Welcome back to our channel for a feature on a floating city with thousands of sailors conducting intricate and complex operations throughout the word, the aircraft carrier is the core of the United States' power projection abroad. At 5:45 you made reference to "The steam catapult." The Gerald Ford is the first carrier to use electromagnetic catapults, rather than steam. Notice: no steam emanating from the cats. Noticing the deck was basically empty - but the bridge was filled - this was during the shake-down before it was commissioned - Sea Trials. A 'drifting' vessel is not under power, but is 'drifting', pushed by the tide and/or waves and/or wind. When you build something down to a budget and don't field test new systems and worse still you pile it all on one new vessel your asking for delays but what's worse is that there isn't any spares to be had isn't stupidity it's criminal negligence. These aren't my words these are from current and past sailors and dock workers who've been fired and in more than one case met with a mysterious accident. Many current dockers stay shtum for fear of losing their jobs and an equal amount do the same for they fear for their lives, now don't just cast aside what I'm saying as waffle because this doesn't just happen in the states it happens the world over that's why everyone should never take what your respective governments say as the gospel truth because it's not especially with the GRF.