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Constitution Class Stealth Carrier
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Escort ship of the United Command fleet.
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Shortly after the destruction of the USS George H.W. Bush during the Battle of the South China Sea, the U.S. decided it needed more powerful and armored ships. That, along with the need for new escort carriers to provide cover fire for the USS Enterprise, brought out the best scientists in the United Command (A division of the U.S. military and NASA). They worked for several months creating a new carrier model, and with this came the Constitution Class Carrier. These were able to carry multiple helicopters, or a single helicopter, VTOL fighter and a Delta Flyer. It is armed with three anti-ship cannons and two torpedo launchers. It was also loaded with two military hover bikes and two speedboats which launch from the back. The hull is coated with a material which absorbs radar bursts, making it invisible to enemy radar scans.

This ship has been scrapped as of a few months ago, and is now part of the Pacific command base and Excalibur carrier. This is one of my most unique designs, since it uses elements from several different building techniques. I used the SNOT design on the upper deck, and underneath, which can't be seen. Also, I used the stagger technique to build the ship base, since I didn't have enough inverted slope pieces. It was approximately 4 feet long and a foot wide. Also in the background are my AMT Enterprise E and Revell Enterprise carrier.

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By Ryon Olson
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