Or at least, the USS Ford and the follow on ships in its class (two already started, one more contracted) are crap. The latest problem is sending the USS Ford back to drydock to completely rework the steam turbines that power the ship. It will be there for at least 3 months, further pushing back the ship's delivery date that has already been delayed for years and years. And that's on top of the extremely problematic electronic catapult and arresting system, its failure-ridden radar (which won't be used on the follow-on ships), and its mostly non-functioning weapon elevators. And to make matters worse, the Navy is strongly considering scrapping the USS Truman, a working carrier with lots of life still in it, to save money.