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The second Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN-79) sits in Dry Dock 12, Newport News Shipbuilding. Kennedy is approximately 75 percent structurally erected and more than 40 percent complete in this photo. April 2018. Huntington Ingalls photo. [1000 x 667]

The second Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier John F. Kennedy (CVN-79) sits in Dry Dock 12, Newport News Shipbuilding. Kennedy is approximately 75 percent structurally erected and more than 40 percent complete in this photo. April 2018. Huntington Ingalls photo. [1000 x 667]

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Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport for WWI, sunk by German U-boat July 17, 1918. [1899×2230]

Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport for WWI, sunk by German U-boat July 17, 1918. [1899×2230]

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“Tree-climbing goats feed on an Argania Spinosa, known as an Argan tree, in Essaouira, southwestern Morocco, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. By eating the fruit and spitting out the seeds, the goats help in the process of manufacturing Argan oil.” Photo credit: Mosa’ab Elshamy / AP Photo [2000 x 1391][OS]

“Tree-climbing goats feed on an Argania Spinosa, known as an Argan tree, in Essaouira, southwestern Morocco, Wednesday, April 4, 2018. By eating the fruit and spitting out the seeds, the goats help in the process of manufacturing Argan oil.” Photo credit: Mosa’ab Elshamy / AP Photo [2000 x 1391][OS]

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United States (CVA-58). Workmen lay the ship’s 15-ton keel plate and initial shell plate, in a construction dry dock at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company shipyard, Newport News, Virginia, 18 April 1949. The carrier was cancelled a few days later, on 23 April. [1280 x 1023]

United States (CVA-58). Workmen lay the ship’s 15-ton keel plate and initial shell plate, in a construction dry dock at the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company shipyard, Newport News, Virginia, 18 April 1949. The carrier was cancelled a few days later, on 23 April. [1280 x 1023]

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Deepwater Horizon was an ultra-deepwater offshore oil drilling rig owned by Transocean. An explosion on the rig caused by a blowout killed 11 crewmen, the resulting fire could not be extinguished and it sank on 22 April 2010, causing the largest oil spill in U.S. waters [1600×1200]

Deepwater Horizon was an ultra-deepwater offshore oil drilling rig owned by Transocean. An explosion on the rig caused by a blowout killed 11 crewmen, the resulting fire could not be extinguished and it sank on 22 April 2010, causing the largest oil spill in U.S. waters [1600×1200]