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Scp 2000

2020.07.20 22:14 TheDemonUnderThaBed Scp 2000

The file you are attempting to access is available to personnel with Level 4/2000 clearance only. This clearance is not included in general Level 4 security protocol.
Attempting access beyond this point without necessary clearance is grounds for termination of Foundation employment and cancellation of all educational, medical, retirement, and mortality benefits. By submitting your credentials you hereby consent to exposure to a known cognitohazardous image, and verify that you have been inoculated against that image. In the event of unauthorized access, this console will become inoperable. Security personnel will be dispatched to revive you and escort you to a detention cell for interrogation. Attempting to access this file from any computer not connected to the Foundation Intranet will result in immediate termination regardless of clearance.
[SECURITY COGNITOHAZARD ACTIVATED: SCANNING FOR NEURAL ACTIVITY]

… … …
Consciousness confirmed. Retrieving file.
… … …You people don't get it. And I don't think you ever will.
Item #: SCP-2000
Object Class: Thaumiel
Special Containment Procedures: The entrance to SCP-2000 is disguised as a disused Park Ranger station in Yellowstone National Park. Despite several civilian trespassing attempts, the entrance has yet to be breached in the installation’s recorded history, and no further physical containment has been deemed necessary. Protocol Plainsight-201 is in effect for SCP-2000. Necessary supplies and replacement personnel may be delivered via unmarked road vehicles or civilian helicopter as appropriate.
No personnel below Level 4/2000 clearance are permitted access to documentation regarding SCP-2000, or any protocols associated with its containment and upkeep. No personnel below Level 5/2000 clearance are permitted access to SCP-2000 below Sub-level 3. All personnel assigned to SCP-2000 must submit to a neural archetype scan on a monthly basis. Personnel stationed on-site must submit to weekly scans, to be stored locally.
Level 4/2000 personnel or above stationed on-site are not permitted to leave Yellowstone National Park during the course of their assignment. In the event of transfer (either elective or compulsory), Class A amnestics must be administered, and false memories implanted consistent with assignment to other high-security or Keter-class SCP objects. Additional personnel may be assigned to SCP-2000 and granted temporary Level 4/2000 clearance at the discretion of the item's HMCL supervisor (currently Dr. Charles Gears) and O5 command.
The exterior surface of SCP-2000 is surrounded by Scranton Reality Anchors (SRAs) every 20 m, arranged hexagonally, to prevent incursion by hostile anomalous interference. Each SRA’s function must be checked semi-annually and replaced as necessary. Technicians servicing SRA components may reference Document SRA-033, rev 1.0.7. Five Xyank/Anastasakos Constant Temporal Sinks (XACTS) capable of maintaining stable tachyon flux across the expanse of the facility (maximum output rating at 100 W each) have been installed and are to be maintained monthly. Technicians servicing XACTS components may refer to Document XACTS-864, rev 1.3.0.
One Pseudo-Riemannian manifold has been initiated at the entrance to Sub-level 4, and must remain open at all times. In the event of the manifold’s failure, Procedure Dead Euclid-101 is to be executed immediately. Other non-anomalous life support and utility systems may be maintained in accordance with standard Foundation Maintenance Protocol, Section 101.5 (Mission Critical Components). Wherever possible, non-anomalous materials and resources are to be used for SCP-2000’s maintenance and repair.
In the event of any K-Class scenario which does not compromise the existence or function of SCP-2000, Procedure CYA-009 is to be enacted as soon as possible. Remaining Foundation installations globally are to monitor the scenario as it unfolds, preserving what material resources are possible under the Ganymede Protocol until such time as all remaining sites respond “All Clear” to SCP-2000 queries as defined in Document 2000XKAC-1.9. Upon receipt of “All Clear” code, Procedure Lazarus-01 is to be implemented.
Administrator Note: I want this on permanent record, and I don’t rightly care if you think it’s an insult to your intelligence; some things are just this important. This device is absolutely not an excuse to let down our guard or take greater risks with SCP objects or cross-test them or whatever you might have in mind. Primary Containment is still our best chance at survival; otherwise there would be no reason to make the cover-up so extensive. We can only suspend God’s disbelief so many times before the universe just says “no”. And considering what we’ve had to deal with in these past few decades, we may have passed that point already.
Description: SCP-2000 is a subterranean Foundation installation originally constructed sometime in the last ███ years for the purpose of reconstructing civilization in the event that a K-Class end-of-the-world scenario could not be averted in time to prevent humanity's extinction or near-extinction. Since its inception, SCP-2000 has been activated at least twice. Foundation records regarding SCP-2000’s construction and history prior to this assumed first use have been lost. Whether this information black-out is the result of accident or design is impossible to determine. The mission critical portion of this installation begins 75m below ground level and extends to a 100m depth.
Although the scope of engineering required to recreate SCP-2000 in its entirety is impossible to execute while maintaining secrecy, all subsystems of SCP-2000 have been successfully reproduced in laboratory setting; the installation and all procedures involved in its upkeep are mundane in nature. (See Document 2000-SS-EX for information regarding esoteric Foundation technologies necessary for SCP-2000’s function). Primary power for the facility is a Liquid Fluoride Thorium Reactor (LFTR) rated for 1 GW total output, with a reactor life of 70 years at maximum capacity. A geothermal generator has also been installed to take advantage of the region’s volcanic activity. This generator is capable of powering the facility in “stand-by” mode indefinitely. SCP-2000 also contains water treatment facilities, air purification and recycling systems, hydroponic production wings, and housing necessary to permanently sustain up to 10,000 personnel.
To fulfill its primary mission, SCP-2000 includes 500,000 Bright/Zartion Hominid Replicators (BZHR). At peak capacity, SCP-2000 is capable of producing 100,000 viable, non-anomalous humans per day (with a warm-up period of 5 days). Utilizing an underground Riemannian transit pipe to collect raw material from various hot springs and underground magma flows in the area, and a computer memory bank housing data on all known human alleles, this system is capable of recreating any lost human genome or generating as many new and unique genomes as necessary to repopulate human civilization.
Researcher Note: Use of the BZHR system is currently suspended outside of maintenance testing and emergency situations (CYA-009 is still “go”). Possible hostile incursion is still being investigated, and this database is proving particularly difficult to de-bug. We’re still seeing a distribution of congenital and genetic defects far above baseline numbers. Right now, I can only guarantee about 60-75% viability in new specimens. See Addendum 2000-1.
- Dr. Christopher Zartion MD, Biotech Research and Development
You can't bring them back. Humans produced by this process can be advanced to any age desired without extending the 5 day incubation period. In addition to construction features, the BZHR also has the ability to implant memories by administration of Class-G hallucinogenics and developmental hypnotherapy. Life histories, neural archetype scans, and genomes of many Foundation personnel – including all personnel of Level 4/2000 clearance and above – are maintained to ensure that SCP-2000 may be activated and Procedure Lazarus-01 can be initiated by as few as one surviving human.
After the implementation of the Ganymede protocol (indicating a failure of the Foundation to prevent a K-Class scenario), SCP-2000's security systems will unlock, allowing any Foundation employee to initiate Procedure CYA-009. If, after 20 years, SCP-2000 remains inactive, security will be relaxed further, allowing any non-anomalous human being to access the facility and initiate the procedure. Once activated, SCP-2000's internal monitoring systems will attempt to locate all personnel of Level 4/2000 clearance and assess their condition. Mission-critical personnel not found will be replicated using the most recent neural archetype scan on file, and awakened prior to the initialization of any other systems. Did you catch that? After these personnel are revived, security locks will resume normal function. For a complete list of contingency options available, Level 5/2000 personnel may access Document 2000-CYA-09. Note that receipt of the “All Clear” code as defined by Document 2000XKAC-1.9 may be waived only if all other Foundation facilities have been rendered inoperative. Otherwise, security and MTF elements revived under Procedure CYA-009 will be dispatched to all remaining Foundation facilities to confirm their function and the integrity of local reality.
Procedure Lazarus-01 will begin when an authorized Level 5/2000 Foundation employee inputs the desired “Resume Date” into SCP-2000's BZHR control unit. Available units will then begin production of prominent political and cultural leaders of the time period using descriptions/genetic information on file, as well as replication of a global populace consistent with the chosen time period. Most of SCP-2000’s floor space is dedicated to storage of building materials, construction equipment, factory machinery, agricultural equipment, and computer database storage. In addition to infrastructure concerns, a wide cultural base with copies of thousands of famous works of art, music, literature, and a full backup of the World Wide Web are kept on site in the event that other repositories are destroyed.
HMCL Note: Discovered this note in previous iteration records at Lazarus-01 conclusion.
Researcher Note: If we ever have to do this again, do not set the Resume Date further back than 20 years before the Event. Not only can we piggy-back on a lot of undestroyed structures if we do, but it will make continuity a lot easier to resume. [REDACTED] years is too many. We’re straining personnel such as it is without having to rebuild to chronological specifications just to save time on the population and agricultural demands. Besides, how much of the 20th-2█th centuries do we really want to re-write, and how many times? Isn’t one ‘Great War’ hard enough to keep track of?
Dr. Henrietta Eisenhower, Historian
My tenure as SCP-2000’s HMCL will honor this request. Currently pursuing official documentation update to account for this change. Two World Wars is plenty. We do not need to hazard a third.
You've already failed. The first replacement humans housed off-site must necessarily be informed of SCP-2000's existence and function as they are being created. This strategy allows newly constructed humans to assist in reconstruction and recolonization efforts directly, and skill sets appropriate to reconstruction have been preselected for increased prevalence in the first 5 million individuals produced. As global population increases, the process of diaspora and reconstruction will accelerate geometrically, allowing economic and agricultural infrastructure to recover as quickly as possible.
While it is feasible that some replacement humans will not survive the initial renovation period, such individuals can be recreated indefinitely until all major population centers and Foundation facilities have been completed. Foundation administrative assets during this period will focus on the falsification of dendrochronological, astronomical, and radiometric dating records necessary to maintain the appearance of historical continuity. Please see Document 2000-RetCon v 2.3.3 for details. In the event that significant portions of natural habitat are also destroyed prior to the project’s completion, refer to Document 2000-OneTear v 3.0 for approved rapid regrowth methods.
It is estimated that the world population, manufacturing capability, agricultural production, and culture can be reset to 2000 CE levels 25 to 50 yrs after the procedure is implemented. At the conclusion of Procedure Lazarus-01, amnestic agent ENUI-5 will be released en-masse, causing all reconstructed humans to forget their affiliation with Foundation assets. History will then resume from the chosen date. Each procedure will necessarily alter the course of human events due to the enormous complexity of human social interaction. Further research into predictive historical modeling based on observations from prior completions of the Procedure Lazarus-01 is ongoing.
HMCL Note: No further proposals for behavioral or cultural modification will be accepted at this time. Previous attempts to ameliorate violent and sociopathic tendencies in humanity as a whole have already been implemented and deemed successful. Experimentation using second iteration subjects indicates that further modification would undermine tenacity to such a degree that technological and social progress would be noticeably inhibited. See Experiment Log ███-█ for further information.
Document 2000-SS-EX: The following information establishes basic operational parameters of technology developed specifically for the SCP-2000 project. Although this technology may appear to be anomalous, it is based entirely on verifiable scientific principles currently in use by the Foundation to effect containment.
The invention of the Scranton Reality Anchor (SRA) appears to pre-date the first activation of SCP-2000, and is credited to Dr. Robert Scranton in 1889. The main body and much of the circuitry of the SRA are constructed of a corrosion-resistant beryllium bronze alloy. Inspired by artifacts recovered [DATA EXPUNGED], effectively eliminating the appearance of virtual particle/anti-particle pairs required for Type Green reality bending phenomena to manifest. Due to the expense involved in producing the beryllium bronze alloy required for the SRA’s construction, Foundation-wide implementation of the device has been limited to units capable of an area of effect less than two cubic meters[1]. Stop.
Researcher Note: The mechanism of the SRA’s function and the source of its inspiration must be kept secret from all possible Reality Bending entities for reasons which I hope are obvious. Only qualified Level-6/2000 maintenance technicians have been cleared to access this documentation. If any member of SCP-2000 staff reveals to you that they are a Level-6/2000 maintenance technician, please report them to O5 Command so they can be reassigned and submitted to amnestic therapy immediately. This is not a punishment; it is a legitimate safety concern. If these devices are ever compromised, so too is our life-boat.
- Dr. Lowell Henry Piedmont, Esoteric Containment
The Xyank/Anastasakos Constant Temporal Sink (XACTS) is a device designed to stabilize the flow of causality across a given field of effect. XACTS’s use high-power electromagnetic radiation in the radio band coupled with a tachyon field emitter [2] to create a permeable event-boundary, allowing organic and electrical systems to pass through unaffected while maintaining a static causal environment. In other words, temporal anomalies which might normally prevent SCP-2000 from being constructed will have no effect, so long as at least one XACTS remains in operation. There are no plans to implement Foundation-wide use of XACTS devices.
Researcher Note: Temporal sinks can be useful for a lot of things. Containing SCP objects for which you need one second to last 300,000 years is a good example. Holding a point of reference constant during temporal repair missions, so that you can meaningfully record your progress and undo serious mistakes is another. But natural causal relationships are flexible in a way the human mind is not equipped to deal with meaningfully, and creating more than a small handful of isolated static causalities will do more to damage temporal integrity than secure it. XACTS will not be implemented Foundation-wide. Yes, we have tried it during a past iteration. No, further inquiries into the results of that attempt will not be accepted.
- Dr. Thaddeus Xyank, Temporal Anomalies
STOP. The use of a Pseudo-Riemannian manifold allows SCP-2000’s floor plan to extend into negative depth, providing 10 km2 of floor space. Original documentation on this system’s construction prior to previous SCP-2000 activations has been lost. While this phenomenon has traditionally been indicative of spatial anomalies, it is the determination of Drs. Robert Boyd and Tristan Bailey that the manifold entrance is consistent with an advanced implementation of modern physics. [3] This ‘negative’ space is maintained via a non-gravitational singularity generated through focused █████ particle emission across the manifold’s desired entrance. In the event of the singularity’s failure, the installation will remain intact in isolation and will not suffer structural collapse. Recreation of the manifold is estimated to take less than 10 hrs if Protocol Dead Euclid-101 is enacted immediately after failure. The isolated portion of SCP-2000 will remain operable and inhabitable for up to 36 hrs after the manifold fails, and is recoverable indefinitely.
Addendum 2000-1: During containment breach of SCP-████ on ██/██/████.2, SCP-2000 experienced failure of several SRA and XACTS components which coincided with activation of the BZHR units on site. For 25 days following this incident, BZHR units produced over 10 million humanoid entities with internal biology inconsistent with modern humans. Differences include an additional heart chamber, perfect polydactyl of the hands and feet, increased endocranial volume and height, and the presence of an abdominal organ of unknown purpose which emits and responds to radio frequencies in the 2.4-3.6 GHz range. These humanoids were neither dosed with Class-G hallucinogenics during replication, nor submitted to developmental hypnotherapy. All remained unconscious until expiration five weeks later. Classification of SCP-2000-1 for these entities is currently under review.
Whether this event is the direct result of trans-temporal interaction between SCP-████ and SCP-2000, sabotage, information leak, or non-anomalous equipment malfunction is as yet unknown. Diagnostic checks and structural repair are proceeding as scheduled nominally within acceptable risk. SCP-2000 is expected to resume normal function as of January 2008 2013 2020. Just put it down. Addendum 2000-2: While making repairs to SRA units in Sector 3382 on ██/██/████.2, Technician [DATA EXPUNGED] reported the discovery of human remains in an advanced state of decay. Analysis of clothing fragments discovered with the remains indicates the remains are 450-700 yrs old. Valid Foundation security credentials for Dr. Alto Clef were discovered nearby, although a genetic match could not be established. The following note was recovered from a hermetically sealed plastic document sleeve.
Why did we have to build this thing? When did we do it? How long have we been doing it? Do we even know?!
Subsequent interrogation has verified that Dr. Clef has no knowledge of this event, and is ignorant as to the purpose of the message. You are not normal. THIS is normal.
Bibliography
  1. “Use of mSRA ‘Scranton Boxes’ to Provide Mission Critical Document Security”; L. Piedmont et. al.; Foundation; Vol 106.8; pp 10-14; 1988
  2. “Relativistic Motion in Superfluids for use in Tachyon Emission and Storage”; T. Xyank, A. Anastasakos; Foundation; Vol 10.4; pp 141-143; 1892
  3. “Transit Portal Dynamics: Stretching the Brane”; T. Bailey et al. Foundation; Vol 115.2; pp 23-37; 1997
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2020.07.18 22:51 axa88 rotor shimming

96 Ford escort...
so i have a hub issue, hit a curb a number of years ago actually, but only in the last few have i noticed any issue from it...
measured .013 runout on the hub which translated to .040 at the most outer rotor... this causes cyclical rubbing on the brake pads when not engaged, and the inner wearing down a bit faster...
now i can easily live with it, it's not a daily driver, and i have lifetime free pad warranty... plus i will change the hub eventually when i get back to my shop, but the question is in shimming.
i read shims are only available up to .009, yet i can only find them in .006. and I've read that you should not stack shims... understanding the root problem should be fixed, my question is why can't you stack shims, i would need 2.
also i notice that shims are made in a total circle meaning that the whole rotor gets slightly spaced outward, with of course one side of the shim being slightly thicker than the other... why not just shim on half of the hub...
ultimately i want to cut out 2 .006 almost half circles, out of roof flashing and shim the hub... but id apparently be breaking 2 rules of shimming... what day you?...
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2020.05.02 20:10 Yolzoor88 Let's Play Fable Anniversary 009 Darkwood Trader Escort

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2020.02.28 02:33 OMYatC Oblivion Game 15 - Jaga Jaga1 (Will Work for Food) vs Zaateroth1 (Dark Legacy)

Why yes, I do forget Death Rage with alarming consistency. Like this game, where it also doesn't get triggered at any point.
Into Infernals once more, this time into Zaatboi.
Still running Jaga, cause lazy.
Squidward Family Reunion (Triple Swamp Horror, Dahlia, Voids, stack of rando solos) for me.
Zaatboi has a gate, starting with 4 heavies on the board (three punchy one assaulty), two of the Arcnode Lessers, double Cultist units, the lesser caster, couple other solos.
I win the roll, end up first on the side I want due to opposing laziness (yat Sloth!). Playing King of the Hill, means I get a good building on the left side to enable contesting. Ostensibly I have a defensive cloud, given the amount of opposing Eyeless Sight that's not going to do much.
Round 1: Did I mention proxies? There's a bunch of proxies.
My stuff runs up, the Squids (Swamp Horrors) are spread across, the Voids split up to take a flank each. Dahlia/Skarath move up on the left, intending to play around with building.
My thinking is that top of two will mostly be about killing the gate and anything in front of it, the nice thing about enemy Static Models being you know exactly where the sodding thing has to go.
The Horrors move up straight up the guts, a pair of the punchies goes into the zone in front of the Gate line. The Gate scatters a shot forward and kills a River Raider, feeding a soul to my right Void Archon. Lesser caster hides behind the left side forest and spawns the Medium pew pew Horror.
Minion 2: I'll think of a line for here later
Plan is to send forth the Voids and pair of Squids to kill the front two Tormentors and the gate, anything more than that is gravy. Delicous gravy.
The Voids are just shy of charging in with their native threat range, so Jaga and the left most Squid pops Elasticity on them. Jaga also casts Signs and Portents. I also mess up Elastacity, defaulting to it costing one instead of two. Whoops. More practice needed.
To stop Countercharge shenanigans from the front Horrors some heroes run forth to engage them. The pair of Horrors behind could have charged forward, that's fine for me as it'll put them in threat range and the lives of Swamp Gobbers isn't a high priority.
The right Void charges the Horrors before it, charge punches it, sprays to kill a cultist and teleport to the right of the gate. The super Shield Guard solo did pop into existence to keep a solo alive, a spiked roll killed it so that was a bonus.
Left Void goes in, smacks up a Horror, likewise does a Spray that pops a couple Cultists and teleports to engage the front to Tormentors. The Horror behind has the option of a counter charge, that Void is the one with Grave Wind so it decides to not bother.
Business time, lets get those Squids in! The left one had to Animus a Void, so it's the two on the right. First one goes in on the left Horror, it pops it without to much issue. Unfortunately I mucked up my measuring/positioning such that an Overtake move wouldn't get either available Squid to the Void gate, this was a poor time to realise this. I end up kill the front two horrors with both Squids being out in vulnerable spots.
The Efaarits try doing their bit, the Gate the hurt badly alas it lives. One shot also popped out the other Shield Guard solo thing, which again got a spiked roll and died. One Efaarit also needlessly moved to far up on the right and was out of Signs and Portents range for the shot.
Skarath runs into the left zone, Dahlia hides behind the house. At this point I realise that Skarath will need Ghostly if he is called up to go into the middle, so the Gator Soul Slave runs into a dangerous position with the optimistic hope of getting a cool Ghost Snek in my future.
I wanted to run the Bullsnapper to the right zone to threaten scoring, alas I was uncomfortable with Jaga's low camp so he chill out to give her the Battle Host (aka I can't believe it's not Escort) armour bonus.

Infernal 3: Alas we are Picless in our time of need. Basically picture me with less stuff on the board.
On the left, the Arc Node ended up with no greater purpose in life so walked over and killed the innocent Feralgeist and the lesser master chick fell back.
Between Crab Claws, Zaateroth aim shots, the medium Horror pew pewing and the Gate shots I lose the central Void Archon, left Squid, most forward squid, some Gobbers, Hermit, an Efaarit and the Gator Soul Slave. The Soul Slave is on me, had to put it in a silly spot due to the failed planning.
Not all bad, one Crab Claws had to come up in my grill to kill the left Squid and zotted off the board from a lack of Essence. Even better, the right most Void survived after the Cultists had some desperation attacks.
Zaatboi did end up feating, so everything has increased defensive and super dodge.
Control points are for smucks, so we that didn't happen for we are obviously not smucks, more Cannoli-ish.
Had I remembered Death rage, a Squid could have effectively killed an extra Horror by dragging it forward out of Cultist Essence top up range. La sadness.
Winion 3: Ink! Spray it now!
Long play wise, I can get to 3 points this turn by holding the sides, whoever I won't be able to meaningfully contest the centre and the Infernals can push for either side. Left would be Dahlia/Snek on the right would be Jaga and bit pieces. Seems bad.
Zaatboi murder it is! I believe it had two transfers.
Jaga casts Signs and Portents, shuffles up and Ghostwalks the last Squid. If this doesn't work at least the death will be quick.
Skarath pops the enemy objective and Arcnode Lesser as busy work.
The Archon is fueled up on Souls thanks to the Gobbers that died for the greater good. Pops a soul for incorporeal, charges Zaatboi in the back. Boosts to hit his melee, lands them and does good. I think I opted not to spray in case a Horror ported in the way of the Squid, could be wrong on that.
The Efaarit pings the gate for some damage.
The Squid then charges the Gate, unfortunately it takes two initials to kill. Gets to Zaat, just manages to land its final attacks to sneak past the transfers and pop him.
Success!
Overreached badly early on, just assumed the Gate would be popped and would feel like a comfortable attritional position. Hermit should have just started directly across from the gate to run pell mell at it, like Gator Soul Slave should have been near the building from the get go for Ghostwalk shenanigans.
I love triple Squid, though really I'm probably in denial and attached to the Squidward Family Reunion name. Should swamp a River Raider and a Squid to get a Wrastler in. But Muuuuummm.....
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2019.11.14 06:46 kawaiisovietball Know Your Shipfu - 009

#Know_your_shipfu - 009/"Divergent Chessboard" 03
KMS Gneisenau - Stop raiding mich plox.
I. Overview
Gneisenau was a German (Ironblood) Scharnhorst-class battlecruiser. She and her sister operated together for much of the operations at the beginning of the war. Because of their doctrine of fighting of raiding merchant ships and retreat whenever is there any presence of British capital ships, she and her big sis Scharnhorst are nicknamed by the British as "The Ugly Sister". Gneisenau sailed along Scharnhorst from the very beginning of the war, participating in Operation Weserübung, where she encountered HMS Renown and sank HMS Glorious; Operation Berlin, where she sank merchant shipping with Scharnhorst. However, she was more unfortunate than her sister as she was so badly hit by air raid in 1942 which required the entire ship to be rebuilt, which by the time Germany was not capable of. She was sunk as a blockship in 1945
II. Specifications
1. Name: Gneisenau
2. Named after: Feldmarschall August Neidhardt von Gneisenau (1760-1831)
3. Class: Scharnhorst
4. Type: Battlecruiser (BC)
5. Laid down: May 6, 1935 at Deutsche Werke shipyard, Kiel
6. Birthday: December 8, 1936
7. Commissioned: May 21, 1938
8. Struck: July 1, 1942
9. Fate: Sunk as a blockship in Gotenhafen March 23, 1945. Salvaged and scrapped by the Polish in 1951
10. Displacement: 32,600 tons
11. Propulsion: 3x Germania steam turbines
12. Engine power: 163,660 shp (122,040 kW)
13. Maximum speed: 31 knots (57 km/h)
14. Max. operating range: 6,200 nmi (13,100 km) @ 19kn
15. Complement: 1,669
16. Size:
1. Length: 234.9 m (771 ft) 2. Beam: 30 m (98 ft) 3. Draft: 9.9 m (32 ft) 
17. Armour:
  1. Belt: 350 mm (13.8 in)
  2. Deck: 50 mm (2.0 in)
  3. Turrets: 200-360 mm (7.9-14.2 in)
  4. Conning tower: 350 mm (13.8 in)
18. Radar: Seetakt radar
19. Main armament: 3x3 28cm L/54.5 SK C/34 guns (intended -> 3x2 38cm/ SK C/34)
20. Secondary armament:
  1. 6x2 15cm L/55 SK C/28
  2. 7x2 10.5cm L/65 SK C/33
21. Anti-Aircraft:
  1. 5-8x2 3.7cm L/83 SK C/38
  2. 5-19x2 2cm FlaK C/30
22. Torpedo: 2x3 53.3cm torpedo tubes (1942)
23. Aviation facilities: 1x catapult
24. Aircraft carried: 3x Arado Ar 196A floatplanes
III. Operational history
Ordered as Ersatz Hessen to replace pre-dreadnought battleship Hessen, the keel of the battleship was laid down at Deutsche Werk in Kiel on May 6, 1935. During construction, her name was changed to Gneisenau. Construction was completed after more than a year on December 1936. Gneisenau spent the next two years being completed and was commissioned in May 21, 1938, under the command of Käpitan zur See Erich Förste. Similar to Scharnhorst, sea trial revealed a hazardous tendency to be heavily flooded during heavy sea. As the result, the bow was reworked until September 1939, just when the war broke out.
On the very first day of the war, September 4, 1939, Gneisenau was bombed by British Wellington bombers. Although the strike didn't damage Gneisenau, it signalled more strikes to come in the future. In November 1939, Käpitan zur See Harald Netzbandt relieved KzS Förste to become the commander of Gneisenau. Right after that, Gneisenau and Scharnhorst was put under command of Admiral Wilhelm Marschall to began their raid. They departed on November 21, 1939. Two days later, they encountered British armed merchant cruiser Rawalpindi. Gneisenau engaged Rawalpindi 8 minutes after Scharnhorst opened fire. Within minutes the British converted armed merchant cruiser was reduced to a burning wreck. After detecting British cruiser Newcastle, the German flotilla withdrew. Escaping the pursuit by British and French capital ships at high speed in heavy weather, Gneisenau was significantly damaged by stormy seas before reaching Kiel on November 27.
Returning to service in January 1940, Gneisenau performed sea trials and exercises in the Baltic sea before returning to the North Sea in early February. She again joined Scharnhorst in Vizeadmiral Günther Lütjens fleet taking part in Operation Weserübung. Gneisenau took part in the support of the assault on Narvik and Trondheim. On the morning of April 7 they arrived in Narvik. Later that day they came under an air attack by the RAF. On the following morning the German fleet encountered British destroyer Glowworm. Glowworm was rammed and sunk by Hipper after the skirmish. Later that day, Gneisy and Scharny took up position west of the Vestfjorden to cover the landing of Narvik and Trondheim.
The following morning, Gneisenau was involved in the Action off Lofoten against British old battlecruiser Renown. At 03:50, Gneisenau's Seetakt radar picked up Renown, but due to heavy weather, neither side close up and engaged each other. At 04:05, Renown opened fire on Gneisenau with her large 15-inch guns. At 04:11, Gneisenau repelled and hit Renown with 2 of her 28 cm, though they failed to explode. Meanwhile, she was also hit by 3 15-inch shells, which knocked out her fire director, rangefinder and her "Caesar" turret. Scharnhorst had to lay smoke so that Gneisenau could retreat. Renown also suffered from the severe weather which knocked out her forward turret. The German ships escape into the storm to break off Renown's pursuit. At 05:20, the action reignited with ineffective fire from both side. Fearing a torpedo attack on Gneisenau, the German ships disengaged at 06:15, sailing west into the Arctic Ocean. With the bad weather at the time, Renown also broke off the pursuit. Gneisenau fired a total of 54 rounds during the battle.
During the withdrawal, Gneisenau's bow was flooded by the high Arctic wave, damaging her 2 remaining "Anton" and "Bruno" turrets. The two battlecruisers are rejoined by Admiral Hipper on April 11 and they came back to Bremerhaven to repair. After repairs are completed, Gneisenau was sent to the Baltic in preparation for the siege of Soviet Baltic Fleet in Leningrad as a part of Operation Barbarossa. However, she struck a mine on May 5, which caused considerable damage to her hull and flooded her compartments. Several equipments such as the rear rangefinder and the turbine also got heavily damaged due to the shock from the explosion. As the result, Gneisenau was sent back to Kiel for a month-long repair.
Returning to combat on May 27, Gneisenau again joined Scharnhorst and Hipper in Operation Juno, the operation to disrupt Allied efforts to supply Free Norwegian troops. On June 8, Gneisenau and Scharnhorst sank British trawler Juniper and tanker Oil Pioneer. Later the same day, while sailing to Harstad, Gneisenau detected British carrier Glorious at 15:45 from a range of 50 km. The two battlecruisers used their speed to catch up with the only half-powered Glorious. They opened fire at an extreme range of 24,000 m, with Scharnhorst hitting Glorious boiler causing a large fire and slowing Glorious down to 29 kn at 16:30 after 3 salvos. Gneisenau followed with a hit into the bridge, knocking out Glorious' command at 16:58. Gneisenau also disabled Glorious' communication system, resulting in Glorious unable to send distress signal. Meanwhile, Ardent rushed toward the German battlecruisers and almost managed to hit Scharnhorst with a torpedo and actually hit her with several shots, but she exposed to the battlecruisers' heavy 15 cm armament. At 17:20, Glorious was again hit at her engine room and became a sitting duck, with shells raining down her deck. Not until 20 minutes late did the German stop firing at her, and Glorious sank at 18:08 with only 43 survivors. Acasta charged at Scharny and Gneisy at about 17:25 and hit Scharnhorst with a torpedo at 17:34, heavily damaging Scharny's turret. However, the little A-class destroyer was focused down by heavy firepower and sank at 18:16 with heavy loss.
Scharnhorst was damaged and was detached to Trondheim for temporary repairs for ten days before sailing back to Germany. Thus, Gneisenau and Hipper was sent west to give the impression that they were going to break out to the Atlantic to distract the British from Scharnhorst, who was making home. However, on June 20, Gneisenau was hit by a torpedo from British submarine Clyde northwest of Halten, resulting in her being sent back to drydock with her sister. The fish hit Gneisenau in the bow, flooding her bow compartment. As the result, Gneisy was sent back to Trondheim for a one-month-long temporary repair before being sent back to Kiel on July 27 under the escort of Nürnberg and Admiral Hipper. In August, KzS Förste was relieved by Käpitan zur See Otto Fein.
Return to combat after a long repair in Kiel, Gneisenau again joined Scharnhorst in Operation Berlin. They left port for the Atlantic on January 21, 1941 under the command of Admiral Günther Lütjens. On February 6, the sisters were refueled by tanker Schlettstadt near Cape Farewell. 2 days later, they encountered Convoy HX 106, escorted by Revenge-class battleship Ramillies. Lütjens was prohibited from attacking convoys with capital ships, so he left HX 106 to the mercy of U-Boats, which U-96 managed to sank two ships of the convoy. The two battlecruisers later sailed to the northwest to engage ship lines. Though they missed returning convoy HX 111, on February 22, they encountered another convoy sailing west. Gneisenau confirmed 3 kills with her 28 cm and Scharnhorst confirmed 2 other kills, totaling 25,784 tons of shipping. After the action, Lütjens sailed south to intercept the Cape Town-Gibraltar shipping line northwest of Cape Verde. On March 8, they encountered another convoy escorted by battleship Malaya. As this convoy was again protected by a battleship, Lütjens withdrew and ordered the U-Boats to attack the convoy. Later that night a pair of loliboats came and sank 28,488 tons of shipping.
Meanwhile, Gneisenau and Scharnhorst repositioned themselves to Western Atlantic. They rendezvoused with 2 tankers Uckermarck and Ermland on March 12. En route, they sank a merchant ship. 3 days after the rendezvous, Gneisenau and Scharnhorst encountered an unescorted convoy. Gneisenau captured 3 tankers and sank the fourth, totaling 20,139 tons of shipping. The following day they encountered another unescorted convoy. 7 merchantmen was sunk by Gneisy for a total of 26,693 tons whilst her sister sank 6 freighters for 35,561 tons. One of the merchant, Chilean Reefer sent Scharny's and Gneisy's position to King George V and Rodney and opened fire on Gneisenau with her 3-inch gun, so Gneisenau and Scharnhorst withdrew to a safe range and sank that little pesky merchant. Later, the two sisters used their speed to retreat back to Brest on March 22. During the two months of raiding during Operation Berlin, Scharnhorst and Gneisenau sailed 16,000 nmi (29,000 km) and sank or captured 22 ships.
The British truly want to revenge this. And they did so by continuously bombing Gneisenau when she was in Brest. On the night of March 30-31 and April 4-5, Gneisenau was subject to 2 raids, though, she wasn't hit in either raid. However, the following day after the raid, British Beauforts attack the ship docking in the harbour after being moved there to prevent being hit by bomb on the drydock. The Beauforts managed to hit Gneisy-sensei with one torpedo, heavily flooding her as well as destroying her electronics and propulsion system. Just 3 days later, another group of bombers hit Gneisenau with 4 500-lbs AP bombs, killing 88. As the result, she was drydocked for repairs, missing Operation Rheinübung, thus she couldn't protect Bismarck.
Meanwhile, the German High Command decided that Scharnhorst, Gneisy-sensei and Prinz Eugen returned to Germany in what would be known as the Channel Dash. In early February German minesweepers swept a route through the English Channel. 1 hour to midnight on February 11, the three ships left Brest, bound for Kiel under Luftwaffe's cover. By 06:30, they were joined by a torpedo boat flotilla in Cherbourg, led by Käpitan Erich Bey (who would later command Scharnhorst on her last mission). 30 minutes after 1 in the afternoon, they were attacked by 6 Swordfishes, but Luftwaffe's CAP destroyed them before they could reach the battlecruisers. At 16:17, 5 British destroyers mounted an attack on the German ships. However, Mother Nature was on German side when heavy seas prevented their torpedo attacks. Gneisenau and Prinz Eugen severely damaged the V and W-class destroyer Worcester, so they retreated as the result. At 19:55, it was Gneisenau's turn to be damage when she struck a mine off Terschelling, causing minor damage. At 03:50, they arrived safely at Helgoland. Further damage struck Gneisenau when she collided with a wreck on entrance to the port.
After another long repair was done, Gneisenau was returned to full combat capacity in late February 1942, and she was scheduled to be sent to Norway the following month. Unfortunately, on the night of February 26-27, Gneisenau was attacked by a large formation of RAF bombers. One bomb penetrated her turret, causing a large magazine explosion killing 112 sailors, and sending Gneisenau in, yet, another repair. On April 4, she was sent to Gotenhafen to be repaired and rearmed with new 38 cm guns. She was decommissioned on July 1 with her crew being sent to U-Boats. By early 1943, Gneisy-sensei was ready to be fitted with 38 cm.
However, a decision from Htler sealed her fate. After the defeat at the *Battle of the Barents Sea** in December 1942, Htler was so furious of the inefficiency of surface ships that he ordered all works on *Gneisenau and Graf Zeppelin to be halted infinitely. Gneisenau was disarmed and her guns was taken to Norway.
Gneisenau spent her 3 years unused at Gotenhafen. There was a plan to take her 28 cm turret to put the famous tank project called the Ratte (However that project was a complete bullshit). When the Soviet Red Army advanced to Poland in March 1945, Gneisenau was towed and scuttled to block the entrance to Gotenhafen harbour on March 27. In 1947, the newly formed communist Polish government ordered the ship to be removed, so Gneisenau was salvaged on December 12, 1951 and scrapped. Some parts of Gneisenau was to be reused in the form of some Polish merchant vessel. Meanwhile, Gneisy's "Caesar" turret is now preserved at Austrått Fort, Norway.
IV. Evaluation
We can say that Gneisy have fulfilled her duty, and did it well. She sank many merchant shippings with her sister, Scharny, causing the Royal Navy to disperse her fleet fighting the two ships. However, Gneisenau was unfortunate to be the target of British bombing. This, in addition with the already lack of supplies rendering her useless since 1942 to the end of the war. Long words short, Gneisenau was a victim of German critical error in naval doctrine and wrong decision from the leader
V. In Azur Lane
Introduced into the game in the event "Divergent Chessboard", Gneisenau is an Elite ship, similar to her sister Scharnhorst. She can be obtained through "Divergent Chessboard" Event Shop for 4000 Red PT or as a drop in B2, D2, D3 and D4 maps. Gneisenau can also be obtained as a drop in B2, B3; D2, D3 and SP maps of the "Scherzo Of Iron And Blood" event.
Like her sister, Gneisenau has 3 equipment slots for BB Guns (105%-135%), DD/CL Guns (150%) and AA Guns (70%). She has two Assault skills: "Battle Buster" (as she was one of the most successful raider of the war) and "Torpedo Launch" (class specification, as her torpedo tubes was transferred from Leipzig and Nürnberg). She's pretty effective in battle due to having a very fast reload speed.
In her Self-introduction line, Gneisenau said that she was not as headstrong as her sister, relating to her taking part in less action than her sisters. In many of her lines, Gneisenau suggested that her mission is to support her sister Scharnhorst. Her Secretary 2 line referred completely to her career of active service in the beginning of the war and being inactive during the end. The "Prideful lady" and "old-fashion knight" in Secretary 3 line is Glorious. Gneisenau's Strengthening line somewhat refers to Hitlr decision to stop all work on *Zeppelin and her.
Gneisenau has the "Nightmarish Succubus" skin with L2D and background for just 1,080 nyaaas
VI. Sources
1. References
Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_battleship_Gneisenau
2. Photographic materials
+) In-game -) In-game: https://azurlane.koumakan.jp/w/images/d/df/Gneisenau.png -) "Nightmarish Succubus" skin: https://azurlane.koumakan.jp/w/images/8/84/GneisenauHalloween.png
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2019.02.24 18:25 Talabatwarrior Why Dubai Is a Perfect Setting for Grand Theft Auto

Grand Theft Auto has long been parodying the American Dream, with games set in fictional versions of New York (GTA IV), Miami (Vice City), and Los Angeles (V), plus the San Francisco and Las Vegas analogues seen in GTA: San Andreas. Rockstar's infamous series has previously visited London though, suggesting that while its makers are publicly adamant that it'll always be set stateside, GTA could yet travel to new destinations, exploring the unknown to avoid becoming repetitive.
And when that move comes, to abandon America—perhaps for a single game; perhaps for the long-term future—there's one city that stands out above all others as the perfect candidate: Dubai.
The pearl-diving backwater turned Las Vegas of the Middle East has all the hallmarks of a classic GTA game: fast cars, iconic architecture, and audacious criminal activity. Hell, it even has jetpacks. It's a gloriously tacky and grotesquely decadent world of paradoxes that would make the perfect fodder for Rockstar's singular brand of social satire.
A New Type of Sandbox
Picture yourself skydiving from the world's tallest building on a warm Arabian night, taking in the dazzling kaleidoscope of neon lights from the many high rises below as you soar towards the earth. Imagine landing your chopper on the helipad of a seven-star offshore hotel, before being escorted to the opulent penthouse suite that's been rewarded to you for completing a main mission for some corrupt tycoon. Visualize your protagonist sipping champagne on a luxury yacht as he takes it for a spin up the Persian Gulf, past ludicrous man-made islands shaped like palm trees.
Dubai is a city that is either vulgar or impressive depending on your perspective, but there is no denying it has a unique visual style that would translate well to a video game—particularly an open world experience like GTA. But what if you feel like taking a break from the hustle and bustle of city life?
GTA V let players explore the wilderness beyond the city of Los Santos, putting them in a world so rich in nature that it even inspired an Attenborough-style wildlife documentary. A game set in Dubai could offer the same sense of escapism, thanks to the city's proximity to one of the most untamed lands on earth, the Arabian Desert. Anyone who has ever been out to the deserts of the UAE will know the opportunities they boast for adrenaline junkies and thrill-seekers. Think quad biking, think dirt biking, think tearing up epic sand dunes in your 4x4 and you get the idea.
And perhaps, more romantically, the desert could also provide the opportunity to take a glimpse into Bedouin life. Maybe one of the game's story arcs could introduce you to the nomadic tribes who've inhabited this land for centuries, long before oil turned it into the billionaire's playground it is today. Their ancient way of life could certainly provide for some unique minigames—camel racing and falconry, anyone?
And, if nothing else, the desert could provide that most annoying (but necessary) of open-world game staples: the "edge-of-map-barrier." Wander too deep into the sands and your jeep runs out of fuel, your camel dies of thirst or your protagonist gets swept into oblivion by an approaching sandstorm.
Plenty of Job Opportunities
Crime is the lifeblood of any GTA and, as glossy a place as Dubai is from the outside looking in, it also possesses a darker side within which you might expect to build your criminal empire. Much like its bombastic construction projects, the illegal activity that takes place in Dubai is headline grabbing and theatrical. There's no shortage of material here with which to inspire Rockstar's creative leads.
You want drug deals? Here's a story about a gang that was busted for smuggling a whopping 30 kilos of heroin into the country. Heists? Look no further than when a pair of Audi A8s smashed through the glass doors of a shopping center, their drivers stealing $3.4 million of jewelry in under three minutes.
You want assassinations? How about the slaying of a Chechen warlord with a golden gun. Or Mossad's meticulously planned hit on a Hamas operative in a Dubai hotel that featured assassins dressed in tennis shorts and false moustaches. If the latter doesn't sound like something that a Niko Bellic-type character would get roped into being a part of, then I don't know what does.
And if you're foolhardy enough to think Dubai's police will struggle to give chase once you've committed brazen crimes like these, bear in mind their squad of vehicles includes a Lamborghini Aventador, a Bugatti Veyron, and a BMW i8
Letting Your Hair Down
Criminals need their down time, and what you spend yours doing between missions is as important to the GTA experience as the main story. Many of us have sunk hours into trying to become the best darts player Steinway Beer Garden has ever seen, or thrashing the yummy mummies of Vespucci Beach in a game of tennis. And Dubai is a city that takes fun seriously, with tourism playing a key role in its economy, assuring the potential for a wide variety of leisure activities to enjoy.
Take water sports, for example. One of the emirate's biggest attractions is its coastline, so it would be safe to assume that surfing, sailing, paragliding, scuba diving, and powerboat racing could all feature. If the outside world's feeling a little too close for comfort, those looking for cooler climates could hit the slopes of an indoor ski dome—there's one in the Mall of the Emirates, over 22,000 square meters covered in real snow all year round.
GTA players might be disappointed that there's no jetpack in V—so far, at least. But while the pretend LA can't deliver such thrills, the real-life Dubai certainly does—check the video above. Okay, it's not the sort of activity just anyone can join in with—but since when is your average GTA protagonist going to let their "average Joe" status stand in the way of doing something completely extraordinary?
For a truly modern twist, perhaps you could try your hand at a bit of drone racing? Dubai held the first World Drone Prix back in March 2016. And of course, if you're a traditionalist who would rather race cars (this is Grand Theft Auto, after all), there'd always be the opportunity to do that. Just try not to total your Ferrari like this guy did.
New Material
Rockstar uses the cities of GTA to hold a mirror up to American society—albeit a distorted one that accentuates the worst that human nature has to offer. And if the minds behind future installments want some new themes to tackle, they need look no further than Dubai.
Conservative Islamic values are upheld amidst a backdrop of capitalism and debauchery while obscenely lavish hotels are built upon the labors of exploited workers imported from the subcontinent. This is a world rich with contradictions for Rockstar to criticize, parody, and poke fun at, while providing enough substance and entertainment to keep players immersed and engrossed.
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And it's not like Rockstar couldn't tie a story—or several of them—set in Dubai to the lore they've already laid down in previous GTAs. The Ballad of Gay Tony starred Yusuf Amir, a playboy real estate developer with a penchant for tiger pants, stolen APCs, and golden guns. Dubai is his place of birth, and as he made it out of Gay Tony alive, there's no reason why he couldn't play a part in a new Middle Eastern adventure. Then again, compared to some of the very real stories that have come out of Dubai, Yusuf sounds relatively tame—so perhaps Rockstar would have its work cut out to twist the already strange reality of one of the wealthiest and wildest places on Earth.
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2019.02.01 16:09 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn top posts from 2019-01-02 to 2019-02-01 07:14 PDT

Period: 29.73 days
Submissions Comments
Total 577 6624
Rate (per day) 19.41 220.75
Unique Redditors 120 1810
Combined Score 90195 55974

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 7944 points, 106 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [6096 x 4312] HMS Vanguard from overhead. (511 points, 12 comments)
    2. [6040 x 5130]HMS Illustrious at the Norfolk Navy Yard, following battle damage repairs, November 1941 (474 points, 44 comments)
    3. [3374 x 2458] Gneisenau with Admiral Hipper in background, North Atlantic, June 1940. (458 points, 14 comments)
    4. [5872 x 4000] Regina Marina heavy cruiser Zara, likely in the mid 1930's. (302 points, 13 comments)
    5. [5840 x 4656]USS Tennessee (BB-43) likely in the 1930's. (284 points, 12 comments)
    6. [6270 x 4976] IJN Tama off Oahu, Nov 16, 1925 (260 points, 3 comments)
    7. [6170 x 4906] HMS Nelson passing through the Gaillard cut, Panama Canal, on 23 February 1931. (239 points, 21 comments)
    8. [5700 x 4224] French battleship Richelieu taken at Dakar, French West Africa, 25 July 1940. Note the buoys for anti-torpedo nets around the ship. (224 points, 7 comments)
    9. [5702 x 3422]HMS Renown Steaming at high speed, circa 1916-17, as seen from the high-angle gun platform of another British warship. Gun is probably a three-inch type. Note that Renown still has her original searchlight installation, which was replaced later in 1917 (194 points, 4 comments)
    10. [3000 x 1647] HMS Kenya at dock in Vancouver, Aug 16, 1947 (182 points, 3 comments)
  2. 7777 points, 30 submissions: IronWarriorUK
    1. Polar Bear ASW-class attacks the USS Connecticut as it surfaces thru the ice in 2003 [604x453] (1073 points, 56 comments)
    2. FS Le Terrible (S-619) at her launch ceremony [1200x798] (840 points, 94 comments)
    3. Birds eye view of a small fleet of the Russian Pacific Fleet at Vladivostok [1080x887] (798 points, 55 comments)
    4. Friendly Polar Bear ASW-class welcomes a Delta IV class-submarine in the Arctic [1700x901] (712 points, 36 comments)
    5. USS Newport News (SSN-750) Los Angeles-class submarine [1200x800] (601 points, 27 comments)
    6. RFS Moskva (121) Slava-class cruiser [960x1200] (574 points, 52 comments)
    7. Russian cruiser Aurora (Museum ship) with the beautiful city of Saint Petersburg at night [1200x791] (524 points, 13 comments)
    8. JS Hamayuki (DD-126) Hatsuyuki-class destroyer converted to a Target ship in 2013 [1200x900] (335 points, 5 comments)
    9. 6 Wasp's looking out to sting someone back in 2003 - CTF-51 [2100x1500] (316 points, 33 comments)
    10. Russian Salvage ship Kommuna - 106 years old [960x1200] (301 points, 57 comments)
  3. 5993 points, 38 submissions: __hrga__
    1. US and Japanese ships sailing in formation [1765 × 1177] (983 points, 64 comments)
    2. Japanese Soryu class submarine [1280 × 853] (724 points, 42 comments)
    3. American helicopter destroyer USS Gerald R Ford [4783 × 2692] (337 points, 62 comments)
    4. Uss Gerald R. Ford in Dry Dock [2048 × 1316] (294 points, 23 comments)
    5. A water-level bow view of the battleship USS MISSOURI (BB-63) underway [1600 × 1070] (274 points, 8 comments)
    6. You know your drydock is big when you fit a typhoon and surface ship inside together [1015x636] (252 points, 54 comments)
    7. US and Japanese destroyers sailing in formation [2700 × 1695] (249 points, 26 comments)
    8. French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle [4252 × 2835] (248 points, 40 comments)
    9. JS Kirishima (DDG-174) [4256 × 2832] (213 points, 9 comments)
    10. DDG-173 Kongō and many other ships [2979 × 1982] (197 points, 14 comments)
  4. 5361 points, 24 submissions: Taldoable
    1. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) looming at the end of West Plume Street, Norfolk, Virginia. [1932x2352] (1372 points, 52 comments)
    2. USS Oriskany (CV-34) The last Essex-class carrier ever completed. She was sunk 25 miles south of Pensacola, Florida, becoming the largest ship ever used to create an artificial reef. She's now earned the nickname "The Great Carrier Reef" [4288x2848] (799 points, 82 comments)
    3. The final voyage of the USS Enterprise (CV-6) as she is towed to the breakers. August 21, 1958. [1023x793] (798 points, 67 comments)
    4. In Service of Giants: workers in protective gear work to reactivate USS New Jersey (BB-62) in 1982. [2725x1877] (427 points, 43 comments)
    5. Figurehead of the USS Mississippi (BB-23), located on the New Capitol grounds, presented to the State of Mississippi By the U.S. Navy Department, December, 1909. [1185x766] (252 points, 6 comments)
    6. The difference 30 years makes; USS Wisconsin (launched 1944) is tied up outboard of the hulk of USS Oklahoma (launched 1914) [5199x4157] (193 points, 23 comments)
    7. E X T R A T H I C C. USS Alabama (BB-60) showing off her curves 1945.[2250x2790] (191 points, 13 comments)
    8. The end of the USS West Virginia (BB-48) [1000x797] (172 points, 25 comments)
    9. Born again (again): USS New Jersey (BB-62) as she is towed from Puget Sound Intermediate Maintenance Facility for her third reactivation, July 1981[2925x1957] (170 points, 4 comments)
    10. Ain't gonna lie, the lady's got hips. USS North Carolina (BB-55), Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard, 1942 [4476x5555] (134 points, 7 comments)
  5. 4308 points, 9 submissions: abt137
    1. It turns out the US Navy experimented with ship brakes prior to WW1, the so called Lacoste Breaks. Here the installation of the Lacoste Ship Brake in the USS Indiana. Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1 April 1910. (very large file) (5786x4596) (1057 points, 57 comments)
    2. A bit of a rarity. Hydraulic Net Cutter used by crews of X-Class midget submarines to cut anti-submarine nets (4000x3000) (855 points, 44 comments)
    3. WW2 USN forgotten aircraft carriers. USS Sable and USS Wolverine were Great Lakes sidewheel steamers converted into training carriers. They trained scores of naval aviators in carrier takeoffs and landings operating in the Great Lakes. Here USS Sable in Lake Erie ice, 1943. (3000x2403) (839 points, 21 comments)
    4. Close up of the ornate bow & torpedo tube of USS Indiana (BB-1) (744x575) (732 points, 24 comments)
    5. USS Hornet in Pearl Harbor, 26 May 1942. She left two days later to take part in the Battle of Midway. (1030x849) (260 points, 7 comments)
    6. Tirpitz sailors gather under one of the ship 380 mm twin turrets, Norway, unknown date (3900x5708) (231 points, 22 comments)
    7. Winans’ Cigar Ships, 1858, an innovative vessel that featured a wrap-around propeller amidship. Similar concepts would later be proposed for submarines in the 1950s (1400x745) (155 points, 9 comments)
    8. Wrecked flight deck of the USS Franklin; In March 19th, 1945 operating 50 miles off Japan coast 1 single Japanese dive bomber hit it with 2 bombs. Franklin had 31 armed & fueled aircraft warming up on her flight deck + 1 gasoline refueling system still operational. April 1945, New York. (5747x4457) (142 points, 8 comments)
    9. North of Midway. 0720 AM June 4th, 1942. The Imperial Japanese Fleet is 155 miles away. USS Enterprise prepares to launch VT-6 Torpedo Squadron equipped with obsolete Douglas Devastators, most of those men had only 2 hrs left to live. Heavy cruiser USS Pensacola can be seen in the right (4946x2591) (37 points, 3 comments)
  6. 3803 points, 24 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. U.S. Navy sub V-3 next to "Old Ironsides" - 1916 [2770 x 2081] (799 points, 35 comments)
    2. HMS Ark Royal [1024 x 587] (655 points, 38 comments)
    3. USS Intrepid under way in the Pacific, 1945 [1878 x 1496] (638 points, 14 comments)
    4. Thirty maritime unit ships from 12 nations maneuver in close formation for a photo exercise during Exercise Baltic Operations (BALTOPS) 2018 [4800 x 3195] (202 points, 10 comments)
    5. U.S.S. Shenandoah moored to U.S.S. Patoka, 1924 [3347 x 4054] (148 points, 5 comments)
    6. Aerial view of USS New Jersey, 4 Aug 1943 [1872 x 1496] (146 points, 13 comments)
    7. Water sprays from a test blast conducted off the starboard side of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71), 1987 [1600 x 1280] (116 points, 8 comments)
    8. USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transits the South China Sea [4536 x 2529] (113 points, 3 comments)
    9. USS Aylwin during speed runs, 1910 [4810 x 2594] (111 points, 1 comment)
    10. JS Makinami (DD 112), JS Inazuma (DD 105), USS Bunker Hill (CG 52), and USS Preble (DDG 88) transit the western Pacific Ocean [6048 x 4032] (88 points, 7 comments)
  7. 3110 points, 11 submissions: Bacon_Hero
    1. A group of several Arleigh Burke destroyers [1379x991] (822 points, 94 comments)
    2. USS Alaska (CB-1) sporting Measure 32 camouflage in August, 1944 [5003x3986] (682 points, 45 comments)
    3. Charles de Gaulle complemented by a deck full of Rafales [2048x1364] (673 points, 62 comments)
    4. Venus the bulldog, mascot of the HMS Vansittart [2048x1385] (246 points, 2 comments)
    5. HMS Argus showing off the iconic dazzle camouflage pattern [840x877] (181 points, 2 comments)
    6. Japanese cruiser Kashii sinking off the coast of French Indochina after an attack by SB2Cs (Jan 12, 1945) [6110x4940] (150 points, 7 comments)
    7. Four Typhoons flanking a Type 45 destroyer [1208x731] (111 points, 14 comments)
    8. HMS Calpe (L71), a Hunt-class destroyer escort [800x570] (97 points, 3 comments)
    9. USS Capelin off the Atlantic coast in August, 1943 [1597x1600] (53 points, 3 comments)
    10. U.S. Third Fleet anchored at Ulithi Atol, on December 8, 1944. [5944x4752] (50 points, 11 comments)
  8. 2832 points, 19 submissions: Crowe410
    1. Submarine tenders USS Euryale (AS-22), USS Aegir (AS-23) and USS Pelias (AS-14) alongside 52 mothballed submarines, circa 1946 [775×1102] (765 points, 33 comments)
    2. Aircraft from Carrier Air Wing One (CVW-1) fly over the Kitty Hawk-class carrier USS America (CV-66), 21 April 1983 [2225×2757] (372 points, 28 comments)
    3. USS Daniel Boone (SSBN-629) firing a coloured water slug, at Mare Island in February 1964 [1100×1381] (369 points, 21 comments)
    4. USS Franklin (CV-13) listing heavily after being attacked by a Japanese dive bomber, 19 March 1945 [1887×1510] (314 points, 31 comments)
    5. USS Wichita (CA-45) anchored at Seidisfjord, Iceland on 30 June 1942 [1536×1577] (158 points, 6 comments)
    6. Somerset (LPD-25) on the builders ways at Northrop Grumman Ship Systems, Ingalls Operation, Avondale facility, LA., circa 2010 [3000×2097] (113 points, 2 comments)
    7. Combat training exercises aboard PT-107, an 80-foot Elco torpedo boat, circa 1942 [1500×1187] (94 points, 8 comments)
    8. Italian cruiser San Giorgio after being scuttled in the harbor at Tobruk, Libya as Australian troops entered the city, 22 Jan 1941 [1200×785] (79 points, 6 comments)
    9. Crewmen aboard the USS Casimir Pulaski (SSBN-633) point out the location of a "terrorist" intruder during Exercise LantCoopEx 1-89, May 1989, Port Canaveral, Florida [1350×2050] (78 points, 11 comments)
    10. Commencement Bay-class escort carrier USS Gilbert Islands (CVE-107) in rough seas, circa 1945 [1000×701] (76 points, 3 comments)
  9. 2811 points, 18 submissions: Saturnax1
    1. [3636 x 2380] Zumwalt class destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000) (775 points, 121 comments)
    2. [3500 x 2318] Project 775/Ropucha class landing ship releasing its payload (426 points, 18 comments)
    3. [1080 x 1080] Project 1164 Atlant/Slava class cruiser Varyag (304 points, 7 comments)
    4. [2820 x 1870] Iowa class battleship USS Wisconsin (BB-64) & Iwo Jima class amphibious assault ship USS Tripoli (LPH-10) (257 points, 10 comments)
    5. [1199 x 931] Project 1144.2M Orlan/Kirov class battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy & Project 941 Akula/Typhoon class SSBN Dmitri Donskoi (TK-208) (214 points, 33 comments)
    6. [1024 x 613] Project 12411/Tarantul III class corvette R-18 firing countermeasures (142 points, 8 comments)
    7. [639 x 1024] Solemn moment aboard Project 26bis2/Kirov class cruiser Kalinin (105 points, 6 comments)
    8. [2000 x 1360] Iowa class battleship USS New Jersey (BB-62) firing her 16 in (406 mm) 50 cal. Mark 7 guns (80 points, 10 comments)
    9. [3390 x 2216] Project 1144.2M Orlan/Kirov class battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy (75 points, 6 comments)
    10. [1709 x 1227] Project 12341 Ovod/Nanuchka III class corvette Aysberg launching P-120 Malakhit/SS-N-9 Siren AShM (73 points, 5 comments)
  10. 2796 points, 18 submissions: ak-pk
    1. Project 11356 class frigate (large) and project 22380 class frigate (small) [3397 x 2368] (593 points, 29 comments)
    2. Karakurt-class missile corvette [2560 x 1707] (565 points, 20 comments)
    3. Ropucha-class landing ship [3135 x 2352] (539 points, 28 comments)
    4. AK-130 gun at the stern of the " Pyotr Velikiy" Kirov-class battlecruiser [5548 x 3699] (153 points, 3 comments)
    5. "Admiral Makarov" Project 11356-class Frigate [3804 x 2536] (117 points, 1 comment)
    6. "Petr Morgunov" landing ship, the 2nd ship of the project 11711 class, at her launch ceremony [5472 x 3648] (103 points, 3 comments)
    7. " Pyotr Velikiy" Kirov-class battlecruiser [3840 x 2160] (101 points, 7 comments)
    8. Ships of the Black Sea Fleet, Sevastopol [4000 x 2670] (89 points, 20 comments)
    9. 2018 Russia's Navy Day parade in St. Petersburg [4747 X 3165] (85 points, 7 comments)
    10. "Moskva" project 1164-class guided missile cruiser [5039 x 3239] (64 points, 11 comments)
  11. 2702 points, 17 submissions: Freefight
    1. 16 inch shells being wheeled away after being brought on board of Nelson-class battleship HMS Rodney.[598 × 800] (653 points, 37 comments)
    2. Audacious-class aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal R09 taking on the waves.[2100 × 1211] (484 points, 20 comments)
    3. Invincible-class light aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious (R06) with a full flight deck.[3000 × 1889] (298 points, 10 comments)
    4. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) berthed at Pier 4, East of the Leonardo Pier Complex at the Naval Weapons Station Earle.[1182 × 1489] (208 points, 24 comments)
    5. A good frontal view of French battleship Bretagne, lead ship of her class.[2000 × 3071] (147 points, 10 comments)
    6. Bretagne-class battleship Provence shows of her beautiful contrasts.[1880 × 1168] (116 points, 5 comments)
    7. Crew standing on the deck of submarine HNLMS O-12 of the Royal Netherlands Navy.[1744 × 2362] (111 points, 8 comments)
    8. French battleship Provence at speed in 1915.[3454 × 1942] (97 points, 3 comments)
    9. Wittelsbach class pre-dreadnought battleship SMS Mecklenburg.[4970 × 3820] (97 points, 2 comments)
    10. Visitors on board the British Admiral-class battlescruiser HMS Hood at the Devonport Dockyard, Plymouth, during Navy Week, 21st - 25th August 1928.[634 × 566] (93 points, 7 comments)
  12. 2663 points, 12 submissions: Mattzo12
    1. HMS Duke of York sails from Portland Harbour. In the background are her sister ships HMS Anson and HMS Howe. [3000 x 1729] (705 points, 40 comments)
    2. The USS Wasp with 5 x F35Bs, 3 x CH-53, 9 x V-22s and a Seahawk on deck. The USS Dewey is alongside for UNREP [2470 x 1626] (331 points, 23 comments)
    3. USS George H. W. Bush and HMS Queen Elizabeth in company off the coast of Scotland, 2017. [1200 x 551] (297 points, 17 comments)
    4. What might have been... the Royal Navy CATOBAR aircraft carrier CVA-01, cancelled in 1966 after the design had been finalised. [968 x 482] (273 points, 95 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth alongside in Portsmouth harbour. There are multiple ships in the background, including 5 Type 45 destroyers and 2 Type 23 frigates. [2048 x 1280] (222 points, 38 comments)
    6. High resolution image showing the superstructure of a King George V class battleship [5252 x 3810] (195 points, 18 comments)
    7. HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Dragon, November 2017 [3000 x 2400] (160 points, 21 comments)
    8. A Blackburn Buccaneer is launched from the forward catapult of HMS Eagle [700 x 969] (143 points, 7 comments)
    9. The space on a Type 45 destroyer reserved for strike length VLS. Currently being used as a crew gym. This is HMS Defender. [1200 x 1600] (117 points, 24 comments)
    10. HMS Victorious conducts a RAS with RFA Orangeleaf, 1960s [1628 x 1283] (110 points, 7 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (1289 points, 188 comments)
  2. Mattzo12 (1271 points, 115 comments)
  3. IronWarriorUK (1017 points, 66 comments)
  4. Dudewheresmywhiskey (584 points, 74 comments)
  5. Bacon_Hero (571 points, 108 comments)
  6. JMHSrowing (569 points, 71 comments)
  7. PainStorm14 (558 points, 51 comments)
  8. b0nd4g3 (538 points, 25 comments)
  9. rebelolemiss (517 points, 53 comments)
  10. likeitsonpurpose (446 points, 63 comments)
  11. pancreatic_timebomb (444 points, 29 comments)
  12. Taldoable (425 points, 45 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) looming at the end of West Plume Street, Norfolk, Virginia. [1932x2352] by Taldoable (1372 points, 52 comments)
  2. Polar Bear ASW-class attacks the USS Connecticut as it surfaces thru the ice in 2003 [604x453] by IronWarriorUK (1073 points, 56 comments)
  3. It turns out the US Navy experimented with ship brakes prior to WW1, the so called Lacoste Breaks. Here the installation of the Lacoste Ship Brake in the USS Indiana. Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1 April 1910. (very large file) (5786x4596) by abt137 (1057 points, 57 comments)
  4. US and Japanese ships sailing in formation [1765 × 1177] by __hrga__ (983 points, 64 comments)
  5. Nelson, Rodney, and Hood, c.1941 [707x900] by Thats_Just_Dandy (981 points, 62 comments)
  6. Ladies and Gentlemen: in my opinion, this is the ugliest warship in history. USS Choctaw [723x408] by pancreatic_timebomb (898 points, 117 comments)
  7. A bit of a rarity. Hydraulic Net Cutter used by crews of X-Class midget submarines to cut anti-submarine nets (4000x3000) by abt137 (855 points, 44 comments)
  8. FS Le Terrible (S-619) at her launch ceremony [1200x798] by IronWarriorUK (840 points, 94 comments)
  9. WW2 USN forgotten aircraft carriers. USS Sable and USS Wolverine were Great Lakes sidewheel steamers converted into training carriers. They trained scores of naval aviators in carrier takeoffs and landings operating in the Great Lakes. Here USS Sable in Lake Erie ice, 1943. (3000x2403) by abt137 (839 points, 21 comments)
  10. [3947 x 2312] One of the partners left my firm and left me this beauty. There is something truly mesmerizing about a 17th century naval battle, art or no. by KSrager92 (829 points, 43 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 332 points: fierynaga's comment in It turns out the US Navy experimented with ship brakes prior to WW1, the so called Lacoste Breaks. Here the installation of the Lacoste Ship Brake in the USS Indiana. Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1 April 1910. (very large file) (5786x4596)
  2. 247 points: Guermantesway's comment in Ladies and Gentlemen: in my opinion, this is the ugliest warship in history. USS Choctaw [723x408]
  3. 236 points: followupquestion's comment in Ladies and Gentlemen: in my opinion, this is the ugliest warship in history. USS Choctaw [723x408]
  4. 214 points: rebelolemiss's comment in It turns out the US Navy experimented with ship brakes prior to WW1, the so called Lacoste Breaks. Here the installation of the Lacoste Ship Brake in the USS Indiana. Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1 April 1910. (very large file) (5786x4596)
  5. 171 points: Reimad's comment in USS Fitzgerald after colliding with MV ACX Crystal in June 2017. Seven sailors lost their lives that day [1000x582].
  6. 171 points: wankingSkeever's comment in Chinese Navy (PLAN) by the end of 2019 [OC] [2622x1702]
  7. 164 points: sen_bhapiro's comment in USS Monitor and USS Minnesota engage the Confederate Line at the Battle of Hampton Roads [494 × 340]
  8. 160 points: steampunk691's comment in Polar Bear ASW-class attacks the USS Connecticut as it surfaces thru the ice in 2003 [604x453]
  9. 156 points: Judge_leftshoe's comment in It turns out the US Navy experimented with ship brakes prior to WW1, the so called Lacoste Breaks. Here the installation of the Lacoste Ship Brake in the USS Indiana. Philadelphia Navy Yard, 1 April 1910. (very large file) (5786x4596)
  10. 154 points: thebikerdad's comment in [3636 x 2380] Zumwalt class destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG-1000)
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2018.12.25 19:35 d3vilsfire [SUMMARY] Indian Naval Organization

M: Most of the ships that are not listed are smaller ships which can be called upon in conflict posts, but otherwise will be on patrol missions. These are the major units and major Task Forces. I will comment with what each does specifically, but this post is too big for me to want to keep working with it./M
Task Force Mahamaharathi
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Vardaniya (R35) Vardaniya-class STOBAR; Conventionally powered Aircraft Carrier 20x HALD Jayesh Mk1N; 25x HAL HF-17N; 6x Akansha-026NT; 8x Akansha-026N; 6x Shreyas-02N -
INS Manoj (D78) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Madhuri (D79) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Malik (D80) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Punjab (F52) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Ludhiana (F53) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Harikiran (S77) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Hansh (S78) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Dalip Singh (S91) Los Angeles-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Jyoti (A58) Jyoti-class Replenishment Fleet Tanker 1x Akansha-026N
Task Force Atimaharathi
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Vikrant (R34) Vikrant-class STOBAR; Conventionally powered Aircraft Carrier 18x HALD Jayesh Mk1N; 8x HAL HF-17N; 4x Akansha-026NT; 6x Akansha-026N; 4x Shreyas-02N -
INS Miraj (D81) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Maayan (D82) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Mahesh (D83) Manoj-class Stealth Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Amritsar (F54) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Chandigarh (F55) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Himmat (S79) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Hiran (S80) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Shakti (A57) Deepak-class Replenishment Fleet Tanker 2x Akansha-026N
Task Force Maharathi
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Vikramaditya (R33) Kiev-class STOBAR; Conventionally powered Aircraft Carrier 26x HALD Jayesh Mk1N; 3x Akansha-026NT; 4x Akansha-026N; 3x Shreyas-02N
INS Paradip (D68) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Porbandar (D69) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Agastya (D70) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Jalandhar (F56) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Patiala (F57) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Hrishita (S81) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Henna (S82) Harikiran-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Deepak (A50) Deepak-class Replenishment Fleet Tanker 2x Akansha-026N
Task Force Rathi
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Aashri (L42) Aashri-class Landing Helicopter Dock 10x Akansha-026N 1,046 troops; 110 vehicles
INS Aashna (L43) Aashri-class Landing Helicopter Dock 10x Akansha-026N 1,046 troops; 110 vehicles
INS Bathinda (F58) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Hoshiarpur (F63) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Mohali (F64) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Gaurav (P34) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Govinda (P36) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Rajput (P39) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Rana (P40) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Uday Singh (S90) Los Angeles-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Karnataka (S93) Seawolf-class Nuclear Attack Submarine -
Task Force Atirathi
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Aradhya (L44) Aashri-class Landing Helicopter Dock 10x Akansha-026N 1,046 troops; 110 vehicles
INS Anaya (L45) Aashri-class Landing Helicopter Dock 10x Akansha-026N 1,046 troops; 110 vehicles
INS Batala (F65) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Pathankot (F66) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Moga (F67) Punjab-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Shahid (P37) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Hrithik (P38) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Ranjit (P41) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Ranvir (P42) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Chawla (S89) Los Angeles-class Nuclear Attack Submarine
INS Gujarat (S92) Seawolf-class Nuclear Attack Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 001
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Arihant (S73) Arihant-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
INS Arighat (S74) Arihant-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
Task Force Wolfpack 002
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Varuna (S75) Arihant-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
INS Makara (S76) Arihant-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
Task Force Wolfpack 003
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Preksha (S83) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
INS Parthi (S84) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
Task Force Wolfpack 004
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Pari (S85) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine
INS Priya (S86) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 005
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Pavni (S87) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine -
INS Pooja (S88) Preksha-class Nuclear Ballistic Missile Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 006
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Kalvari (S21) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric Submarine -
INS Khanderi (S22) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric Submarine -
INS Karanj (S23) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 007
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Vela (S24) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric Submarine -
INS Vagir (S25) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric w/ AIP Submarine -
INS Vagsheer (S26) Kalvari-class Diesel-Electric w/ AIP Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 008
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Ekram (S27) Ekram-class AIP Submarine -
INS Eshan (S28) Ekram-class AIP Submarine -
Task Force Wolfpack 009
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Sindhukesari (S33) Sindhukesari-class AIP Submarine -
INS Shishumar (S34) Sindhukesari-class AIP Submarine -
Task Force Escort Fleet 001
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Bharat (D71) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Vijaydurg (F59) Vijaydurg-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Mahratta (F60) Vijaydurg-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Ranvijay (P43) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Reshma (P45) Rajput-class Stealth ASuW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
Task Force Escort Fleet 002
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Visakhapatnam (D66) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Kolkata (D63) Kolkata-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Krishna (F61) Vijaydurg-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Bengal (F62) Vijaydurg-class Stealth Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Dinesh (P33) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Chandan (P32) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
Task Force Escort Fleet 003
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Mormugao (D67) Visakhapatnam-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Chennai (D65) Kolkata-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Teg (F45) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Tarkash (F50) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Kavaratti (P31) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Kiltan (P30) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
Task Force Escort Fleet 004
Ship Name Ship Class Type Notes
INS Kochi (D64) Kolkata-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Tabar (F44) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Trikand (F51) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Kamorta (P28) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Kadmatt (P29) Kamorta-class Stealth AsW Corvette 1x Akansha-026NT
Task Force Escort Fleet 005
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Mumbai (D72) Mumbai-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Shivalik (F47) Shivalik-class Guided-missile frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Satpura (F48) Shivalik-class Guided-missile frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
INS Sahyadri (F49) Shivalik-class Guided-missile frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
Task Force Escort Fleet 006
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Talwar (F40) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Trishul (F43) Talwar-Class Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT
INS Beas (F37) Brahmaputra-class Guided-missile frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N
Task Force Escort Fleet 007
Ship Name Ship Class Type Aviation Notes
INS Delhi (D73) Mumbai-class Stealth Guided Missile Destroyer 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Mysore (F76) Baden-Württemberg-class General Purpose Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
INS Mahendra (F77) Baden-Württemberg-class General Purpose Frigate 1x Akansha-026NT; 1x Akansha-026N -
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2018.12.10 22:57 infinitum3d d100 plots from early Dungeon magazines

001: 1986 Sep/Oct DARK TOWER OF CABILAR, THE AD&D 1E 04-07 Michael Ashton and Lee Sperry Heroes must retrieve a crown from the underground tower of the dead wizard Cabilar.
002: 1986 Sep/Oct ASSAULT ON EDDISTONE POINT AD&D 1E 01-03 Patricia Nead Elrod The signal tower at Eddistone Point has been seized by bandits, and it's up to the heroes to recapture it.
003: 1986 Sep/Oct GRAKHIRT'S LAIR AD&D 1E 01-03 John Nephew Norkers threaten the town of Nolivari. The heroes must track down their leader, the illusionist/assassin Grakhirt, and thwart his plans of conquest.
004: 1986 Sep/Oct ELVEN HOME, THE D&D 01-03 Anne Gray McCready While traveling off-road through the wilderness, the characters happen upon a group of reclusive elves, a troublesome treant, and irksome stirges.
005: 1986 Sep/Oct INTO THE FIRE AD&D 1E 06-10 Grant & David Boucher While searching for a missing prince in the Western Mountains, the characters locate the mountaintop lair of a treasure-hungry red dragon.
006: 1986 Sep/Oct GUARDIANS OF THE TOMB AD&D 1E 03-05 Carl Smith The characters investigate a dilapidated shrine tucked away in the wilderness.
007: 1986 Nov/Dec TITAN'S DREAM, THE AD&D 1E 05-09 William 'Todo' Todorsky Worried about his daughter's pre-arranged marriage to vain Prince Talonbrook, King Aquinus sends to consult with the titan Andromidus, who is said to have oracular powers.
008: 1986 Nov/Dec IN THE DWARVEN KING'S COURT AD&D 1E 03-05 Willie Walsh A ceremonial sword is among several items stolen from the dwarven halls of Mount Diadem.
009: 1986 Nov/Dec CAERMOR AD&D 1E 02-04 Nigel D. Findley The village of Caermor is beset by evil. A secret coven of fiend-worshipers has summoned an extra-planar fiend to terrorize the community.
010: 1986 Nov/Dec KEEP AT KORALGESH, THE D&D 01-03 Robert B. Giacomozzi and Jonathan F. Simmons Characters set sail for the fabled coastal city of Koralgesh, laid to ruin more than six decades ago by the gods.
011: 1987 Jan/Feb FALCON'S PEAK AD&D 1E 01-03 David Howery The castle atop Falcon's Peak is rumored to be haunted. Instead of old ghosts, the heroes encounter a band of evil brigands and hobgoblins led by an evil magic-user.
012: 1987 Jan/Feb BLOOD ON THE SNOW AD&D 1E 03-07 Thomas M. Kane Shortly after arriving at the arctic town of Winterwolf, the characters join the local hunters on a seal-hunting expedition to protect them from a traitor in their midst.
013: 1987 Jan/Feb DEADLY SEA, THE AD&D 1E 04-07 Carol and Robert Pasnak Characters journey to a cliffside citadel to rescue a cleric and his family from the clutches of three dire criminals. The action then moves undersea, where the heroes confront a group of militant tritons.
014: 1987 Jan/Feb BOOK WITH NO END, THE AD&D 1E 08-12 Richard Emerich The characters are hired to retrieve a powerful artifact, the Book With No End, from the shattered tower of the dead wizard Magus.
015: 1987 MaApr KINGDOM IN THE SWAMP AD&D 1E 06-09 John Nephew A halfling thief needs to help rescue his comrades from the clutches of a vampire.
016: 1987 MaApr ESCAPE FROM THE TOWER OF MIDNIGHT AD&D 1E 02-04 Paul Kane The characters are captured by the Midnight Stalkers and locked away in their guild headquarters -- the dread Tower of Midnight.
017: 1987 MaApr FLUFFY GOES TO HECK AD&D 1E 03-05 Rick Reid The farming town of Ealow has fallen prey to a strange curse and, more importantly, little dog Fluffy has gone missing!
018: 1987 May/Jun ROTTING WILLOW, THE AD&D 1E 07-09 Edward P. Bromley III Three boggarts terrorize the village of Rotting Willow.
019: 1987 May/Jun LADY OF THE LAKE AD&D 1E 01 Laura Ferguson A dying woman pleads for the characters to take her to mysterious Orb Lake.
020: 1987 May/Jun STOLEN POWER, THE AD&D 1E 01-03 Robert Kelk The evil cleric Hadonis has stolen a book of infinite spells from the clerics of Highland. Heroes must retrieve the tome from Hadonis' retreat.
021: 1987 May/Jun KAPPA OF PACHEE BRIDGE, THE AD&D Greyhawk 02-05 Jay Batista An evil monster lurks under the Pachee bridge, and the farmers need brave heroe to slay the fiend or drive it away.
022: 1987 May/Jun TROUBLE WITH MYLVIN WIMBLY, THE D&D 01-03 Andrew McCray A halfling fugitive needs the heroes' help to elude an evil magic-user and his orcish thugs.
023: 1987 May/Jun EYES OF EVIL, THE AD&D 1E 10+ Tom Hickerson Manticores and black-garbed brigands are terrorizing the town of Vynald. The townsfolk believe that even greater dangers lurk in a remote cave complex.
024: 1987 May/Jun HIRWARD'S TASK AD&D 1E 04-08 Rich Stump A loses control of his summoned air elemental and depends on heroes to deal with the problem.
025: 1987 Jul/Aug AFTER THE STORM AD&D 1E 08-10 Nick Kopsinis & Patrick Goshtigian A wereshark lurks in the waters of Bluewater Cove, guarding the treasures of a sunken pirate ship.
026: 1987 Jul/Aug WHITE DEATH AD&D 1E 04-07 Randy Maxwell The hunt for a predatory white dragon leads the characters into a deadly trap.
027: 1987 Jul/Aug BRISTANAM'S CAIRN AD&D 1E 08-12 John Nephew Characters explore the tomb of a death knight.
028: 1987 Jul/Aug HOUSE OF THE BROTHERS, THE AD&D Greyhawk 06-10 Mark R. Shipley Traveling through the wilderness, the characters stumble upon the caves of Erdol and Karzahk, a pair of fog giant brothers.
029: 1987 Jul/Aug FORBIDDEN MOUNTAIN AD&D 1E 06-08 Larry Church The characters travel to the Forbidden Mountain in search of treasure.
030: 1987 Jul/Aug TORTLES OF THE PURPLE SAGE - PART 1 D&D 04-10 Merle and Jackie Rasmussen The character's expedition to the Great Northway is interrupted by an encounter with Kallot, the tortle sage, who needs help escorting his brood safely to their ancestral hatching grounds.
031: 1987 Sep/Oct NIGHTSHADE AD&D 1E 01-03 Nigel D. Findley The characters are sent to pick up a 'medicine' concocted by the wizard Nightshade.
032: 1987 Sep/Oct TORTLES OF THE PURPLE SAGE - PART 2 D&D 04-10 Merle and Jackie Rasmussen This details the Richland Trading Post, a community and fortress on the edge of the wilderness, and three lost ruins in the Great Northway.
033: 1987 Sep/Oct MATCHMAKERS, THE AD&D 1E 01-03 Patricia Nead Elrod A sly nobleman asks the party to help him unite his friend, Richard Savelle, with his true love, the beautiful Elissa Holbin.
034: 1987 Sep/Oct SAMURAI STEEL AD&D Greyhawk 03-05 Daniel Salas A loyal samurai fears that his lord, Daimyo Shimada Oda, may have fallen under the spell of his concubine, Korihana.
035: 1987 Sep/Oct JINGLING MORDO CIRCUS, THE AD&D 1E 10+ Vic Broquard The circus has come to town, and people are vanishing.
036: 1987 Nov/Dec MOUNTAIN SANCTUARY AD&D 1E 01-03 John Nephew In this short sequel to Grakhirt's Lair (Issue 1), the heroes explore the sanctuary of an illusionist hoping to find answers to his disappearance.
037: 1987 Nov/Dec FOR A LADY'S HONOR AD&D 1E 04-07 Estes R. Hammons The PC thieves are hired by the Guildmaster of Ansbach to retrieve an 'item'.
038: 1987 Nov/Dec IN DEFENSE OF THE LAW AD&D 1E 07-10 Carl Sargent To save the town of Ranaan, characters must delve into a deep catacombs and protect the magical orb of law.
039: 1987 Nov/Dec WOUNDED WORM, THE AD&D 1E 04-08 Thomas M. Kane Sparock Peninsula is threatened by a maimed red dragon.
040: 1987 Nov/Dec FLOWERS OF FLAME, THE AD&D Greyhawk 05-08 Jay Batista Compelled by duty and loyalty, the characters partake in a quest to find the fabled flowers of flame, rumored to be located in a beautiful valley paradise.
041: 1988 Jan/Feb LURKERS IN THE LIBRARY, THE AD&D 1E 01-03 Patricia Nead Elrod Orcs have broken into the library at Ferrantio, and it's up to the heroes to solve the problem.
042: 1988 Jan/Feb CRYPT OF ISTARIS, THE AD&D 1E 03-05 Richard Fichera The characters must remove the magically-infused remains of a dead wizard and his medallion from a crypt.
043: 1988 Jan/Feb DJINNI'S RING, THE D&D Solo 03 Vince Garcia In DUNGEON's first solo, Moonstone the elf must free a djinni trapped inside a magical ring.
044: 1988 Jan/Feb GOLDEN BOWL OF ASHU H'SAN, THE AD&D Greyhawk 02-04 Rick Swan A mysterious blight plagues the village of Ashu H'San. Characters must solve a dispute among nature spirits to cure the draught.
045: 1988 Jan/Feb GHOSTSHIP GAMBIT, THE D&D 03-06 Randy Maxwell The characters hear rumors of a ghostship plaguing the port city of Koll.
046: 1988 Jan/Feb PLIGHT OF CIRRIA, THE AD&D 1E 08-12 Grant and David Bouncher Ezoran the arch-mage has kidnapped a cloud dragon's mate. Heroes are hired to free the dragon from the wizard's cloud fortress.
047: 1988 MaApr SHRINE OF ILSIDAHUR, THE AD&D Greyhawk 03-06 John Nephew Heroes search for treasure in a remote jungle shrine dedicated to a forgotten tanar'ri lord.
048: 1988 MaApr ARTISAN'S TOMB, THE AD&D Greyhawk 03-05 Matthew Maaske To free the spirit of a dead artisan, the characters must seek out and destroy the vase which contains his earthly remains.
049: 1988 MaApr THEY ALSO SERVE... AD&D 1E 05-07 Robert Kelk The PCs are hired to retrieve a royal patent stolen by the thieves of Kingstown.
050: 1988 MaApr MONSTERQUEST AD&D 1E 01-03 Vince Garcia DUNGEON's first for humanoid PCs has the characters searching for a magical drinking horn sought after by a local orc chieftain.
051: 1988 MaApr SECRETS OF THE TOWERS AD&D 1E 01+ Larry Church The characters explore a tower and discover that it holds a magical portal leading to other similar towers scattered throughout the world.
052: 1988 MaApr THRESHOLD OF EVIL AD&D 1E 14-18 Scott Bennie The village of Tharakil is beset by a strange menace. The villagers suspect that an immortal mage named Azurax Silverhawk may be responsible.
053: 1988 May/Jun DARK CONVENTICLE, THE AD&D 1E 08-12 Richard Emerich Zenobia, a merchant's daughter, has been kidnapped by an evil cult lurking in the Secauk Forest.
054: 1988 May/Jun WOODEN MOUSE, THE AD&D 1E 05-08 Roger Smith A single thief PC must undergo a dangerous test to gain admittance into the local thieves guild.
055: 1988 May/Jun BLACK HEART OF ULOM, THE AD&D 1E 05-08 Mark Keavney The forest of Ulom is cursed, and a black oak at the heart of Ulom seems to be the source.
056: 1988 May/Jun WARDS OF WITCHING WAYS AD&D 1E 03-05 Christopher Perkins The characters are shipwrecked on an island with a castle. Inside the castle, two evil mages gamble on the party's survival.
057: 1988 Jul/Aug LIGHT OF LOST SOULS AD&D 1E 02-04 Nigel D. Findley The heroes are lured to an old lighthouse by the spirit of the deceased lighthouse keeper.
058: 1988 Jul/Aug SCEPTRE OF THE UNDERWORLD AD&D Solo 12 James A. Jacobs A human fighter is hired to recover the sceptre of the underworld from an evil temple.
059: 1988 Jul/Aug AT THE SPOTTLE PARLOR D&D 02-04 Rick Swan The PCs are lured into a friendly game of spottle.
060: 1988 Jul/Aug INTRIGUE IN THE DEPTHS AD&D 1E 04-07 Michael Lach and Rocco Pisto The mages of Mishral need to find out why the aquatic elves have broken their trade treaty.
061: 1988 Jul/Aug HUDDLE FARM AD&D 1E 01-04 Willie Walsh The halflings of Huddle Hill have a little problem.
062: 1988 Sep/Oct RUINS OF NOL-DAER, THE AD&D Greyhawk 05-08 H.L. McCleskey The characters are lured to the ancient castle of Nol-Daer.
063: 1988 Sep/Oct GOING ONCE...GOING TWICE AD&D 1E any Patricia Nead Elrod The mage Demetrius is selling all his old possessions, and the characters are welcome at the auction.
064: 1988 Sep/Oct MOOR-TOMB MAP, THE AD&D 1E 02-04 Jon Bailey The characters stop in the hamlet of Moorwall before setting out to find the tomb of the dead mage Dalvan Meir.
065: 1988 Sep/Oct TREASURE VAULT OF KASIL, THE AD&D 1E 05-07 Patrick Goshtigian & Nick Kopsinis Characters try to plunder a booby-trapped treasure vault sealed centuries ago by the wealthy Kasil family.
066: 1988 Sep/Oct OF NESTS AND NATIONS D&D 08-12 Randy Maxwell The city of Specularum is in an uproar, and the heroes must track down the sinister source of the evil and mayhem.
067: 1988 Nov/Dec MASQUERAIDER AD&D Forgotten Realms 02-05 Randy Maxwell The town of Tyrluk is beset by an unusual monster.
068: 1988 Nov/Dec QUESTION OF BALANCE, A AD&D Forgotten Realms 08-12 Nigel D. Findley The villagers of Havenmere have captured one demon, but another is on the loose!
069: 1988 Nov/Dec STRANDED ON THE BARON'S ISLAND AD&D 1E 04-06 Willie Walsh Stranded on Baron Ruga's island, heroes find sanctuary and trouble within the Baron's immense mansion.
070: 1988 Nov/Dec MASTER OF PUPPETS AD&D 1E 06-08 Carl Sargent The evil monk/illusionist Qhyjanoth has stolen a magical tome belonging to his rival, Aarhius.
071: 1988 Nov/Dec PHANTASM CHASM AD&D 1E 04-07 Erik Kjerland A pair of rogue illusionists use their magic and bugbear henchmen to trap the characters in a treacherous box canyon.
072: 1988 Nov/Dec WERERATS OF RELFREN, THE D&D 03-06 Grant Boucher and William K. Wenz Relfren hasn't been the same ever since that mysterious sideshow came to town.
073: 1989 Jan/Feb WRECK OF THE SHINING STAR, THE AD&D 1E 04-08 Richard W. Emerich Characters search a wrecked ship for survivors, but what they find is far more dangerous.
074: 1989 Jan/Feb IN PURSUIT OF THE SLAYER D&D 06-09 Carl Sargent A family is slaughtered by a man called the Slayer.
075: 1989 Jan/Feb DRAGON'S GIFT, THE AD&D Greyhawk 02-07 Thomas M. Kane A note delivered by a peculiar messenger entices the heroes to visit Waterfall Throne, the lair of a shen lung dragon named Sha Po-Ame.
076: 1989 Jan/Feb GLASS HOUSE, THE AD&D Forgotten Realms 04-06 Wolfgang Baur The heroes help a revenant free his lost love from the cold clutches of a frost giant.
077: 1989 Jan/Feb ROARWATER CAVES AD&D 1E 01-04 Willie Walsh The xvarts of Roarwater Caves are tired of their boorish, bugbear overlords.
078: 1989 Jan/Feb ELEPHANTS' GRAVEYARD, THE AD&D Greyhawk 05-07 David Howery Characters chase an ancient legend and a fortune in precious ivory.
079: 1989 MaApr PALACE IN THE SKY AD&D 1E 07-10 Martin and John Szinger Mysterious raids and giant footprints lure the heroes to a monstrous castle in the clouds.
080: 1989 MaApr DWARVES OF WARKA, THE AD&D 1E 03-06 Fran Hart Something evil lurks in the unexplored caves of Warka.
081: 1989 MaApr NECROPOLIS AD&D 1E 02-04 Nigel D. Findley The dead are rising from the barrows south of Wargrave.
082: 1989 MaApr VESICANT AD&D 1E 04-06 Randal S. Doering The pirates of Scrape have a deadly ally -- the dragon Vesicant -- and heroes must find the green wyrm's lair.
083: 1989 May/Jun PIT, THE AD&D 1E 03-05 Randal S. Doering Guided by an old map, the heroes enter the sealed lair of an evil cult which perished centuries ago.
084: 1989 May/Jun HUNT IN GREAT ALLINDEL, THE AD&D 1E 04-07 Richard W. Emerich Characters exploring the forest of Great Allindel help defend its native elven population from goblin marauders and their illithid master.
085: 1989 May/Jun WAITING ROOM OF YEN-WANG-YEH, THE AD&D Greyhawk 05-06 Greg Kramer Otomo Minbu, a respected samurai, has not returned from an expedition to recover the remains of daimyo Gosen Tadahiro.
086: 1989 May/Jun OUT OF THE ASHES AD&D 1E 08-12 Grant S. Boucher The red dragon Flame has returned and found himself a new lair -- a crystal citadel hovering above a sea of burning lava.
087: 1989 Jul/Aug IRONGUARD AD&D Forgotten Realms 01-03 Ed Greenwood Heroes must undo a curse by finding an ancient spell located in the tomb of Iyarim the wizard.
088: 1989 Jul/Aug WHITELAKE MINE AD&D 2E 02-04 Willie Walsh A gnome's underwater mining operation is thwarted by a giant pike and a clan of evil aquatic ogres.
089: 1989 Jul/Aug TALLOW'S DEEP AD&D 2E 04-07 Steve Gilbert and Bill Slavicsek Goblins have taken over the mines of Tallow's Deep.
090: 1989 Jul/Aug CROCODILE TEARS AD&D Greyhawk 04-06 Marcus Rowland No one knows what evil lurks within the abandoned village of Tijiki, but the heroes are about to find out.
091: 1989 Jul/Aug CHADRANTHER'S BANE AD&D 2E 04-06 Paul Hancock A visit to an abandoned wayhouse traps the heroes within the aura of Chadranther's bane, a magical orb which reduces the PCs to one-fiftieth their normal size.
092: 1989 Sep/Oct BY THE WAYSIDE AD&D Greyhawk 06-10 Tim Villademoros An evil alliance has formed in the Hool Marshes as a greenhag and a crimson death threaten the village of Bracken.
093: 1989 Sep/Oct VANISHING VILLAGE, THE AD&D 2E 05-08 Marcus L. Rowland While searching for a place to spend the night, the heroes stumble across a quaint little village not found on any map.
094: 1989 Sep/Oct SERPENT'S TOOTH, THE AD&D Forgotten Realms 03-06 Nigel D. Findley The party is hired to investigate the Serpent's Tooth, a dockside tavern with a seedy reputation, and spy on its owner.
095: 1989 Sep/Oct ENCOUNTER IN THE WILDWOOD AD&D 2E 02-04 Willie Walsh A trip through the woods pits the characters against a boggle and his strange group of cohorts.
096: 1989 Sep/Oct HOUSE OF CARDS AD&D Forgotten Realms 09-12 Randy Maxwell The heroes penetrate a dungeon complex beneath the city of Westgate, only to find its chambers protected by a sinister set of magical cards.
097: 1989 Nov/Dec SHIP OF NIGHT, THE AD&D Forgotten Realms 07-09 Wolfgang Baur Characters are hired to retrieve the plans for an engineering marvel constructed long ago in the dwarven caves of Hammerkeep.
098: 1989 Nov/Dec WHITE FANG AD&D Solo 10 Nigel D. Findley To get his hands on a vast treasure, Lykan the thief braves the dangers of White Fang, fighting off wolves and other fierce guardians.
099: 1989 Nov/Dec PRIDE OF THE SKY D&D 08-12 Randy Maxwell A magical airship transporting a wizard's treasure trove crashes in the Broken Lands after a dragon attack.
100: 1989 Nov/Dec ANCIENT BLOOD AD&D 2E 03-05 Grant and David Boucher Heroes must journey to Mok-Turoknin's ancestral keep and find some way to undo an evil curse which has brought the frost giant king back from the grave.
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2018.07.08 19:16 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn top posts from 2018-06-08 to 2018-07-07 23:51 PDT

Period: 29.54 days
Submissions Comments
Total 462 4053
Rate (per day) 15.64 133.96
Unique Redditors 87 1277
Combined Score 56329 29907

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 5282 points, 27 submissions: Freefight
    1. A bow on view of USS Tennessee (BB-43). [1000 × 811] (809 points, 32 comments)
    2. Bismarck on the 5th of may 1941, during the inspection tour of Hitler.[1600 × 1135] (518 points, 45 comments)
    3. Heavy cruiser USS Pensacola (CA-24), nicknamed the "Grey Ghost". [2486 × 2173] (474 points, 26 comments)
    4. HMS Warspite with another Queen Elizabeth-class behind her, two County-class heavy cruisers and a light cruiser (Town-class) in the background, Malta, 1939.[1200 × 630] (454 points, 14 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth in Mounts Bay, Cornwall.[1500 × 1000] (363 points, 22 comments)
    6. A Vanguard class submarine undergoes maintenance in the ship-lift at Faslane.[951 × 1199] (315 points, 12 comments)
    7. Invincible-class battlecruiser HMS Inflexible at speed.[3408 × 2307] (314 points, 23 comments)
    8. German cruiser Prinz Eugen after the war tied up in Boston harbor before being sent to the Pacific for nuclear testing, January 1946.[2100 × 1548] (228 points, 42 comments)
    9. French Duguay-Trouin-class light cruiser Primauguet on 28 of juli 1939.[5232 × 7312] (195 points, 7 comments)
    10. Imperial Japanese Navy heavy cruiser Takao on sea trials at Tateyama.[3200 × 2200] (175 points, 2 comments)
  2. 5010 points, 16 submissions: abt137
    1. Soviet sailors have a violin night aboard Cruiser Kalinin, 1955 (639x1024) (1455 points, 38 comments)
    2. USS New Mexico 5-inch guns prepare to fire in Saipan, 15 June 1944. Note time-fuse setters on the left side of each gun (585x765) (640 points, 28 comments)
    3. Russian Smolensk and Voronezh nuclear-powered submarines moored at Murmansk (3160x2016) (500 points, 7 comments)
    4. LSM (R) ship fires a rocket salvo over Okinawa prior to the first invading wave, 4 April 1945. (3674x2591) (479 points, 24 comments)
    5. USS Pennsylvania after being hit by 1 torpedo while anchored at Buckner Bay, August 12th, 1945 (1600x1078) (462 points, 31 comments)
    6. Aquidaban, a Brazilian armored cruiser during a visit to the US in 1893 (4615x2625) (284 points, 14 comments)
    7. HMS Argus during Operation Torch in 1942, below 5 Sea Hurricanes and a Seafire lined up in the hangar. HMS Argus became the 1st example of what is now the standard pattern of aircraft carrier, with a full-length flight deck (2389x3447) (270 points, 31 comments)
    8. Men abandon the troop transport "President Coolidge" hit by 2 mines in Espirito Santo (New Hebrides), Oct 1942. Only 2 men died but the ship contained critical supplies like 591 pounds/268 kg of quinine, at that time the entire stock of quinine held by the US (747x930) (225 points, 20 comments)
    9. French aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle wrapped in the French flag before her launch. Brest, 1994 (1050x700) (192 points, 8 comments)
    10. The U-219 with camouflage in Stettin. The photo is likely taken from the deck of the German aircraft-carrier Graf Zeppelin (1349x869) (173 points, 7 comments)
  3. 4973 points, 53 submissions: Peace_Day_Never_Came
    1. [962 × 410] Flagships of the Royal Navy (805 points, 65 comments)
    2. [2500 x1788] Top view of a Russian-built Project 956EM destroyer in PLA Navy, notice the lack of aft AK-130 (404 points, 46 comments)
    3. [5072 × 6992] The postwar Royal Navy carrier force at its peak: HMS Victorious (R38), Ark Royal (R09) and Hermes (R12) steam in company, Dec 1960. Erect jet blast deflectors are visible at both catapults of Victorious, with new generation of aircraft represented by Scimitars, old by four Sea Venoms. (367 points, 20 comments)
    4. [2500 x1828] J-15 prototype with folded wings on Liaoning's elevator, circa 2014 (305 points, 24 comments)
    5. [1280 × 887] Aerial port beam view of the Italian Sparviero class hydrofoil-missile NIBBIO (P 421) underway (258 points, 18 comments)
    6. [1032 × 729] The double hangar and double deck trans carrier HMS Courageous (50) (247 points, 2 comments)
    7. [1920 x2677] Top view of a Type 054A frigate (202 points, 5 comments)
    8. [1600 × 1251] Another picture of HMS Victorious (R38), HMS Ark Royal (R09), and HMS Hermes (R12) sailing together, 1960 (164 points, 16 comments)
    9. [1800 × 1205] PLA Navy Type 054A frigate Xiangtan (531) transiting the Kiel Canal on Feburary 24th, 2016 (front) (145 points, 6 comments)
    10. [7360 × 4912] Virginia-Class Submarine Indiana (SSN 789) during alpha sea trials in the Chesapeake Bay (118 points, 4 comments)
  4. 3937 points, 83 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1280 x 1002] HMCS Warrior (R-31) in Vancouver, British Columbia, sometime around 1946-47. (366 points, 32 comments)
    2. [1000 x 757] HMAS Canberra's forward 8-inch gun turrets (designated "A" and "B") firing in the 1930's. (284 points, 7 comments)
    3. [1280 x 969] The German armored cruiser SMS Blücher sinks after receiving multiple hits from British warships at the Battle of Dogger Bank on 25 January 1915. (137 points, 15 comments)
    4. [1024 x 715] HMS Warspite (03) shelling German positions at Catania, July 1943. (133 points, 4 comments)
    5. [800 x 603] The gun crew of a .5-inch four barrelled Vickers gun at their quarter on board HMS London. Note the long belts of ammunition hanging off the two men (128 points, 9 comments)
    6. [762 x 600] Four-Piper Friday! The former USS Twiggs (DD-127) as the HMS Leamington (G-19), She would also serve in the Canadian and Soviet Navies. She would be featured in the movie "Gift Horse" staring Trevor Howard and Richard Attenborough. She'd be scrapped in 1951. (106 points, 2 comments)
    7. [889 x 626] USS Callaghan (DD-792) in 1944-45. She was the last Allied warship sunk by Kamikaze in WWII, on July 28, 1945 off Okinawa (101 points, 4 comments)
    8. [2994 x 2442] USS Washington (BB-56) is seen cruising at 10 knots in the Straits of Juan de Fuca off Port Angeles, WA on 29 April 1944. (94 points, 5 comments)
    9. [800 x 572] HMS Terror underway in Plymouth Sound, October 1933 (87 points, 15 comments)
    10. [999 x 496] IJN Settsu in 1911. (86 points, 1 comment)
  5. 2865 points, 24 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. Water sprays from a test blast off the starboard side of Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) to determine her ability to withstand underwater shock waves, 19 September 1987 [3000 x 2400] (556 points, 57 comments)
    2. A gunner in an SH-3H Sea King helicopter mans an M-60 machine gun as USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) transits the Suez Canal below following a deployment in support of Operation Desert Shield. [3000 x 2119] (482 points, 38 comments)
    3. The forward-deployed Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) conducts flight operations in the South Pacific [3774 x 2238] (379 points, 3 comments)
    4. Aerial view of USS Saratoga (CV 3) en-route to Rabaul Island, November 1943. Photographed by Lieutenant Wayne Miller. [2698 x 2184] (218 points, 12 comments)
    5. USS West Virginia (BB 48). “Dead Ahead” aerial view of the Colorado-class battleship taken by US Navy Utility Squadron One (VJ-1) on 20 April 1945. [1793 x 2264] (139 points, 12 comments)
    6. Royal Navy, M1 sub, with 12 inch gun [1090 x 817] (133 points, 12 comments)
    7. USS Enterprise (CV-6) under attack by dive bombers during the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands on 26 October 1942 [5000 x 4000] (121 points, 2 comments)
    8. USS High Point (PCH-1) “Flying” above the surface of Puget Sound, the United States Navy’s first patrol craft – hydrofoil [5424 x 3745] (109 points, 5 comments)
    9. USS Minneapolis (Cruiser #13), artwork of port bow, and with a search-light shining on her, for Marine Review, 1898. [2488 x 1809] (106 points, 2 comments)
    10. USS Hornet (CV-8) arrives at Pearl Harbor after the Doolittle Raid on Japan, 30 April 1942. PT-28 and PT-29 are speeding by in the foreground [3840 x 3127] (82 points, 2 comments)
  6. 2852 points, 27 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. Flight deck of USS Saratoga (CV-3) as seen from an aircraft that has just taken off, circa 1928. [1280 × 1034] (571 points, 34 comments)
    2. USS Yorktown (CV-5) making 17.5 knots astern during her preliminary standardization trials off Rockland, Maine, 12-21 July 1937. CV's of this class were required to make good speed astern to allow landing planes over the bow and launching over the stern, if necessary. [1280 × 1051] (383 points, 37 comments)
    3. Can you say chrysanthemum? Japan’s Ryūjō was a light aircraft carrier built for the Imperial Japanese Navy during the early 1930s. She was sunk by USN carrier aircraft at the Battle of the Eastern Solomons on 24 August 1942. [1240 x 1410] (378 points, 32 comments)
    4. JFK underway. USS John F. Kennedy (CVA-67) steams in Puerto Rican waters during carrier airwing qualifications. 15 Grumman F-14's on deck. Dec. 1996. USN photo.[1600 x 1400] (310 points, 24 comments)
    5. The expeditionary sea base USNS Hershel Williams (T-ESB 4) arrives at Naval Station Norfolk after completing its maiden voyage from San Diego. July 2018. USN photo. [4559 x 3256] (135 points, 9 comments)
    6. USS Forrestal (CVA-59). No. 2 diesel generator being placed in ship, ca. 1953. Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co. photo. [1024 × 805] (130 points, 13 comments)
    7. USS Iowa 9BB-61) as I felt like sharing a BB today. An aerial view whilst underway, 10 June 1944...74 years ago today. Her OS2U Kingfishers are not on board. Armament specs in comments. [2200 x 2016] (129 points, 10 comments)
    8. Her name says it all. The U.S. Navy ammunition ship USS Nitro (AE-23) underway. 1983 [3000 × 1924] (86 points, 1 comment)
    9. View of German battleship Bismarck's stern showing her twin rudders and 3 triple-blade screws, in drydock, 1939-1940. [562 × 800] (84 points, 2 comments)
    10. USS Constitution. Ship riggers assigned to Naval History and Heritage Command set USS Constitution's 'dolphin striker' into place. Boston, 12 June 2018. USN Photo. More info in comments. [5K x 4K] (76 points, 7 comments)
  7. 2763 points, 19 submissions: __hrga__
    1. The British Battleship HMS Howe Passing Through the Suez Canal, 14 July 1944 [800 × 586] (875 points, 30 comments)
    2. Swedish amphibious battalion moving in formation [7360 × 4912] (422 points, 32 comments)
    3. John Wolfinbarger stands on the U.S.S. Iowa where he served duirng WWII [1024 × 683] (221 points, 16 comments)
    4. Russian Typhoon class SSBN TK-208 "Dmitriy Donskoy" [1500 × 1000] (170 points, 9 comments)
    5. HMS Astute in Company with HMS Ambush [2400 × 3000] (154 points, 3 comments)
    6. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) passes the battleship Missouri memorial on its way to moor for a short port visit to Pearl Harbor [2000 × 1312] (136 points, 11 comments)
    7. Italian submarine and a Greek frigate [2200 × 1461] (133 points, 6 comments)
    8. USS Shark (Submarine # 8), at left, and USS Porpoise (Submarine # 7) On cradles at the New York Navy Yard, circa 1905 [1280 × 980] (98 points, 1 comment)
    9. A crowd welcomes the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS LONG BEACH (CGN 9) as it returns to port at North Island [3000 × 1971] (76 points, 14 comments)
    10. HMS Queen Elizabeth [1600 × 1200] (76 points, 5 comments)
  8. 2637 points, 27 submissions: Crowe410
    1. 6" casings litter the deck of USS Miami (CL-89) after she shelled the Palau Islands on 7 September 1944 [1113×1400] (398 points, 27 comments)
    2. Sailors load a Rolling Air Frame Missile (RAM) launcher aboard the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN-75), May 26, 2010 [2782×4177] (391 points, 58 comments)
    3. The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville (CG-62) steams through the Arabian Sea, 7 July 2009 [3687×2514] (353 points, 20 comments)
    4. Sailors jump off aircraft elevator No. 4 during a swim call aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70), Arabian Gulf, 23 March 2012 [1996×2700] (218 points, 28 comments)
    5. Newport class tank landing ship USS Schenectady (LST-1185) after being hit by seven 2,000lb JDAM missiles during exercise Resultant Fury at the Pacific Missile Range Facility off the Island of Kauai, Hawaii, on Nov. 23, 2004 [3008×1960] (160 points, 19 comments)
    6. The seaboat of Type 23 frigate HMS Iron Duke comes alongside a speed boat suspected of smuggling drugs in the Caribbean, 16 July 2009 [3000×1955] (121 points, 4 comments)
    7. USS Childs (DD-241) in drydock at the Boston Navy Yard, 5 February 1928 [951×768] (97 points, 0 comments)
    8. USS St. Louis (CL-49) after the Battle of Kolombangara, showing torpedo damage to her bows, July 1943 [1050×866] (89 points, 7 comments)
    9. Bow view of the Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Victorious (R38) operating off Norfolk, Virginia, between 15 and 20 July 1959 [1497×1841] (87 points, 6 comments)
    10. Spanish ship Juan Carlos I during NATO-Exercise Trident Juncture in the Gulf of Cádiz, 2 November 2015 [2144×1424] (84 points, 1 comment)
  9. 2562 points, 12 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. The Different Modifications, Modernizations, and Improvements done to Essex Class Carriers throughout their life [3218 x 1793] (792 points, 31 comments)
    2. Dozens of warships are tied alongside in Pearl Harbor in preparation for RIMPAC 18 [4477 x 3198] (538 points, 74 comments)
    3. USS Hornet's Flight Deck is bent 90 degrees over the bows after Typhoon Halsey [4551 x 3551] (466 points, 18 comments)
    4. The Akitsu Maru, a Japanese light Aircraft Carrier operated by the Imperial Japanese Army [800 x 499] (220 points, 21 comments)
    5. USS Annapolis fire Tomahawk during a training exercise [2891 x 1566] (137 points, 6 comments)
    6. USS Lexington (CV16) recovers a F6F Hellcat during the Battle of the Phillipine Seas, AKA the Marianas Turkey Shoot [725x588] (113 points, 2 comments)
    7. F9F Panthers flyby USS Princeton during the Korean War [1105 x 885] (72 points, 1 comment)
    8. A Seahawk flies by USS Missouri at Pearl Harbor [4329 x 3092] (60 points, 0 comments)
    9. SBD Dauntless patrols the skies over USS Washington and USS Lexington during the Gilbert Islands Campaign [2131 x 1658] (56 points, 1 comment)
    10. IJN Taiho, the largest Aircraft Carrier fielded by the IJN during World War 2. She was supposed to be an extremely survivable ship, designed to withstand multiple direct hits and keep fighting, yet was sunk after being hit from a single torpedo from USS Albacore [1200 x 351] (54 points, 19 comments)
  10. 2489 points, 12 submissions: Punani_Punisher
    1. HMS Ark Royal (R07) with a snow covered flight deck during Exercise Armatura Borealis, Norway, 2008 [3000 x 1493] (604 points, 21 comments)
    2. HMS Illustrious (R06) illuminated by fireworks, 2009 [3000 x 2400] (546 points, 5 comments)
    3. Museum ship HMS Belfast (C35) on the River Thames (HDR), 2017 [4144 x 2763] (533 points, 28 comments)
    4. HMS Illustrious (R06) with a compliment of Harriers, 2005 [3000 x 2000] (251 points, 12 comments)
    5. Royal Navy Harrier pilot’s point of view during take off aboard HMS Ark Royal (R07) [3600 x 2122] (205 points, 28 comments)
    6. Ark Royal (R07) off the coast of Vestfjorden, Norway during Exercise Armatura Borealis, 2008 [3000 x 1800] (87 points, 1 comment)
    7. HMS Ark Royal (R07) visiting HM Naval Base Clyde, for the final time, Scotland, 2010 [2500 x 2000] (78 points, 7 comments)
    8. USS Michael Murphy (DDG 112) arrives in Portland, Oregon for Rose Festival Fleet Week, 2018 [2200 x 1467] (62 points, 11 comments)
    9. HMS Montrose (F236) escorts Russian Frigate RS Boiky through the English Channel, 18 June 2018 [3600 x 1902] (42 points, 1 comment)
    10. Ship’s riggers move USS Constitution’s lower foremast yard back into place, 2018 [3692 x 5169] (32 points, 5 comments)
  11. 1557 points, 19 submissions: ernz_ernz
    1. RSS Supreme leads the way [1323x1293] note the two different sensors atop of the frigates (506 points, 6 comments)
    2. RSS Surpreme in formation with the USS Theodore Roosevelt [1348x1056] (329 points, 9 comments)
    3. The French Flagship - Charles De Gaulle. You can spot the 32 VLS it has for self defence. I wonder why it doesn't have any phalanx/goalkeeper or a 76mm cannon, unlike the US Carriers with a missile/gun mix of CIWS. [858x536] (178 points, 32 comments)
    4. Sejong The Great class destroyer, packed to the brim with weaponry [3290x2193] (94 points, 25 comments)
    5. ROKS Sejong The Great. Most heavily armed derivative of the Arleigh Burke class destroyers. [1442x960] (67 points, 6 comments)
    6. Italy's variant on the FREMM Frigate. The italians sure love their 76mm cannons. [1170x783] (52 points, 11 comments)
    7. Horizon class air defence destroyers. You can spot the difference between France's & Italy's by counting the amount of 76mm cannons on each ship. [1280x851] (47 points, 5 comments)
    8. The andrea doria class, with 3 76mm cannons [3872x2592] (47 points, 11 comments)
    9. RSS Supreme beside the 'very slender vessel' used by the commandos. [1280x853] (39 points, 2 comments)
    10. Incheon Class Frigate firing a Harpoon(?) [2048x1743] (32 points, 3 comments)
  12. 1548 points, 3 submissions: -Eddie-
    1. What if... HMS Queen Elizabeth in dazzle camouflage [2048x1365][OS] (1125 points, 58 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth completes her first RAS with RFA Tidespring [2048x1365] (388 points, 27 comments)
    3. And now for something completely different... Sea Vixen (passenger transfer boat) from HMS Queen Elizabeth [1391x870][OS] (35 points, 3 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. NAmofton (759 points, 96 comments)
  2. beachedwhale1945 (668 points, 78 comments)
  3. Peace_Day_Never_Came (581 points, 82 comments)
  4. Brainchild110 (520 points, 19 comments)
  5. Freefight (502 points, 29 comments)
  6. Mattzo12 (463 points, 66 comments)
  7. I_H8_Y8s (437 points, 31 comments)
  8. SidKafizz (369 points, 31 comments)
  9. blueishgoldfish (358 points, 16 comments)
  10. Ghukek (342 points, 46 comments)
  11. DoctorDank (312 points, 6 comments)
  12. MetalisDead (267 points, 8 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Soviet sailors have a violin night aboard Cruiser Kalinin, 1955 (639x1024) by abt137 (1455 points, 38 comments)
  2. What if... HMS Queen Elizabeth in dazzle camouflage [2048x1365][OS] by -Eddie- (1125 points, 58 comments)
  3. Mods are asleep. Post French pre-dreads. [1280 x 885] by DoctorDank (943 points, 72 comments)
  4. The British Battleship HMS Howe Passing Through the Suez Canal, 14 July 1944 [800 × 586] by __hrga__ (875 points, 30 comments)
  5. A bow on view of USS Tennessee (BB-43). [1000 × 811] by Freefight (809 points, 32 comments)
  6. [962 × 410] Flagships of the Royal Navy by Peace_Day_Never_Came (805 points, 65 comments)
  7. The Different Modifications, Modernizations, and Improvements done to Essex Class Carriers throughout their life [3218 x 1793] by standbyforskyfall (792 points, 31 comments)
  8. I've made 32 WWII era historical naval miniatures. [OC] [x-post from 3dprinting] [4032 x 3024] by Ghukek (657 points, 71 comments)
  9. HMS Queen Elizabeth at anchor off Dartmouth, the home of RN Officer training [1620x1080] by MGC91 (649 points, 24 comments)
  10. USS New Mexico 5-inch guns prepare to fire in Saipan, 15 June 1944. Note time-fuse setters on the left side of each gun (585x765) by abt137 (640 points, 28 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 162 points: blueishgoldfish's comment in [962 × 410] Flagships of the Royal Navy
  2. 158 points: Brainchild110's comment in Mods are asleep. Post French pre-dreads. [1280 x 885]
  3. 140 points: Tincansailorman's comment in Warship gore - damage sustained to German frigate Sachsen after SM-2 misfire [768 x 512]
  4. 129 points: Brainchild110's comment in HMS Superb making her way down The River Tyne in the spring of 1909. Her masts have been struck down to pass the High Level Bridge (seen in the background). This photo was taken moments after HMS Superb's most popular photo (currently posted 4 times on reddit). [1024x755]
  5. 121 points: ThySpasticFool's comment in What if... HMS Queen Elizabeth in dazzle camouflage [2048x1365][OS]
  6. 116 points: DoctorDank's comment in Mods are asleep. Post French pre-dreads. [1280 x 885]
  7. 113 points: MetalisDead's comment in Dozens of warships are tied alongside in Pearl Harbor in preparation for RIMPAC 18 [4477 x 3198]
  8. 112 points: DoctorDank's comment in Mods are asleep. Post French pre-dreads. [1280 x 885]
  9. 110 points: DRFLR's comment in Soviet sailors have a violin night aboard Cruiser Kalinin, 1955 (639x1024)
  10. 107 points: salexius's comment in Warship gore - damage sustained to German frigate Sachsen after SM-2 misfire [768 x 512]
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2018.06.27 21:18 theamazengtaylors Wedding Recap: May 26 Minneapolis Wedding - soft, romantic theme with nerdy touches

So, first things first: CLICK HERE TO SEE PHOTOS!!!! There were SO SO MANY (750+) it was hard to choose, so I tried to include the photos that would be most helpful to people currently planning, and just tossed in a couple of my absolute faves on top of those. Some of them got uploaded out of order by imgur, so I apologize for that.
I also apologize for the massive length of this post.
Now to the good stuff...
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OVERVIEW

So we were very, very fortunate in that my parents helped us significantly with the costs. I would say they paid about 70% of the cost of the wedding. Without their help, this would not have been possible, and I am so grateful and lucky to have had their support financially as well as emotionally.
With that said, I totally understand why people say their wedding is the best day of their life. It is abso-fucking-lutely magical. To have everyone you love in one spot, all celebrating you and your favorite person in the world...nothing else compares. The night was amazing. Just perfection.
When we planned this wedding, we had 3 priorities: 1) Photos, 2) Food, and 3) Fun (booze + music). Over the course of the wedding, things I didn’t expect to be a priority (cough floral) became more important to me, which put some pressure to figure out where we could re-arrange things in our budget.
We are also super nerds, so we tried to inject some nerdom into our wedding without letting it overtake the wedding or become the theme. We did this by offering comic books as our favors; we named the tables after planets from our favorite fandoms; my husband had a custom comic book cover drawn for us (by Dan Dougherty); and we found some amusing/funny cards to write for each other for the first look (I gave him one with an old school Nintendo on the front; he gave me one that had cats with lasers). I feel like we did just enough to honor the nerdy parts of ourselves.
Also, we chose to pay for our guests’ drinks at a welcome event in addition to the rehearsal dinner for the wedding party/immediate family. It was SO WORTH IT and I’m so glad we managed to fit it all into our budget. We had to hunt a while to make it financially feasible but it just set the whole weekend off right.
The AWESOME marquee lights, the S&T with chinese characters, and the donut board were all made by my husband’s stepfather. These cost us nothing, so we benefitted from that.
As a note - we initially invited 148 people, planned for 120, and had 90 RSVP yes. I was SO FUCKING ANXIOUS about how the number would look in our venue space and was really nervous and insecure the last month before the wedding. And guess what...it was fine! It felt just right. We got to say hi to everyone and enjoy their company fully, and it turned out just wonderful. Plus it let us upgrade the bar package/apps and add another appetizer!
Oh, and as a delightful added surprise, Owen Wilson happened to be at the hotel where we were staying that night, so we met him at the post-reception afterparty and he even took a fun photo with us! He was super nice and even remembered us the next morning!
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WHAT I WOULD DO AGAIN

WHAT I WOULD DO DIFFERENTLY

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BUDGET BREAKDOWN

Initial Budget: $45,000
Final Spent: $47,642.50 -- note, there may be other small costs (mostly for decor) that we didn’t log properly, but I doubt they would amount to more than a few hundred.
Attendees: 97 (including us + 5 vendors who ate dinner)
Wedding Planner: $4,900
Venue/Beverage/Catering: $19,035.15
Photography: $4,500
Florist: $5,850
DJ: $990
Childcare: $145
DecoMisc: ~$300
Rentals: $2,076,32
Desserts: $1,009.62
Choir: $800
Bride’s Attire: $3,779.20
Groom’s Attire: $0
Miscellaneous Attire: $131.59
Makeup/Hair: $1,019.90
Paper Costs (invites, save the dates, signage, printing): $1,444.42
Transportation: $976.30
Wedding Bands: $1,129.00
Bridal Party Gifts: ~$500
Wedding Insurance: $185
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Rehearsal/Welcome Event: $2,500
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Feel free to message me with any questions for details about the wedding, vendors, our budget, etc!!! I hope this was a helpful post for people :) And in case you didn't click before and now you're too lazy to scroll up -- some photos for ya!
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2018.06.06 20:56 jet_user Decred Journal — May 2018

Note: New Reddit look may not highlight links. See old look here. A copy is hosted on GitHub for better reading experience. Check it out, contains photo of the month! Also on Medium

Development

dcrd: Significant optimization in signature hash calculation, bloom filters support was removed, 2x faster startup thanks to in-memory full block index, multipeer work advancing, stronger protection against majority hashpower attacks. Additionally, code refactoring and cleanup, code and test infrastructure improvements.
In dcrd and dcrwallet developers have been experimenting with new modular dependency and versioning schemes using vgo. @orthomind is seeking feedback for his work on reproducible builds.
Decrediton: 1.2.1 bugfix release, work on SPV has started, chart additions are in progress. Further simplification of the staking process is in the pipeline (slack).
Politeia: new command line tool to interact with Politeia API, general development is ongoing. Help with testing will soon be welcome: this issue sets out a test plan, join #politeia to follow progress and participate in testing.
dcrdata: work ongoing on improved design, adding more charts and improving Insight API support.
Android: design work advancing.
Decred's own DNS seeder (dcrseeder) was released. It is written in Go and it properly supports service bit filtering, which will allow SPV nodes to find full nodes that support compact filters.
Ticket splitting service by @matheusd entered beta and demonstrated an 11-way split on mainnet. Help with testing is much appreciated, please join #ticket_splitting to participate in splits, but check this doc to learn about the risks. Reddit discussion here.
Trezor support is expected to land in their next firmware update.
Decred is now supported by Riemann, a toolbox from James Prestwich to construct transactions for many UTXO-based chains from human-readable strings.
Atomic swap with Ethereum on testnet was demonstrated at Blockspot Conference LATAM.
Two new faces were added to contributors page.
Dev activity stats for May: 238 active PRs, 195 master commits, 32,831 added and 22,280 deleted lines spread across 8 repositories. Contributions came from 4-10 developers per repository. (chart)

Network

Hashrate: rapid growth from ~4,000 TH/s at the beginning of the month to ~15,000 at the end with new all time high of 17,949. Interesting dynamic in hashrate distribution across mining pools: coinmine.pl share went down from 55% to 25% while F2Pool up from 2% to 44%. [Note: as of June 6, the hashrate continues to rise and has already passed 22,000 TH/s]
Staking: 30-day average ticket price is 91.3 DCR (+0.8), stake participation is 46.9% (+0.8%) with 3.68 million DCR locked (+0.15). Min price was 85.56. On May 11 ticket price surged to 96.99, staying elevated for longer than usual after such a pump. Locked DCR peaked at 47.17%. jet_user on reddit suggested that the DCR for these tickets likely came from a miner with significant hashrate.
Nodes: there are 226 public listening and 405 normal nodes per dcred.eu. Version distribution: 45% on v1.2.0 (up from 24% last month), 39% on v1.1.2, 15% on v1.1.0 and 1% running outdaded versions.

ASICs

Obelisk team posted an update. Current hashrate estimate of DCR1 is 1200 GH/s at 500 W and may still change. The chips came back at 40% the speed of the simulated results, it is still unknown why. Batch 1 units may get delayed 1-2 weeks past June 30. See discussions on decred and on siacoin.
@SiaBillionaire estimated that 7940 DCR1 units were sold in Batches 1-5, while Lynmar13 shared his projections of DCR1 profitability (reddit).
A new Chinese miner for pre-order was noticed by our Telegram group. Woodpecker WB2 specs 1.5 TH/s at 1200 W, costs 15,000 CNY (~2,340 USD) and the initial 150 units are expected to ship on Aug 15. (pow8.comtranslated)
Another new miner is iBelink DSM6T: 6 TH/s at 2100 W costing $6,300 (ibelink.co). Shipping starts from June 5. Some concerns and links were posted in these two threads.

Integrations

A new mining pool is available now: altpool.net. It uses PPLNS model and takes 1% fee.
Another infrastructure addition is tokensmart.io, a newly audited stake pool with 0.8% fee. There are a total of 14 stake pools now.
Exchange integrations:
OpenBazaar released an update that allows one to trade cryptocurrencies, including DCR.
@i2Rav from i2trading is now offering two sided OTC market liquidity on DCUSD in #trading channel.
Paytomat, payments solution for point of sale and e-commerce, integrated Decred. (missed in April issue)
CoinPayments, a payment processor supporting Decred, developed an integration with @Shopify that allows connected merchants to accept cryptocurrencies in exchange for goods.

Adoption

New merchants:
An update from VotoLegal:
michae2xl: Voto Legal: CEO Thiago Rondon of Appcívico, has already been contacted by 800 politicians and negotiations have started with four pre-candidates for the presidency (slack, source tweet)
Blockfolio rolled out Signal Beta with Decred in the list. Users who own or watch a coin will automatically receive updates pushed by project teams. Nice to see this Journal made it to the screenshot!
Placeholder Ventures announced that Decred is their first public investment. Their Investment Thesis is a clear and well researched overview of Decred. Among other great points it noted the less obvious benefit of not doing an ICO:
By choosing not to pre-sell coins to speculators, the financial rewards from Decred’s growth most favor those who work for the network.
Alex Evans, a cryptoeconomics researcher who recently joined Placeholder, posted his 13-page Decred Network Analysis.

Marketing

@Dustorf published March–April survey results (pdf). It analyzes 166 responses and has lots of interesting data. Just an example:
"I own DECRED because I saw a YouTube video with DECRED Jesus and after seeing it I was sold."
May targeted advertising report released. Reach @timhebel for full version.
PiedPiperCoin hired our advisors.
More creative promos by @jackliv3r: Contributing, Stake Now, The Splitting, Forbidden Exchange, Atomic Swaps.
Reminder: Stakey has his own Twitter account where he tweets about his antics and pours scorn on the holders of expired tickets.
"Autonomy" coin sculpture is available at sigmasixdesign.com.

Events

BitConf in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Jake Yocom-Piatt presented "Decentralized Central Banking". Note the mini stakey on one of the photos. (articletranslated, photos: 1 2 album)
Wicked Crypto Meetup in Warsaw, Poland. (video, photos: 1 2)
Decred Polska Meetup in Katowice, Poland. First known Decred Cake. (photos: 1 2)
Austin Hispanic Hackers Meetup in Austin, USA.
Consensus 2018 in New York, USA. See videos in the Media section. Select photos: booth, escort, crew, moon boots, giant stakey. Many other photos and mentions were posted on Twitter. One tweet summarized Decred pretty well:
One project that stands out at #Consensus2018 is @decredproject. Not annoying. Real tech. Humble team. #BUIDL is strong with them. (@PallerJohn)
Token Summit in New York, USA. @cburniske and @jmonegro from Placeholder talked "Governance and Cryptoeconomics" and spoke highly of Decred. (twitter coverage: 1 2, video, video (from 32 min))
Campus Party in Bahia, Brazil. João Ferreira aka @girino and Gabriel @Rhama were introducing Decred, talking about governance and teaching to perform atomic swaps. (photos)
Decred was introduced to the delegates from Shanghai's Caohejing Hi-Tech Park, organized by @ybfventures.
Second Decred meetup in Hangzhou, China. (photos)
Madison Blockchain in Madison, USA. "Lots of in-depth questions. The Q&A lasted longer than the presentation!". (photo)
Blockspot Conference Latam in Sao Paulo, Brazil. (photos: 1, 2)
Upcoming events:
There is a community initiative by @vj to organize information related to events in a repository. Jump in #event_planning channel to contribute.

Media

Decred scored B (top 3) in Weiss Ratings and A- (top 8) in Darpal Rating.
Chinese institute is developing another rating system for blockchains. First round included Decred (translated). Upon release Decred ranked 26. For context, Bitcoin ranked 13.
Articles:
Audios:
Videos:

Community Discussions

Community stats: Twitter 39,118 (+742), Reddit 8,167 (+277), Slack 5,658 (+160). Difference is between May 5 and May 31.
Reddit highlights: transparent up/down voting on Politeia, combining LN and atomic swaps, minimum viable superorganism, the controversial debate on Decred contractor model (people wondered about true motives behind the thread), tx size and fees discussion, hard moderation case, impact of ASICs on price, another "Why Decred?" thread with another excellent pitch by solar, fee analysis showing how ticket price algorithm change was controversial with ~100x cut in miner profits, impact of ticket splitting on ticket price, recommendations on promoting Decred, security against double spends and custom voting policies.
@R3VoLuT1OneR posted a preview of a proposal from his company for Decred to offer scholarships for students.
dcrtrader gained a couple of new moderators, weekly automatic threads were reconfigured to monthly and empty threads were removed. Currently most trading talk happens on #trading and some leaks to decred. A separate trading sub offers some advantages: unlimited trading talk, broad range of allowed topics, free speech and transparent moderation, in addition to standard reddit threaded discussion, permanent history and search.
Forum: potential social attacks on Decred.
Slack: the #governance channel created last month has seen many intelligent conversations on topics including: finite attention of decision makers, why stakeholders can make good decisions (opposed to a common narrative than only developers are capable of making good decisions), proposal funding and contractor pre-qualification, Cardano and Dash treasuries, quadratic voting, equality of outcome vs equality of opportunity, and much more.
One particularly important issue being discussed is the growing number of posts arguing that on-chain governance and coin voting is bad. Just a few examples from Twitter: Decred is solving an imagined problem (decent response by @jm_buirski), we convince ourselves that we need governance and ticket price algo vote was not controversial, on-chain governance hurts node operators and it is too early for it, it robs node operators of their role, crypto risks being captured by the wealthy, it is a huge threat to the whole public blockchain space, coin holders should not own the blockchain.
Some responses were posted here and here on Twitter, as well as this article by Noah Pierau.

Markets

The month of May has seen Decred earn some much deserved attention in the markets. DCR started the month around 0.009 BTC and finished around 0.0125 with interim high of 0.0165 on Bittrex. In USD terms it started around $81 and finished around $92, temporarily rising to $118. During a period in which most altcoins suffered, Decred has performed well; rising from rank #45 to #30 on Coinmarketcap.
The addition of a much awaited KRW pair on Upbit saw the price briefly double on some exchanges. This pair opens up direct DCR to fiat trading in one of the largest cryptocurrency markets in the world.
An update from @i2Rav:
We have begun trading DCR in large volume daily. The interest around DCR has really started to grow in terms of OTC quote requests. More and more customers are asking about trading it.
Like in previous month, Decred scores high by "% down from ATH" indicator being #2 on onchainfx as of June 6.

Relevant External

David Vorick (@taek) published lots of insights into the world of ASIC manufacturing (reddit). Bitmain replied.
Bitmain released an ASIC for Equihash (archived), an algorithm thought to be somewhat ASIC-resistant 2 years ago.
Three pure PoW coins were attacked this month, one attempting to be ASIC resistant. This shows the importance of Decred's PoS layer that exerts control over miners and allows Decred to welcome ASIC miners for more PoW security without sacrificing sovereignty to them.
Upbit was raided over suspected fraud and put under investigation. Following news reported no illicit activity was found and suggested and raid was premature and damaged trust in local exchanges.
Circle, the new owner of Poloniex, announced a USD-backed stablecoin and Bitmain partnership. The plan is to make USDC available as a primary market on Poloniex. More details in the FAQ.
Poloniex announced lower trading fees.
Bittrex plans to offer USD trading pairs.
@sumiflow made good progress on correcting Decred market cap on several sites:
speaking of market cap, I got it corrected on coingecko, cryptocompare, and worldcoinindex onchainfx, livecoinwatch, and cryptoindex.co said they would update it about a month ago but haven't yet I messaged coinlib.io today but haven't got a response yet coinmarketcap refused to correct it until they can verify certain funds have moved from dev wallets which is most likely forever unknowable (slack)

About This Issue

Some source links point to Slack messages. Although Slack hides history older than ~5 days, you can read individual messages if you paste the message link into chat with yourself. Digging the full conversation is hard but possible. The history of all channels bridged to Matrix is saved in Matrix. Therefore it is possible to dig history in Matrix if you know the timestamp of the first message. Slack links encode the timestamp: https://decred.slack.com/archives/C5H9Z63AA/p1525528370000062 => 1525528370 => 2018-05-05 13:52:50.
Most information from third parties is relayed directly from source after a minimal sanity check. The authors of Decred Journal have no ability to verify all claims. Please beware of scams and do your own research.
Your feedback is precious. You can post on GitHub, comment on Reddit or message us in #writers_room channel.
Credits (Slack names, alphabetical order): bee, Richard-Red, snr01 and solar.
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2018.05.11 04:28 Maniacal_Coyote RP - Nord (M) - Jurgen Ebonstorm #028 "Sahloknir's Slayer"

Table of Contents:
4E201
Last Seed
1st-16th, Prologue
17th, Sundas = 18th, Mondas = 19th, Tirdas = 20th, Middas = 21st, Turdas = 22nd, Fredas = 23rd, Loredas
24th, Sundas = 25th, Mondas = 26th, Tirdas = 27th, Middas = 28th, Turdas = 29th, Fredas = 30th, Loredas
31st, Sundas
Heartfire
31st, Sundas = 1st Mondas = 2nd Tirdas = 3rd, Middas = 4th, Turdas = 5th, Fredas = 6th, Loredas
7th, Sundas = 8th, Mondas = 9th, Tirdas = 10th, Middas = 11th, Turdas = 12th, Fredas = 13th, Loredas
14th, Sundas = 15th, Mondas = 16th, Tirdas = 17th, Middas = 18th, Turdas = 19th, Fredas = 20th, Loredas
21st, Sundas = 22nd, Mondas = 23rd, Tirdas = 24th, Middas = 25th, Turdas = 26th, Fredas = 27th, Loredas
28th, Sundas = 29th, Mondas = 30th, Tirdas
Frostfall
28th, Sundas = 29th, Mondas = 30th, Tirdas = 1st, Middas = 2nd, Turdas = 3rd, Fredas = 4th, Loredas
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Journal, 4E, 201
28th of Heartfire = Today, our first adventure as a couple will be exorcising a pair of ghosts near Rorik's Stead. We rode out west and found the first ghost near the memorial to Gjukjar, a general from Solitude who battled the Reachmen during the Oblivion Crisis. She was looking for her husband, who I presume died in the Reachman ambush that destroyed Gjukjar's militia. Hmm, his camp was northeast of here, perhaps his ghost is there?
On the open plains, Camilla's choice in attire proved wise, as she was able to keep up with my pace even though I have been wearing heavy armor for half my life. Her swordwork is rough, but so was mine when I first started. Perhaps I should smith a spear for her, so she can keep more distance. Or, at the very least, I should find strong, light armor that will protect her better than a few pieces of fur.
We ran east up the Harald River for a ways until we saw another adventurer fighting a ghost that was screaming, "I don't hate you! The master is forcing me to attack!" Intrigued, we noticed a nearby Atmoran ruin, Rannveig's Fast. Inside, the three of us found more ghosts saying things like "I don't want to hurt you" and a dragonwall behind a treasure chest out in the open. The adventurer bolted for the chest as I noticed the trapdoor right in front of it. He fell through the trap and plummeted for a second and a half before I heard a wet thud as he slammed into the rock head first. Carefully picking my way around the trap, I noticed that the chest was empty. However, the dragonwall was still legible
HERE FELL SHIELD MAIDEN VALKRYS WHO FOUGHT WITH COURAGE BUT WAS WRONG TO TRUST POWER OF BORROWED SWORD
Down the nearby stairs, Camilla and I found a warlock who was extracting the souls of people who fell for his trap, and I slew him with Gungnir. Vile necromancers like him who enslave innocents have no place in Tamriel, and I'm not sure about the ones who use the bodies and souls of condemned prisoners.
Outside, we found a tunnel through the mountain leading to another mountaintop shrine with a dragon. With Camilla helping by hacking at the dragon and dancing away, we were able to bring it down quickly. Its essence boiled down to "Tiid", or "Time". I Spoke Tiid, and the world slowed down around me. Camilla's "What just happened?" was strangely distorted, and I think this Thu'um may be useful in a fight. After all, if I can close the gap and strike while the enemy is still drawing their weapons, I can wreak so much carnage!
In addition, there was yet another dragonwall:
BROTHI RAISED STONE IN MEMORY OF HIS SON ODRAV ANVIL-HAND WHO BROUGH MUCH HONOR TO CLAN RED-MOUNTAIN
Camilla looked at the wall and saw only scratches; I explained to her that the walls were written in the Dovahzul, and I was reading them to understand their language, so that when I slay dragons and absorb their essences I can exploit their knowledge to Speak words of power like Tiber Septim himself.
Further east, we found a ghostly mammoth, the fourth beast in the trials of Kyne. Like the other beasts, it fell easily. Looking at my map, I realized that another of the dragon priest masks lay in the mountains further east, on the north shore of the White River. We made our way there, and battled yet another dragon. This time, I cut the fight short with an arrow dipped in Daedric Honey, as I didn't want to wake the lich until I was ready. This dragon's essence boiled down into "FO" or "Frost", and a gout of freezing wind rushed from my mouth when I Spoke Fo.
The dragon priest slept next to a dragonwall, and I destroyed the lich with fire breath before swinging away with Gungnir. I retrieved my sixth dragon priest mask from his ashes, and Camilla asked what he was. I explained what I knew of the Dragon Cult, and she was amazed that I had destroyed three quarters of the most powerful beings in Skyrim. I smiled and said, "Nay, there are many foes stronger than these. The Deep Elves' automatons, some of the Snow Elves, vampires that have lived since the First Age, and that dragon that destroyed Helgen."
She then asked what I was going to do with the masks I had collected, and I said, "Now that I have most of them, I will place them on the busts in Bromunskjar. When I have all of the masks, one that is far more powerful will be unsealed." With that, I read the dragonwall
MODIR THE FAR RAISED STONE BROTHER'S MEMORY OSKAR THE FOOL WHOSE VOICE WAS WEAK AND NOT MIGHTY SHOUT OF HIS CLAN
Afterwards, I looked at my bounty bundle and noticed that there was an escaped prisoner near Solitude. As we returned to Whiterun to retrieve the other 5 dragon priest masks, Lucan stopped us with a letter from Delphine, asking me to meet her to the east of Kynesgrove in two days at midday. Additionally, a representative from the East Empire Company asked if I could join a group of dragon hunters gathering near Falkreath.
We rode for Solitude with a quick stop at Labrynthian to place the masks on their busts.
Outside Solitude, we found the prisoner and Camilla slew him with a single stab. We headed inside so I could report the prisoner's death to the Steward, and Camilla wanted to stop at Radiant Raiment. They had a gown woven from fine, light ebonsteel mail, as capable of stopping a blade as of stopping the hearts of nearby people.
While there, we recieved word of the abduction of bard Lisette by slavers heading for Hammerfell. We rode south for Falkreath, and found her bound up with a group of other captives the slavers were taking to Hammerfell. I'm glad we saved them, and we'll escort Lisette to Solitude on the morrow. Tonight, our party will camp in the pine woods of Falkreath. As the cold winds began blowing, I understood "Krah", or "Cold". {Level 52; Stamina; Tongue's Insight}
29th of Heartfire = We broke camp and broke our fast on mammoth cheese and dragon stew. Nearby, I saw a spectral bear rummaging through the underbrush, and I slew the fifth beast in Kyne's trials.
The three of us stopped by Falkreath to ask if anything interesting had happened, and Lisette caught a carriage ride to Solitude while Camilla and I hiked east to the gathering point for the dragon-hunting group.
We joined them, and found that the dragon was currently roosting in Ancient's Ascent. We climbed through the ice tunnel, and the dragon spoke to us, telling us to come to Wyrmstooth, an island to the north, before flying away. Our party broke up to head to Whiterun by different routes. Most went through the western drop, but Camilla and I chose to go through Riverwood. Along the way, we met a Thalmor party that saw Camilla's Talos amulet and went hostile. She dodged their attacks while I started taking heads. We stripped the corpses, piled them up, and burned them, as the Second Aldmeri Dominion has no place in Skyrim. Camilla found one pair of boots that fit her feet relatively well, although the fit could probably be improved by a smith familiar with working moonsteel.
We reported to Lurius Liore, and he told us that our party was going to be heading to the mining island of Wyrmstooth in a fortnight, and we would stay until the dragon there was slain. Camilla's not sure if she wants to go after a dragon that far away, so she'll stay in Whiterun when I do leave. Until then, we're going to be working together on some of the bounties I've taken the sheets for. Before we left, she added padding to the rear of Hjalti's saddle for a more comfortable seat.
Checking the bounty board, I saw a kill order for a sabrecat that was occupying a house in Morthal; the owner paid us with gold and a mysterious black stone; after asking, he explained it was the pommelstone of Mehrunes Dagon's Razor, an artifact of the Prince of Change, Revolution, and Ambition. Camilla mentioned Silus Vesuius' museum celebrating the Mythic Dawn and wondered if he would be willing to pay for the pommelstone. We rode northeast to Dawnstar, and Silus was ecstatic about my bringing the final piece of the Razor. He demanded I come with him to the Shrine of Mehrunes Dagon to the southwest, in the Hjaal mountains.
The two of us hiked into the mountains, while Camilla rested in the inn and retired for the night. I cannot blame her; her muscles must be aching from the intense sword practice Aela gave her before we left Whiterun, and she's still getting used to living rough.
At the Shrine, Silus placed the shards on the altar and wondered why nothing happened. All of a sudden, I heard a voice of fire and storm speaking to me, commenting that I seemed worthy of the Emperor's throne by the same right Tiber Septim did: by conquest; Mehrunes then said, "I'll give you my Razor to shave your way to the top" and sent a pair of Dremora to kill Silus. I avenged him, and entered the shrine proper.
Inside, I faced three more of the malicious presences, but I was able to dispel them with Dawnbreaker, which I had pulled from my bags on Hjalti. In a chest, I found a book that talked about smithing daedroth-infused arms and armor, from the perspective of a dremora. Additionally, I found a mysterious scroll and some ingots of gold and ebonsteel.
I returned to the Windpeak Inn, and a priest of Mara asked me for help dealing with the nightmares that have been besieging the residents of the Pale. He told me that the nightmares were emanating from Nightcaller Temple, a temple to Vaermina, the Daedric Prince of Nightmares. The two of us ventured there, and he revealed that he had once served Vaermina before turning to Mara; thus he knew his way around the temple and how to destroy the source of the nightmares, which turned out to be a black staff. Vaermina tried tempting me to kill Erandur, but I refused. I may work with some Daedra, but only those whose spheres I agree with. I agree with Meridia because her goal is purging Tamriel of undead monsters and necromancy, Malacath because his sphere is protecting the weak, and Mehrunes Dagon because the destruction of the old order often is necessary for new growth. Look how the Stormcloaks have grown out of the chaos from the Great War, and the Mede dynasty out of the destruction of the Septims. Out of chaos comes newness. After all, did not Tiber Septim embody Mehrunes Dagon's spheres?
I returned to the Windpeak Inn, and Camilla and I will travel to Kynesgrove on the morrow, with a detour into Raldbthar to take the head of Alain Dufont.
30th of Heartfire = On the way south, we witnessed yet another border skirmish; this time it was over Fort Dunstad. We didn't see who won, since we skirted the battle.
When we reached Raldbthar, we found the first few chambers cleared of Dwemer automatons by Dufont's Dangers; we took advantage of their lax security to make short work of them. The only one who posed a threat was Alain Dufont himself, what with the hammer he wielded. However, Camilla twirled inside his danger range and slashed his neck with Blackfang. With his head, we left Raldbthar and rode east to Kynesgrove, although Camilla wanted to return to collect as much of the Dwemer metal as we could.
As we rode up the hill into Kynesgrove, we rode past people fleeing; one person told us that a dragon was attacking, and I grinned. The woman I was talking to panicked at my predatory look, but Camilla calmed her down, saying, "He's the Dragonborn. He's grinning because he enjoys killing dragons."
At the top of the hill, Delphine greeted us and told us to stay back and see what the black dragon was doing. Camilla recognized him as the dragon that destroyed Helgen, and she grabbed my shoulder and told me to not rush in yet. The black dragon resurrected Sahloknir, the dragon buried there, and flew away. As Sahloknir was gathering his wits, I drew Dawnbreaker, Spoke "Krii lun Aus!" and charged. Three mighty swings later, I absorbed Sahloknir's essence, which boiled down to the Dohvazul word for Kyne, "Kaan".
Awed, Delphine told me that she was a member of the Blades before the Great War and that she suspected the Thalmor were responsible for the dragon attacks but had no proof. She told me that she wanted to access the Thalmor embassy in Haafingar, and she would contact me when she had a concrete plan.
Camilla and I then rode to Windhelm, where I sold the arms, armor, jewels, and jewelry I had taken from assorted bandits and replenished my supply of healing potions. As I was finishing and Camilla looking at a pair of golden earrings, two people with Solstheim accents and wearing bone masks and leather garments came up to me and asked if I was the one who calls himself the Dragonborn, and I rolled my eyes and said, "Well, I've absorbed the souls of a dozen dragons, and according to the Graybeards only the Dragonborn can absorb dragon souls. So, I'll leave the conclusion for you to make."
Surprisingly, these Solstheimites drew their weapons, calling me "False Dragonborn". I slew one easily, and the other cast a spell that cloaked his body in lightning that fried anybody who approached him, including half a dozen guards. Eventually I had a clear shot and blasted him into the ground with Unrelenting Force before stabbing him through the eye socket of his mask with Gungnir. On his body, I found a note from someone named Miraak, telling him and his partner to come to Skyrim to hunt me down. I'm thinking that the time for the hunter and hunted to switch roles should come soon, and I will find this Miraak. First, though, Camilla wants to clean Raldbthar of its Dwemer metal.
As we progressed through Raldbthar, we broke many Dwemer automata. {Level 54; Mana} At the very bottom, we battled another giant sphere and found a second blue shard of mineral. Additionally, I found a pair of gauntlets of similar construction to the boots I had found earlier.
As we were hauling the Dwemer metal to Windhelm, Camilla pointed out that Miraak's attacks will probably continue until I go on the offensive, so we should probably sail to Solstheim. At the Windhelm docks, we found the ship that had brought the assassins over, and I persuaded the captain to take us so we could have our revenge.
When we arrived, nobody knew anything about Miraak, save that the standing stones to the west might have something to do with him. There were no good clues, so we headed back into Raven Rock. As we were passing the town forge, I noticed the smith was angrily pounding out an iron pickaxe. I asked him what was angering him so, and he told me that he had lent his Ancient Nordic Pickaxe to Crescius Caerellius, an old-timer with Raven Rock Mine. I talked with him, and he told me that he had been trying to uncover the truth behind his great-grandfather's death over a hundred years ago. He told me that if I found out what happened, he would return Glover's pickaxe. I agreed and ventured into the mine.
Inside, I found a locked gate that sealed off part of the mine, but it had rusted away. Behind it, I found Draugr from Solstheim's days of being part of Windhelm's territory; no wonder the mine was closed!
We wiped the floor with the draugr, like the ruins in Skyrim. However, near the end we encountered an unpleasant surprise: three great Storm atronachs. Their lightning stunned Camilla, but it did not affect me. Thank Talos for that!
Once I destroyed the atronachs, I found a century-old corpse, presumably of Gratian Caerellius, next to a red and black longsword. According to his journal, the sword shoots arcs of energy when swung ferociously; this helped me unlock the door forwards.
Behind that door, we found ourselves in a great hall with a dragonwall at the back. Once we were inside, a dragon priest wearing a black mask, shaped differently than the masks the priests in Skyrim wore, emerged from the water and attacked with fierce lightning. Again, the lightning bounced off of my armor, and I destroyed yet another lich with Gungnir. At the back of the chamber, I read the dragonwall:
ALL PRAISE GLORIOUS MIRAAK MOST POWER SERVANT OF ALL DRAGON PRIESTS WHOSE STRENGTH GRANTED BY GARDENER OF MANKIND
Through another door, I found a spiral stair leading up and a black book on a plinth; the book's cover looked like rotten wood, but felt like ebonsteel. I opened it and was warped into a bizarre realm. In this realm, I found myself standing on an island made of books in the middle of an endless dark green sea interrupted only by other islands of books and by great tentacles. As I stepped further in, I faced bizarre floating horrors and a great eldritch abomination, but they fell readily to Gungnir's edge. At the far end of the island, after fighting an eldritch abomination lurking in a pool of the same dark green liquid that made the ocean, I found a large version of the black book I had opened to travel to this realm. When I opened it, three spheres appeared. When I touched the first, I got the impression it would enhance my book learning; the second seemed like I would be more persuasive to female shopkeepers and damaging to female foes; and, the third seemed like I would not harm my companions, no matter how widespread the devastation I wreak. I grabbed the last sphere with my hand and it burst and the energy flowed into my arm. Closing the book, I was warped back to the barrow in which I had found the book.
With the book and the dragon priest's mask in hand, we ascended the stairway and found ourselves in an Atmoran watchtower on the western shore of Solstheim, occupied by bandits who died readily to Gungnir's edge. Unlike some silver swords that do far less against the living than the dead, Haman Forgefire's work seems to cut both down readily.
When we returned to Raven Rock, I talked with Ralis Sedarys, an archaeologist trying to excavate Kolbjorn Barrow. He told me that he ran out of funds to hire diggers, and I offered to fund him in exchange for my choice of the relics. He agreed and wandered over to the miners' dormitory to hire diggers. Meanwhile I heard the clashing of arms to the south and saw beings made of ash and fire fighting the Redoran Guard. I helped and discovered that these "Ash Spawn" had been attacking Raven Rock for the past fortnight. Tomorrow we will look into the rumors of their source.
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2018.02.19 02:32 Sturmvoraus A Treatise on American Attack Helicopters

Ever since the April Fool's event of 2017, the general populace has been crying out for helicopters to make a return to the skies of our beloved game. As I am more versed in the workings of American helicopters than their filthy communist Soviet counterparts, I will focus on the attempted inclusion of the American rotary wing lineup.
Genesis
The 1948 Key West agreement stated that the Army would not field fixed wing attack aircraft. That capacity would be filled by the USAF and USN. However, when Vietnam flared up, the Army was caught with their pants down. There was no way to support their troops without the use of artillery or liaising with the Air Force. This led to a scramble to find air support the Air Force couldn't steal acquire angrily. Enter, the HU/UH-1 "Iroquois".
Hear that? That's big dick Bell Aviation!
Starting off, the first aircraft available would most likely be the venerable UH-1C "Huey Hog/Charlie" developed due to a lack of sufficient numbers of Cobra ships in Vietnam. The UH-1 family was powered by the Lycoming T53 turboshaft engine, used until weight limitations warranted new engines. The "Hog", as it was affectionately referred to in Army service, was equipped with twin 24 count FFAR launchers on either side of the fuselage, and later a 40mm "chunker", used for suppression of soft targets and fortifications. FFARs aren't particularly good at fighting armor, being a simple HE warhead. A modification was produced utilizing the SS-11 ATGM, utilizing the MLCOS guidance system, to some success. As such, the Army requested a new weapons system to support operations in the growing war in Vietnam. This system came in the form of the AH-1 "Cobra".
Now we're cooking with JP-4!
The AH-1 was developed in 1965, entering service in 1967 as the AH-1G, mounting a combination of FFAR and Hydra-70 pods on the wing stubs, and a combination 40mm/M134 turret under the nose. The first major use of the Cobra was during the 1968 Tet offensive, serving a plethora of roles ranging from CAS, escort of transports, Aerial Rocket Artillery (think area suppression with fucktons of FFARs) and, most notably, in "huntekiller" teams with OH-6 "Cayuse" helicopters. Of the 1,116 AH-1 helicopters in service in Vietnam, there were over one million hours flown on these airframes.
In come the Marines
In 1968, the United States Marine Corps decided they wanted a twin engine variant for increased safety over water, as well as the capability to carry more armament. In May of '68, Bell recieved a contract from the USMC for 49 twin engine Cobras, designated the AH-1J "SeaCobra". In June of 1969, the Army sent 38 AH-1G models as an interrim boost for the Corps. Armament included quad mounting of FFAR pods and a new XM197 20mm cannon, based off the M61 Vulcan. By the early 70's, the Corps requested better engines and a lengthened tail boom to increase load capacity in the very tropical air of Vietnam, referred to as the AH-1T. Soon upgraded again to the AH-1W "Whiskey Cobra," the aircraft boasted increased avionics and the addition of the subsystems required to mount the M65 TOW weapons system. The Marines still use the Cobra today, albeit very, very upgraded. I highly doubt we will see much of Marine Corps Cobras, as the Army was the primary user.
ATGMs are too advanced for this game /s pls no bully)))
The Army saw the use of ATGMs as mission essential, and existing AH-1Gs was upgraded to the AH-1Q, mounting the M65 TOW/Cobra subsystem and the M65 Telescopic Sight Unit, or TSU. These newer models were used in the same role as the G model, while adding anti-tank capabilities. Later, the ships would be upgraded with the Lycoming T53-L-703, adding 400shp to the powerplant, earning the designation AH-1S. By his time, the Huey had been fully consigned to the transport and medevac role, leaving the Cobra as the sole attack helicopter in the Army's arsenal. Final upgrades were made to convert existing AH-1Gs, as well as new production frames to the AH-1F model, with a HUD for the crew, flat glass cockpit, Enhanced Cobra Armament System (ECAS) with an upgraded 20mm cannon, and the M147 Rocket Management subsystem, used to increase the usefulness of 2.75" rockets. At this point production ceased, and the Cobra was nearing the end of its time in the spotlight. Out of Hughes aircraft came a new aircraft for a new era of rotary wing flight.
Best thing to come out of the '80s
Through the murky waters of Army procurement and bureaucracy came the Hughes YAH-64, accepted into service after eight years of trials and design proposals as the AH-64A "Apache". Full scale production began in 1983, powered by the General Electric T700-701 powerplant. One of the requirements for the original aircraft was the ability to use the AGM-114 Hellfire, as well as other systems in use on the Cobra, such as Hydra-70 pods. Under the nose a 30mm M230 chain gun, able to be controlled by both the pilot and gunner, was mounted with 1200 rounds. The way this was done was through the IHADSS, the Integrated Helmet and Display Sighting System. (NOTE: THE ARMY FUCKING LOVES ACRONYMS IF YOU DIDN'T ALREADY KNOW) This enabled use of both the chain gun, as well as the ability to control a laser designator for the ship's four to eight Hellfire missiles. The Anti-Armor configuration features a staggering 16 Hellfires on the pylons, while the Escort configuration features 76 Hydra 70 rockets in four pods.
Now we reach the time limit
Ah yes, the infamous time limitTM problem. Not on Gaijin's part, but on the part of the United States Government. there are still parts of the AH-64 that are classified to the public after 35 years of faithful service. Adding on the fact that the Apache may very well not make an appearance in the first iteration of a rotary wing tree due to an increased need to polish the flight mechanics pls.
How will the tree be phased in, anyways?
My first thought was that the ability to use these new spectres of the battlefield should be restricted until the player reaches Tier Four of both the Army and Aviation trees, then requiring less RP to unlock than fixed wing aircraft. Modifications would have larger RP costs to offset this, and make players spend more time working towards the infamous ATGM that we all loved and feared in the April Fools event. This would force players to utilize the Hydras in a close support role instead of hanging a kilometer or more away from the field of battle, slinging hellfires over the heads of allied tankers. Perhaps the inclusion of recon helicopters like the OH-6 and OH-58 could be used to mimic the Hunter Killer tactics employed in Vietnam, or pilots could simply go balls to the wall and fly at low altitude.
I will leave the discussion of this to the community, feel free to discuss as you please.
TL:DR Hueys, Cobras, and Apaches. The Army loves the Hydra and the Hellfire. Gaijin pls
Also! If helicopters were added in, I would love crossed sabres as a decal for the nose or side of helicopters.
GARRY OWEN!
EDIT: Formatting and Grammar
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2018.01.29 18:45 mi-16evil Box Office Week: Maze Runner: The Death Cure takes #1 with $23.5M, the lowest opening of the franchise. Meanwhile, Hostiles expands to a solid $10.2M at #3, The Shape of Water cracks the top 10 at #8 with $5.7M, and Padmaavat hits #10 with $4.2M in just 325 theaters.

Rank Title Domestic Gross (Weekend) Worldwide Gross (Cume) Week #
1 Maze Runner: The Death Cure $23,500,000 $105,500,000 1
2 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle $16,400,000 $822,057,203 6
3 Hostiles $10,205,000 $12,052,795 6
4 The Greatest Showman $9,500,000 $259,516,284 6
5 The Post $8,850,000 $83,035,923 6
Notable Box Office Stories:
Films Reddit Wants to Follow
This is a segment where we keep a weekly tally of currently showing films that aren't in the Top 5 that fellow redditors want updates on. If you'd like me to add a film to this chart, make a comment in this thread.
Title Domestic Gross (Cume) Worldwide Gross (Cume) Budget Week #
Thor: Ragnarok $313,696,009 $851,904,921 $180M 13
Justice League $227,743,346 $655,543,346 $300M 11
Coco $202,753,237 $680,553,237 $175M 10
Star Wars: The Last Jedi $610,725,821 $1,311,425,821 $200M 7
Notable Film Closings
Title Domestic Gross Worldwide Gross Budget
Roman J. Israel, Esq. $11,917,581 $11,917,581 $22M
The Man Who Invented Christmas $5,676,110 $8,090,873 unk
Just Getting Started $6,069,605 $6,709,821 $22M
You can read my latest piece at The Numbers: Does Having The Most Oscar Nominations Affect Box Office Performance?
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Also you can see the archive of all Box Office Week posts at /moviesboxoffice.
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2017.12.15 16:52 Crowe410 WarshipPorn's Top Submissions and Comments of 2017

Period: 363.53 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 28132
Rate (per day) 2.75 77.06
Unique Redditors 201 5065
Combined Score 321329 247912

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 30655 points, 93 submissions: Freefight
    1. Soviet space control-monitoring ship Kosmonavt Yuri Gagarin in Odessa, 1971.[900 × 660] (1257 points, 53 comments)
    2. German battleship/cruiser Gneisenau.[883 x 1267] (836 points, 16 comments)
    3. The superstructure of french battleship Richelieu in 1946.[2400 × 1585] (775 points, 43 comments)
    4. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) departing San Francisco.[4368 × 2912] (752 points, 13 comments)
    5. German Imperial Battleship SMS Hindenburg scuttled in Scapa Flow after the surrender of Germany.[600 x 908] (585 points, 64 comments)
    6. A frontal view of the ship that revolutionised naval power, HMS Dreadnought.[3563 × 3490] (573 points, 54 comments)
    7. USCG Cutter Eagle passes USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7) on the Hudson River during Fleet Week 2002.[1312 × 2000] (568 points, 17 comments)
    8. Los Angeles-class submarine, USS Oklahoma City (SSN-723) shows of her Mk-45 Vertical Launching System (VLS).[1500 x 929] (540 points, 48 comments)
    9. Nelson-class battleship HMS Rodney, famous for the sinking of Bismarck and being the only battleship in history to have torpedoed another battleship.[1600 × 1128] (526 points, 93 comments)
    10. The flagship of the Grand Fleet during WW1 and leadship of her class, HMS Iron Duke.[4316 × 2907] (524 points, 41 comments)
  2. 30048 points, 109 submissions: Crowe410
    1. North Korean heavy cruiser "누드를 보내다" being launched by glorious workers, 2013 [1545×1024] (1004 points, 21 comments)
    2. The Orion spacecraft in the well deck of USS Anchorage after being recovered from the Pacific Ocean, 5th December 2014 [3000×1996] (942 points, 28 comments)
    3. Japanese battleship "Yamato" blows up, following multiple attacks by U.S. Navy carrier planes north of Okinawa, 7 April 1945 [1280×960] (918 points, 98 comments)
    4. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) now a mueseum ship in Norfolk, Virginia [1932×2352] (885 points, 80 comments)
    5. U.S. Marine Corp amphibious assault vehicle launching from the amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20), Dec. 19, 2012 [2896×1944] (578 points, 21 comments)
    6. US Navy cruisers and destroyers at Balboa harbour, Panama Canal Zone, on 23rd April 1934 [5667×4482] (549 points, 16 comments)
    7. The battleship bombing experiments, as the pro battship partisan sees it and as the pro airplane partisan sees it, Chicago Tribune, 1921 [1986×2546] (517 points, 50 comments)
    8. 150mm gun of the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran (HSK-8),sunk in 1941 and later rediscovered in 2008 [962×722] (508 points, 36 comments)
    9. Fixed 380mm pneumatic guns of the dynamite gun cruiser USS Vesuvius, 1890's [1375×1100] (502 points, 48 comments)
    10. Olympias, a reconstruction of an ancient Athenian trireme operated by the Hellenic Navy [1352×900]-kfB--1352x[email protected]) (454 points, 28 comments)
  3. 15848 points, 53 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. The aircraft carrier USS George Washington sails through calm seas near Guam at sunset while under way in the Pacific Ocean [2546 × 1697] (843 points, 27 comments)
    2. USS New York (BB-34) arrives at New York from the Pacific, circa 19 October 1945. [1980 x 3000] (753 points, 25 comments)
    3. The replica trireme OLYMPIAS [2560 x 1920] (630 points, 26 comments)
    4. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) conducts high speed turn drills during sea trials [3228 x 2152] (623 points, 60 comments)
    5. Photograph taken from a TARPS-equipped F-14 Tomcat showing a Soviet Victor III class submarine on the surface. c.1985. [1864 x 1454] (595 points, 34 comments)
    6. View of "Murderer's Row," the carriers Wasp (CV 18), Yorktown (CV 10), Hornet (CV 12), and Hancock (CV 19) anchored in Ulithi Atoll as seen from the carrier Ticonderoga (CV 14). December, 1944. [1915 x 1511] (500 points, 54 comments)
    7. The CSS Stonewall - a 1,390-ton ironclad built in Bordeaux, France, for the Confederate Navy in 1864 [1920 x 1400] (463 points, 27 comments)
    8. The Tirpitz in Norway [1600 x 1099] (422 points, 12 comments)
    9. USS America (LHA-6) [2302 × 1154] (398 points, 59 comments)
    10. The brightest moon in almost 69 years sets behind the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in Coronado, Calif., Nov. 14, 2016 [6639 × 4426] (391 points, 6 comments)
  4. 13778 points, 49 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. Japanese Type A-class midget submarine being recovered near the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States, circa July 1960; its torpedoes had not been fired. [740 × 605] (606 points, 18 comments)
    2. USS Indianapolis (CA-35). As recently discovered by Paul Allen and team, photo one of the heavy cruiser's 250-ton triple Mk 14 8″/55 gun turrets. [1100 × 619] (537 points, 43 comments)
    3. USS Ross (DDG-71). You know why this is here. Ross and USS Porter (DDG-78) hit Al Shayrat airbase in Syria with a combined 59 Tomahawk missiles last night, targeting fighters, hardened aircraft shelters, radar equip., ammunition bunkers, fuel storage and air defense systems. [2013 × 1224] (514 points, 265 comments)
    4. The USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) returned to Yokosuka Naval Base with the help of tugboats after its collision with the container ship ACX Crystal off the coast of Yokosuka, Japan. Add'l photo in comments. [1242 x 805] (448 points, 114 comments)
    5. A 16.14 inch gun (41cm) from the Japanese battleship 'Mutsu' on display outside the Yamato Museum. October 2008. [3,264 × 2,448] (376 points, 48 comments)
    6. Aboard Taiwan's submarine ROCS Hai Pao, formerly USS Tusk (SS-426), which at 71 years old, is capable of still laying mines but can no longer fire torpedoes. [2043 x 1311] (370 points, 44 comments)
    7. Damaged twelve-inch gun of the fore turret of the Russian battleship OREL, shortly after she was captured by the Japanese in the Battle of Tsushima, 28 May 1905. [1972 x 1594] (367 points, 19 comments)
    8. The Royal Navy's modified Courageous-class battlecruiser HMS Furious (47) she appeared extensively camouflaged in 1942. Colorized photo by irootoko_jr. Add'l info in comments. [1280 × 880] (361 points, 48 comments)
    9. Recommissioned for the Vietnam War, USS New Jersey (BB-62) was little modified. She is shown here underway off Oahu, Hawaii, 11 September 1968, with all three turrets and 5" mounts trained to port. Bonus photo in comments. [1416 x 1122] (359 points, 37 comments)
    10. 'Enterprise'. A 35-ton steel plate on display at Newport News Shipbuilding during a ceremony to start advance construction of Enterprise (CVN-80). The steel plate will be part Enterprise's keel. This is the 9th USN ship to bear that name & 3rd Gerald R. Ford-class CVN. Aug 24, 2017. [800 × 533] (351 points, 86 comments)
  5. 11901 points, 29 submissions: abt137
    1. The ex-Soviet Cruiser Murmansk wreck off the Norwegian coast (2464x1648) (770 points, 25 comments)
    2. HMS Royal Oak in her resting place, sunk by Gunther Prien's U-47 in Scapa Flow on Oct 14th, 1939. (2187x1285) (710 points, 46 comments)
    3. Not exactly a warship but the Nemesis of many. Color. Soviet mine cleaning party at work. Hope MODs are ok. (859x1218) (631 points, 43 comments)
    4. IJN Aircraft Carrier Amagi capsized in Kure after US Navy planes attacked it on July 1945 (3000x1912) (599 points, 12 comments)
    5. Dmitriy Donskoy, Russian Navy nuclear ballistic missile submarine, Akula class (NATO Typhoon class) under construction. (795x110) (532 points, 47 comments)
    6. Small but fierce. British patrol boats sail out to patrol the English Channel. (590x799) (530 points, 36 comments)
    7. Imperial Russian Navy Black Fleet parade by Ivan Ajwazowski [Art] (2600x1484) (514 points, 18 comments)
    8. Russia's guided-missile cruiser Varyag, always imposing somehow. (1389x1875) (486 points, 81 comments)
    9. Torpedo damage to port side of USS Oklahoma, taken once in the drydock, January 1944 (740x615) (457 points, 37 comments)
    10. German Prinz Eugen Collision with Leipzig. At 2004 hours on 15-Oct-1944, the Prinz Eugen returned from an operation off Memel, the heavy cruiser accidentally rammed the light cruiser Leipzig. Took 14 hours before it was considered safe to separate both ships. (600x850) (451 points, 47 comments)
  6. 10994 points, 28 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. Ships of the US Navy third fleet anchored at Ulithi during preparations for the invasion of Japan, 1945 [1000 x 750] (858 points, 100 comments)
    2. All 4 Iowa class Battleships steaming together in formation [1024 x 770] (814 points, 58 comments)
    3. Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby. [2464 x 1632] (685 points, 27 comments)
    4. What 3 carrier strike groups looks like from the perspective of a sailor [2100 x 1500] (639 points, 43 comments)
    5. B2 overflies three CVBGs after Valiant Shield 2006 [3008 x 2000] (628 points, 81 comments)
    6. Launch the alert Tomcats! Two F14s launch off bow and waist catapults [2100 x 1500] (619 points, 47 comments)
    7. MQ8 Fire Scout Unmanned Helicopter lands on flight deck of Littoral Combat Ship USS Coronado [4107 x 3032] (529 points, 32 comments)
    8. The Ex-Oriskany during its Sinking during 2006. The Essex class carrier was sunk to form an artificial reef off the Florida coast. [4288 x 2848] (493 points, 39 comments)
    9. USS Zumwalt sails past future USS Micheal Monsoor at Bath Iron Works [1920 x 1080] (440 points, 71 comments)
    10. F18 of VX23 orbits USS Gerald Ford during tests[4968 x 3239] (438 points, 17 comments)
  7. 9871 points, 32 submissions: Punani_Punisher
    1. Poster: In 10-minutes a modern U.S. Battleship can deliver projectile weight equivalent to the total bomb load of 120 4-engine bombers, c1944 [2328 x 2646] (675 points, 135 comments)
    2. SS Pacific Tracker with her massive X-Band radar moored at Honolulu Harbor, 2013 [2250 x 1238] (546 points, 56 comments)
    3. Must. Go. Faster. F/A-18 engine being tested on the fantail of USS George Washington, 2003 (CVN-73)[2100 x 1500] (538 points, 123 comments)
    4. The last cruise, the last launch. F-14D Tomcats stage to depart USS Roosevelt (CVN-71) for the final time before retirement, 2006 [1800 x 1200] (466 points, 84 comments)
    5. USS Leyte (CVA 32) squeezing under the Brooklyn Bridge with her mast removed, 19 February 1956 [2626 x 1996] (455 points, 22 comments)
    6. Nice shell capture. USS Vella Gulf (CG-72) fires her 5-inch gun, 2008 [2100 x 1274] (436 points, 18 comments)
    7. 8-inch Japanese shell embedded in turret 1 of USS Boise (CL-47) after the battle of Cape Esperance, 1942 [2696 x 2076] (418 points, 14 comments)
    8. For my 200th post, here is my favorite image I have posted here: Unidentified German U-boat sinks Allied merchant vessel in the Atlantic, 1914 [940 x 713] (416 points, 18 comments)
    9. USS Winston Churchill (DDG-81) makes a high speed run in the English Channel, 2001 [1312 x 2000] (366 points, 50 comments)
    10. One tough lady. USS Alchiba (AKA-6) burns at Guatalcanal. She was torpedoed on 28 November 1942, her crew ran her aground to off load supplies and fight fires, she burned for six days, refloated, torpedoed again on 7 December, and still finished WWII. [1780 x 1396] (360 points, 10 comments)
  8. 8957 points, 37 submissions: silence_hr
    1. USS New Jersey (BB-62) Iowa-class battleship firing from the Gulf of Tonkin. North Vietnam 10/1/1968. Photo by Neil Leifer [2000 × 1360] (514 points, 33 comments)
    2. The guided-missile destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) passes national historic site [5287 × 3776] (491 points, 85 comments)
    3. USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) [2537 × 1592] (424 points, 71 comments)
    4. Future Royal Navy carrier battle group [1440 × 960] (351 points, 102 comments)
    5. USS Chicago (SSN-721) in drydock with Chigago Bulls emblem 1993 [1167 × 1589] (350 points, 23 comments)
    6. An extremely rare photo of the Russian carrier Kuznetsov firing a Granite anti-ship missile [1200 × 810] (342 points, 47 comments)
    7. Croatian navy ships during Harpun 17 exercise [1200 × 840] (321 points, 5 comments)
    8. Japanese helicopter destroyer and American aircraft carrier [3500 × 2336] (289 points, 44 comments)
    9. NATO flotilla [2923 × 1945] (287 points, 24 comments)
    10. Two Victor class submarines being transported on a ship [3383 × 2537] (263 points, 35 comments)
  9. 8585 points, 24 submissions: Taldoable
    1. USS New Jersey (BB-62) transiting the Panama Canal, April 1984.[1500x1009] (787 points, 21 comments)
    2. Repost of one of my favorite pictures I've ever seen, USS Lexington (CV-16) Museum on the Bay, Corpus Christi, Texas. The ship that started it all for younger me. [1920x1200] (779 points, 44 comments)
    3. Essex-class carrier Modernization programs, from 1944 to 1960[3218x1793] (666 points, 31 comments)
    4. The memorial to the USS Utah (BB-31/AG-16)watching over her remains, Pearl Harbor, 1989[3000x2280] (563 points, 20 comments)
    5. USS Nautilus (SSN-571), the world's first nuclear submarine shown at her berth at the Submarine Force Library and Museum. To my knowledge, she's the only complete nuclear vessel on display in the US. [1250x982] (515 points, 74 comments)
    6. "HI MOM!", a heartfelt letter home from the sailors of USS Midway (CV-41) in 1981.[1024x750] (510 points, 16 comments)
    7. Sealed reactor sections from 77 nuclear submarines, seen in Trench 94 at the Hanford Reservation in 2003.[2000x3049] (482 points, 73 comments)
    8. The never-completed hull of Iowa-class battleship USS Kentucky (BB-66) March, 1955, about a year before the Navy removed her bow for transplant to the USS Wisconsin (BB-64)[2133x2014] (404 points, 30 comments)
    9. USS Batfish (SS-310) in her final resting place at Muscogee, Oklahoma. [2592x1944] (384 points, 39 comments)
    10. Modernization! USS Yorktown (CV-10) after her1953 SCB-27A modernization (left) and after her 1956 SCB-125 modernization (right). [1020x725] (367 points, 30 comments)
  10. 7152 points, 28 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1625 x 1103] The Greek battleship Kilkis in color, probably in Malta. Formerly the USS Mississippi (BB-23). (489 points, 11 comments)
    2. [726 x 834] HMS Furious in August 1941 with four Hurricanes on her flight deck. (453 points, 10 comments)
    3. [4608 x 2592] USCGC Eagle (WIX-327) in New York harbor, August 11, 2017 [OC] (381 points, 15 comments)
    4. [2870 x 1895] An AV-8S Matador overflies SNS Dédalo (R-01) likely in the mid 1990's. (373 points, 21 comments)
    5. [2782 x 2197] USS Baltimore, shown in San Francisco late in1951 after her re-activation for the Korean War. (Note ship's band is playing on the fantail) (358 points, 16 comments)
    6. [1024 x 751] USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) underway, Monday, 8 May 1944, the day she went into commission. (351 points, 19 comments)
    7. [650 x 494] USS Harry F. Bauer (DM-26) shown in a dazzle pattern, unknown location and time (348 points, 24 comments)
    8. [1024 x 878] HMS Shah (D21) moored in San Francisco with a load of Avengers, Wildcats and Warhawks for various British Empire nations. Jan 1944 (313 points, 16 comments)
    9. [2233 x 2844] USS Los Angeles (CA 135) at Mare Island 20 July 1954 (304 points, 18 comments)
    10. [887 x 900] 'Aloha to Hawaii' formed on the USS Badoeng Strait's (CVE-116) flight deck by over two hundred mishipmen as the carrier arrives at Pearl Harbor June 30, 1950 (286 points, 2 comments)
  11. 6585 points, 21 submissions: fing_lizard_king
    1. A team of four Italian Gruppo Operativo Incurson combat swimmers emerging from a Salvatore Todaro (S526)-class diesel attack submarine [1,600 × 1,065] (631 points, 15 comments)
    2. The USS Mitscher (DDG 57) next to the French tall ship replica Hermione. The original Hermione brought information to the Continental army that a French army was headed for the United States to assist in the war effort. [3308 x 2202] (505 points, 55 comments)
    3. The Sampari-class KRI Halasan (630) leads a fleet of other fast attack craft with Air Force helicopters overhead in a ceremony commemorating the 69th anniversary of Indonesian Armed Forces [1600 x 970] (452 points, 7 comments)
    4. A busy day: HMAS Brisbane’s (D41) main 5-inch gun with expended shells from fire support during Vietnam War [1024 x 689] (441 points, 71 comments)
    5. Helicopters hover nearby while Russian Admiral Kuznetsov launches a plane. Pyotr Velikiy in the background [4656 x 2696] (439 points, 63 comments)
    6. Cleaning a BL-15 inch Mk 1 naval gun at Coventry Ordnance Works during World War 1 [1024 x 765] (413 points, 21 comments)
    7. A Regulus II missile launcher being installed aboard landing ship tank USS King County (LST-857) [800 x 1004] (347 points, 24 comments)
    8. A UH-46D Sea Knight hanging on the fantail of USS Suribachi (AE-21). The helicopter had a mechanical failure during an ammunition offload from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower [633 x 790] (326 points, 31 comments)
    9. HMS Illustrious cut into pieces at demolition site in Aliaga, Turkey [960 x 640] (307 points, 49 comments)
    10. Cruiser in the front, carrier in the back. The FS Jeanne d’Arc (R97) showing off her 100 mm guns, Exocet missiles, and helicopter flight deck [2000 x 1346] (297 points, 12 comments)
  12. 5853 points, 22 submissions: D_Mitch
    1. Battleship Roma [2562 x 1686] (501 points, 6 comments)
    2. The French Navy in 2017; absolute naval power![8695 x 5980] (444 points, 82 comments)
    3. The Swedish Navy in 2017[2880 x 2304] (415 points, 49 comments)
    4. World's largest and heaviest surface combatant today, Pyotr Velikiy battlecruiser of the Russian Navy, passes the English Channel (Jan 24, 2017)[3000 x 1988] (409 points, 188 comments)
    5. The Royal Canadian Navy by the end of 2017 [2400 x 1632] (390 points, 131 comments)
    6. United Kingdom's naval power in 2020 - The Rise [5952 x 3840] (278 points, 102 comments)
    7. Cutaway of HMS Warspite, Royal Navy's most distinguished battleship that should have been preserved! (infographic)[1600 x 562] (276 points, 35 comments)
    8. The last gun cruiser in active service, BAP Almirante Grau of the the Peruvian Navy, was decommissioned on Sep 26, 2017 [3000 x 2000] (266 points, 31 comments)
    9. The Royal Norwegian Navy in 2017 [3456 x 3168] (265 points, 46 comments)
    10. Italian Navy's anti-aircraft power in the '60s: cruisers (Giuseppe Garibaldi, Andrea Doria class, Vittorio Veneto) and destroyers (Impavido class)[3442 x 2807] (251 points, 16 comments)
  13. 5068 points, 7 submissions: dasbeck
    1. A Sailboat in front of the USS Iowa [1024 × 684] (1626 points, 79 comments)
    2. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] (1163 points, 58 comments)
    3. French Battleship Richelieu in the Indian ocean 1944 [2100 × 1326] (825 points, 22 comments)
    4. The German Bismarck in Kiel in late September 1940.[1535x2074] (629 points, 120 comments)
    5. The Russian Cruiser Aurora [2560×1707] (380 points, 32 comments)
    6. HMS Invincible returns from Falklands [3148 x 2361] (244 points, 47 comments)
    7. The USS Arizona in 1916 [1302x866] (201 points, 5 comments)
  14. 4616 points, 8 submissions: Timmyc62
    1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] (1902 points, 257 comments)
    2. Free of her tugs, PCU Gerald R. Ford CVN 78 speeds up as she departs on her first sea trials April 8 2017 [3605x2400] (913 points, 114 comments)
    3. Portrait orientation: HMS Queen Elizabeth on second day sea trials, escorted by HM Ships Sutherland and Iron Duke [2400x3000] (391 points, 144 comments)
    4. Photo taken yesterday of USS Gerald R. Ford at sea, showing off the distinctively wide stern [5568x3712] (348 points, 90 comments)
    5. After the front fell on - future HMCS Harry Dewolf Arctic/Offshore Patrol Vessel AOPV-430 with all three "megablocks" in place, December 8, 2017[3872x2581] (293 points, 33 comments)
    6. USS Nimitz, INS Vikramaditya, and JDS Izumo sail in formation yesterday during Exercise Malabar [3599x1479] (293 points, 55 comments)
    7. PCU Gerald R. Ford CVN 78 underway on her own power for the first time today as she begins Builder's Sea Trials [4070x2557] (261 points, 59 comments)
    8. Fantastic photo showing stern details of U36 at her christening ceremony[1800x1322] (215 points, 17 comments)
  15. 4041 points, 15 submissions: mojave955
    1. If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600] (806 points, 129 comments)
    2. Korean ships firing full broadside [2048 x 1365] (324 points, 44 comments)
    3. Chinese sailors touring USS Sterett (DDG-104) [2250 x 1500] (322 points, 83 comments)
    4. South Korean destroyer and corvettes open fire with their guns [1280 x 852] (291 points, 4 comments)
    5. South Korea's 9th and final Type 214 submarine launched [2048 x 1363] (272 points, 25 comments)
    6. Canadian Coast Guard hovercraft Siyay [2737 x 1276] (243 points, 20 comments)
    7. Armed barge acting as a Forward Operating Base for South Korean patrol boats operating in the Yellow Sea [3000 x 1593] (237 points, 17 comments)
    8. Rebel Alliance Hammerhead-class Corvette "Lightmaker" rams an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer "Persecutor" during the Battle of Scarif [2000 x 1000] (228 points, 11 comments)
    9. Taiwanese "Carrier Killer" Tuo Chiang-class corvette. It's armed with 16 anti-ship missiles (8 of which are supersonic). [3000 x 2000] (221 points, 53 comments)
    10. Russian & South Korean Coast Guard holding joint drill [1080 x 720] (194 points, 10 comments)
  16. 4017 points, 11 submissions: rhit06
    1. A view into the well deck of the USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7) as it provides hurricane relief assistance off of Key West [4427 x 2914] (849 points, 67 comments)
    2. Lieutenant trying to remember where he parked PCU Gerald R. Ford, April 9, 2017 [2100 x 1500] (508 points, 29 comments)
    3. Sailors from the USS Alaska (SSBN-732) assemble topside to commemorate the ships 100th patrol. June 15, 2017 [3,696 x 2,448] (440 points, 38 comments)
    4. Damaged to the USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) sustained today after collision with merchant vessel. [1280 x 714] (420 points, 169 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth testing the ships pre-wet system. July 29, 2017 [1,328 x 747] (352 points, 45 comments)
    6. Lego HMS Queen Elizabeth [1,199 x 657] (301 points, 25 comments)
    7. Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) render a 21-gun salute during burial-at-sea of WWII veteran Julius "Harry" Frey. July 15, 2017 [5,877 x 3,922] (257 points, 24 comments)
    8. USS Nimitz (CVN-68) transits Puget Sound enroute to its homeport at Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton, April 28, 2017 [5,552 x 3,702] (255 points, 12 comments)
    9. After more than 2 years in drydock last night the USS Constitution was returned to the water. July 23, 2017 [4,032 x 3,024] (238 points, 11 comments)
    10. Sailors pack the deck of the USS Saratoga (CV-3) returning to the United States during Operation Magic Carpet. 1945 [1,065 x 1,483] (228 points, 14 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (4587 points, 577 comments)
  2. Crowe410 (3637 points, 294 comments)
  3. vonHindenburg (2752 points, 263 comments)
  4. Freefight (2630 points, 142 comments)
  5. Taldoable (2362 points, 152 comments)
  6. KapitanKurt (2106 points, 301 comments)
  7. blueishgoldfish (1967 points, 86 comments)
  8. Tony49UK (1548 points, 199 comments)
  9. rhit06 (1540 points, 86 comments)
  10. PhoenixFox (1379 points, 177 comments)
  11. Corinthian82 (1300 points, 155 comments)
  12. Lavrentio (1162 points, 61 comments)
  13. USOutpost31 (1139 points, 275 comments)
  14. SteveThePurpleCat (1113 points, 122 comments)
  15. WaitingToBeBanned (1111 points, 244 comments)
  16. Thatdude253 (1081 points, 65 comments)
  17. b0nd4g3 (1023 points, 70 comments)
  18. standbyforskyfall (998 points, 78 comments)
  19. agoia (977 points, 103 comments)
  20. davratta (972 points, 91 comments)
  21. Timmyc62 (964 points, 54 comments)
  22. Germanhammer05 (957 points, 122 comments)
  23. Dunk-Master-Flex (923 points, 92 comments)
  24. raitchison (918 points, 80 comments)
  25. PainStorm14 (887 points, 75 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] by Timmyc62 (1902 points, 257 comments)
  2. A Sailboat in front of the USS Iowa [1024 × 684] by dasbeck (1626 points, 79 comments)
  3. Two Visby-class corvettes in Stockholm, 2016 [1524x1268] by mjomark (1536 points, 119 comments)
  4. Italian tall ship Amerigo Vespucci escorted by Luigi Rizzo frigate. [2048x1152] by Poggor (1536 points, 59 comments)
  5. Soviet space control-monitoring ship Kosmonavt Yuri Gagarin in Odessa, 1971.[900 × 660] by Freefight (1257 points, 53 comments)
  6. The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724] by meanwhileinjapan (1170 points, 78 comments)
  7. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] by dasbeck (1163 points, 58 comments)
  8. Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720] by Conrado_Balboni (1145 points, 114 comments)
  9. Battlecruiser Peter the Great sailing past Fort Alexander [1199x 899] by PainStorm14 (1069 points, 50 comments)
  10. HMS Hermes returns home to Portsmouth from the Falklands war in 1982 [1000x660] by deleted (1057 points, 159 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 358 points: deleted's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
  2. 355 points: Lavrentio's comment in Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album]
  3. 277 points: spookyowls's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  4. 247 points: Thatdude253's comment in HMS Hermes returns home to Portsmouth from the Falklands war in 1982 [1000x660]
  5. 247 points: TheGrimCanadian's comment in A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518]
  6. 240 points: vonHindenburg's comment in If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600]
  7. 226 points: Conrado_Balboni's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
  8. 207 points: electricp0ww0w's comment in A6M Zero about to strike the hull of USS Missouri, April 11th 1945.[960x776]
  9. 198 points: BonquiquiShiquavius's comment in Poster: In 10-minutes a modern U.S. Battleship can deliver projectile weight equivalent to the total bomb load of 120 4-engine bombers, c1944 [2328 x 2646]
  10. 198 points: I_Plea_The_FiF's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
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2017.12.15 16:20 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn top posts from 2016-12-15 to 2017-12-13 21:28 PDT

Period: 363.53 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 28132
Rate (per day) 2.75 77.06
Unique Redditors 201 5065
Combined Score 321329 247912

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 30655 points, 93 submissions: Freefight
    1. Soviet space control-monitoring ship Kosmonavt Yuri Gagarin in Odessa, 1971.[900 × 660] (1257 points, 53 comments)
    2. German battleship/cruiser Gneisenau.[883 x 1267] (836 points, 16 comments)
    3. The superstructure of french battleship Richelieu in 1946.[2400 × 1585] (775 points, 43 comments)
    4. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) departing San Francisco.[4368 × 2912] (752 points, 13 comments)
    5. German Imperial Battleship SMS Hindenburg scuttled in Scapa Flow after the surrender of Germany.[600 x 908] (585 points, 64 comments)
    6. A frontal view of the ship that revolutionised naval power, HMS Dreadnought.[3563 × 3490] (573 points, 54 comments)
    7. USCG Cutter Eagle passes USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7) on the Hudson River during Fleet Week 2002.[1312 × 2000] (568 points, 17 comments)
    8. Los Angeles-class submarine, USS Oklahoma City (SSN-723) shows of her Mk-45 Vertical Launching System (VLS).[1500 x 929] (540 points, 48 comments)
    9. Nelson-class battleship HMS Rodney, famous for the sinking of Bismarck and being the only battleship in history to have torpedoed another battleship.[1600 × 1128] (526 points, 93 comments)
    10. The flagship of the Grand Fleet during WW1 and leadship of her class, HMS Iron Duke.[4316 × 2907] (524 points, 41 comments)
  2. 30048 points, 109 submissions: Crowe410
    1. North Korean heavy cruiser "누드를 보내다" being launched by glorious workers, 2013 [1545×1024] (1004 points, 21 comments)
    2. The Orion spacecraft in the well deck of USS Anchorage after being recovered from the Pacific Ocean, 5th December 2014 [3000×1996] (942 points, 28 comments)
    3. Japanese battleship "Yamato" blows up, following multiple attacks by U.S. Navy carrier planes north of Okinawa, 7 April 1945 [1280×960] (918 points, 98 comments)
    4. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) now a mueseum ship in Norfolk, Virginia [1932×2352] (885 points, 80 comments)
    5. U.S. Marine Corp amphibious assault vehicle launching from the amphibious transport dock ship USS Green Bay (LPD 20), Dec. 19, 2012 [2896×1944] (578 points, 21 comments)
    6. US Navy cruisers and destroyers at Balboa harbour, Panama Canal Zone, on 23rd April 1934 [5667×4482] (549 points, 16 comments)
    7. The battleship bombing experiments, as the pro battship partisan sees it and as the pro airplane partisan sees it, Chicago Tribune, 1921 [1986×2546] (517 points, 50 comments)
    8. 150mm gun of the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran (HSK-8),sunk in 1941 and later rediscovered in 2008 [962×722] (508 points, 36 comments)
    9. Fixed 380mm pneumatic guns of the dynamite gun cruiser USS Vesuvius, 1890's [1375×1100] (502 points, 48 comments)
    10. Olympias, a reconstruction of an ancient Athenian trireme operated by the Hellenic Navy [1352×900][email protected]) (454 points, 28 comments)
  3. 15848 points, 53 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. The aircraft carrier USS George Washington sails through calm seas near Guam at sunset while under way in the Pacific Ocean [2546 × 1697] (843 points, 27 comments)
    2. USS New York (BB-34) arrives at New York from the Pacific, circa 19 October 1945. [1980 x 3000] (753 points, 25 comments)
    3. The replica trireme OLYMPIAS [2560 x 1920] (630 points, 26 comments)
    4. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) conducts high speed turn drills during sea trials [3228 x 2152] (623 points, 60 comments)
    5. Photograph taken from a TARPS-equipped F-14 Tomcat showing a Soviet Victor III class submarine on the surface. c.1985. [1864 x 1454] (595 points, 34 comments)
    6. View of "Murderer's Row," the carriers Wasp (CV 18), Yorktown (CV 10), Hornet (CV 12), and Hancock (CV 19) anchored in Ulithi Atoll as seen from the carrier Ticonderoga (CV 14). December, 1944. [1915 x 1511] (500 points, 54 comments)
    7. The CSS Stonewall - a 1,390-ton ironclad built in Bordeaux, France, for the Confederate Navy in 1864 [1920 x 1400] (463 points, 27 comments)
    8. The Tirpitz in Norway [1600 x 1099] (422 points, 12 comments)
    9. USS America (LHA-6) [2302 × 1154] (398 points, 59 comments)
    10. The brightest moon in almost 69 years sets behind the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt in Coronado, Calif., Nov. 14, 2016 [6639 × 4426] (391 points, 6 comments)
  4. 13778 points, 49 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. Japanese Type A-class midget submarine being recovered near the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, United States, circa July 1960; its torpedoes had not been fired. [740 × 605] (606 points, 18 comments)
    2. USS Indianapolis (CA-35). As recently discovered by Paul Allen and team, photo one of the heavy cruiser's 250-ton triple Mk 14 8″/55 gun turrets. [1100 × 619] (537 points, 43 comments)
    3. USS Ross (DDG-71). You know why this is here. Ross and USS Porter (DDG-78) hit Al Shayrat airbase in Syria with a combined 59 Tomahawk missiles last night, targeting fighters, hardened aircraft shelters, radar equip., ammunition bunkers, fuel storage and air defense systems. [2013 × 1224] (514 points, 265 comments)
    4. The USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) returned to Yokosuka Naval Base with the help of tugboats after its collision with the container ship ACX Crystal off the coast of Yokosuka, Japan. Add'l photo in comments. [1242 x 805] (448 points, 114 comments)
    5. A 16.14 inch gun (41cm) from the Japanese battleship 'Mutsu' on display outside the Yamato Museum. October 2008. [3,264 × 2,448] (376 points, 48 comments)
    6. Aboard Taiwan's submarine ROCS Hai Pao, formerly USS Tusk (SS-426), which at 71 years old, is capable of still laying mines but can no longer fire torpedoes. [2043 x 1311] (370 points, 44 comments)
    7. Damaged twelve-inch gun of the fore turret of the Russian battleship OREL, shortly after she was captured by the Japanese in the Battle of Tsushima, 28 May 1905. [1972 x 1594] (367 points, 19 comments)
    8. The Royal Navy's modified Courageous-class battlecruiser HMS Furious (47) she appeared extensively camouflaged in 1942. Colorized photo by irootoko_jr. Add'l info in comments. [1280 × 880] (361 points, 48 comments)
    9. Recommissioned for the Vietnam War, USS New Jersey (BB-62) was little modified. She is shown here underway off Oahu, Hawaii, 11 September 1968, with all three turrets and 5" mounts trained to port. Bonus photo in comments. [1416 x 1122] (359 points, 37 comments)
    10. 'Enterprise'. A 35-ton steel plate on display at Newport News Shipbuilding during a ceremony to start advance construction of Enterprise (CVN-80). The steel plate will be part Enterprise's keel. This is the 9th USN ship to bear that name & 3rd Gerald R. Ford-class CVN. Aug 24, 2017. [800 × 533] (351 points, 86 comments)
  5. 11901 points, 29 submissions: abt137
    1. The ex-Soviet Cruiser Murmansk wreck off the Norwegian coast (2464x1648) (770 points, 25 comments)
    2. HMS Royal Oak in her resting place, sunk by Gunther Prien's U-47 in Scapa Flow on Oct 14th, 1939. (2187x1285) (710 points, 46 comments)
    3. Not exactly a warship but the Nemesis of many. Color. Soviet mine cleaning party at work. Hope MODs are ok. (859x1218) (631 points, 43 comments)
    4. IJN Aircraft Carrier Amagi capsized in Kure after US Navy planes attacked it on July 1945 (3000x1912) (599 points, 12 comments)
    5. Dmitriy Donskoy, Russian Navy nuclear ballistic missile submarine, Akula class (NATO Typhoon class) under construction. (795x110) (532 points, 47 comments)
    6. Small but fierce. British patrol boats sail out to patrol the English Channel. (590x799) (530 points, 36 comments)
    7. Imperial Russian Navy Black Fleet parade by Ivan Ajwazowski [Art] (2600x1484) (514 points, 18 comments)
    8. Russia's guided-missile cruiser Varyag, always imposing somehow. (1389x1875) (486 points, 81 comments)
    9. Torpedo damage to port side of USS Oklahoma, taken once in the drydock, January 1944 (740x615) (457 points, 37 comments)
    10. German Prinz Eugen Collision with Leipzig. At 2004 hours on 15-Oct-1944, the Prinz Eugen returned from an operation off Memel, the heavy cruiser accidentally rammed the light cruiser Leipzig. Took 14 hours before it was considered safe to separate both ships. (600x850) (451 points, 47 comments)
  6. 10994 points, 28 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. Ships of the US Navy third fleet anchored at Ulithi during preparations for the invasion of Japan, 1945 [1000 x 750] (858 points, 100 comments)
    2. All 4 Iowa class Battleships steaming together in formation [1024 x 770] (814 points, 58 comments)
    3. Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby. [2464 x 1632] (685 points, 27 comments)
    4. What 3 carrier strike groups looks like from the perspective of a sailor [2100 x 1500] (639 points, 43 comments)
    5. B2 overflies three CVBGs after Valiant Shield 2006 [3008 x 2000] (628 points, 81 comments)
    6. Launch the alert Tomcats! Two F14s launch off bow and waist catapults [2100 x 1500] (619 points, 47 comments)
    7. MQ8 Fire Scout Unmanned Helicopter lands on flight deck of Littoral Combat Ship USS Coronado [4107 x 3032] (529 points, 32 comments)
    8. The Ex-Oriskany during its Sinking during 2006. The Essex class carrier was sunk to form an artificial reef off the Florida coast. [4288 x 2848] (493 points, 39 comments)
    9. USS Zumwalt sails past future USS Micheal Monsoor at Bath Iron Works [1920 x 1080] (440 points, 71 comments)
    10. F18 of VX23 orbits USS Gerald Ford during tests[4968 x 3239] (438 points, 17 comments)
  7. 9871 points, 32 submissions: Punani_Punisher
    1. Poster: In 10-minutes a modern U.S. Battleship can deliver projectile weight equivalent to the total bomb load of 120 4-engine bombers, c1944 [2328 x 2646] (675 points, 135 comments)
    2. SS Pacific Tracker with her massive X-Band radar moored at Honolulu Harbor, 2013 [2250 x 1238] (546 points, 56 comments)
    3. Must. Go. Faster. F/A-18 engine being tested on the fantail of USS George Washington, 2003 (CVN-73)[2100 x 1500] (538 points, 123 comments)
    4. The last cruise, the last launch. F-14D Tomcats stage to depart USS Roosevelt (CVN-71) for the final time before retirement, 2006 [1800 x 1200] (466 points, 84 comments)
    5. USS Leyte (CVA 32) squeezing under the Brooklyn Bridge with her mast removed, 19 February 1956 [2626 x 1996] (455 points, 22 comments)
    6. Nice shell capture. USS Vella Gulf (CG-72) fires her 5-inch gun, 2008 [2100 x 1274] (436 points, 18 comments)
    7. 8-inch Japanese shell embedded in turret 1 of USS Boise (CL-47) after the battle of Cape Esperance, 1942 [2696 x 2076] (418 points, 14 comments)
    8. For my 200th post, here is my favorite image I have posted here: Unidentified German U-boat sinks Allied merchant vessel in the Atlantic, 1914 [940 x 713] (416 points, 18 comments)
    9. USS Winston Churchill (DDG-81) makes a high speed run in the English Channel, 2001 [1312 x 2000] (366 points, 50 comments)
    10. One tough lady. USS Alchiba (AKA-6) burns at Guatalcanal. She was torpedoed on 28 November 1942, her crew ran her aground to off load supplies and fight fires, she burned for six days, refloated, torpedoed again on 7 December, and still finished WWII. [1780 x 1396] (360 points, 10 comments)
  8. 8957 points, 37 submissions: silence_hr
    1. USS New Jersey (BB-62) Iowa-class battleship firing from the Gulf of Tonkin. North Vietnam 10/1/1968. Photo by Neil Leifer [2000 × 1360] (514 points, 33 comments)
    2. The guided-missile destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) passes national historic site [5287 × 3776] (491 points, 85 comments)
    3. USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) [2537 × 1592] (424 points, 71 comments)
    4. Future Royal Navy carrier battle group [1440 × 960] (351 points, 102 comments)
    5. USS Chicago (SSN-721) in drydock with Chigago Bulls emblem 1993 [1167 × 1589] (350 points, 23 comments)
    6. An extremely rare photo of the Russian carrier Kuznetsov firing a Granite anti-ship missile [1200 × 810] (342 points, 47 comments)
    7. Croatian navy ships during Harpun 17 exercise [1200 × 840] (321 points, 5 comments)
    8. Japanese helicopter destroyer and American aircraft carrier [3500 × 2336] (289 points, 44 comments)
    9. NATO flotilla [2923 × 1945] (287 points, 24 comments)
    10. Two Victor class submarines being transported on a ship [3383 × 2537] (263 points, 35 comments)
  9. 8585 points, 24 submissions: Taldoable
    1. USS New Jersey (BB-62) transiting the Panama Canal, April 1984.[1500x1009] (787 points, 21 comments)
    2. Repost of one of my favorite pictures I've ever seen, USS Lexington (CV-16) Museum on the Bay, Corpus Christi, Texas. The ship that started it all for younger me. [1920x1200] (779 points, 44 comments)
    3. Essex-class carrier Modernization programs, from 1944 to 1960[3218x1793] (666 points, 31 comments)
    4. The memorial to the USS Utah (BB-31/AG-16)watching over her remains, Pearl Harbor, 1989[3000x2280] (563 points, 20 comments)
    5. USS Nautilus (SSN-571), the world's first nuclear submarine shown at her berth at the Submarine Force Library and Museum. To my knowledge, she's the only complete nuclear vessel on display in the US. [1250x982] (515 points, 74 comments)
    6. "HI MOM!", a heartfelt letter home from the sailors of USS Midway (CV-41) in 1981.[1024x750] (510 points, 16 comments)
    7. Sealed reactor sections from 77 nuclear submarines, seen in Trench 94 at the Hanford Reservation in 2003.[2000x3049] (482 points, 73 comments)
    8. The never-completed hull of Iowa-class battleship USS Kentucky (BB-66) March, 1955, about a year before the Navy removed her bow for transplant to the USS Wisconsin (BB-64)[2133x2014] (404 points, 30 comments)
    9. USS Batfish (SS-310) in her final resting place at Muscogee, Oklahoma. [2592x1944] (384 points, 39 comments)
    10. Modernization! USS Yorktown (CV-10) after her1953 SCB-27A modernization (left) and after her 1956 SCB-125 modernization (right). [1020x725] (367 points, 30 comments)
  10. 7152 points, 28 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1625 x 1103] The Greek battleship Kilkis in color, probably in Malta. Formerly the USS Mississippi (BB-23). (489 points, 11 comments)
    2. [726 x 834] HMS Furious in August 1941 with four Hurricanes on her flight deck. (453 points, 10 comments)
    3. [4608 x 2592] USCGC Eagle (WIX-327) in New York harbor, August 11, 2017 [OC] (381 points, 15 comments)
    4. [2870 x 1895] An AV-8S Matador overflies SNS Dédalo (R-01) likely in the mid 1990's. (373 points, 21 comments)
    5. [2782 x 2197] USS Baltimore, shown in San Francisco late in1951 after her re-activation for the Korean War. (Note ship's band is playing on the fantail) (358 points, 16 comments)
    6. [1024 x 751] USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) underway, Monday, 8 May 1944, the day she went into commission. (351 points, 19 comments)
    7. [650 x 494] USS Harry F. Bauer (DM-26) shown in a dazzle pattern, unknown location and time (348 points, 24 comments)
    8. [1024 x 878] HMS Shah (D21) moored in San Francisco with a load of Avengers, Wildcats and Warhawks for various British Empire nations. Jan 1944 (313 points, 16 comments)
    9. [2233 x 2844] USS Los Angeles (CA 135) at Mare Island 20 July 1954 (304 points, 18 comments)
    10. [887 x 900] 'Aloha to Hawaii' formed on the USS Badoeng Strait's (CVE-116) flight deck by over two hundred mishipmen as the carrier arrives at Pearl Harbor June 30, 1950 (286 points, 2 comments)
  11. 6585 points, 21 submissions: fing_lizard_king
    1. A team of four Italian Gruppo Operativo Incurson combat swimmers emerging from a Salvatore Todaro (S526)-class diesel attack submarine [1,600 × 1,065] (631 points, 15 comments)
    2. The USS Mitscher (DDG 57) next to the French tall ship replica Hermione. The original Hermione brought information to the Continental army that a French army was headed for the United States to assist in the war effort. [3308 x 2202] (505 points, 55 comments)
    3. The Sampari-class KRI Halasan (630) leads a fleet of other fast attack craft with Air Force helicopters overhead in a ceremony commemorating the 69th anniversary of Indonesian Armed Forces [1600 x 970] (452 points, 7 comments)
    4. A busy day: HMAS Brisbane’s (D41) main 5-inch gun with expended shells from fire support during Vietnam War [1024 x 689] (441 points, 71 comments)
    5. Helicopters hover nearby while Russian Admiral Kuznetsov launches a plane. Pyotr Velikiy in the background [4656 x 2696] (439 points, 63 comments)
    6. Cleaning a BL-15 inch Mk 1 naval gun at Coventry Ordnance Works during World War 1 [1024 x 765] (413 points, 21 comments)
    7. A Regulus II missile launcher being installed aboard landing ship tank USS King County (LST-857) [800 x 1004] (347 points, 24 comments)
    8. A UH-46D Sea Knight hanging on the fantail of USS Suribachi (AE-21). The helicopter had a mechanical failure during an ammunition offload from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower [633 x 790] (326 points, 31 comments)
    9. HMS Illustrious cut into pieces at demolition site in Aliaga, Turkey [960 x 640] (307 points, 49 comments)
    10. Cruiser in the front, carrier in the back. The FS Jeanne d’Arc (R97) showing off her 100 mm guns, Exocet missiles, and helicopter flight deck [2000 x 1346] (297 points, 12 comments)
  12. 5853 points, 22 submissions: D_Mitch
    1. Battleship Roma [2562 x 1686] (501 points, 6 comments)
    2. The French Navy in 2017; absolute naval power![8695 x 5980] (444 points, 82 comments)
    3. The Swedish Navy in 2017[2880 x 2304] (415 points, 49 comments)
    4. World's largest and heaviest surface combatant today, Pyotr Velikiy battlecruiser of the Russian Navy, passes the English Channel (Jan 24, 2017)[3000 x 1988] (409 points, 188 comments)
    5. The Royal Canadian Navy by the end of 2017 [2400 x 1632] (390 points, 131 comments)
    6. United Kingdom's naval power in 2020 - The Rise [5952 x 3840] (278 points, 102 comments)
    7. Cutaway of HMS Warspite, Royal Navy's most distinguished battleship that should have been preserved! (infographic)[1600 x 562] (276 points, 35 comments)
    8. The last gun cruiser in active service, BAP Almirante Grau of the the Peruvian Navy, was decommissioned on Sep 26, 2017 [3000 x 2000] (266 points, 31 comments)
    9. The Royal Norwegian Navy in 2017 [3456 x 3168] (265 points, 46 comments)
    10. Italian Navy's anti-aircraft power in the '60s: cruisers (Giuseppe Garibaldi, Andrea Doria class, Vittorio Veneto) and destroyers (Impavido class)[3442 x 2807] (251 points, 16 comments)
  13. 5068 points, 7 submissions: dasbeck
    1. A Sailboat in front of the USS Iowa [1024 × 684] (1626 points, 79 comments)
    2. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] (1163 points, 58 comments)
    3. French Battleship Richelieu in the Indian ocean 1944 [2100 × 1326] (825 points, 22 comments)
    4. The German Bismarck in Kiel in late September 1940.[1535x2074] (629 points, 120 comments)
    5. The Russian Cruiser Aurora [2560×1707] (380 points, 32 comments)
    6. HMS Invincible returns from Falklands [3148 x 2361] (244 points, 47 comments)
    7. The USS Arizona in 1916 [1302x866] (201 points, 5 comments)
  14. 4616 points, 8 submissions: Timmyc62
    1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] (1902 points, 257 comments)
    2. Free of her tugs, PCU Gerald R. Ford CVN 78 speeds up as she departs on her first sea trials April 8 2017 [3605x2400] (913 points, 114 comments)
    3. Portrait orientation: HMS Queen Elizabeth on second day sea trials, escorted by HM Ships Sutherland and Iron Duke [2400x3000] (391 points, 144 comments)
    4. Photo taken yesterday of USS Gerald R. Ford at sea, showing off the distinctively wide stern [5568x3712] (348 points, 90 comments)
    5. After the front fell on - future HMCS Harry Dewolf Arctic/Offshore Patrol Vessel AOPV-430 with all three "megablocks" in place, December 8, 2017[3872x2581] (293 points, 33 comments)
    6. USS Nimitz, INS Vikramaditya, and JDS Izumo sail in formation yesterday during Exercise Malabar [3599x1479] (293 points, 55 comments)
    7. PCU Gerald R. Ford CVN 78 underway on her own power for the first time today as she begins Builder's Sea Trials [4070x2557] (261 points, 59 comments)
    8. Fantastic photo showing stern details of U36 at her christening ceremony[1800x1322] (215 points, 17 comments)
  15. 4041 points, 15 submissions: mojave955
    1. If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600] (806 points, 129 comments)
    2. Korean ships firing full broadside [2048 x 1365] (324 points, 44 comments)
    3. Chinese sailors touring USS Sterett (DDG-104) [2250 x 1500] (322 points, 83 comments)
    4. South Korean destroyer and corvettes open fire with their guns [1280 x 852] (291 points, 4 comments)
    5. South Korea's 9th and final Type 214 submarine launched [2048 x 1363] (272 points, 25 comments)
    6. Canadian Coast Guard hovercraft Siyay [2737 x 1276] (243 points, 20 comments)
    7. Armed barge acting as a Forward Operating Base for South Korean patrol boats operating in the Yellow Sea [3000 x 1593] (237 points, 17 comments)
    8. Rebel Alliance Hammerhead-class Corvette "Lightmaker" rams an Imperial I-class Star Destroyer "Persecutor" during the Battle of Scarif [2000 x 1000] (228 points, 11 comments)
    9. Taiwanese "Carrier Killer" Tuo Chiang-class corvette. It's armed with 16 anti-ship missiles (8 of which are supersonic). [3000 x 2000] (221 points, 53 comments)
    10. Russian & South Korean Coast Guard holding joint drill [1080 x 720] (194 points, 10 comments)
  16. 4017 points, 11 submissions: rhit06
    1. A view into the well deck of the USS Iwo Jima (LHD-7) as it provides hurricane relief assistance off of Key West [4427 x 2914] (849 points, 67 comments)
    2. Lieutenant trying to remember where he parked PCU Gerald R. Ford, April 9, 2017 [2100 x 1500] (508 points, 29 comments)
    3. Sailors from the USS Alaska (SSBN-732) assemble topside to commemorate the ships 100th patrol. June 15, 2017 [3,696 x 2,448] (440 points, 38 comments)
    4. Damaged to the USS Fitzgerald (DDG-62) sustained today after collision with merchant vessel. [1280 x 714] (420 points, 169 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth testing the ships pre-wet system. July 29, 2017 [1,328 x 747] (352 points, 45 comments)
    6. Lego HMS Queen Elizabeth [1,199 x 657] (301 points, 25 comments)
    7. Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) render a 21-gun salute during burial-at-sea of WWII veteran Julius "Harry" Frey. July 15, 2017 [5,877 x 3,922] (257 points, 24 comments)
    8. USS Nimitz (CVN-68) transits Puget Sound enroute to its homeport at Naval Base Kitsap-Bremerton, April 28, 2017 [5,552 x 3,702] (255 points, 12 comments)
    9. After more than 2 years in drydock last night the USS Constitution was returned to the water. July 23, 2017 [4,032 x 3,024] (238 points, 11 comments)
    10. Sailors pack the deck of the USS Saratoga (CV-3) returning to the United States during Operation Magic Carpet. 1945 [1,065 x 1,483] (228 points, 14 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (4587 points, 577 comments)
  2. Crowe410 (3637 points, 294 comments)
  3. vonHindenburg (2752 points, 263 comments)
  4. Freefight (2630 points, 142 comments)
  5. Taldoable (2362 points, 152 comments)
  6. KapitanKurt (2106 points, 301 comments)
  7. blueishgoldfish (1967 points, 86 comments)
  8. Tony49UK (1548 points, 199 comments)
  9. rhit06 (1540 points, 86 comments)
  10. PhoenixFox (1379 points, 177 comments)
  11. Corinthian82 (1300 points, 155 comments)
  12. Lavrentio (1162 points, 61 comments)
  13. USOutpost31 (1139 points, 275 comments)
  14. SteveThePurpleCat (1113 points, 122 comments)
  15. WaitingToBeBanned (1111 points, 244 comments)
  16. Thatdude253 (1081 points, 65 comments)
  17. b0nd4g3 (1023 points, 70 comments)
  18. standbyforskyfall (998 points, 78 comments)
  19. agoia (977 points, 103 comments)
  20. davratta (972 points, 91 comments)
  21. Timmyc62 (964 points, 54 comments)
  22. Germanhammer05 (957 points, 122 comments)
  23. Dunk-Master-Flex (923 points, 92 comments)
  24. raitchison (918 points, 80 comments)
  25. PainStorm14 (887 points, 75 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] by Timmyc62 (1902 points, 257 comments)
  2. A Sailboat in front of the USS Iowa [1024 × 684] by dasbeck (1626 points, 79 comments)
  3. Two Visby-class corvettes in Stockholm, 2016 [1524x1268] by mjomark (1536 points, 119 comments)
  4. Italian tall ship Amerigo Vespucci escorted by Luigi Rizzo frigate. [2048x1152] by Poggor (1536 points, 59 comments)
  5. Soviet space control-monitoring ship Kosmonavt Yuri Gagarin in Odessa, 1971.[900 × 660] by Freefight (1257 points, 53 comments)
  6. The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724] by meanwhileinjapan (1170 points, 78 comments)
  7. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] by dasbeck (1163 points, 58 comments)
  8. Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720] by Conrado_Balboni (1145 points, 114 comments)
  9. Battlecruiser Peter the Great sailing past Fort Alexander [1199x 899] by PainStorm14 (1069 points, 50 comments)
  10. HMS Hermes returns home to Portsmouth from the Falklands war in 1982 [1000x660] by deleted (1057 points, 159 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 358 points: deleted's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
  2. 355 points: Lavrentio's comment in Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album]
  3. 277 points: spookyowls's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  4. 247 points: Thatdude253's comment in HMS Hermes returns home to Portsmouth from the Falklands war in 1982 [1000x660]
  5. 247 points: TheGrimCanadian's comment in A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518]
  6. 240 points: vonHindenburg's comment in If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600]
  7. 226 points: Conrado_Balboni's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
  8. 207 points: electricp0ww0w's comment in A6M Zero about to strike the hull of USS Missouri, April 11th 1945.[960x776]
  9. 198 points: BonquiquiShiquavius's comment in Poster: In 10-minutes a modern U.S. Battleship can deliver projectile weight equivalent to the total bomb load of 120 4-engine bombers, c1944 [2328 x 2646]
  10. 198 points: I_Plea_The_FiF's comment in Mongolian Navy in 2017 [1280 x 720]
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2017.12.02 03:18 HereComeStatBoi Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn posts from 2017-10-30 to 2017-11-30 10:53 PDT

Period: 30.59 days
Submissions Comments
Total 458 4526
Rate (per day) 14.97 141.92
Unique Redditors 89 1350
Combined Score 60601 32909

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 11236 points, 51 submissions: standbyforskyfall
    1. Ships of the US Navy third fleet anchored at Ulithi during preparations for the invasion of Japan, 1945 [1000 x 750] (859 points, 99 comments)
    2. All 4 Iowa class Battleships steaming together in formation [1024 x 770] (801 points, 56 comments)
    3. Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby. [2464 x 1632] (676 points, 27 comments)
    4. What 3 carrier strike groups looks like from the perspective of a sailor [2100 x 1500] (645 points, 43 comments)
    5. Launch the alert Tomcats! Two F14s launch off bow and waist catapults [2100 x 1500] (617 points, 47 comments)
    6. MQ8 Fire Scout Unmanned Helicopter lands on flight deck of Littoral Combat Ship USS Coronado [4107 x 3032] (523 points, 32 comments)
    7. The Ex-Oriskany during its Sinking during 2006. The Essex class carrier was sunk to form an artificial reef off the Florida coast. [4288 x 2848] (495 points, 39 comments)
    8. USS Zumwalt sails past future USS Micheal Monsoor at Bath Iron Works [1920 x 1080] (437 points, 71 comments)
    9. F35 prepares to launch from the deck of USS America during tests[5472 x 3648] (427 points, 41 comments)
    10. X-47B Unmanned Combat Air Vehicle sits on catapult of USS Theodore Roosevelt [2900 x 4096] (415 points, 40 comments)
  2. 6037 points, 67 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [1625 x 1103] The Greek battleship Kilkis in color, probably in Malta. Formerly the USS Mississippi (BB-23). (484 points, 11 comments)
    2. [726 x 834] HMS Furious in August 1941 with four Hurricanes on her flight deck. (453 points, 10 comments)
    3. [650 x 494] USS Harry F. Bauer (DM-26) shown in a dazzle pattern, unknown location and time (340 points, 25 comments)
    4. [800 x 631] HMS Furious shortly following its initial conversion and in dazzle paint scheme. An SSZ class blimp is on the after deck. (263 points, 20 comments)
    5. [994 x 700] Did someone order a carrier? HMAS Sydney (R-17) arriving in Australia for the first time. (175 points, 1 comment)
    6. [800 x 597] MV Empire MacAlpine in dry dock at Messrs Cammel Lairds at Birkenhead. She was the first converted merchant aircraft carrier (MAC) (155 points, 11 comments)
    7. [800 x 660] HMS Thunderer at anchor, before 1915 (154 points, 10 comments)
    8. [1000 x 700] HMCS Bonaventure from the stern, photo taken in October 1957. Laid down as HMS Powerful, she was incomplete at the end of WWII, sold to Canada in1952, and completed with an angled flight deck. (144 points, 9 comments)
    9. [740 x 520] DKM Tirpitz camouflaged in the Fættenfjord, Norway. (131 points, 8 comments)
    10. [1280 x 803] Russian cruiser, Moskva in 2012 (126 points, 4 comments)
  3. 3422 points, 38 submissions: Crowe410
    1. River Class Offshore Patrol Vessel HMS Forth (P222) leaving the SBOH shed at Govan Shipyard, Glasgow, August 2016 [7000×4672] (320 points, 16 comments)
    2. Sailors forming a poppy on the flight deck of the Type 23 frigate HMS Lancaster (F229), 2013 [1200×800] (278 points, 6 comments)
    3. Aircraft hanger of the Japanese submarine I-401, 20 September 1945 [2377×1834] (224 points, 21 comments)
    4. USS Stethem fires its 5-inch gun in the Philippine Sea, Nov. 20, 2017 [3356×2237] (189 points, 15 comments)
    5. View of the aft 30.5 cm turrets of the German battleship SMS Kaiser, 1913-14 [965×591] (146 points, 3 comments)
    6. Well deck of the San Antonio-class amphibious transport dock USS New York (LPD-21), Atlantic Ocean, Nov. 16, 2017 [5760×3840] (145 points, 6 comments)
    7. French offshore patrol ship P725 L'Adroit at the IMDEX Asia 2013 exhibition in Singapore [1600×1063] (122 points, 9 comments)
    8. USS Washington (BB-56) refueling from the USS Salamonie (AO-26) while on route to Guadalcanal, 9 September 1942 [1500×1185] (122 points, 1 comment)
    9. View looking aft into the hanger bay of USS Coral Sea (CV-43) during scrapping at the Seawitch Marine Salvage Company yard, July 13, 1994 [2780×1840] (121 points, 7 comments)
    10. USS Constellation (CV-64) passing under the Brooklyn Bridge with her mast folded down, 1962 [1536×1019] (112 points, 4 comments)
  4. 3366 points, 27 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. The Tirpitz in Norway [1600 x 1099] (414 points, 12 comments)
    2. USS Zumwalt [3456 × 3648] (297 points, 25 comments)
    3. British ironclad HMS PENELOPE, 1867 [3840 x 3614] (231 points, 10 comments)
    4. Photograph taken from a TARPS equipped F-14 Tomcat showing the Soviet carrier Kiev underway in the Mediterranean Sea. c.1990. [1885 x 1482] (206 points, 34 comments)
    5. Reconstruction of an Athenian Trireme [2560 x 1920] (192 points, 8 comments)
    6. The Japanese carrier Hiryu maneuvers to avoid bombs dropped by Army Air Forces B-17 Flying Fortresses during the Battle of Midway. June 4th, 1942. [1499 x 1880] (184 points, 11 comments)
    7. Aircraft of Carrier Airwing 9 fly in formation over ships of the USS John C. Stennis Carrier Battle Group and the South Korean navy [1396 × 1698] (179 points, 10 comments)
    8. The aircraft carriers Midway (CVA 41), Kearsarge (CVS 33), and Hancock (CVA 19) lead other ships of the First Fleet as they pass under the Golden Gate Bridge upon return from deployments. [1767 x 1374] (149 points, 10 comments)
    9. The USS Ranger (CV-4) lies at anchor. 1940. [1907 x 1492] (139 points, 16 comments)
    10. The carrier Kitty Hawk (CV 63) and her escorts return home upon the completion of a Mobile Sea Range exercise. c.1981. [1881 x 1221 ] (134 points, 1 comment)
  5. 3288 points, 6 submissions: dasbeck
    1. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] (1141 points, 58 comments)
    2. French Battleship Richelieu in the Indian ocean 1944 [2100 × 1326] (820 points, 22 comments)
    3. The German Bismarck in Kiel in late September 1940.[1535x2074] (629 points, 120 comments)
    4. The Russian Cruiser Aurora [2560×1707] (378 points, 32 comments)
    5. The USS Arizona in 1916 [1302x866] (202 points, 5 comments)
    6. Typhoon-class SSBN Dmitriy Donskoy escorted by the Kirov-class Battlecruiser Pyotr Velikiy on the Gulf of Finland, July 2017. [1198 x 674] (118 points, 12 comments)
  6. 2593 points, 22 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. Aboard Taiwan's submarine ROCS Hai Pao, formerly USS Tusk (SS-426), which at 71 years old, is capable of still laying mines but can no longer fire torpedoes. [2043 x 1311] (366 points, 44 comments)
    2. French battleship Strasbourg lies scuttled in Toulon harbour as part of a planned effort by her crew to avoid being turned over to the Italian Navy. Nov. 1942. [1242 x 1482] (306 points, 14 comments)
    3. An F/A-18 Super Hornet launches from the flight deck of the forward-deployed aircraft carrier and flagship of Carrier Strike Group Five, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76), during Annual Exercise 2017. Philippine Sea, 20 Nov 2017. USN photo. [5941 x 3215] (302 points, 17 comments)
    4. John Wolfinbarger stands on the USS Iowa (BB-61) where he served during WWII. [1024 x 683] (256 points, 11 comments)
    5. A North American A-5A Vigilante (BuNo 149286) of Heavy Attack Squadron VAH-1 "Smokin' Tigers" being launched from USS Saratoga (CVA-60), circa 1964. [1965 x 1484] (165 points, 16 comments)
    6. USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-63) refueling USS McKean (DDR-784), at right, and USS Harry E. Hubbard (DD-748) on 18 Sept. 1962. Note the ten A-3 Skywarrior heavy attack aircraft parked on her flight deck, amidships & aft. Planes parked forward include A-1, A-4, F-4, and F-8 types. [1280 x 1040] (162 points, 6 comments)
    7. The incomplete Imperial Japanese Navy battleship 'Tosa' at Nagasaki, July 31, 1922. Following the Washington Naval Conference and the signing of the Washington Naval Treaty, all work on the ship was halted. Colorized by irootoko_jr. [1630 × 1077] (149 points, 3 comments)
    8. USS Intrepid (CV-11) smoking and listing after being struck by a Japanese special attack aircraft -- kamikaze -- off Okinawa, 16 April 1945. [1865 x 1460] (147 points, 4 comments)
    9. This image displays a hit and resulting damage by a MK 48 Torpedo on USS Fife (DDG-991) during SINKEX August 23, 2005 in the Paciific. [800 x 529] (110 points, 14 comments)
    10. The Royal Navy in the Second World War. British warships in Algiers Harbour. HMS Formidable (background) with HMS Dido (left) and HMS Maidstone (right) against the center jetty. Add'l ship info in comments. [2839 x 1772] (82 points, 1 comment)
  7. 2357 points, 15 submissions: Freefight
    1. USS Nevada (BB-36) snugly tugged between four tugs.[3000 × 4641] (399 points, 27 comments)
    2. SSV-33 Ural, a soviet communications ship that served in electronic intelligence, missile tracking, space tracking, and communications relay roles.[1240 × 872] (387 points, 24 comments)
    3. Tide-class replenishment tanker RFA Tidespring (A136) arrives at Gibraltar.[2048 × 1448] (311 points, 69 comments)
    4. The resolution is a bit small but the firepower sure isn't, HMS Rodney, HMS Hood and HMS Nelson in one picture.[960 × 673] (280 points, 17 comments)
    5. The Royal Navy's first nuclear-powered submarine, HMS Dreadnought (S101) Southampton, 1965.[1024 × 663] (176 points, 14 comments)
    6. The stern of the Grand Old Lady, HMS Warspite.[2390 × 3724] (115 points, 5 comments)
    7. HMCS Montreal conducts maneuvers with Dutch ship HNLMS De Ruyter off the coast of Western Europe on September 23, 2017 during NEPTUNE TRIDENT 17.[3750 × 2500] (113 points, 7 comments)
    8. USS Allagash (AO-97), center, refuels, USS Essex (CVA-9) and USS Fiske (DDR-842) during training exercises at sea.[2836 × 2172] (107 points, 1 comment)
    9. The first generation of Soviet missle cruisers, the Kynda-class cruiser Groznyy underway on 30 October 1985.[2974 × 1741] (103 points, 3 comments)
    10. Hawkins-class heavy cruiser HMS Effingham (D98) after the modernization of 1937-1938.[1600 × 982] (93 points, 4 comments)
  8. 2255 points, 22 submissions: Admiral_Darjeeling
    1. Japanese Destroyer Shimakaze underway. She was one of the world's fastest destroyers upon commissioning. [2312 x 1453] (252 points, 23 comments)
    2. The forward Torpedo room of the Japanese Submarine I-58, the same submarine that sank the USS Indianapolis. [688 x 515] (203 points, 23 comments)
    3. Japanese Battleship Hyuuga underway. Note the large flight deck on the aft end of the ship that replaced two gun turrets. [1000 x 580] (190 points, 11 comments)
    4. Japanese Heavy Cruiser Chikuma aiming all of it's 20cm guns to port. It mounted all it's guns forward of the bridge. [750 x 604] (158 points, 14 comments)
    5. USS Belknap (CG-26) underway. [3001 x 2340] (128 points, 3 comments)
    6. Japanese Heavy Cruiser Suzuya in Kure Naval Harbor. Suzuya sank during the Battle off Samar due to a detonation of it's Type 93 Long Lance oxygen torpedoes. [1600 x 642] (126 points, 28 comments)
    7. Japanese Battleship Nagato versus the 900 foot tall base surge of Baker during Operation Crossroads. Nagato would eventually sink after unfulfilled repairs due to her radioactivity. [1362 x 1090] (125 points, 10 comments)
    8. Soviet Project 56A-Class Destroyer Nakhodchivyy underway in 1983. [2084 x 1216] (108 points, 1 comment)
    9. Japanese Light Cruiser Ōyodo after being hit by four bombs at Kure Naval Shipyard, the same place where she was born. [2685 x 2124] (105 points, 0 comments)
    10. The USS Sea Cube (CGN-9) underway. [2840 x 1880] (105 points, 32 comments)
  9. 2204 points, 9 submissions: abt137
    1. Imperial Russian Navy Black Fleet parade by Ivan Ajwazowski [Art] (2600x1484) (515 points, 19 comments)
    2. German Prinz Eugen Collision with Leipzig. At 2004 hours on 15-Oct-1944, the Prinz Eugen returned from an operation off Memel, the heavy cruiser accidentally rammed the light cruiser Leipzig. Took 14 hours before it was considered safe to separate both ships. (600x850) (447 points, 47 comments)
    3. Row of AA 20 mm Oerlikon guns aboard the USS Hornet (2465x2617) (410 points, 18 comments)
    4. HMS Manchester, damaged by an aerial torpedo in the Mediterranean in 1941. Two men stained with fuel oil taking a breath of fresh air on Manchester deck after being rescued from lower deck damaged by the attack. An AA Bofors land piece can be seen too added as reinforcement. (800x529) (296 points, 11 comments)
    5. Spanish Navy F-100 AEGIS frigates couple (3840x2160) (158 points, 5 comments)
    6. Vickers 0.50 four-gun anti-aircraft mounting, on board the destroyer HMS Vanity, 1940. Vickers fired UK .50 Vickers (12.7×81mm) ammo, not the well known US .50 (12.7×99mm). Resolution (800x609) (135 points, 4 comments)
    7. Wreck of the Imperial Russian Navy Akula, a 1907 sub sank by a mine in Nov 1915 near Estonia. Image of the sub in the comments (3456x5184) (106 points, 11 comments)
    8. USS Yorktown collision, 1988. Tried to execute right of innocent passage through Soviet waters in the Black Sea, the Soviet frigate Bezzavetny bumped into it to try to push it into international waters. Escort USS Caron was bumped by another frigate too. No serious damage occurred. (3000x2357) (70 points, 11 comments)
    9. HMS Eskimo bow damage suffered during the Battle of Narvik in 1940 (800x605) (67 points, 6 comments)
  10. 1437 points, 13 submissions: Punani_Punisher
    1. USS Leyte (CVA 32) squeezing under the Brooklyn Bridge with her mast removed, 19 February 1956 [2626 x 1996] (453 points, 22 comments)
    2. USS Bushnell (AS-2), later USS Sumner (AG-32/AGS-5), docked at Naval Base Coco Solo, 1933. Built in 1915, she survived two World Wars including participating in the defense of Pearl Harbor and surveyed Biki Atoll previous to the atomic bomb tests. [2172 x 2808] (230 points, 14 comments)
    3. USS Iowa (BB-61) with unidentified ship at Pier 91, Seattle, Washington, 1945 [2940 x 2356] (163 points, 11 comments)
    4. Unidentified USN landing craft launching rockets during the Battle of Mindoro, 1944 [2136 x 2716] (121 points, 19 comments)
    5. USN X-47B UCAS demonstrator on the aircraft elevator of USS George HW Bush (CVN-77), 2013 [4533 x 3017] (87 points, 13 comments)
    6. Happy Veterans Day. USS John C Stennis (CVN-74) transits Puget Sound, Washington, 2017 [7360 x 4912] (79 points, 1 comment)
    7. USS Oscar Austin (DDG 79) dead ahead, Atlantic Ocean, 2017 [2313 x 3474] (72 points, 2 comments)
    8. USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) departs Naval Base Guam, 2017 [3300 x 2202] (68 points, 4 comments)
    9. USS Tennesee (BB-43) control room, date not provided [2640 x 2077] (46 points, 6 comments)
    10. USS Chosin (CG 65) departs Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam With crew manning rails, [1993 x 3000] (41 points, 1 comment)
  11. 1256 points, 14 submissions: silence_hr
    1. Russian Typhoon class SSBN [1498 × 1001] (223 points, 21 comments)
    2. Croatian missile boats [1194 × 765] (222 points, 7 comments)
    3. The Russian Typhoon class nuclear submarine Dmitry Donskoi sails sails under the Great Belt Bridge on July 21, 2017, on it's way to Saint Petersburg [1281 × 799] (176 points, 5 comments)
    4. HMAS Dechaineux leads HMAS Waller and HMAS Sheean in formation. [1200 × 782] (144 points, 8 comments)
    5. HMS Vengeance [1600 × 899] (116 points, 21 comments)
    6. HMAS Hobart (DDG 39) [1333 × 1042] (107 points, 0 comments)
    7. HMAS Adelaide (L01) [1600 × 745] (65 points, 1 comment)
    8. Successful live firing of the RBS15 surface-to-surface missile system by the Croatian Navy [1200 × 866] (43 points, 0 comments)
    9. HNLMS De Zeven Provinciën fires a missile (F802) [2464 × 1632] (40 points, 1 comment)
    10. The guided-missile frigate Hengshui (Hull 572) attached to a destroyer flotilla with the South China Sea Fleet under the PLA Navy fires its close-in weapons system at simulated aerial targets during a 4-day maritime live-fire training exercise in waters of the South China Sea [2500 × 1690] (38 points, 0 comments)
  12. 1248 points, 14 submissions: mojave955
    1. Armed barge acting as a Forward Operating Base for South Korean patrol boats operating in the Yellow Sea [3000 x 1593] (243 points, 17 comments)
    2. Japanese Akizuki-class destroyer JS Teruzuki (DD-116) sailing alongside Thai Type 053HT frigate HTMS Chao Phraya (FFG-455) [2000 x 1300] (179 points, 8 comments)
    3. South Korean warships in formation. Their Navy didn't have a single modern warship merely 20 years ago. [2128 x 1017] (149 points, 10 comments)
    4. Type 730 CIWS aboard a Chinese frigate providing you a daily dose of BRRRTTTTT [4488 x 2992] (121 points, 19 comments)
    5. Latest addition to South Korea's littoral fleet: PKMR guided-rocket boat (250t) [1298 x 668] (92 points, 11 comments)
    6. Chinese LCAC [3000 x 1982] (80 points, 22 comments)
    7. USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) flanked by USS Stethem (DDG-63) and ROKS Sejong the Great (DDG-991) [2048 x 1366] (73 points, 0 comments)
    8. Vietnamese Kilo-class attack submarines [3500 x 2333] (67 points, 5 comments)
    9. Torch lighting ceremony aboard the ROKS Mumu the Great (DDH-976) for the 2018 Winter Olympics [1903 x 1132] (54 points, 3 comments)
    10. ROKS Gwangmyeong (PCC-782) full broadside [2048 x 1384] (45 points, 6 comments)
  13. 1211 points, 11 submissions: Lavrentio
    1. The Italian destroyer Camicia Nera. Ironically enough, for a ship named after the Blackshirts, after World War II she was transferred to the Soviet Union. [1440 x 1752] (292 points, 7 comments)
    2. The Italian hospital ship Po in 1940-1941. (Some history in the comments). [2284 x 1524] (200 points, 3 comments)
    3. The Italian destroyer Folgore ("Thunderbolt") in 1942. [2160 x 1224] (152 points, 5 comments)
    4. The French pre-dreadnoughts Démocratie, Justice, Veritè and Mirabeau being scrapped in Vado Ligure, Italy, 1922. [1520 x 916] (119 points, 6 comments)
    5. The Italian submarine Giuseppe Finzi returning to Bordeaux after participating in Operation Neuland, 31 March 1942. [2132 x 1288] (97 points, 6 comments)
    6. The end of the 3rd Cruiser Division, 10 April 1943. Photo taken from one of the 84 USAAF B-24s that raided La Maddalena, Sardinia, sinking the heavy cruiser Trieste (in the photo) and disabling Gorizia, the last serviceable heavy cruisers left in the Regia Marina. [606 x 841] (81 points, 0 comments)
    7. Capitani Romani-class light cruiser Giulio Germanico fitting out in Castellammare di Stabia, summer 1943. [2132 x 1328] (79 points, 3 comments)
    8. In the engine room of an Italian submarine, in the late 1930s. [1388 x 980] (72 points, 4 comments)
    9. The Italian battleships Vittorio Veneto (right, fitting out) and Andrea Doria (left, undergoing extensive reconstruction) in the CRDA shipyard in Trieste, 1938. [2224 x 1316] (45 points, 0 comments)
    10. Lothar von Arnaud de la Perière's U 35, the most successful submarine in history. During World War I, she sank 223 vessels of all kind and size totalling 535,700 tons. [800 x 505] (40 points, 1 comment)
  14. 957 points, 4 submissions: -Eddie-
    1. The Queen's Dragon - HMS Dragon escorting HMS Queen Elizabeth [2048x1638] (377 points, 73 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth's crew silhouette on the sunset [735x419] (226 points, 5 comments)
    3. HMS Queen Elizabeth escorted by HMS Dragon, 1st November 2017 [OS][1024x648] (197 points, 23 comments)
    4. MoD armed police escorting some sort of big boat[1328x747] (157 points, 17 comments)
  15. 923 points, 6 submissions: Taldoable
    1. Modernization! USS Yorktown (CV-10) after her1953 SCB-27A modernization (left) and after her 1956 SCB-125 modernization (right). [1020x725] (366 points, 30 comments)
    2. Modernization! USS Midway (CVB-41/CVA-41) in both her original configuration and her final configuration. She was the only Midway-class carrier to receive the 1966 SCB-101.66 refit. [1619x729] (228 points, 26 comments)
    3. In honor of the 70th Anniversary of the sole flight of the largest flying boat ever built, the Hughes H-4 Hercules, better known as the Spruce Goose, here is PT-694, in her role as the Goose's tender. [1500x1180] (107 points, 1 comment)
    4. HMS Duke of York (17), showing off her unusual quadruple turret as she departs Rosyth, 1942[856x1160] (102 points, 6 comments)
    5. USS Langley (CVL-27) caught in Typhoon Cobra and rolling heavily to starboard.[1009x705] (65 points, 12 comments)
    6. The birth of an era: USS Essex (CV-9), leadship of her class and the Fightin'est Ship in The Fleet. [959x768] (55 points, 5 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. beachedwhale1945 (1198 points, 177 comments)
  2. standbyforskyfall (786 points, 66 comments)
  3. blueishgoldfish (678 points, 26 comments)
  4. chrisman01 (428 points, 23 comments)
  5. Taldoable (382 points, 34 comments)
  6. rhit06 (379 points, 31 comments)
  7. mithikx (341 points, 20 comments)
  8. Tsquare43 (326 points, 85 comments)
  9. Crag_r (297 points, 46 comments)
  10. PhoenixFox (286 points, 29 comments)
  11. WikiTextBot (266 points, 89 comments)
  12. Crowe410 (264 points, 31 comments)
  13. Cptcutter81 (254 points, 28 comments)
  14. Admiral_Darjeeling (254 points, 23 comments)
  15. Dunk-Master-Flex (237 points, 23 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518] by dasbeck (1141 points, 58 comments)
  2. Ships of the US Navy third fleet anchored at Ulithi during preparations for the invasion of Japan, 1945 [1000 x 750] by standbyforskyfall (859 points, 99 comments)
  3. French Battleship Richelieu in the Indian ocean 1944 [2100 × 1326] by dasbeck (820 points, 22 comments)
  4. All 4 Iowa class Battleships steaming together in formation [1024 x 770] by standbyforskyfall (801 points, 56 comments)
  5. Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby. [2464 x 1632] by standbyforskyfall (676 points, 27 comments)
  6. What 3 carrier strike groups looks like from the perspective of a sailor [2100 x 1500] by standbyforskyfall (645 points, 43 comments)
  7. The German Bismarck in Kiel in late September 1940.[1535x2074] by dasbeck (629 points, 120 comments)
  8. Launch the alert Tomcats! Two F14s launch off bow and waist catapults [2100 x 1500] by standbyforskyfall (617 points, 47 comments)
  9. The ARA San Juan, seen here after its refit in 2013 now lost at sea [1000x625] by OldManoftheNorth (544 points, 108 comments)
  10. Soviet experimental submarine "Forel", sole member of the Beluga class, used to test hull designs and new propulsion systems. [998 x 687] by yippee-kay-yay (534 points, 13 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 236 points: TheGrimCanadian's comment in A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518]
  2. 163 points: mithikx's comment in World SSNs compared [OC][1209x1839]
  3. 159 points: blueishgoldfish's comment in Ships of the US Navy third fleet anchored at Ulithi during preparations for the invasion of Japan, 1945 [1000 x 750]
  4. 133 points: beachedwhale1945's comment in A Typhoon at the Beach. [940x518]
  5. 131 points: blueishgoldfish's comment in Control room of the German UB 110 submarine, after being sunk and risen in 1918. [1600 × 994]
  6. 124 points: AntleredCormorant's comment in Tower, this is Ghost rider requesting a flyby. [2464 x 1632]
  7. 123 points: yuckyucky's comment in German Prinz Eugen Collision with Leipzig. At 2004 hours on 15-Oct-1944, the Prinz Eugen returned from an operation off Memel, the heavy cruiser accidentally rammed the light cruiser Leipzig. Took 14 hours before it was considered safe to separate both ships. (600x850)
  8. 122 points: 70percentwater's comment in The German Bismarck in Kiel in late September 1940.[1535x2074]
  9. 107 points: Xorondras's comment in French Battleship Richelieu in the Indian ocean 1944 [2100 × 1326]
  10. 107 points: based_marylander's comment in World SSNs compared [OC][1209x1839]
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Period: 32.83 days
Submissions Comments
Total 472 4552
Rate (per day) 14.38 135.12
Unique Redditors 122 1397
Combined Score 53710 32297

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 8017 points, 68 submissions: Crowe410
    1. USS Midway (CVA-41) en route to South-East Asia, April 1972 [1572×2015] (399 points, 40 comments)
    2. USS Independence (CVA-62) going under the Manhattan Bridge, New York, 1959. Note the tilted mast [1024×824] (332 points, 14 comments)
    3. Crew members use an NP-50 crane to remove a damaged Grumman F-14A-115-GR Tomcat from the flight deck after a barrier landing aboard the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) on 30 June 1984 [2793×1842] (323 points, 20 comments)
    4. View from a German submarine of a British transport being hit by a torpedo 1941 [4843×3340] (299 points, 34 comments)
    5. The forward island of HMS Prince of Wales (R09) leaving the BAE Shipyard in Govan, Glasgow, May 2015 [4000×2857] (269 points, 12 comments)
    6. Eight-barrel 2-pounder anti-aircraft pom-pom mounting on the heavy cruiser HMAS Shropshire [699×1000] (258 points, 27 comments)
    7. Crew of HMS Dragon (D35) during a multi national training exercise in Chile [1801×2048] (247 points, 30 comments)
    8. USS Colorado visiting New York City in 1932 [1897×1507] (246 points, 12 comments)
    9. Nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS Arkansas (CGN-41) passing close along the starboard side of the USS Enterprise (CVN-65), 9 April 1986 [2860×1950] (243 points, 30 comments)
    10. Benjamin Franklin-class ballistic missile submarine USS Kamehameha (SSBN-642) during a emergency main ballast tank blow test, 1996 [1000×800] (208 points, 15 comments)
  2. 4661 points, 37 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. USS Indianapolis (CA-35). As recently discovered by Paul Allen and team, photo one of the heavy cruiser's 250-ton triple Mk 14 8″/55 gun turrets. [1100 × 619] (518 points, 44 comments)
    2. The Royal Navy's modified Courageous-class battlecruiser HMS Furious (47) she appeared extensively camouflaged in 1942. Colorized photo by irootoko_jr. Add'l info in comments. [1280 × 880] (357 points, 48 comments)
    3. Recommissioned for the Vietnam War, USS New Jersey (BB-62) was little modified. She is shown here underway off Oahu, Hawaii, 11 September 1968, with all three turrets and 5" mounts trained to port. Bonus photo in comments. [1416 x 1122] (345 points, 37 comments)
    4. 'Enterprise'. A 35-ton steel plate on display at Newport News Shipbuilding during a ceremony to start advance construction of Enterprise (CVN-80). The steel plate will be part Enterprise's keel. This is the 9th USN ship to bear that name & 3rd Gerald R. Ford-class CVN. Aug 24, 2017. [800 × 533] (339 points, 89 comments)
    5. Alaska-class large cruiser USS Guam (CB-2) moored at Pearl Harbor on 21 February 1945. The port catapult and aircraft crane are trained over the side. Guam served only 29 months on active duty. [2214 x 2824] (327 points, 25 comments)
    6. Virginia-class nuclear-powered guided-missile cruiser USS Arkansas (CGN-41) underway in the Atlantic on 1 September 1980. [5570 x 4486] (311 points, 55 comments)
    7. IJN destroyer "Hinoki" at sea trials on Miyazu Bay. Feb 1917. Colorized by irootoko_jr. [1280 × 907] (270 points, 18 comments)
    8. Germany's SM U-12, a Type U 9 submarine launched in 1910 that served in the First World War until sunk on 10 March 1915. Seen here with a seaplane aboard in trials. Note crew member crapped out under the deck gun. [1800 × 1382] (259 points, 8 comments)
    9. Flak bursts fill the sky over the Japanese Naval base at Kure, as US Navy carrier planes attack ships and installations, 18 March 1945. Photographed from a USS HORNET (CV-12) aircraft. Colorized by irootoko_jr. Add'l info in comments. [1600 x 1304] (242 points, 11 comments)
    10. Tench-class submarine USS Pickerel (SS-524) surfacing at a 48-degree up angle, during tests off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, 1 March 1952. USN photo. [1280 x1015] (239 points, 23 comments)
  3. 3979 points, 58 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [4608 x 2592] USCGC Eagle (WIX-327) in New York harbor, August 11, 2017 [OC] (373 points, 15 comments)
    2. [1024 x 751] USS Ticonderoga (CV-14) underway, Monday, 8 May 1944, the day she went into commission. (353 points, 19 comments)
    3. [887 x 900] 'Aloha to Hawaii' formed on the USS Badoeng Strait's (CVE-116) flight deck by over two hundred mishipmen as the carrier arrives at Pearl Harbor June 30, 1950 (278 points, 2 comments)
    4. [1024 x 925] HMS Nabob (D77) lies dead in the water after being torpedoed by German submarine U-354 in the Barents Sea, 22 August 1944. (166 points, 8 comments)
    5. [1280 x 770] HSwMS Gustav V shown after her 1930 refit. (162 points, 20 comments)
    6. [3733 x 2529] USS Roanoke (CL-145) fantail including the starboard 3"/50 MK-33 single gun mount in a hull mounted blister (124 points, 5 comments)
    7. [1114 x 411] USS Quincy (CA-71) in early 1944. (111 points, 3 comments)
    8. [2500 x 1546] USS Colorado (BB-45), less than two months after her commissioning and before her maiden voyage to Europe. November 1923 (111 points, 9 comments)
    9. [740 x 625] USS Spokane (CL 120) Underway in the vicinity of New York City, 15 June 1946 (106 points, 7 comments)
    10. [2765 x 1659] IJN Hōshō. The world's first purpose designed and built aircraft carrier. Running full power trials, Dec 4, 1922. (100 points, 4 comments)
  4. 2382 points, 28 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. The ships of Task Force 58 at anchor at Ulithi Atoll [1800 x 1190] (232 points, 30 comments)
    2. The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Scranton (SSN 756) surfaces in the North Arabian Sea while the aircraft carrier USS George Washington (CVN 73) cruises in the background on May 9, 1996 [1476 × 1015] (224 points, 10 comments)
    3. The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson, left, along with ships from the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, transit the East China Sea, March 9, 2017 [2700 × 1800] (190 points, 1 comment)
    4. The first plane on deck of USS Lexington as she sat in dry dock. January 14, 1928. [2009 x 1538] (143 points, 8 comments)
    5. The U.S. invasion fleet off the beachhead of Okinawa. April 13, 1945. [2700 x 2219] (130 points, 5 comments)
    6. Forward main battery guns of an Italian Zara class heavy cruiser [3840 x 2775] (128 points, 5 comments)
    7. Japanese aircraft carrier Taiyō [3041 × 1825] (128 points, 4 comments)
    8. The Virginia-class fast-attack submarine USS California [2100 × 1397] (123 points, 4 comments)
    9. The U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transits the Pacific Ocean Feb. 9, 2017 [2500 × 1664] (119 points, 0 comments)
    10. The flight deck of the Russian Aircraft Carrier Adm. Kuznetsov [1423 × 913] (102 points, 14 comments)
  5. 1986 points, 9 submissions: abt137
    1. HMS Hannibal in 1854. A 90 gun 2nd rate ship of the line , served in the Crimean War and Italian War of Independence. Survived until 1904.(1500x1119) (358 points, 13 comments)
    2. Italian battleship Dante Alighieri in Taranto. Pre-dreadnought battleship and first built with her main armament in triple-gun turrets. It served as a flagship during WWI, but saw very little action. (1450x1398) (339 points, 24 comments)
    3. French armored cruiser Dupuy de Lôme. circa 1890, intended to attack enemy merchant ships as its primary mission (1450 x 1021) (308 points, 11 comments)
    4. Imperial Russian Navy Yermak, considered the first modern icebreaker, freeing the coastal battleship Admiral Apraksin in Gogland 97 ml west of St. Petersburg, 1900. Yermak remained in service until 1963. (1890x1299) (307 points, 30 comments)
    5. Imperial Chinese Navy Cruiser Yangwei. View of one of the Armstrong Whitworth 254 mm cannons that formed its main armament (2048x1580) (298 points, 31 comments)
    6. USS Ohio and USS Missouri in parallel while crossing the Panama Canal in 1915 (1280x928) (117 points, 7 comments)
    7. USS Massachusetts (BB-2) fire room, sailors tending the battleship's coal-fired boilers. 1897. (1200x950) (96 points, 15 comments)
    8. HMS Aboukir leaving Malta. A Cressy-class armoured cruisers built circa 1900 at about 780K GBP each. Sunk by the U-9 early in WW1, Sep-1914. (1375x964) (91 points, 4 comments)
    9. Guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach. First nuclear powered surface combatant. It's RIM-2 Terrier SAM launchers are clearly visible here (2850x1900) (72 points, 12 comments)
  6. 1953 points, 2 submissions: Timmyc62
    1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] (1817 points, 260 comments)
    2. For International Cat Day, here's Scatters, one of HMS Dreadnought's pets [677x1000] (136 points, 2 comments)
  7. 1894 points, 34 submissions: BTOWN_FACE
    1. Port side view of the Norwegian guided missile partol craft SKJOLD (P 690) underway in Ft. Washington, Maryland [2100x1500] (339 points, 35 comments)
    2. Two Japanese ships steam alongside Kitty Hawk during a Photo Exercise [2000x1312] (164 points, 10 comments)
    3. MH-60S Sea Hawk helicopter moves a pallet from the amphibious transport dock ship USS San Diego (LPD 22) to the dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS Wally Schirra (T-AKE 8) during a replenishment-at-sea [1800x1202] (127 points, 6 comments)
    4. Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) transits alongside the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) [4714x3089] (111 points, 2 comments)
    5. USS Halsey (DDG 97) transits the Pacific Ocean with the Theodore Roosevelt Carrier Strike Group (CSG) [7360x4912] (104 points, 3 comments)
    6. Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08), the Royal Norwegian Navy frigate Helge Ingstad (F 313), the U.S. Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) and the guided-missile destroyer US Donald Cook (DDG 75) are underway in formation [5001x3327] (94 points, 17 comments)
    7. Royal Navy Merlin Mk 2 prepares to land on the flight deck of the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) [4481x2935] (82 points, 6 comments)
    8. The guided-missile cruiser USS Bunker Hill (CG 52) transits the Pacific Ocean [6947x4636] (78 points, 5 comments)
    9. Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) and the guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea (CG 58) transit The Minch, Scotland, during exercise Saxon Warrior 2017 [4716x2957] (75 points, 1 comment)
    10. Sailors instruct midshipmen on how to fire the .50-caliber machine gun aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Donald Cook (DDG 75) [4928x3280] (68 points, 7 comments)
  8. 1503 points, 8 submissions: -Eddie-
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth and the USS George H.W. Bush side by side [1200x551][OS] (378 points, 46 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth with a Wildcat escort [3202x2135] (328 points, 53 comments)
    3. HMS Queen Elizabeth seen from the cockpit of a Merlin helicopter [1024×577] (264 points, 0 comments)
    4. HMS Illustrious vs HMS Queen Elizabeth, her replacement, coming in to Portsmouth Harbour [1926x564][OC] (213 points, 15 comments)
    5. F/A-18s from the USS George H W Bush perform a flypast of HMS Queen Elizabeth [2048x1365][OS] (112 points, 23 comments)
    6. HMS Queen Elizabeth with a Wildcat escort [3202x2135] (106 points, 9 comments)
    7. HMS Queen Elizabeth arse shot taken from the ski-jump [2048x1536] [OS] (73 points, 4 comments)
    8. HMS Queen Elizabeth at sunset [2048x1536][OS] (29 points, 1 comment)
  9. 1221 points, 7 submissions: Corinthian82
    1. Armoured deck goodness - HMS Implacable. Her sister, HMS Indefatigable, shrugged off a direct hit by a kamikaze to her deck and resumed flight ops within 30 minutes [4380 x 2256] (421 points, 60 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth on trials [3600 x 2400] (246 points, 39 comments)
    3. Fitting the big guns on USS Iowa[739 x 588] (228 points, 11 comments)
    4. Old School HMS Queen Elizabeth - dig the countersunk secondary battery [5123 x 1927] (122 points, 12 comments)
    5. HMS Queen Elizabeth - 2014 vs 2017 [7942 x 2479] (75 points, 1 comment)
    6. Merlin Mk2 takes off from HMS Queen Elizabeth after performing the first at-sea landing on her [3600 x 2250] (71 points, 1 comment)
    7. HMS Renown in Auckland, NZ, 1924[3675 x 2625] (58 points, 6 comments)
  10. 1210 points, 13 submissions: Flying_Dustbin
    1. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) takes on fuel from HMCS Protecteur (AOR 509) somewhere in the Persian Gulf, November 1990[2019 x 2048] (327 points, 15 comments)
    2. Final moments of battleship HMS Victoria, sunk by collision on June 22, 1893 while on maneuvers in the Mediterranean. Ship on the left is HMS Nile. [4072 x 2675] (155 points, 22 comments)
    3. HMAS Melbourne undergoing a damage control drill, March 3, 1960.[2048x1407] (113 points, 6 comments)
    4. Sail of USS Boston (SSN 703) outside the entrance to Buffalo and Erie County Naval and Military Park [OC] [4608 x 3456] (99 points, 8 comments)
    5. USS Indianapolis (CA-35) departing Apra Harbor, Guam, on July 27, 1945 bound for Leyte Gulf. This is likely the last photo ever taken of her before she was sunk.[1409 x 1142] (83 points, 13 comments)
    6. The Fightingest Ship in the RCN at rest: A nighttime shot of HMCS Haida in Hamilton, Ontario. [3276 x 2184] (76 points, 3 comments)
    7. The Mighty Hood in Vancouver, B.C., during the "Empire Cruise" c.1923[3000 x 1665] (75 points, 3 comments)
    8. The Flower-class corvette HMCS Oakville (K178) at sea, August, 1943.[2116 x 1516] (69 points, 4 comments)
    9. The USS S-5, which sank during a test dive off the Delaware capes on September 1st, 1920. Miraculously, all 38 officers and men aboard survived. [2859 x 1787] (61 points, 6 comments)
    10. The light cruiser HMAS Sydney, circa 1935. She was sunk on November 19, 1941 after a ferocious battle with the German raider Kormoran off the western Australian coast. Not one of her 645 crew survived. [4873 x 2618] (59 points, 6 comments)
  11. 1172 points, 8 submissions: Freefight
    1. Los Angeles-class submarine, USS Oklahoma City (SSN-723) shows of her Mk-45 Vertical Launching System (VLS).[1500 x 929] (526 points, 48 comments)
    2. HMS Warspite, at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, December 1941.[2643 × 2188] (260 points, 32 comments)
    3. Japanese carrier Zuiho damaged during the Battle off Cape Engano, 25. October 1944.[1566 × 1761] (162 points, 14 comments)
    4. Königsberg class light cruiser Köln in 1930.[5375 × 3798] (77 points, 3 comments)
    5. USS Reid (DD-369) steams past USS Saratoga (CV-3), during the later 1930s.[3000 × 1815] (43 points, 3 comments)
    6. USS Cimarron refuels USS ROBIN (HMS VICTORIOUS) on July 12, 1943.[2000 × 1599] (40 points, 0 comments)
    7. German light cruiser Emden in San Diego, 1930.[6163 × 5006] (38 points, 0 comments)
    8. German torpedo boat T-157 in the 1920's.[1162 × 1556] (26 points, 1 comment)
  12. 1097 points, 2 submissions: meanwhileinjapan
    1. The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724] (1035 points, 77 comments)
    2. Chinese PLA(N) replenishment ship 'Qian Dao Hu', Type 054A frigate 'Yueyang' and USNS Mercy at Pearl Harbour [OC] [885 x 594] (62 points, 3 comments)
  13. 1002 points, 2 submissions: Beechey
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth and USS George H. W. Bush [1440x1080] (807 points, 111 comments)
    2. HMS Queen Elizabeth looking amazing [2048x1365] (195 points, 24 comments)
  14. 829 points, 7 submissions: MerryPrankster1967
    1. USS Ranger, USS Constellation, USS Kitty Hawk and USS Independence all awaitig their fate !!(Mothball fleet,Bremerton,Washington[2048 x 1365] (473 points, 117 comments)
    2. USS John C. Stennis pulling into Bremerton,Washington.Earlier this morning.[2289 x 1078] (165 points, 3 comments)
    3. USS Stennis in Elliott Bay (Seattle)[2048 x 1195] (80 points, 8 comments)
    4. USS Nimitz on its way out of PSNS Bremerton[2048 x 1365] (42 points, 0 comments)
    5. Sailors conduct night replenishment at sea aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Cole [2100 x 1406] (24 points, 0 comments)
    6. USS Hollis with a dazzle paint job.(I was told this was named after a family member)[702 × 417] (23 points, 4 comments)
    7. USS Nevada (SSBN 733) is helped by tugs on its way into Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor following a strategic deterrent patrol.[2048 x 1360] (22 points, 3 comments)
  15. 820 points, 13 submissions: Lucas1184
    1. A up close view of the damage to the USS John S. McCain (DDG-56) sustained after a collision with a commercial vessel, August 21 2017, [1200 x 801] (298 points, 66 comments)
    2. The USS John S McCain after the collision with a commercial vessel, 2017, [977 x 513] (107 points, 6 comments)
    3. The Russian Coast Guard frigate Vorovsky in the harbor at Port Angeles, Washington, during Operation Pacific Unity 2009, [4203 x 2791] (70 points, 9 comments)
    4. Legend class cutter of the US Coast Guard, (infographic), [2781 x 1860] (65 points, 16 comments)
    5. The USCGC Dallas underway in the Atlantic Ocean, 2012, [3145 x 2093] (54 points, 4 comments)
    6. The USCGC Richard Dixon (WPC-1113) underway off the coast of Florida, [5520 x 3680] (47 points, 5 comments)
    7. Multiple High Endurance cutters moored at Coast Guard base Alameda CA, [2000 x 1060] (45 points, 3 comments)
    8. The USCGC Bertholf underway in the Arctic Ocean, also happy 227th Birthday to the US Coast Guard, [3000 x 2400] (28 points, 1 comment)
    9. The USCGC Jarvis (WHEC-725) underway with the Russian Coast Guard frigate Vorovsky off the coast of Alaska, [1634 x 1094] (26 points, 3 comments)
    10. The USCGC Escanaba leads a formation of International Maritime Forces at UNITAS LVIII in Callao, Peru, Wednesday, July 19, 2017, [1966 x 1311] (25 points, 1 comment)

Top Commenters

  1. KapitanKurt (748 points, 111 comments)
  2. beachedwhale1945 (567 points, 95 comments)
  3. Lavrentio (538 points, 24 comments)
  4. Crowe410 (506 points, 58 comments)
  5. vonHindenburg (454 points, 67 comments)
  6. Tsquare43 (417 points, 108 comments)
  7. Timmyc62 (375 points, 9 comments)
  8. SteveThePurpleCat (338 points, 44 comments)
  9. rhit06 (314 points, 32 comments)
  10. Corinthian82 (313 points, 36 comments)
  11. WikiTextBot (292 points, 68 comments)
  12. USOutpost31 (290 points, 76 comments)
  13. Tony49UK (267 points, 33 comments)
  14. MerryPrankster1967 (265 points, 11 comments)
  15. PhoenixFox (253 points, 45 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album] by Timmyc62 (1817 points, 260 comments)
  2. The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724] by meanwhileinjapan (1035 points, 77 comments)
  3. HMS Queen Elizabeth and USS George H. W. Bush [1440x1080] by Beechey (807 points, 111 comments)
  4. Russian missile cruiser Varyag aerial top view [1080 × 1349] by OlivierTwist (548 points, 15 comments)
  5. Los Angeles-class submarine, USS Oklahoma City (SSN-723) shows of her Mk-45 Vertical Launching System (VLS).[1500 x 929] by Freefight (526 points, 48 comments)
  6. First visit to a Naval Museum. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) [4048x3036] by TheonlyH83RAD3 (526 points, 27 comments)
  7. The torpedoed Japanese destroyer Yamakaze, as seen through the periscope of an American submarine, USS Nautilus, in June 1942.[1140x900][1140x980] by electricp0ww0w (520 points, 43 comments)
  8. USS Indianapolis (CA-35). As recently discovered by Paul Allen and team, photo one of the heavy cruiser's 250-ton triple Mk 14 8″/55 gun turrets. [1100 × 619] by KapitanKurt (518 points, 44 comments)
  9. Chilean Navy in Beagle crisis in 1978 [1600 x 1196] by Haggen88 (495 points, 41 comments)
  10. Side profiles of USS Jimmy Carter versus USS Seawolf [2000 x 688] by whibbler (484 points, 72 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 329 points: Lavrentio's comment in Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album]
  2. 237 points: spookyowls's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  3. 169 points: Mobius_Einherjar's comment in Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album]
  4. 158 points: Timmyc62's comment in Paul Allen's team found USS Indianapolis CA-35 today! [album]
  5. 140 points: Lexodus22's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  6. 140 points: MerryPrankster1967's comment in USS Ranger, USS Constellation, USS Kitty Hawk and USS Independence all awaitig their fate !!(Mothball fleet,Bremerton,Washington[2048 x 1365]
  7. 137 points: mojave955's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  8. 135 points: Armand28's comment in Side profiles of USS Jimmy Carter versus USS Seawolf [2000 x 688]
  9. 135 points: meanwhileinjapan's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
  10. 113 points: graphictruth's comment in The A-10 of gunboats. Just a massive gun with a ship attached [1203 x 724]
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2017.08.01 04:58 HereComeStatBoi Subreddit Stats: WarshipPorn posts from 2017-06-30 to 2017-07-30 17:15 PDT

Period: 29.80 days
Submissions Comments
Total 508 4351
Rate (per day) 17.05 140.90
Unique Redditors 104 1303
Combined Score 47082 27843

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 5475 points, 40 submissions: Freefight
    1. Indefatigable-class battlecruiser HMS New Zealand at Lyttleton, New Zealand.[1024 × 704] (476 points, 35 comments)
    2. A ship that was hit 21 times by heavy caliber shells and a torpedo but refused to sink, battlecruiser SMS Seydlitz.[1219 × 730] (438 points, 23 comments)
    3. A head on view of the Mighty Hood, with the crew on deck for scale.[1702 × 2787] (426 points, 47 comments)
    4. Italian heavy cruiser Zara during the Battle of the Mediterranean.[1895 × 1288][Art] (282 points, 12 comments)
    5. USS Wyoming (AG-17) performing as a gunnery training ship, underway in the Atlantic Ocean on 30 April 1945.[4649 × 3667] (268 points, 20 comments)
    6. Queen Elizabeth-class battleship HMS Valiant in drydock.[1264 × 1600] (250 points, 6 comments)
    7. Italian battleships Vittorio Veneto and Littorio in the harbour of La Spezia, March 1943.[1800 × 1196] (236 points, 6 comments)
    8. X and Y turret of King George V-class battleship HMS Ajax.[2000 × 1471] (222 points, 7 comments)
    9. HMS Renown as the flagship of the Eastern Fleet, 1944.[2001 × 1084] (206 points, 3 comments)
    10. Bora-class hoverborne guided missile corvette Samum.[3189 × 2166] (181 points, 7 comments)
  2. 4177 points, 76 submissions: BTOWN_FACE
    1. Port side view of the Norwegian guided missile partol craft SKJOLD (P 690) underway in Ft. Washington, Maryland [2100x1500] (335 points, 39 comments)
    2. F-14 "Tomcat" from the Diamondbacks of Fighter Squadron One Zero Two (VF-102) is launched from the bow catapult during flight operations [2244x1500] (309 points, 32 comments)
    3. The crew of the mine countermeasure ship USS Devastator (MCM 6) stands underneath the ship's hull before it leaves dry dock [3456x4608] (264 points, 54 comments)
    4. Military Sealift Command dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS Amelia Earhart (T-AKE 6) transits the Arabian Gulf [3658x2442] (221 points, 15 comments)
    5. USS America (LHA 6) transits the San Diego Bay while departing for a scheduled deployment [7360x4912] (190 points, 10 comments)
    6. Ohio-class ballistic-missile submarine USS Nebraska (SSBN 739) blows the forward ballast tank during sea trials [5655x3829] (173 points, 2 comments)
    7. U.S. Navy's future USS Billings (LCS 15) launches sideways into the Menominee River in Marinette, Wisconsin [3600x2400] (169 points, 22 comments)
    8. Two Japanese ships steam alongside Kitty Hawk during a Photo Exercise [2000x1312] (164 points, 11 comments)
    9. USS Washington (SSN 787), 14th submarine of the Virginia-class [3000x1929] (133 points, 7 comments)
    10. An AV-8B Harrier assigned to the "Tomcats" of Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) 311 lands aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD 6) during Talisman Saber 17 [3000x1888] (113 points, 8 comments)
  3. 2755 points, 55 submissions: Crowe410
    1. Project 971 Akula in drydock at Rybachiy submarine base, Kamchatka peninsula [1772×1617] (342 points, 15 comments)
    2. Sailors assigned to Naval Special Clearance Team One (NSCT-1) prepare to enter the well deck of the M80 Stiletto, 6th May 2006 [3000×1995] (204 points, 4 comments)
    3. HMS Centurion off the coast of Omaha beach after being sunk as a breakwater and anti aircraft emplacement, June 19-22 1944 [735×555] (181 points, 3 comments)
    4. Argentine Navy sail training ship ARA Libertad (Q-2) [1600×1071] (130 points, 9 comments)
    5. Aviation training/Casualty receiving ship RFA Argus (A135), off the coast at Devonport, 29th May 2007 [1200×783] (91 points, 12 comments)
    6. South African Valour class frigate SAS Isandlwana (F146) [3008×1960] (81 points, 5 comments)
    7. Flagship of the Royal Thai Navy HTMS Chakri Naruebet at Sattahip naval base, Thailand, March 2015 [4608×3072] (78 points, 16 comments)
    8. Imperial German Navy coastal defense ship SMS Odin, 1899 [5663×4486] (78 points, 7 comments)
    9. USS Iowa (BB-61) two weeks before its third commissioning at Ingalls Shipbuilding Corp, 23 Sep 1983 [1750×2611] (75 points, 3 comments)
    10. USS Wisconsin (BB-9) during the Great White Fleet World Cruise, December 1907 - February 1909 [2917×1713] (73 points, 3 comments)
  4. 2604 points, 26 submissions: RyanSmith
    1. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) conducts high speed turn drills during sea trials [3228 x 2152] (611 points, 61 comments)
    2. USS Alaska (CB-1) maneuvers in front of USS Missouri (BB-63) during their shakedown cruise, circa August 1944 [1974 x 3000] (375 points, 15 comments)
    3. The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Dewey launches a SM-2 missile at a target drone during exercise Valiant Shield 2014 [2147 × 1431] (268 points, 9 comments)
    4. The aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) sits in the Persian Gulf as the crew conducts shipboard and small boat drills on Feb. 8, 2005 [2744 × 1800] (170 points, 18 comments)
    5. U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush travels through the Gulf of Aden [1567 × 1045] (122 points, 5 comments)
    6. An F6F Hellcat is visible on approach for recovery as the light carrier Cabot (CVL 28) plows through the waters of the Pacific. [2938 x 1864] (120 points, 9 comments)
    7. Task Force 77 steaming in formation in the South China Sea, 21 January 1966 [2840 x 2178] (113 points, 3 comments)
    8. USS Abnaki (ATF-96) tows U-505 captured by the Americans. 4 June 1944. [3840 x 3010] (92 points, 20 comments)
    9. The flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) buzzes with activity as personnel and aircraft move about during night flight operations in the Pacific Ocean [3008 × 2000] (80 points, 3 comments)
    10. The guided missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) leads the way with the guided missile destroyers USS McFaul (DDG 74), USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51), USS Cole (DDG 67), and the guided missile cruisers USS Cape St. George (CG 71) and USS Anzio (CG 68) [3008 × 1960] (80 points, 6 comments)
  5. 1887 points, 26 submissions: Tsquare43
    1. [2782 x 2197] USS Baltimore, shown in San Francisco late in1951 after her re-activation for the Korean War. (Note ship's band is playing on the fantail) (356 points, 16 comments)
    2. [2233 x 2844] USS Los Angeles (CA 135) at Mare Island 20 July 1954 (303 points, 18 comments)
    3. [1326 x 1047] USS Honolulu (CL-48) in a floating dry dock on Oct 30, 1944. She suffered torpedo damage while providing gunnery support during the Philippine Invasion. (114 points, 9 comments)
    4. [1330 x 950] USS Reeves (CG 24) as it prepares to dock at a pier in China, Nov 5, 1986. This was the first US Navy visit to China in 40 years. Note the "Smilely Faces". (100 points, 2 comments)
    5. [1899 x 1438] USS Albany (CA-123) outbound off Virginia Capes, 31 August 1956. (96 points, 8 comments)
    6. [2073 x 1001] IJN Nagato firing her guns in 1936 (94 points, 6 comments)
    7. [1024 x 811] USS Boxer (CV-21) entering San Francisco Bay, 1947 (80 points, 1 comment)
    8. [8766 x 4915] USS Michigan (BB-27) 1916-17. She is wearing horizontal "two-tone" paint scheme, possibly a camouflage experiment. (71 points, 2 comments)
    9. [987 x 768] Four-Piper Friday! The last 4 piper, USS Pruitt (DD-347). Circa 1928-1934, refueling from either CV-2 or CV-3. (70 points, 1 comment)
    10. [740 x 496] IJN Kako, a heavy cruiser shown in 1926. Her original armament was 6 single 7.9" guns, a later modernization saw it change to 6 - 8" guns mounted in twin turets. She would be sunk by the US submarine S-44 on Aug 10, 1942. (69 points, 8 comments)
  6. 1812 points, 9 submissions: AspireAgain
    1. USS Augusta, USS Midway, USS Enterprise, USS Missouri, USS New York, USS Helena, and USS Macon in the Hudson River in New York, New York, United States for Navy Day celebrations, 27 Oct 1945 [1581x1993] (602 points, 29 comments)
    2. Carrier launched F4U's and F6F's fly in formation over the USS Missouri and other ships in Tokyo Harbor after the signing of the Japanese Surrender. September 2, 1945 [1375 x 1112] (500 points, 34 comments)
    3. The USS White Plains (CVE-66) which was hit by the Battleship Yamato at the Battle of Samar, but fought the Heavy Cruiser Chokai with its sole 5" gun and knocked it out by exploding the cruiser's deck mounted torpedoes. San Diego, Apr 1944, assisted by the harbor tug Wenonah (YT-148). [2048x1609] (217 points, 71 comments)
    4. The Japanese Battleship Nagato, Yamamoto's flagship during the attack on Pearl Harbor, after serving as one of the target ships for the atomic testing at Bikini Atoll in 1946.[1200x685] (157 points, 43 comments)
    5. The USS Yorktown CV-10 launches a fighter from its Hanger Deck catapult. Later removed during 1944 refit. [1024x821] (119 points, 15 comments)
    6. USS Laffey (DD-459) and USS Sterett (DD-407) go toe to toe with IJN Hiei, a Kongo-class battleship during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal on Friday the 13th November 1942. At one point, Laffey was within 10 feet of the Hiei. [1465x832] (69 points, 17 comments)
    7. The Kang Ding of the Taiwan ROC Navy. The lead ship of her class of Light Stealth multi-mission frigates. Built by France's DCN at Lorient, and modeled on the French La Fayette Class, with differences in both structure and weapons systems. Commissioned in 1996. [800x533] (54 points, 8 comments)
    8. The USS Renshaw DD-499 takes President Truman aboard after his review of the fleet in New York on the USS Missouri BB-63 on Navy Day, Oct 27 1945. The USS Enterprise CV-6 is in the background. [1060x1173] (54 points, 1 comment)
    9. The USS Hornet CV-8 during the Battle of Santa Cruz as a critically damaged "Val" Diver Bomber plunges toward it. Moments later the Val will crash into the Hornet's stack, killing seven men and spreading burning Avgas over the deck. 0914 AM, 26 OCT 1942. [1506x1152] (40 points, 1 comment)
  7. 1680 points, 34 submissions: KapitanKurt
    1. Recruiting Poster Deluxe. An F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 flies over USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78). Atlantic Ocean. July 2017. USN photo [4968 x 3239] (272 points, 18 comments)
    2. Ship's Cook standing over a Royal Navy stove, onboard HMS Trincomalee museum ship located in Hartlepool, England. These stoves were designed to mass produce meals; able to hold multiple cooking pots and even a rotisserie. [640 x 480] (190 points, 7 comments)
    3. A beached French coastal patrol craft at low tide at Dunkirk as German forces move into Dunkirk hours after the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force was completed. The ship is armed with a 75mm canon on its foredeck likely from the WWI, according to source. 4 June 1940. [800 × 514] (166 points, 3 comments)
    4. Underway in the Med. USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77) transits the Mediterranean Sea. She's the tenth and final Nimitz-class CVN. July 2017. USN photo. [5134 x 4016] (107 points, 7 comments)
    5. Liaoning (CV-16), China's first operating aircraft carrier, sailing into Hong Kong this past Friday. Photo source: Hong Kong Gov't Info Svc. [1530 x 875] (100 points, 19 comments)
    6. Sailors man the rail of USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) during its commissioning ceremony at Naval Station Norfolk. Ford is the lead ship of her class and the first new USN aircraft carrier designed in 40 years. 22 July 2017. USN photo. [7360 x 4912] (92 points, 12 comments)
    7. USS Coral Sea (CVA-43) steams past USS Ranger (CVA-61) in the South China Sea, 24 March 1965, during the early days of the air campaign against North Vietnam. Aircraft on flight deck info available in comments. [6178 × 5016] (79 points, 1 comment)
    8. BRP Datu Kalantiaw (PS-76), formerly destroyer escort USS Booth (DE-170), foundered on the coast of Calayan Island, 1981 by Typhoon Clara. Add'l info in comment. [1000 x 661] (74 points, 4 comments)
    9. USS Frank Knox (DDR-742) aground on Pratas Reef, South China Sea, July 1965. A H-34 type helicopter is hovering over her bow to evacuate crewmen. Add'l info in comments. [1280 × 1059] (51 points, 5 comments)
    10. Protected cruiser HMAS Encounter capturing Zambezi in August 1914. Painting by Phil Belbin. [ART] [1000 x 775] (45 points, 2 comments)
  8. 1537 points, 8 submissions: 813kam09
    1. F35c Lightning II alongside the USS Zumwalt (706x555) (785 points, 126 comments)
    2. USS Texas the last remaining dreadnaught (3264x2448) (427 points, 58 comments)
    3. Sea Shadow experimental stealth ship (600x474) (134 points, 20 comments)
    4. USS Michael Monsoor and USS Rafael Peralta under construction (1280x900) (52 points, 11 comments)
    5. USS Independence followed by the USS Freedom (500x333) (48 points, 10 comments)
    6. USS Coronado (750x537) (38 points, 8 comments)
    7. USS Hooper firing a SM-3 (2000x1339) (37 points, 1 comment)
    8. USCGC Bertholf (3000x2400) (16 points, 0 comments)
  9. 1484 points, 12 submissions: wankingSkeever
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier meets Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner [1200x800] (578 points, 80 comments)
    2. Chinese Type 001 carrier Liaoning (CV-16) and her escort Type 052D destroyer Changsha (DDG-173) [1457x2280] (232 points, 50 comments)
    3. George H.W. Bush Carrier Strike Group [3887x2033] (176 points, 2 comments)
    4. JMSDF Akizuki-class destroyer DD-116 Teruzuki [1661x1080] (82 points, 22 comments)
    5. Four F-35B Lightning II aircraft perform a flyover above the amphibious assault ship USS America (LHA 6) [1620x1049] (78 points, 10 comments)
    6. Blue Angels F/A-18 Hornets fly over USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) [7360x4912] (76 points, 20 comments)
    7. Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning arrives in Hong Kong. Sailors on deck spell out "Hello Hong Kong" [2400x1601] (60 points, 3 comments)
    8. French Horizon-class frigate Chevalier Paul (D 621) along side USS George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) [3000x1886] (58 points, 8 comments)
    9. USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78) [1200x548] (56 points, 4 comments)
    10. Chinese Type 052C 152 Jinan and Type 052D 175 Yinchuan destroyers arrive in Hong Kong [2400x1601] (43 points, 0 comments)
  10. 1415 points, 6 submissions: PainStorm14
    1. Battlecruiser Peter the Great sailing past Fort Alexander [1199x 899] (938 points, 49 comments)
    2. Nuclear icebreaker Taymyr (Таймыр) in 2005 [1800x1197] (322 points, 29 comments)
    3. USCG icebreaker Polar Star in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, February 2016 [5520x3680] (58 points, 29 comments)
    4. Russian Coast Guard patrol icebreaker PS-825, Purga (Blizzard) class [2000 x 1126] (41 points, 6 comments)
    5. Russian Navy corvette Steregushchiy (Vigilant) in 2007 [4000 x 2999] (36 points, 2 comments)
    6. Slava-class missile cruiser Moskva (Moscow) in 2012 [5039x 3239] (20 points, 0 comments)
  11. 1217 points, 9 submissions: rhit06
    1. HMS Queen Elizabeth testing the ships pre-wet system. July 29, 2017 [1,328 x 747] (341 points, 51 comments)
    2. Sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan (CVN-76) render a 21-gun salute during burial-at-sea of WWII veteran Julius "Harry" Frey. July 15, 2017 [5,877 x 3,922] (252 points, 24 comments)
    3. After more than 2 years in drydock last night the USS Constitution was returned to the water. July 23, 2017 [4,032 x 3,024] (234 points, 11 comments)
    4. Two F-14D Tomcats perform a high speed fly-by over the USS John C. Stennis (CVN-74). October 2004 [2,464 x 1,632] (91 points, 6 comments)
    5. An F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 flies over USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78). July28, 2017 [4,784 x 3,038] (83 points, 4 comments)
    6. Gold barrel of the USS John Finn's 5" gun during her commissioning as the newest Arleigh Burke-class destroyer. July 15, 2017 [3401x 4762] (82 points, 11 comments)
    7. USS Billings (LCS-15) pictured last month before she was christened and launched earlier today. July 1, 2017 (video in comments) [5,513 x 3,675] (72 points, 2 comments)
    8. Pretty in pink. The USS Balao (SS-285) painted pink for her role in Operation Petticoat, 1959 [1920 x1080] (43 points, 7 comments)
    9. Pre-Commissioning Unit Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) displays "up and over" flags in observance of Independence Day. July 4, 2017 [4,625 x 3,304] (19 points, 6 comments)
  12. 1097 points, 15 submissions: silence_hr
    1. NATO flotilla [2923 × 1945] (291 points, 24 comments)
    2. PLAN frigates and destroyers [1440 × 890] (164 points, 0 comments)
    3. Shortfin Barracuda submarine for Australia [3600 × 2400] (139 points, 8 comments)
    4. HMS Victorious [1280 × 853] (118 points, 0 comments)
    5. Russian Borei-class ballistic missile submarine and Typhoon-class ballistic missile submarine [3042 × 1226] (86 points, 12 comments)
    6. The Liaoning, China's first aircraft carrier, sails into Hong Kong for a port call, Friday, July 7, 2017 [5000 × 3333] (75 points, 10 comments)
    7. The Royal Netherlands navy frigate HNLMS De Ruyter (F804) is moored alongside the guided-missile destroyer USS Arleigh Burke (DDG 51) [2520 × 1800] (46 points, 8 comments)
    8. South Korean navy ship fires a missile during a drill in South Korea's East Sea, Thursday, July 6, 2017 [2048 × 1294] (35 points, 1 comment)
    9. Chinese Type 055 destroyer [1200 × 801] (29 points, 4 comments)
    10. HNLMS Evertsen (F805) and HDMS Esbern Snare (L17) [3000 × 2002] (26 points, 1 comment)
  13. 999 points, 3 submissions: lalafalafel
    1. HMS Nelson Colourised [1600 x 1245] (628 points, 36 comments)
    2. HMS Dreadnought Colourised [1600 x 1163] (255 points, 18 comments)
    3. HMS Hood Colourised [2560 x 1440] (116 points, 4 comments)
  14. 922 points, 2 submissions: When_Ducks_Attack
    1. In honor of the 40180th subscriber to our little subreddit, I present to you Iowa's Bathtub! [2860 x 1910] Complete with Navy-approved Synthetic Waterfowl. (729 points, 59 comments)
    2. Happy 4th of July! [4256 x 2832] Fireworks over JS Kirishima at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, 2015 (193 points, 0 comments)
  15. 776 points, 9 submissions: TheShowaDaily
    1. Emperor Hirohito and The Imperial Navy Staff on board the Japanese Battleship Musashi off Yokosuka Naval Base, 24 June 1943. [6588 x 4878] (252 points, 40 comments)
    2. IJN Heavy Crusier Atago in 1942 [1280 x 936] (165 points, 11 comments)
    3. “Sinking of HMS Cornwall at The Battle of the Indian Ocean” ´[Art] by Hishiro Kobayakawa 1942 [1200 x 964] (103 points, 1 comment)
    4. Japanese Navy destroyer Isokaze in Rabaul Island, August 1942. [1280 x 960] (73 points, 0 comments)
    5. "The Battle of The Coral Sea" Painting by Kenichi Nakamura 1943 [1400 x 976] [Art] (65 points, 3 comments)
    6. "The Sinking of Prince of Wales and Repulse", Oil Painting by Kenichi Nakamura, 1942. [1228 x 898] (54 points, 15 comments)
    7. Commander of the Combined Fleet Sankichi Takahashi on board the battleship Yamashiro in 1935. [865 x 651] (43 points, 1 comment)
    8. "Kamikaze Motorboats Attacking US ships in Lingayen Gulf", Painting by Ichiro Fukuzawa 1945 [1199 x 861] (14 points, 1 comment)
    9. "The Cruiser Chōkai in The Battle of Savo Island" painting by Kiyoe Kobayashi 1942 [Art] [1075 x 780] (7 points, 10 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. Freefight (490 points, 25 comments)
  2. rhit06 (431 points, 40 comments)
  3. vonHindenburg (409 points, 43 comments)
  4. Non-Combatant (321 points, 59 comments)
  5. SteveThePurpleCat (301 points, 42 comments)
  6. dreisday (271 points, 14 comments)
  7. AspireAgain (265 points, 33 comments)
  8. Toxicseagull (248 points, 17 comments)
  9. Crowe410 (228 points, 38 comments)
  10. KapitanKurt (217 points, 74 comments)
  11. BTOWN_FACE (211 points, 74 comments)
  12. ZeEa5KPul (210 points, 7 comments)
  13. beachedwhale1945 (206 points, 44 comments)
  14. DrRedOrDead (206 points, 5 comments)
  15. Timmyc62 (205 points, 15 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Battlecruiser Peter the Great sailing past Fort Alexander [1199x 899] by PainStorm14 (938 points, 49 comments)
  2. F35c Lightning II alongside the USS Zumwalt (706x555) by 813kam09 (785 points, 126 comments)
  3. If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600] by mojave955 (739 points, 129 comments)
  4. In honor of the 40180th subscriber to our little subreddit, I present to you Iowa's Bathtub! [2860 x 1910] Complete with Navy-approved Synthetic Waterfowl. by When_Ducks_Attack (729 points, 59 comments)
  5. 1954 Destroyer Piers Naval Station Norfolk [1161 x 1600] by WeazelBear (671 points, 27 comments)
  6. Typhoon-class SSBN "Dmitriy Donskoy" crossing underneath the Storebælt bridge on the way to St. Petersburg [1134 x 756] by yippee-kay-yay (670 points, 38 comments)
  7. HMS Queen Elizabeth dwarfing the town of Invergordon, Scotland [720x540][OS] by -Eddie- (647 points, 46 comments)
  8. A6M Zero about to strike the hull of USS Missouri, April 11th 1945.[960x776] by electricp0ww0w (644 points, 65 comments)
  9. HMS Nelson Colourised [1600 x 1245] by lalafalafel (628 points, 36 comments)
  10. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) conducts high speed turn drills during sea trials [3228 x 2152] by RyanSmith (611 points, 61 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 217 points: vonHindenburg's comment in If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600]
  2. 205 points: electricp0ww0w's comment in A6M Zero about to strike the hull of USS Missouri, April 11th 1945.[960x776]
  3. 176 points: DrRedOrDead's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier meets Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner [1200x800]
  4. 171 points: ZeEa5KPul's comment in F35c Lightning II alongside the USS Zumwalt (706x555)
  5. 122 points: BooYeah0484's comment in In honor of the 40180th subscriber to our little subreddit, I present to you Iowa's Bathtub! [2860 x 1910] Complete with Navy-approved Synthetic Waterfowl.
  6. 119 points: yellowcedar's comment in A6M Zero about to strike the hull of USS Missouri, April 11th 1945.[960x776]
  7. 117 points: yuckyucky's comment in If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600]
  8. 116 points: funnyferret's comment in HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier meets Queen Elizabeth 2 ocean liner [1200x800]
  9. 115 points: Telzey's comment in If it works, it ain't stupid... Egyptian Navy using Avenger as short-range air defense system aboard its Mistral-class LHD [800 x 600]
  10. 101 points: fordnut's comment in In honor of the 40180th subscriber to our little subreddit, I present to you Iowa's Bathtub! [2860 x 1910] Complete with Navy-approved Synthetic Waterfowl.
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