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  1. May I humbly submit my tribute to IL2 Sturmovik: Battle of Bodenplatte? It contains a series of vignettes highlighting the different planes available. At least one viewer posted they had decided to buy the Great Battle series after watching it.
  2. Varibraun, Thanks so much for your kind gift! What a pleasant surprise to find in my e-mail. Will be taking my Macchi C.202 out for a spin later today, my first Italian aircraft!
  3. Just reread the classic "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo," a surprisingly straightforward account given it was written during the war. Having met many of the Doolittle Raiders when they held one of their reunions in my small town in coastal Connecticut, I have an interest in the Doolittle Raid. Thank you for your kind and generous offer. I'll take #7. I'd be interested in the MC.202 Series VIII.
  4. Thanks for the nice comments! But did no one notice I totally got the name of the software wrong in my video?! It should be "IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Bodenplatte" not "IL-2 Sturmovik: Operation Bodenplatte." Sorry Jason!
  5. Thanks for the tip! That definitely would've helped in a few areas. And yeah, how could I forget the Spit after all it's done for us?! So ungrateful... I was very worried the video was way too long. Guess I could have put a bit more in.
  6. It's amazing how many people died in little known events during the war. My relatives live in Pforzheim, Germany. On February 23, 1945 a Lancaster raid on that town killed 17,600 people! Can you imagine how much news coverage a catastrophe of that order would get today? Yet it is basically an unknown event. It' hard to wrap your head around the casualty counts of WW2.
  7. Agreed, the Tempest got short shrift as the video ran long. Maybe I can insert some footage of them after the Dora pancakes.
  8. I probably spent way too much time editing this, but it was fun and I'm reasonably pleased with how it came out.
  9. Love the distinctive look of the P-38 and the graphics of this game! Nice camera and editing work! Thanks for sharing.
  10. Coming along very nicely. Can't wait for the finished product!
  11. BlackHellHound1, Thank you, thank you, thank you for the new P-51 skins, in particular E2 S!!! When I was about 11 or 12 years old (I'm 57 now!) I spent a long time painstakingly building a Revell 1/32nd scale P-51D that perched proudly on the bookshelf in my bedroom until the infamous garage sale that took place while I was away at college. A year or two after building my model I picked out a book "The War in the Air" by Major Gene Gurney, Major USAF with forward by General Curtis LeMay, for my birthday. Leafing through the pages I was very excited to find a photo of m
  12. Thanks for your missions, Jade! Really enjoy them, the lend an atmosphere of real world activity to the game. Going to reload your 3.201 compatible missions. One specific mission I'd like to try but not sure if it can be done in the mission editor is Baron Jean de Selys-Longchamps rogue mission against Gestapo headquarters in Brussels. Sure he was flying a Typhoon, but the Tempest is pretty close. The Gestapo had tortured his father to death. Longchamps had escaped to England, become a Typhoon pilot, and was sent on a mission to attack trains at Gent. He completed his
  14. It better be released today. I took off work for this. I postponed my wedding. Missed my grandmother's funeral. We were promised. Maybe not exactly. But we all knew what you meant and you let us believe it. I want my Bodenplatte money back. Or maybe a discount on a collector plane. Ok, I'll settle for a sneak peak. Another video? This is so unfair.
  15. I'm getting more excited than I expected! I remember in the early days of flight sims thinking "Wouldn't it be fantastic if someday PC flight sims looked as good as those multimillion dollar simulators the airlines and military have?" Now, we have sims like BoBP that look much better than the top of the line simulators did a generation ago, and with VR, I've come closer to experiencing my dream of flying a WW2 fighter than I ever thought possible. Great work guys! You're doing something that has never been done before!.
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