A couple of reserve squadrons still use the P-3C.
There would still need to be some massive design changes (like gutting the inside of a kitchen reno) since the CP-140 seating arrangements and systems locations are different than the regular P-3.
We don't anymore. It got repealed within a few months.
The Australians (RAAF) and Kiwis (RNZAF) don't differentiate - it's just the RAF that does that.
To be clear, personally I don't see a reason to change (agreeing with @SupersonicMax here) but I just want to point out that not all AFs...
To further confuse things, like how you're not supposed to say the "Navy" part of Lt(N) - e.g. "Lieutenant Bloggins", not "Lieutenant Navy Bloggins", you're not supposed to say the "Acting" part either.
So, "Sub-Lieutenant blahblahblah", not "Acting Sub-Lieutenant blahblahblah".
Uh, they don't have TVs mounted to bulkheads in the CPFs? MCDVs have those in the Wardroom, C/POs, and Main Cave.
The idea of the Flex on TV is pretty cool though. Put up a nice screensaver of PAO shots from the deployment too.
Article talks about possible capability gaps in both RAN surface and sub-surface fleets due to program delays.
Hmm...where have I heard this before...:unsure: