Aircraft Carriers

For Microsoft Flight Simulator

Supercarrier Pro

Welcome aboard the first Studio-Level Functional Aircraft Carrier Pack for MSFS.

At Miltech Simulations, we have been developing the necessary tech for functional Aircraft Carriers for the past three years. This product is the result of extensive research and development of proprietary tech to enable all the real-life systems and operations that you may find in US and in international Aircraft Carriers.


UK Carrier Strike Group

A UK Carrier Strike Group is a collection of naval assets from the United Kingdom, led by a Queen Elizabeth-Class aircraft carrier, that are organized and deployed with the goal of conducting a wide range of military operations at sea, including power projection, strike warfare, and maritime security operations.  

A Carrier Strike Group from the United Kingdom typically consists of a Queen Elizabeth-Class Aircraft Carrier, two Type 23 Frigates and two Type 45 Destroyers, along with a fleet of F-35Bs Fighters, Wildcats, Chinooks and Merlin helicopters.


Amphibious Ready Group

An Amphibious Ready Group of the United States Navy consists of a naval element - group of Warships, and a landing force – fleet of aircraft. Together, these elements and supporting units are trained, organized and equipped to perform amphibious operations, such as offensive coastal landings, but have been used in the past for humanitarian, MedVac and transport missions.

Our Amphibious Ready Group Product includes USS America, USS San Antonio, USNS Mercy, USS Lewis B. Puller and USS Virginia, 16 locations around the world


USS Lexington

USS Lexington, nicknamed "Lady Lex", was the name ship of her class of two aircraft carriers built for the United States Navy during the 1920s. Originally designed as a battlecruiser, she was converted into one of the Navy's first aircraft carriers during construction to comply with the terms of the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922. The ship entered service in 1928 and was assigned to the Pacific Fleet for her entire career. Lexington participated in World War II, sinking during the Battle of the Coral Sea. Experience Lady Lex during her 1942 configuration.

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