Hi Duncan,Dunmunro wrote: "PoW's radar system were OOS, she lost one 14in gun permanently, and all her secondary FC systems were OOS before Leach turned at ~0602. She then lost Y turret for 4 hours"
Bismarck lost her fore radar too.
PoW did NOT loose any gun permanently. Which gun ? I have provided to you this info already....
Only one (out of four) secondary HALA directors was put definitely out of action. We are speaking of the re-engagement, not of the disengagement....again mixing everything just to create....a mess.
Y turret was back in action after 10 am. Plenty of time to re-engage.....
No, chopping things allows to discuss, while your only purpose is (sadly) trolling and denying, creating a mixed "fruit salad".....Wadinga wrote: "Also chopping things up enables the charge of "off topic" to be raised every time an inconvenient piece of evidence is presented."
as you refer to the second engagement, despite these problems, PoW achieved in this occasion the same output efficiency as Bismarck did during the Denmark Strait battle, 85%you wrote: "Gun A1 stopped after fifth salvo, gun A3 stopped after 11th salvo. So while all guns may have been nominally "available", their chronic unreliability in the first engagement would be the same in subsequent useage"
Source: PoW Gunnery Narrative of Events.
Here you are absolutely right.you wrote to Paul Mercer: "The search tools will enable you to find previous times topics have been covered.
And it will be very funny to see how many times recently you have written wrong info, nonsense or, worse, intentionally false statements .....