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Hi there!

Follows some Brazilian Navy (Marinha do Brasil) ships suggestion for Pan-America Tech Tree:

 

Destroyer Marcílio Dias / Mariz e Barros (ex-USS Henry W.Tucker - DD 875 / ex-USS Brinkley Bass - DD 887) - Gearing-class (Tier X)

Links: https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/M/M026/M026.htm

https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/M/M043/M043.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gearing-class_destroyer

 

Cruiser Tamandaré / Barroso (ex-USS St. Louis CL-49 / ex-USS Philadelphia CL-41) - Brooklyn-class (Tier VII) - similar to Helena and Nueve de Julio

Links: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_Barroso_(C-11)

https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_Tamandaré_(C-12)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brooklyn-class_cruiser

 

Destroyer Piauí (ex-USS Lewis Hancock DD-675) - Fletcher-class (Tier IX)

Links: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/CT_Piauí_(D-31)

https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/P/P072/P072.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USS_Lewis_Hancock

 

Aircraft Carrier Minas Gerais (ex-HMS Vengeance - R 71) - Colossus-class (not present in-game)

Links: https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/M/M065/M065.htm

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1942_Design_Light_Fleet_Carrier

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brazilian_aircraft_carrier_Minas_Gerais

 

Battleship Minas Gerais / São Paulo (Dreadnought type)

Links: https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classe_Minas_Geraes

https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/M/M064/M064.htm

https://www.naval.com.br/ngb/S/S031/S031.htm

 

 

 

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Brazil has a lot more ships to offer to a Pan-American line than the hand me downs from the US and British Navy. The Bahia is a low tier cruiser, there's several Brazilian exclusive destroyer designs and there's even the cancelled battleship Riachuelo. Look them up, you'll be pleasantly surprised. We're using a bunch of Brazilian ships to complete the Pan-American tech-tree proposal.

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All the dreadnought era BB's from Brazil Argentina and Chile(which the UK ended up taking) which were among the strongest of the era.

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13 hours ago, Aristotle83 said:

which the UK ended up taking

They took Almirante Latorre because of war emergency needs but Chile got her back in the end. Brazil defaulted on what eventually became Agincourt. 

There's a critical difference between hand me downs like the Boise/NDJ and ships specifically built in foreign yards for South American customers. The more of the latter we get, the better. Almirante Latorre doesn't really count as a hand-me-down even though she served in the Royal Navy, because she was originally built for Chile; the British just borrowed her for a while.

However, I don't think the game needs another Brooklyn-class cruiser. 

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Lets see, For Brazil I have this

Destroyers

 Maranhao: The WW1 HMS Purpoise heaviely rebuild. 1300 toneladas.  29 nudos. 3 de 102mm guns  + 3 de  20mm + 4 torps. Tier 2
Amazona/ Acres: A Galland and a Sims. A warm humid night in Rio de janeiro, 9 month later you have this brazilian destroyer with an english hull and american weapons and systems.  tier 6
Greehalgh: If amazonas is the bastard son of galland an sims; this will be the brazilian brother of mahan. There are big difference between design and build . tier 7 
TWY 1737  Thornicrof proyect for a modern destroyer. Probaly every gun in western hemisphere were conthidered for this ship. Tier 9                          
TWY 1818  Smaller version of the previous one      

Cruisers:                        
Bahía: The fastest cruiser in the world, but in 1909. Was sadly lost in the end of ww2. Tier 3 probably

Battleships:    
Minas Gerais: The strongest battleship in the world for 6 months. Tier 3
Rio de janeiro:  The  HMS Agincourt. Tier 4 or 5
Riachuelo: These design was to counter the argentines Rivadavia. She was going to be like a Queen Elizabeth but with a more armour and less torpedo protection. The guns ended in spain as costal batteries. Still are there.          
Armstrong 684: Propozal for Riachuelo: 8 gun 406mm
Armstron 686: : 8 guns 406mm , With 206mm secondaries gun          
Armstrong 685: 10 guns 406mm      

Carriers           
 Minas Gerais.

And there are more designs.

 

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On 5/21/2020 at 4:32 PM, Talleyrand said:

Lets see, For Brazil I have this

Destroyers

 Maranhao: The WW1 HMS Purpoise heaviely rebuild. 1300 toneladas.  29 nudos. 3 de 102mm guns  + 3 de  20mm + 4 torps. Tier 2
Amazona/ Acres: A Galland and a Sims. A warm humid night in Rio de janeiro, 9 month later you have this brazilian destroyer with an english hull and american weapons and systems.  tier 6
Greehalgh: If amazonas is the bastard son of galland an sims; this will be the brazilian brother of mahan. There are big difference between design and build . tier 7 
TWY 1737  Thornicrof proyect for a modern destroyer. Probaly every gun in western hemisphere were conthidered for this ship. Tier 9                          
TWY 1818  Smaller version of the previous one      

Cruisers:                        
Bahía: The fastest cruiser in the world, but in 1909. Was sadly lost in the end of ww2. Tier 3 probably

Battleships:    
Minas Gerais: The strongest battleship in the world for 6 months. Tier 3
Rio de janeiro:  The  HMS Agincourt. Tier 4 or 5
Riachuelo: These design was to counter the argentines Rivadavia. She was going to be like a Queen Elizabeth but with a more armour and less torpedo protection. The guns ended in spain as costal batteries. Still are there.          
Armstrong 684: Propozal for Riachuelo: 8 gun 406mm
Armstron 686: : 8 guns 406mm , With 206mm secondaries gun          
Armstrong 685: 10 guns 406mm      

Carriers           
 Minas Gerais.

And there are more designs.

 

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Talleyrant,

 

Our Forum manager: Maredraco is sending documents to WG headquarters, can you please send your material to him? He said he already sent a report regarding some ships.

 

I think you can send any ship from pan american "dream".

 

I will not send directly to him, as the research is all yours.

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2 minutes ago, Felipe_1982 said:

Talleyrant,

 

Our Forum manager: Maredraco is sending documents to WG headquarters, can you please send your material to him? He said he already sent a report regarding some ships.

 

I think you can send any ship from pan american "dream".

 

I will not send directly to him, as the research is all yours.

Yes, off course.

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Excellent suggestion, brings diversity, and pleases brazilians as myself!

Otima sugestão!

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