Carriers hull on route

Discussion in 'The Fleet Air Arm' started by scouse, Oct 29, 2012.

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  1. No can categorically say that the POW will not be mothballed but will be welded to the arse end of the QE2.
    That way Camoron will be able to boast he has a bigger toy than either the Sceptics or the French gits and should be entitled not only to a seat at the top table, but also half a Chair for his symbiotic twin Clegg.
     
  2. The vessel will not be finished until 2016 at the earliest, and may not be ready for active service until 2020, well that remains to be seen, until then we shall just have to speculate as to its role and how the logistics of it being considered ready for delivery work out.
     
  3. You could be on a winner there!!!

    Weld ALL the sections of both carriers together, saving the spare bow and stern sections. (Good spares for when the skipper decides to shorten the ship by poor berthing!!!!) Then we should have a carrier even longer than any US carrier and Camaroon will be able to get his Guinness Book of Records badge/certificate for the longest carrier in the world!!!!

    The subsequent flight deck would remove the need for cats as it will be that fugging long a normal take off should be capable.:salut:
     
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  4. Should have been called H.M.S. Meccano or Lego!
     
  5. Perhaps when not operational it could be berthed on the Thames as an alternative 3rd runway.
     

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