Just a quick note here. We’ve started and organized the site’s content and basically consolidated them into two pages. While these aren’t everything we’ve done, it should be a good part to get started if you’re interested in digging a bit deeper.
The lore page is organized by content category. The timeline page arranges events by chronology. They’re also added to the drop-down menus for easy access.
As I mentioned before, we get pretty busy around this time of the year. Still, we’re just moving things along, so thank you for dropping by. 🙂
You’ve probably looked through his files wondering if there’s more to it. Well, Mike’s pretty low key. He’s someone that goes above and beyond on any job that’s assigned. Really not the type to be talking about his own accomplishments.
(I like this particular thing because it makes me look cute, okay! I’ll probably use it as the page-image for all non-specific-submarine sub corner pages. You know, the ones where I talk about things relating to submarines, but not necessarily the submarine itself!)
Okay! It’s been a while since we’ve had one of these. This is because a lot of the questions I’ve gotten are sort of hard to answer simply.
My history textbook mentioned the submarine today! It said that one of the most important things submarines did during both World Wars is that they were able to cut off the economies of the Axis powers by creating naval blockades.
I’m not sure I get this. After all, in the very same page, not every German or Japanese ship was sunk by the submarine force. So, could you please explain a little about how this stuff works, then?