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    The Last Incident Of The Cold War

    nice post!
  2. can you write some new info about it not from wikipedia? i wanna know something more about this ship!
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    INVINCIBLE ARMADA - (Portugal) 1588

    Wasn't the Invincibile Armada Spanish?
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    SMS Stuttgart

    Nice! the better way for learning something about something unknown
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    US Navy - Fletcher class destroyer

    nice post! +1
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    Why not an AMX 40 warship XD

    OMG! that duck!
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    Class Nimitz - USS Nimitz (CVN-68)

    a huge load of Freedom :D
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    Aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle

    nice french carrier!
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    The "USS Enterprise" from Sail to Space

    Into Sail AGE In 1775 The USS Enterprise was a british "sloop of war" (the HMS George III) captured by Indipendet US army during "indipendence war" in 1775. It was burned to prevent the british recapture. It was under Col. Benedict Arnold command. Armament: 12 x 4punder guns + 10 swivel guns In 1776 It was a Schooner in service of US navy till 1777 under Capt. Joseph Campbell command. Armament: 8 guns. in 1799 It was a Schooner class in service under Lieutenant John Shaw command on Caribbean sea. Armament: 12 x 6pounder guns In 1831 It was a Schooner class under Lieutenant S. W. Downing command. Armament: 2 x 9pounder guns + 8 x 24pounder guns. In 1874 It was a screw sloop class under Comm. George C. Remey and later under Adm. Bowman H. McCalla (1890) Armament: 1 x 11" smooth bore + 4 x 9" guns, 1 x 60pounder gun. WWI In 1917 It was a motorboat Patrol boat-class (Hull #: SP 790) Armament: 1 x 1pounder gun WWII In 1936 It was a "Yorktown class" Carrier (Hull# CV-6) in service under Lieutenant C. E. Dickinson command. It was the most awarded Carrier in WWII: Silver-service-star-3d.png Campaign Star Bronze-service-star-3d.png 20 Battle Stars NavyPres.gif Presidential Unit Citation Navy Unit Commendation ribbon.svg Navy Unit Commendation American Defense Service ribbon.svg American Defense Service Medal ("Fleet" clasp) American Campaign Medal ribbon.svg American Campaign Medal Asiatic-Pacific Campaign ribbon.svg Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal (20 stars) World War II Victory Medal ribbon.svg World War II Victory Medal Presidential Unit Citation (Philippines).svg Philippine Presidential Unit Citation Phliber rib.png Philippine Liberation Medal (1 star) British Admiralty Pennant Displacement: As built: 19,800 tons standard 25,500 tons full load From October 1943: 21,000 tons standard 32,060 tons full load Length: As built: 770 ft (230 m) waterline 824 ft 9 in (251.38 m) overall From July 1942: 827 ft 5 in overall length Beam: As built: 83 ft 3 in (25.37 m) 109 ft 6 in (33.38 m) overall From October 1942: 114 ft 5 in overall width From October 1943: 95 ft 5 in waterline Draft: 25 ft 11.5 in (7.912 m) Propulsion: 9 × Babcock & Wilcox boilers 4 × Parsons geared turbines 120,000 shp 4 × propellers Speed: 32.5 knots (37.4 mph; 60.2 km/h) Range: 12,500 nautical miles (23,150 km; 14,380 mi) at 15 knots (17 mph; 28 km/h) Complement: 2,217 officers and men (1941) Sensors and processing systems: CXAM-1 RADAR Armament: As built: 8 × single 5 in/38 cal guns 4 × quad 1.1 in/75 cal guns 24 × .50 caliber machine guns From April 1942: 8 × 5 in/38 cal 4 × quad 1.1 in/75 cal 30 × 20 mm Oerlikon cannons From mid-June 1942 to mid-Sept 1942: 8 × 5"/38 cal 5 × quad 1.1"/75 cal 32 × 20 mm Oerlikons From Mid-Sept. 1942: 8 × 5 in/38 cal 4 × quad 40 mm Bofors guns 1 × quad 1.1 in/75 cal 44 × 20 mm Oerlikons(46 from 11/42) From October 1943: 8 × 5 in/38 cal 40 × 40 mm Bofors (8×2, 6×4) 50 × 20 mm Oerlikon From September 1945: 8 × 5 in/38 cal 54 × 40 mm Bofors (5×2, 11×4) 32 × 20 mm Oerlikons (16×2) Armor: 2.5–4 in belt 60 lb protective decks 4 in bulkheads 4 in side and 2 in top round conning tower 4 in side over steering gear Aircraft carried: 90 aircraft Aviation facilities: 3 × elevators 2 × flight deck hydraulic catapults 1 × hangar deck hydraulic catapults Vietnam War, Iraq conflict to present. In 1962 It was the first nuclear powered Carrier (hull # CVN-65) It was under 23 commanders in its operativity: 1 CAPT Vincent P. De Poix November 11, 1961 July 20, 1963 2 CAPT Frederick H. Michaelis July 20, 1963 July 17, 1965 3 CAPT James L. Holloway III July 17, 1965 July 11, 1967 4 CAPT Kent L. Lee July 11, 1967 July 8, 1969 5 CAPT Forrest S. Petersen July 8, 1969 December 3, 1971 6 CAPT Ernest E. Tissot, Jr. December 3, 1971 April 9, 1974 7 CAPT Carol C. Smith, Jr. April 9, 1974 December 10, 1976 8 CAPT James W. Austin December 10, 1976 February 23, 1980 9 CAPT Robert J. Kelly February 23, 1980 June 17, 1983 10 CAPT Robert L. Leuschner, Jr. June 17, 1983 January 27, 1986 11 CAPT Robert J. Spane January 27, 1986 October 28, 1988 12 CAPT Harry T. Rittenour October 28, 1988 August 7, 1991 13 CAPT Daniel C. Roper August 7, 1991 August 27, 1993 14 CAPT Richard J. Naughton August 27, 1993 February 2, 1996 15 CAPT Michael D. Malone February 2, 1996 November 10, 1997 16 CAPT Evan M. Chanik November 10, 1997 March 10, 2000 17 CAPT James A. Winnefeld, Jr. March 10, 2000 February 15, 2002 18 CAPT Eric C. Neidlinger February 15, 2002 December 10, 2004 19 CAPT Lawrence S. Rice December 10, 2004 May 17, 2007 20 CAPT Ronald Horton May 17, 2007 May 6, 2010 21 CAPT O.P. Honors, Jr. May 6, 2010 January 4, 2011 22 CAPT Dee Mewbourne January 4, 2011 August 17, 2011 23 CAPT William C. Hamilton, Jr. August 17, 2011 Length: 1,123 ft (342 m) Beam: 132.8 ft (40.5 m) (waterline) 257.2 ft (78.4 m) (extreme) Draft: 39 ft (12 m) Propulsion: 8 × Westinghouse A2W nuclear reactors four sets Westinghouse geared steam turbines, 4 × shafts 280,000 shp (210 MW) Speed: 33.6 kn (38.7 mph; 62.2 km/h) Range: Unlimited distance; 20-25 years Complement: 5,828 (maximum) Ship's company: 3,000 (2,700 Sailors, 150 Chiefs, 150 Officers) Air wing: 1,800 (250 pilots, and 1,550 support personnel) Sensors and processing systems: AN/SPS-48 3D air search radar AN/SPS-49 2D air search radar Electronic warfare & decoys: AN/SLQ-32 Mark 36 SRBOC Armament: 2 × NATO Sea Sparrow launchers 2 × 20 mm Phalanx CIWS mounts 2 RAM launchers Armor: 8 in (20 cm) aluminum belt (equivalent to 4 in (10 cm) rolled homogeneous steel armor), armored flight deck, hangar, magazines and reactor Aircraft carried: Hold up to 90 60+ (normally) Aviation facilities: Flight deck: 1,123 ft (342 m) Notes: The ship has 4 steam powered catapults. In 1972 It was the first Space Shuttle built by NASA that opened the "shuttle era" for space missions. Nearly future (2025) PCU Enterprise (CVN-80) It will be the thirld Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft supercarrier Sci-Fi Future Will be build nearly the XXVI century for discover New Worlds "Where No One Has Gone Before" The most famous commanders are: Capt. James Tiberius Kirk (NCC 1701/1701A) Lt. Spock (NCC 1701) Capt. Jean-Luc Picard (NCC 1701D) NCC 1701 Launched 2245 General characteristics Class Constitution Registry NCC-1701 Maximum speed Warp 6 (safely) Warp 8 (cruising speed) Warp 9 (at extreme risk)[1] Auxiliary craft Shuttlecraft Armaments Photon torpedoes Phasers Defenses Deflector shields Propulsion Impulse engines Warp drive Power Matter/antimatter Length 289m
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    WoWS Fan Made US Tech Tree

    ehm... how it works? wg told that in game won't be the cruiser but only battleships... isn't it?!
  11. Dante Alighieri was the first dreadnought battleship built for the Regia Marina (Italian Royal Navy). Named after the medieval Italian poet Dante Alighieri, she was the first ship built with triple gun turrets for the main armament. She was laid down by Castellammare Regia Marina shipyard on 6 June 1909, launched on 20 August 1910, and completed on 15 January 1913. Dante Alighieri served during World War I and was stricken on 1 July 1928 to comply with the Washington Naval Treaty, the first Italian dreadnought other than the sunken Leonardo da Vinci to leave active service. She subsequently was scrapped. Characteristics Displacement: 19,552 tons standard, 21,600 tons full load Length: 168.1 m Beam: 26.6 m Draught: 8.8 m Propulsion: 4 shaft Parsons geared turbines, 23 boilers (7 oil fired, 16 mixed fired) 32,000 hp Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h) Range: 4,800 nautical miles (8,890 km) at 10 knots (19 km/h) Complement: 981 Armament: 12 - 305 mm (12 inch) guns (4x3) 20 - 120 mm guns (4x2 turrets and 12 x1 casemates 13 - 76 mm guns 3 - 450 mm torpedo tubes Armour: Krupp cemented armour Belt 254 mm Deck: 38 mm Conning tower 305 mm Turrets: 254 mm Secondary battery 98 mm
  12. The Flavio Gioia ere built with a steel hull, rigs to ship and equipped with a guard horizontally on the deck of cell type. In 1892 were turned into training ships with the appropriate changes and in this capacity continued their life. Participated in the First World War . He was disbarred in 1928 and replaced by the current Amerigo Vespucci Main Features Displacement 2760 (normal), 3,064 (full load) Length 84.5 (ft) - 78 (pp.) m Width 12.8 m Draft 5.9 m Propulsion 8 boilers, one driving Alternatively, 1 propeller, 4,156 SHP power Speed 14 knots Autonomy unlimited sailing, 500 tons. coal Crew 268 Armament 8 cannons 150 mm 3 75 mm cannons
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    IOWA class

    Iowa picture form Overlord's blog
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    Yamato Class Battleship

    can't see image ok fixed, it's great!
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