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29, 2004) – Sailors aboard the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) “man the rails” as the carrier approaches its pier at her homeport of Naval Station Norfolk, Va.

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29, 2004) – Sailors aboard the nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN 65) “man the rails” as the carrier approaches its pier at her homeport of Naval Station Norfolk, Va. .

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The aircraft was on a routine training flight and returning to the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz when the accident occurred off of Point Loma, California, killing all 5 members of its crew.

A US Navy HSS-1 Seabat of Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Two (HS-2) aboard aircraft carrier Yorktown , circa 1959.

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Johns River, Florida, killing 15 passengers and crew. . Robert M. Here are a handful of other recent collisions involving United States Navy vessels at sea — several of which included fatalities. (jg) Oliver D. .

An unmanned MQ-8B Fire Scout helicopter clipped a building and crashed on a Navy base last month, one of at least four reported Class A mishaps in naval aviation in August.

Compilation of US Navy aircraft accidents, from bi-planes to jets. An unmanned MQ-8B Fire Scout helicopter clipped a building and crashed on a Navy base last month, one of at least four reported Class A mishaps in naval aviation in August.

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The two-seat T-6B Texan II flew from Naval Air Station Whiting Field, Fla.

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