This Is the Aircraft Carrier Job the Navy Hopes Robots Will Replace
The National Interest -

Michael Peck

Security, Americas

A good idea?

"It takes four sailors to move them around, one to steer and three or four guys to push. We took a look at that and thought, 'that's a lot of guys pushing things around on the carrier deck.'"

There are few places more busy and stressful than the deck of an aircraft carrier.

That's because a carrier is an airport planted on top of a ship. A U.S. Nimitz-class carrier is longer than three football fields, but that's a lot less acreage than even a...

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