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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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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]