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The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Cowpens (CG fires Standard Missiles (SM) 2 missiles at an airborne drone during a live-fire weapons shoot in the Pacific Ocean in this handout photo taken September 2012

1066 - Battle of Hastings 1415 - Battle of Agincourt 1485 - Battle of Bosworth Field 1588 - 1645 - Battle of Nasby  - Tilbury - 1709 - Battle of Malplaquet 1916 - Battle of the Somme 1982 - Falklands War 2014 - Afghanistan, Helmand Province  History of war uniforms in one image.

Pretty cool quick visual reference: History of war uniforms in one image, - also look at the weapons- 500 yrs to develop a gun & then they just become more powerful with each passing century.

There's a lot of great detail ideas that can be used on 40k models.

There's a lot of great detail ideas that can be used on models.

It is time once again for our infamous morning cup of random. Grab your coffee and start your day with some craziness from around the world.

USS Buck (destroyer,) battleship Wisconsin and heavy cruiser Saint Paul off Korea 22 February 1952.

US Navy destroyer Buck, battleship Wisconsin, and heavy cruiser Saint Paul off Korea, 22 Feb 1952 Source United States National Archives

Missile size chart

My missile size chart - Anti-radiation Missiles Part One NB: Anti-radiation missiles are designed to lock on to enemy radar transmitters and knock them . Missile Chart Anti-radiation One

This is a picture of a Trident C4 missile being launched from the USS Stonewall Jackson SSBN 634 in January 1988, off Cape Canaveral.

This is a picture of a Trident missile being launched from the USS Stonewall Jackson SSBN 634 in January off Cape Canaveral.

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USS Alaska

USS Alaska is a United States Navy Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine

HMS Duke of York was one of Britain's five 14 in King George V class battleships, designed in the 1930s to 35000 ton Washington Treaty tonnage limits.  She was flagship of the force that sank German battleship Scharnhorst on Boxing Day 1943 in a purely surface action, with no air involvement.  Of the class only Prince of Wales (sunk by Japanese aircraft in December 1941) did not survive WW2.

HMS Duke of York - King George V-class battleship - I think that she was one of 3 battleships we saw in Devonport Dockyard in 1957 when on a boat trip around Plymouth. The others were HMS Howe & 1 other.

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