Enjoyed the excellent video. I spent 3 1/2 years as deck edge and console operator of the aft cats on the USS Constellation CVA-64 back in the mid 90's. There is one scene that jumped out at me and I had to play it back to make sure my eyes weren't playing tricks on me. At frame 19:40 it shows an F-18 landing on the deck but the scene is a mirror image of the actual scene and it has the island of the Enterprise on the port side of the deck instead of the starboard side. You can also see that the big E that is painted on the back of the island looks like a 3. Don't know how that happened but my brain did a double take. The phrase, "I have your 6" originated from a combat pilot informing another that he was protecting him from an unseen danger. This video shows that "I have your 6" begins on the flight deck. Each deck crew member is performing a job to protect that pilot and his aircraft from anything that could endanger his safe takeoff and landing. No matter how small his task, any deck crewman passing by a flight officer can proudly say to him, "I have your 6." The video clip of the carrier task force at 22:10 should have the caption, " Hey America, we have your 6." This old Air Force guy got a lot of goose bumps from this video.