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Weaver:

--- Quote from: tigercat on February 01, 2020, 10:21:57 am ---Lots of Naval brigades out there  in history  too although mostly Poor Bloody Infantry so I guess options are limited to fiddly figure painting


Ah but of course the Navy had armoured cars  and also in some countries coastal  artillery

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USMC and Russian Marines have tanks and several other marine forces have light armour. Many of them also use amphibious vehicles, with varying degrees of armour and weapons.

Old Wombat:
Our aim here is the leave the GB as open as possible, within the "In the Navy" framework, to allow entrants the ability to build ships, boats, watercraft, aircraft, vehicles, etc., both combatant & non-combatant, to suit their preference & ideas.

zenrat:
Indeed
Want to build a police car for the GB?  Then simply claim it's a Marine Provost dockyard patrol car and change the badges and lettering.
Want to build a British 4 engined heavy?  Then claim the RN FAA had a strategic bombing role in the 38-46 war.
Maybe the Australian marines armoured corps carried out an amphibious assault (in snorkel equipped Mk IVs) on the beaches of the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915?

I would particularly like to encourage anyone thinking about naval armoured trains to do more than just think and put pencil to paper or knife to plastic or finger to mouse and get creating.

Basically anything goes as long as you connect it to a navy.

tigercat:
Hopefully  it will inspire people  and we won't  just get lots of aircraft.

The Royal Navy Armoured Tram battalion was a thing right ?

Weaver:

--- Quote from: zenrat on February 02, 2020, 02:29:10 am ---Want to build a British 4 engined heavy?  Then claim the RN FAA had a strategic bombing role in the 38-46 war.

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Or just give the LRMPA role to the FAA instead of the light blues.



--- Quote ---I would particularly like to encourage anyone thinking about naval armoured trains to do more than just think and put pencil to paper or knife to plastic or finger to mouse and get creating.
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As long as you don't get mixed up and put knife to finger it'll be fine.

Also, don't put knife to mouse or the RSPCA will want a word.

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