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  1. And the Variable incident tailplane...and starboard elevator trim tab, operates when you open the airbrake and causes the Stuka to angle down. All part of the Auto pull out dive system. Neet stuff but not in game.
  2. The Ju-87 is really fun. It doesn't have the contact altimeter working but it's still fun. It's a real challenge to be successful. The dive bomb attack kicks ass. It's slow, not very maneuverable in A to A combat and has a somewhat temperamental power plant, but can be managed with a little practice and knowing how it works. It's got a neet little bomb window, air brakes and a siren. You can mount BK 3.7's on the wings. What's not to love?
  3. It's time, we should have this. Not having it makes the Ju87 something else. It's such an integral part of this aircraft's dive bombing procedure.
  4. Hi Spidersky Log into your account: https://il2sturmovik.com/account/ and change it there. I think... Bobo
  5. Stuka squadron right here:
  6. Thanks Brother Pat...great pics of a great plane.
  7. Hi Old James. I wonder, are the guns firing when you don't hear them? Could be you need to cock them first, forget what the default keys are but they need to be cocked before they fire. Do you see gun flashes/tracers and don't hear guns?
  8. US103rd can be found here: https://us103.enjin.com/ Says RoF but we are aware of the FC-ness of the future. Cheers All!
  9. I'm in the Western U.S. City of Orange, CA.
  10. rFactor 2 Beta is pretty solid, the early 60's openwheel cars have a great feel, we race the F3's everywhere! AC looks awesome, Kunos, that's the NetKar dude isn't it?
  11. I played drums for decades professionaly, Touring the country playing in bars through the 70's, better gig's in the 80's (I even did Saturday Night Live in 82 playing drums for Laura Branigan). I didn't quit till I hit my 50's and mostly 'cause the phone just stopped ringing. Something to do with e-drums and the like. In the 80's I started playing the Highland bagpipe, I've done that professionally now for 20 years. Just about a year ago I got a Sitar...and a real good teacher. Lot's of fun! I'ts pretty much what I do when I'm not obsessing about Military aircraft I still have my old 70's Gretch drums and a set of 1902 Thow Pipes. And of course my authentic 1970's Sitar
  12. We flew Nov 4th 1940 mission tonight. We've been tranfered to St. Gatien from the St. Omer area. The Blitz has begun. Now the missions are a bit longer, but the targets are fatter! We came across several groups of enemy aircraft, Beufighters, Blenhiems and Spits, and a few ship targets. If it weren't for our teamwork, we may have all been killed! We had two flights, "A" flight 4 AC and "B" flight with 5 (not bad for a tuesday!)....and all survived..wingmen did great jobs covering the wingleaders and communications were superb. You should have been there, it was awesome. Sometimes you wish the game could always be like this. Sound like fun? It is. Join us! Have a look here: http://z15.invisionfree.com/Jagdgeschwader53/index.php?
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