Watch: Dramatic Launch of Navy’s New Ship – the USS Billings (Video)

Everybody must know that America does not play games!

That’s why you do not mess with America unless you want to feel the full power of the U.S. Navy!

Epic video of a new U.S. Navy ship being launched sideways into Lake Michigan has gone viral. Watch the video below!

The Navy slid the U.S.S. Billings into the water at a skew angle from a shipyard near the Wisconsin-Michigan border, according to Fox News Insider.

The $300 million, 3,900-ton ship was named for Montana’s largest city.

It was designed to locate and disarm mines and fight against enemy submarines.

The Billings’ launching did raise eyebrows, however, after it was christened with a simple $8 bottle of wine.

Sharla Tester, the wife of Sen. Jon Tester, broke the bottle over the bow shortly before it hit the Great Lakes water.

The Testers joined Billings Mayor Tom Hanel and two city council members for the launch.

Watch more below:

It will be a great ship. It will be a really, really great ship. It will be the best ship Billings has ever had!

That is what our tax money is for! Not for vacations, not for illegals, not for refugees, not for giving rise to politicians, not for retirements for politicians, all should be cut in half if not removed, it is for our security, it is for our roads, it is for helping America and her people.

God bless America!

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Alex D.

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