The U.S. Navy’s newest aircraft carrier isn’t ready for warfare. The $12.9 billion USS Gerald R. Ford -- the most expensive warship ever built -- may struggle to launch and recover aircraft, mount a defense and move munitions, according to the Pentagon’s top weapons tester. On-board systems for those tasks have poor or unknown reliability issues, according to a June 28 memo obtained by Bloomberg News. July 20.
A chart for the current New Moon of July 4 drawn for Washington DC will help explain this fiasco. Notice that the New Moon which forms a T-square with Pluto and the TNP Zeus (the military)  straddles the meridian.
The New Moon [13cn] is conjunct the star Canopus, alpha Argo Navis – the Celestial Ship. It is opposite Pluto [16cp] which in turn is conjunct the stars of the Archer and the Eagle. These figures combine to produce the image depicted above. In a previous post  we have shown how the image is a perfect symbol for a military aircraft. Now if we combine Canopus with the Archer and the Eagle do we not have the aircraft carrier! The TNP Kronos  is linked to fame and the TNP Hades  to mistakes and messy situations. Since these are conjunct the Canopus New Moon we have the suggestion that a top of the line aircraft carrier has a whole lot of mistakes in its design.