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Grazie a San Google ho trovato :

USS Langley

(CV 1)20 Mar 1922 /

27 Feb 1942Conv. to AV 3; Sunk as a result enemy action about 75 miles south of Tjilatjap.USS Lexington

(CV 2)14 Dec 1927 /

8 May 1942Sunk as a result of enemy action at the Battle of the Coral Sea.USS Saratoga

(CV 3)16 Nov 1927 /

26 Jul 1946Used as a test target and sunk at Bikini Atoll.USS Ranger

(CV 4)4 Jun 1934 /

18 Oct 1946Sold for scrap 31 Jan 1947 to Sun Shipbuilding & Drydock Co.USS Yorktown

(CV 5)30 Sep 1937 /

7 Jun 1942Sunk due to enemy action at the Battle of Midway.USS Enterprise

(CV 6)12 May 1938 /

17 Feb 1947Sold, 1 Jul 1958.USS Wasp

(CV 7)25 Apr 1940 /

15 Sep 1942Sunk due to enemy action southeast of San Cristobal Island.USS Hornet

(CV 8)20 Oct 1941 /

26 Oct 1942Sunk due to enemy action at the Battle of the Santa Cruz Islands.USS Essex

(CV 9)31 Dec 1942 /

20 Jun 1969Stricken 1 Jun 1973. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Jun 1975.USS Yorktown

(CV 10)15 Apr 1943 /

27 Jun 1970Stricken 1 Jun 1973. Established as a floating museum in Charleston, S.C., 13 Oct. 1975.USS Intrepid

(CV 11)16 Aug 1943 /

15 Mar 1974Established as a floating museum in New York City in 1982.USS Hornet

(CV 12)20 Nov 1943 /

26 May 1970Stricken from the Navy List 1989. Donated to The Aircraft Carrier Hornet Foundation for use as a museum on 26 May 1998.USS Franklin

(CV 13)31 Jan 1944 /

17 Feb 1947Reclassified AVT 8 on 15 May 1959. Stricken from the Navy List 10 Oct 1964.USS Ticonderoga

(CV 14)8 May 1944 /

1 Sep 1973Stricken from the Navy List 16 Nov 1973. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Sept 1975.USS Randolph

(CV 15)9 Oct 1944 /

13 Feb 1969Stricken from the Navy List 1 Jun 1973. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Apr 1975.USS Lexington

(CV 16)17 Feb 1942 /

8 Nov 1991Stricken from the Navy List 30 Nov 1991. Now a museum in Corpus Christi, Tex.USS Bunker Hill

(CV 17)25 May 1943 /

9 Jul 1947Stricken from the Navy List 1 Nov 1966; retained as moored electronic test ship in San Diego until Nov. 1972. Scrapped 1973.USS Wasp

(CV 18)24 Nov 1943 /

1 Jul 1972Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 21 May 1973.USS Hancock

(CV 19)15 Apr 1944 /

30 Jan 1976Stricken from the Navy List 31 Jan 1976; Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Sept 1976.USS Bennington

(CV 20)6 Aug 1944 /

15 Jan 1970Stricken from the Navy List 1989. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Dec 1994.USS Boxer

(CV 21)16 Apr 1945 /

1 Dec 1969Stricken from the Navy List 1 Dec 1969; Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 13 Mar 1971.USS Independence

(CVL 22)14 Jan 1943 /

28 Aug 1946Sunk as target 29 Jun 1951.USS Princeton

(CVL 23)25 Feb 1943 /

24 Oct 1944Sunk due to enemy action in the Sibuyan Sea.USS Belleau Wood

(CVL 24)31 Mar 1943 /

13 Jan 1947Transferred to France 1953-1960. Returned. Stricken 1 Oct 1960 and sold for scrapping.USS Cowpens

(CVL 25)28 May 1943 /

13 Jan 1947Stricken from the Navy List 1 Nov 1959 and sold for scrapping.USS Monterey

(CVL 26)17 Jun 1943 /

16 Jan 1956Stricken from the Navy List 1 Jun 1970. Sold for scrapping in May 1971.USS Langley

(CVL 27)31 Aug 1943 /

11 Feb 1947Transferred to France 1951-1963; Sold 19 Feb 1964.USS Cabot

(CVL 28)24 Jul 1943 /

21 Jan 1955Transferred to Spain 30 Aug 1967; returned to private U.S. organization 1989. Auctioned by US Marshals Service to Sabe Marine Salvage, 10 Sep 1999.USS Bataan

(CVL 29)17 Nov 1943 /

9 Apr 1954Stricken from the Navy List 1 Sep 1959. Sold for scrapping May 1961.USS San Jacinto

(CVL 30)15 Dec 1943 /

1 Mar 1947Stricken from the Navy List 1 Jun 1970. Sold for scrapping on 15 Dec 1971 to National Metal and Steel Co., Terminal Island, Calif. USS Bon Homme

(CV 31)26 Nov 1944 /

2 Jul 1971Stricken from the Navy List 1989. Scrapped 4 Feb 1992.USS Leyte

(CV 32)11 Apr 1946 /

15 May 1959Stricken from the Navy List 1 Jun 1969.USS Kearsarge

(CV 33)2 May 1946 /

15 Jan 1970Stricken from the Navy List 1 May 1973. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Mar 1974.USS Oriskany

(CVA 34)25 Sep 1950 /

20 Sep 1979Stricken from Navy List 1989. Sold 9 Sep 1995, but contractor defaulted. Repossessed by the Navy and contract terminated 30 Jul 1997. Sunk off coast of Florida 17 May 2006 for use as articifical reef.Reprisal(CV 35)-- /

--Never completed nor commissioned. Hull, 53% complete, was sold to Boston Metals Co, Baltimore, Md. and scrapped November 1949.USS Antietam

(CV 36)28 Jan 1945 /

8 May 1963Stricken from the Navy List 1 May 1973. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Dec 1973.USS Princeton

(CV 37)18 Nov 1945 /

30 Jan 1970Stricken from the Navy List 30 Jan 1970.USS Shangri-La

(CV 38)15 Sep 1944 /

30 Jul 1971Stricken from the Navy List 15 Jul 1982; disposed of by MARAD exchange 9 Aug 1988.USS Lake Champlain

(CV 39)3 Jun 1945 /

2 May 1966Stricken from the Navy List 1 Dec 1969. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 28 Apr 1972.USS Tarawa

(CV 40)8 Dec 1945 /

13 May 1960Stricken from the Navy List 1 Jun 1967.USS Midway

(CVB 41)10 Sep 1945 /

11 Apr 1992Stricken 17 Mar 1997; Towed to San Diego 5 January 2004 to be used as a museum and memorial.USS Franklin D. Roosevelt

(CVB 42)27 Oct 1945 /

1 Oct 1977Stricken from the Navy List 30 Sept 1977; Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Apr 1978.USS Coral Sea

(CVB 43)1 Oct 1947 /

26 Apr 1990Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 7 May 1993.USS Valley Forge

(CV 45)3 Nov 1946 /

15 Jan 1970Stricken from the Navy List 15 Jan 1970; sold for scrap 29 Oct 1971 to Nicolai Joffre Corp., Beverly Hills, Calif.USS Philippine Sea

(CV 47)11 May 1946 /

28 Dec 1958Stricken from the Navy List 1 Dec 1969.USS Saipan

(CVL 48)14 Jul 1946 /

14 Jan 1970Name changed to Arlington 8 Apr 1965 and served as an communications relay ship until decomm. Disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 6 Jun 1976.USS Wright

(CVL 49)9 Feb 1947 /

15 Mar 1956Converted to and commissioned 11 May 1963 as a command ship. Decommissioned 27 May 1970 and disposed of, sold by Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) for scrapping 1 Aug 1980.USS Forrestal

(CVA 59)1 Oct 1955 /

30 Sep 1993Stricken from the Navy List 11 Sep 1993; At the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I., 14 Sept. 1998 on hold as museum donation.USS Saratoga

(CVA 60)14 Apr 1956 /

20 Aug 1994Stricken from the Navy List 30 Sep 1994; berthed at the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I., 7 Aug. 1998.USS Ranger

(CVA 61)10 Aug 1957 /

10 Jul 1993In inactive reserve in the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Bremerton, Wash.USS Independence

(CV 62)10 Jan 1959 /

30 Sep 1998In inactive reserve in the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Bremerton, Wash.USS Kitty Hawk(CV 63)April 29, 1961 /

----USS Kitty Hawk(CV 63)April 29, 1961 /

----USS Kitty Hawk(CV 63)29 Apr 1961 /

12 May 2009--USS Constellation

(CV 64)27 Oct 1961 /

7 Aug 2003Towed 12 September 2003, to be placed in inactive reserve in the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Bremerton, Wash.USS Enterprise

(CVN 65)25 Nov 1961 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS America

(CV 66)23 Jan 1965 /

9 Aug 1996Stricken from Navy List; In the Naval Inactive Ship Maintenance Facility (NISMF), Philadelphia, Penn. planned for scrapping, instead sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the Virginia coast on 14 May 2005, following a series of tests consisting of simulated attacks on the ship.USS John F. Kennedy(CV 67)7 Sep 1968 /

23 Mar 2007 --USS Nimitz

(CVN 68)3 May 1975 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Dwight D. Eisenhower

(CVN 69)18 Oct 1977 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Carl Vinson

(CVN 70)13 Mar 1982 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Theodore Roosevelt

(CVN 71)25 Oct 1986 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Abraham Lincoln

(CVN 72)11 Nov 1989 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS George Washington

(CVN 73)4 July 1992 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS John C. Stennis

(CVN 74)9 Dec 1995 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Harry S. Truman

(CVN 75)25 July 1998 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS Ronald Reagan

(CVN 76)12 July 2003 /

--Active -- see Fact FileUSS George H.W. Bush

(CVN 77)-- /

--Active -- see Fact File

altre info le trovi sul sito della marina USA www.navy.mil

spero di esserti stato di aiuto Fede Ciao By Luca Drinkwater!

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Luca, quello probabilmente è la lista delle portaerei in totale, se guardi bene c'è la mitica USS Enterprise del '36 e quella nuova, del 60'.

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Caspio luca sei un genio! spulci alla velocità di mille km\h ahah! pazzesco grazie mille!

Se non mi sbaglio la cvn 77 sarà quella del ex presidente giorgino W bush! Oddio quell uomo era così bravo peccato che se ne sia andato ha condotto tante guerre è stato veramente bravo! Ora abbiamo obama non è che mi sembri tanto bravo...ma le apparenze ingannano, luca giusto? peccato pure che ora ci trapiantano 'sti f-35....:( mi dispaice abbandonare tutti quei mitici aerei che hanno fatto la storia dall f-14 al f-18....ma dai come si possono rimpiazzare cosi?

Che ne pensate ragazzi?

ah che sapete della futura portaerei Barakka Obama??? potrà volare? quasi quasi...

grazie agente luke!

Fred :ok:

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Caspio luca sei un genio! spulci alla velocità di mille km\h ahah! pazzesco grazie mille!

Se non mi sbaglio la cvn 77 sarà quella del ex presidente giorgino W bush! Oddio quell uomo era così bravo peccato che se ne sia andato ha condotto tante guerre è stato veramente bravo! Ora abbiamo obama non è che mi sembri tanto bravo...ma le apparenze ingannano, luca giusto? peccato pure che ora ci trapiantano 'sti f-35....:( mi dispaice abbandonare tutti quei mitici aerei che hanno fatto la storia dall f-14 al f-18....ma dai come si possono rimpiazzare cosi?

Che ne pensate ragazzi?

ah che sapete della futura portaerei Barakka Obama??? potrà volare? quasi quasi...

grazie agente luke!

Fred :ok:

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Non è Giorgino ma Giorgione father................il successore di Reagan e "condottiero" della coalizione vincitrice della "Prima Guerra del Golfo"

 

Mau.

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Non è Giorgino ma Giorgione father................il successore di Reagan e "condottiero" della coalizione vincitrice della "Prima Guerra del Golfo"

 

Mau.

 

Sempre meglio del figlio degenero. Dovessero fare la protaerei col nome del piccolo Giorgino spero che non gli si rompa mai la bottiglia di champagne.

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a proposito di portaerei chi è che conosce l'incidente della forestal? perche vorrei saperne di piu io so solo che per causa di un missile si incendio e venne distrutta qualcuno puo illuminarmi sull'argomento?

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a proposito di portaerei chi è che conosce l'incidente della forestal? perche vorrei saperne di piu io so solo che per causa di un missile si incendio e venne distrutta qualcuno puo illuminarmi sull'argomento?

 

Cazzz.........ma una Googleatina prima noo?!?!?! In fondo è la IVa voce digitando Uss Forrestal

 

http://www.forrestal.org/fidfacts/page13.htm

 

Mau.

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O.o ma quel mackane era al'avversario di obama nelle elzione?

la potenza devastante delle bombe che hanno perforato il ponte fino ad arrivare sottocoperta oddio!...

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O.o ma quel mackane era al'avversario di obama nelle elzione?

la potenza devastante delle bombe che hanno perforato il ponte fino ad arrivare sottocoperta oddio!...

ma perché mioskino mackane non è mica una cane! quello è veterano dell nAm'69

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