Based on the world record nomination from America Records Institute (AMRI) and Decision No. WK/USA.INDIA/764/2021/No.220, World Records Union (WorldKings) officially declared USS Enterprise CVN-65 as the world’s first nuclear-powered aircraft carrier on October 26th, 2021.
Like her predecessor (USS Enterprise (CV-6)) of World War II fame, she is nicknamed "Big E". At 1,123 feet (342 m), she is the longest naval vessel ever built. Her 93,284-long-ton (94,781 t) displacement ranks her as the 12th-heaviest carrier, after the ten carriers of the Nimitz class and USS Gerald R. Ford. Enterprise had a crew of some 4,600 service members.
CVN-65 was originally designed for a service life of 25 years. The service life was lengthened due to timely maintenance and proper upkeep. The ship’s hull design is a modification of the Forestall-Class carriers. The ship initially featured a typical square island that was used to support phased-array radars and electronic warfare systems. These were replaced in 1980.
The only ship of her class, Enterprise was, at the time of inactivation, the third-oldest commissioned vessel in the United States Navy after the wooden-hulled USS Constitution and USS Pueblo. She was inactivated on 1 December 2012, and officially decommissioned on 3 February 2017, after over 55 years of service. She was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register the same day.
The name has been adopted by the future Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVN-80).
According to en.wikipedia and naval-technology.com