HAPPY BÖRTDAY TROLMAN
ik its 3.7 years but i can't wait more :3 im little bit excited.
-->USS Cleveland (CL-55) was the lead ship and one of the 27 United States Navy Cleveland-class light cruisers completed during or shortly after World War II. She was the second ship to be named for the city of Cleveland, Ohio.
-->Cleveland was commissioned in June 1942, and saw extensive service in the war, briefly in the Atlantic, and then in the Pacific theater. Like almost all of her sister ships, she was decommissioned shortly after the end of the war, and never saw active service again. Cleveland was scrapped in the early 1960s.
AG1 for 155mm main guns
AG2 for 122mm secondary batteries
AG3 and AG4 for AA guns (you can use AG4 ones yourself)
AG5 for Sonar
AG6 for catapult (sadly she doesnt have seaplane)
--> Idk but mayybe Atago?? or Colbert?? or maybe Little Rock??
Oh boy she has been featured!
- This plane has been featured
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 35.6ft (10.8m)
- Length 291.6ft (88.9m)
- Height 72.9ft (22.2m)
- Empty Weight 196,143lbs (88,969kg)
- Loaded Weight 657,140lbs (298,074kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.02
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.003
- Wing Loading 123.3lbs/ft2 (602.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 5,329.5ft2 (495.1m2)
- Drag Points 108932
- Number of Parts 2431
- Control Surfaces 0