The Indian Navy has revealed its secretive project for the past few months: three world-class nuclear carriers. Designated CVs-1,-2, and -3.
About this creation
Christened the INS Crimson Flow, Euroclydon, and the Guardian; these fine flat-tops are very modern aircraft carriers with three railgun batteries that provide AA and limited Anti-shipping defense. Equipped with hydraulic catapults and arrester gear to rapidly launch and recover aircraft. Outfitted with no fewer than 15 damage-control teams, the carriers can take pretty heavy damage and still keep going strong.
These ships carry 60 fighters and craft of various types. Nuclear propulsion drives these ladies for around a year or so without refueling. Both the A-1s and F-1s operate from this vessel.
Showing the coloration of the aircraft serving on board.