The Danish Fleet commenced practice maneuvers over the North Sea earlier this week. A photograph caught one squad of ships as they left port. Fleet command has since commented that the practice maneuvers went off with no major mishappenings. The maneuvers were ended a day early due to bad weather conditions. Belgian and Luxembourg ships did not participate due to increased activity along their borders. Fleet command commented that they are ready to respond in aid of our allies at a moments notice.
Friday, May 2, 2008
Here is the Full Danish fleet consisting of two battle ships, three crusers, three destroyres, and four frigates. The nefs were constrocted out of stacked layers of plastic card and the digs were made from spare bombs and drob tanks off of an old airplane model.
Here are the Danish defensive forces. A flying fortress a flying gun battery and a seaplane scout carried aboard the fortress. the fort was constructed from spare GW bases and CD's, and the battery was also countructed from a pair of spare GW bases. The plane was made of plastic card and toothpicks.
I realized that most of my fleet photos were outdated and missing ships, so I decided to up date the collection. Here is the full Luxembourg fleet, it was constructed from Furniture dowels. This fleet consists of three destroyers, three Frigates, and three bombersHumm... Still a bit small, I may need to add to it.