Inside the interior of a World War II aircraft carrier

The interior of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz, the largest ship in the United States Navy’s Pacific fleet, has been meticulously restored to its original glory.

The USS Nimits’ original exterior was built by the ship’s builders in the 1920s and 1930s.

The original ship’s hull, which had once been a steel frame, was replaced with a concrete-clad, steel-and-glass hull in the 1960s and 1970s.

Now, that concrete-and of course wood-and glass hull is going to be replaced with the original steel-framed, steel and glass hull.

The work has been undertaken by a team of 60 men, who are working in three phases.

First, the Navy has installed a new, specially-designed hull to replace the original inlet and outlet ports on the Nimitz.

The team has been working for a year and a half on the project, and this is the first time the ship has been fully restored in such a way.

Second, the team will install a new steel-plate hull on the new hull and steel-frame exterior.

This hull will provide protection for the Nimits crewmembers and other crew members as they work aboard the aircraft carriers.

The new hull will also serve as a permanent fixture for the aircrafts crew members, as it provides additional structural support.

Finally, the ship is expected to be ready for use in 2021.

The first phase is slated to be completed by the end of the year.

The Navy is still finalizing the details of the second phase, which is expected in 2018.

In the second stage, the crew members will be provided with new steel reinforced concrete panels that are expected to provide additional protection to the crewmembers.

The hull will be constructed in the same manner as the first stage, but this time, the new steel will be used to construct the concrete panel.

The work will also allow the crew to have additional protection in the event of an accident.

The crew will be housed in the new reinforced concrete hull for the duration of the work.

Finally, the Nimites new hull is expected not only to be able to withstand the rigors of operation in the ocean, but also be able withstand the weight of the new aircraft carrier.

According to the Navy, the hull should be able weigh less than 100 tons.