attack aircraft carrier

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n attack aircraft carrier a large warship that carries planes and has a long flat deck for takeoffs and landings
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Usage


In news:

After the North Korean attack on a South Korean island, Obama sends an aircraft carrier to the Yellow Sea -- irritating China, which may be the point.
Veterans will gather aboard the USS Midway Aircraft Carrier Museum in downtown San Diego today to mark the 71th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
BEIJING (AP) — China's government gave hero's praise to a senior engineer on its aircraft carrier program who died of a heart attack after witnessing the first landing of a plane on the ship, underscoring the project's huge national prestige.
C hina's government gave hero's praise Monday to a senior engineer on its aircraft carrier program who died of a heart attack after witnessing the first landing of a plane on the ship, underscoring the project's huge national prestige.
China honors engineer in aircraft carrier program who died of heart attack.
BEIJING—China's government gave hero's praise to a senior engineer on its aircraft carrier program who died of a heart attack after witnessing the first landing of a plane on the ship, underscoring the project's huge national prestige.
China's government gave hero's praise to a senior engineer on its aircraft carrier program who died of a heart attack after witnessing the first landing of a plane on the ship, underscoring the project's huge national prestige.
Hours after the first public demonstration landing of the J-15 jets on the aircraft carrier Liaoning, the chief organizer of the carrier -borne jet program and the sea tests suffered a massive heart attack on the carrier 's deck.
After the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, the United States' handful of aircraft carriers bore the brunt of keeping the Imperial Japanese Navy in check in the Pacific Theater during the first full year of the war.
Japanese naval aircraft prepare to take off from an aircraft carrier to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.
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