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MFIC_Spartan117

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  1. MFIC_Spartan117

    We need a "NO CV" option for matchmaking

    team work? what are talking about? I don't know this strange word
  2. MFIC_Spartan117

    We need a "NO CV" option for matchmaking

    yeah thats the only solution , sneak behind the enemies and strike the carriers , but well it doesn't fell right imho
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    We need a "NO CV" option for matchmaking

    we just need a good balance , I played many games when you have 1 Zuiho and the enemies got 2 bogue ...its so fucked up and is not funny at all.
  4. MFIC_Spartan117

    Italian WW2 Warships

    Yep, we had a great navy, but no great decision was taken back in the days.
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    Naval Nationalism

    well , After 3 pages of topics I understand one thing... we are all proud of our navies
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    Regia marina-Italské válečné lodě

    I can't get a word of what you are talking about , but I am italian and if you need some information about Regia Marina , here I am . Bye
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    FPS drops down to 0 and PING up the roof

    yeah,same problem here, update and fps drop from 60 to 20 . i got an i5 4670 8gb ddr3 gtx 770
  8. MFIC_Spartan117

    Language missing....

    what about now ? there are many italian player who enjoy wows, but don't know where to ask for information or find eachothers. thankyou
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    Littorio-class battleship

    sorry guys , I didn't realize it was the section for projects and studies.My bad , I hope to found something about the amazing and unfortunate Roma
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    Littorio-class battleship

    Hi everyone, hope this is the right place to post and share this. firsta little vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snSoDdPaqsY Than some history : Roma was commissioned into the Regia Marina on 14 June 1942, but a severe fuel shortage in Italy at that time prevented her from being deployed; instead, along with her sister ships Vittorio Veneto and Littorio, she was used to bolster the anti-aircraft defenses of various Italian cities. In this role, she was severely damaged twice in June 1943 from bomber raids on La Spezia. After repairs in Genoa through all of July and part of August, Romawas deployed as the flagship of Admiral Carlo Bergamini in a large battle group that eventually comprised the three Vittorio Venetos, eight cruisers and eight destroyers. Their stated intent was attacking the Allied ships approaching Salerno to invade Italy (Operation "Avalanche") but, in reality, the Italian fleet was sailing to Malta to surrender following Italy's September 8, 1943 armistice with the Allies. While the force was in the Strait of Bonifacio, Dornier Do 217s of the German Luftwaffe's specialist wing KG 100— armed with Fritz X radio-controlled bombs—sighted the force. The first attack failed, but the second dealt Italia(ex-Littorio) and Roma much damage. The hit on Roma caused water to flood two boiler rooms and the after engine room, leaving the ship to limp along with two propellers, reduced power, and arc-induced fires in the stern of the ship. Shortly thereafter, another bomb slammed into the ship which detonated within the forward engine room, causing catastrophic flooding and the explosion of the #2 main turret's magazines, throwing the turret itself into the sea. Sinking by the bow and listing to starboard, Roma capsized and broke in two, carrying 1,253 or 1,393 men—including Bergamini—down with her. Data for design : Displacement: Full load: 45,485 long tons (46,215 t) Length: 240.7 m (790 ft) Beam: 32.9 m (108 ft) Draft: 9.6 m (31 ft) Installed power: 8 × Yarrow boilers 128,000 shp (95,000 kW) Propulsion: 4 × steam turbines, 4 × shafts Speed: 30 kn (35 mph; 56 km/h) Complement: 1,920 Armament: 3 × 3 381 mm (15.0 in)/50 cal guns 4 × 3 152 mm (6.0 in)/55 cal guns 4 × 1 120 mm (4.7 in)/40 guns forillumination 12 × 1 90 mm (3.5 in)/50 anti-aircraftguns 20 × 37 mm (1.5 in)/54 guns (8 × 2; 4 × 1) 10 × 2 20 mm (0.79 in)/65 guns Armor: Main belt: 350 mm (14 in) Deck: 162 mm (6.4 in) Turrets: 350 mmConning tower: 260 mm (10 in) Aircraft carried: 3 aircraft (IMAM Ro.43 or Reggiane Re.2000) Aviation facilities: 1 stern catapult
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