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This pleases me
What planes are getting FM changes in 1.43?
>I think the first step toward naval forces is those extended Missions gaijin is promising. You know, where the mission can last hours with people coming and leaving.
If that's whats required in order for us few dedicated naval fags to have our dream near-autist levels of WWII naval gunnery and gameplay well then I'm all for it.
Now that I think about it, Arcade naval might be more so something like Battlestations Duel mode where you pit a certain class of ship against each other and duke it out for points and control of a map I suppose.
Unrealistic but it would make it fun and less time consuming for others as well.
Destroyer vs. Destroyer, Cruiser vs. Cruiser all those made for some good fun chaotic rounds in BSP
Post aesthetically pleasing ships. I've always had a soft spot for Dido Class Cruisers.
All WWII Royal Navy warships look aesthetically pleasing to me, its why I'm so hype that Gaijin is giving us naval forces.
These mighty vessels will sail once more.
Truly the last great era of British naval design.
Modern warships are effective but fugly.
>this beautiful ship will never be in War Thunder
Isn't it sad?
Sucks we might not have any pre-dreads or pre-modernization WWI ships but its better than nothing.
Although I never heard it mentioned anywhere how far back Gaijin will go with ships, so if we do get them, I will be excite
>tfw she is the only Tribal Class Destroyer left in existence
I can't think of any other ships apart from HMS Belfast, HMS Haida and USS Missouri that are still afloat.
>tfw going to be ready for the iL28 before the "coming soon )))" patch
not pictured are two player kills, one f6f and one p39
American pilots, amirite?
>I can't think of any other ships apart from HMS Belfast, HMS Haida and USS Missouri that are still afloat.
About 8 US Battleships including the Missouri.
Then a bunch more US ships and others-
The most recent addition is the Iowa, rusting away for years in Reserve Fleet Dock now turned into a museum.
What BR is the IL-28 going to be? Also will it have assraping defensive armament? I need to know if I will get free bomber kills in my Panther and Meteor since I can't kill Mig-15s and Canadairs
inb4 the IL-28 is faster than me
I always have have split second of surprise remembering the FW190D-12 exists.
I bought the D-13 and then when you unlock the D-9 you can research the Ta 152.
Is there even a point in flying it now that it has the same BR as the TA 152?
>8 US Battleships
Damn, I wish we kept more of our old warships afloat.
>tfw my city's namesake has been towed away to Turkey for scrap
>Seen action in the Falklands
>Argie surrender of South Georgia was signed on her
>Took part in every action of the war
>Despite protests we couldn't keep her in dock as a museum to our city's massive naval heritage
Fucking bullshit, all she needed was a bit of a clean up.
>the Bundesmarine had a training cruiser
>smallest German cruiser commissioned since 1915
I wonder if we are going to be able to name our ships.
On the kill feed and player list will it show
player (Queen Elizabeth-class)
or player H.M.S. Warspite (Queen Elizabeth-class)
Obviously more of a curiosity with Battleships and Battlecruisers since there were so few of them, for Destroyers and the like you won't be seeing many named duplicates but you certainly will with Battleships.
But since there are so few Battleships I think they're just going to go by configuration and name so you'll be seeing-
player HMS Warspite (BB)
player 2 HMS Warspite (BB)
player 3 HMS Warspite (BB)
player 4 HMS Sovereign (BB)
player 5 HMS Belfast (BB)
player 6 HMS Dicks (DE)
Or what have you
IL-28 should be going 800-900km/h and it has the 2x 23mm rear guns, 2x forward firing and 3000kg bomb load. I'd say 8.3 BR.
Poor Brits have a terrible record of treating their ships with respect and honor post-war.
Would have been nice if a few of these mighty vessels like Warspite were kept afterwards, as by today they would serve as poignant reminders of the strength and reach of the British Naval Empire.
was that style of RATO really effective and widespread, or are they just using the same model for every RATO using plane
BS Pacific had the best sountrack for naval combat.
Plymouth city council put a bid in to buy her and bring her down to Plymouth but the people who had it under their legal care said we didn't have anywhere to berth her.
>Biggest naval base in Western Europe
>South Yard is never used anymore
They just wanted to sell her for scrap.
>going through list of Kriegsmarine ships
>used as torpedo target post war
>destroyed in nuke testing
Russkies, what teh fuck
Poor nips, they really loved their Yamato.
I hate how instead of keeping them as war trophies, we nuked the fuck out of the majority German and Japanese battleships and cruisers.
Woo look at all dem guns and splosions
What does this have to do honor and respect? It's still an inanimate chunk of metal. You won't hurt its feelings or anything by getting rid of it when it's of no use anymore.
Don't insult my waifu like that
oh god I can't even say that without feeling disgusted fuck kancolle too
That inanimate chunk of metal is a piece of history you dunce.
Why do you think we still keep the USS Olympia and still have the USS Constitution as an active commissioned US Navy vessel.
To preserve history.
I would too I like the art because they're attractive that's about it
To respect and honor those who sailed on her, as well as her legacy as a vessel under war.
Sailors get really attached to their ships in ways that pilots and tank drivers might not even.
For months on end that ship is your only source of anything around the endless vast sea that stretches out in all directions.
The money of private companies has nothing to do with the financial state of the UK. The state hasn't been in possession of HMS Plymouth ever since she was decommissioned in 1988.
>Economy is projected to grow again
I'd say we're doing just fine.
T'is all a ruse. She is waiting until the time is right then she will seize power. Nigel will be powerless to stop the German war machine.
Please do surprise us, anything is better than whimpering away in an increasingly multiculti shithole
Give us the great resolve again oh Deutschland.
>le minmay animay maymay
looks like shit but I learned a lot so next time I'll be able to actually put effort into the skin instead of fighting with the GIMP
Post some recommended reading
>tfw no bf to lovingly maintenance and take on a nice date over a temperate forest
>The SS Stephen Hopkins was a United States Merchant Marine Liberty ship that served in World War II. She was the first and last US merchant vessel to sink a German surface combatant during the war.
>due to fog, Hopkins and the German commerce raider (with tender) were only two miles apart when they first spotted each other
>refused to surrender
>outgunned but a continuous stream of volunteers kept manning the single 4 inch gun
>after a brief but fierce battle (1 hour), both ships were reduced to wrecks
>Hopkins sank and the German ship was scuttled two hours later
>most of the crew of the Hopkins died (45) in the fight and the survivors (15) drifted in a lifeboat until they reached the shores of Brazil - one month later
>outgunned but a continuous stream of volunteers kept manning the single 4 inch gun
Jesus christ, surrender never even entered their thoughts.
So much damn courage and selfless sacrifice in WWII
What the fuck is wrong with you
What's with all those ships
Post planes, faggots
But of course, how silly of my to remark upon the past.
I'll post both, I post tanks too.
Victor was a beauty.
Shame it can never fly again.
Any flight sim that has it?
This is also awesome
>only games I play these days are War Thunder and Skyrim
>Elder Scrolls 6 will likely come out around 2017
>War Thunder ships look like they're going to be released around the same time
>tfw balance and map design are so terrible right now in tonks I'm seriously reinstalling WoT
>Coincidentally, the Cap Trafalgar, also intended for use against enemy merchant fleets, had been altered to resemble the Carmania; some accounts wrongly claimed that both ships were disguised as each other.[
>Both the British and German commanders believed that in order to obtain a decisive victory, they would need more space to maneuver their ships. They steamed several miles into open sea before turning into each other and commencing hostilities.
>After receiving Cap Trafalgar's distress call, the SMS Kronprinz Wilhelm arrived near the battle scene. Fearing a British attack, assuming the Cap Trafalgar had already been sunk, and not knowing the poor condition of Carmania, she turned around and steamed away.
Haha Jesus christ, incredible.
i thought they were backing away from the third reich style of moderation but i guess not
what's the point of a forum if you cant shittalk other players?
>The repair ship USS Mindanao. On Nov 11, 1944 the ammunition ship Mount Hood exploded while anchored at Seeadler Harbor, Manus. The Mindanao was 350 yards away and suffered heavy damage.
Nice crew you have there
>Experienced Gunners 2/1,980
>Upgrade Qualification to Expert 93859272 Lions
Ammunition ship explosions are no joke
holy shit brits
"8 June, a group of RAF Hawker Typhoons attacked the 175th Infantry Regiment, 29th U.S. Infantry Division on the Isigny Highway, France, causing 24 casualties."
"7 August, a RAF Hawker Typhoon strafed a squad from 'F' Company/US 120th Infantry Regiment, near Hill 314, France, killing two men. Around noon on the same day, RAF Hawker Typhoon of the 2TAF was called in to assist the US 823rd Tank Destroyer Battalion in stopping an attack by the 2nd SS Panzer Division between Sourdeval and Mortain but instead fired its rockets at two US 3-inch guns near L'Abbaye Blanche, killing one man and wounding several others even after the yellow smoke (which was to identify friendlies) was put out. Two hours later, an RAF Typhoon shot up the Service Company of the 120th Infantry Regiment, US 30th Division, causing several casualties, including Major James Bynum who was killed near Mortain. The officer who replaced him was strafed by another Typhoon a few minutes later and seriously wounded. Around the same time, a Hawker Typhoon attacked the Cannon Company of 120th Infantry Regiment, US 30th Division, near Mortain, killing 15 men. An hour later, RAF Typhoons strafed 'B' Company/US 120th Infantry Regiment on Hill 285, killing a driver of a weapons carrier."
more to come
"8 August, near Mortain, France, RAF Hawker Typhoons attacked two Sherman tanks of 'C' Company, US 743rd Tank Battalion with rockets, killing 5 tank crewmen and wounding 10 soldiers. Later that day, two Shermans from 'A' Company, US 743rd Tank Battalion were destroyed and set ablaze by RAF Typhoons near Mortain. One tank crewman was killed and 12 others wounded.
9 August, a RAF Hawker Typhoon strafed units of the British Columbia Regiment and the Algonquin Regiment, 4th Canadian Armoured Division, near Quesnay Wood during Operation Totalize, causing several casualties. Later that day, the same units were mistakenly fired upon by tanks and artillery of the 1st Polish Armoured Division, resulting in more casualties.
12 August, RAF Hawker Typhoons fired rockets at Shermans of 'A' Company, US 743rd Tank Battalion, near Mortain, France, causing damage to one tank and badly injuring 2 tank crewmen.
13 August, 12 British soldiers of 'B' Company, 4th Wiltshires, 43rd Wessex Division, were killed and 25 others wounded when they were hit by rockets and machine gun attacks by RAF Typhoons near La Villette, Calvados, France."
not even ships where safe
"On 27 August, a minesweeping flotilla of Royal Navy ships came under fire. At about noon of the 27th, HMS Britomart, Salamander, Hussar and Jason came under rocket and cannon attacks by Hawker Typhoons of No. 263 Squadron RAF and No. 266 Squadron RAF. HMS Britomart and HMS Hussar took direct hits and were sunk. HMS Salamander had her stern blown off and sustained heavy damage. HMS Jason was raked by machine gun fire, killing and wounding several of her crew. Two of the accompanying trawlers were also hit. The total loss of life was 117 sailors killed and 153 wounded. The attack had continued despite the attempts by the ships to signal that they were friendly and radio requests by the commander of the aircraft for clarification of his target. In the aftermath the surviving sailors were told to keep quiet about the attack. "
>incompetent at everything
I defy you to find anyone who was as good at rendering German cities to ashes as Bomber Command.
>tfw your first flight in a Hellcat and you down a Spitfire
boy you fellas weren't kidding about those six fifties
what the fuck brits
>27 June – a group of RAF Vickers Wellingtons bombed the units of 4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters), British 7th Armoured Division and the British 3rd Hussars during a two-hour raid near Mersa Matruh, Egypt, killing over 359 troops and wounding 560. The aftermath of RAF raids at this time were also seen by the Germans: "... The RAF had bombed their own troops, and with tracer flying in all directions, German units fired on each other. At 0500 hours next morning 28 June, I drove up to the breakout area where we had spent such a disturbed night. There we found a number of lorries filled with the mangled corpses of New Zealanders who had been killed by the British bombs
>BR in a F-86 absolutely HAS to steal my bot kill
>"I set him on fire"
Motherfucker I set him on fire and critted his wing, he was clearly going down and you sprayed him merely seconds before he crashed
If I hadn't gotten 2 other kills I'd be mad pissed right now. Getting kills as an F9F when every other plane in your team is Sabres feels so good.
>including Major James Bynum who was killed near Mortain. The officer who replaced him was strafed by another Typhoon a few minutes later and seriously wounded.
Oh god my sides
Typhoon pilots confirmed for ace teamkillers.
50cals are rape on wings when you hit the right spot
>climb for a while, no one around
>spot several Spits and Tempests
>suicide run, target a Spitfire that either hasn't noticed me or is flying all low and slow for whatever reason
>open fire at about 300 m
>entire plane explodes in a ball of glorious fire as I zoom past it at 700 kph
get rekked by the other enemies that were patrolling the area
Still, it felt damn good.
>half of the team fucks off in a random direction, dooming us immediately
Did they nerf/unbreak the F9F-2? I remember this bad boy used to do like 860 kph in level flight at low altitude, but I just played a match with it and it had trouble breaking 780. And I'm sure it turns worse too.
>teammates organize in three groups
>each of them flies away in different directions
>me against the whole team while every friendly is 25 kms away
I'd try to go with them but I ain't catching a bunch of Sabres with a F9F or a Sea Meteor.
>killing one man and wounding several others even after the yellow smoke (which was to identify friendlies) was put out.
>9 August, a RAF Hawker Typhoon strafed units of the British Columbia Regiment and the Algonquin Regiment, 4th Canadian Armoured Division, near Quesnay Wood during Operation Totalize, causing several casualties.
>Later that day, the same units were mistakenly fired upon by tanks and artillery of the 1st Polish Armoured Division, resulting in more casualties.
>The attack had continued despite the attempts by the ships to signal that they were friendly and radio requests by the commander of the aircraft for clarification of his target. In the aftermath the surviving sailors were told to keep quiet about the attack. "
> The RAF had bombed their own troops, and with tracer flying in all directions, German units fired on each other
Jesus fucking christ was the later part of WWII a giant fucking mess of friendly fire?
And I still remember the endless news coverage during the 2003 War when a US soldier shot another in a FF incident on the battlefield.
Yet I never heard about all these FF incidents till right fucking now, jesus I never even heard of the Tempest and Typhoons till War Thunder really.
Is the only reason that there are no Hurricane and Spitfire friendly fire incidents because those were only mainly used in the defense of Britain until phased out by the others for general use over Europe?
Is there some magical force of nature by which BRs stop being retarded when they play jets? Whenever I see BRs in my team flying props they tend to act slav levels of retarded, but with jets it's like they suddenly learn the concepts of teamwork, communication, situational awareness, etc
Yes, and spitfires and hurricanes were mostly just used for air supremacy, typhoons were nice for ground attack since their cannons would rip halftracks to shreds so they would constantly be on the watch for vehicles. It would be hard to identify a vague moving convoy or camouflaged blob in the woods at high altitude
there were a million A-10 incidents in the middle eastern wars for the same reason, even with modern FLIR and nice camera imaging CAS pilots fuck up all the time
I remember one incident where an attack helicopter pilot thought that a camera was a portable rocket projector and killed some reports and a whole bunch of civilians including a few children for good measure.
I never knew the friendly fire during the war was that fucking bad, and I though I had already read about all the secretive and little known events of the war like Exercise Tiger
In the 2003 war the US probably suffered more losses from friendly fire than actual combat with the enemy. It doesn't make great news though.
Then and now. My guess would be that the RAF wasn't alone in the number of friendly personnel and assets it destroyed.
It's one of those things about war that people always leave out of the stories because it makes everyone sound like a retard.
>It's one of those things about war that people always leave out of the stories because it makes everyone sound like a retard.
Makes the whole damn chaotic racket seem even more so chaotic and insane.
I wonder if there were more FF incident in WWI than WWII, certainly from gas attacks.
Developed from the An-2A for use as a Balloon interceptor to intercept reconnaissance balloons from, US intelligence assets, over-flying the USSR. The prototype was converted from a Kiev built An-2 (c/n 110347315) using the Turbo-charged Ash-62IR/TK of the 'An-6 Meteo' and a combined searchlight/gun turret mounted on top of the rear fuselage, which mounted either a single Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23 23mm calibre twin-barrelled cannon or a single Afanas'yev A-12.7 12.7mm calibre heavy machine-gun.
> Developed from the An-2A for use as a Balloon interceptor to intercept reconnaissance balloons from, US intelligence assets, over-flying the USSR.
>mounted either a single Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23 23mm calibre twin-barrelled cannon or a single Afanas'yev A-12.7 12.7mm calibre heavy machine-gun.
>mounted either a single Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23 23mm calibre twin-barrelled cannon
>GSh-23 23mm calibre twin-barrelled cannon
>Rate of fire 3,400-3,600 rounds/min
Muzzle velocity 715 m/s (2,350 ft/s)
>watch your CO get fucking murdered by a group of typhoons, end up having to take charge of your entire battalion out of the blue while desperately screaming ceasefire on your shitty radio
>two hours later you hear planes and look up, hoping for a supply drop or perhaps a friendly patrol of P47's scanning the area
>that looming horror when the silhouette of a RAF typhoon comes out of the clouds guns blazing
Beats being in a life raft in shark infested waters.
After just beating back a force that outnumbered and outgunned you 10:1, 5inch:18inch, with you the only thing stopping a hundred million marines from being obliterated by naval bombardment.
Forced to crash land your plane into the ocean because the escort carrier you took off from is at the bottom of the sea.
Also those poor sailors from USS Indianapolis
Meant hundred thousand*
> and an Allied convoy positioning itself for the landing was attacked by E-boats of the German Navy (Kriegsmarine), resulting in the deaths of 946 American servicemen
>The incident was under the strictest secrecy at the time due to the impending invasion, and was only nominally reported afterward; as a result it has been called "forgotten".
Jeez thats fucked up
>End up having to fight up to 5 german planes over my airfield because burger teams are ass
>Critically damaged staying below 200m struggling to even stay in the air let alone avoid fire staying below 300km/h
>One crashes trying to dive on me
>One gets scratched by AAA and starts leaking fuel
>Eventually get shot down
Meanwhile if I so much as even look at enemy base AAA going 500km/h I get one shotted.
How do I get good with the Me410?
It's out-turned by other heavy fighters and nearly everything it faces is faster and accelerates better so trying to turn gets you killed and trying to run gets you killed slowly.
Not to mention there's always enemies above you.
inb4 git gud
>not wanting B-29
>not wanting america bomber bias
>not wanting to survive getting hit by everything and drop a gorillion bombs on the enemy's shit
>Force single engine fighters into head ons
>Always jump into a mess of friendly and enemy fighters at low alt
>Try and retain as much of a heigh advantage as possible
Once you fly it enough you will dogfight fighters with ease. Air starts on some maps help a lot and once you get the B-6 R/3 you will be unstoppable.
The Italian Littorio-class battleships were pretty sexy.
Here's a picture of the Roma. She never fired her guns in anger and was in service for a little over a year before she was sunk.
A tremendous failure, like the rest of the Italian war effort.
did you design this game? no? then how do decide what should be in someone elses game and what shouldn't?
>Start grinding T4 planes during free premium
>Really enjoying it
>Unless I have the perfect game my plane costs so much to repair I bleed lions on every loss
>Can no longer enjoy RB because I can't fly the plane I want to fly while grinding
>Hate it but never lose lions no matter what
>Forced to either play a different plane in RB or play AB with this plane
I hate this game.
Gaijin will never replace the current shit F-84 with the best F-84.
i know right? Moar jet plz
Even better that she was sunk by the Germans, using radio controlled bombs fired from Do 217s.
They knew the Italians had signed an armistice agreement, and the Italian fleet was steaming towards Malta to surrender. They denied the Allies a significant prize.
If you join a game and fly around in a circle over over airfield and win you will get a few RP and a fair amount of SL. If you lose you get less RP and a few SL.
If you actually accomplish something useful like shooting at another plane or ground target you obviously also get stuff, it flashes on screen.
I don't know what more you want, how much RP do you think you should get for doing nothing useful?
Weren't battleships rather useless by world war 2? It seems to me that outside of bombardment they were too slow to really keep up in fleet engagements and too large a target/costly to morale for risking them in most operations. It seems to me that cruisers usually did most of the workload that battleships were built for, and were much more resilient against carrier attack by being smaller and faster.
at least that's what I get from playing WiTP:AA as japan, i'm too scared of sending my battleships out because american carriers are everywhere, fuck, go home waitu piggu
You shouldn't use "it seems to me" so many times in quick succession, it makes it sound like you care about your own opinion just as much as the rest of us.
I'm sad to learn that WitP does not stand for War in the Pocket.
Ki-84 was pretty fucking big
Length: 9.92 m (32 ft 7 in)
Wingspan: 11.238 m (36 ft 11 in)
Length: 8.95 m (29 ft 7 in)
Wingspan: 9.925 m (32 ft 6 in)
Length: 32 ft 3 in (9.83 m)
Wingspan: 37 ft 0 in (11.28 m)
>people were short back then.
Every man in these photos is taller than the average Japanese soldier in WWII
The section of the ship the first turret is mounted on is not critical. It should be able to float with either front or back ends removed
Can't wait to see what sorta damage models the ships will have.
They were more useful in the Mediterranean and the pacific. only because of their ability to being heavy guns and provide shore bombardment. but even then of dubious benefit compared to an equivalent manpower and material being spent on airplanes and airmen or on land based artillery.
battleships were only safe to use when the battle was almost assuredly won
the atlantic was terrible for battleships. it was only submarines vs convoys. the Atlantic was all about escort carriers, air cover and small ships like destroyers, corvettes and light cruisers.
>I have shot down the same person 6 games in a row now
>He does the exact same thing every time
>He knows I'm coming to get him and knows I can outfly him
And yet he persists. Is this the reason for inflated BRs?
Haven't played my big gun Hayate outside that zengzhou event the other day, decided to queue up for RB. Got slavs, asked what we're fighting
Apparently we were fighting planes that dont exist
That being said I killed 2 slavs and Tetsuo, one gave me a good deflection shot on his wings and the other tried to head on 7.53kg/s of HE cannons coming at him
I mean, they served their purposes. Battleships were useful for shelling coastal positions, and at least in the case of American BBs, their anti-aircraft armament was pretty awesome.
But after the advent of the Aircraft Carrier, they became gigantic floating islands of steel carrying thousands of people that could be blown up by a few dozen planes (or even just one lucky one) being launched from hundreds of miles away.
It's a shame because they were badass, but for the cost in manpower, resources, and money they became less and less of a safe investment.
A sexy museum.
And the first battleship museum that will become a dry berth, since water damage and leaking is causing a list that forced her to be shut down, they decided the cost of repairing and constructing a new permanent dry berth is worth the cost of constant upkeep due to water intake.
It's going to be quite a unique museum. And will showcase the sheer size of the vessel better than any other.
I'm quite hype, although its sad she will never be in her natural element again.
That's incredibly cool. I agree with what you said about showcasing the sheer size - so much of a ship lies below the waterline.
There's no other like it in the world, and its also the only surviving dreadnought, double whammy.
Just like an iceberg yes, the public never really gets to see a view of a warship out of its element because that only happens in drydock so a museum like this will be really unique for a ship this size.
Theres something part satisfying and part sad about seeing a ship out of water like that. On the one hand it just got easier to handle as a museum and could allow more access to the public, and yet on the other it is forever out of its element.
Still cool pic.
How does the climb rate of the Venom FB.Mk.4 compare to the MiG-15bis? From what I can tell, they should be pretty similar.
That's sortof what I'm worried about. I thought the MiG-15's only real advantage over other end-game jets was the climb rate? (I'm only at the MiG-9 at the moment, so I haven't flown it yet)
>There are copies of the same plane with a different skin and identical performance in the Spitfire line that are essential to progressing through it
>Tempest V goes head on with my Yak 9UT
ALL POWER TO FORWARD DAKKA
>Any plane goes against my Ju 87G-1
ALL POWER TO LIFE OR DEATH
I was trying to fly the fucking Hellcat in a tier it could actually get some challengers in but it was taking days to get a game because nobody will queue. Bummin' me out clappers.
>>destroyed in nuke testing
That'd be the Prinz Eugen, the Lucky Ship of the fleet. She had many close encounters with fate, but in the end it took a fucking Nuke to kill her, and even the it was because she was too irradiated to be worth shoring up and pumping the leaks.
She was reasonably close to the center too, IIRC.
She was a beautiful ship too, looking very much like a smaller version of the Bismarck and Tirpitz. And today, she rests in a shallow water grave, part of her still sticking up above the surface. Just type in "Prinz Eugen" into google and hit maps and it'll show you a neat satellite view of her.
Mines are a bitch, especially if you get struck twice the same day..
Do joystick users really have a substantial advantage of m+k in RB games?
>Jesus fucking christ was the later part of WWII a giant fucking mess of friendly fire?
Funny story time. Did you know James Doohan, aka Scotty from Star Trek, served in WW2 as a member of the Royal Canadian Artillery Regiment? (Yes, "Scotty" was a Canadian). Doohan first saw combat as a commissioned Lieutenant during the D-day landings. He lead his unit through the beaches and reportedly shot two snipers himself while leading his troops to higher ground and then through an anti-tank minefield.
That very night while moving from one camp to another to deliver a report, he was repeatedly shot by a fellow Canadian when the man, on guard duty, got spooked in the dark and fired on him with his BAR. Doohan suffered 6 hits, four hit his leg, one hit him in the chest (and was partially stopped by a cigarette case! How cliche!) and one bullet destroyed his right middle finger to the point it had to be amputated.
Thats right Scotty had only 9 fingers. He always went to great lengths to conceal it during his acting career, but if you know to look for it, you can spot it from time to time.
But yeah, Friendly Fire is a tragically all too common occurrence in any war. To quote Murphey's law "Friendly fire ISN'T".
I like learning about military services of celebrities. Not people who just fake it and go on USO tours and raise money for war bonds and shit like that. Real honest combat vets who happened to be famous actors.
Was reading about Jimmy Stewart's service just the other day.
do you expect me to belive a 1000lb falling 2 meters near a pillbox wouldn't obliterate its existence gaijin?
Depends on the bomb. If it penetrates into the ground, then explodes after a delay, the force of the explosion is directed entirely upwards. There were the reports of crews on Henderson Field where Vals would drop 1000 lb naval bombs on them and they'd land only a couple meters away, explode, and they'd be unharmed. And those weren't even crews in sheltered pillboxes.
My freedom browser automatically replaces problematic characters when I copy to clipboard, so I could even paste URLs into strings without needing to check. Submissive Chrome users have difficulty posting to reddit URLs with parentheses.
"The Nazis entered this war under the rather childish delusion that they were going to bomb everyone else, and nobody was going to bomb them. At Rotterdam, London, Warsaw and half a hundred other places, they put their rather naive theory into operation. They sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind."
Can someone tell me what a 'ballistic cap' is on some of the ammo types and functionally what it does? I've watched videos on the different ammo types and how they function but it didn't even mention ballistic caps.
You should be able to identify these three silhouettes.
Feels good when Entak rages
>cannon and MGs bound to the same mouse button
>He doesn't like hamburger
>Being that guy
Say that to my face, fucker, not online and see what happens.
Why would you click two buttons at the same time when you could just click one? I have plenty of free buttons that are easily accessible. It's all personal preference, man.
My mouse has a little lever in it that only lets one of the two buttons come down at once. I think I could take it out so I could click both at the same time but I'm afraid it would void the warranty.
Did I ever say my mouse only had three buttons? I have two thumb buttons, one for cannons, one for MGs. Combined fire on left mouse, zoom on right mouse.
I download whatever comes out first, if it's a show currently airing. Otherwise I just go for the most seeds, I barely even read subtitles anymore. I just watch the events and spiral deeper into self-loathing.
>deluded sense of superiority
Fact: a controller functions exactly as well as a joystick in this role, yet stickfags turn their noses at the idea of touching an inferior controller.
>Fact: a controller functions exactly as well as a joystick in this role
>Fact: a controller functions exactly as well as a joystick in this role, yet stickfags turn their noses at the idea of touching an inferior controller.
>tfw no love for spaghett
>dive on low-flying B-17
>about to open fire
>he dips his wing into the dirt to deny me
How far will cancer go?
I rammed a B-17's tail off and it flew off, shot down two more people and it landed afterward and repaired successfully.
Use a plane with a functional damage models like an American one and spray as you would normally.
Planes with bugged cannons like Yaks and the Me-262 are without a doubt beyond useability if you fly with a joystick.