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Principal de control contraincendios de la batería en la parte superior del palo trinquete

USS Texas - Front Conning Tower with "Spotting Top" (where primary 14 inch naval guns were controlled from).

HMS Duke of York was one of Britain's five 14 in King George V class battleships, designed in the 1930s to 35000 ton Washington Treaty tonnage limits.  She was flagship of the force that sank German battleship Scharnhorst on Boxing Day 1943 in a purely surface action, with no air involvement.  Of the class only Prince of Wales (sunk by Japanese aircraft in December 1941) did not survive WW2.

HMS Duke of York was one of Britain's five 14 in King George V class battleships, designed in the to 35000 ton Washington Treaty tonnage limits.

USS Arizona, 1934 - sunk at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 with heavy loss of life.

USS Arizona, 1934 - sunk at Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941 with heavy loss of…

16 inch guns, USS Missouri, could shoot munitions weighing as much as a Volkswagen, for several miles.

16 inch guns, USS Missouri, could shoot munitions weighing as much as a Volkswagen, for several miles.

Battleship USS Texas, veteran of World Wars I & II, moored at San Jacinto Battlefield.

Battleship USS Texas, veteran of World Wars I II, moored at San Jacinto Battlefield, served at Normandy on D-Day and in the Pacific at Iwo Jima

USS Idaho BB-42 foreground and USS Texas BB-35, 1930. USS Idaho (Battleship No. 24), the second ship of the Mississippi class of battleships, was the second ship of the United States Navy named in honor of the US state of Idaho. After her career in the USN, she was sold to Greece and renamed Lemnos in 1914

USS Idaho (foreground) & Texas circa colorized Surprise Surprise Long Range Battleships on your fleets flank.

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