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A little short-time 

 

Can we have 1 of the free slots on the allied side? Yak is fine!

thx and See you tonight

Cheers

Biggles

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Signups are Closed...

T-34 slots are removed due to lack of interest.

Server will be locked at 46 players.

 

Looking forward to flying with ya's,

Tip

 

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Tip, thanks for all the hard work over the years.  What a special event and group of guys.  Loads of fun!  

 

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Yep , thanks for all the work and time put into those great event .

These last sorties were quite emotionnal , nice to be back to stalingrad too !

Thanks to all !

C you all soon it has been great flying S , meeting nice guys , yep loads of fun !

Thank you ...

ScreenshotS may be this week end !

Bye all !

 

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Last FNBF and my first hardware problems during all these events surfaced. a restart quickly solved the problem. Thank you for all these friday night highlights. For this I am grateful. And thank you for having JU 52´s in the last event. That was really special to me. I hope you understand the importance of your work and how appreciated it was for so many.

I would not have flown this game for so long if it has not been for this event. Again many thanks

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Really enjoyed last night, even if I had to crash land 3 times!

Thanks for the hard work, Tip, and the opportunity to fly with very competent, like-minded flyers.

It was always a pleasure, even when the cold sweats started due to tracers whizzing around my cockpit.

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we really enjoyed the last FNBF Flight on this particular Friday. it was A PLEASURE to fly with you as Always!

THX FOR TIP AND DBS TO MAKE THIS HAPPEN!

now fridays will never be the same again ! we will really miss it .

it was a honour for us PILOTS to share with you the skies over Russia in 1942 and 1943

as always you find pics from the last FNBF Event Epilogue, unsorted , but may be you recognize yourselves or yr wingman

Horrido see you in the skies!

II/JG11ATLAN,

II/JG11PUMA 

II/JG11TERZEROLE

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1 hour ago, II/JG11ATLAN said:

 

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Being the pilot of this La-5 I can tell you that this was the result of a mid air collision with an allied plane and surely not the work of a german plane. 

 

Usual german propaganda 🙄

 

Ps: Atlan, what happened over Stalingrad when you spinned out of control and crashed in the city? I was trying to shot at you 😆

Anyway, it was a good fight 😉

 

Alex

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4 minutes ago, Alexmarine28 said:

 

 

Being the pilot of this La-5 I can tell you that this was the result of a mid air collision with an allied plane and surely not the work of a german plane. 

 

Usual german propaganda 🙄

 

Ps: Atlan, what happened over Stalingrad when you spinned out of control and crashed in the city? I was trying to shot at you 😆

Anyway, it was a good fight 😉

 

Alex

Problems with joystick and rudders and today blue screen win10 telling attempted write to readonly memory

Any idea?

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3 minutes ago, II/JG11ATLAN said:

Problems with joystick and rudders and today blue screen win10 telling attempted write to readonly memory

Any idea?

 

I thought it was a flak burst that got your tail but wasn't sure...

Actullay it has been two days since I have massive FPS drops in game and I was lucky that they happened only while I was still on the ground yesterday evening... Now that I think of it they started after a Win10 update...

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Thanks a lot for your missions Tip and DBS team.

 

We appreciate a lot and we are looking forward the next season ! 🙂

 

 

 

 

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Hi  guys,

If you wonder:

"Where the hell was Biggles"

I was in the middle of a very large group of Stuka`s!

I was a bit surprised too, they looked like Bees!

Surrounding me!

 

From the ground it must have looked like an AIRSHOW!

 

Nice flying!

THX all of all the hours of fun in FNBN!

And Cheers for Tip!

 

Biggles

 

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And A nice screen of two Dutch Spitfire in FNBN!

 

Voorwaards Muizen!

 

Cheers

Biggles

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Sorry: Pilot kill! :unsure:

 

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1 hour ago, 1.JaVA_Biggles said:

"Where the hell was Biggles"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 :biggrin: 

1.JaVA a stalwart since Mission 8.

We couldn't of done this without ya's along with the UF's, -IRRE-s, LaLs, 6./JG5s etc. etc...

:salute:

 

Great pics all and a excellent mission. Thank you.

Looking forward to 216ths maritime massacre report. Along with  Pe-2, 110s, Ju-87s and the Ducks biz.

Tip 

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Tip

 

 
I would like to thank you very much for this wonderful event. We have enjoyed it very much with our team . 

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4 hours ago, 1.JaVA_Biggles said:

Hi  guys,

If you wonder:

"Where the hell was Biggles"

I was in the middle of a very large group of Stuka`s!

I was a bit surprised too, they looked like Bees!

Surrounding me!

 

From the ground it must have looked like an AIRSHOW!

 

Nice flying!

THX all of all the hours of fun in FNBN!

And Cheers for Tip!

 

Biggles

 

Well, it was one of the nicest Stuka Kills I got so far. I told everyone the Stuka is a great Fighter and got to prove it. 

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31 minutes ago, 6./ZG26_Klaus_Mann said:

 

Well, it was one of the nicest Stuka Kills I got so far. I told everyone the Stuka is a great Fighter and got to prove it. 

 

Yeah! 

A real killer bee😊

my Yak took A lot of punishment!

a pity I was alone!

 

nice performance 👏

Cheers 

Biggles

 

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On ‎6‎/‎9‎/‎2018 at 3:59 PM, [DBS]Tx_Tip said:

 

Looking forward to 216ths maritime massacre report. Along with  Pe-2, 110s, Ju-87s and the Ducks biz.

Tip 

Untill somebody comes up with something better,a little impression of my view :

 

 

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6 hours ago, 216th_SilentEskimo said:

Untill somebody comes up with something better,a little impression of my view :

 

Well ya'll said you wanted something different for this last one. Double/Triple vision. :) Dropped a link to deactivate the C-trig for the ship routine. Sorry about that gents. Did create a target rich environment for ya's though.

 

Some shots of the first sortie for the He-111 crewe. Target  for Today: The Large Factory Complex at Leninsk.

Although there was a lone Yak shadowing us. Strong escort on the ingress negated any air to air...

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Hits on Target...

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Past the Volga on egress with a couple Heinkels trailing due to flak damage the Boogiemen show up...

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Some gotta Win... Some gotta Lose... Tailend Charlie got the Blues...

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Excellent Action out there Folks...

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So what happened to the 216th?

Along with our trusty escorts Lucas and Alexmarine we took six Il-2s. Nocke, SilentEskimo, Cathaoir, Pod, 1.JaVa Jumper and myself to attack the Beketovka docks. Wiped out a flotilla of small torpedo boats and sunk a 7000-tonner but lost half the flight due to flak.

2nd sortie went to Barrikady and disposed of the tank columns there for a couple of losses - JG5 Schuck got amongst us at one point.

3rd sortie - now this was even more  interesting! Back to a point on the Volga north of Beketovka to dispose of an S-boat patrol; here's Nocke doing just that:

 

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then down the river to bomb the warehouses. However, as we approached, another swarm of little E-boats rushed out to greet us!

 

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They were a new German secret type - triple-hulled oscillating boats!

 

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Not only triple-hulled but triple-armed; there are six AAA guns on this 'boat'! Quite a lot of flak!

 

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Nevertheless we began to take them out... I spotted this one trying to escape into the woods :blink:

 

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Between Eskimo and myself we finished off the truants, which rolled over and sank into the marsh.

 

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Eventually the multiple AAA was too much and we lost all aircraft except one, but we did get a lot of ship kills!

 

Great fun Tip, thankyou to yourself and DBS for putting this event on for us - hopefully you will be able to do some more later on. Friday's won't be the same now.

Cheers. :salute:

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Great post Cat. Thought you'd enjoy seeing one run aground. Albeit originally it was only clipping the coast and then jumping back into the river. What a hoot!

 

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Okay, here´s what happened to 110´s. Last FNBF, my first AAR :)

Bf-110´s were assigned to attack tank column near Ezovka, north of Stalingrad. I joined forces with SCG_CorZero and and SCG_happy_meal.

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After we got confirmation from the G-14's that the sky was clear of enemy, we began pouring hell on 1st Guards. Racked up decent amount of ground kills. But our work was all but finished.

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For second sortie we decided to concentrate on remaining tanks that were lurking under the canvases. Our tools of the trade were Hs-129 and two 110 G-2's. Enroute to target we ran into a group of A20's doing something we thought they shouldn´t.

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The decision was easy: we jettisoned our ordnances and attacked the bombers.

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The flight of G-14´s, our guardians above, joined willingly the fight. All (but one?) unescorted bombers were destroyed.

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We continued our original plan, but unfortunately we've lost the Hs-129. The 110 G-2´s strafing runs were successful, but as it so often goes, we over extended our invitation, and got jumped by a La-5 and a Yak. After an intense, yet desperate fight, the G2's were lost. Two of our pilots were KIA, one walked back to the base after bailing out.

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In my opinion FNBF got a worthy finale. Very immersive, action packed and intense event as usual, enjoyed it immensely. Thank you Tip for your hard work and everybody else who´s participated. It´s been great to be able to take part of this! :salute:

 

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Comrades! It is one of the best traditions of the Great Red Air Fleet to defeat the Blue and foster the fine arts. We were able to win the famous Alexander Iwanowitsch Laktionow to paint night and day. So now we're able to present the great patriotic cycle "Stalingrad, Steppe, Peschka". I dare to say some of these remarkable pieces of Soviet realism once will be a seen in any school book!

 

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Westward over the river Volga - against then enemy!

 

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The river Don - further on!

 

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The might comes down on them!

 

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Teeth of the enemy

 

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Comrade, will you make it home?

 

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Keep your distance when we become angry

 

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Volga, Steppe, Stalingrad - he made it!

 

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Home sweet home - proud Peschkas

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