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    Default Re: Battleship Texas ?

    Unfortunately, Deaf my friend, I'm unconvinced the Navies of either Australia or NZ would these days do well in any "shoot'en war".

    You see, what NZ managed to do was very clever, politically, and suicidally stupid militarily.
    I'm reasonably sure Australia has managed almost the same thing.

    The respective publics have been told the navies are getting "new ships".

    Which is an outright LIE.

    The navies are getting new HULLS.

    With the old worn out shit, masquerading under the title of "modern, up to date equipment" in mildly reconditioned form put back into the new hulls.

    Which is far indeed from "new ships" as each government so loudly proclaims.

    All of which ensures that if there is a "shoot'en war" no vessel of either the RAN or RNZN will survive for longer than the first ten minutes in combat without direct and very personal Divine Intervention; which event is highly unlikely to occur.

    Of a certainty NZ has had NO truly modern military equipment since WW2.
    I discount the LAV vehicles recently purchased for the army: that design is at least 30 years old.
    I discount the Aermacci trainers: that design dates to 1966.
    I discount the C130 J's: that design dates to 1951.
    The "new hulls" were in fact designed in 1974.

    It is thus VERY plain to see that nothing new at all has been purchased, and thus even if employed, it will not survive long.

    NZ will, as is usual, be eyeball deep in the shit until the US comes to our aid yet again. Only: in the last 35 years NZ has done sfa to actually encourage the USA to such a course.

    Many Thanks for the link to that site, Deaf my friend. In fact it is a new site to me.
    Have it bookmarked now as it is very interesting and well wroth returning to read more on.

    I take this opportunity to express my hope that you and yours enjoyed a pleasant Christmas, and Wish you and yours the most enjoyable and Happy New Year.

    Kind and Respectful Regards Deaf my friend, Uyraell.
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    "Honi-Soit Qui Mal'Y Pense." :
    "Ill unto he who ill of it thinks."
    Edward III, Rex Britania, AD1348.

    "Wenn Schon, denn schon."
    "Be It Done, Best be It Be Done Well."
    Known German adage.

    "Until you have looked into a veteran's eyes and actually seen it,
    you'll never fully understand."
    ^Uyraell^

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    Default Re: Battleship Texas ?

    I have some pics I took of the Texas back in 60 or 61, but I don't know how to post them from my hard drive.

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    Hi royal744,
    i'm not an expert in computer science. But there is a quite simple way to post pictures on a thread like this one. Is the way that i use every time i want to post some pictures on "Where & When", or "Do you shoot?..." or any other thread.
    Just enter in Reply to Thread and then make click on Attachments. On the following window, just select Add Files and, on the next window, make click on Select Files. Here you have to select the Disk where you have your pictures (Desktop or Disk C or D, etc.). Then just follow the messages. I think it's quite simple. Best regards.
    Kill one man, terrify a thousand

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    Quote Originally Posted by skorzeny57 View Post
    Hi royal744,
    i'm not an expert in computer science. But there is a quite simple way to post pictures on a thread like this one. Is the way that i use every time i want to post some pictures on "Where & When", or "Do you shoot?..." or any other thread.
    Just enter in Reply to Thread and then make click on Attachments. On the following window, just select Add Files and, on the next window, make click on Select Files. Here you have to select the Disk where you have your pictures (Desktop or Disk C or D, etc.). Then just follow the messages. I think it's quite simple. Best regards.
    Mile grazies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by royal744 View Post
    Mile grazies!
    These were taken in about 1960.
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    Mille grazie to you for the nice pics!!!
    Kill one man, terrify a thousand

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    Default Mystery Ship

    Does anyone know what ship this is? Taken in the late 30s at a port somewhere in Indonesia. Ten points for the right answer. Hint, it's American. Click image for larger version. 

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    Default More on Texas

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ID:	5667A couple more of Texas, taken in 1960 or so.

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    Nice shots. They're in great shape for being 50 year old pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stidham View Post
    Nice shots. They're in great shape for being 50 year old pictures.
    Thanks. I cleaned them up a little with photoshop to get rid of some of the artifacts.

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