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Britain's New Aircraft Carrier Reportedly Runs on Windows XP

Jared Keller, Task and Purpose Security, Europe The force that once ruled the waves is facing technological setbacks. At the height of the British empire in the 19th century, the Royal Navy was renowned for its military might, a global force that imbued its sailors with a special form of geopolitical pride. A British tar was “a soaring soul, as free as a mountain bird,” according to Victorian rap duo Gilbert and Sullivan.
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