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Everything You Need to Know: How to Kill America's Killer Aircraft Carriers

Robert Farley Security, Asia Yes, it is possible.  Maybe China and Russia don’t need to kill a carrier to drive the species to extinction. All of the factors above—the weapon systems that can kill carriers, and the costs associated with the ships themselves—come together to create caution about how to use the ships. In the event of a conflict, U.S. Navy admirals and the U.
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