Here’s an E-2C Hawkeye trying to land on the USS Eisenhower. Everything seems normal until the arresting cable on the carrier—which is supposed to snare an aircraft as it lands—suddenly snaps. The airplane almost looks like a runaway car until it drops and disappears out of view, off the carrier.
I don't know how you cook steaks, but it's wrong, because you could have cooked on this. It's based on a WWII Japanese aircraft carrier (maybe the Akagi?) that produced 160,000hp, which somehow equates to 350 degrees Celsius of cooking power, at least according to the advertisement for this insane cooking device.
What you're looking at is the deck of the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan covered in the vehicles of Navy Sailors heading to Naval Base Kitsap in Bremerton, Washington. At a cost of about $4.5 billion this is probably the world's most expensive parking lot.
To help sailors with a shift of its home base from California to Washington, the U.S.S. Nimitz aircraft carrier's hauling more than 400 private vehicles...many on its huge hangar deck. (H/t Optitrux!) Photo: Casey J. Amdahl, U.S. Navy.
This is the hangar bay of the USS George H. W. Bush, the last Nimitz-class aircraft supercarrier of the US Navy. I'm surprised to see all these F-18 combat jets parked it in this seemingly chaotic traffic jam.