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U.I.S Navy Pack #2
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North Sea.C Heavy Destroyer
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The Largest none carrier ship in the U.I.S navy, the North Sea.C has been built as a 'heavy' destroyer meaning armor, big guns and more ARMOR!!! The Bow has been armored and reinforced to withstand heavy damage , as this ship has been designed for head-on attacks (Reduces the area of ship the enemy can shot at). However further to the rear of the ship armor is more slight lowering the total weight of this destroyer. Armed with a 155 mm rail-gun at the bow, 8 torpedo tubes (6 at bow, 2 at stern, the tubes on the side of the ship are the loading bays for the forward torpedoes). Also two 40mm anti-aircraft guns at the stern along with a missile silo holding up to eight missiles, the reason for this is, as mentioned before the 'hean-on' tactic is used with this ship so missiles there would likely bit hit and explode (not good for a ship!) so they were placed at the rear to reduce the chance of explosion. The North Sea.C also features a helipad at the stern along with a hangar storing 2 helicopters or drones.






Carribean.C Frigate
Designed with stealth in mind, while not wholly classed as a stealth ship, the Carribean.C is propelled by water jets, features angled superstructure made from a classified metal/fibre compound. It is armed with a 125mm gun at the bow, behind which sits a missile silo holding a max. of 12 missiles depending on type, generally small ballistic missiles, but can launch long range missiles if the need arises. Again a helipad features at the stern however features a smaller hanger only holding one helicopter or two small drones.





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Comments

 I like it 
  August 20, 2013
I really like the stealth ship. It looks just right to me for some reason.
 I like it 
  August 19, 2013
The microscale superstructure is nice on the first one, the second one is very sleek. @Daniel American submarines of that era had 6 tubes foreword, They were below the first four, not increasing the length.
 I made it 
  August 19, 2013
Quoting Daniel Bozarth The one thing i am wondering is why do you need 8 torpedo tubes. Two in the bow is fine, 4 is a bit overkill, but 6 is just crazy. i have been inside the U-505 before and it has four bow torpedo tubes. This room takes up the first 15 meters of the ship. With 6 bow torpedo tubes you are taking up about 22 meters of space and gaining little to no advantage over four. It usually takes no more than two torpedoes to sink a ship. I have know idea why but this and some peoples missile tubes drive me crazy. They jam way to much into a small space, creating a floating powder keg. Anyways i like your designs, especially the missile boat.
Just a comment but I believe a u-505 is a wwII submarine, firstly my Destroyer is a ship and also we several hundred years after WII, so torpedo technology has changed.
  August 18, 2013
The one thing i am wondering is why do you need 8 torpedo tubes. Two in the bow is fine, 4 is a bit overkill, but 6 is just crazy. i have been inside the U-505 before and it has four bow torpedo tubes. This room takes up the first 15 meters of the ship. With 6 bow torpedo tubes you are taking up about 22 meters of space and gaining little to no advantage over four. It usually takes no more than two torpedoes to sink a ship. I have know idea why but this and some peoples missile tubes drive me crazy. They jam way to much into a small space, creating a floating powder keg. Anyways i like your designs, especially the missile boat.
 I like it 
  August 18, 2013
Excellent!! very good job!!
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  August 18, 2013
Excellent work! The technique is, as always, spot on.
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  August 18, 2013
Pretty cool! I love how the first Destroyer has been SNOTed; must have been fun to build :-)
 I like it 
  August 18, 2013
Looking real nice man!Keep it up!
 I made it 
  August 18, 2013
Quoting clayton Marchetti Love the frigate the forward missile hatch covers and the rear helicopter pad . Love the stealthy sleek look. The destroyer is cool too but with a more classic look excellent work
Thanks for the comment!
 I like it 
  August 18, 2013
Love the frigate the forward missile hatch covers and the rear helicopter pad . Love the stealthy sleek look. The destroyer is cool too but with a more classic look excellent work
 
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