As per site policy, keep real-world information in regards to weapons and aircraft to a minimum, especially if said info is applied to the Strangereal universe and not the Assault Horizon universe (and even for the latter this info would likely be removed). Your recent edits have almost all been undone because they breach this rule.
Thank you for letting me know about this. I understand and appreciate how this is a place for primarily Ace Combat information.
My primary intention was simply placing names to weapon models in case anyone was curious as to what the special and standard weapons were called.
Additionally, the amount of real-world info I added was minimal in and of itself, and could be argued that it wasn't absolutely necessary to be removed.
Again, thank you for notifying me of this.
Indeed our intention is to display primarily in-game and in-universe information while keeping real life ones to a minimal amount. For example, we don't want to include "Felon" in Su-57's article name because it has not yet been used in-game. Should a Ace Combat title include such a name in the future, then we will add it back in.
As for real life information we would like to direct people to other places like Wikipedia instead. If we were to openly allow both kinds of information here at the same time, then our concern is where we should draw the line before articles get too cluttered with data that are deemed unnecessary. Admittedly there are already some other articles with similar problems, so we will need to spend time to go through them all eventually.
Golem Squadron and Gargoyle Squadrons are officially part of the Osean Air Defense Force, not the Osean Maritime Defense Force. This is supported by the Aces At War: A History 2019 Edition page 100. Even though the aircraft have OMDF markings in-game, we should still consider it as an air force unit, similar to Wardog Squadron's situation. Furthermore, Knocker and Brownie show "OADF" in their radio portraits.
On the other hand, please minimise the occurrence of making several edits to the same page. If possible consolidate the edits and apply the changes in one go, and use the preview function before publishing. Multiple edits will flood the page's history and the list of recent changes on the wiki, and it makes it difficult for us to keep track of the log.