USS Gerald R Ford | See what happened when America boiled 18,000 kg ‘Mahabam’ in the sea, Watch Video, US Navy explodes over 18,000 kilograms bomb under ocean Watch Video
The US Navy conducted the test by detonating a bomb at sea.
- US Navy detonates bomb near USS Gerald R. Ford battleship
- After the explosion, there was a strong explosion in the sea and the waves rose
- Navy has been doing such tests to test the capability of warships
Washington : The US Navy has tested one of its ‘Mahabombs’ in the Atlantic Sea. Weighing in at 40,000 pounds (18,000 kg), this “mahabomb” was detonated when it was detonated under the sea, which seemed to have caused a blaze. There was a high wave in the sea and there was a great vibration on the surface of the sea. The US Navy says the bomb was tested as part of the ‘Full Ship Shock Trial’ (FSST). The video of the blast has gone viral on social media. This “Mahabomb” was dropped in the middle of the sea near the aircraft carrier Gerald Ford, after which there was a loud explosion.
The Navy tested its strength with the explosion
The US Navy conducts such tests to design its new warships and to test their ability to survive in times of war and such severe explosions. The US Navy said in a statement, ‘Ford shock trials are being conducted on the East Coast of America. During this test all the safety standards were completely followed.
America has already done this kind of test
The US Navy has been conducting FSST trials for many decades. She has previously conducted such trials in 2016 with the littoral combat ships USS Jackson, USS Milwaukee. The USGS has measured the earthquake in the ocean after the explosion. After the explosion, an earthquake of magnitude 3.9 on the Richter scale has been said to occur under the sea.
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