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  1. Someone please promote sabiha wonderful person and always puts a smile on my face on the forums!.

  2. aswwdwdwd de eyedhwh uhyhefdj

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    USS The Sullivans (DD-537)

    Smederevac94, on 09 October 2013 - 01:38 PM, said: Tnx man, sry man for pics. forum is to blame :tongue: Forum to blame??? :izmena: :tongue: I've just checked it - used links redirect to a pic + text, so this may cause the issue. Instead of used links you should paste the pic's URL ("copy image url") :great:
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    USS The Sullivans (DD-537)

    GJ Smederevac94! :medal: Last July our team visited USS the Sullivans. More news and pics you can find hereand here. :honoring:
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    How people view us

    Funny - picture 1 vs 6 :teethhappy:
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    Tour for USS salem

    Mr_Mistery, on 16 September 2013 - 03:55 PM, said: later I saw it and thought I would show you here. sorry for my previous comment came a sharp voice made ​​are tired irritable'm sorry. No worries, Sailor! :honoring:
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    Tour for USS salem

    It's the same video as on our EU blog :glasses:
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    German Navy: Brandtaucher

    killerthomy, on 05 September 2013 - 01:44 PM, said: wo kann ich das spiel daunloden Game is still under development - here you can find plenty of info RE WoWs. Please note that this thread's subject is about something else :eyesup:
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    I was Bored (veryyy).

    Czirokay, your video looks amazing, though AA guns in Camiroq's work are just... impressive! :trollface:
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    Want to say Hellooooo =)

    Hello Maximum_GER! Enjoy our forum :honoring:
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    Graf Spee's eagle rises from deep

    Very interesting :great:
  12. June 19-20, 1944 the battle of the Philippine Sea (being part of the WWII Pacific War 1939-1945), that is known as “the greatest carrier battle of the WWII”. After previously lost battles (at the Coral Sea, Midway and the Solomons Campaign) Japan was ready to hit once again. This time the plan was to defeat USN once and for all. Japan’s force was centered on 5 fleet carriers, 4 light carriers, 5 battleships and 43 smaller vessels, whereas USN turned out to consist of 7 fleet carriers, 8 light carriers, 7 battleships, 79 other warships and 28 submarines. The battle began on the morning of June 19 with Japanese planes attacking the American fleet. On that day Admiral Ozawa Jisaburo sent his planes in four waves against the US, out of which around 373 carrier aircraft were lost (only 130 returned to the carriers). On same day US lost 29 only. On June 20 American search aircraft spent most of the day trying to locate Japanese ships. At around 4 pm American scout (from USS Enterprise) spotted the enemy, thanks to which the strike began. American fleet managed to sank two oilers and the aircraft carrier Hiyo. During same attack aircraft carriers Zuikaku, Junyo, Chiyoda and the battleship Haruna received damage as well. After this the American pilots had to worry about getting back “home” (being 250 miles away!) in complete darkness. In order to make their return easier Admiral Marc Mitscher ordered a daring move – he wanted all his ships to turn on every light, so that pilots could safely land. Most of the US aircraft managed to return. However, about 80 planes were lost due to either landing accidents or low fuel. In the evening of the same day Admiral Ozawa received orders to withdraw from the Philippine Sea. Battle of the Philippine Sea ended in a complete US victory as well as made Japan unable to recover from the loss. Losses in total: US: 1 battleship damaged, 123 aircraft destroyed Japan: 3 fleet carriers and 2 oilers sunk, ca. 550-645 aircraft destroyed, 6 other ships damaged
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    My Gamescom 2013 t-shirt!

    General_Jeno, on 09 June 2013 - 01:36 PM, said: Yes but now it doesn't say "World Of" anymore... Anyway, I've been to GC once, two years ago. It was totally awesome, but alas I have no one to go with this year and I'm seriously not going alone. We'll be there - you won't be alone! :trollface:
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    Art representations of warships

    Ay, it's back - remember to keep it classy :glasses:
  15. Ahoy Sailors! Today is the 72nd anniversary of Bismarck’s last battle – it took place in the Atlantic Ocean on 26-27 May 1941. Its last days began with a battle of the Denmark Strait (24th May 1941) and a chase afterwards. In the morning of 27th May Bismarck was surrounded by British ships. After a few hours, at around 10.40 am, Bismarck went under the waves. Bismarck's last days were shown in a film "Sink the Bismarck!" (1960) directed by Lewis Gilbert - if you didn't have any plans for the upcoming weekend then this is more than recommended :popcorn: