Photograph by Matt Talbott
About Secret Access
Ever wonder what it takes to fly the President’s plane? Or what goes on behind doors at some of the most secretive organizations in the world, like the CIA, the NSA, and the US Secret Service? In Secret Access, National Geographic shows you, granting you an all-access pass deep inside never-before-seen places. From top secret government organizations to the world’s most elite military units, we’ll show you high stakes worlds where disaster waits just around the corner. Journey into a world of secrets, all caught on tape for the very first time.
Access Granted: Supercarrier Photos
Inside the ship that is nearly as long as the Empire State building is tall, yet able to speed through the water at more than 30 knots, or 35 miles per hour. This floating American territory is one of the most complex machines on earth. »
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