USS GEORGE H.W. BUSH (CVN 77) was named after USS GEORGE H.W. BUSH who was the 41st president of America.
Displacement:102,000 long tons (114,000 short tons)
Length : over all 1,092 feet(332.8) and water line 1,040 feet (317 m)
It has a nuclear reactor where it can get about 30 knots of power and even helps the air crafts to get maximum speed due the heat pressure that was from the nuclear reactor.
The ship was modularly constructed, where large sections are assembled and then lifted into place using a large crane. Major milestones in the construction include the bow placement in March 2005, followed by the island placement on 8 July 2006. The 700-ton island was lifted onto the flight deck in a ceremony called “stepping the mast,” which dates from antiquity and consists of placing coins or other items of significance under the step or bottom of a ship’s mast during construction.
The ship with its deck has more space where more jet and super sonic planes can easily land and take off. While landing a hook is made to hold the craft when it holds the speed is decreased and the craft is made to stop at the safe point on the deck.
It stood the most advanced and modern-ed defense ship and powerful one among the other was ships.It can hold up-to 80,000 pounds on the deck of 90 fixed wing and helicopters.