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  1. Fallschirmfuchs

    B-17 Nine-Oh-Nine

    I already went image heavy here but I'd like to say that every time I went to see her I couldn't help but feel like she was horribly neglected. She was in poor shape, an old lady, and in dire need of an overhaul alongside that B-24. In all honesty, I wouldn't be surprised if Collings Foundations ends up facing lawsuits. It comes to a point when you're neglecting the safety of others, just like the first few years I went to see her the B-24 was a no show due to engine failure, that's kind of saying something. However I will miss her dearly, I have a soft spot for B-17s, especially B-17s in 91st BG marking, and after watching Liberty Belle burn up in a field I hoped these foundations would learn a thing or two. It's tough to say though that this is truly the end for her, just like Liberty Belle, her parts will probably be recycled into a heavily Frankensteined B-17.
  2. Fallschirmfuchs

    Another classic gone

    Fly off into the wild blue yonder...
  3. Why do the developers of Warships insist on dragging out Halloween when everyone else is cramming Christmas decorations in my face? Is it possible they're big fans of "The Nightmare Before Christmas" or do they just enjoy celebrating holidays past their prime? Where's my bargain bin candy!
  4. You can nick pick every little detail but it doesn't make it any less true. Just like calling a boat that skims the surface without the ability to submerge a submarine or calling an explosive on a spar attached to the front of said boat a torpedo. One could even call it the first successful kamikaze run, seeing as how a blast at point blank range in an uncushioned locomotive boiler would of snapped your back if your back was against the hull, not that they knew it was going to be a one way trip.
  5. USS Housatonic, the first ship sunk in combat by a single torpedo. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Housatonic_(1861)