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  • Teburu -

    Liked MadMike69’s post in the thread Paratroopers on Carriers..

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    Like strategic bombers, the air transports would need a long runnway for takeoffs. Typically about 3000ft. Aircraft carriers runways max out on the largest ships at around 300ft. Plus you have the planes large wingspan which would only just miss the…
  • Teburu -

    Liked EZ Dolittle’s post in the thread Province trading =:c.

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    I believe it was a matter of dealing with multi accounts and people who just jump into a game to help a friend.
  • General cdub -

    Liked MadMike69’s post in the thread Paratroopers on Carriers..

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    Like strategic bombers, the air transports would need a long runnway for takeoffs. Typically about 3000ft. Aircraft carriers runways max out on the largest ships at around 300ft. Plus you have the planes large wingspan which would only just miss the…
  • MadMike69 -

    Replied to the thread Paratroopers on Carriers..

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    Like strategic bombers, the air transports would need a long runnway for takeoffs. Typically about 3000ft. Aircraft carriers runways max out on the largest ships at around 300ft. Plus you have the planes large wingspan which would only just miss the…
  • Wüstenrabe -

    Now follows Mr.Dutch.

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  • gusv -

    Liked EZ Dolittle’s post in the thread Artillery.

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    The effectiveness of artillery in WW2 had a lot to do with the ability of the Spotters being able to see targets, and call them in as well as the terrain allowing for the arc of the artillery shell path to reach the target. Mountain terrain obstructs…
  • gusv -

    Liked Dante Bugler1’s post in the thread Artillery.

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    Quote from Hradecky: “If we consider, logically, if an artillery is on top of a mountain, no one will be able to climb, so why is there a 25% drop in the mountains? ” It would be incredibly hard to get even a handful of Artillery on Mountains, The…
  • Restrisiko -

    Liked Dante Bugler1’s post in the thread Changes to all call of war maps.

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    Quote from Ryan04px2025: “Where did those come from? ” They got the German equipment through the Sino-German cooperation agreement, Pretty much the Germans were helping the Chinese modernize their industry and military.
  • Restrisiko -

    Liked EZ Dolittle’s post in the thread Changes to all call of war maps.

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    When you look at the photos of the Nationalist Chinese soldiers in the 1930's war with Japan they are in German helmets and equipment.