The All Under Heaven-class Super Carrier is the second largest aircraft carrier in the Enterprise-Connecticut Division of the AIF, and one of the most widely known for their poetic names.
During the early stages of the AIF, the ECD was relatively low on power in terms of aircraft carriers, Fleet Admiral Preston J. Cole decided to put in the designs from the Gerald R. Ford-class and use them in the AIF. After working for a few months, he designed a proper hull and decent placing for weapon systems and aircraft. Soon ten of them were immedialty put into production to increase the EDC's fighter power. Once completed, Cole realised that they had not given a name for the first vessel. He decided to name it All Under Heaven, given the carrier's first captain was interested in Poetry. The name was chosen, and the other carriers following it were given poetic names also.
The overall ship and hull have a large resemblence to the Gerald R. Ford-class from the United States Navy, as that is where the insparation came from. There are several runways on the deck, along with multiple mounts for weapon systems. The bridge is far back behind the vessel, and a boubolus bow is on the front.
Ships in Class
|Ships in Class||Hull Number||Homeport|
|All Under Heaven||CVN-109||Arcadia Naval Port|
|Victory over Evil||CVN-110||Arcadia Naval Port|
|The Sword and the Shield||CVN-111||Arcadia Naval Port|
|From Dusk to Dawn||CVN-112||Arcadia Naval Port|
|To Be or Not to Be||CVN-113||Arcadia Naval Port|
|The Final Frontier||CVN-114||Arcadia Naval Port|
|The Illiad and the Odyssey||CVN-115||Arcadia Naval Port|
|Reaching Towards Hope||CVN-116||Arcadia Naval Port|
|Nelson's Victory||CVN-117||Arcadia Naval Port|
|Forward Unto the Breack||CVN-118||Arcadia Naval Port|
|All Under the Angels||CVN-119||Arcadia Naval Port|