@DarkFriday See this thing? wowza http://www.businessinsider.com/us-new-13-billion-warship-2015-6 The Ford, and the Ford-class of aircraft carrier, is intended to relieve stress and overdeployment within the US Navy. Currently, the Navy operates 10 carriers but wants an additional vessel to take pressure off of the rest of the fleet. U.S. Navy/Huntington Ingalls Industries/Chris Oxley The ship will feature a host of changes over the Nimitz-class carrier. Ford-class carriers will be capable of generating three times more electrical power than the older carrier classes, for example. US Navy/Newport News ShipbuildingA 3D model of the USS John F. Kennedy, the second ship the Ford-class carrier series. This increased power supply allows the Ford to run more cutting-edge hardware. The newly designed Electro-Magnetic Aircraft Launch System (EMALS) will allow the vessel to launch 25% more aircraft a day than the previous steam-powered launch systems.