US left without active aircraft carriers on the east coast

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USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) has encountered serious problems with a malfunctioning power distribution system on board the ship. This casts doubt on the expected deployment of an aircraft carrier this fall.





As explained in the Navy, a breakdown requires an analysis of the problem and subsequent repair work. As a result, the American fleet was left without active AUGs on the east coast of the United States. Now only USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) operates here. However, this AUG is recovering after a difficult 18-month maintenance period for its main pennant. According to USNI News, it is likely that it will not be able to turn around by the planned date, that is, at least by the beginning of the 2020 year.

Truman's problems underscore fragility fleet aircraft carriers east coast. With six aircraft carriers based in Norfolk, only Truman and Eisenhower could be deployed [...] It does not seem that the situation will improve in 2020 either.

- notes the publication.

USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) began preparing for a major overhaul, due to begin in late 2021. Now it is used only for developing piloting skills. USS George Washington (CVN-73) underwent a major overhaul of approximately half (completed as planned at the end of 2021). The latest USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) still solves nuclear power plant problems and weapons elevators. USS George HW Bush (CVN-77) “stuck” on maintenance that began at the end of February: instead of 10,5 months, it will take at least 28 “due to the backlog of the shipyard.”

It is unclear what will happen next.

- concludes USNI News.


USS Harry S Truman plays cat and mouse with the Russian fleet (translation of the original name)
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    1. +22
      1 September 2019
      The entire "non-free" world breathed a sigh of relief!
      1. -9
        1 September 2019
        That is, the sunken dock can not be raised and "Kuzyu" can not be repaired.
        Voronezh was relieved.
        1. +7
          1 September 2019
          And they told me in a previous article that I was a dunce because the American aircraft carrier was not sunk at all, and that our rockets and torpedoes were like an elephant to him. And I said damage to the aircraft carrier for a long time and you have to remant
          1. +9
            1 September 2019
            Quote: insafufa
            And I was told in a previous article that I was a dunce because the American aircraft carrier is not drowned at all

            And a month ago they threw me cons, because I reported on the possibilities of the United States to put on the battle no more than two AUGs, because the rest undergo scheduled maintenance and repairs.
            1. +6
              1 September 2019
              Because of the penny Zuni missile, some American aircraft carrier near Vietnam burned for three days, and was repaired for another two years, and a bunch of corpses on board.
              1. +3
                1 September 2019
                Quote: TermNachTER
                Because of the penny Zuni missile, some American aircraft carrier near Vietnam burned for three days, and was repaired for another two years, and a bunch of corpses on board

                if you cut the sturgeon) Not three days, but 18 hours, and after a year's repair it went back into operation.

                The rocket was only the initiator of the fire, a lot of ammunition, both hung under the aircraft and stored, exploded on the deck of the Forrestal.
                Sloppy l / s and non-compliance with safety standards sometimes lead to greater losses than targeted actions of the enemy.

                Now the Americans are relaxed. Nobody really threatens them. During the Cold War, at least half of the aircraft carriers were on combat duty, while the rest underwent repairs and maintenance after the campaign.
                1. +1
                  2 September 2019
                  Well, it is possible that I was somewhat mistaken in the details, although this is not so important, but the general meaning is clear. When some here talk about the fact that everything was lost - there are as many as ten mattress mats, and we have almost one, with this example I hint that "zuni" is not a "mosquito" or something newer. I think that if a "mosquito" hit, the situation would be much more sad, even lethal.
                  1. -2
                    2 September 2019
                    Why get in, daragoy)))
                    He himself will quickly fall to the bottom, with all 200 tons of shaking democracy from the ov)))
                    With everyone on board who do not even have time to meow)))
                    But what a bul will be!
                    This is just an idea!
                    This is just an overeating (to crabs, lobsters, lobsters)))
                    5000 delicacies in a saucepan!
                    And each in a souvenir wrapper with stripes))).
                    FACT
                  2. 0
                    3 September 2019
                    Quote: TermNachTER
                    Well, it’s possible that the details were somewhat wrong, although this is not so important

                    important. Devil is in the details

                    Quote: TermNachTER
                    "zuni" is not a "mosquito"

                    only you "purposely" "forget" that two planes exploded on the deck (to the eyeballs filled with aviation fuel and equipped with PTB), as well as more than 10 bombs. Not sure Mosquito would do the same damage.
                    1. 0
                      4 September 2019
                      Where did you get the confidence that when the "mosquito" arrives on the deck and in the hangar there will be no planes prepared for departure? The fuel from the fuel lines will be drained and filled with inert gas, and all the ammunition will be lowered into the cellars. According to the law of meanness, the opposite happens and at the most inopportune moment
      2. Cry
        +1
        1 September 2019
        How many "canned meat" in one can: truly American stew is the best in the world!
        1. 0
          2 September 2019
          Spam stew american
    2. +7
      1 September 2019
      So he last year walked around the Arctic and near Norway. Frozen ...
      1. +2
        1 September 2019
        Quote: Victoria-In
        Frozen ...

      2. 0
        1 September 2019
        Quote: Victoria-In
        So he last year walked around the Arctic and near Norway. Froze

        Have a cold? Wow! And the rest? And that, out of 12 AUG, the "hegemon" has half left! Is that all in the Other Hemisphere? Wow, how expensive it is to maintain such fragile and huge floating airfields. Nobody in the world can afford it ... Only a country with a "printing press" at the ready. wassat
    3. +9
      1 September 2019
      the American fleet was left without active AUGs on the east coast of the USA
      It remains only to wish that the same happens to the AUG on the west coast. Then maybe the world will breathe a sigh of relief at least for a while and American "democracy" will not knock on the doors of sovereign countries.
    4. +8
      1 September 2019
      A long-known problem: the US DOES NOT have 11 aircraft carriers !!! The fact is that there are about 3 of them at any given time, the rest are not operational. Which casts doubt on the feasibility of their existence. They eat the budget like a vacuum cleaner, but there’s no sense - they can’t even fight against wild barmalei, because it’s always on maintenance. And what will happen, when the Caliber will fly towards them Caliber with the Vanguards from a comparable enemy? And the Gauges with the Vanguards sucked out of the budget in every way less than the 14billion, not counting the service, which in principle could not be put into service by the fellow Ford?
    5. +6
      1 September 2019
      And what do states lose from this? Unless finance for repairs, that’s the whole problem. Without jerking at Russia and China, they are not threatened by anything. We’ll have to moderate a little, the narcotic need, to annoy the next state.
    6. +2
      1 September 2019
      It is a relaxing time of peace. When they go to martial law, repairs are forced. It would be something to repair.
      1. -11
        1 September 2019
        This is so, there is no threat.
        Russia is stuck in Syria and in Ukraine.
        Well, sanctions do their job.
        It was similar in our country in the mid-90s, when the Americans covered several bases at the Pacific Fleet, and Kamchatka had just three grazing Virginia, as in the 80s, grazed one.
        1. +9
          1 September 2019
          Quote: Navigator111
          Russia is stuck in Syria and in Ukraine.

          Write correctly in Ukraine.
      2. +4
        1 September 2019
        Nonsense. In wartime, the repair period will only increase
        1. 0
          1 September 2019
          feel
          Quote: basmach
          Nonsense. In wartime, the repair period will only increase
          voyaka uh (Alexey) This is a peaceful time relaxation. When they go to martial law, repairs are forced. It would be something to repair
          “Do not quarrel, girls.” And so it happens and edok. feel If the repair is simply a replacement of the units, then there will be acceleration, and if the manufacture of the units by the suppliers, it will increase, especially considering that there is no rear.
        2. +1
          1 September 2019
          During World War 2, Americans managed in less than three
          years to repair 3 battleships of 4,
          scuttled and flooded at Pearl Harbor.
          They took part in 1944 in the marine
          battles near the coast of Japan, where several were sunk / damaged
          Japanese warships.
          1. 0
            2 September 2019
            and who will repair it now? lawyers or Mexican fast food?
            at the shipyards of the American Niacin affair. it is the Americans themselves who write. you can read in NI wink staff qualifications have fallen dramatically. nobody wants to stand at the machine or work with a welding machine; everyone wants to be lawyers or lawyers. bully
            1. +1
              2 September 2019
              Now manufacturing-assembly-welding are different. Modules. The damaged module will simply be cut out of the ship and a new one will be inserted, designed in 3-D and assembled by robots. With all connectors, cables, pipes. Therefore, aircraft carriers are laid by two (and the Chinese are making their destroyers as many as four). One shipyard assembles "bows", one "middle part", one "stern". At the fourth shipyard, everyone is put together. Like Lego.
              ----
              And an engineer in the United States (as in Israel) is a prestigious high-paying profession.


              1. -1
                2 September 2019
                Quote: voyaka uh
                Designed by 3D and assembled by robots.

                in a factory with 6500 jobs laughing ((c) I. Musk)
                if everything is so easy then why can't the aircraft carrier be put into operation for several years and are postponing the deadlines? Why did a bunch of destroyers accumulate at the shipyards that everyone can’t fix? what is wrong with your beautiful idea? not enough lego modules? nothing to insert? robots can not cope? what
                what you described does not work .. does not work at all. negative
                1. 0
                  2 September 2019
                  Because the aircraft carrier is not the same as before. Everything in it is on electricity. All systems are new, used the first time.
                  Musk employs only 7000 people in the development and production of rockets. And they are world leaders in launching communications satellites.
                  What I described works. But not perfect. Robots, as it turned out, do not work well with soft materials, such as car upholstery. And you have to add a person. But, for example, turners and milling machines for the automotive industry are definitely not needed. Welders in the general assembly of ships are not yet replaced by robots.
                  1. 0
                    2 September 2019
                    in in. there are also Chinese robots, and there is an economic war with China, in fact sanctions will be introduced, and the Mexicans will have to "cope" with milling laughing
                    I repeat once again that what you described is a wonderful plan, but we live (and the US too) in a terrible reality where the plans do not work. what you described in shipbuilding does not work at all. the states now have problems even with large-assembly. no workers of the right qualifications. I didn’t come up with this, the Americans themselves write it.
                    1. 0
                      2 September 2019
                      The American press pays attention to problems, and this is good. Just look at the statistics of how many nuclear submarines, destroyers, UDCs of other large ships are produced by American shipyards per year. Without 3-D design and printing, modular assembly, robotization, this would be impossible. Given that the number of employees in these shipyards has decreased significantly.
                      You live in the illusion that everything is about to collapse in the States. Difficulties arise every decade new, but they are very flexibly overcome.
                      1. -1
                        2 September 2019
                        Quote: voyaka uh
                        Without 3-D design and printing, modular assembly, robotization, this would be impossible.

                        Regarding 3D design, this is in any country that is engaged in shipbuilding or any other form of heavy engineering. the same thing in Russia and in China and even you wink I bet that the Merkavs do not draw on a culman Yes
                        What do you mean by printing? if the finished modules of the ship, then if only small yachts and surfboards. definitely not destroyers.
                        Quote: voyaka uh
                        Given that the number of employees in these shipyards has decreased significantly.

                        Yeah. and as a result, destroyers under repair and the USA out of 11 AUG can only put out to sea 2-3.
                        Quote: voyaka uh
                        Difficulties arise every decade new, but they are very flexibly overcome.
                        well, their goat in the crack with their "flexible overcoming"! last time they flexibly went to the Second World War ... I hope this time they will not be able to arrange a war and they will bend laughing
                        Quote: voyaka uh
                        You live in the illusion that everything is about to collapse in the States.

                        Well, why are there "illusions"? bully The USSR collapsed at the end of the last century, why don't the states fall apart? all prerequisites are wink
        3. 0
          2 September 2019
          "Nonsense. In wartime, repairs will only increase."
          In the active phase, there will simply be nothing to repair very soon!
      3. -1
        3 September 2019
        This is if allowed to calmly repair. But they will begin to check for strength and the possibility of saturating their air defense, repairs can be very delayed
    7. +1
      1 September 2019
      August 23
      Aircraft Carriers Underway:

      USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) - 5th Fleet

      USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) - Atlantic

      USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) - Pacific
    8. +1
      1 September 2019
      Yesterday, only on German television showed a documentary with
      "Garika":

    9. +2
      1 September 2019
      It is unclear what will happen next.

      They’ll probably flood it, because the AUG already does not make sense to contain these armads ... Nobody is afraid of them anymore! Russia has already proved it to the whole world .. And once again it will prove, if they do not understand. hi
    10. -3
      1 September 2019
      Come on, we "hold" all the oceans with one Kuzma))))
      1. -2
        1 September 2019
        Quote: Lexey
        Come on, we "hold" all the oceans with one Kuzma))))

        Do we need it? We are keeping the submarines in the oceans and that’s enough for us for now.
    11. +3
      1 September 2019
      The more expensive these troughs will cost mattresses, the better the whole world))))
      1. +4
        1 September 2019
        That's just for their repair, including that we take off amers through purchase and savings in the dollar
        1. +3
          1 September 2019
          Perhaps it is high time to abandon the calculations in dollars, it is beneficial exclusively to mattresses.
          1. -2
            1 September 2019
            There is no alternative to the dollar.
            What to pay?

            Carry carts with gold?
            Hope for the yuan, which is specially omitted?

            Or bet on your wooden ruble?

            But nobody needs him in the world.
            1. +1
              1 September 2019
              Yes, even in the tugriks) a country that prints currency to the whole world it is very profitable to bend this world! Their debt bubble will burst sooner or later, but you always want to eat !!!
    12. -1
      1 September 2019
      USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75) has encountered serious problems with a malfunctioning power distribution system on board the ship. This casts doubt on the expected deployment of an aircraft carrier this fall.
      Is an aircraft carrier a roll of pipifax? You can expand the connection AUG, but the ship ....
    13. +2
      1 September 2019
      The more these pelvis in Norfolk, the calmer in the oceans ..
    14. 0
      1 September 2019
      Science fiction writers write that his Barrier has broken
    15. +5
      1 September 2019
      Slaughter-reinforced concrete logic.

      As a result, the American fleet was left without active AUGs on the east coast of the United States. Now only USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69) operates here. However, this AUG is recovering after a difficult 18-month maintenance period for its main pennant. According to USNI News, it is likely that it will not be able to turn around by the planned date, that is, at least by the beginning of 2020.

      Truman's problems underscore the fragility of the fleet of aircraft carriers on the east coast. With six aircraft carriers based in Norfolk, only Truman and Eisenhower could be deployed [...] It does not seem that the situation will improve in 2020

      - notes the publication.

      USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74) began to prepare for a major overhaul, which should begin at the end of 2021. Now it is used only for developing piloting skills. USS George Washington (CVN-73) underwent a major overhaul of approximately half (completed as planned at the end of 2021). The latest USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) still solves nuclear power plant problems and gun elevators. USS George HW Bush (CVN-77) "stuck" on maintenance that began at the end of February: instead of 10,5 months, it will take at least 28 "due to the backlog of the shipyard

      That is, the fact that at least two aircraft carriers - "Eisenhower" and "Stennis" are still in service, in the opinion of the author of the note, means that the fleet was left without operating aircraft carriers? Okay, it's clear that Washington is under renovation. It is clear that there are problems with "Ford" and "Bush" is stuck on MOT.
      But the phrase "Stennis" is preparing for a major overhaul, which will begin in late 2021, just killed. After 2 years, the aircraft carrier is planned to be repaired, and a priori it has already been listed as inactive. It is a pity that such articles are published.

      Quote: RWMos
      A long-known problem: the USA has NO 11 aircraft carriers !!! The fact is that there are about 3 of them at any given time, the rest are not operational.

      Not at any time three, but in principle you are right when you say that the Americans do not have 11 aircraft carriers in service. This, in principle, applies to large ships in general. Take our "Eagles". It seems that there are three left, but there is only one in the ranks - "Peter the Great". The rest are undergoing long-term renovation. The modernized EMNIP Ushakov will go into operation, and the Peter will be repaired. And when they say that we need 6 or 8 aircraft carriers, they always give an explanation. For example, there are three aircraft carriers on the Northern Fleet. One at base, one sailing, one under repair. This is not unusual. So it is with the Americans. Some ships are under repair - this is natural

      Quote: voyaka uh
      It is a relaxing time of peace. When they go to martial law, repairs are forced. It would be something to repair.

      It’s NOT just forced, but the overhaul period is being reviewed, which makes it possible to have, if not all 11-12 aircraft carriers, then 8 pieces — at least
    16. 0
      2 September 2019
      Quote: basmach
      Nonsense. In wartime, the repair period will only increase

      In the active phase, there will simply be nothing to repair very soon!
    17. +1
      4 September 2019
      Quote: Nick
      Quote: insafufa
      And I was told in a previous article that I was a dunce because the American aircraft carrier is not drowned at all

      And a month ago they threw me cons, because I reported on the possibilities of the United States to put on the battle no more than two AUGs, because the rest undergo scheduled maintenance and repairs.

      hi
      These are the machinations of the American imperialists and their accomplices.
      Most think that everything is so simple, AUG released, and the whole world trembles. And then they’re not in the house, the more complicated the technique, the less fault tolerance. This is an axiom.

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