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It's Official: U.S. Aircraft Carrier Kitty Hawk Will Be Dismantled

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The USS Kitty Hawk will die the way she lived: coming apart at the seams.

Despite speculation that the beloved “Battle Cat” might return to service, the first and last conventionally powered aircraft carrier of its class will be “disposed of and dismantled” after eight years in limbo following its decommissioning in 2009, Naval Sea Systems Command spokesman Colleen O’Rourke told the Kitsap Sun on Oct. 24. http://nationalinterest.org/blog/the-buzz/its-official-us-aircraft-carrier-kitty-hawk-will-be-23127

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