It'll be cool to see what CVX-78 finally looks like when Big E gets put to pasture. My uncle is retired Westinghouse and still keeps up with most of his old buddies that are spread around the defense industry. He says they're are some pretty wild things in store for the next generation carriers. Big power plants will support weapons systems with extreme electricital demands (any guesses where we're going with that?) and above water profiles will be drastically different.Teetorbilt said:CVN-65, 1969-71
Welcome home vet. Best of luck.Tapers-R-US said:Greetings Everyone- I am a military veteran that just came home and I have decided to start my own Taping business and would like any insight from anyone on this forum. :Thumbs:
Welcome home.Tapers-R-US said:Greetings Everyone- I am a military veteran that just came home and I have decided to start my own Taping business and would like any insight from anyone on this forum. :Thumbs:
Thank you, Mike. It's funny how often that those people I meet and end up admiring and respecting end up being fellow vets. Something about that whole "Duty, Honor, Country," thing builds character I guess. I know it did mine. I was delighted when I came across the Contractor Talk forums, and I am doubly delighted to find (not surprisingly) that so many of the good folks here are also vets. I am in good company.mikesewell said:Thanks,
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