USS Ronald Reagan

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USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76)
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USS Ronald Reagan hâng-bió tī 2004-nî thong-kuè Lâm-bí-tsiu bué-liu ê Magellan hái-kiap.
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Bíkok
Name: Ronald Reagan
Namesake: Ronald Reagan
Ordered: 1994 12-gue̍h 8
Builder: Northrop Grumman Newport News
Laid down: 1998 2-gueh 12
Launched: 2001 3-gue̍h 4
Sponsored by: Nancy Reagan
Commissioned: 2003 7-gue̍h 12
Homeport: Yokosuka
Identification:
Motto: Peace Through Strength
Nickname(s): Gipper
Status: tong-ûn ho̍k-i̍k
Badge: USS Ronald Reagan COA.png
It-puañ tı̽k-ting
Class and type:
Displacement: 101,400 long tons (113,600 short tons)[1][2]
Tsuân-tn̂g:
  • Overall: 1,092 feet (332.8 m)
  • Waterline: 1,040 feet (317.0 m)
Tsuân-khuah:
  • Overall: 252 ft (76.8 m)
  • Waterline: 134 ft (40.8 m)
  • Tsia̍h-tsuí:
  • Maximum navigational: 37 feet (11.3 m)
  • Limit: 41 feet (12.5 m)
  • Propulsion:
  • 2 × Westinghouse A4W nuclear reactors (HEU 93.5%)[3][4]
  • 4 × steam turbines
  • 4 × shafts
  • 260,000 shp (194 MW)
  • Speed: Unlimited distance; 20–25 years
    Range: Unlimited distance; 20–25 years
    Complement:
    • Ship's company: 3,532
    • Air wing: 2,480
    Sensors and
    processing systems:
  • SPS-48E 3-D air search radar
  • SPS-49A(V)1 2-D air search radar
  • SPQ-9B fire control radar
  • 2 × SPN-46 air traffic control radars
  • SPN-43C air traffic control radar
  • SPN-41 instrument landing system radar
  • 3 × Mk 91 NSSM guidance systems
  • 3 × Mk 95 radars
  • Electronic warfare
    & decoys:
  • AN/SLQ-32A(V)4 Countermeasures suite
  • SLQ-25A Nixie Torpedo Countermeasures
  • Armament:
  • Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile
  • Rolling Airframe Missile
  • Close-in weapons system (CIWS)
  • Armor: Bī-ti
    Aircraft carried: 90 fixed wing and helicopters

    USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) hâng-bió (ing-gú: USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76)) sī tsı̽t-tsiah teh Bí-kok hái-kun ho̽k-ı̽k ê Nimitz-kip hâng-khong bó-kàm [en]. USS Ronald Reagan sī Nimitz-kip ê tē-9 tsiah kun-kàm,[5] USS Ronald Reagan hâng-khong bió-kàm sī-í 1981-nî tsì 1989-nî ê Bí-kok tsóng-thóng Ronald Reagan tsi miâ lâi hō-miâ ê. USS Ronald Reagan hâng-bió sī teh Virginia tsiu Newport News [en] ê Newport News tsō-tsûn-tshióng [en] sóo kèn-tsō ê, tī 2003-nî 7-gue̽h 12-jı̽t khai-sí ho̽k-ı̽k.[6][7]

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    1. Polmar, Norman (2004). The Naval Institute Guide to the Ships and Aircraft of the U.S. Fleet. Naval Institute Press. p. 112. ISBN 978-1-59114-685-8. 26 September 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. nimitz class displacement. 
    2. "CVN-68: NIMITZ CLASS" (PDF). 
    3. Kuperman, Alan; von Hippel, Frank (10 April 2020). "US Study of Reactor and Fuel Types to Enable Naval Reactors to Shift from HEU Fuel". International Panel on Fissile Materials. goân-loē-iông tī 5 October 2021 hőng khó͘-pih. 26 February 2022 khòaⁿ--ê. 
    4. Hanlon, Brendan Patrick (19 May 2015). Validation of the Use of Low Enriched Uranium as a Replacement for Highly Enriched Uranium in US Submarine Reactors (PDF) (MSc). Massachusetts Institute of Technology. goân-loē-iông (PDF) tī 9 October 2021 hőng khó͘-pih. 26 February 2022 khòaⁿ--ê. 
    5. "USS Ronald Reagan Departs on Third Deployment". United States Navy. 20 May 2008. goân-loē-iông tī 1 June 2008 hőng khó͘-pih. 24 June 2008 khòaⁿ--ê. 
    6. Polmar, Norman (2004). The Naval Institute Guide to the Ships and Aircraft of the U.S. Fleet. Naval Institute Press. p. 112. ISBN 978-1-59114-685-8. 26 September 2016 khòaⁿ--ê. nimitz class displacement.  (Eng-gí)
    7. "CVN-68: NIMITZ CLASS" (PDF).  (Eng-gí)

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