The King George V-class battleship was a class of British battleships designed in during the 1930s and built during the first half of World War II. They were the most modern British battleships of the era. Five such ships were built and commissioned, the King George V (1940), Prince of Wales (1941), Duke of York (1941), Howe (1942), and Anson (1942). Of the five, only Prince of Wales was sunk along with the battlecrusier HMS Repulse after attacks by Japanese aircraft off Malaya on December 10, 1941.
In Battlefield 1942, the PrinceOW is the United States Marine Corps' battleship. It is a huge vessel, though not quite as large as its Axis counterpart, the Yamato. It has four positions: One captain who navigates the ship and controls its frontal cannons, one rear gunner who has the rear guns at their disposal, and two side gunners who have a series of light, rapid firing domed turrets, which are more effective against aircraft.
The PrinceOW has un-rivaled firepower when compared to Aircraft Carriers, Destroyers and Subs. Its frontal gun can sink a destroyer in one shot (if all six shots connect) and subs in a few shots. It has a noticable arc at long range. though its splash damage is big and is arguebly best used against infantry on Midway if the enemy team holds a position. Do note that it cannot aim above 25 degrees and below zero meaning that small boats such as subs and landing craft cant be shot at up close.
The secondary position is the rear gunner armed with four 12 inch guns. It works identical to the frontal gun excluding the secondary gun.
third and fourth position are domed anti-air guns that work similiar to the stationary AA guns.