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 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: Cold War Attack Aircraft Challenge

 Post subject: Re: Cold War Attack Aircraft Challenge Posted: April 2nd, 2020, 4:40 pm 

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Views: 12958 Short SC.6 Seamew GR.2 Development, Adapted from the Short SB.6 Seamew AS.1 for colonial emergency use as a cheap light attack aircraft capable of short take off operation in remote areas off unprepared strips ...

 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: Short SB.6 Seamew AS.1

 Post subject: Short SB.6 Seamew AS.1 Posted: March 31st, 2020, 11:29 pm 

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Short SB.6 Seamew AS.1 Best ASW aircraft ever built..... FAA Aircraft Feel free to tell me how to improve as its my first FD! (Paint scheme copied from DP FAA Gan...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: Sprinklez's Random Projects Dump

 Post subject: Re: Sprinklez's Random Projects Dump Posted: March 19th, 2020, 2:19 pm 

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Very nice gunboat, my only thoughts are if you could raise the stern 5" up a deck to clear the stern for ASW/mining or fit 4 guns? I would then have the 1.1" AA guns moved to beside the funnel? I would anyway move the .5MGs (especially the rear 4 guns) as they need sky arcs to be useful AA as at thi...

 Forum: Off Topic  Topic: AU questions for Salide and others

 Post subject: Re: AU questions for Salide and others Posted: March 18th, 2020, 12:15 pm 

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Thanks for the map makes it much easier to think about. I think you will get a very much larger port in the far north west of Ireland as this is the closest unless politics makes a link with GB more important? What port would be probably Sliago or Castlebar or later a new terminal as far NW as possi...

 Forum: Off Topic  Topic: AU questions for Salide and others

 Post subject: Re: AU questions for Salide and others Posted: March 16th, 2020, 11:48 am 

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... A second question, there are several long distance ferry routes that connect Salide with Scotland and Ireland. The shortest of these are 360km and the longest is 545km, giving a transit time with a superfast ferry (30kts) at 7h30m up to 10h15m. Would these long distance ferries be considered a ...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: USS Montana (BB-67) ca. 1988 Missile Augmentation

 Post subject: Re: USS Montana (BB-67) ca. 1988 Missile Augmentation Posted: March 6th, 2020, 7:20 pm 

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Nice, but would the MK41 work so constricted by the funnels and masts? Could you not ditch some of the 5" guns and reduce crew & weight as well to give you plenty of space for the Mk41s say beside the rear funnel (then put the harpoons in the gap?)? Potentially also remove some 5" forward for more s...

 Forum: Real Designs  Topic: Soviet / Russian Auxiliaries

 Post subject: Re: Soviet / Russian Auxiliaries Posted: January 25th, 2020, 10:19 pm 

Replies: 25
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Amazing how quickly you are posting new ships of such quality!

 Forum: Off Topic  Topic: Just some fast question on Norway possible future frigate!

 Post subject: Re: Just some fast question on Norway possible future frigate! Posted: January 18th, 2020, 10:34 am 

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.. The British ....Type-31 frigate projects. Ongoing production lines, close allies since antiquity. Downside is British systems, which are finicky. Since we're Norway and cheap as fuck, we'd probably go for Type-31 and slap MK41 and NSM on it. Que Norwegian pseudo-Iver Huitfeldt class (which IMO i...

 Forum: Personal Designs  Topic: London treaty Gunboat Challenge

 Post subject: Re: London treaty Gunboat Challenge Posted: January 11th, 2020, 4:24 pm 

Replies: 34
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HMS Johor After the formation of the Malay & Straits Settlement Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (M&SSRNVR) on 27 April 1934, They needed a ship to serve as Headquarters and drill ship. The RN provided the HMS Laburnum a Acacia class sloop from WWI to start with but national sentiment lead to a desire...

 Forum: FD Scale Drawings  Topic: Handley Page "heavies" family tree

 Post subject: Re: Handley Page "heavies" family tree Posted: October 15th, 2018, 6:51 pm 

Replies: 251
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Just finished reading and I must add my congratulations on such a great thread!
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