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Now that we have wake for air refueling tankers, is ED planning to add the Burble effect to the carrier? Maybe the paid carrier that is dependent on wind strength and direction? Adding another challenge to landing on the Boat.

 

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Does this happen all the time or does it depend on weather conditions?

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Does this happen all the time or does it depend on weather conditions?

 

I guess it would happen most prominently when the carrier is going fast into the wind, giving the maximum amount of headwind over the deck.

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Does this happen all the time or does it depend on weather conditions?

 

As long as the carrier is moving it happens, AFAIK. The particular strength of the burble depends on the shape of the island superstructure itself.

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A little late to the conversation, but 😛

According to F/A-18 pilots, the burble is most pronounced when there is little to no headwind, and the carrier is running at higher speed to compensate for the lack of headwind.

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