Original By @Xiaopapa
AG 1: Front Naval Guns
AG 2: The Mid-Mount and Back Naval Guns
AG 3 :Side Torpedo Tubes & Pounders
AG 4 :Anti-air & Personal Gun Position
AG 5 :Beacon lights
AG 6 :Rockets & Machine Guns
AG 8 :Propellers
Personal Anti-Air gun position controlled by roll+pitch. "Mouse as Joystick" HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
*1. Position Naval Guns facing out at an angle a bit less than 90 degrees when firing anti-air.
*2. DO NOT fire guns when they are in the "sailing" position. The reason is pretty obvious.
*3. ALL weapons share the same "fire" button.
SIDE NOTE: This replica cannot turn due to the sheer complexity and controls. This replica is not 1:1. I tried to do a 1:1 but the physics just couldn't handle it (1.8 where u at?)
Below: Uss Arkansas suffering from a deck fire
Below: Personal Fully-Controllable Anti-Air Position --Join the fight!!
Launched in 1911, USS Arkansas took part in the First World War. Already aging when the Second World War broke out, the role of this powerful battleship was initially confined to escort convoys crossing the Atlantic.
However, when the Allies launched their first amphibious operations, starting with Operation Torch in North Africa in November 1942, this battleship was systematically used by the Americans. Returning to the English Channel in April 1944, it was based in the port of Bangor (Ireland) before the start of Operation Neptune. The Flagship of the American naval forces on June 6, 1944, it is at 3 600 meters of Omaha Beach on D-Day and bombard the battery of Longues-sur-Mer with its twelve pieces of 305 mm then supports of allied land forces During the first weeks of the Battle of Normandy, moving off Grandcamp-les-Bains from June 13th. This is particularly the case during the conquest of Cherbourg during which the battleship pounded the battery “Hamburg” on 25 June.
In July 1946, it was used as a target during nuclear tests (Operation Crossroads) and was sunk on 25 July.
- Workshop Proof of Quality :
- Predecessor BB-33 USS ARKANSAS
- Created On Mac
- Wingspan 36.1ft (11.0m)
- Length 156.6ft (47.7m)
- Height 38.1ft (11.6m)
- Empty Weight 85,244lbs (38,666kg)
- Loaded Weight 89,651lbs (40,665kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.376
- Wing Loading 40.6lbs/ft2 (198.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 2,210.6ft2 (205.4m2)
- Drag Points 66643
- Number of Parts 2736
- Control Surfaces 6
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