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12:Armament

13:Targets

2017-11-20

00:Home

10:Aircrafts

20:Carriers

30:Bases

40:Maps

50:R.O.E.

60:Crews

70:More

80:Story

90:Missions

11:Weapons

12:Armament

13:Targets

13:Aerial

13:Land

13:Sea

13:Space

2017-11-20

BLANK MAIN

For reasons of  convenience, aircrafts in AAC receive an individual identification (ID) beyond a common name.  While some countries or industries used elaborate designation systems some didn't or the type number of a given aircraft didn't enter popular culture.  Aircrafts IDs are reproduced on the "Aircrafts-All" page but since this pure AAC list might be difficult for some to decypher, conversion tables are prepared for each major aircraft building nations

Aircrafts manufactured under license are generally referred to by their original designation.  This is not an exhaustive list of all British designed aircrafts, and aircrafts mentioned here are not all scheduled for inclusion in AAC.   Some are obvious, most are under scrutiny...

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