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    The Person Below me (GAME)

    Kinda true. TPBM only wants to play WOWS because planehs are too fast for him/her.
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    Karel Doorman-class frigate

    Achyluss, on 15 November 2013 - 09:31 PM, said: great post , pics modern dutch navy has some very up to date equipment , nice to see posts which give the details No problem, and thanks for your compliment. bogdanandrei1998, on 15 November 2013 - 04:26 PM, said: Add more informations.. But, great pics! Adding more information would mean that I need to add logs of service, which I think will go oftopic, my posts are about the ships, not fully detailed information about what they did, or are going in service.
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    De Zeven Provinciën

    Achyluss, on 16 November 2013 - 10:11 AM, said: Blackbeard's Queen Anne's Revenge will fit that description quite nicely something special about old sailing ships , the lines , the intricate detail, even the ship building methods ships that are beautiful to see and still strike fear into an enemy's heart , i guess many sailors lost heart if this ship hoisted its colours nearby :izmena: De Zeven Provinciën is surely a good looking ship and such a wonderful example of a glimpse at the past Hmm. . .and a black flag ontop
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    Spanish F-100 Frigate Class

    Jorgefl, on 16 November 2013 - 09:34 PM, said: Nice post. Are you spanish? Werzax, on 16 November 2013 - 09:31 PM, said: As i'm spanish
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    USS Zumwalt, into the sea

    How do you know we are getting this ?
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    USS Babbitt (DD-128)

    Oh so many ships are sold for scrap, many planes aswell. Tanks are the lucky ones of the three I think. . .they are much more easy to preserve. . .much smaller than ships and less fragile than planes.
  7. This is halloweened ~

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    De Zeven Provinciën

    Kupniula, on 06 November 2013 - 09:24 AM, said: it is not a good topic, its grate topick! Do you have some mor picks of that replica? Sure, here you go.
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    The HMS Victory

    Matevz96, on 11 November 2013 - 05:57 PM, said: Great article and even better ship, you got +1 from me :honoring: Thank you sir (:
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    The "Navygaming" Magazine

    A new release ? Meep, great <3
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    HMS Venerable (R63)

    Achyluss, on 10 November 2013 - 02:41 PM, said: not as long , but a fair time Class and type: Crown Colony-class light cruiser Name: HMS Ceylon Builder: Alexander Stephen and Sons, Govan Laid down: 27 April 1939 Launched: 30 July 1942 Commissioned: 13 July 1943 Out of service: Transferred to Peruvian Navy on 9 February 1960 Name: BAP Coronel Bolognesi Acquired: 9 February 1960 Decommissioned: May 1982 Fate: Scrapped in Taiwan, August 1985 Class & type: Maidstone-class submarine depot ship Name: HMS Forth Builder: John Brown & Company, Clydebank, Scotland Laid down: 30 June 1937 Launched: 11 August 1938 Commissioned: 14 May 1939 Decommissioned: 1 January 1979 Renamed: HMS Defiance, 15 February 1972–21 April 1978 Fate: Sold for scrapping, 25 July 1985 Does this one count ??? :teethhappy: Name: USS Constitution Namesake: United States Constitution Ordered: 1 March 1794 Builder: Edmund Hartt's Shipyard Cost: $302,718 (1797) Laid down: 1 November 1794 Launched: 21 October 1797 Maiden voyage: 22 July 1798 Renamed: Old Constitution 1917 Constitution 1925 Reclassified: IX-21, 1941 No classification, 1 September 1975 Homeport: Charlestown Navy Yard Nickname: "Old Ironsides" Status: In active service :veryhappy: Hmm. . .a ship is a ship right ? SO I think it counts. . .
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    De Zeven Provinciën

    Shade1982, on 06 November 2013 - 09:26 AM, said: A picture of our current flagship "De Zeven Provinciën": http://img32.imagesh...2/9383/2rrb.jpg Named after this one. Ah yes thats the new one (; What class was it again ?
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    HMS Venerable (R63)

    Raider_, on 09 November 2013 - 04:49 PM, said: They built her to last! And of course, as she was involved in the Facklands War, she was in action both for and against Britain. It is probably the last time it happened. I know it happened regularly pre-WW1. It certainly is a long time for a ship to serve. Good post! Hmm, know any other ships that served that long ?
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    The HMS Victory

    Strangeguy, on 10 November 2013 - 05:15 AM, said: I remember when i was a kid my dad tok me to the 200 year annerversity of the battle of trafalgar, we went onboard and had a toure and it was the most amazing experience. Thanks for the great post No problem, and yes its an amazing looking ship indeed (;
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    Art representations of warships

    Schultz, on 07 November 2013 - 09:20 PM, said: Good camouflage. :D Is that from some kind of show ? Reminds me of starblazers