Royal Dale Navy Air Fleet
|Royal Dale Navy Air Fleet|
|Founded||9 June 2011|
|Country||Kingdom of the Dale Empire|
|Motto||Nowhere Is Safe Now|
|Commander in Chief||King Danny Clarke I|
The Royal Dale Navy Air Fleet is the commanding body of all aircraft and helicopters on board any and all ships of the Royal Dale Navy and is true evidence of the connection between the Royal Dale Air Force and the Royal Dale Navy.
Due to some economic problems within the Dale Empire there is no RC (Remote Controlled) air fleet for the carriers but the Royal Family is very hopeful to get an aircraft for the fleet as having nearly two-three carriers and no aircraft is a short-fall for a Naval Air Fleet.
CMS Goldsworth (Helicopter Carrier)
Actually being a prototype and awaiting its a refit to make its flight deck waterproof. Launched on the 13th June 2011 by the Royal Dale Family. There were plans, instigated by King Danny Clarke I, for a front section to be added to the Goldsworth to make it the same length as its sister ships. However, on the 20th June 2011 it was decided by King Clarke this plan would be cancelled because of cost and it was deemed unnecessary for the carrier to be upgraded when not required, the flight deck already being a good size.
- First Helicopter Carrier
- First of Class
CMS Dale (Helicopter Carrier)
Larger than its sister ship CMS Goldsworth and Flagship of the Royal Dale Navy, however at present it does not hold this position due to it being in for a refit. This refit is because of a leak caused during a buoyancy test. This was fixed after the entire rear section of the vessel was scrapped and rebuilt.
CMS King Clarke (Helicopter Carrier)
The same size as CMS Dale, CMS King Clarke is named after the current King of the Dale Empire and is expected to be the same in shape, capability and appearance as CMS Dale. However, on the 19th June 2011 it was revealed that the construction of the vessel would be cancelled as it was seen as useless unless or until the Royal Dale Navy the navy had a well planned air fleet with surplus to make use of the vessel.