Translations for our friends around the world.

Author Topic: Strategic Mind: The Pacific  (Read 990 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Online Asid

  • HAVOC
  • *
  • Posts: 17022
Re: Strategic Mind: The Pacific
« Reply #15 on: March 05, 2019, 01:41:23 PM »
The USA ships in Strategic Mind: The Pacific
5 Mar - Daizor




Here it comes, the majestic USA Navy:

AIRCRAFT CARRIERS
Carriers: Yorktown-class and Essex-class
Aircraft carriers were the key to winning major naval battles at the time. Their ability to facilitate large scale aerial attacks from afar made them top priority targets on the battlefield.

CAPITAL SHIPS
Battleships: Colorado-class and USS Iowa-class
Heavy cruisers: USS Northampton and USS Baltimore
Capital ships embodied devastating artillery firepower. However, they were susceptible to torpedo attacks. Losing even one such a powerful vessel was a heavy blow to the entire flotilla.

ESCORT SHIPS
Destroyers: Clemson-class and Fletcher-class
Escort ships were the essential part of any fleet. They fulfilled a variety of duties, such as reconnaissance, fire assistance, anti-submarine protection, and others. Battleship or Carrier without Destroyers escort would have been easy prey for the enemy submarines, aircraft or vessels.

*Please note, that this is still a “work in progress”.   

I stand against Racism, Bigotry and Bullying

Online Asid

  • HAVOC
  • *
  • Posts: 17022
Re: Strategic Mind: The Pacific
« Reply #16 on: March 13, 2019, 09:54:56 AM »
The Empire of Japan ships in Strategic Mind: The Pacific
12 Mar @ 7:16pm - Daizor   


Now it is time for the Empire of Japan Navy to shine:

AIRCRAFT CARRIERS
Carriers: Shokaku-class and Taiho-class
Aircraft carriers were the key to winning major naval battles at the time. Their ability to facilitate large scale aerial attacks from afar made them top priority targets on the battlefield.

Historically, the Japanese fleet lost the majority of its carrier fleet and carrier-based aviation over the few major naval battles, which preordained the course of the entire war in the Pacific.

CAPITAL SHIPS
Battleships: Nagato-class and Yamato-class
Heavy cruisers: Mogami-class and Tone-class
Capital ships embodied devastating artillery firepower. However, they were susceptible to torpedo attacks. Losing even one such a powerful vessel was a heavy blow to the entire flotilla.

Japanese battleship Yamato was arguably the most powerful capital ship across all countries fleets. Only two such ships were completed, while the third one was converted into a carrier when it became apparent that aircraft carriers would be the power that decides the course of the war.

ESCORT SHIPS
Destroyers: Kagero-class
Escort ships were the essential part of any fleet. They fulfilled a variety of duties, such as reconnaissance, fire assistance, anti-submarine protection, and others. Battleship or Carrier without Destroyers escort would have been easy prey for the enemy submarines, aircraft or vessels.

*Please note, that this is still a “work in progress”.

I stand against Racism, Bigotry and Bullying

Online Asid

  • HAVOC
  • *
  • Posts: 17022
Re: Strategic Mind: The Pacific
« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2019, 11:20:55 PM »
New scene of Strategic Mind: The Pacific
15 Mar - Daizor   



I stand against Racism, Bigotry and Bullying

Online Asid

  • HAVOC
  • *
  • Posts: 17022
Re: Strategic Mind: The Pacific
« Reply #18 on: Yesterday at 11:32:44 AM »
Battle of Iwo Jima scenario's map
18 Mar - Daizor



It was a major battle in which the US Marine Corps landed on and eventually captured the island of Iwo Jima from the Imperial Japanese Army.

The Battle of Iwo Jima is one of the game scenarios in Strategic Mind: The Pacific.   

I stand against Racism, Bigotry and Bullying