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Battleship Virginia

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    Country

    U.S.

    type

    Battleship

    General characteristics

    Length (m):

    134,5

    Width (m):

    22,3

    Displacement (tons):

    16100

    Speed (knots):

    19

    Draft (m):

    7,2

    Crew:

    812

    Vooruzhenie

    guns:

    4 305 mm
    8 203 mm
    12 152 mm
    12 76 mm

    torpedo tubes:

    4 533 mm

    ironclad Virginia

    flush-armadillos original chart placing artillery - bunk towers in the extremities. These settings, previously used for Kearsarge, significantly improved, but appeared on American ships in the last time. Inconvenience and risk management of the decommissioning of four guns one hit outweighed the temptation to theoretically have a very powerful fire of 4305 mm, 6203 mm and 6152 mm guns on board. The main feature of the series "Virginia" became a flush housing, and "stuffing" was characterized by abundant use of electricity.

    ironclad Virginia

    In 1909 - 1910 years. all equipped with latticed masts and new rangefinders.

    All

    excluded from the lists in accordance with the Treaty of five powers.

    VV.13 Virdzhiniya1906/1923

    ironclad Virginia

    "VA" is used as a target.

    VV.15 Dzhordzhiya1906/1923

    ironclad Virginia

    VV.16 Nyu-Dzhersi1906/1923

    "New Jersey" is used as a target.

    VV.17 Rhode Aylend1906/1924

    ironclad Virginia

    VV.14 Nebraska1907/1923





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