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About MockingBird94

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    WWII and Cold War era ships.

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  1. MockingBird94

    Pan European Destroyers

    Speaking of CVs from Europe, if you're interested I have a page on French CVs right here.
  2. MockingBird94

    Pan European Destroyers

    Pan European Destroyers Seen here in this article, are the new ships of the Pan European Destroyer line: https://thedailybounce.net/world-of-warships/world-of-warships-the-pan-european-destroyers-set-sail/ To me, they look pretty disappointing. The new line is made mostly of Swedish ships. In fact. Wargaming can make a separate tech tree for Sweden. If you make the Pan European Destroyer line, what would it be? I would like to see your ideas below.
  3. It would be escorted by 4 Halifax class frigates, 2 Type 26 frigates, 2 Harry DeWolf class patrol vessels, and 1 Protector class supply ship.
  4. The advantage of having an Essex i that it can act as a mobile coastal naval airbase.
  5. True, what about a stealth version of the F-8 Crusader, with A-3 Skywarrior, S-3 Viking, E-1 Tracer, and SH-2 Seasprite or Ch-148 Cyclone.
  6. They could maybe use the Harrier. The Harrier would be a great fighter for this ship
  7. For Canada, I think it would be worth it. They could have one for the Atlantic and on for the Pacific. It would fill the role of maritime patrol, aerial reconnaissance, naval aviation strike platform, anti-submarine platform, mobile airbase to cover Canada's waters. It would be escorted by 4 Halifax class frigates, 2 Type 26 frigates, and 1 Protector class supply ship.
  8. Who thinks the Essex Class Carrier is good for service for smaller navies?
  9. MockingBird94

    ST, European destroyers

    Very noice! I madae my own DD line here: https://forum.worldofwarships.com/topic/205618-pan-european-destroyer-line/
  10. MockingBird94

    Should I get Jean Bart or Georgia?

    Sorry, yall. I just spent my coal on Błyskawica, but thank you to all for the advice. I will buy the Jean Bart next. :)
  11. MockingBird94

    Pan American Premium Cruiser La Argentina

    I already have a page on Almirante Brown's sister ship, the Veinticinco de Mayo. Here is the link;
  12. MockingBird94

    Pan American Premium Cruiser La Argentina

    I have the link for another premium ship:
  13. Pan American Premium Cruiser La Argentina Tier V La Argentina Type: Light Cruiser Displacement: 6,500 tons (standard) 7,500 tons (full load) Length: 165 m (541 ft 4 in) Beam: 17.22 m (56 ft 6 in) Draught: 5.03 m (16 ft 6 in) Propulsion: 4 shaft Parsons geared turbines, 4 Yarrow type boilers, 54,000 hp (40,000 kW) Speed: 30 knots (56 km/h) Range: 12,000 nautical miles (22,000 km) at 12 knots (22 km/h) Complement: 800 (including 60 cadets) Armament: 9 × 152 mm guns (3 × 3) 4 × 102 mm guns (4 × 1) 8 × 2-pounder "pom pom" (8 × 1) 6 × 533 mm torpedo tubes (2 × 3) Armour: 76 mm belt 51mm deck 51 mm turrets 76 mm conning tower Aircraft carried: 1 × Supermarine Walrus Aviation facilities: Catapult launcher Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARA_La_Argentina_(C-3)
  14. MockingBird94

    Should I get Jean Bart or Georgia?

    I have the Richelieu and the Iowa. Iowa frustrates me the most because of the weak armor.
  15. Should I get Jean Bart or Georgia in the armory?