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  1. Which Tier VI warship do you take into battle the most? Being in the middle of the tech tree pack, Tier VI vessels must not only be able to compete with other Tier VIs vessels but also with warships one and 2 tiers higher. Whether your ship is versatile or you developing tactics to take advantage of strengths and mitigating vulnerabilities, there are vessels that can make a difference even when bottom tiered. At Tier VI, which ship do you call on to sail into battle regardless of the odds stacked against or in your favor? "This ship is built to fight. You had better know how." - Arleigh Burke, US Navy #taskforcetuesday #anchorsaweigh
  2. *pictured - USS Blackhawk (destroyer tender) moored alongside Gearing and Fletcher class destroyers Hawkins (DD-873); Ordronaux (DD-617); Boyle (DD-600); Champlin (DD-601); Swanson (DD-443); and Franks (DD-554) at Naval Station Pearl Harbor, July 1945* Which ships are in your current rotation for battling on the high seas? Whether you are an aircraft carrier, battleship, cruiser, destroyer, or a mix of the above main, everyone has a go to ship or a rotation they enjoy playing. For myself, I've been running a mix of the following: 1. Gearing 2. Akizuki 3. Massachusetts 4. Bismarck 5. T-61 When it comes to your task force, which ships are in it to do battle with the enemy fleet? "A ship in port is safe, but that's not what ships are built for." - Grace Hopper, US Navy #taskforcetuesday #anchorsaweigh
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