Post Profile






Here's Who Would Win Between the Navy’s Last Battleship and Russia's Battlecruiser

Kyle Mizokami Security, Let the deathmatch begin.  In 1988 the USS Iowa loses, limping away to fight another day. Still, that’s not all exactly bad news for the Americans: Kirov was forced to expend its missiles against a battleship that didn’t sink, and wasn’t able to fulfill its primary mission of sinking aircraft carriers or savaging NATO’s Atlantic convoys. Kirov returns to her home port to rearm, but thanks to the carriers that were saved, there may not be a port to go home to.
read more

share

Related Posts


Russia's Super Battlecruiser Kirov vs. America's Stealth Destroyer Zumwalt: Who Wins?

News / International Affairs : The National Interest Blogs

Kyle Mizokami Security, The ultimate battle for the world's oceans.  In a battle between the two ships, which would prevail? Let’s assume place the two ships on the high seas at the maximum range of either side’s antiship weapons: 3...

Water War: Russia's Battlecruiser Kirov vs. America's Stealthy Zumwalt (Who Wins?)

News / International Affairs : The National Interest Blogs

Kyle Mizokami Security, Ocean showdown.  In a battle between the two ships, which would prevail? Let’s assume place the two ships on the high seas at the maximum range of either side’s antiship weapons: 300 miles, the range of Kirov...

Russia's Battlecruiser vs. America's Lethal Iowa-Class Battleship: Who Wins?

News / International Affairs : The National Interest Blogs

Kyle Mizokami Security, It’s 1988. World War Three has begun. The purpose of the battlecruisers was to attack, and they were well suited for the task. Each carried twenty enormous P-700 Granit antiship missiles. Each, a Granit missi...

Here's Who Would Win Between the Navy’s Last Battleship and Russia's Battlecruiser

Humor / odd : The Sideshow

In 1988 the USS Iowa loses, limping away to fight another day. Kirov returns to her home port to rearm, but thanks to the carriers that were saved, there may not be a port to go home to. A Soviet Kirov-class battlecruiser, attemptin...

Here's Who Would Win Between Nazi Germany's Bismarck and the Navy's Last Battleship

News / International Affairs : The National Interest Blogs

Kyle Mizokami Security, An epic battle.  The larger context of the battle—the U.S. Navy being forced to take on the German Navy—would have had serious repercussions for the Pacific theater. Germany was, after all, considered the pri...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC