F***; sinking sucks! Not me; but my daughters ship went down. She's been playing since she was 12 (now over 29) and this is the first time she has gone down. In the strangest set of circumstances, she was sent to the bottom, but it was not her fault. Good news for her is, dad gets to do the clean up. Ok; lets not dwell on the negative, so what about the good. My Daughters HMwMS Stockholm prior to sinking. We had a lot of ships show and we trashed each other all day long. No: we didn't have 54 factious member names on a sheet of paper; but we did have 12 captains show up with combat ships (not a convoy ship in the bunch) ready to do each other in. We were expecting 15, but what did show was great. Ok; you need to see this. One of our most senior combat captains had this "ram" damage hole put in his USS Gearing, and he didn't go down!!! Everyone had a great time and it could not have gone any smoother. WAIT; it could have. My radio crapped out first sortie, so I got to sit out most of the sorties. So I took pictures and was timekeeper, and kept the event rolling along, but I didn't get to play. Axis beware, the USS Mauryshall return (when the radio's working)! Upper left: DKM Campbelltown attacking the USS Edsall. Center right: HMNiMS Issac Swears (new Dutch ship for 2016) and DKM B-109 passing each other. Lower front: FN Le Hardi and HMwMS Stockholm. USS Gearing, being pursued by the RM Alpino (both new ships for 2016) Picture of the DKM ZH-2 (David K) and DKM Z-1 (John K.) , which are both new ships for 2016. So when was the last time you saw a polish ship in combat? David Webb's ORP Grom (second year ship). My "hanger queen" USS Maury (another new ship for 2016). Remember the crapped out radio! Did I say we had a lot of fun today!