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Some login correction was made (squad tag now is separated from pilot name):

 

=Lws=L_vvVitaliy login now as: L_vvVitaliy

1./KG4_Odessa login now as: Odessa

SFF_Esso login now as: Esso

DOH [DOH] AtlasTheCarry login now as: AtlasTheCarry

LLv34_Camouflage login now as: Camouflage

RedEye_Tumu login now as: Tumu

 

UPDATE:

I./KG53 Bormann login now as: Bormann

SFF_Vellu login now as: Vellu

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Some login correction was made (squad tag now is separated from pilot name):

 

=Lws=L_vvVitaliy login now as: L_vvVitaliy

1./KG4_Odessa login now as: Odessa

SFF_Esso login now as: Esso

DOH [DOH] AtlasTheCarry login now as: AtlasTheCarry

LLv34_Camouflage login now as: Camouflage

RedEye_Tumu login now as: Tumu

 

UPDATE:

I./KG53 Bormann login now as: Bormann

SFF_Vellu login now as: Vellu

Thanks =J13=xarann I gave up two weeks ago. but now I can log on. I would like to try Inwar Cya soon

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Hello

 

This time blue side was able to stop enemy tank atack - for the first time in this season.

Ju87 pilots were grateful for fighter escort done by Finnish pilots.

 

Since red side has more victory points we decided to end this season and start new one next week.

Some balancing changes need to be done.

Post here your suggestions if you have any.

 

 

 

 

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Replace the Bf 109 F-2 with the Bf 109 F-4 or G-2. Finns are not used to fly with the underpowered F-2 Messer, because it has any changes with he Russian fighters. We cannot use the Bf 109's superb climbing ability att all, because F-2 model don't have it. Normally we are flying the Bf 109 G-2 (because of FAF history) and we are much more better pilots with it, also the F-4 is better choice if you want to use F-models because of history. I think the Finnish pilot's motivation got lost with the F-2 and so many pilots and aircrafts losses... 

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Attention!  3rd campaign "InWar Rzhev" shedule

 

1st stage:   Preparation    21 Apr 22:00-24:00 GMT +3          

                  Action             28 Apr  22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

2nd stage: Preparation    5 May 22:00-24:00 GMT +3          

                  Action            12 May  22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

3rd stage:  Preparation   19 May 22:00-24:00 GMT +3          

                  Action           26 May 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

4th stage:  Preparation   2 Jun 22:00-24:00 GMT +3          

                  Action           9 Jun 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

Briefing starts 30 minutes before mission

 
Main TeamSpeak: axa-ts3.servegame.com

Reserve TS  -  ts3.riseofflight.net:7777 password 1917

 

Sign up and registration here (if you have a question, look in "Help" page) Account registration only needed for new pilots!

 

Some login correction was made (squad tag now is separated from pilot name):

 

=Lws=L_vvVitaliy login now as: L_vvVitaliy

1./KG4_Odessa login now as: Odessa

SFF_Esso login now as: Esso

DOH [DOH] AtlasTheCarry login now as: AtlasTheCarry

LLv34_Camouflage login now as: Camouflage

RedEye_Tumu login now as: Tumu

I./KG53 Bormann login now as: Bormann

SFF_Vellu login now as: Vellu

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Hello

 

Another episode of IW

 

The plan was:

 

Group of Ju 88 at 6000m attacks enemy railroad station using level bombing.

Group of He111H16 folows them and does the same

Group of Ju 87 attacks enemy warehouses in sector C

 

Two fighter groups provide cover for Ju 88 and Ju87

 

Results:

 

5 Ju88 successfully completed their objective and only lost one plane during landing (probable bug with chat and brakes).

 

 

Second sortie was to destroy enemy warehouses in sector C

He 111 were assign do transport duties.

5 Ju87 made two sortion on warehouses in second C and destroyed them with the help of Ju88.  

Fighters did their job well.

 

All necessary tasks were done.

Landings and takeoffs this time were especially dangerous:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Retnek, was ist los? Wir haben dich und dein Squad schon lange Zeit nicht gesehen. Habt ihr keine Interesse mehr?

Die Blaue Seite braucht dringend Piloten am diesen Freitag.

So komm, sei nicht schüchtern!  :biggrin:

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LENTORYKMENTTI 3
INWAR COMBAT REPORT
05.05.2017


9 Pilots:
LLv34: Camo, Wmaker
LLv32: Kanttori, Korppi, Modo, Vvaris
LLv8: Ade
SFF: Vellu
LeR3: Zimo

The Finns took off Sychovka in three flights: 4x109G2 (LLv32: Kanttori, Korppi, Modo, Vvaris), 2x190A3 (Ade+Wmaker) and my flight of 3x109G2's (Camo, Vellu + Zimo).

LLv32 headed south to cover our railway station, the 190's headed NE to the front line and Camo's flight headed west.

Very quickly the 190s ran into multiple Yaks and Camo's flight turned back to assist. The 190s disengaged. After a short search, Camo's flight found the Yaks and engaged from above. Some shots were exchanged and the fight ended up low with no visible results, so we decided to disengage. I had some damage in my left wing, so I headed back to Sychovka to replane. Vellu and Zimo headed south to help the main group.

It looks like we were able to tie up the enemy escort fighters, as around this time the Pe2s showed up unescorted at the railway station. LLv32 engaged the Pe2s, while the 190s and my wingmen headed there.

LLv32 swiftly attacked the bombers. Korppi shot down a Pe2 as Vvaris assisted. Despite the 109s making their passes at high speed, three planes were hit by the rear gunners: Kanttori was killed, Korppi lost his controls and he had to bail out. Vvaris's engine seized, but luckily he managed to dead-stick land at a friendly airfield nearby. Modo continued to harrass the Pe2's, as did Vellu and Zimo, who had also reached the area.

The 190s also showed up and found the Pe2's near the target area. A few enemy fighters showed up as well. Wmaker shot down a Pe2 and Ade another two Pe2's. With the enemy numbers getting thinner and more Finns pouring into the area, one by one the enemies started to disengage.

Meanwhile, I had managed to replane and as I headed towards the target area at low altitude, I spotted several RTB'ing enemy planes, scattered and separated on the deck. Looked like the enemy planes were busy navigating back home, as they didn't spot my fast approaching 109. I slipped behind an IL2 and quickly shot it down. Immediately I spotted a fighter a few km's away. It took me a while to catch up, but it turned out to be a Yak. I don't think the Yak saw me coming, so I edged closer and after one burst, the Yak crashed into the forest. I knew there were more planes in the area, so I kept looking around at tree top height. After a while, I spotted another fighter skimming a river. I followed it for a while and suddenly the pilot got careless and started climbing. It turned out to be a LaGG. I quickly caught it in the climb and after a few bursts, the left wing broke off and the plane crashed in a ball of flames. With no other planes in sight, I headed home. The rest of the Finns were already refueling and taking off again.

The rest of the mission was uneventful for all of us. We covered our transport planes at the rear fields and no enemies showed up.

Totals:

7 kills:
3 Camo (IL2, Yak, LaGG)
2 Ade (2x Pe2)
1 Korppi (1x Pe2)
1 Wmaker (1x Pe2)


3 assists:
1 Varis (Pe2)
1 Wmaker (Pe2)
1 Ade (Pe2)


3 lost 109G2's to Pe2 rear gunners:
1 Kanttori (KIA)
1 Korppi (bailed safely)
1 Vvaris (engine seized, landed at friendly rear field)
The rest RTB'd safely.

<S!>

Camo

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Hello

 

Another IW Mission is over

 

Due to fierce combat in previous missions both team needed to regroup.

Because of that German team decided to defend and save as much resources as possible while inflicting casualties to the attacking enemy.

 

Plan:

 

2 FW190 patroling enemy transport routes

Bf109 group defends railroad station

Transports do their job

 

Results:

 

2 WF190 and 2 Bf109 have intercepted 2 Ju 52

Group of 9 Bf109 inflicted heavy casualties to the enemy during their attack on a railroad station.

Transports did their job and only lost 1 transport plane to enemy fighters.

 

Team did good. Fighters fought carefully and non-combat loses were minimal.

Mission objective had been achieved.

 

FW190 sortie:

 

From the mission start 2 FW190 and 2 Bf109 hurried towards enemy transport routes.

Soon after entering patrol area 2 Fw190 were attacks by several Yaks. FW190 disingaged, directed 2 109 towards the yaks, when they engaged Fw190 shot one yak and disengaged again. 

2 Bf 109 fought for some time but where forced to turn back to base.

2 Fw190 instead continued to patrol. Just after first skirmish was over Ju 52 showed up and was shot down.

Then another Ju 52 was destroyed.

After some time group of 3 yaks attacked head on. Short but fierce skirmish led to 2 yaks destroyed and 1 routed. Routed Yak came back and Fw190 shot him down as well.

2 Fw 190 went back to refuel.

 

Second patrol started with destroying lonely yak which was probably coming back to base.

Seconds later 2 yaks attacked form above. FW190 disengaged, climbed and counterattacked. 

But mission time almost ran out and FW190 hurried back to base. During returning to base process FW190 received fire from warehouse AA, Strong point AA, and defense line AA. 

Both planes were damaged, one even had to glide back to the airport. Both planes were saved nevertheless!

 

 

 

 

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LENTORYKMENTTI 3
INWAR AFTER ACTION REPORT
12.5.2017


14 PILOTS:
LLv34: Camo, Untamo, Wmaker, Igor, Adexu
LLv32: Kanttori, Korppi, Modo, Pingviini, Vvaris
SFF: Vellu
LeLv8: Ade
LeR3: Kippari, Andom

The Finns took off from Sychovka in four flights:
-6x109G2 (Kanttori, Modo, Korppi, Pingviini, Vvaris, Andom)
-4x109G2 (Camo, Kippari, Adexu, Vellu)
-2x190A3 (Wmaker, Ade)
-2x110G2 (Untamo, Igor)

Tonight's mission was significantly more chaotic than the previous ones. We were tasked with establishing CAP over various targets during the mission. It seemed like we were constantly transitioning from one area to the other, with short skirmishes following each other before moving to the next area.

The only prolonged fight which I took part in, occurred over target area B. IL2s were attacking targets with Yaks giving cover. The fight evolved into a turning fight on the deck, with the enemy eventually fleeing from the area after sustaining significant casualties.

There were also a few additional fights with enemy fighter formations, both at low- and high altitudes. I was surprised to find enemy fighters at above 7km on numerous occasions, as they were easy prey for our fighters. The german planes seem to have much better performance at high altitude compared to the soviet fighters. The enemy seemed to do better in the low altitude fights. In most of the fights, the enemy disengaged and fled the scene after losing a few planes.

I was happy to note that even though most of the fights were against well coordinated enemy formations, we clearly managed to hold our own during the fights. Our exchange ratio against fighters was 7:3. The regiment seems to be making progress. However, there were too many accidents, as three planes were lost in crashes.


8 victories:
3 Wmaker (IL2, Yak, La5)
1 Camo (Yak)
1 Pingviini (Yak)
1 Ade (Yak) while flying a 110!
1 Untamo (La5)
1 Adexu (La5)

8 Losses: 7x109G2, 1x190A3
3 Shot down by Yaks: Modo, Vvaris, Andom
1 Shot down by IL2 rear gunner: Ade
1 Shot down by AAA: Modo
3 Accidentally crashed: Camo, Adexu, Kippari

<S!>

Camo

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LER3 IS READY TO AUTUMN IN WAR!  :salute: 

So when you are planned to start your next tour? Our LLv32 is just practicing air combat and wingman tactics with the new and superb Bf 109 G flight model. Our goal on this autumn is give a good challenge to russian fighters and win the whole war. So are you ready our dear comrades?  ;)

PLEASE NOTICE: LLv34_Camouflage is our LeR3 commander (all the Finnish Squads) as he was on last Spring. When he is not in, the LeR3 Commander is LLv32_Korppi. He is also leader of the LLv32's fligh when Camo is in. On this autumn there will be about 6 LLv32 members on every Friday on your server. The other Finnish Squads as LLv34, LLv24, SFF etc. will send together at least 6 pilots, so I hope we have at least 12 Finns on every friday... :) 

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So it is. It has started. I think that we are better prepared for the war than last time. Personally I have waited this to begin whole summer. See you guys at the skies! S!

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Hello, guys.

Now we are testing a new map. New InWar mechanics needs to be written in Rules and translated.

And when it is be done, we will make announcement about new InWar campaign. I hope it will be soon enough

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Hello, guys.

Now we are testing a new map. New InWar mechanics needs to be written in Rules and translated.

And when it is be done, we will make announcement about new InWar campaign. I hope it will be soon enough

Great news, We cannot wait! Is it still the Moscow map or maybe the Kuban?

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Is the Kuban In War mission ready to star on next friday 22nd of September? There is a a registration open in your website and couple of Finns has already registered themselves in, for ex. me and Korppi. I am going to rush other LeR3 guys if the War begins then!  :salute:

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Me again, I'm sorry...  :rolleyes: 

I have created a LeR3 (Lentorykmentti 3 = Flight Regiment 3) logo to your In War website, but I don't know to whom I am sending it... so can you please tell who is the adminstrator of your sites and his e-mail? This is the logo:

ler3_logo_small.png

 

As you know the old Finnish swastika sign is not the sane as Hitler's nazi symbol. It is much more older from year 1918 and given to Finnish from Swedish Count von Rosen:

"Eric von Rosen had been using a swastika as a personal owner's mark. He originally saw the symbol on runestones in Gotland, while at school. Knowing that the symbol signified good luck for the Vikings, he utilized the symbol and had it carved into all his luggage when going on an expedition to South America in 1901. Being a friend of Finland, on March 1918 he gave the newly independent state an aircraft, which signified the beginning of the Finnish Air Force. The aircraft, a license manufactured Morane-Saulnier MS Parasol/Thulin D, was marked with his badge, a blue swastika on a white background. The Finnish Air Force adopted this roundel as their national insignia." (Wikipedia)

....But everybody has not read their history lessons, so I put the Finnish blue "goodness and fortune symbol" to the background. It is now as visible as in the IL-2 Sturmovik's official Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-2 Riihikallio (MT-213) skin!  ;)

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Is the Kuban In War mission ready to star on next friday 22nd of September? There is a a registration open in your website and couple of Finns has already registered themselves in, for ex. me and Korppi. I am going to rush other LeR3 guys if the War begins then!  :salute:

No, as I said, we will make an announcement when all be ready.

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Attention

New InWar campaign on Kuban map begins

 

Shedule:

 

1st stage:     6 october 22:00-24:00 GMT +3

                   13 october 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

2nd stage:   20 october 22:00-24:00 GMT +3

                   27 october 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

3rd stage:    3 november 22:00-24:00 GMT +3

                  10 november 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

4th stage:   17 november 22:00-24:00 GMT +3

                   24 november 22:00-01:00 GMT +3

 

 

Briefing starts 30 minutes before mission

 

Main TeamSpeak: axa-ts3.servegame.com

Reserve TS  -  ts3.riseofflight.net:7777 password 1917

 

Rules, registration of new pilots and record for flight are here, on website.

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Hello. I apology my actions at preparation stage... Near the end I chased some reds back to their airfield. I did not realize that I was so close to red airfield an I tried to shoot one yak down with one burst before I saw that I was so close... I stopped my action immediately as one of you might see and took my route to vest. So short of it, Im so sorry and I hope that I don't have to apology this kind of mistake again...

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Hello

 

Finally a new season IW has begun

 

Its always a pleasure to once again fight alongside with all the veterans of previous campaigns

Long break between the seasons was noticeable. 

Group takeoff, formation flying and landings were not as trivial as before. But second and third flight were better though.

 

Due to elevated competitive nature of the previous seasons tactics and strategies are classified until the end of this campaign.

 

5 Ju 88 were assign to bomb enemy forces located in town A

2 fighters escorted them

12 fighters divided into two groups were on an interception mission. Il 2s were their primary targets.

 

Results

 

2 bomber sorties 5 and 3 Ju 88 respectively were successful, destroying enemy troops from safe altitude

2 fighters were able to escort them without refueling throughout both sorties.

Later Ju 88 pilots completed the transport mission as well.

 

Intercept groups, according to their report, were able to repel the first enemy attack on sector C. enemy IL 2-s only had several minutes over the target before they had to disengage.

The second enemy sortie was also repulsed.

 

Warehouses were left unprotected because enemy bombers were expected to miss anyway.

 

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Special Thanks to all the participants for coming on time, participating in briefing, completing assigned missions, making after actions reports for command.

Finnish pilots are especially responsible and reliable. 

 

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It was a great event, thank you for your good job with your magnificent In War mission and server!

As we spoke on radio with Serenity we Finnish, mostly LLv32 but other LeR3 Lentolaivue squads, too has our Squad training evening on Sunday 20:00 - 24:00. We are wery satisfied that you can host your In War server on couplr of sundays starting at  8th of October, thank you!  :salute:

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Hello

 

Another episode if IW is over

 

The plan:

 

1. Four fighter groups, assigned with interception tasks, were responsible for providing cover for all of the towns from IL 2 attacks.

2. Bf110 group were going far behind enemy lines to prevent enemy reserves reaching their destination.

3. Casualties replenishment from reserves.

 

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Results:

 

Fighter groups (Two Finnish on Bf109 and two Russians on FW190) had reached their assigned patrolling locations, when enemy Il2s with cover attacked C. 

Patrolling Bf109 group tied enemy fighter cover in fierce fight, while two reinforcing FW190 groups focused on the retreating Il 2s destroying two of them.

After that swift attack, one FW190 group followed enemy Pe 2 group, which was overflying the battle along with fighter cover. Another FW190 group hurried to aid Bf109, who were engaged with soviet fighters.

Very soon there were only German airplanes over C.

 

FW190 groups, which followed enemy bomber had to engage enemy  fighters. But the hunt for the enemy Pe 2 had begun, and soon retreating bombers had heed discovered by the Bf109 group and destroyed.

Second FW190 group was also looking for bombers but only found lonely yak.

 

Both sides decided to regroup.

 

Second skirmish occurred when 6 soviet La 5 were spotted patrolling C, Probably providing local air superiority.

2 FW 190 attacked them. Short fight resulted in one FW190 destroyed and La 5 damaged.

Soon after, refueled group of BF109 engaged La 5 group. The combat was hard and Bf109 asked for reinforcements.

Two FW 190 groups were on their was. Arriving, they quickly cleaned up airspace over C once again.

Bf110 group, taking advantage from air superiority over C, made their bomb run on enemy ground targets located there.

 

From the mission beginning BF110 group flew all the way to the enemy reserve airfield and managed to intercepts two enemy aircraft. 

After then, instead of relocating, BF110 group decided to wait. They did not wait for long...

 

Second intercept sortie was attempted later in the mission. Results were - 1 enemy Pe 2 destroyed as well as one Bf110.

The rest of the mission pilots replenished casualties freeing airplanes from the reserve airfield.

 

This mission was rich on action. Fights were frequent and decisive.

My wingmen Ktif was able to maintain formation throughout the sorties and was pretty efficient.

=LwS=Wise - bomber and ground attack pilot, proved himself as a very good fighter pilot. Good job!

Adler Blau was very effective as a Fw190 group leader. He always managed to arrive exactly on time to every "Hot" area and combat effectiveness was very high.

Finnish pilots also proved to be effective.

They were used as a front line troops and thus always faced the most challenging skirmishes, allowing other groups to focus on bombers and ground attack airplanes.

Despite the fact that all airplanes are allowed in IW, no unbalances were found. Airplane type is determined mostly by the assigned mission.

Cooperation and tactic lead to victory. Not airplane types.

 

First and Second fights videos:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why it is always better to have a wingmen:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also would like to congratulate blue team with victory in the sky

Casualties were 20:27 (Germans destroyed more). These are good results, especially against experiences and slightly overconfident enemy.

The combat was mostly at the low altitudes, where soviet airplanes usually have advantage.

 

In previous seasons:

 

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New season:

 

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Thanks for the server, even under heavy load there were no lags.

 

 

 

 

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Hi,

 

I would like to participate too - as I wanted last Saturday. I created an account on your web-site, but wasn't assigned to any group, not even

as reserve pilot. Is your server only for existing teams or can someone like me joint a squadron?

 

I've got all the hard- and software needed, can taxi, take off, fly in formation and land without wreckage (well, most of the time). EN

is not my mother tongue, but I can speak fluently as FR and GE too. RU is a beautiful language, but alas I do not master it in any way.

 

My preferred side is definitely RED, but I didn't see how to apply for the RED side, so I chose the BLUE.

 

Would be nice to here from you.

 

Cheers

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Hmm, Will ask people who is responsible for the website to look at your problem.

 

You are very welcome to participate. When you came last Friday we were in the middle of the action thats why were unable to help much.

 

This season red side is usually 1-2 pilots short, so you will be a perfect candidate.

 

This time most of the Red team are actually Russians. But some of them can speak English pretty good.

 

Blue team is more diverse.

 

Even if website will not work for you, you can just come to team speak 30 min before the mission start and team commanders will take care of you 

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20.10.2017 - Preparation - Luftwaffe

 

=J13=xarann: Oberleutnant rank assigned (10 successful flights incl. 6 transporting flights)

SDPG_Rokot: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (2 destroyed targets by assault flight)

=LwS=Zweit: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (9 successful flights incl. 5 transporting flights)

 

=KK=Ktif: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (1х shot down one-engine enemy aircraft, 1х shot down two-engine enemy aircraft), Leutnant rank assigned

=LwS=Wize: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz I (4х shot down one-engine enemy aircraft), reprimand for crashing during landing (as a result rank promotion was postponed till the next flights)

 

I./KG40_rgrec: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (2 destroyed targets by horizontal bombing)

I./KG53Riedel: Leutnant rank assigned (performing of successful bombing raid to the enemy target object)

I./KG53Wermut: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (2 destroyed targets by horizontal bombing)

 

=J13=Shershen: reprimand for crashing during landing

Baron von Myakin: reprimand for crashing during landing

 

LLv32_vvaris: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (1х shot down two-engine enemy aircraft)

SFF_Esso: rewarded with Eisernes Kreuz II (1х shot down two-engine enemy aircraft)

 

 

Please notice that rewarding system was changed a bit. Some rewards and promotions were made also according to the achievements during the two first missions. All given rewards before remain in force. These current rewards are made only for active pilots in the last mission. Rewards of other pilots will be updated later when the pilots take part in missions again. 

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Last missions was European Air Force very first in In War, and I hope it was not our last.

We where looking for immersion,…and we found it  :biggrin:
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Couple of screenshots from last bombers raids 27-28.10.2017

 

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