TRANSIENT: Nimitz-class Supercarrier
A Nimitz class aircraft carrier (USS Harry S. Truman CVN-75 at last update)
Nimitz-class carriers (0.08 mi / 0.12 km)
Naval Station Norfolk (2.03 mi / 3.27 km)
Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel (2.61 mi / 4.20 km)
Fort Monroe (3.31 mi / 5.33 km)
Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel (4.33 mi / 6.97 km)
USS Wisconsin (7.87 mi / 12.67 km)
Norfolk International Airport (8.41 mi / 13.53 km)
F-15C Aircraft (8.54 mi / 13.75 km)
Langley Air Force Base (8.66 mi / 13.94 km)
Langley Speedway (9.37 mi / 15.09 km)
From: medic350That's not the GW, it's the Theodore Roosevelt, if you look at the bow (the front part of the ship [facing left]) the number 71 is clearly visible.
Mon Feb 05 10:59:24 -0800 2007
From: JT000If the number is CLEARLY visible you would notice that you were wrong twice. Its not the Roosevelt or the 71, it says 75. Which makes it the USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) Even my 5 year old niece could have figured that out. If your going to comment on a picture medic350 you should really do your research first.
Fri May 28 08:18:31 -0700 2010
From: MartianGiven that the imagery is updated occasionally, it's probable that it has been both at various times in the four years since this location was submitted.
Fri May 28 17:43:43 -0700 2010