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USS John Quincy Adams (Aircraft Carrier)
Yes, another Navy ship. This time, I have built a symbol of modern naval warfare. That is the aircraft carrier. And as with all ships that I have built, it is not based off of any particular ship in general.
About this creation
I didn't take a picture during construction. I will say though, that this was an ambitious project to build at the current moment. Because right now what I have completely built are:
This aircraft carrier, my Heavy Battle Cruiser, The USS Enterprise-D, The Flying Airport, a new Defiant, Space Ship One, and the (skeleton) of my yet again new prototype of my tank.


Alright, so here is a bow view of the ship. Notice the aircrafts.



This is a shot of the near back of the ship. I decided to not make a complicated elevator system. But I did keep the hole where the hanger bay is located. Also, remember that cannon behind the bridge.


So this is a picture from the other side of the ship. That cylinder that you see behind the cannon is a ammunition elevator. It is fortified and isolated from most other facilities. Also, I added that now-very-familiar cannon. I always thought that aircraft carriers deserve to have a deck gun. So I built one.


This is a nice view of the aircraft inventory on the ship. Those triangles are some sort of a future aircraft. There is an F-18 and a E2C Hawkeye parked near the bridge. There is another F-18 in the background and on the forward flight deck.


And now is a picture of both of my ships. I somehow managed to keep my Battlecruiser intact with this build.


A side/angle shot of the ships together.


This top view shows that even though from the side they look similar in size, the Aircraft Carrier is wider and longer that the Battlecruiser.



Comments

 I like it 
  July 22, 2014
Forgot how awesome these are. Thank you!
Achintya Prasad
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Evan Melick
  May 21, 2012
Totally digging this. Awesome job!
 I like it 
  May 21, 2012
Wonderful carrier! Looks really cool! The micro details do justice. My only advice would be to make sure that your pictures are clear and well lighted. -LB Senior
 I like it 
  March 12, 2012
You have quite a few nice details on this. I like the hanger bay and I think a aircraft carrier should have some heavy artillery, they have some expensive cargo.
 I like it 
  March 12, 2012
very nice!
 I made it 
  March 12, 2012
Quoting Locutus 666 Hey dude, your carrier is awesome! I think the carrier seems to be a little to small next to the cruiser or the cruiser is too big. :) Your delta wing planes are inspiring!!! I would remove the turret behind the island. And maybe u make a better title picture. :) But in total, you have a excellent and very nice carrier! 5/5
Thanks! I added the turret just because I though that an aircraft carrier should have some heavy deck guns.
 I like it 
  March 12, 2012
Hey dude, your carrier is awesome! I think the carrier seems to be a little to small next to the cruiser or the cruiser is too big. :) Your delta wing planes are inspiring!!! I would remove the turret behind the island. And maybe u make a better title picture. :) But in total, you have a excellent and very nice carrier! 5/5
 
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