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Post subject: Re: Self-protecting CVAN 1955 conceptPosted: April 18th, 2018, 8:54 pm
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@Miho yeah, almost all in-hull space under the waterline between the talos launchers and near the propellers is missile magazine.

@Hood will look into it, I am pondering to add more aircraft top views in the future too. Curiously, the one aircraft with a different window colour is the one I drew myself, me being an sucker (or just being used to it) for the old standard colour. We should probably do an review of that soon, introduce a new standard or rule or something :P

Thanks for the praise to the other guys here ;) I hope I did her lunacy justice!

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Post subject: Re: Self-protecting CVAN 1955 conceptPosted: May 1st, 2018, 4:31 am
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she looks french ;)

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Post subject: Re: Self-protecting CVAN 1955 conceptPosted: September 6th, 2018, 1:06 am
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This would have been a US version of the KIEV but much more powerful.

Thank you for fleshing out the tantalizing drawing in the Friedman book.

I would love to add a model of this to my collection of 1/1200 waterline ships.

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