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It certainly is. ViperhawkZ (talk) 13:30, October 30, 2012 (UTC)
American Companies[edit source]
ViperhawkZ, here is a list of aircraft manufacturers that existed at the time of the Second American Civil War, this should help you in defining what the UAPR's aerospace companies are composed of. Judge King (talk) 16:32, November 26, 2013 (UTC)
- Atlantic Aircraft: Hasbrouck, New Jersey
- Avco Corporation: Wilmington, Delaware
- Beechcraft Corporation - Wichita, Kansas
- Bell Aircraft: Buffalo, New York
- Berliner-Joyce Aircraft: Alexandria, Virginia
- Boeing: Seattle, Washington
- Brewster Aeronautical Corporation - Long Island City, New York
- Cessna Aircraft Company: Wichita, Kansas
- Consolidated Aircraft: Buffalo, New York
- Curtiss-Wright: Buffalo, New York
- Douglas: Santa Monica, California
- Fairchild: Farmingdale, New York
- Glen L. Martin Company: Santa Ana, California
- Grumman: Bethpage, New York
- Hughes Aircraft Company: Glendale, California
- Lockheed Corporation: Burbank, California
- McDonnell Aircraft: St. Louis, Missouri
- North American Aviation: Inglewood, California
- Northrop Corporation: Hawthorne, California
- Rockwell Collins - Cedar Rapids, Iowa
- Ryan Aeronautical - San Diego, California
- Seversky Aviation: Farmingdale, New York
- Sikorsky Aircraft: Stratford, Connecticut
- Vought: East Hartford, Connecticut
The True North: Strong and Free status[edit source]
Also maybe the RN task force could have a somewhat more realistic composition like this:
- HMS Formidable (NR-11)
- HMS Thunderchild (DN-25)
- HMS Excelsior (CM XXX)
- HMS Hotspur (DM 101)
- HMS Fearless (DM 134)
- HMS Euryalus (FM 229)
- HMS Battleaxe (FM 236)
- HMS Audacity (SN 128)
- RFA Wave Knight
- RFA Wave Rider
AAO Chapter URLs[edit source]
Since the Paradox Interactive forums moved to using Xenforo, we're going to have to change alot of references to make the links to various AAO chapters work. Judge King (talk) 20:04, March 31, 2015 (UTC)