Assume a fully loaded out post Cold War 1992 CVBG vs a 2012 standard CSG. 1990s CVBG to consist of: CVN-65 USS Enterprise: Fully Loaded with a full airwing: 2 squadrons of F-14Ds, 3 squadrons of F/A-18C/D Hornets, 1 squadron A-6 Intruders, and 1 squadron S-3 Vikings, along with all the assorted support aircraft you’d expect for the 1990s. 2 Virginia Class CGN 2 Ticonderago Class Cruisers VLS 1 Arleigh Burke Destroyers 4 Spruance Class Destroyers 2 Perry Class Frigates 2 688I LA Class Submarines vs. 2012 Carrier Strike Group CVN-76 (24 F/A-18C s, 12 F/A-18F's, 12 F/A-18E's, 4 EA-6B's and 4 E-2's) 2 Ticonderago Class Cruisers VLS 3 Arleigh Burke Destroyers 2 Perry Class Frigates 1 Virginia Class SSN Scenario One: They both start 1000 miles away from each other and then must seek out and sink the other group. Scenario Two: Start 1000 miles away from each other. Group 1990 gains a typical ARG and a Iowa BB with her SAG. Group 2012 gains a typical modern ARG. They both have to make a landing on Ascension Island. Each side already has 1,000 light infantry troops on the island already engaged in combat. Neither side controls the airfields and can not take them until more troops are landed. Both sides intend to fly in land based aircraft via tanker support once they take the airfield. In both scenarios they have the same number of support ships they would have for their period. What happens in each case?