how do you name Kilrathi ships there names
and is there any easyer way of nameing kilrathi's
and can I make up Kilrathi Aces?
[O]bsessing over details [...] detracts from the story, instead of enhancing it. Sure, technology is an important factor in the WC universe, but ultimately it's the people that really matter.
"Machines don't fly themselves, Admiral." - Col. Blair, WC4
Does 'nar Kiranka' literally translate into English as Redclaw, or is Redclaw more of a honorable title or callsign, like referring to Todd Marshall as Maniac?
It seems that when the name is in english, the "nar" is lost. That Jalthi ace from WC1 is named Redclaw, and he is a cousin from Thrakkath's WC2 sidekick/would be assassin.
It seems that your history is a little deficient, I'm afraid.
The Martin B-26 Marauder came out, more in the vein of the traditional bomber (straight and level, higher altitude). The Douglas A-26 was put into service shortly thereafter, with an operational focus more on "down and dirty" mud-moving. The Marauder was phased out of USAAF inventory by the end of WW2 (last combat mission for the Marauder was May 1945; my "1948", above, was incorrect). In 1948, the designation for the Invader was changed from A-26 to B-26. The actual planes didn't change, just their designation; A lot of B-26 Invaders served as A-26 Invaders during WW2, just a few years earlier.
The Marauder never had the maneuverability that was part of what enabled the Invader to be used against fighters, and except for a relative few airframes didn't have the heavy forward firepower of the primary Invader model during WW2, the A-26B.
As for the Nighthawk's air-air capability, the Air Force disagrees.
From the spokesman for Holloman AFB, which will be switching out its F-117s for F-22s: