Welcome back to the our channel for a discussion about the daily operations and activities of crews working aboard massive aircraft carriers. The finer things in life we always take for granted but it’s a must in a sailor’s morale in a carrier ,minor things like food ,air condition,size and comfort of the bed and so forth.These are paramount considerations for the livelihood and morale of these sailors.These are the men and women who our freedom depends on,the magnificentisity of this mighty armada with its superior capabilities will be rendered incapable if our sailors are not properly looked after. Nimitz and Halsey will be smiling right now (Where are the carriers,nimitz used to say). It's just incredible how each individual and team works with one another to achieve a common goal. I commend everyone who is part of this huge project. Lieutenant Robert Lowry was the first to suggest the use of large-scale underway replenishment techniques in an 1883 paper to the Royal United Services Institute. He argued that a successful system would provide a minimum rate of 20 tons per hour while the ships maintain a speed of five knots. He was a Royal Navy Officer the Royal Navy had coaling stations around the Empire which would replenish ships at the turn of the 19th / 20th century. I'd like to also say that everyone in any branch of the military is at risk.