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PostSubject: Confirmed GPEO Naval Ships   Fri Mar 01, 2013 12:27 am

Below shows the ships the GPEO would have due to locations and times of ship construction and historical factors playing key roles from the time GPEO entered the VR-World. The ships listed are confirmed (or unconfirmed) based on factual data supporting such claims. As more research is done, more ships will be added if they are confirmed to have been in the correct locations at the right times given historical data.

Carriers:
CV-60 Saratoga (Lost Communication/MIA)
CV-61 Ranger (Lost Communication/MIA)
CV-62 Independence
CV-64 Constellation
CVN-65 Enterprise
CV-67 John F. Kennedy
CVN-73 George Washington
CVN-74 John C. Stennis (Acquired from Battle of Seattle while it was undergoing maintenance, CVW-9 fought against GPEO)
CVN-76 Ronald Reagan (Was FSXF, bombed in Rev War, To VMC, signed to GPEO by VMC upon their disbandment)

Missile Cruisers:
CGN-09 Long Beach         (Found Abandoned in WA) Scheduled To Uatia
CG-30 Horne                (Rescued from planned target exercise, HI)
CG-47 Ticonderoga        (Found Abandoned)
CG-48 Yorktown            (Rescued from Scrap yard in WA)
CG-49 Vincennes              (Rescued from Scrap yard in WA)
CG-51 Thomas S. Gates  (Rescued from Scrap yard in WA)
CG-58 Philippine Sea       (Recovered from Mayport NAS while in port)
CG-60 Normandy            (Recovered from Norfolk)
CG-61 Monterey             (Recovered from Mayport NAS)
CG-63 Cowpens              (Was part of Fleet of CVN-73)
CG-66 Hué City               (Was part of Fleet of CV-65)
CG-69 Vicksburg              (Was part of Fleet of CV-65)

Laalam - Toires
Pete Namlook - Trip 6
Makyo - Shrigara (Alaap, Gat, Dub, Om)
Frederik Ohr - Return

Destroyers:
DDG-02 Charles F. Adams  (Found Abandoned in PA)
DD-60 (DDG-05) Sluys         (Recovered in Iran)
DD-777 (DDG-07) Zellars      (Saved from scrapping in Iran)
DD-780 (DDG-09) Stormes   (Recovered in Iran)
DD-971 David R. Ray         (Rescued from planned target exercise, WA)
DD-979 Conolly                (Rescued from planned target exercise, PA)
DD-985 Cushing               (Rescued from planned target exercise, HI)
DD-987 O'Bannon             (Rescued from planned target exercise, VA)
DD-992 Fletcher               (Rescued from planned target exercise, HI)
DD-968 Arthur W. Radford (Rescued from scuttling)
DDG-60 Paul Hamilton        (Rescued from planned target exercise, HI)
DDG-64 Carney                (Liberated at Mayport FL)
DDG-68 The Sullivans        (Liberated at Mayport FL)
DDG-88 Preble                  (Recovered with the CVN-74)
DDG-92 Momsen                (Liberated after The Battle for Seattle)
DDG-93 Chung-Hoon          (Liberated after The Battle for Hawaii)
DDG-94 Nitze                    (Liberated from Norfolk VA)
DDG-95 James E. Williams    (Liberated from Norfolk VA)
DDG-98 Forrest Sherman      (Liberated from Norfolk VA)
DDG-99 Farragut              (Liberated from Norfolk VA)
DDG-103 Truxtun             (Acquired before delivery to service)
DDG-104 Sterett                (Acquired before delivery to service)
DDG-105 Dewey               (Acquired after Launch)
DDG-106 Stockdale           (Christened by GPEO)
DDG-107 Gravely              (Acquired during construction)
DDG-108 Wayne E. Meyer (Acquired during construction)
DDG-109 Jason Dunham       (Constructed by GPEO)
DDG-110 William P. Lawrence (Constructed by GPEO)
DDG-111 Spruance                   (Constructed by GPEO)
DDG-112 Michael Murphy       (Constructed by GPEO)

Frigates:
FFG-28 Boone (Acquired in Mayport NAS)
FFG-29 Stephen W. Groves  (Acquired in Mayport NAS)
FFG-32 John L. Hall (Acquired in Mayport NAS)
FFG-33 Jarrett (Acquired from USN before sold off)
FFG-36 Underwood (Handed over to us by USN after it decommissioning in Mayport)
FFG-37 Crommelin (Handed over to us by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-38 Curtis (Handed over to us by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-39 Doyle (Commissioned by GPEO after 2011 USN decommissioning)
FFG-40 Halyburton (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-41 McClusky (Delivered by USN January 2015 upon its decommissioning)
FFG-42 Klakring (To be commissioned by GPEO after USN decommissioning)
FFG-47 Nicholas (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-48 Vandegrift (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in March 2015)
FFG-50 Taylor (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in May 2015)
FFG-51 Gary (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in August 2015)
FFG-52 Carr (Commissioned by us after USN decommissioning 3/15/13)
FFG-53 Hawes (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-54 Ford (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-55 Elrod (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in January 2015)
FFG-56 Simpson (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in August 2015)
FFG-57 Reuben James (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)
FFG-58 Samuel B. Roberts (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in May 2015)
FFG-59 Kauffman (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in September 2015)
FFG-60 Rodney M. Davis (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning in March 2015)
FFG-61 Ingraham (Delivered by USN upon its decommissioning)

Singapore Built Stealth Frigates (Upgraded to High Speed Magnojet Propulsion):
RSS/FFGM-68 Formidable
RSS/FFGM-69 Intrepid
RSS/FFGM-70 Steadfast
RSS/FFGM-71 Tenacious
RSS/FFGM-72 Stalwart
RSS/FFGM-73 Supreme

Malaysian Frigates:
KD/FFG-29 Hang Jebat
KD/FFG-30 Lekiu

Nuclear Submarines:
SSN-677 Drum (Recovered from storage in WA)
SSN-688 Los Angeles (Acquired from USN before recycling process, and re-commissioned)
SSN-690  Philadelphia (Recovered as it waited for Recycling in CT)
SSN-691 Memphis (Recovered after USN Decommissioning in 2012)
SSN-692 Omaha (Recovered from Recycling Process in WA)
SSN-963 Cincinnati (Recovered from Recycling in WA)
SSN-694 Groton (Recovered from Recycling in WA)
SSN-695 Birmingham (Recovered from Recycling in WA)
SSN-696 New York City (Recovered from Recycling in WA)
SSN-697 Indianapolis (Recovered from Recycling in Pearl HI)
SSN-708 Minneapolis-Saint Paul (Recovered from Recycling in HI)
SSN-709 Hyman G. Rickover (Rescued from Dismantling CT)
SSN-710 Augusta (Saved from Recycling in Norfolk VA)
SSN-711 San Francisco (Liberated while undergoing repairs in Pearl HI)
SSN-713 Houston (Liberated while undergoing radioactive leakage patch work in HI)
*SSN-714 Norfolk (Acquired from USN upon its decommissioning in 2014)
SSN-716 Salt Lake City (Recovered from planned Recycling in WA)
SSN-721 Chicago (Given to us by USN, delivered to Guam in 2012)
SSN-722 Key West (Given to us by USN, delivered to Guam in 2012)
SSN-723 Oklahoma City (Recovered during overhaul  in CT)
SSN-724 Louisville (Liberated during overhaul in WA)
SSN-725 Helena (Given to us by VMC after their disbandment)
SSGN-726 Ohio (Seized from FSXF as it attempted to dock in Guam in early 2008)
SSGN-727 Michigan (Given to us by USN in 2009, delivered to Guam)
SSGN-728 Florida (Recovered from Kings Bay while being upgraded in 2008)
SSGN-729 Georgia (Recovered from Kings Bay while being upgraded in 2008)
SSBN-732 Alaska (Recovered during its ERO in VA)
SSBN-733 Nevada (Liberated while in port after battle of Seattle WA)
SSBN-737 Kentucky (Liberated while in port in WA)
SSN-751 San Juan (Liberated while in dry dock in CT)
SSN-753 Albany (Recovered while in port, in VA)
SSN-754 Topeka (Given to us by VMC upon their disbanding)
SSN-755 Miami (Recovered while in port, CT)
SSN-758 Ashville (Given to us by VMC upon their disbanding)
SSN-759 Jefferson City (Given to us by VMC upon their disbanding)

Singapore Submarines:
SS-001 Challenger
SS-002 Conqueror
SS-003 Centurion
SS-004 Chieftain

Ballistic Missile Submarines:
SSBN-635 Sam Rayburn (Training ship in S-Carolina)

Troop Transports and other Cargo Ships:
LSD-28 Thomaston [300 Troops] (Acquired from USN before scrapping)
LSD-31 Point Defiance [300 Troops] (Acquired from USN before scrapping)
LSD-35 Monticello [300 Troops] (Rescued from live exercise)
LSD-36 Anchorage [330 Troops] (Rescued from live exercise)
LSD-40 Fort Fisher [330 Troops] (Rescued from live exercise)
LSD-49 Harpers Ferry [504 Troops] (Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LSD-52 Pearl Harbor  [504 Troops] (Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)

LPH-10 Tripoli  [2,157 Troops] (Recovered after battle of Hawaii)
LPH-11 New Orleans [2,157 Troops] (Recovered after battle of Hawaii)

LHD-02 Essex [3 LCAC - 1,894 Troops - 22 V-22‘s](Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LHD-03 Kearsarge [3 LCAC - 1,894 Troops - 22 V-22‘s](Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LHD-04 Boxer [3 LCAC - 1,894 Troops - 22 V-22‘s](Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LHD-06 Bonhomme Richard [3 LCAC - 1,894 Troops - 22 V-22‘s](Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LHD-08 Makin Island [3 LCAC - 1,894 Troops - 22 V-22‘s](Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)

LHA-01 Tarawa [2,000 Troops] (Donated to us upon the VMC’s disbandment)
LHA-02 Saipan [1,855 Troops] (Found abandoned in PA)
LHA-06 America [1,871 Troops] (Constructed by IMC)

LPD-04 Austin [930 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Rescued before it was scrapped in TX, 2008)
LPD-05 Ogden [930 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Taken off the hands of the USN before being sold for scrap)
LPD-06 Duluth [930 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Found abandoned after the Liberation of Hawaii)
LPD-07 Cleveland [840 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (USN delivered it to us in HI)
LPD-08 Dubuque [840 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LPD-09 Denver [900 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Delivered to us after VMC’s disbandment)
LPD-10 Juneau [930 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s] (Delivered to us in Hawaii after USN decommissioning)
LPD-11 Coronado [900 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Saved from life fire exercise)
LPD-12 Shreveport [900 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s]  (Found abandoned in PA)
LPD-13 Nashville [900 Troops - 6 CH-46‘s] (Acquired from the USN after its decommissioning)
LPD-22 San Diego [700-to-800 Troops] (Constructed by us in MS)
LPD-24 Arlington  [700-to-800 Troops] (Constructed by us in MS)

LST-1187 Tuscaloosa [286 Troops] (Found abandoned in HI)
LST-1190 Boulder  [400 Troops] (Found abandoned in HI)
LST-1191 Racine  [400 Troops] (Found abandoned in HI)
LST-1192 Spartanburg County  [400 Troops] (Acquired through Malaysian Navy)

LKA-113 Charleston [226 Troops] (Recovered from Most Ball Fleet in PA)
LKA-114 Durham [226 Troops] (Recovered from Most Ball Fleet in PA)
LKA-115 Mobile [226 Troops] (Recovered from Most Ball Fleet in PA)
LKA-116 St. Louis [226 Troops] (Recovered from Most Ball Fleet in PA)
LKA-117 El Paso [226 Troops] (Recovered from Most Ball Fleet in PA)

T-AKE-05 Robert E. Peary (Completed by VMC - Delivered upon VMC disbandment)
T-AKE-06 Amelia Earhart (Completed by VMC - Delivered upon VMC disbandment)
T-AKE-07 Carl Brashear (Built after VMC Disbandment - Completed by ISC in 2012)
T-AKE-08 Wally Schirra (Built after VMC Disbandment - Completed by ISC in 2012)
T-AKE-09 Matthew Perry (Construction completed by ISC in 2013)
T-AKE-10 Charles Drew (Construction completed by ISC in 2013)
T-AKE-11 Washington Chambers (Construction completed by ISC in 2014)
T-AKE-12 William McLean (Construction completed by ISC in 2014)
T-AKE-13 Medgar Evers (Scheduled for construction by ISC in 2015)
T-AKE-14 Cesar Chavez (Scheduled for construction by ISC in 2015)

Troop Transports (Singapore)
RSS/TT-207 Endurance [500 Troops, 18 Tanks]
RSS/TT-208 Resolution [500 Troops, 18 Tanks]
RSS/TT-209 Persistence [500 Troops, 18 Tanks]
RSS/TT-210 Endeavour [500 Troops, 18 Tanks]


To be Continued-


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PostSubject: Re: Confirmed GPEO Naval Ships   Fri Aug 15, 2014 1:01 am

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PostSubject: Re: Confirmed GPEO Naval Ships   Sat Oct 07, 2017 4:56 am

As more research into the history of GPEO continues, historical facts based on locations of ships during the time of the FSX Revolutionary War begin to surface, which cause conflicts with previously researched information, which continues to plague the paradox of the inventory of VMO's. Before any faction can actually do anything legitimately, these errors must be corrected. Below are carrier groups with ships that hold a higher chance of actually being part of the GPEO Naval Forces. Most valid are at the top.

Pre-Battle of Seattle

Carrier Strike Group Five (Influenced by GPEO)
CV-63 Kitty Hawk (With CVW-5 and VFA-192 returned SkyDragon's original unit)
CG-63 Cowpens
DDG-54 Curtis Wilbur
DDG-56 John S. McCain
DDG-62 Fitzgerald
DDG-82 Lassen
FFG-48 Vandegrift
SSN-713 Houston

CVN-69 Dwight D. Eisenhower (Mixed GPEO and USN CVW's) Ship was influenced by GPEO
LSD-48 Ashland (402 Marines + 102 surge)
CG-52 Bunker Hill
CG-68 Anzio
T-AE-34 Mount Baker (Munitions Ship)

Carrier Strike Group 12 (Africa Theater - South African Rogue Mercenary Squadron was stationed on board)
CVN-65 Enterprise (With CVW-1)
CG-64 Gettysburg
DDG-98 Forrest Sherman
DDG-95 James E. Williams
DDG-55 Stout
DDG-51 Arleigh Burke
SSN-690 Philadelphia
T-AOE-6 Supply (fast combat support ship)

After Battle of Hawaii
CG-54 Antietam (Influenced by GPEO while in Japan)
DDG-77 O'Kane (Liberated in Hawaii)
DDG-60 Paul Hamilton (Liberated in Hawaii)

After Battle of Seattle
Carrier Strike Group Three (Was FSXF until Battle of Seattle)
CVN-74 John C. Stennis (Liberated in Seattle - No CVW)
(The Stennis entered port in Bremerton Washington for its 6 month overhaul around a month before the Revolutionary War began. The GPEO liberated it during the Battle of Seattle)

CV-61 Ranger
CV-62 Independence
CV-64 Constellation

More will be added once more data is recovered-
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