An Inside Look at Life Aboard the USS George H.W. Bush and the Fight Against ISIS

ABC News’ Martha Raddatz and team recently took an inside look at life aboard the key American aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf as it executes its mission against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

They left Norfolk in February and probably didn’t expect to be carrying out air strikes nearly a year later. From bomb building and serving 18,000+ meals each day to launching jets every 55 seconds and landing them every three minutes, this video provides great insight to what our U.S. Navy sailors are doing while deployed.

Check it out here.