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  1. *pictured - HMS Renown (front) performing a hard turn to port along with French battleship Richelieu and HMS Valiant in the Indian Ocean on May 12, 1944* Do you position your battleship or cruiser in a strategic spot on the map or fire your guns while underway? Some battleship and cruiser captains pick a good firing position on the map and rain shells on the OPFOR with good results. Other captains choose to engage the enemy fleet sailing at full speed while maneuvering and making their ship more difficult to hit. When your battlewagon or cruiser sails with the Fleet, do you find a good spot to shoot or do you sink ships through fire and maneuver? "The fiercest serpent may be overcome by a swarm of ants." - Isoroku Yamamoto, Imperial Japanese Navy #fireandmaneuvermonday #anchorsaweigh
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