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Brian Todd Publishing, London. 1989. Today's US Navy is built around two primary weapons systems - one highly visible, the other almost totally dependent upon stealth. The stealthy element of this weapons combination is the Trident missile-carrying, nuclear-powered submarine, dealt with in a companion volume of the How They Work series. The far more visible and almost unconcealable weapons system is the US Navy's super carrier, along with its associated vital complement of aircraft. To understand why these two so seemingly dissimilar weapons systems form the backbone of today's US Navy, it is necessary to pause here long enough to outline just where they fit into the overall scheme of things in terms of the US Navy's two major missions. Illustrated end boards. Near fine condition. 46pp. 205 x 200 mm