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The U.S. Navy
The Navy uses a combination of ships, subs, and aircraft. And if it isn't Navy pilots who are flying the aircraft then its the Marines.
Aircraft carrier ship designed to carry aircraft and to permit takeoff and landing of planes. The carrier's distinctive features are a flat upper deck (flight deck) that functions as a takeoff and landing field, and a main deck (hangar deck) beneath the flight deck for storing and servicing the aircraft.
Used as a fighter and strike aircraft (data from F/A-18A), replaced the F-14 Tomcat
Max speed: 1,183 at 40,000ft. Service ceiling: 50,000ft
Combat radius: 662 miles
Armament: 0.79-in (20-mm) vulcan cannon and external hardpoints with provision for up to 17,000lbs of stores.
U.S. Navy Seals
The US Navy SEALs are America's premier naval special operations force. SEAL is an acronym for SEa, Air, and Land and highlights the arenas that SEALs can operate in. Whether the US military needs enemy ships destroyed in a fortified harbor or enemy beach defenses softened up, the SEALs stand ready to serve with their unique abilities. SEALs can swim or parachute into their area of operations and are proficient at not only underwater ops and demolitions but also reconnaissance and small-unit tactics.