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Dowly 04-07-08 08:28 AM

Nice one Kratos! I heard last night on radio while sitting in the base with the JG53 guys that back in Normandy, the Luftwaffe boys are scared to fly anymore. The broadcast mentioned something about some crazy skirt wearing Scot with his face painted like if he was William Wallace shooting heaps of 109s down lately. That's you they're talking about? :rotfl:

HunterICX 04-07-08 08:32 AM

Damn, kratos
your air gunnery certainly has improved ;)

HunterICX

Jimbuna 04-07-08 09:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Dowly
Nice one Kratos! I heard last night on radio while sitting in the base with the JG53 guys that back in Normandy, the Luftwaffe boys are scared to fly anymore. The broadcast mentioned something about some crazy skirt wearing Scot with his face painted like if he was William Wallace shooting heaps of 109s down lately. That's you they're talking about? :rotfl:

Probably was him.....but only if that skirt wearing monstrosity had no balls.

Remember it was us Brits that castrated him :rotfl:

Kratos 04-07-08 09:40 AM

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Remember it was us Brits that castrated him :rotfl:
Aye you did..but if memory serves me right,he spawned his demon seed before they cut his b*ll*x off.;)

Dowly 04-07-08 10:00 AM

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Originally Posted by jimbuna
Remember it was us Brits that castrated him :rotfl:

Wait, that's what they did to him in the end?! :huh: YOU BASTARDS! :stare:

Jimbuna 04-07-08 10:07 AM

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Originally Posted by Dowly
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Originally Posted by jimbuna
Remember it was us Brits that castrated him :rotfl:

Wait, that's what they did to him in the end?! :huh: YOU BASTARDS! :stare:

LMAO :lol:

Dowly 04-08-08 09:50 AM

Another 5 from Sunday growing the totals to 34 confirmed kills in 19 sorties. :rock:
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e..._Ferret/11.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e..._Ferret/12.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e..._Ferret/13.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e..._Ferret/21.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e..._Ferret/22.jpg

Biggles 04-08-08 09:54 AM

Dogfight over Ypres, November 1917.
On November 14th, 1917, 2nd. LT. James Plainview engaged two German aircraft at about 2000 ft. altitude, just above Ypres. He managed to shoot down one of them, the second one was credited to a Sopwith Camel pilot who saw the opportunity while Plainview in his Sopwith Pup was busy with the first one.
http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/1...6200693dg1.jpg

http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/6...6201720tm1.jpg

http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/1...6224326oz5.jpg

http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/2...6233392qp1.jpg

http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/5...6243932uk3.jpg

tater 04-09-08 12:02 AM

Know your airfields and targets!

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...tAirfields.jpg

GSpector 04-09-08 12:29 AM

Wow Tater,

Thanks. that reminds me of what someone did on the B-17: the Mighty 8th forum " http://www.bombs-away.net/forums/index.php?s= "several years ago.:up:

Seth8530 04-09-08 06:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Dowly
Went in and had a unofficial sortie with some of the guys from JG53 last night. CAP over Stalingrad.

4 Soviet fighters downed, with 2 own fighters damaged in landing. All alive, good sortie.
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e...erret/Back.jpg

How did you get swatstickas on your plains? are they just skins or can you turn them onn and off?

Dowly 04-09-08 06:32 AM

@Seth

Pleeease, next time, dont quote all them pics, unneccessary load to the thread. :up:


And as for the swastikas, yes those are painted to the skin, BUT you can get them to show up for the stock markings by using a program called IL2Stab:
http://mission4today.com/index.php?n...etails&id=2169

It also changed few more things, like adds the correct finnish markings (blue swastika standing on it's foot).

Dowly 04-09-08 06:35 AM

@Tater

Nice, was just yesterday reading the 2 BoB map threads "over there" and only goes to show how lazy Oleg and his mapmakers were for IL2. Very detailed work coming hopefully soon. :up:

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...igginHill6.jpg

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...s/RAFFord5.jpg

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...s/Ole_Buck.jpg

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...cs/Manston.jpg

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...pics/Leeon.jpg

http://www.7timechamp.com/Hanger3/im...CREENSHOTS.jpg

:rock:

HunterICX 04-09-08 07:12 AM

@Seth: Sorry, but had to remove the extra amount of screenshots from the quote that wherent necessary to load twice and didnt comply with your question.

HunterICX

Dowly 04-09-08 09:09 AM

Another 2 good sorties last night with JG53, just forgot to record track from the first sortie. :damn:

Anyways, the 2nd sortie on 27th of October 1942 was a task of JG53 escorting a captured Russian Yak-9 fighter, flown by Gefreiter Morts from our home base to a more safe, rear airfield for study and test flights.

We had 8 escorts + the Yak-9 on our flight. We made contact with the rather large force of 11-14 Russian fighters somewhere around midtrip to the rear field. The losses for us were extraordinary high, with 4 BF109s wrecked from which 3 resulted in a KIA (2 109s were lost in an midair collision during the dogfight).

We downed all of the intercepting fighters and despite our heavy losses, managed to escort the captured Yak-9 to our target, where it was slightly damaged on a failed landing.

http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e.../takeoff-1.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e...27Octkill1.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e...27Octkill2.jpg
http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e...27Octkill3.jpg


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