Naval Guns History
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documentary about naval guns… 10 9 8 7… there we go with America is best 😀
Good video thank you.
time to outfit the Iowa class ships with modern nuclear propulsion…..and a nuclear capability…… a 100 kt shell…. with a 300 mile range…….
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never trust a filthy degenerate Chinese communist…… never trust any Asian ……. who isn't a part of western civilization…………
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I miss the days when navy's ships actually had guns they could fire instead of shit tons of missiles.
Hmm, would have liked a small section on modern naval guns. They still have them, and they have a purpose.
I remember going on a tour of the USS Wisconsin one of the Iowa class battleships
british invented all in the history, your lies only believe by yourself, fucking pirates, the first ships with cannons was made by spanish empire, and the first modern fleet was the spanish navy, blas de lezo doesnt apear in your history books, take a look, always the same, disturb the history…
The HMS Victory may be the oldest commissioned war ship in the world. But it's not seaworthy and is in permanent dry dock. The USS Constitution is the oldest fully commissioned war ship afloat and is still in active duty today. The USS Constitution crew are full active duty US Navy officers and sailors. With a crew of 6 officers and 46 sailors.
How come the British can name a ship an awesome name like the Dreadnought, but the USA gets stuck with the shit names? Who's going to run away in terror from the "Gerald Ford"? Like, before they see it.
The Confederates didn't even call their ship the Merrimack. Just another example of those filthy Billy Yanks rewriting history for their own convenience.
6:13 Those are some impressive arms. Almost wider than her chest!
no mention of mons meg?
it's still called carvel and is till used in wooden yauchts then the other main type is called clinker..
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what a fucking stupid documentary !!!!!!!!!!! AGAIN the HISTORIANS are paid of and no dutch SUPERIORITY to find in this fuckinggggggg english SETUP piece of crap !!!!!!!!! fuck you !!!!!!!!!!!! you were weak we shot you and the spanish and the fucking French to the next week anyyyyyyyyyyyyy fucking day of the weak WHY THE FUCKKKKKKKKK am I looking at some STUPID fucked up shit about the english !!!!!!!!!!! fuck you you racist fucking pricks go fuck yourselfs with your stupid weak english ships !!!!!!!!!!!! YOU ARE SO FUCKINGGGGGGGGGGGGGG LUCKY that Michiel de Ruyter SPARED YOU ……… you motherfuckers he spared you time and time and time again and when LONDEN was BURNIING he said : no leave them be they SUFFERED enough and we went home…………. while we had all the fucking means to CRUSH YOU !!!!!!!!! HUNDREDS OF chances we had to CRUSH YOU ……….. you fucking racist english pricks !!!!!!!!!! and look at how you treating us you MOTHERFUCKERS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you motherfucking PIECES OF SHIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
30:26 Learned about the blowing up of the ship Maine in Havana and Yankees going at war with Spain because of it. So the U.S. has used a probable false flag strike many times before, Pearl Harbor, 9/11
Mikasa is the oldest dreadnaut preserve not Texas
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So whom killed Nelson?
Brits used 18" guns during WW1
No Mention of the Longest Naval Gunnery Hit?
Your gona do something like this and not mention this? oh yea cos it wasn't a USN craft that did it
no mention of development of smokeless powder
Can't wait for the rail guns to be in most destroyers that can travel almost 220 miles and hit airborne targets with a mach 7 speed compare to the mk guns that can only travel 13 miles.
And gay butt sex. (but they probably left that out)
This show is called Tales of the Gun. It is from 1998.
A good documentary and thanks for posting.
The point about black powder limitations to shell acceleration were useful and well made.
We still can't give up the ships gun. Now it looks like the 5" rail gun is the next technological jump in navy gun technology. The USS Zumwalt destroyer will be the first ship to possibly have these guns.
The real tragedy of the USS Iowa explosion wasn't the explosion, it was the way the navy tried to railroad an innocent man
First the battleships and "battlecruiser" (I think soviet name for battleship? They only have 1 today, a nuclear battlecruiser, the only aircraft carrier was commisioned in (I think even December) 1990! Very short before Soviet Union collapsed and unlike Nimitz-Class (first put into service already before summer 1975) the soviet carrier has no nuclear propulsion! It has 4 engines and so there are 4 x 50,000 hp! It is very expensive, even at cruising speed fuel demand of all 4 engines is not soo low, in case they need full power the fuel use is more than 3-times as high or so…
China bought the second carrier started production in late 80's. They completed it, did some overhaul, but they did not convert it to a nuclear ship, I think this is extreme expensive and if a ship is planned and build for oil propulsion, than not only the 2 reactors (there are always 2 strong reactors, producing many thousand horsepower each for electricity, for all the ships modern computer guided systems, for computer (of course usual military blockade of some things and soldier are not allowed to say where they are, same like at the hundreds of land bases around the world, the desalination of sea water is the 2nd or even the largest electricity user, but it makes the ship really able to be extreme long on sea if you have enough canned food, this is the only real limit, if there would be place on such ships with more than 5,000 persons (sometimes with pilots even over 7,000 or 8,000?) it could be on sea high speed for years…
US Air Force, I only heard the TV at my work, a docu was running (I would say 2015?) and they showed the predator size! I knew its large and its form looks a bit like a cockpit without windows, but well I guess it is a giant fuel tank, electronics could be anywhere, the size is really heavy, but even mini drones/UAV's, often early models, they are still in service, if not worth for real operation, they can be used for training of the real flight control (no wonder they use very young people for this, only the officers are a bit older and were pilots once, while the kids there often did not have even 1 minute of flight experience… but they are used to gaming consoler, desktop pc's/notebooks etc…
Already over 10,000 drones were in service in the US Military, number and size rising… predator is so large and because no space for pilot is needed, and also no need for air inside the drone, it can fly 36 hours at best… in 10 years we will have maybe even jet drones? Now turboprop is used, because it is much more efficient, thats why large transport aircraft are in almost every case still a propeller turboprop… it will take a time but US Pilots future is not sooo good……
small drones with only 1 gun shot and very small size (and range), middle-range and the large "giants" like the Predator… I think a "larger small size" drone with at least a few shots from a gun like a machine gun and with a camera and a CPU for different views (heat, night camera and so on) will be produced in large numbers.
I think wars starting from around ~2040 will be very different as the last conventional conflicts we know…
The USS North Carolina is the best preserved?? Sorry i think the Iowa's are better preserved