After seven months at sea and over 2,000 missions launched against Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria, the USS Harry S Truman aircraft carrier recently arrived at a Greek island, Crete.
The 1,096-feet aircraft carrier which is as long as the 102-storey Empire State Building in New York City is tall and with a 4.5-acre flight deck, is due back home in Norfolk, Virginia in mid-July.
The city at sea -- as the modern super carrier is widely referred to -- is home to 5,500 crew members.
In a series of photographs, Reuters photographer Baz Ratner captured the USS Harry S Truman from the inside. Scroll below to see:
F/A-18 fighter jet takes off from the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.
A military personnel is seen next to fighter jets on the USS Harry S. Truman aircraft carrier.
US Navy sailors attach ammunition to a F/A-18 fighter jet before a mission on the flight deck.
US Navy sailors sort mail in the hangar on the aircraft carrier.
A US Navy sailor visits the shop on board the aircraft carrier.
US Navy sailors gets a hair cut at the barber shop on board the aircraft carrier.
A portrait of United States President Barack Obama is seen in the barber shop.
US Navy sailors rest on the aircraft carrier.
A pilot waits in his squadron room on board the aircraft carrier. A poster of Tom Cruise-starrer film 'Top Gun' can be seen in the background.
A US navy sailor has his picture taken in a studio on to the aircraft carrier.
It has Starbucks coffee outlet on board.
US Navy sailors work out in a gym on board the aircraft carrier.
A Captain America action figure is seen on board the aircraft carrier.
Navy F/A-18 pilot Commander Higgins from the VFA-83 Squadron also known as the "Rampagers" climbs in to his plane before a mission, on the aircraft carrier.
A US Navy E-2C Hawkeye lands on the aircraft carrier.