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 IOT Weapon Systems
ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 12:48 AM


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Weapons of IOT. Here is a small compilation of weapons the Navy uses.
It is not complete yet, as I have to add some more small weapons and turrets.
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Thiel
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 12:59 AM


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Not much to say. At least you ditched that railgun from transformers II
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 01:02 AM


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Oh, I havent added that yet :lol: . But its really like modified American weapons. IOT and Americans have always shared technology, so thats why they look like that.
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 01:56 AM


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Updated sheet. Still missing some, but its almost complete.

Here is The Ft. Worth Class Carrier, updated and maybe... half detailed?
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turkishnavyguy
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 03:26 AM


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QUOTE (ezgo394 @ Jul 11 2010, 01:56 AM)
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Updated sheet. Still missing some, but its almost complete.

Here is The Ft. Worth Class Carrier, updated and maybe... half detailed?
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woow that ship is huge... what kind of aircraft does it operate?
f-14?
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 03:47 AM


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What? It's only 1100 feet long. And since this is AU, the aircraft are not "real," but I will go ahead and say F-14, E-2, S-70, and F-35.
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turkishnavyguy
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 03:55 AM


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QUOTE (ezgo394 @ Jul 11 2010, 03:47 AM)
What? It's only 1100 feet long. And since this is AU, the aircraft are not "real," but I will go ahead and say F-14, E-2, S-70, and F-35.

k its just that i am working on a CV that is like half of this and can hold ALOT of f-35 and s-70 :P

but i really really like this ship :D
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 04:08 AM


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This ship is my pride and joy, and the Flagship of the IOT Naval Fleet.
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Thiel
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 08:28 AM


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The correct name for the guns would be .50 Cal HMG, 20mm Machinegun and 25mm Machinegun or someting similar, unless they have specific names.

Also, that rear elevator is going to be a serious problem during heavy weather, especially in a following sea.
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 02:17 PM


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QUOTE (Thiel @ Jul 11 2010, 03:28 AM)
The correct name for the guns would be .50 Cal HMG, 20mm Machinegun and 25mm Machinegun or someting similar, unless they have specific names.

Also, that rear elevator is going to be a serious problem during heavy weather, especially in a following sea.

Ok, I will rename them. And the Elevator 4? What do you mean following sea?
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Posted: Jul 11 2010, 03:38 PM


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It's The seas follow the weather. If the weather is calm, the seas are calm. If you're in a hurricane, you're probably looking at very rough seas. Lake Michigan gets like that, too.
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Thiel
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 03:58 PM


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When you're sailing the same way as the waves.
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 05:09 PM


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Ok, but how is the elevator placement a problem?
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Thiel
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 05:32 PM


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Unless you're going faster than the waves (Ie surfing) water will flood the hangar whenever the doors are opened.
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ezgo394
Posted: Jul 11 2010, 06:51 PM


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Oh. Well generally, elevator 1 and 2 are the ones that are used the most. The 4th is like an extra elevator.
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