This is the Wessby-class corvette. It is one of the first operational stealth ship int he world, powered with silent waterjets and made with non-magnetic composite materials. The corvettes are electronically undetectable at more than 8 miles in rough seas and at more than 12 miles in calm seas.
Their mission will be to quickly patrol their territorial waters while hunting for enemy submarines and other ships. It can use its 76mm gun or one of the 20 anti-ship missiles. It also carries a helicopter for reconassiance.
The corvettes are designed to travel at more than 35 knots. To ensure stability on rough seas it has a trimaran body.
The Lok-class is class of amphibious assault ships operated by the Tongorian Navy. These ships can carry a big variety of air and sea vehicles depending on their mission. It can even launch fighter jets, the F-65 Dagger for example.
It can launch amphibious landing crafts or LCUs from its rear
The last one is the Fortune-class submarine. Its armament consists of 4× 21 in (533 mm) torpedo tubes with 38 torpedos, Tomahawk land attack missile, Harpoon ant-ship missile. It has 12 vertical launch tubes.
The top speed of the submarines of the Fortune class is over 25 knots , although the actual maximum is classified.
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I would ask for instructions too, but I think I got how Matthew made the submarine. In fact, I even going to give it (Making a microscale submarine) a go. Either way, these are excellent, Matthew you did a good job as always. Again, these are excellent.
Very nice work on this navy pack. The corvette's cammo scheme is excellent, and so is the build. It reminds me of the Independence class littoral combat ship quite a bit. The amount of detail you put into the assualt ship is astounding, and is't basically a highly advanced, yet compact design. I'm impressed to say the least. The subs great as well, although it's wings seem a little large.