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  1. An expert on the 190 said that without special orders the outer cannon could not be removed. He also said the rebalancing the a/c without the outer cannons was not something that could be done at unit level.
  2. Aerial photographs, https://a2asimulations.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=69125
  3. Now you have done it. Crumpp would be all over you for this false statement about removing the outer cannons.
  4. Sounds like he was a 'fixer' that was sent from HQ to fix problems. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9c/Organization_of_the_Mediterranean_Allied_Air_Force_January_1944.jpg https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediterranean_Allied_Air_Forces#/media/File:RAF_MAAF_June_1944.jpg
  5. A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-1945: Volume One: North Africa, June 1940-January 1942 (A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-1945 #1) by Christopher Shores A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-1945, Volume 2: North African Desert, February 1942 - March 1943 (A History of the Mediterranean Air War, 1940-1945 #2) by Christopher Shores, Giovanni Massimello
  6. http://warbirdsnews.com/warbird-restorations/massive-trove-of-original-naa-aircraft-drawings-saved.html
  7. Bf109G-14 https://youtu.be/jIXM1QkYlPw
  8. JG26 only made 3 claims on Dec 17 1944. Uffz. Rudolf Delor 4./JG 26 P -38 £ PN-ON at 3.000 m. [Hohe Venn] Uffz. Rudolf Delor 4./JG 26 P -38 £ PN-ON at 2.500 m. [Hohe Venn] Ltn. Joachim Günther 2./JG 26 P -38 £ PN-3/ON-12: 200-300 m. [Hohe Venn]
  9. Jan 10 1945 there was 740 serviceable a/c in the East (Poland, Courland, Austria, Hungary, Balkans). Western Germany (Luftflotte 3) had 1452 serviceable a/c while Central Germany (Luftflotte Reich) had 1251 serviceable a/c. Total 2701 for the West
  10. It is quite the jump from a DD to a nuke carrier.
  11. There has been 2 USS Sullivans, DD-537 and DDG-68, both destroyer type vessels.
  12. He has already had a USN ship named for him, USS Miller (FF-1091), originally (DE-1091) was a Knox-class destroyer escort
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