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Errmmm, about your carrier, trek, I'd like to point out that the Typhoon is not a carrier-borne jet like the Rafale or Hornet, or is it one in TTL? Also I thought you'd be putting in some VLS since you have the RAM which appeared in the 90's.
Sadly concur. Having been onboard CDG I can say the Rafale is a good bit of kit, but you have a better airframe: go for the JSF - then show the world how Britannia triumphs...
I'm quite sure that this is incorrect. There have been loads of examples of this (HMS Victoria being the obvious one). The only reason that KG5 was so named was because his son (the nice one, not the naughty one) didn't want a ship named after him and therefore named it after his father.
In fact, I actually think there was a tradition of naming the first new class of warships in a reign after the new monarch. HMS King Edward VIII and so on...
Quite correct the first major Capital ship in a monarch's reign is named in honor thereof. In the case of the KGV, King George VI skirted the issue by naming the lead ship after his father, Prince of Wales in honor of his brother's former title, and Duke of York in honor of his own thus honoring all three but only specifying his father.
gaiasabre11 In TTL the Typhoon is indeed also available in a navalized and in a two-seater Strike-bomber version, which is also used by the FAA. Also I just noticed I forgot the CIWS systems. No VLS, we have the cruisers and Destroyers for that.
Le Jones said:Sadly concur. Having been onboard CDG I can say the Rafale is a good bit of kit, but you have a better airframe: go for the JSF - then show the world how Britannia triumphs...
Well, the CDG got some VLS, so I thought you'll go for it.
Anyways if you're going to say my Rafale is goint to lose to JSF I will tell you that I'm planning on writing a new AAR, where the Rafale will be kicking some nuts...
Looking forward to it - the Rafale is a good aircraft but there are better out there...
Well, the new AAR I'm talking about is still far from ready, yet when I say kicking nuts I mean something like 2 Rafales incapacitating a whole CVBG. Any thing like that in your mind, trek?