3D model of a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier operated by the United States Navy. The lead ship, USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), was commissioned in 2017, and is the largest and most technologically advanced aircraft carrier in the world. The class is designed to replace the Nimitz-class carriers, with a focus on increased efficiency, reduced crew size, and improved capabilities. The ships feature an electromagnetic aircraft launch system (EMALS) and advanced arresting gear, allowing for a faster and more efficient launch and recovery of aircraft. They also have an enhanced flight deck, increased storage for aircraft, and improved radar and communication systems. The Gerald R. Ford-class carriers have a displacement of approximately 100,000 tons and are powered by two nuclear reactors, giving them a maximum speed of over 30 knots. These carriers can carry a complement of over 75 aircraft, including F/A-18 Super Hornets, F-35C Lightning II fighters, and E-2D Hawkeye early warning aircraft. The class is expected to remain in service for the next 50 years, providing a critical component of the US Navy's global force projection capabilities.
3D model based on the original dimensions of a real boat. All model files were "smoothed". We can provide product files with un-smoothed geometry by your request.
All main parts of the model are separated objects. Therefore, you can easily change all materials. We provide several formats for each model, most of them are available by default.
* images rendered with using V-Ray plugin (we don't include lighting and environment to a set).