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    Surveillance Radar Upgrade

    Soviet Cold War radar vs US-UK WWII era.
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    Video shows operation of Des Moines' and Salem's Guns

    My take away. They really need a separate person to push a button to send the powder up the hoist? Couldn't engineer something to eliminate the poor guy sitting on the floor pulling a rope for the shell grabbing claw.
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    8.0 Cv compensation

    NVM found it
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    Standardize payment methods.

    Why isn't the payment methods the same for all items in the premium shop? I can buy the Shadow Perth with Karma Koin but the "Just for You" items like the Huanghe or $.99 Smith only gives options for credit card and PayPal. Can buy a single Guinea with KK or gift card but not the 10 for 99 cent special? Really annoying when you want to buy multiple items.
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    RDF Firing.

    You'd be surprised how many enemy dd's you can torp using RDF as they try to cap.
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    Poppy camo, is there one out there anywhere

    When WOWs had the Normandie Camo contest there was several Poppy and Bleuet de France (blue cornflower) versions.
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    Why did Arms Race Fail?

    No tie in with Legendary mod missions and campaigns like Halsey hurt it IMO. Might been best have made it tier 8-9. Seattle was better grind in AR mode.
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    Tier 7 nonpremium battleships data

    California re-fit at tier 7 would be good.
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    Debate: Which T6 cruiser is best?

    See how the main battery reload booster on the La Galissonneire goes.
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    I found a bench on the Friant...

    While on the Friant. What is the red balls and triangular items hanging off the back?
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    High Angle Mode

    What if we can flood one side of a BB and make it list so you can to that also. I'd think it would be a bit unfair since an Atlanta could just circle and island an strafe the enemy of the other side.
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    IJN Nagara--Kuma premium--why not?

    Just to tier VI? VI Agano VII Oyodo VIII Mogami 155 IX Paper ship X Paper ship
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    IJN Nagara--Kuma premium--why not?

    Rather see the class ( or Sendai )as the start of a CL and CA IJN cruiser split. Maybe give the CL line the moving smoke screen like the Perth.
  14. Engine reduction is counterproductive for some one who wants to get off the border and little effect to ones that want to hump it. If they are on the border, then double the reload time of their weapon systems and disable the ability to use consumables. Or just disable their weapons all together till the border is left.
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    Premium Ship Review #106: Nueve de Julio

    Doubt many know the disturbing history of this ship which I assume you are referencing. ARA Nueve de Julio - the torture ship From March 1976 and until at least November of that year, she was used as a clandestine detention center. Disappeared people were held in cabins specifically converted into cells, while interrogations took place inside naval base's facilities. At least one baby was born in captivity inside the ship, its fate remaining a mystery. The "Dirty War" (Spanish: guerra sucia) is the name used by the military junta or civic-military dictatorship of Argentina (Spanish: dictadura cívico-militar de Argentina) for the period of state terrorism in Argentina[1][2][3] from 1974 to 1983 as a part of Operation Condor, during which military and security forces and right-wing death squads in the form of the Argentine Anticommunist Alliance (Triple A)[4] hunted down any political dissidents and anyone believed to be associated with socialism, left-wing Peronism or the Montoneros movement.[5][6][7][8] About 30,000 people disappeared, many of which were impossible to be formally reported due to the nature of state terrorism. The targets were students, militants, trade unionists, writers, journalists, artists and anyone suspected to be a left-wing activist, included Peronist guerrillas.[9] The "disappeared" (victims kidnapped, tortured and murdered whose bodies were disappeared by the military government) included those thought to be politically or ideologically a threat to the military junta even vaguely, or contrary to the plan of neoliberal economic policies dictated by Operation Condor.;[5][6][7] They were killed in an attempt by the junta to silence the social and political opposition.[10] Most of the members of the Juntas are currently in prison for crimes against humanity and genocide. Change this ship to the Philadelphia or Nashville, each sold to Brazil and Chile.