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SYN_Ricky

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  1. SPAD XIII is by far my favourite plane, that was already the case in ROF. S.E.5a and Dolphin come second close. On the Central side I really enjoy the Pfalz DIIIa. I'd like to love the Camel and Dr.I, but I'm really terrible at flying them...
  2. Good fun last night, including: flaming a German sausage and suddenly finding a whole bunch of angry Fokkers chasing me, and then crash landing in no man's land. At least it diverted their attention from my squadmates flying Bristols to bomb some barges. that last mission in Bristols to bomb the northern German front airfield, ending up in a massive furball a few feet above a town, and getting shot down as expected 😆 Looking forward to next Sunday!
  3. Got my copy of Vol. 4 and crowfunded Vol. 5, I really hope that the series will go on.
  4. Yeah, I wonder that too, seems pretty unusual. Ok, I missed the fact that the two MG (13mm and not 7.92) ports are in the front part of the nose. So it's indeed 6x20mm and 2x13 mm, must be quite lethal!
  5. Reproduced these pictures that are included in the book "Battles with the Luftwaffe" by Jane's. First shows the installation of a twin 20m pod under the belly, and I guess the caption is wrong, as it would be 4x20mm and not six, unless the MGs were also replaced by cannons. The second pictures shows a pair of Mustangs caught on camera by the rear gunner as he watched them come for the kill as his guns were out of service. He did get shot down but survived.
  6. Flew for about half an hour last night and saw plenty of action and got in some intense fights, I really enjoyed that!
  7. Suisse/Svizzera (Switzerland in french and Italian respectively). In both language we say Canada.
  8. They loved the cockpit, the clear hood, the armament and the fact that they had receiver/transmitter radios. And as already stated it was pretty good at lower altitude.
  9. Nearly went nuts last night with the trims. I had already read about having to check them so I thought it would be no problems, but I don't know how during the update my key-bindings for trim, which were all a combination of LeftCtrl+a key were changed to RightCtrl+same key, so I didn't notice it straiht away. Only when I noticed that the stabilizer in the 109, mapped the same as pitch trim, was working, I realized the subtle change and the corrected the key bindings.
  10. It wasn't perfect, but I'm sure they could have improved from that starting point to offer an AI that would be better at using B'n'Z techniques with faster and less agile aircrafts...
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