Author: Rick |
April 22, 2012 |
In: High-Res, Ships, U.S. Navy
Category: High-Res, Ships, U.S. Navy
i really love this boat, but a don´t know what´s the point of ti…. what does it do????
<img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/fun.jpg">The new class of warship was built to hand out the punishment, So cool<img src="http://www.fitnessfoodlist.com/news/dailynews/funl.jpg">
These are so awesome and from what I hear they are to eventually replace the Perry class frigates
#11 #24 Such a cool design! I'd be interested in learning the benefits of this design vs. the standard.
#20 No wake. Also flat smooth sides to reduce detection by radar.
Cool design but they have already had a lot of trouble with the fatigue of the aluminum. Twice the price later I hear that have sorted it all out.
That looks incredible. I would have loved to have been on that shake down run.
#3 is an awesome picture! Reminds me of the beach I used to live near.
My professors at Virginia tech helped design it. suckers are faaaaasssssstttttt. like 60mph+ fast.
This is incredible. Amazing innovation.
#12 about as close as you can get to Trekkin it up in real life
I'd still "make it so". All it's missing is a rookie position and comms position. And a crew elevator that feeds directly into the bridge (cuz that makes sense, right?).
Thats the ugliest boat ive ever seen in my life.
Ive been on this ship, when i was stationed in Mayport which is where it is in the last few photots with the Tugs. Amazing ship.
#23 nice ass!!! (-"
those lines on the basketball court on the rear deck are messed up
Ya build a billion dollar boat and let a woman drive it? You're braver than I thought, US Navy.
#13 I'm pretty sure they made that deck for pokebattles.
Is the Tennis court for Mediterranean Navy Open ? Looks powerful.
I'd like to see how she handles rough seas.
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