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Revision as of 16:03, 20 November 2020

Italian Fleet
P 420 Sparviero Pack
USS North Dakota (BB-29)
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USS North Dakota (BB-29)
AB RB SB
6.0 6.0 6.0
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Description

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The Delaware-class, USS North Dakota (BB-29), 1919 is a rank V American battleship with a battle rating of 6.0 (AB/RB/SB). It was introduced in Update "New Power".

General info

Survivability and armour

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Mobility

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Mobility Characteristics
Game Mode Upgrade Status Maximum Speed (km/h) Turn Time (s) Turn Radius (m)
Forward Reverse
AB Stock ___ ___
Upgraded 46 21
RB/SB Stock ___ ___
Upgraded 40 18

Armament

Primary armament

  • 5 x 12-inch/45 Mk.5 cannons

The 12-inch/45 Mk.5 only comes with AP.

Secondary armament

  • 14 x 5-inch/45 Mk.5 cannons (7 per side). Comes with Common shells stock and an APC round as a tier I modification.

Anti-aircraft armament

  • 2 x 3-inch/50 Mk.10 cannons (1 per side)

Torpedo armament

  • 2 x 533 mm Bliss Leavitt Mk.1 Launchers with 6 torpedoes each.

Usage in battles

Your main goal as a battleship (dreadnaught) in Realistic battles that also include "Naval EC" is to fight and control the battlefield with your high-calibre shells, mainly targeting heavy cruisers and battleships, due to lacking any high-explosive shells. It is not advisable to shoot at light cruisers due to your high penetration armour-piercing shells (487 mm at 1 km). Though you still can shoot at them, however, your effectiveness will go down when compared to shooting at heavy cruisers and battleships. These rounds will still do major damage to the interior of the ship. Stay near allies that can be helpful with taking down enemies larger than heavy cruisers. It is recommended not to be part of the main force to push onto the battlefield, your ship is slower compared to the other ships that you will be fighting, and if a fight goes sour you can easily be overrun and defeated by the enemy due to focus firing while trying to retreat to a more advantageous position.

Stay near friendly ships that can support in the anti-air area, this battleship has very poor anti-air defence capabilities and what little anti-aircraft it does receive are 2 x 3-inch guns. A list of ships to stay near during battles, these ships can support you with a volume of different but strong anti-aircraft support. There are other ships that can support your ship but with the size and speed of this ship, the ships you need to stay by either need, long-range anti-aircraft, or mass of shells anti-aircraft. A good list is below:

  • USS Sumner (DD-692)
  • USS Phelps (DD-360)
  • USS Cleveland (CL-55)
  • USS Helena (CL-50)
  • USS Northampton (CA-26)
  • USS New Orleans (CA-32)
  • Type 1936A (Mob)
  • Leipzig
  • Nürnberg
  • Prinz Eugen
  • Admiral Hipper
  • Admiral Graf Spee
  • HMS Arethusa
  • HMS Hawkins (D86)
  • HMNZS Leander
  • HMS York (90)
  • HMS London (69)
  • IJN Tone
  • IJN Suzuya
  • IJN Mogami
  • IJN Mikuma

Modules

Tier Seakeeping Unsinkability Firepower
I Dry-Docking Tool Set Anti-Air Armament Targeting 5-Inch APC
II Rudder Replacement Fire Protection System Smokescreen Auxiliary Armament Targeting
III Propeller Replacement Shrapnel Protection Ventilation Primary Armament Targeting Improved Rangefinder
IV Engine Maintenance New Pumps Ammo Wetting

Pros and cons

Pros:

  • Large calibre shells
  • Can take quite a bit of damage

Cons:

  • Slow
  • Lack of anti-aircraft support
  • Long reloads
  • Lack of high-explosive rounds for the main cannons

History

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Media

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See also

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  • reference to the series of the ship;
  • links to approximate analogues of other nations and research trees.

External links


USA battleships
USS North Dakota (BB-29)