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Old 10-05-2020, 09:29 AM   #16
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Excellent stuff!

If you want that title changed, just ping me.
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Old 10-05-2020, 03:04 PM   #17
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Excellent stuff!

If you want that title changed, just ping me.

Thanks!


Sure, you can change it to "AOTD - story of Friedrich Wolfang", or something similar.
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Old 10-18-2020, 03:48 PM   #18
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Just got an "Intercept convoy at....." message from BdU. Map shows a pack forming at the convoy and they're providing beacons on the convoy. But my transit is slowed by a fog bank ! Fourteen other subs made up the pack.
What a great game ! Has so many features that I so wish would have made it into SH3 too.
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Old 11-27-2020, 03:25 PM   #19
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Just got an "Intercept convoy at....." message from BdU. Map shows a pack forming at the convoy and they're providing beacons on the convoy. But my transit is slowed by a fog bank ! Fourteen other subs made up the pack.
What a great game ! Has so many features that I so wish would have made it into SH3 too.
Awesome!

Patrol 9 has been uploaded
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Old 11-27-2020, 03:49 PM   #20
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Awesome!

Patrol 9 has been uploaded
Thanks for the notice
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Old 11-28-2020, 01:54 AM   #21
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It seems like I have messed up the order of some clips - will fix that and upload again.
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Old 11-28-2020, 08:35 AM   #22
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Now it's back again. Apparently there was no error with the order - something must have confused be this morning...


Anyway, there is some good wolfpack action in this one.
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Now it's back again. Apparently there was no error with the order - something must have confused be this morning...


Anyway, there is some good wolfpack action in this one.
Yes, I didn't notice anything out of order either. Great video as usual ! Are you using the dosbox video feature or another program ?
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Old 11-28-2020, 10:06 AM   #24
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Yes, I didn't notice anything out of order either. Great video as usual ! Are you using the dosbox video feature or another program ?
I'm using OBS studio for recording.
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I'm using OBS studio for recording.
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Gotta love those pesky Wildcats. Stay just out of range while they call a bomber onto your location.
Have one circling me while a destroyer that got me on radar is closing at 30+ knots. I think it's time to crash dive !
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Old 01-09-2021, 01:52 PM   #27
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Gotta love those pesky Wildcats. Stay just out of range while they call a bomber onto your location.
Have one circling me while a destroyer that got me on radar is closing at 30+ knots. I think it's time to crash dive !
Ya ignorant bugger! that's probably a Martlet if before January 1944!! ,
 
Even before the Wildcat had been purchased by the U.S. Navy, the French Navy and the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (FAA) had ordered the Wildcat, with their own configurations, via the Anglo-French Purchasing Board. The F4F initially known in British service as the Martlet was taken on by the FAA as an interim replacement for the Fairey Fulmar. The Fulmar was a two-seat fighter with good range but operated at a performance disadvantage against single-seater fighters. Navalised Supermarine Spitfires were not available because of the greater need of the Royal Air Force.[14][page needed] In the European theater, its first combat victory was on Christmas Day 1940, when a land-based Martlet destroyed a Junkers Ju 88 bomber over the Scapa Flow naval base.[15] This was the first combat victory by a US-built fighter in British service in World War II.[15]

The type also pioneered combat operations from the smaller escort carriers.[16] Six Martlets went to sea aboard the converted former German merchant vessel HMS Audacity in September 1941 and shot down several Luftwaffe Fw 200 Condor bombers during highly effective convoy escort operations.[17][18] These were the first of many Wildcats to engage in aerial combat at sea. The British received 300 Eastern Aircraft FM-1s giving them the designation Martlet V in 1942–43 and 340 FM-2s, (having changed to using the same name as the US) as the Wildcat VI.[19] Nearly 1,200 Wildcats were flown by the FAA and by January 1944, the Martlet name was dropped and the type was identified as the Wildcat.[20][16][N 2] In March 1945, Wildcats shot down four Messerschmitt Bf 109s over Norway, the FAA's last Wildcat victories
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Old 01-09-2021, 03:15 PM   #28
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Ya ignorant bugger! that's probably a Martlet if before January 1944!! ,
 
Even before the Wildcat had been purchased by the U.S. Navy, the French Navy and the Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm (FAA) had ordered the Wildcat, with their own configurations, via the Anglo-French Purchasing Board. The F4F initially known in British service as the Martlet was taken on by the FAA as an interim replacement for the Fairey Fulmar. The Fulmar was a two-seat fighter with good range but operated at a performance disadvantage against single-seater fighters. Navalised Supermarine Spitfires were not available because of the greater need of the Royal Air Force.[14][page needed] In the European theater, its first combat victory was on Christmas Day 1940, when a land-based Martlet destroyed a Junkers Ju 88 bomber over the Scapa Flow naval base.[15] This was the first combat victory by a US-built fighter in British service in World War II.[15]

The type also pioneered combat operations from the smaller escort carriers.[16] Six Martlets went to sea aboard the converted former German merchant vessel HMS Audacity in September 1941 and shot down several Luftwaffe Fw 200 Condor bombers during highly effective convoy escort operations.[17][18] These were the first of many Wildcats to engage in aerial combat at sea. The British received 300 Eastern Aircraft FM-1s giving them the designation Martlet V in 1942–43 and 340 FM-2s, (having changed to using the same name as the US) as the Wildcat VI.[19] Nearly 1,200 Wildcats were flown by the FAA and by January 1944, the Martlet name was dropped and the type was identified as the Wildcat.[20][16][N 2] In March 1945, Wildcats shot down four Messerschmitt Bf 109s over Norway, the FAA's last Wildcat victories
Nah, it's an American plane. February 1942, just off the Eastern Seaboard.
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That could ruin your Happy Time
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That could ruin your Happy Time
Almost did; "Bow bilge pumps damaged !" "Fore hydroplanes damaged !" Was able to sneak away though.
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