I recommend we fix American BB Dispersion and main battery accuracy. It should be much smaller. 1942-1945 the most accurate, tested and re-tested (1980s) was the Fire Control and Targeting systems onboard our North Carolina, South Dakota and Iowa class BBs. At Sea testing onboard North Carolina with high speed maneuver and rudder (Open Source data) readily supports this fact. Night Battle at Savo Island. The Armor schemes are accurate (minus the superior metallurgy -> i.e. I get more for less it is more expensive we have citadels half a mile long, but our gun dispersion is pathetic and wrong on all accounts. Optical range finding was terrific on German and Japanese BBs, but their ability to adjust to maneuver and rapidly compute range was the major weakness and radar was the future.