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allenjb42, July 15, 2019 in Thirdwire: Strike Fighters 2 Series - Screen Shots
Know your Jaws quotes....... "What kinda shark is it ?"
Turning on final.....
2 Seats x 2
Korea, early 1950. A rare daylight sighting of a flight of F-7F Tigercats.....
Watching the wingman recover...
It's the little things...
On the run in....
Boom & Zoom.........
Dhimar Air Force wild weasel ...
you know, one of my ideas that never progressed too far was to have the Lexington take on some TA-4s and Stoofs or Sea Kings for convoy escort duty, as well as a major what if with the above on a Forrestal that actually became a CVT.
mandatory screenie (not my work, but a glimpse into the future)
working on these, I can't get Pink Floyd out of my head...
The B-45 Mentor was an armed T-34 with wing guns made for light attack.
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Another teacher, this time from the Great White North (and it's 2 year service life!!!)
BTW. The armament with R-3S (AA-2 Atoll) was rather a joke then a real option. The L-39 was to slow to reach the minimum lauch speed of the Atoll. Only in dive the speed could be reached. Thatswhy this armament was tactical nonsense.
Hey, is that friendly?
Back in the Bad Old Days, attrition was going to be a serious problem for NATO forces, forcing you to sometimes go with what you got for the mission tasking. So let's go kill a Hardened Shelter.
This is called the I Lost sight of it: Where The F**k is it???!!!??? maneuver.
Lost my wingman who decided to go chasing after a Sam Site....and ran into a nest of ZSU-23's. But the target was hit, and home at last.
L-410 Turbolet. Small turboprop plane for two pilots, made in Czechoslovakia.
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