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The opening statement in this video is wrong. The Royal Navy did indeed realise the importance of naval aviation and was desperate to gain control back of the Fleet air Arm from the Royal Air Force which had had control of the aircraft and men that flew from the Carriers. The Royal navy saw form 1917 on-wards, It as an integral part of the service and they could not preserve nor guarantee efficiency in fleet operations with the aircraft only given to the Navy at the RAF's pleasure. Lord Beatty was desperate to get the Fleet Air Arm back and in 1923 the control of the fleet air arm was almost gotten back by the Navy. It Failed by two votes in Parliament. Who knows what would have happened if the royal navy had gotten the FAA back, especially with commanders such as Admiral Lyster (the brainchild of Taranto Attack) As an aside with these videos and the time Wargaming seem to have spent at Yeovilton recently are we going to see a Royal Navy Carrier (prob Ark Royal) soon?
PhantomSailor posted a topic in ArchiveIn the video Musashi has the 44 refit of more Anti-Air guns and removed some secondary guns for it. ¨While the ship was under repair in April 1944, the two 15.5 cm wing turrets were removed and replaced with three triple 25 mm gun mounts each. A total of twenty-one triple 25 mm mounts and 25 single mounts were added at that time, giving the ship a light AA armament that numbered one hundred and thirty 25 mm guns.¨ Why is the Naval Legends using the '44 refit in the video, but not the Musashi we will see in-game?? I think this is a poor balancing of Tier in the matchmaking of not using the latest upgrade Musashi got. Musashi wasn't know for shooting planes down like a boss, but would do a good job of defending it self to it's capability. Think Wargaming should give us the final version of Musashi, not the first build.