Talk:Concordia-class fleet carrier
New article on the Concordia line. If anyone has more to add to its history or whatever else you can contribute, please feel free to do so. I will be updating this article as time goes on. Thank you.
You need to rework the last line. It's speculation and just doesn't fit well with the article. I only glanced over the rest but think you may also need to fix some more of it up as well.
I agree. While the Midway class may have been developed as an economical replacement for the ageing fleet carriers, I doubt they would decomission the entire fleet of Concordias immediately.
The rest of the article seems okay, even if I don't like Americanisms, but that's just me. - Wedge009
The history might want to be rewritten a bit more though. I'm not sure how we should do these sometimes...do we include every single detail in a article like this or do we spread it out between individual ship articles? While I like the idea of having tons of info in one place, we have to organize it in a way that is useful to both us and anyone else wanting to buff up on WC history.
What is the source of the 28,000 tonne mass figure? As far as I know, there was never a mass stated for the Concordia class. -dragon1
I did a quick bit of looking last night and could not find a source for it. So it should probably be removed. --Dundradal 14:40, 28 May 2010 (UTC)
Done. - Wedge
Cut the following ships from the list, given their dubious status as Concordias and in some cases even as proper carriers:
- TCS Armageddon
- TCS Leyte Gulf
- TCS Liberty
- TCS Lincoln
- TCS Moskva (Destroyed)
- TCS Petrov
- TCS Saratoga
- TCS Verdun (Destroyed)
- TCS Viking
- TCS Viper (Destroyed)
- TCS Winterrowd (Destroyed)
- Bob 11:34, 21 August 2010 (CDT)