Automated carrier landing control has gained attention in recent years especially for unmanned aircraft. Using baseline control laws and using model representative of the F/A-18E/F aircraft, we present updated carrier landing results in presence of realistic wind models and carrier motion. The wind model considered consists of wind shear, discrete and continuous wind gusts, and carrier airwakes, while the carrier deck motion is obtained through the SCONE program under the Office of Naval Research. The baseline control laws consist of a glideslope controller, an approach track controller, an autothrottle and a stability augmentation system. The paper provides guidelines and reports flight performance based on over 800 Monte Carlo simulations over varying approach speeds and wind turbulence level are provided.