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Aircraft Game: Battle for Air Supremacy in Multiplayer Mode



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"All were apprehensive about playing the game," referee JohnCahill said. "You could feel the wet spots on the floor. Ourprimary concern is with the student-athlete. The last thing we wantis any kid who's got a future in the game of basketball to beinjured as a result of this."


No. 9 Syracuse and No. 20 San Diego State are set to play Sundayafternoon on the USS Midway in San Diego. The game aboard theflight deck of the aircraft carrier was originally scheduled forFriday night, but moved back because of a strong chance of rain andwind.


Two NNS shipbuilders who are military veterans will receive special recognition during the game. Shipbuilders Famatta Cole and Bill McCormick worked on USS Abraham Lincoln when it was at NNS for its midlife refueling and complex overhaul (RCOH) from 2013 to 2017. Both Cole and McCormick served in the Navy prior to joining HII.


McCormick served 20 years in the Navy as a radioman, which included tours of duty in three strike groups led by NNS-built aircraft carriers: USS Nimitz (CVN 68), USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) and USS George Washington (CVN 73).


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As America recognizes the 100-year legacy of aircraft carriers this year, all aircraft carriers operating in the U.S. Navy fleet today were built at NNS. In August, HII celebrated the ceremonious keel-laying of the next Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier, Enterprise (CVN 80). Enterprise is the first of a two-carrier block buy for the Navy, with work also underway at NNS on the second, Doris Miller (CVN 81).


"When we played a game on the deck of an aircraft carrier just over 10 years ago to help honor Veteran's Day, we thought it might be a once-in-a-lifetime type of experience," MSU Head Coach Tom Izzo said. "I know our team, our players, our coaches and staff and Michigan State Athletics is very excited about getting the opportunity to play a tremendous program like Gonzaga on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln and honoring all of those who serve in our military. This game is big for our program, for Michigan State University, and for the Big Ten Conference."


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But if future games on big Navy ships are going to rely on a series of logistical stars coming together in alignment to even play in places like San Diego, why not try it at the biggest naval base there is?


Games in Jacksonville for the Navy-Marine Corps Classic in 2012 (aboard the smaller amphibious landing ship USS Wasp, which is also based in Norfolk) were called off because the floor became too wet due to condensation, something Smith was worried could be an issue in Hampton Roads. Those player safety issues would lead to carrier games going on the shelf, and the Armed Forces Classic being played indoors the last several years.


Stories like that one from Kriebel illustrate why college basketball either needs to abolish the trend of holding aircraft carrier games Veteran's Day weekend or address the issues with the games that have emerged. Both Michigan State and North Carolina opted to finish the inaugural game last November despite treacherous court conditions, but the combination of wind, rain and condensation wreaked havoc on this year's three follow-up efforts.


One didn't start: The matchup between Ohio State and Marquette was canceled about an hour after it was supposed to tip off Friday night in Charleston, S.C., because condensation made the court too slick. Another didn't finish: Organizers called the game between Florida and Georgetown at halftime Friday night in Jacksonville because the floor had also become too wet.


A San Diego State team that relies on its perimeter game was 1 of 18 from 3-point range and 14 of 33 from the foul line. Syracuse shot a bit more respectably only because it passed up open jump shots in favor of attacking the rim. The shooting was bad enough that the pro-Aztecs crowd erupted when freshman Winston Shepard sank the game's first free throw midway through the first half after San Diego State badly missed its first four attempts.


Mike Whalen, the promoter of last year's Michigan State-North Carolina game and this year's Marquette-Ohio State matchup, told USA Today his company still plans to hold a game next year in South Carolina and that he has received calls from interested schools as recently as Saturday. Rick Schloss, who helped run Sunday's San Diego State-Syracuse matchup, said Sunday that organizers will evaluate in the coming months whether there's sufficient interest for a second Battle of the Midway.


Said Boeheim, "I'm glad we came. I'd play in this event again. ... We wanted to play here and give the players this experience, and I'm glad we did. I think it's something people should consider doing. It's a great experience. If you play 31 games, you wouldn't want to play seven or eight of these games, but to play one game, it's not going to hurt you."


One obvious solution is starting games in the afternoon so that temperatures are warmer and condensation is less of an issue. Another is finding warm-weather host cities where wind and rain is scarce even in November. And lastly, there's the importance of creating a contingency plan so that a game doesn't get canceled if it drizzles.


Organizers were supposed to build a second auxiliary court below the deck of the USS Carl Vinson last year in case rain jeopardized the Michigan State-North Carolina contest. They didn't do it, but they lucked out when sheets of rain held off until 45 minutes after the game ended.


The inaugural game provided picturesque views, huge TV ratings and lasting memories for the players, coaches and military servicemen aboard the ship. As a result of valid concerns about player safety and the quality of play in blustery conditions, however, the novelty has quickly worn thin this year.


Basketball is back on the water. For the first time since 2012, the sport will feature a game played on an aircraft carrier as Gonzaga and Michigan State have finalized plans to revive the concept. The schools announced the matchup on Wednesday. The game will be played on Nov. 11 in honor of Veterans Day on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln off the coast of San Diego.


It could be a game between two ranked teams. Gonzaga is a lock to be ranked highly in the first week of the season. Mark Few's team sits at No. 1 in CBS Sports' offseason Top 25 And 1, while Michigan State is 25th. ESPN will carry the game, which will air in primetime on the East Coast and have a local tip-off in the late afternoon under the San Diego sun.


The Spartans and Bulldogs, who had to arrange the game with the help of the United States government and the Navy, will be the sixth pairing of college basketball teams to play a game on an aircraft carrier.


The previous five were part of the "Carrier Classic" series in 2011 and 2012. Michigan State's game against North Carolina on Nov. 11, 2011, in San Diego was the first of its kind and even had President Barack Obama aboard. On Nov. 9, 2012, Florida and Georgetown met on an aircraft carrier off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida. Their game was canceled at halftime, as condensation caused by humidity made the court too slippery. The same conditions also led to the cancellation of Marquette-Ohio State that same day off the coast of South Carolina. Two days later, on Nov. 11, 2012, Syracuse and San Diego State completed a game on the USS Midway off the coast of San Diego.


The ambitious concept of playing a basketball game on a huge ship was equal parts celebrated and derided. With games being canceled due to weather conditions, it became accepted as a fun-but-failed experiment. Until now.


Holding games on aircraft carriers is not expected to be an annually revived concept, a source tells CBS Sports. The opportunity arose for Michigan State and Gonzaga, and given Tom Izzo's Spartans program was previously involved in a similar game, the schools pursued this opportunity with cautious optimism. Every precautionary effort will be put into avoiding any kind of weather impacting the game.


With this matchup finalized, the Michigan State-Gonzaga tilt will be one of two men's college basketball games on Nov. 11 held in abnormal venues. Wisconsin will also play Stanford at the Milwaukee Brewers' home baseball park that night. The 2022-23 college basketball season begins on Monday, Nov. 7.


The Nov. 11 game is the first one to be held on an aircraft carrier deck in a decade. Gonzaga and Michigan State will be only the sixth ever college basketball game played on such a ship. The Armed Forces Classic only started in 2012. A similar match up, the Carrier Classic, hosted games on carriers in 2011 (the inaugural event on the USS Carl Vinson) and 2012, but ended after that year, and until 2022, so did games on carriers.


War Thunder can't be considered as an awesome simulation of all-out war if not for the availability of dogfighting or aerial forces. Those are essentially the cavalry of the modern world--fast, elevated, and majestic. Needless to say, aircraft, typically fighter planes, bombers, and helicopters, play a vital role in War Thunder.


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