>>55487736>You're thinking about individual carriers; but nations are buying a total capacity of combat power and sortie generation. e.g. a big carrier might cost 50% more than a small one, but it launches double, triple, or quadruple the sorties.
But you got this on the other way.
They are actually costing 4 times more, to carry 50% more inventory (I exagerating the numbers for comidic purposes, but they are more true than your values).
Also, these things are gargantuan in size and costs billions of dollars plus years of work to be ready.
This means they are far too valuable, and the lost of just one carrier would be terrible for the american military as a whole. Imagine the repercution of a carrier being sunk by one of these new Mach-7 capable missile. head would roll.
And since one of the most basic rules of war if that if you have an asset that is so important, than you can't afford to lose it, then you are ding wrong.>Maybe it's cutting edge in Russia, so you feel the need to differentiate between noise and deception; but American definitions of jamming encompass primitive deception and "drifting" is seriously old school.
Never heard of the american tech putting drifting in the same basket.
If true, OP must keep this in mind when making his game.
I have no piece of information to give on this particular case.