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  1. general223

    Boarding ships!

    If anyone is a fan of the great Total war series, they would be familiar with naval boarding. But in Total War it's not huge caliber 400mm artillery barrages and fully auto bullet sprayers, it's swords, muskets and horses. Imagine in WOWS - you are sailing around a mountain doing a sharp turn when suddenly... your front taps something metal. It's an enemy ship! Quick grab the SMG's . In my opinion it would be amazing to see two lead heavy crews battle it out an a ship deck leaving the enemy with the less crew begging for mercy. it would be complicated because of crew members being invisible in WOWS, but it could bring up a message on your screen like "BOARDING IN PROGRESS" and you could see AA turning to the decks ect. The remaining crew on your ship could fire huge calibers on the ship your boarding before sending crew onto it destroying AA and killing crew. Also getting aliies to fire on the enemy your boarding could be good and bad. I would love to see what you guys think :D Random Empire Total War naval boarding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uOdkHRm1o4
  2. Combat Support BERLIN-class (702) The Combat Support (EGV) Class 702 is a supply ship, its equipment, and crew skills are focused on the logistical and medical support a mixed use group going. The task force is made up of different task-oriented surface units.The main task of the logistics ship is to supply the units with supplies, consumer goods, food and ammunition.Home port of the first EGV, BERLIN, is Wilhelmshaven.The second ship has been named FRANKFURT AM MAIN and is based in Kiel. Technische Daten: Dimensions (length / width / depth): 174.0 m / 24.0 m / 7.4 m Load displacement: about 18,000 t Speed: 20 knots Capacity: 10,560 kW (14,357 hp) Arming: 4 x 27 mm Marine easily secured (MLG) Some anti-aircraft weapons Equipment: Navy rescue Centre application (MERZ) 2 x SEA KING MK 41 Crew:159 soldiers (+94) Units: UNITS SQUADRON AND LOCATIONS A 1411 BERLIN Tross-Squadron Wilhelmshaven A 1412 FRANKFURT AM MAIN Tross-Squadron Wilhelmshaven Helicopters aboard SEA KING MK 41 The WESTLAND SEA KING MK41 support in the evacuation of people in the context of the armed force of the Inter-inserts. He puts special forces from the Bundeswehr in crisis regions. Rescue injured by a SEA KING The first WESTLAND SEA KING MK 41 in 1975 to Navy aviator squadron 5 is submitted in Kiel Holtenau in service. Since then, the helicopter on a daily basis in support of the fleet in service connecting land / sea, and search and rescue services have (SAR) real value. Two SAR Support Centres on Helgoland and Warnemünde are always ready, another on Borkum. The helicopter uses special forces from the Bundeswehr in crisis regions. The SEA KING supports the evacuation of people in the context of different armed force across missions. In the long term the SEA KING by the navy Helicopter 90 (MH 90), or the navy helicopter 92 (MH 92) replaced. The MFG 5 takes a different armed force comprehensive approach to: Search and Rescue Air transport of materials and personnel Forces in emergency and disaster relief Tactical airlift at the interface sea / land Participation in evacuation operations Surveillance and reconnaissance Contribution to the war over water ​Specifications: Dimensions (length / width / height): 22.1 m / 4.9 m / 5.1 m max. Starting weight: 9.300 kg Speed ​​of 136 knots (252 km / h) Power: 2,200 KM (3,000 PS) Arming:12.7 mm heavy machine gun ​Crew: 2-4 soldiers ​Units: The navy Air Wing 5 has 21 helicopters in a Squadron. Videos: Source:
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