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Essex Class

Country: United States The Essex was developed from the Yorktown class of aircraft carrier. However the new designs were unencumbered with size limitations brought about by international naval treaties....

Fearless Class

Country: United KingdomThe amphibious assault ships of the Fearless Class were designed to enable heavy equipment such as tanks to be landed in support of helicopter-borne assaults by units of the...

Ferret

Shortly after the Second World War, the War Office issued a requirement for a new 4x4 scout car. The contract went to Daimler and although a new design, the lineage from their wartime designs is evident.Eventually...

Forrestal Class

Country: United States The Forrestal-Class of aircraft carriers were significantly larger than their predecessors, the Midway Class. This was because the US Navy stipulated that the same number of aircraft...

Foxtrot Class

Nationality: Soviet UnionThe Foxtrot Class is somewhat surprising as there were three distinct sub classes and production took place at two separate times. The three classes basically differ only in...

FV432

With the introduction into service of the first FV432 in 1963, the British Army received its first purpose built, fully tracked armoured personnel carrier. It was designed to replace the Saracen 6x6 wheeled...

Gearing Class

Country: United StatesThe late war Gearing Class design was based on the earlier Sumner Class and was essentially the same design but with an extra 14 feet of length to accommodate additional fuel capacity...

General Dynamics F-111F-CF

The origins of the F-111 lie in US government's attempt to replace both the US Navy’s Phantom and the US Air Force’s F-105 with two versions of one new aircraft. The resulting Tactical Fighter Experimental...

George Washington Class

Nationality: United StatesThe USS George Washington began life in the shipyards as Scorpion, a ‘Skipjack’ class SSN, but before completion it was cut in half and an additional 39.64m (130ft) section was...

Gloster Javelin FAW1

Intended to be the RAF’s first all-weather fighter the Gloster Javelin suffered a protracted development and shaky entry into service before going on to become one of the RAF’s most popular aircraft of...
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