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  1. Hawker Typhoon More at The Sound of the Aeroplane at War 1939 - 1945 - 02 - Neville Chamberlain Speech (3 September 1939) - YouTube
  2. Imagine if one was shot down by a Shrew.🤣
  3. OK, it is post war but the Blackburn Buccaneer is not ugly.
  4. Focke-Wulf delivered 150 A-7s in Feb and March 1944. Ago delivered 270 A-7s in Feb, March and April 1944. GFW delivered 200 A7s in Feb and March 1944. Don't know how many A-7s were delivered before Feb 1944.
  5. My name sake disappeared with all the crew of a Halifax III on a mission to Essen in Oct 1944. It was a miserable night and was probably lost over the North sea due to Icing. It was carrying 10,000lbs of bombs (6 x 500 lb MC bomb, 1 x 2000 lb HC bomb, 5 x 1000 lb SAP bomb).
  6. A very long read and is UScentric. https://www.aia-aerospace.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/THE-1944-AIRCRAFT-YEAR-BOOK.pdf
  7. http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields - Belgium and Luxembourg.pdf http://www.ww2.dk/Airfields - Netherlands.pdf Gives map coords, units and other details.
  8. EUROPEAN THEATER OF OPERATIONS (ETO) STRATEGIC OPERATIONS (Eighth Air Force): Mission 182. Three aviation industry targets in Germany are hit; fierce opposition estimated at 500 Luftwaffe fighters is encountered and 60 bombers and 5 fighters are lost. 1. 177 B-17's are dispatched to Oschersleben; 139 hit the primary and 20 hit targets of opportunity; they claim 174-32-63 Luftwaffe aircraft; 34 B-17's are lost, 2 damaged beyond repair and 83 damaged; casualties are 9 KIA, 11 WIA and 349 MIA. 2. 114 B-17's are dispatched to Halberstadt; 52 hit the primary and 55 hit targets of opportunity; they claim 35-11-19 Luftwaffe aircraft; 8 B-17's are lost, 1 is damaged beyond repair and 42 damaged; casualties are 1 KIA, 18 WIA and 81 MIA. 177 P-47's and 44 Ninth Air Force P-51's escort; they claim 29-11-14 Luftwaffe aircraft; 2 P-47's are lost, 3 damaged beyond repair and 4 P-47's and 1 P-51 are damaged; casualties are 2 KIA and 2 MIA. Major James H Howard, a P-51 pilot of the 354th Fighter Group, shot down an Me 110 and then found himself the lone escort for a B-17 group being attacked by 30 Luftwaffe aircraft. For the next 30 minutes, he kept turning into the enemy fighters and firing until only one gun was firing; by this time, he was credited with 2-1-2 Luftwaffe aircraft and saved the B-17's. Major Howard was awarded the Medal of Honor. 3. 234 B-17's and 138 B-24's are dispatched to Brunswick; 47 B-17's hit the primary, 114 hit Osnabruck, 25 hit Bielefeld, 22 hit Peine, 10 hit Herford and 1 hit Nienburg; no B-24's hit the primary, 58 hit Meppen, 1 hits Lingen and 7 hit other targets; they claim 19-17-16 Luftwaffe aircraft; 16 B-17's and 2 B-24's are lost, 1 each damaged beyond repair and 47 B-17's and 7 B-24's damaged; casualties are 5 WIA and 176 MIA. This mission is escorted by 49 P-38's and 322 P-47's; they claim 2-1-2 Luftwaffe aircraft; 1 P-38 and 2 P-47's are lost and 1 P-47 is damaged; casualties are 1 MIA. Among the PFF aircraft are 4 B-24's, this being the first time B-24's are used in this capacity. HQ 96th Combat Bombardment Wing (Heavy) is activated at Horsham St Faith, England. http://aircrewremembered.com/USAAFCombatOperations/Jan.44.html
  9. Or a mid '50s Fulda Gap scenario which would have many European airplanes.
  10. So you want the developers spending time on oddballs when they could using that time on subjects more pertinent to the game..
  11. So you would like to see the Fw190 with underwing MK103 gun pods? Just because there was few A234s with gun pods, they were the exception, not the rule. The rule should be the what was the most common.
  12. This link, http://109lair.hobbyvista.com/techref/systems/control/slats/slats.htm has diagrams of the slats.
  13. USAAF Combat Operations in WWll This extraordinary effort by Jack McKillop USAF, based on original work by Kit Carter and Robert Mueller, is presented here as a research aid for all those interested in the involvement of the USAAF in WWll. What you will find in these pages - remarkably - is an exhaustive account of every single operational movement of the USAAF from the day war was declared by the US on December 6 1941 until a month after the final capitulation of Japan in 1945. To those unfamiliar with this subject, the first impression will likely be of the sheer size of this involvement: the number of units and planes, their locations, the logistics of moving them around the globe in a controlled manner. It's all on a huge and unprecedented scale, especially given this was in an age before computers, where everything was done by hand. Since each page contains hundreds of names, dates and locations, we have provided a Highlighting facility within every page to assist your search for a specific item: just enter the term you are searching for in the Highlighting box and then scroll until you see your selection in yellow. Scroll to the bottom as the facility finds all occurrences.
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