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Rekam Lensa Langsung dari Deck USS George HW Bush

Kapal induk George H.W. Bush milik AS

Ketika situasi keamanan di Irak terus memburuk Pentagon kemudian menggerakkan memindahkan kapal induk USS George HW Bush ke Teluk Persia, memasukkannya ke dalam posisi siaga untuk sewaktu-waktu melakukan tindakan. Dan ketika Presiden Barrack Obama menurunkan izin, maka dari kapal induk inilah serangan dilancarkan. Nah, mari lihat lebih dekat apa saja yang terjadi di deck salah satu kapal induk terbesar Amerika tersebut.

The George H.W. Bush was recently stationed in the North Arabian Sea, and her movement into the Persian Gulf signals the seriousness of the situation on the ground in Iraq. Pictured, an F/A-18 Super Hornet lands on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Joshua Card)
The George H.W. Bush was recently stationed in the North Arabian Sea, and her movement into the Persian Gulf signals the seriousness of the situation on the ground in Iraq. Pictured, an F/A-18 Super Hornet lands on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Joshua Card)
The George H.W. Bush is being joined by the guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun (pictured) and the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea. Both ships bring a potent Tomahawk cruise missile strike capability. Pictured, George H.W. Bush with Truxtun (left) and Philippine Sea during a previous deployment.
The George H.W. Bush is being joined by the guided-missile destroyer USS Truxtun (pictured) and the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea. Both ships bring a potent Tomahawk cruise missile strike capability. Pictured, George H.W. Bush with Truxtun (left) and Philippine Sea during a previous deployment.
The amphibious dock ship USS Mesa Verde has recently arrived in the region as well, adding a rapidly deployable Marine Corps contingent to the task force.
The amphibious dock ship USS Mesa Verde has recently arrived in the region as well, adding a rapidly deployable Marine Corps contingent to the task force.
THE “AVENGER”: Commissioned in 2009 and first deployed in 2011, the George H.W. Bush is the last of the Nimitz-class super carriers. As the flagship of the Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 2, she commands a flotilla of other surface ships in addition to her air arsenal.
THE “AVENGER”: Commissioned in 2009 and first deployed in 2011, the George H.W. Bush is the last of the Nimitz-class super carriers. As the flagship of the Navy’s Carrier Strike Group 2, she commands a flotilla of other surface ships in addition to her air arsenal.
The ship takes her name from the 41st president, who served as a naval aviator during WWII, where he was shot down during a mission in the Pacific theater. Pictured, Bush visits his namesake ship during training exercises.
The ship takes her name from the 41st president, who served as a naval aviator during WWII, where he was shot down during a mission in the Pacific theater. Pictured, Bush visits his namesake ship during training exercises.
Powered by two nuclear reactors, George H.W. Bush’s top speed exceeds 30 knots. A typical crew complement consists of around 6,000 officers, sailors and Marines.
Powered by two nuclear reactors, George H.W. Bush’s top speed exceeds 30 knots. A typical crew complement consists of around 6,000 officers, sailors and Marines.
Everything about the Bush is super-sized, including the things you can’t see. Beneath the waves, the Bush is propelled by four 21-foot wide propellers, each weighing 30 tons, and two rudders each weighing 50 tons.
Everything about the Bush is super-sized, including the things you can’t see. Beneath the waves, the Bush is propelled by four 21-foot wide propellers, each weighing 30 tons, and two rudders each weighing 50 tons.
George H.W. Bush’s main offensive punch come from the four strike fighter squadrons of Carrier Air Wing Eight, accounting for 40 to 50 combat aircraft on board. Pictured, two F/A-18 Hornets with Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) above George H.W. Bush.
George H.W. Bush’s main offensive punch come from the four strike fighter squadrons of Carrier Air Wing Eight, accounting for 40 to 50 combat aircraft on board. Pictured, two F/A-18 Hornets with Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) above George H.W. Bush.
Strike fighter squadrons VFA-15 (the “Valions”) and VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) fly the F/A-18C/A Hornet. Pictured, an F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 launches from the flight deck. (Photo: Seaman Kevin J. Steinberg)
Strike fighter squadrons VFA-15 (the “Valions”) and VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) fly the F/A-18C/A Hornet. Pictured, an F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 launches from the flight deck. (Photo: Seaman Kevin J. Steinberg)
Strike fighter squadrons VFA-31 (the “Tomcatters”) and VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) fly the larger F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. Pictured, an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 leaps into the air. (Photo: Petty Officer Second Class Gregory N. Juday)
Strike fighter squadrons VFA-31 (the “Tomcatters”) and VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) fly the larger F/A-18E/F Super Hornet. Pictured, an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 leaps into the air. (Photo: Petty Officer Second Class Gregory N. Juday)
George H.W. Bush also carries four EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare planes and E-2C Hawkeye early-warning and combat-control aircraft, along with other support and transport squadrons. Pictured, sailors prep an EA-6B Prowler aircraft with Electronic Attack Squadron VAQ-129 for launch. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
George H.W. Bush also carries four EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare planes and E-2C Hawkeye early-warning and combat-control aircraft, along with other support and transport squadrons. Pictured, sailors prep an EA-6B Prowler aircraft with Electronic Attack Squadron VAQ-129 for launch. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
An E-2C Hawkeye with Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 lands aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Seaman Kevin J. Steinberg)
An E-2C Hawkeye with Carrier Airborne Early Warning Squadron 120 lands aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Seaman Kevin J. Steinberg)
An X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator completed an autonomous arrested landing on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush in July, 2013, marking a major milestone in the development of the new jet-powered Navy drone. (Photo: Alan Radecki for Northrop Grumman)
An X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator completed an autonomous arrested landing on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush in July, 2013, marking a major milestone in the development of the new jet-powered Navy drone. (Photo: Alan Radecki for Northrop Grumman)
FLIGHT OPERATIONS: Officers and crew on the bridge of USS George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
FLIGHT OPERATIONS: Officers and crew on the bridge of USS George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
An F/A-18E Super Hornet with VFA-31 lands aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens).
An F/A-18E Super Hornet with VFA-31 lands aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens).
An F/18-A Hornet with VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) lands on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Robert Burck)
An F/18-A Hornet with VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) lands on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Robert Burck)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) approaches for a landing on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) approaches for a landing on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Timothy Walter)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 lands on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 lands on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Captain Daniel Dwyer, deputy commander of Carrier Air Wing 8, makes his 1,000th carrier landing as he lands aboard George H.W. Bush in an F/A-18A+ Hornet with VFA-87 in 2011. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Billy Ho)
Captain Daniel Dwyer, deputy commander of Carrier Air Wing 8, makes his 1,000th carrier landing as he lands aboard George H.W. Bush in an F/A-18A+ Hornet with VFA-87 in 2011. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Billy Ho)
Lieutenant Commander Timothy Myers with VFA-31 gives a thumbs-up after landing his F/A-18E Super Hornet aboard George H.W. Bush in 2010. (Photo: Daniel Moore)
Lieutenant Commander Timothy Myers with VFA-31 gives a thumbs-up after landing his F/A-18E Super Hornet aboard George H.W. Bush in 2010. (Photo: Daniel Moore)
ON THE FLIGHT DECK: A shooter signals an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 to launch on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Daniel Moore)
ON THE FLIGHT DECK: A shooter signals an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 to launch on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Daniel Moore)
An air department sailor directs an F/A-18C Hornet assigned to VFA-15 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Brent Thacker)
An air department sailor directs an F/A-18C Hornet assigned to VFA-15 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Brent Thacker)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) launches from the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
An F/A-18F Super Hornet with Strike Fighter Squadron VFA-213 (the “Black Lions”) launches from the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
A sailor assigned to the air department of George H.W. Bush guides an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 to a catapult. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Nicholas Hall)
A sailor assigned to the air department of George H.W. Bush guides an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 to a catapult. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Nicholas Hall)
Sailors prepare to launch an F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 aboard George H.W. Bush. The painting on this Hornet identifies it as a “CAG bird” flown by the air group’s commanding officer. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Kasey Krall)
Sailors prepare to launch an F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 aboard George H.W. Bush. The painting on this Hornet identifies it as a “CAG bird” flown by the air group’s commanding officer. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Kasey Krall)
Sailors assigned to VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) attach ordnance to an F/A-18A Hornet on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Joshua Card)
Sailors assigned to VFA-87 (the “Golden Warriors”) attach ordnance to an F/A-18A Hornet on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Joshua Card)
Sailors with VFA-31 (the “Tomcatters”) load ordnance onto an F/A-18E Super Hornet aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
Sailors with VFA-31 (the “Tomcatters”) load ordnance onto an F/A-18E Super Hornet aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
Aviation Ordnanceman Airman August Moss inspects training ordnance aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Gregory Wilhelmi)
Aviation Ordnanceman Airman August Moss inspects training ordnance aboard George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Gregory Wilhelmi)
Sailors move an aircraft fuel tank on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
Sailors move an aircraft fuel tank on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens)
Sailors direct an EA-6B Prowler with VAQ-134 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Lieutenant Juan Guerra)
Sailors direct an EA-6B Prowler with VAQ-134 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Lieutenant Juan Guerra)
Aviation Boatswain's Mate (Handling) Second Class Steven Lily directs an MH-53E Sea Dragon on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Aviation Boatswain’s Mate (Handling) Second Class Steven Lily directs an MH-53E Sea Dragon on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Sailors board an MV-22 Osprey from the Marine Tiltrotor Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron VMX-22 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Sailors board an MV-22 Osprey from the Marine Tiltrotor Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron VMX-22 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Sailors transit the flight deck on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
Sailors transit the flight deck on George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Third Class Kevin J. Steinberg)
An F/A-18 Super Hornet comes to a stop on the arresting wire on the fligh deck of George H.W. Bush. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens/Released)
An F/A-18 Super Hornet comes to a stop on the arresting wire on the fligh deck of George H.W. Bush. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens/Released)
Sailors conduct flight operations aboard George H.W. Bush. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens/Released)
Sailors conduct flight operations aboard George H.W. Bush. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Brian Stephens/Released)
Flight deck personnel direct an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Nicholas Hall)
Flight deck personnel direct an F/A-18F Super Hornet with VFA-213 on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. Bush. (Photo: Petty Officer Third Class Nicholas Hall)
An F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 takes off from the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Lieutenant Juan Guerra)
An F/A-18C Hornet with VFA-15 takes off from the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Lieutenant Juan Guerra)
An F/A-18 Super Hornet with VFA-213 stands ready on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Joshua K. Horton)
An F/A-18 Super Hornet with VFA-213 stands ready on the flight deck of George H.W. Bush. (Photo: Mass Communication Specialist Second Class Joshua K. Horton)

 

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