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During the major global conflict, “it was discovered that although such ‘near miss’ explosions do not cause serious hull or superstructure damage, the shock and vibrations associated with the blast nonetheless incapacitate the ship, by knocking out critical components and systems,” the study said.

“This discovery led the Navy to implement a rigorous shock hardening test procedure,” the report said, referring to shock trials.

The aircraft carrier USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) completed the first scheduled explosive event of Full Ship Shock Trials while underway in the Atlantic Ocean on June 18, 2021. US Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Riley B. McDowell

The Navy said that the trials are being conducted in a way that “complies with environmental mitigation requirements, respecting known migration patterns of marine life in the test area.”

The service further stated that it “also has employed extensive protocols throughout [full-ship shock trials] to ensure the safety of military and civilian personnel participating in the testing evolution.”

After completing full-ship shock trials, the aircraft carrier will return to the pier at Newport News Shipbuilding for its first planned incremental availability, a six-month period during which the ship will undergo “modernization, maintenance, and repairs prior to its operational employment,” the Navy said.

As a first-in-class ship, USS Gerald R. Ford has experienced cost overruns, developmental delays, and technological setbacks, but the Navy is moving forward with the project.

The Navy planned to have the carrier ready for deployment by 2024, but in May, Rear Adm. James Downey, program executive officer for aircraft carriers, suggested the service might be able to get there sooner.

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NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (June 24, 2021) – Capt. Brent Gaut relieved Capt. Kenneth Strong as commanding officer of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) during a change of command ceremony, June 24.Strong became the 14th commanding officer of George Washington September 5, 2019, and served as a faithful steward through two years of refueling complex overhaul (RCOH).“This is a warship, and our job is to build a combat-ready ship and a combat-ready crew,” said Strong. “There is a lot of sacrifice, there is a lot of pain, we all took a lot of risk, and we worked in a difficult environment; we still do. But we got it done together.”Under his command, George Washington departed the dry dock, restored vital systems such as shore steam, potable water, and air conditioning, and saw the arrival of the first Sailors to live aboard in five years. He also served as the executive officer aboard George Washington from 2014 to 2016, and then as commanding officer of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock USS New Orleans



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