Aircraft Carrier PCU Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), lead ship of her class.

Aircraft Carrier USS Gerald R. Ford This gives you the real picture of how much of a giant this ship really is! This person looks like a toy next to this carrier!

USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) builder's sea trials

Navy’s long-delayed nuclear-powered Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford the lead of ship of the United States’ latest class of carriers, will begin acceptanc…

The USS Gerald R. Ford was scheduled for completion in September 2015, but issues arose with its advanced systems and technology.

The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford heads to the Norfolk, Va., naval station on April after nearly a week of builder's trials. (Bill Tiernan/The Virginian-Pilot via AP)

Crews lower the final keel section of the future USS  Gerald R. Ford into place at Huntington Ingalls Industries-Newport News Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va., May 24, 2012. The 680-metric-ton,  60-foot-tall lower bow unit was the last major section of the ship  installed below the waterline. The Gerald R. Ford, now more than 75  percent structurally complete in the dry dock, is on schedule to launch  in 2013. U.S. Navy photo by Ricky Thompson.

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Rendering of Gerald R. Ford (CVN which will replace USS Enterprise (CVN Ford is expected to be completed in

Gerald R. Ford CVN-78 -- Gerald R. Ford on the James River in November 2013.

The Navy conducted the first-ever, shipboard, full-speed catapult shots using the Electromagnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) aboard the aircraft carrier Pre-Commissioning Unit (PCU) Gerald R. Ford (CVN Naval Sea Systems Command announced May

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