Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Military History' started by Jeff Head, Sep 9, 2015.
To cm ! Mr Iowa
Jeff Head how you doing?
Yes Master Jeff, how are you doing bruda???Praying that you are healing nicely!
... found this oversized version, from earlier in 1940 (the chart should be "clickable"):
(a preliminary design, 70k displacing, 320k hp (!) for 33 knots; Garzke&Dulin say at p. 161 "Although a 33-knot maximum speed was very desirable, the General Board was well aware of the prohibitive penalties associated with this speed, in term of ship size and required SHP. In 1940 marine engineering was capable of providing about 50,000 SHP per shaft. Any design requiring more than 200,000 SHP would probably require either turbo-electric drive to limit the shaft length or six shafts to provide the required power.")
check this Jeff:
A MOST EXCELLENT photo my friend!
I think this one is even better:
Here ya go:
There's a 1/350 scale Viribus Unitis I have seen available on the market. I have been thinking of one day buying it and building it in your honor my friend.
It's a little spendy (expensive), but I have been thinking about it if I can save the money.