Britain, France May Cooperate on Aircraft Carrier Programs

April 2004
Sea Power;Apr2004, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p58
Reports on the likelihood that Great Britain and France may cooperate on an aircraft carrier program. Reason why the proposed carrier will not be nuclear powered; Potential areas in the program for both nations to cooperate; Features of the proposed aircraft carrier.


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