HMS Hood? http://www.hmshood.com/ship/hoodspecs2.htm
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Axis Navy Queen Candidates.
Western Axis "Queen" Heavy Cruisers (and reclassified as thus Pocket battleships) Research.
Queen of Spades: the...
Axis Navy King Candidates.
Western Axis "King" Battleship and Battlecruisers Research.
King of Spades: the one that dug in. Did the dirty job and...
US Navy Jack Candidates.
Jack of Spades Candidates:
Jack of Hearts Candidates:
Maddox a Gleaves-class destroyer, [IMG]36°52′N 13°56′E 10 July...
US Jacks Losses Research: a US Jack of Clubs Sub Battle Candidate! [IMG]
:flag_USA_ww2: Underhill [IMG]19°20′N 126°42′E 24 July 1945 Sunk by...
US Navy Queen Aircraft Carriers cont...
Lexington (CV-2) [IMG]15°12′S 155°27′E, Battle of the Coral Sea 8 May 1942 Sunk by carrier-based aircraft...
US Navy Queen Aircraft Carrier Candidates.
Yorktown (CV-5) Lexington...
Working on the US List off line, in PM with Alvinhy.
US Navy King Candidates
King of Spades Candidates: A D-Day Candidate! [IMG] [IMG]...
Good place to start: Seaplanes etc at: http://www.pacificwrecks.com/aircraft/
A BOAC Douglas DC-3, silhouetted by night at Gibraltar by the batteries of searchlights on the Rock, as it is prepared for a flight to the United...
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Yes. They live in the LST category. Large Stationery Targets.
Never the less, by far and away, some of the most remarkable, interesting, heroic...
American Idioms: http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_vault/2013/11/11/military_slang_terms_used_by_soldiers_in_wwii.html
RAF slang: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RAF_slang
1. The Real Gen. (Real truth, story, Real Exemplary Pilot / Crew / Guy.)
Not on our Sister forum either I think Boss! http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/4939-idioms-of-the-period/
WW2 Talk → Ron Goldstein's Content - Reposted Image Collections !!! !!! !!! !!!
Thanks to our sister forum: http://ww2talk.com...
- are you the one and only steffen on my most admired list? Steffan IT from LostAircraft.com?
If so, welcome welcome, welcome!