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 +One of the massively produced destroyers in the U.S. Navy featuring flush-deck design. The key difference from her preceding class was the significantly increased propulsion power, resulting in higher speeds and better maneuverability.<br><br>{{Model3DViewer|e2eb512c273044ddbb01a0a113032797}}
  
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 +At first glance, ''Wickes'' might appear a downgrade from ''[[Sampson]]'', particularly given her low health pool. While she is slightly more fragile than her predecessor, she makes up for it by retaining ''Sampson''’s handling characteristics while gaining about 5 knots worth of top speed.
  
?The Wickes takes a little getting used to. At first, its health is so lousy it's barely worth getting into combat. You gain some more durability with the B hull, at least. All the same, the Wickes is usually outperformed by the Wakatake in a torpedo knife-fight. An effective strategy is to weave side to side to keep up gun fire from all 4 turrets and launch both sides of torpedoes.+More importantly than that, ''Wickes'' moves up from ''Sampson''’s twin double-tube launchers on each side of the ship to twin triple-tube launchers. Combined with the better damage from her upgraded Torpedo module, it is a huge increase in firepower. ''Wickes'' is a tremendous threat to enemy capital ships she's allowed to close with; however, now she can simply wipe them out with a single well-aimed salvo of torpedoes as opposed to ''Sampson''’s steady "death by a thousand cuts" method. Her main battery is virtually unchanged from ''Sampson''; the guns are the same, and she retains the unusual gun placement that prevents her from getting more than three barrels on target at once.
?All in all, it's an okay ship when you get used to it, but can be a drag at first.+ 
?|Research=<!-- write text about priority sequence of research below -->+Overall, ''Wickes'' packs more firepower into a hull that is just as fragile as her predecessor, while continuing to encourage clever positioning and sneak attacks from behind cover in order to maximize damage from her deadly torpedo armament.
  
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?* Excellent maneuverability +* Excellent maneuverability.
?* Good gun traverse+* Quick turret traverse speed.
?* Able to drop waves of torpedoes from both sides+* Able to drop waves of torpedoes from both sides.
?* Good concealment+* Low detection range.
 + 
 |Cons=<!-- write list of negative points below. use * as in ordinary wiki-list. --> |Cons=<!-- write list of negative points below. use * as in ordinary wiki-list. -->
?* Gun reload is a little slow+* Gun reload is a on the slow side.
?* Like all DDs, basically no armor+* Virtually no armor (as is typical of destroyers).
?* Guns are arranged such that you can only point a maximum of 3 guns at any target+* Guns are arranged such that only 3 can be brought to bear on a target at a time.
?* Torpedoes are outranged by the IJN counterpart (Wakatake)+* Torpedoes are out-ranged by both German and Japanese counterparts (''[[G-101]]'' and ''[[Wakatake]]'', respectively).
?* Effectively no AA+* Anti-aircraft armament is non-existent.
?|Gallery=<!-- write below list of files without tags. description (if necessary) for each should be separated with template {{!}} --><gallery>+* Even less health than ''[[Sampson]]''.
 + 
 +|Research=<!-- write text about priority sequence of research below -->
 +Availability of researchable upgrades for ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' is as follows:
 +* '''Hull:''' Upgrade to Hull (B) for a few more hit points and slightly more AA. Research of this module unlocks progression to ''[[Clemson]]''.
 +* '''Torpedoes:''' Upgrading to the Bliss-Leavitt Mark 9's provides ''Wickes''’s torpedo armament with a major boost in damage and a little more range on her fish.
 +* '''Gun Fire Control System:''' Upgrade to Mk3 mod. 2 for an extra 10% range on the main battery.
 + 
 +In an odd twist for American destroyers, the best place to spend initial experience gains in ''Wickes'' is in the upgraded Torpedo module. Hull (B) provides a smidgeon more health and should be taken next. The Fire Control System module upgrade to boost her gun range can be saved for last.
 + 
 +|OptimalConfiguration=<!-- write some general text about selection of optimal configuration below (optional)-->
 + 
 +|Upgrades=<!-- write text about best upgrades below -->
 +The recommended upgrades for ''{{#var:ship_name}}'' are as follows:
 +* '''Slot 1''': {{Main Armaments Modification 1}}
 +* '''Slot 2''': {{Propulsion Modification 1}}
 + 
 +|CommanderSkills=<!-- write text about best set of Commander Skills below -->
 +Priority skills for any ''Wickes'' commander are Preventative Maintenance at Level 1, Last Stand at Level 2, Survivability Expert at Level 3, and Concealment Expert at Level 4.
 + 
 +{{Commander Skills
 +| Priority Target = 1
 +| Preventative Maintenance = 3
 +| Expert Loader = 1
 +| Air Supremacy =
 +| Direction Center for Fighters =
 +| Improved Engine Boost =
 +| Incoming Fire Alert =
 +| Last Gasp =
 + 
 +| High Alert = 2
 +| Jack of All Trades =
 +| Expert Marksman = 2
 +| Torpedo Acceleration =
 +| Smoke Screen Expert = 1
 +| Improved Engines =
 +| Adrenaline Rush = 2
 +| Last Stand = 3
 + 
 +| Basics of Survivability =
 +| Survivability Expert = 3
 +| Torpedo Armament Expertise = 1
 +| Aircraft Armor =
 +| Basic Firing Training = 2
 +| Superintendent = 1
 +| Demolition Expert = 2
 +| Vigilance = 1
 + 
 +| Manual Fire Control for Secondary Armament =
 +| Fire Prevention =
 +| Inertia Fuse for HE Shells = 1
 +| Sight Stabilization =
 +| Advanced Firing Training = 1
 +| Manual Fire Control for AA Armament =
 +| Radio Position Finding =
 +| Concealment Expert = 3
 +}}
  
?</gallery>|History=<!-- write text below --><br />+|Consumables=<!-- write text about selection of Consumables below -->
 +''{{#var:ship_name}}'' can equip the following consumables:
 +* '''Slot 1:''' {{Damage Control Party}}
 +* '''Slot 2:''' {{Smoke Generator}}
 +* '''Slot 3:''' {{Engine Boost}}
  
?== Design Specifications ==+The premium versions of {{Damage Control Party}} and {{Smoke Generator}} are recommended; the premium versions of {{Engine Boost}} is nice to have, but not necessary.
?1,107 tons standard displacement+
?=== Dimensions ===+
?95.8m in length<br />+
  
?9.4m beam<br />+|Camouflage=<!-- write text about useful camouflage below -->
 +[[Ship:Camouflage#Standard Camouflage|Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage]] can be equipped for credits; Types 1 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce detectibility range.
  
?2.8m mean draft+|Signals=<!-- write text about best set of signals below -->
?=== Machinery ===+
?4 boilers, 2 turbines<br />+
  
?24,200shp at 35knts+{{Signal Flags
?=== Range ===+| November Echo Setteseven =
?2,500nm at 20knts+| Mike Yankee Soxisix =
?=== Armament ===+| India X-Ray = 2
?Four 105mm rifles (4x1), one 76.2mm AA, various 20mm and 40mm AA from 1942-1944<br />+| Juliet Whiskey Unaone = 2
 +| Victor Lima = 2
 +| Hotel Yankee = 1
  
?Twelve (4x3) 533mm torpedo tubes+| November Foxtrot = 1
 +| Sierra Mike = 3
 +| India Delta =
 +| Juliet Yankee Bissotwo =
 +| India Yankee =
 +| Juliet Charlie = 2
  
?== History ==+| Zulu = 1
? The ''Wickes'' was a class of destroyers designed during World War I. As the successor to the ''Caldwell'' class, the primary improvements consisted of increased range and speed, resulting in a heavier ship with little increase in combat power. They were intended to operate in conjunction with the future ''Omaha'' class cruisers and ''Constellation'' class battlecruisers, forming the light component of the fast heavy units which the navy was expecting.<br />+| India Bravo Terrathree =
 +| Equal Speed Charlie London = 3
 +| Zulu Hotel = 1
 +| Papa Papa =
  
? Of the ''Wickes'' class destroyers, the majority were completed after the end of World War I and consequently saw little service outside peacetime environments. Many were laid up or stricken from service as the newer, more modern generation of destroyers began to enter service in the 1930s.<br />+| Wyvern =
 +| Red Dragon =
 +| Dragon Flag = 1
 +| Ouroboros =
 +| Hydra =
 +}}
  
? The entry of the United States into World War II saw the recommissioning of dozens of the ''Wickes'' class destroyers. Because of their age and obsolescence, conversion from fleet destroyer to more specialist roles became common.<br />+|Gallery=<!-- write below list of files without tags. description (if necessary) for each should be separated with | --><gallery>
  
?=== Conversions and Characteristics Thereof===+</gallery>
?==== ASW modifications (15 ships, DDs 118, 126, 130, 142, 144, 145, 147, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 158, 159, 160) ====+
?All four 105mm rifles landed, replaced by six (6x1) 76.2mm rifles<br />+
  
?Aft torpedo bank (2x3) removed, replaced by two of six (6x1) 76.2mm rifles<br />+|History=<!-- write text below -->
 +===Construction===
 +:Bath Iron Works, Bath, United States
 +:Laid down: 26 June 1917
 +:Launched: 25 June 1918
 +:Commissioned: 31 July 1918
  
?Extra depth charge equipment installed, including K-guns<br />+===Specifications===
 +:1,107 tons displacement, standard
 +:98.4m length
 +:9.4m beam
 +:2.8m draft
  
?==== APD, fast transport (12 ships, DDs 103, 113, 114, 115, 116, 125, 137, 147, 157, 160, 164) ====+====Machinery====
?Both torpedo banks (4x3) landed, mountings for four LCP (R) installed<br />+:4 boilers, 2 turbines
  
?Forward boiler removed<br />+====Performance====
 +:35 knots at 24,200 shaft horsepower
 +:2,500 nm at 20 knots
  
?==== DMS, destroyer minesweeper (9 ships, DDs 117, 119, 136, 141, 146, 161, 178, 179, 180) ====+====Armament====
?Stern rebuilt to accommodate minesweeping equipment<br />+=====Main=====
 +:Four (4x1) 102mm guns
 +=====Secondary=====
 +:One (1x1) 76.2mm gun
 +=====Torpedoes=====
 +:Twelve (4x3) 533mm torpedo tubes
  
?==== DM, destroyer minelayer (4 ships, DDs 121, 122, 123, 124) ====+===History===
?Both torpedo banks (4x3) landed, replaced with stowage for 80 mines<br />+====Design====
 +The ''Wickes'' was a class of destroyers designed during World War I. As the successor to the ''Caldwell'' class, the primary improvements consisted of increased range and speed, resulting in a heavier ship with little increase in combat power. They were intended to operate in conjunction with the future ''Omaha'' class cruisers and ''Constellation'' class battlecruisers, forming the light component of the fast heavy units which the navy was expecting.
  
 +Of the ''Wickes'' class destroyers, the majority were completed after the end of World War I and consequently saw little service outside peacetime environments. Many were laid up or stricken from service as the newer, more modern generation of destroyers began to enter service in the 1930s.
  
?Having served well beyond their usefulness, every remaining ''Wickes'' class destroyer was scrapped within two years of the war’s end.+The entry of the United States into World War II saw the recommissioning of dozens of the ''Wickes'' class destroyers. Because of their age and obsolescence, conversion from fleet destroyer to more specialist roles became common.
  
 +====Conversions and Characteristics Thereof====
 +===== ASW modifications (15 ships: DD-118, -126, -130, -142, -144, -145, -147, -152, -153, -154, -155, -157, -158, -159, and -160) =====
 +:All four 102mm rifles landed, replaced by six (6x1) 76.2mm rifle.
 +:Aft torpedo bank (2x3) landed, replaced by two of six (6x1) 76.2mm rifles.
 +:Extra depth charge equipment installed, including K-guns.
 +===== APD, fast transport (12 ships: DD-103, -113, -114, -115, -116, -125, -137, -147, -157, -160, and -164) =====
 +:Both torpedo banks (4x3) landed, mountings for four LCP(R) installed.
 +:Forward boiler removed.
 +===== DMS, destroyer minesweeper (9 ships: DD-117, -119, -136, -141, -146, -161, -178, -179, and -180) =====
 +:Stern rebuilt to accommodate minesweeping equipment.
 +===== DM, destroyer minelayer (4 ships: DD-121, -122, -123, and -124) =====
 +:Both torpedo banks (4x3) landed, replaced with stowage for 80 mines.
  
?|HistoricalGallery=<!-- write below list of files without tags. description (if necessary) for each should be separated with template {{!}} --><gallery>+|HistoricalGallery=<!-- write below list of files without tags. description (if necessary) for each should be separated with | --><gallery>
 +File:Bernadou.jpeg|USS ''Bernadou'' (DD-153) in Measure 2 camouflage. She has been stripped down (masts removed) and modified for close-in support of the Torch landings in North Africa.
 +File:Talbot.jpeg|USS ''Talbot'' (DD-114) as built, interwar paint scheme.
 +File:Wickes mothballed.jpeg|A view of "Red Lead Row" in San Francisco harbor, 1920s.
 +File:Biddle.jpeg|USS ''Biddle'' (DD-151). The removal of the aft mast, absence of aft funnel, and absence of aft torpedo bank indicates modification for ASW duties.
 +File:Dickerson.jpeg|USS ''Dickerson'' (DD-157) after APD conversion. Aft mast, forward funnels, and both torpedo banks have been removed. Davits installed and four LCP(R) loaded.
 +File:Dent.jpeg|USS ''Dent'' (DD-116) as built, in WWI dazzle camouflage pattern.
 +File:Breckenridge.jpeg|USS ''Breckenridge'' (DD-148). Her mainmast, aft funnel, and aft torpedo bank have been removed. Note the additional ASW armament, including K-guns. She retains her 102mm guns.
 +File:Roper.jpeg|An excellent colorized photo of USS ''Roper'' (DD-147). She is modified for ASW duties and possesses the 76.2mm gun arrangement.
 +File:Ward.jpeg|USS ''Ward'' (DD-139) afire after Kamikaze attack. She would later sink, three years to the day after initiating the opening engagement of the Pacific War against a Japanese midget submarine outside Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941.
 +File:Crane.jpeg|USS ''Crane'' (DD-109) as built, interwar photo.
 +File:Chew.jpeg|USS ''Chew'' (DD-106). An excellent photo exhibiting ASW conversion. Her aft mast, aft torpedo bank, and aft funnel have been removed. Her enhanced ASW armament, including K-guns, are clearly visible. She retains her 102mm armament.
 +File:Herbert.jpeg|USS ''Herbert'' (DD-160) as built. Note the awning framework which has been put up over the forward gun.
 +</gallery>
  
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Latest revision as of 09:38, 18 July 2019

Wickes
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Destroyer | U.S.A. | Tier III
Tech Tree Position
Sampson
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Clemson
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General
Research price2200 exp
Purchase price250,000 Credits
Hit Points8,100 
Main Battery
102 mm/50 Mk124 х 1 pcs.
Rate of Fire8.57 shots/min.
Reload Timesec.
Rotation Speed11.5 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time15.65 sec.
Firing Range8.37 km.
Maximum Dispersion84 m.
HE Shell102 mm HE/HC Mk15 
Maximum HE Shell Damage1,500 
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell%
Initial HE Shell Velocity884 m./s.
HE Shell Weight14.97 kg.
AP Shell102 mm AP/SC Mk16 
Maximum AP Shell Damage1,700 
Initial AP Shell Velocity884 m./s.
AP Shell Weight14.97 kg.
Torpedo Tubes
533 mm Triple4 х 3 pcs.
Rate of Fire1.88 shots/min.
Reload Time32 sec.
Rotation Speed25 deg./sec.
180 Degree Turn Time7.2 sec.
TorpedoBliss Leavitt Mk3 
Maximum Damage6,400 
Torpedo Speed48 knot
Torpedo Range5.001 km.
AA Defense
76.2 mm/23 Mk71 х 1 pcs.
. . . Average Damage per Second
. . . Firing Rangekm.
Maneuverability
Maximum Speed34 knot
Turning Circle Radius520 m.
Rudder Shift Timesec.
Concealment
Surface Detectability Range6.66 km.
Air Detectability Range2.45 km.
Battle Levels
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III
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250,000

Wickes — American Tier III destroyer.

One of the massively produced destroyers in the U.S. Navy featuring flush-deck design. The key difference from her preceding class was the significantly increased propulsion power, resulting in higher speeds and better maneuverability.

Modules

Main Battery Rate of Fire
(shots/min)
180° Turn Time
(sec)
Maximum Dispersion
(m)
Maximum HE Shell Damage
(HP)
Chance of Fire on Target Caused by HE Shell
(%)
Maximum AP Shell Damage
(HP)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
102 mm/50 Mk128.615.65841,50061,700 025,000
Hull Hit Points
(HP)
Armor
(mm)
Armor
(mm)
Main Turrets
(pcs.)
Secondary Gun Turrets
(pcs.)
AA Mounts
(pcs.)
Torpedo Tubes
(pcs.)
Hangar Capacity
(pcs.)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Wickes (A)8,1006134140 038,000
Wickes (B)8,9006134240 70098,000
Torpedoes Rate of Fire
(shots/min)
Torpedo Tubes Reload Time
(sec)
180° Turn Time
(sec)
Maximum Damage
(HP)
Torpedo Speed
(knot)
Torpedo Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Bliss Leavitt Mk31.9327.26,400485 021,000
Bliss Leavitt Mk91.5407.29,900565 35070,000
Gun Fire Control System Firing Range Increase
(%)
Maximum Firing Range
(km)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Mk3 mod. 108.4 020,500
Mk III mod. 2109.2 40052,000
Engine Maximum Speed
(knot)
Research price
(exp)
Purchase price
(Credits)
Propulsion: 26,400 hp34 021,000

Compatible Upgrades

 Slot 1  Main Armaments Modification 1 Auxiliary Armaments Modification 1 Magazine Modification 1
 Slot 2  Damage Control System Modification 1 Propulsion Modification 1 Steering Gears Modification 1

Player Opinion

Performance

At first glance, Wickes might appear a downgrade from Sampson, particularly given her low health pool. While she is slightly more fragile than her predecessor, she makes up for it by retaining Sampson’s handling characteristics while gaining about 5 knots worth of top speed.

More importantly than that, Wickes moves up from Sampson’s twin double-tube launchers on each side of the ship to twin triple-tube launchers. Combined with the better damage from her upgraded Torpedo module, it is a huge increase in firepower. Wickes is a tremendous threat to enemy capital ships she's allowed to close with; however, now she can simply wipe them out with a single well-aimed salvo of torpedoes as opposed to Sampson’s steady "death by a thousand cuts" method. Her main battery is virtually unchanged from Sampson; the guns are the same, and she retains the unusual gun placement that prevents her from getting more than three barrels on target at once.

Overall, Wickes packs more firepower into a hull that is just as fragile as her predecessor, while continuing to encourage clever positioning and sneak attacks from behind cover in order to maximize damage from her deadly torpedo armament.

Pros:

  • Excellent maneuverability.
  • Quick turret traverse speed.
  • Able to drop waves of torpedoes from both sides.
  • Low detection range.

Cons:

  • Gun reload is a on the slow side.
  • Virtually no armor (as is typical of destroyers).
  • Guns are arranged such that only 3 can be brought to bear on a target at a time.
  • Torpedoes are out-ranged by both German and Japanese counterparts (G-101 and Wakatake, respectively).
  • Anti-aircraft armament is non-existent.
  • Even less health than Sampson.

Research

Availability of researchable upgrades for Wickes is as follows:

  • Hull: Upgrade to Hull (B) for a few more hit points and slightly more AA. Research of this module unlocks progression to Clemson.
  • Torpedoes: Upgrading to the Bliss-Leavitt Mark 9's provides Wickes’s torpedo armament with a major boost in damage and a little more range on her fish.
  • Gun Fire Control System: Upgrade to Mk3 mod. 2 for an extra 10% range on the main battery.
In an odd twist for American destroyers, the best place to spend initial experience gains in Wickes is in the upgraded Torpedo module. Hull (B) provides a smidgeon more health and should be taken next. The Fire Control System module upgrade to boost her gun range can be saved for last.

Optimal Configuration

Upgrades

The recommended upgrades for Wickes are as follows:

Commander Skills

Priority skills for any Wickes commander are Preventative Maintenance at Level 1, Last Stand at Level 2, Survivability Expert at Level 3, and Concealment Expert at Level 4.

Consumables

Wickes can equip the following consumables:

The premium versions of Damage Control Party (When activated, instantly repairs fires, floods, and incapacitations, and prevents more for the duration.) and Smoke Generator (While active, generates a smoke screen that blocks line-of-sight for both enemies and teammates.) are recommended; the premium versions of Engine Boost (While active, increases a ship's speed by a fixed percentage.) is nice to have, but not necessary.

Camouflage

Type 1, 2, or 5 camouflage can be equipped for credits; Types 1 or 5 are recommended at a minimum to reduce detectibility range.

Signals

Gallery

Historical Info

Historical Gallery


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U.S.A.  II Sampson • II Smith Doubloons • III Wickes • IV Clemson • V Nicholas • V Hill Doubloons • VI Farragut • VI Monaghan Doubloons • VII Mahan • VII Sims Doubloons • VIII Benson • VIII Kidd Doubloons • IX Fletcher • IX Benham Doubloons • IX Black Doubloons • X Gearing • X Somers 
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Germany  II V-25 • III G-101 • IV V-170 • V T-22 • VI Ernst Gaede • VI T-61 Doubloons • VII Leberecht Maass • VII Z-39 Doubloons • VIII Z-23 • IX Z-46 • X Z-52 
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N/A  VII Błyskawica Doubloons • IX Friesland 
Italy  VI Leone • X Paolo Emilio 
Pan-Asia  II Longjiang • III Phra Ruang • IV Shenyang • V Jianwei • VI Fushun • VI Anshan Doubloons • VII Gadjah Mada • VIII Hsienyang • VIII Loyang Doubloons • IX Chung Mu • X Yueyang 
Commonwealth  III Vampire Doubloons • VII Haida Doubloons 
Pan-America  
N/A  III Blade Doubloons • VII Ghoul Doubloons • VII Steel Rat Doubloons • VII Razorworm Doubloons • VIII Urashima Doubloons