Had some guys go throw some flags and tires around Rota International and draw the rough shape of an Essex class CV. Included are a farp for the bridge.
The goals pretty simple, get your non-carrier based ww2 fighter off the 'deck.' There's even a 20 knot headwind (on the deck, maybe closer to 30 on the airfield) to give you a bit of oomph off the ground. Beware that will go up to 40 knots with a little altitude. This is really just for practicing takeoffs.
Is it perfect? No, but it might hold over your curiosity for a few hours while we sit here waiting for the Corsair, which, once out, I will modify the airfield to be a closer stand-in for the ship so people can practice ground based training where I plan on using Christen Eagle IIs as stand-ins for N3Ns.
- P-47, just one variant
- P-51, just one variant
- Spit, just one variant
- CE II