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    WWII Aviation and History, Ice Hockey and My Kid.

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  1. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    Me 410 and Mosquito

    A pox a both your houses!
  2. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    What volume setting do you use?

    Unless things have changed, turning down the in game volume means you lose certain effects. Keeping it at 100% and adjusting it in Windows means you keep the effects and still adjust it to match your TS preferences.
  3. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    What volume setting do you use?

    100% then adjust windows mixer for game and TS volumes.
  4. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    DCS news

    I fly EuroCopter products in real life and find the Huey credible. The EC120 and AStar are a little twitchy and I've never flown a real Huey. That said, I'm pretty sceptical the Gazelle flys that way in real life. It's worse than our original A3, if you know what I mean. If it does, I'd want nothing to do with it and there are certainly better platforms for the modern military.
  5. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    Developer Diary 216 - Discussion

    Lookit dem tanks!!!
  6. I wasn’t questioning your effort or lumping all museums into one pile. I may actually have a turret contact for you in Stockton but it will be a bit before I can run that down. Dude has always let me clamber all over his bomber restorations and I know he has manuals.
  7. To be fair, most of the small private museums are on shoestring budgets as well. They rely heavily on donations just to keep their doors open and the work of numerous volunteers to restore the aircraft. While it does suck, they can’t operate for free and have identified a potential revenue stream selling access to their AC/cockpits. It is a business after all and I appreciate their dedication to letting me roam around their hangars from time to time in exchange for a little of my cash.
  8. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    Fictional plane set

    Should have a third choice; Not now, but probably later into development.
  9. Well done..... but doesn’t leave much for a DD tomorrow
  10. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    SBD

    See (directly) above................
  11. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    SBD

    The whole premise above starts with the, "Battle of Britain could be faked," visually from the German side but not from the British side.
  12. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    Books - What are you reading?

    Read Atkinson's An Army at Dawn (excellent/fascinating - it's amazing how badly we started in this war), slogged through The Day of Battle (tough read/very dry), and enjoyed The Guns at Last Light immensely.
  13. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    SBD

    Battle of Britian could be faked to some extent with our German livery of 109 E7's, 111's and Ju 88's. Both bombers are later versions of BoB aircraft but fit the bill visually. Our Spitfires, however, do not fit the scenario at all. The P-40, so far as I know, did not serve in that campaign. The Brit's used it overseas only.
  14. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    SBD

    You don't want to take your major Pacific players out of the mix for that release. It would be severely watered down that way and terrible from a sales/marketing standpoint. And it's not like they aren't killing it with three irons in the fire already. I'll wait to get all of the early Pacific AC in one shot and the later ones in another release or two.
  15. II/JG17_HerrMurf

    Bodenplatte defense of the reich and bombers

    Im willing to bet it’s would be closer to $25 but I’d still give away three and keep one for myself at that price.
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