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A Better Option for Britain’s Security

November 27, 2010


Author: Alexander Clarke Executive Summary This paper examines the alternative way ahead for the procurement of a multirole fast jet fighter for embarkation in the new Queen Elizabeth class carrier. Britain is buying 2 large and capable carriers, ships the size and quality of which it will have real need for in the […]

Is there a possibility for Amphibiosity in coversion?

November 27, 2010


Author: Alexander Clarke Concept A good fast containership hull would be an economical starting point for a new generation aircraft carrier. The hull of a containership is open and empty, so naval architects can fit in accommodation, fuel tanks, magazines and hangar decks, and on top of it all, the flight deck needed for an […]