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Fish In The Water 08-24-11 04:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ijnfleetadmiral (Post 1734425)
My fiancee wants to see the Museum of Science & Industry someday. She mentioned going there on our honeymoon. I was all for that...getting to see U-505 would be SWEET!

I hope you get the chance, and if you do, we need pictures! :D :DL

VONHARRIS 08-24-11 11:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Miltiades (Post 1735364)
Hopefully it makes more sense this time...
What were those doing in british waters?

In GWX you can run into a hospital ship almost everywhere.
One question: Wasn't she lit up? And if yes , why on earth did you shoot at her?

Miltiades 08-25-11 07:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VONHARRIS (Post 1735848)
In GWX you can run into a hospital ship almost everywhere.
One question: Wasn't she lit up? And if yes , why on earth did you shoot at her?

Worst visibility ever, only saw her bow, when the torpedoes were 10 secs before impact, I saw the lights on the flag :damn:

Every convoy attack or decent target is ruined by visibility.
The only time I had a good attack was on the Illustrious, but that campaign crashed so...

And I always want to start in 39' since I feel anything later than will make me miss a big part of the war somehow.

VONHARRIS 08-25-11 10:56 AM

U-505 IXC
 
Patrol 19 - still alive in November 1943
06 September 1943
14:18 hours Departed from Lorient
Orders : Patrol grid EJ99

12 September 1943
Grid CG78 - convoy attack
14:32 hours SS Dumra (Passenger/Cargo), 2245 tons. Cargo: Passengers. Crew: 194. Crew lost: 87

05 October 1943
Grid EO31
13:05 hours SS Sea Owl (Large Cargo), 8449 tons. Cargo: Mail/Packages. Crew: 43. Crew lost: 21

06 October 1943
Grid EO13 Convoy attack
21:16 hours SS Paderewski (Turbine Tanker), 10761 tons. Cargo: Crude oil. Crew: 54. Crew lost: 9

08 October 1943
Grid ED95
16:18 hours SS Beaverhead (Nipiwan Park-type Tanker), 2476 tons. Cargo: Aviation Fuel. Crew: 17. Crew lost: 16

25 October 1943
Grid DH73
02:11 hours HMS Southampton (Southampton class), 10725 tons. Crew: 965. Crew lost: 57

03 November 1943
Returned to Lorient
59 days at sea
5 ships sunk
34656 tons
No damages or casualties


VONHARRIS 08-25-11 11:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Miltiades (Post 1735998)
And I always want to start in 39' since I feel anything later than will make me miss a big part of the war somehow.

I agree on that. I do the same thing.
Gut Jadg Herr Kaleun.

Miltiades 08-25-11 11:08 AM

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Originally Posted by VONHARRIS (Post 1736157)
I agree on that. I do the same thing.
Gut Jadg Herr Kaleun.

Would say the same thing, but your already doing fine :D

We begin again.
http://img853.imageshack.us/img853/7228/94639409.jpg

gazpode_l 08-25-11 03:34 PM

re: R Hessler & U-111
 
Hi Guys
Sorry not posted in a while.. I'm afraid R/L commitments have got the better of me at present and I've simply not had time to sit and play SH3, nor any other games :cry:

Hopefully, Me and Hessler (my in game character/skipper) will return soon.

For now.
Best wishes
Gazpode
(R Hessler)

Fish In The Water 08-25-11 03:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gazpode_l (Post 1736348)
Hopefully, Me and Hessler (my in game character/skipper) will return soon.

Thanks for checking in. Hopefully RL will calm down soon so you can get back to the Atlantic! See you soon and cheers! :salute:

VONHARRIS 08-25-11 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Miltiades (Post 1736159)
Would say the same thing, but your already doing fine :D

We begin again.

Best of luck.
Why don't you use SH3 commander?
It is a stand alone programm that let's you modify many things on SH3 plus you can get reports like this:
http://img847.imageshack.us/img847/1...rolreport4.jpg

You can find it at the download section of Subsim.
http://www.subsim.com/radioroom/down...o=file&id=2923

Get this as well for the ship names:

http://www.subsim.com/radioroom/down...o=file&id=3124

Don't forget to download the additional files that will make it fully
compatible with GWX.

Gut Jadg!

Miltiades 08-26-11 07:49 AM

Doesn't work, I don't know why, had some help from this forum but it didn't do the trick.

I tried all available options, different location, compatibility and administrator rights.

VONHARRIS 08-26-11 09:41 AM

U-505 IXC
 
Patrol 20
04 December 1943
10:23 hours Departed from Lorient for grid EJ69

07 December 1943
Grid CG27
21:25 hours SS Aegir (Coastal Freighter), 1869 tons. Cargo: Timber. Crew: 25. Crew lost: 11

26 December 1943
Grid EK79
18:23 hours SS Hampton (Large Cargo), 8576 tons. Cargo: General Cargo. Crew: 48. Crew lost: 19
18:53 hours SS City of Worcester (Medium Merchant 06), 5173 tons. Cargo: Trucks. Crew: 38. Crew lost: 26

27 December 1943
Grid EK47
22:17 hours SS Arkenside (Small Merchant), 2397 tons. Cargo: Paper Products. Crew: 29. Crew lost: 23
22:18 hours MV Inverdargle (Large Tanker), 9677 tons. Cargo: Aviation Fuel. Crew: 37. Crew lost: 30
22:22 hours HMS Black Swan (Black Swan class), 1250 tons. Crew: 197. Crew lost: 139 victim to a TIV Falke homing torpedo

19 January 1944
14:11 hours Returned to Lorient
6 ships sunk
28942 tons
No external torpedoes used because of awful weather and enemy planes
No casualties
Hull intergrity : 85% due to aircraft attack.

Randomizer 08-26-11 03:19 PM

All current careers lost, had to re-install SH3 from scratch due to some technical problems occurring between chair and keyboard. New careers to follow. Oh well.

Fish In The Water 08-26-11 06:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Randomizer (Post 1736911)
All current careers lost, had to re-install SH3 from scratch due to some technical problems occurring between chair and keyboard.

I think we've all felt the indignity of those... Take heart in the fact you're far from alone! :sunny:

VONHARRIS 08-27-11 12:02 PM

U-505 IXC
 
Patrol 21
19 February 1944
01:12 hours Departed from Lorient to grid EE71
U-505 carried two of the brand new TV Zaukonig homig torpedoes

24 February 1944
Grid CF37 Convoy attack
19:05 hours HMCS Magog (River class), 1250 tons. Crew: 154. Crew lost: 26 sunk by a TV torpedo
19:58 hours SS Aeneas (Heavy Merchant 01), 9094 tons. Cargo: Steel. Crew: 47. Crew lost: 42
19:58 hours SS Glenlochy (Heavy Merchant 01), 9092 tons. Cargo: Coal. Crew: 55. Crew lost: 32

18 March 1944
Grid ED94 - convoy attack
04:24 hours SS Seton Hall Victory (Victory Cargo), 10974 tons. Cargo: Military Vehicles. Crew: 54. Crew lost: 8

15:47 hours SS Onondaga (Turbine Tanker), 10762 tons. Cargo: Aviation fuel. Crew: 59. Crew lost: 18

11 April 1944
Grid BF41
07:04 hours HMS Goathland (Hunt III class), 1300 tons. Crew: 156. Crew lost: 18

13 April 1944
Grid BE36 - convoy attack - detected
12:25 hours HNMS Campbeltown (Town class), 1190 tons. Crew: 154. Crew lost: 135 sunk by TV homing torpedo.

16 April 1944
11:12 hours Returned to Lorient
58 days at sea
7 ships sunk
43662 tons
No casualties or damages thanks to the radar warning system

Miltiades 08-29-11 01:18 PM

Take that Bismarck.
Make it 2 brunettes and a month long vacation, BdU.

http://img809.imageshack.us/img809/7061/naamloostr.jpg

VONHARRIS 08-29-11 01:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Miltiades (Post 1738962)
Take that Bismarck.
Make it 2 brunettes and a month long vacation, BdU.

03 January 1940
A bad day for the RN
A day of triumph for the Fatherland!

A job well done!:salute:

Miltiades 08-29-11 02:09 PM

Afgaristo :salute:

1 thing I learned from this... Persistence.
If you think you can't intercept it, try it anyway.

Fish In The Water 08-29-11 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Miltiades (Post 1738962)
Take that Bismarck.
Make it 2 brunettes and a month long vacation, BdU.

Well done indeed! :salute:

Miltiades 08-29-11 05:07 PM

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Originally Posted by Fish In The Water (Post 1739097)
Well done indeed! :salute:

Weird that in the patrol after, the escaping from the destroyers was much more fun than sinking the Hood.:shifty:

Randomizer 08-29-11 06:33 PM

Good work.
Quote:

Weird that in the patrol after, the escaping from the destroyers was much more fun than sinking the Hood
Successful evasions should always be satisfying.


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