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  1. Platform Identifications Villanova NROTC

  2. Select Platform Type SUBMARINES AIRCRAFT SURFACE SHIPS

  3. CVN-68 Nimitz-class CVN-65 Enterprise-class CV-63 Kitty Hawk-class LHA-1 Tarawa-class LHD-1 Wasp-class LPD-17 San Antonio-class LPD-4 Austin-class LSD-41 Whidbey Island-class LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class AS-39 Emory S. Land-class FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class CG-47 Ticonderoga-class PC-1 Cyclone-class MCM-1 Avenger-class MHC-51 Osprey-class T-AH-19 Mercy-class T-AOE-6 Supply-class T-AO-187 Henry J. Kaiser-class USS Constitution Surface Ships Return to previous menu

  4. Submarines • SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class • SSN-21 Seawolf-class • SSN-774 Virginia-class • SSBN-726 Ohio-class • SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to previous menu

  5. H-60 Seahawk AH-1W Super Cobra UH-1N Iroquois/Huey AV-8B Harrier II F/A-18 Hornet/Super Hornet EA-18G Growler EA-6B Prowler S-3B Viking F-16 Fighting Falcon F-22 Raptor E-2C Hawkeye C-2 Greyhound C-130 Hercules MV-22 Osprey CH-46 Sea Knight MH/CH-53E Sea Dragon/Stallion P-3C Orion EP-3 Aries II F-35 Lightning II F-15 Eagle Aircraft Return to previous menu

  6. SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class • Fast Attack Submarines • SSN-688 have fairwater planes located on the sail/conning tower • SSN-688i have retractable bow planes • Can conduct ASW/ASUW/ISR/MIW/ Strike/SOF Support • Carry a mix of torpedos, TLAM, mines • Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  7. SSN-688/688i Los Angeles-class Vertical conning tower/sail VLS tubes • Vertical sail/conning tower as compared to SSN-21/774-classes • Vertical launching tubes allow for TLAM launch • Can be equipped with Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) or Dry Deck Shelters (DDS) to support insertion of Navy SEALs SSN-688 SSN-688i Return to previous menu

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  10. SSN-21 Seawolf-class • Fast attack submarine • Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike • SSN-23 has extended hull to support SOF • Sail has a wedge in front to reduce flow noise • No VLS • 8 torpedo tubes • Capable of carrying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon • Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  11. SSN-21 Seawolf-class Wedge at front of conning tower/sail Torpedo tubes • Sail is placed further aft on vessel as compared to SSN-774-class • Vessel is wider than SSN-774-class • No VLS tubes Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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  13. SSN-774 Virginia-class • Fast attack submarine • Capable of ASW/ASUW/Strike/SOF Support/ISR • Sail has a wedge in front of it to reduce flow noise • VLS tubes to launch TLAM • 4 torpedo tubes • Capable of carrying torpedos, mines, TLAM and Harpoon • Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  14. SSN-774 Virginia-class • Sail is placed further forward on vessel as compared to SSN-21-class • Vessel is narrower than SSN-21-class • VLS tubes Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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  16. SSBN-726 Ohio-class • Ballistic Missile Submarines • Can carry up to 24 Trident Ballistic Missiles • Fairwater planes located on the sail/conning tower • Large flat deck aft of the sail where missiles are located. • Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  17. SSBN-726 Ohio-class Ballistic Missile tubes Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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  19. SSGN-726 Ohio-class • Guided Missile Submarine • Recommissioned 4 Ohio-class SSBNs • Replaced nuclear ballistic missiles with TLAM and SOF support • Can carry up to 154 TLAM or less TLAM and can support up to 2 ASDS/DDS for SOF • Nuclear powered Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  20. SSGN-726 Ohio-class Return to previous menu Click for Picture

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  22. LHA-1 Tarawa Class • Amphibious assault ship • Carries a mix of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier jets • Well deck can accommodate 2 LCU’s and 1 LCAC • Steam propulsion with emergency diesel electrical generators. • 3 remain in commission (2007) Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  23. LHA-1 Tarawa Class SPS-48 Radar CIWS Mount RAM Launcher Cutout in flight deck for 5 inch gun mounts • Overall, tall island structure that does not cover the length of the flight deck (as compared to LHD) • Only has CIWS and RAM launchers • SPS-48 radar is located on the aft part of the superstructure Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  25. LHD-1 Wasp Class • Multipurpose amphibious assault ship • Carries a mix of helicopters and AV-8B Harrier jets • Can carry up to 3 LCACs • LHD-1-7 have steam propulsion with emergency diesel generators • LHD-8 has gas turbine propulsion with diesel electrical generators. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  26. LHD-1 Wasp Class CIWS Mount NSSMS Launcher SPS-48E Radar RAM Launcher Starboard Elevator • Overall, shorter, longer island structure (as compared to LHA) • Has CIWS, RAM, and NSSMS Launchers • SPS-48 radar is located on the forward part of the superstructure • Aircraft elevator on port and starboard sides • Square flight deck Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  28. LPD-4 Austin-class • Amphibious Transport Dock • Telescoping hanger allows for storage of helicopters • Carries 1 LCU • Steam propulsion. Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  29. LPD-4 Austin-class CIWS Mount CIWS Mount Telescoping Hangar • Staircase forward superstructure as opposed to LSD/LPD-17 class • Two CIWS mounts Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  31. LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class • Dock Landing Ships • Whidbey Island-class can carry up to 5 LCACs, Harpers Ferry Class can carry up to 3 LCACs • Main exterior difference is arrangement of CIWS/RAM and number of cargo cranes. • Diesel propulsion and electrical generation Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  32. LSD-41 Whidbey Island/Harpers Ferry-class CIWS Mount CIWS Mount Cargo Cranes RAM Launcher • Large box superstructure as opposed to LPD-4 class • Whidbey Island variant has forward RAM launcher forward, CIWS above superstructure • Harpers Ferry variant has forward RAM launcher abover superstructure, CIWS forward • Whidbey Island variant has two cargo cranes • Harpers Ferry variant has one cargo crane Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  34. LPD-17 San Antonio-class • Amphibious Transport Dock • Large internal helicopter hanger • Enclosed mast structures • Carries 1 LCU • Diesel propulsion and electrical generation Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  35. LPD-17 San Antonio-class RAM Launcher Enclosed Mast Structures 30mm Cannon • Stealthier lines • Enclosed mast structures reduce radar cross section • 2 RAM launchers • 2 30 mm cannons Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  37. DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class • Guided Missile Destroyers • 3 main “flights” with variations between and within flights • Flight IIA have helicopter hangers and can embark 2 H-60-class helicopters. • Gas Turbine propulsion and electrical generation • Multi-mission surface combatant Click on picture for larger image Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  38. Flt I/II DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class 5” Deck Gun Single Raked Mast Harpoon Launchers SPY-1D Arrays • Stealthier lines than CG • Single “Raked Mast” • Single 5” gun mount forward • AN/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure • No helicopter hanger • Harpoon launchers aft Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  40. Flt IIA DDG-51 Arleigh Burke-class Single Raked Mast RMS Hanger (DDG-91-95 only) 5” Deck Gun SPY-1D Arrays Helicopter Hanger • Stealthier lines than CG • Single “Raked Mast” • Single 5” gun mount forward • AN/SPY-1D Arrays on single superstructure • Helicopter hanger and raised aft missile deck • Remote Mine Hunting System Hanger on DDG’s-91-95 • No Harpoon launchers Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  42. CG-47 Ticonderoga-Class • Guided missile cruiser • Primary mission is Air Defense, but is capable of executing strike, surface and anti-submarine warfare • Two 5” guns • Two 64 cell VLS launchers • Helicopter hangar aft with room for 2 H-60 class helicopters • Gas turbine propulsion and electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  43. CG-47 Ticonderoga-class CIWS Mount Harpoon Launcher Helicopter Hanger SPY-1A/B Radar 5” Deck Gun 5” Deck Gun SPY-1A/B Radar VLS Launcher VLS Launcher • Double Mast arrangement • 5” gun mounts forward and aft • AN/SPY-1D Arrays on forward and aft superstructure • Helicopter hanger • Harpoon launchers aft • CIWS mounts amidships, port and starboard Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  45. FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class • Guided Missile Frigate • No missiles on board • Helicopter hanger with room for 2 H-60 class • 76mm gun amidships • CIWS mount aft • Fast escort for merchant convoys, amphibious or underway replenishment task groups • Anti-submarine and surface warfare platform • Gas turbine propulsion, Diesel electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  46. FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry-class CIWS Mount 76mm Gun Mount Helicopter Hanger • Double Mast arrangement • 76mm Gun midships • Single CIWS mount aft • Helicopter hanger Click for Picture Return to previous menu

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  48. PC-1 Cyclone-class • Coastal patrol vessels • Small crew • Excellent support for maritime interdiction operations (MIO) • Two 25mm cannons and crew served weapons • One RHIB • Diesel propulsion and electrical plant Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu

  49. PC-1 Cyclone-class 25mm Cannon RHIB 25mm Cannon • Extremely small vessel (170 feet long, 354 ton displacement) • Designed to support SEAL insertion, principally used for Maritime Security and Boardings • Short endurance at sea (10 days typically) Return to previous menu

  50. LCC-19 Blue Ridge-class • Amphibious Command Ship • 2 CIWS Mounts (not pictured) • Flight deck but no hanger. • Steam propulsion • Great deal of C4ISR equipment on board to support command of large scale operations Click on picture for larger image Return to previous menu