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Sokol last won the day on February 8 2017

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  1. Wrench & Menrva, these are good news. is there a way for all those engaged in vietnam-stuff here at Combatace to combine their work ? it is a real pity that we have the big split between the DAT-people (their boss is, well, weird), the YAP-folks and Combatace, which is a real community and has always been the place of hope for me. do you consider a two-stage release procedure: - stage 1 - the aircraft - they would make a nice christmas present for the community - stage 2 - the terrain(s) ? of course it is your work and you decide ;-) please keep up the good work. cheers sokol
  2. Hi in 2020 Wrench & Co. have started a very intersting project on the French airwar in Indochina of the early 1950is and shown some teasing and promising screenshots in their screenshot thread. is this project still alive ? if so - two weeks ? cheers sokol
  3. for my part, i would very much appreciate to have those fine skins of yours on my hard drive ;-) you are a master of arts cheers sokol
  4. very nice, and very welcomed. do you consider supplying a template for the audience ? thank you for all your work ;-)
  5. B-21 Raider reveal

    a marvel of technology - 600 - 700 mio. $ a piece, flown by humans and/or artificial intelligence, dropping its smart payload anywhere in the world and undetectable by any enemy - but deep inside me the question looms: is this what the world really needs?
  6. Hi, there is a very promising thread on WTR - when thunder rolled - here at Combatace. How about Yankee Air Pirate, though ? I remember having read somewhere that some people are working on this and trying to refurbish Shelton's baby for SF2. Do they cooperate with WTR ? Or any other news on YAP ? It will be certainly nice to have two different Vietnam-add-ons, but me thinks it would be much better to have an integrated one. What do you think ? cheers Sokol
  7. hi there is a nice little app / tool in the download section here at combatace dogfight, by Gary Ireland. it does what it says: it provides an easy way to generate simple dogfight-missions. maybe this is useful to you ?! cheers sokol
  8. @yakarov this is a very atmospheric picture. may I ask which terrain is it ? required screenie
  9. Eagle, you lead a very impressive life. may I wish you all the best and the courage to keep up your fight for a good life. sokol
  10. @Flogger23 your Su-15 looks marvellous. which / whose model is it ? do you release these skins ? required screenshot:
  11. Iranian F-14s in Retrospect

    many thanks to Migbuster for your research and careful argumentation. as for Tom Cooper he sure is one of the leading public experts on the Middle East conflicts, but he often seems to take first person accounts as truth and at face value. btw, he sports a very heavy bias against Soviet equipment. as for MiG-23 vs Mirage F1 I remember having read that South-african Mirages were totally outclassed by Cuban MiGs in the "bush / Angolan war" during the 1980ies. cheers sokol
  12. Hi more villages and more populated areas are a very good idea, imho. some regions in Vietnam have always been very densely populated - the river deltas for example, but: the northeastern provinces are not among these population centers. btw, current google earth images may be deceptive, as the population in the late seventies was less than half of what it is now. so - less people, less villages. looking forward to the new terrain ;-) sokol

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