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K_Freddie
09-02-2007, 07:06 AM
Nato visit continued..

American and Canadian ship flags with Table Mountain in background (Table mountain should be remodelled in SH4/4)
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato11.jpg

American ship phalanx
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato12.jpg

American USS Normandy
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato13.jpg

Maybe some one can explain the E's (I thought they had a sense of humour) and the badges on the right. One of 3 Phased Array panels
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato14.jpg

Looks like sensors, galore, up here.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato15.jpg

this is MY SHIP
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato16.jpg

Normandy crew.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato17.jpg

Normandy bow.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato18.jpg

Alvarez (bigger one) and a Royal Navy ship (couldn't get on this one)
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato19.jpg

The Canadians are here http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato20.jpg

more....

K_Freddie
09-02-2007, 07:06 AM
Nato visit continued..

American and Canadian ship flags with Table Mountain in background (Table mountain should be remodelled in SH4/4)
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato11.jpg

American ship phalanx
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato12.jpg

American USS Normandy
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato13.jpg

Maybe some one can explain the E's (I thought they had a sense of humour) and the badges on the right. One of 3 Phased Array panels
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato14.jpg

Looks like sensors, galore, up here.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato15.jpg

this is MY SHIP
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato16.jpg

Normandy crew.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato17.jpg

Normandy bow.
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato18.jpg

Alvarez (bigger one) and a Royal Navy ship (couldn't get on this one)
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato19.jpg

The Canadians are here http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif
http://www.vanjast.com/NATO/Nato20.jpg

more....

VW-IceFire
09-02-2007, 08:03 AM
Don't answer my question in the first thread...should have noticed http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_smile.gif

HMCS Toronto...very nice ship!

Monterey13
09-02-2007, 08:16 AM
The Battle Efficiency Award, commonly known as the Battle "E" is awarded annually to the small number of U.S. Navy ships, submarines, aviation and other units that win their battle efficiency competition.

Enforcer572005
09-05-2007, 07:32 PM
this is nice. Some great closeups.

general_kalle
09-06-2007, 04:00 AM
i remember a few years ago Nato fleets visited A city near me.

i was onboard a Canadian Halifax class...something

i have a poster dealing with the 5 (if my memory serves me right) types of ships they use.
they still had M2 50 cal. Machine guns attached some places.

is there really still a chance to have use of them?

ploughman
09-06-2007, 04:37 AM
F355 is Royal Danish Navy, not Royal Navy. She's the HDMS Olfert Fischer, a Niels Juel class corvette.