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damage control party mod 1, please explain the benny

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damage control party mod 1, what is the benefit.  It saids increase the action time of the damage control party by 40%.  So if you were on fire or flooding does it put out the fire 40% faster.  Because if you use the damage control party it goes out pretty fast. 

Or does it increase the time where it would repair and second issue after you activate the damage party.  For example you have a fire you activate the repair and then you are hit with the torpedo which flooded and is still repair because the damage control party is still activated. 

Either way see like the benefit is not all that great.  

p.s. Is there a better 1st mod for the IOWA besides the damage control party mod 1.  . 

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It does the second thing, increasing the period in which you can't be hit with DoT effects. I use it on Massachusetts, and I think it would go on any build that is expected to take a lot of HE spam.

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6 minutes ago, HashtagYoloSwagChamp said:

It increases the length of time you are immune to new fires and floods. US BB's are the only ships it is even worth considering it on and most don't use it.

Why not UK BB's that are so notorious for being flammable?

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13 minutes ago, Fishrokk said:

Why not UK BB's that are so notorious for being flammable?

It's because the action time is too short for the %based buff to be worth while. US BB's and IJN/US CV's have longer action times making the buff stronger.

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