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    Flight simming, photography, nappy changing

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  1. That video by +HH+ Pauk..... Hoooooly Batman, it really is incredible. One of the all-time best.
  2. 174 meters including the tower! ๐Ÿ˜‰
  3. Superb! Didn't know paratroopers dropped on Aalborg.
  4. you really hit it out of the ballpark with this video, Jason. Thanks!!!
  5. Beautiful AI plane, can't say I really pine to see it flyable. Keep safe everybody!
  6. "Thus, situations when wings or control surfaces fall off an airplane in a battle will arise much less often. To break the rear part of the fuselage by shooting will become very hard." - Great news ๐Ÿ‘ This has always been my main beef with the damage model.
  7. Doesn't look as if they would fly very well... What can I say: I like planes.
  8. I just finished "Terror in the Starboard Seat", can't think there'd be a better Mosquito book out there, well worth a gander. Thanks for this video link!
  9. I believe binoculars were pretty common for navy pilots in the Pacific in WWII. On another note, I'm thrilled that this sim will finally feature hardware that I am the proud owner of.... ๐Ÿ™‚
  10. Thanks, you're a Trooper :-) Another question for you or others... - How much would that huge slab of armoured glass behind the pilot weigh? Looks very heavy to me.
  11. The plane looks beautiful! Now I wonder if there is another word than "bubble canopy" when it actually isn't a real bubble-blown canopy...
  12. Great to see so many armament variations! Hurri fans, if you haven't already read "Gun Button to fire", then go and do it! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gun-Button-Fire-Hurricane-Dramatic/dp/1848688482
  13. Ah, well done guys! - Yes, I should have guessed that :-) Thanks so much!
  14. Hi guys, I'm helping out with some research concerning an RAF pilot who flew with 331 Sqn ("For Norge"). This recce shot of an airfield is in his private photo album. Can any of you identify it? (I'm guessing its a German airfield in Occupied Western Europe, partly due to the camouflage, partly due to the bomb craters, and also due to 331 Sqn's operations but I could be totally wrong.) If you have positive I.D. or a qualified guess it would be great to see some photos substantiating it. Thanks!
  15. Great evasive tactic for a dogfight... ๐Ÿ™‚
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