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  • USS Midway (CV-41) Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier

    Commissioned just after World War 2, the USS Midway managed an existence across the entirety of the Cold War, finally being decommissioned in 1992.

     Updated: 9/26/2016; Authored By Staff Writer; Content ¬©www.MilitaryFactory.com

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    USS Midway (CV-41) Technical Specifications

    Service Year: 1945
    Type: Conventionally-Powered Aircraft Carrier
    National Origin: United States
    Ship Class: Midway-class

    Structural (Crew Space, Dimensions and Weights)

    Complement (Crew): 4,100
    Length: 972 feet (296.27 meters)
    Beam (Width): 113 feet (34.44 meters)
    Draught (Height): 35 feet (10.67 meters)

    Surface Displacement: 60,000 tons

    Installed Power and Base Performance

    Engine(s): 12 x Boilers with 4 x Westinghouse geared steam turbines driving 4 x shafts.

    Surface Speed: 33 knots (38 mph)

    Armament / Air Wing

    As Built:
    18 x 5" /54 Mark 16 guns
    84 x 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft cannons
    68 x 20mm Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns

    At End of Career:
    2 x 8-cell Sea Sparrow anti-aircraft missile launchers.
    2 x 20mm Phalanx Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) anti-aircraft/cruise missile defense.

    Aircraft: 65 - 70 modern aircraft of various types including interception, strike, special warfare and helicopters.

    Global Operators

    United States

    Ships-in-Class (3)

    USS Midway (CV-41); USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CV-42); USS Coral Sea (CV-43)