This is the USS Ronald Reagan—the ninth of the Nimitz-class nuclear-powered supercarriers—cruising the Pacific Ocean. But instead of having combat jets all over her deck, it's packed with cars facing a single F-18. Why are they doing there?
Those are sailor's vehicles. The ship is now changing port, going to Naval Base Kitsap—a U.S. Navy base on the Kitsap Peninsula, Washington—for a Dock-Planned Incremental Availability maintenance. There, she will be dry-docked and get upgrades to combat, defense, navigation and other ship components.
Notice the single F-18 facing the cars. [Flickr]