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The USS Nimitz CVN-68 is 81,600 tons. 70 TONS? The USS Cole DDG-67 is 8,900 tons. 70 TONS? No aircraft carrier weighs that little. Get your facts straight before asking dumb äss questions. The MK 41 VLS system goes from a single module with 16 launch cells, to 16 modules with 122 launch cells. These missiles are configured for 18 different ship classes. (USN retired...1965-85... off USS Nimitz CVN-68 11/85)

Chosen Answer by davehuckleberry_55

Andromeda (pronounced /ænˈdrɒmɨdə/) is a constellation in the northern sky. It is named after the princess Andromeda in Greek mythology and is bordered by Cassiopeia, Lacerta, Pegasus, Pisces, Triangulum and Perseus. It is most notable for containing the Andromeda Galaxy. It is sometimes called "The Chained Maiden" in English, as the mythological Andromeda was chained to a rock before being rescued by Perseus. >>>check this site out, it is excellent>>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stars_in_Andromeda List of stars in the constellation Andromeda From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from List of stars in Andromeda) Jump to: navigation, search This is the list of notable stars in the constellation Andromeda, sorted by decreasing brightness. Name B F HD HIP RA Dec vis. mag. abs. mag. Dist. (ly) Sp. class Notes α And α 21 358 677 00h 08m 23.17s +29° 05′ 27.0″ 2.07 −0.30 97 B9p Alpheratz, Alpherat, Al'faret, Al'ferats, Sirrah, Sirah; spectroscopic binary β And β 43 6860 5447 01h 09m 43.80s +35° 37′ 15.0″ 2.07 −1.86 199 M0IIIvar Mirach, Merach, Mirac, Mirak, Mirakh, Merak, Mirar, Mirath, Mirax, El Mizar, Al Mizar; variable γ1 And γ1 57 12533 9640 02h 03m 53.92s +42° 19′ 47.5″ 2.10 −3.08 355 B8V Almach, Almaak, Alamak, Almak, Almaach, Alamac; quadruple star system δ And δ 31 3627 3092 00h 39m 19.60s +30° 51′ 40.4″ 3.27 0.81 101 K3III... Sadiradra, Saderazra, Sadir Elazra; spectroscopic binary; suspected variable 51 And 51 9927 7607 01h 37m 59.50s +48° 37′ 42.6″ 3.59 −0.04 174 K3III υ Per; Anfal, El Enfal; multiple star ο And ο 1 217675 113726 23h 01m 55.25s +42° 19′ 33.5″ 3.62 −3.01 692 B6pv SB quadruple star system; γ Cas variable, Vmax = +3.58m, Vmin = +3.78m λ And λ 16 222107 116584 23h 37m 33.71s +46° 27′ 33.0″ 3.81 1.75 84 G8III-IV RS CVn variable, Vmax = 3.69m, Vmin = 3.97m, P = 54.20 d μ And μ 37 5448 4436 00h 56m 45.10s +38° 29′ 57.3″ 3.86 0.75 136 A5V multiple star ζ And ζ 34 4502 3693 00h 47m 20.39s +24° 16′ 02.6″ 4.08 0.35 181 K1II β Lyr/RS CVn variable, Vmax = 3.92m, Vmin = 4.14m, P = 17.7695 d υ And υ 50 9826 7513 01h 36m 47.98s +41° 24′ 23.0″ 4.10 3.45 44 F8V has three planets (b, c, & d) κ And κ 19 222439 116805 23h 40m 24.44s +44° 20′ 02.3″ 4.15 0.57 170 B9IVn triple star φ And φ 42 6811 5434 01h 09m 30.12s +47° 14′ 30.6″ 4.26 −2.51 736 B7III Keun Nan Mun; emission-line star ι And ι 17 222173 116631 23h 38m 08.18s +43° 16′ 05.1″ 4.29 −1.65 502 B8V π And π 29 3369 2912 00h 36m 52.84s +33° 43′ 09.7″ 4.34 −2.18 656 B5V spectroscopic binary; suspected variable ε And ε 30 3546 3031 00h 38m 33.50s +29° 18′ 44.5″ 4.34 0.77 169 G5III... η And η 38 5516 4463 00h 57m 12.43s +23° 25′ 03.9″ 4.40 0.04 243 G8III-IV spectroscopic binary σ And σ 25 1404 1473 00h 18m 19.71s +36° 47′ 07.2″ 4.51 1.33 141 A2V suspected variable ν And ν 35 4727 3881 00h 49m 48.83s +41° 04′ 44.2″ 4.53 −2.06 679 B5V SB spectroscopic binary 7 And 7 219080 114570 23h 12m 32.92s +49° 24′ 21.5″ 4.53 2.58 80 F0V θ And θ 24 1280 1366 00h 17m 05.54s +38° 40′ 54.0″ 4.61 0.16 253 A2V suspected variable 3 And 3 218031 113919 23h 04m 10.83s +50° 03′ 06.1″ 4.64 0.94 179 K0III 65 And 65 14872 11313 02h 25m 37.40s +50° 16′ 43.2″ 4.73 −0.39 345 K4III triple star 58 And 58 13041 9977 02h 08m 29.15s +37° 51′ 33.1″ 4.78 0.86 198 A5IV-V 8 And 8 219734 115022 23h 17m 44.62s +49° 00′ 55.0″ 4.82 −1.69 655 M2III suspected variable ω And ω 48 8799 6813 01h 27m 39.09s +45° 24′ 25.0″ 4.83 2.57 92 F5IV γ2 And γ2 57 12534 02h 03m 54.70s +42° 19′ 51.0″ 4.84 component of the γ And system; triple star system 60 And b 60 13520 10340 02h 13m 13.34s +44° 13′ 54.1″ 4.84 −1.32 556 K4III suspected variable ξ And ξ 46 8207 6411 01h 22m 20.39s +45° 31′ 43.5″ 4.87 0.98 195 K0III-IV Adhil τ And τ 53 10205 7818 01h 40m 34.80s +40° 34′ 37.6″ 4.96 −1.64 681 B8III suspected variable 10307 7918 01h 41m 46.52s +42° 36′ 49.7″ 4.96 4.45 41 G2V ψ And ψ 20 223047 117221 23h 46m 02.04s +46° 25′ 13.0″ 4.97 −3.05 1309 G5Ib multiple star 22 And 22 571 841 00h 10m 19.24s +46° 04′ 20.2″ 5.01 −2.44 1006 F2II χ And χ 52 10072 7719 01h 39m 21.02s +44° 23′ 10.1″ 5.01 0.66 242 G8III... Keun Nan Mun 41 And 41 6658 5317 01h 08m 00.72s +43° 56′ 32.1″ 5.04 1.14 196 A3m 2 And 2 217782 113788 23h 02m 36.34s +42° 45′ 28.1″ 5.09 −0.06 349 A3Vn multiple star V428 And 3346 2900 00h 36m 46.47s +44° 29′ 18.6″ 5.14 −1.38 656 K5III semiregular variable ΔV = 0.06m , has a possible planetary system ρ And ρ 27 1671 1686 00h 21m 07.23s +37° 58′ 07.3″ 5.16 1.71 160 F5III 2421 2225 00h 28m 13.59s +44° 23′ 40.2″ 5.18 0.63 265 A2Vs spectroscopic binary 64 And 64 14770 11220 02h 24m 24.89s +50° 00′ 23.9″ 5.19 −0.11 375 G8III 28 And 28 2628 2355 00h 30m 07.34s +29° 45′ 06.1″ 5.20 1.43 185 A7III GN And; low-amplitude δ Sct variable, Vmax = +5.18m, Vmin = +5.22m, P = 0.0689797 d 14 And 14 221345 116076 23h 31m 17.20s +39° 14′ 11.0″ 5.22 0.80 249 K0III su

Chosen Answer by oldsalt6585

Forget the bar/party scene while he's away. That will only lead to trouble. Ombudsman is a wife of a sailor at the command the hubby is attached to. She is USUALLY the wife of a senior enlisted and is easy contact with the C.O. and/or his wife to get info from the command to the wives. I get the impression you're not around a Navy base. Skip the night life, get involved in a church near you. There are many opportunities for you to keep busy. Ships don't go on crusise for 10 months or more. I can remember the NINE month MED/WESTPAC cruises, though. Usually they only go out for a few weeks or a 6 month cruise. That's the time to bond with the other wives. I have been on some extended deployments, but that was after discussing with my wife. I went to Antarctica for 13 months (counted as double sea time towards my sea duty requirement) and got my 2nd choice of orders when I came back to civlant. My next longest was 12 months to the Middle East on the flag ship. I was home 4 months and what I thought would be pier side duty on a Submarine repair ship, we took off for the Indian Ocean and Diego Garcia for almost 6 months. My last duty was on the USS Nimitz CVN-68 and we took off for the Mediterranean for 6 months. Then I came home and retired. I once did the math for the time I was married until I retired (my son made the comment, "YOU WERE ALWAYS GONE") and I was near my family over 81% of the time. I included schools (2 weeks at a time) TAD orders and cruises. He had nothing to say then. After boot, he should be able to get a school, and then his first command. Like someone said GET MARRIED ASAP then you and your child will be covered medically, you'll have commissary/exchange priviliges, MWR bennies, etc etc etc. My wife was a NAVY BRAT, NAVY WIFE and a NAVY MOTHER. Lady, WELCOME TO THE FAMILY! SALUTE! (USN, retired)

Chosen Answer by Marine

As far as flying, not much difference except the type of aircraft that each is assigned. A B-1, B-2, B-52 AF pilot is a bomber pilot (drops bombs). A Navy/Marine Corps pilot assigned to the A-6 (a few still left) is also a bomber pilot - difference is the A-6 is a 2 seated aircraft and the AF bombers are multi-seated and carries larger bombs. The F/A-18 also has bombing capability as well as anti-air capability (defend/attack enemy aircraft). The Marine Corps has the AV-8B VSTOL aircraft used for forward deployed bombing/straffing mission and can be used to a limited extent as a fighter (mostly defensive). AF has the F-15, F-16, and the problematic F-22 (O2 problem may or may not have been solved depending on who you talk to). These are fighter aircraft with bombing capability. All three Services have helos though the Marine Corps uses helos for combat insertion, extraction, and attack (AH-1J). The Corps also uses the MV-22 which is both an VSTOL aircraft for insertion and extraction missions. Soon all three military Services will receive the F/A-35 which has VSTOL capability. Bottomline: an aircraft is an aircraft. Depends on which one assigned and the skill level of the pilot. As far as enjoyable, all are enjoyable. Much better being in the air than the ground!!! Average pilot gets about 17 hours per month flight time unless in combat zone flying missions. Rest of time depends on what collateral duties the pilot is assigned. In the Navy/Marine Corps, aircrews are assigned jobs such as assistant maintenance officer (my "2nd" squadron job), personnel officer, intell officer, log officer, crappy jobs officer. In the AF, officers are scattered in different collateral duties as well. The advantage of the collateral duty jobs in addition to flying billets is that we work with and lead troops. I had 81 enlisted Marines assigned to me as a 1stLt whereas other officers either had no one assigned or 3-4. Same with navy and AF. Those with added responsibilities who did them well plus did their flight duties well became senior officers. Most of the others ended up back in the civilian world unless they were able to move from the squadron into other important positions, many with a few troops, at higher HQ. Deployments: 2 types-training/combat. Very little combat and lots of training. They occur with scheduled by higher HQ. All Marine pilots trained to land on ships. AV-8B (a jet) works from amphib ships along with helos. F/A-18 from CVA/CVN aircraft carriers. F-35 will be used on both types of ships. Lieutenant Colonel, U S Marine Corps-Retired (Marine Aviator who flew from 4 different aircraft carriers)

Chosen Answer by Carl Lewis

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