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It is not a ship. It is a Fortress of Power. BWUHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

 

Read somewhere it's no longer on the list of commissioned ships in the Philippine Navy. But neither has it been officially decomissioned.

 

So it's actually a large, rusty, static clerical error? :)

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THE GLORIOUS LANDING SHIP TANK THAT IS THE BRP SIERRA MADRE PROUDLY FLIES THE PHILIPPINE FLAG AT AYUNGIN SHOAL WHERE HER IMPOSING RUSTY PROFILE SILHOUETTED AGAINST THE SETTING SUN HAS SINGLEHANDEDLY HELD OFF THE GODLESS COMMUNIST CHINESE NAVAL HORDES AT BAY WITH HER FIFTY-CAL MACHINEGUNS AND RUSTY STEEL SHARDS!!!1!!!!1!11!

 

 

:lol:

Surely a little ships husbandry, a little chipping and painting wouldn't go astray?

I mean it's not like the skeleton crew are overwhelmed with taskings.

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THE GLORIOUS LANDING SHIP TANK THAT IS THE BRP SIERRA MADRE PROUDLY FLIES THE PHILIPPINE FLAG AT AYUNGIN SHOAL WHERE HER IMPOSING RUSTY PROFILE SILHOUETTED AGAINST THE SETTING SUN HAS SINGLEHANDEDLY HELD OFF THE GODLESS COMMUNIST CHINESE NAVAL HORDES AT BAY WITH HER FIFTY-CAL MACHINEGUNS AND RUSTY STEEL SHARDS!!!1!!!!1!11!

 

 

:lol:

 

reminiscent of;

 

 

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THE GLORIOUS LANDING SHIP TANK THAT IS THE BRP SIERRA MADRE PROUDLY FLIES THE PHILIPPINE FLAG AT AYUNGIN SHOAL WHERE HER IMPOSING RUSTY PROFILE SILHOUETTED AGAINST THE SETTING SUN HAS SINGLEHANDEDLY HELD OFF THE GODLESS COMMUNIST CHINESE NAVAL HORDES AT BAY WITH HER FIFTY-CAL MACHINEGUNS AND RUSTY STEEL SHARDS!!!1!!!!1!11!

 

 

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reminiscent of;

 

 

 

 

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Amphitrite-class monitor--essentially coastal defence ship crossing the Pacific :o

 

All sorts of big, strange ships and barges have crossed oceans. Nowadays, with weather radar and satellite feeds, no big deal; track the course of bad weather, steer around it. Back then, with no more information than a barometer and sporadic radio reports, it was rolling the dice on the lives of the whole crew.

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Amphitrite-class monitor--essentially coastal defence ship crossing the Pacific :o

 

All sorts of big, strange ships and barges have crossed oceans. Nowadays, with weather radar and satellite feeds, no big deal; track the course of bad weather, steer around it. Back then, with no more information than a barometer and sporadic radio reports, it was rolling the dice on the lives of the whole crew.

 

Monitor comes to mind. Suddenly, I remembered the Kon-Tiki, where the crew essentially gave up being dry for the duration, but without the excellent ventilation.

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