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9 minutes ago, Snargfargle said:

How does a Massachusetts sink 15 ships by aviation?

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Simple. The MASS ASW is air based. Knowing how Subs like to get up close and personal with a fatso... Im guessing it got to close and got sunk by ASW planes.

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5 minutes ago, Navalpride33 said:

Simple. The MASS ASW is air based. Knowing how Subs like to get up close and personal with a fatso... Im guessing it got to close and got sunk by ASW planes.

OK, thanks! Usually I sink subs with secondaries, as most stay well out of the Massachusetts' 5km airstrike range, but I do call in air strikes anytime I can, sometimes at random just to see if I can hit something that's lurking about. I guess I thought that they would be recorded as sinking by depth bombs or some such.

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24 minutes ago, Aethervox said:

Divisioning much with the Massachusetts? 

I don't think that I've been in a division. I tried to join one recently to complete a mission but with no success. My clan is just an oil clan with an absent commander who hasn't played the game in years. Only about three of us are actively playing right now but come spring I'll have too much work to do outside to do much gaming myself so it suits me.

 

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22 minutes ago, Snargfargle said:

I guess it's either depth charges or aviation but not both.

And the ones that have both (like the Dutch cruisers) don’t have torps. 

Everything’s missing at least one — Halford and Tromp don’t have a secondary gun, Tone doesn’t have depth charges, the Dutch cruisers don’t have torps….

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