Royal Navy: HMS TOG II Group ChatTOG II
Posted Apr 04 2014 - 04:14
Posted Apr 05 2014 - 01:44
The Lend Lease program is a well documented policy during World War II. However after Pearl Harbor the US surface fleet in the Pacific was weakened. Has gesture of good faith the Royal Navy turned over several of their prized TOG IIs to the US Navy. Thus the HMS Brighton was renamed the USS Kickapoo.
Real life history of the ship:
USS Kickapoo was a double-turreted Milwaukee-class river monitor, the lead ship of her class, built for the Union Navy during the American Civil War. The ship supported Union forces during the Mobile Campaign as they attacked Confederate fortifications defending the city of Mobile, Alabama in early 1865. She was placed in reserve after the end of the war and sold in 1874.
Edited by Political_Malcontent, Apr 05 2014 - 02:57.
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Posted Apr 13 2014 - 20:12
I would have bought a TOG 2*, but I think it's ship has sailed....
Posted May 07 2014 - 02:53
Posted May 30 2014 - 01:10
Hms Tog of War standing by.......
Cry Havoc and let slip the Togs of war!
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HMS Archer Porkins standing by
Posted Jul 18 2014 - 20:03
Posted Jul 21 2014 - 00:39
hi to all tog lovers
which equipment do you use on your tog? im using gun rammer, ventilation and gun laying drive at the moment. are there any better options?
another question: whats the best way of playing the tog? is it better to play it as a sniper or a frontline tank? im playing it as a sniper but i feel that i cant deal enough damage...
do you use any inscriptions on your tog? i have 'iron fist' and 'jumbo' :D
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