In 2022, the U.S. Navy will celebrate a century of the aircraft carriers and personnel that have formed the most powerful at-sea platform for force projection and diplomacy that the world has ever seen.
When the aircraft carrier USS Langley (CV 1) was commissioned in March 1922, it marked the birth of a new type of seaborne weapon, one that had much to do with making the U.S. Navy a dominant naval power. From Langley and its humble beginnings as a converted collier, to today’s USS Gerald R Ford (CVN-78) representing the most advanced war-fighting platform in the world, the American aircraft carrier has been the mainstay in executing the U.S. Navy’s mission of defending our nation and its interests around the globe.
A dedicated publication will be distributed at the Gala Event, throughout the U.S. Navy, Pentagon, and throughout the 2022 centennial, including, but not limited to the Virginia International Tattoo, and the NAS Oceana Airshow.
The publication will be produced by Faircount Media Group- Exclusive publisher for USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78), USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77), and USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) commissioning events.
This high-quality, keepsake publication will cover a century of U.S. carrier development, deployments and operations; U.S. Navy history; naval aviation; the latest technologies; and, of course, feature the personnel who make everything possible. We will also undertake describing the monumental construction process that goes into manufacturing the world’s most complex product.
It is planned to include interviews and contributions from senior naval officials, industry leaders from the current constructor and contracting firms, and other high-profile persons with strong ties to America's carrier force, yesterday and today.
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