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Re: Support Weapons

Postby Hänschen klein » Sun May 29, 2011 6:09 pm

Boshman wrote:Great stuff! :good:

In the Centre: The Crossroads, behind which the Forward command and communications bunker. Code Name: Caeser

On the Right flank: Poggio* Prefetto - Code Name: Widerstandsnest (WN) Anton

On the Left flank: Poggio* delle Travi - Code Name: Widerstandsnest (WN) Bruno

To the Rear will be the Divisional HQ - Code Name: Zepplin
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OK in the middle of a small project. Has anyone made up signs for the bunkers yet before I go ahead and sort some out???
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Re: Support Weapons

Postby Boshman » Sun May 29, 2011 9:17 pm

Hänschen klein wrote:
Boshman wrote:Great stuff! :good:

In the Centre: The Crossroads, behind which the Forward command and communications bunker. Code Name: Caeser

On the Right flank: Poggio* Prefetto - Code Name: Widerstandsnest (WN) Anton

On the Left flank: Poggio* delle Travi - Code Name: Widerstandsnest (WN) Bruno

To the Rear will be the Divisional HQ - Code Name: Zepplin
.


OK in the middle of a small project. Has anyone made up signs for the bunkers yet before I go ahead and sort some out???


Please feel free Gordon :good:

Although, be good if you spell them correctly unlike me! :whistle: :oops:

Having referrenced the plate on my original FF33 the period correct phonetics and spellings should be:

Anton

Bertha

Cäsar

Zeppelin

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Re: Support Weapons

Postby Steiner » Sun May 29, 2011 9:35 pm

I got my phonetic names from the turret names on a battleship - Anton, Bruno, Caesar, Dora. (As opposed to the British naming standard of A, B (possibly C) and rear turrets X and Y.
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