Hi WG Dev Team, Suggesting complete CV lines for US, UK, Japan, and Germany.
Although France and Italy have CV's in their navy history, they will start at T6 and end at T8 with the current information I have. I do not mind France and Italy starting from T6 but I am unable to finish them to T10. Hence I will leave them out in this CV suggestion thread (for now).
All 4 Nations T10 will be able to deploy first generation jet fighters. Use them or not it is up to the player.
All First generation jet fighters are fast.
Depending on nation, speed, maneuverability, and armor will be a factor in that nation's CV.
Due to overpowered nature of the jet fighters, All attacking aircraft will be reduced to 1 attacking aircraft. A squadron will consist of 2 to 4 aircraft.
 
US US CV employs their signature tactic, leader and wing man.
US CV also employs both Tiny Tim and HVAR attackers as well as HE and AP bombers. (Except the heavy CV line. Give up better equipment for more aircraft attacking.)
US aircraft are tough, they have armor. Will take a bit more to shoot down compared to Japan and British aircraft.
Medicore speed, tight turning radius.
CV Main Line:
Employs their signature tactic, Leader and Wing man. (2 aircraft attacking, 6 - 8 aircraft squadron)
Vanilla CV game play. T4 Langley
Note: Starter CV. T5 Casablanca
Note: US was late in the CV race and used CVE as a short term solution.
Note: Gambier Bay is Premium ship.
Note: No summon fighter aircraft at T5. T6 Ranger
Note: Although younger then Lexington class, she is slow. T7 Lexington
Note: Lexington class battle cruiser converted to full fledged CV. T8 Yorktown
Note: Treaty CV. T9 Essex
Note: Full fledged CV without treaty limits. T10 Midway
Note: Ultimate wartime CV. Served until 1991.
Note: Hull B upgrade to SCC-110.
Note: First gen jet fighters.   CV Conversion Line:
Employs their signature tactic, Leader and Wing man. (Due to limited size, 2 aircraft attacking, 4 - 6 aircraft squadron)
Converted CV aircraft are 1 or 2 tier higher than the main line. This is to cancel their disadvantage of a small strike squadrons.
Converted CV line can move faster around the battlefield to gain the upper hand. Ship speed is their main strength
Closer to combat better turnaround time. Also employs high risk, high reward gains. T5 Bogue
Note: Branches off from T4 Langley.
Note: Type C3 cargo ship hull converted to CVE
Note: US was late in the CV race and used CVE as a short term solution.
Note: No summon fighter aircraft at T5. T6 Independence
Note: Cleveland class hull converted to CV. T7 Wright
Note: Baltimore class hull converted to CV.
Note: Saipan is Premium Ship. T8 Wasp
Note: Left over tonnage from Yorktown class due to treaty limitation.
Note: Mini-Yorktown. T9 Manila
Note: Alaska class hull converted to CV.
Note: USS Philippines (CB-4)
Note: Battle of Manila 1902. T10 Mill Springs
Note: Iowa class hull converted to CV.
Note: USS Kentucky (BB-66)
Note: Battle of Mill Springs 1862.
Note: Theoretical Hull B upgrade to carry first gen jet fighters with angled deck.
Note: First gen jet fighters.   Heavy CV Line
Heavy CV line employs the Finger Four tactic. (4 aircraft attacking, 8 - 12 aircraft per squadron)
This branch looses both the HVAR and the AP bombs in favor of more planes attacking the opponent. T8 Saratoga
Note: Branches off from Lexington.
Note: Survived the war long enough to be re-fitted to be better and stronger. T9 Hornet
Note: Yorktown built during the war without treaty restrictions. T10 Ticonderoga
Note: Long Hull Essex class.
Note: Hull B upgrade to SCB-125.
Note: First gen jet fighters.