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USS William Jefferson Clinton - CVS-1

USS William Jefferson Clinton  CVS-1
Kit# A638 - $29.95 size not sure.




   The US Navy welcomed the latest member of its fleet today. Pictured above:
USS William Jefferson Clinton CVS-1
set sail  today from its home port of Vancouver, BC.
 

The ship is the first of its kind in the Navy
and is a standing legacy to President Clinton
and his foresight in military budget cuts.
The ship is constructed nearly entirely from
recycled aluminum and is completely solar
powered with a top speed of .5 knots. It boasts
an arsenal comprised of one F14 Tomcat or
F18 Hornet aircraft which, although they
cannot be launched or captured on the 40 foot
flight deck, but it forms a very menacing presence.


Commander-in Chief reviewing the troops >>>>

As a standing order there are no firearms allowed on board.
The 20 person crew is completely diversified and includes members
of all races, creeds, sex, and sexual orientation.


The ship's purpose is not defined so much as a unit of national defense - in fact
in times of conflict its orders are to remain in hiding in Canada,
but will be used extensively for social  experimentation and whatever
worthless jobs the ex-commander-in-chief and his wife can think of.
 

General Characteristics, Clinton Class

Builder: Recycle Hawai'i, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Power Plant: Solar Cells, one big shaft
Length, overall: 40 feet (1219.2 centimeters)
Flight Deck Width: 30 feet (914.4 centimeters)
Beam: Secret No details (?? centimeters)
Displacement: Approx. 7,000 tons full load
Speed: .5+ knots (1+ miles per hour)
Aircraft: One big one!
Cost: about $1 billion each  
Italeri - 05533

This information is from DOD - 2005