P-39 vs yak 9 who would win
I know you guys hate me referring to mil sims but war thunder has the yak-9 and the p-39n-0 in the same battle rating
you guys shit on the p-39 so much so I'm confused?
Overall which plane is better in real life yak-9 or p-39?
maybe add the la-5 to the mix
I am looking for information about two P-39 Q that were lost in Switzerland short after WWII has ended. These two Airacobras were flying along the river Rhein on a low level flight on 16. July 1945 (cloudy, bad weather) from (probably) Basel towards the lake of Constance. Near Eglisau they...
In the thread about a turbocharged P-36 there was some discussion about improvements to the P-39 - mainly armament and some suggestions about the engine.
For armament it was thought that the M4 cannon could be replaced with a 20mm cannon or 0.50" HMG firing through the hub with 2 x 0.50"...
Just found out that a P-39 is on its way down here for restoration:
P-39Q Airacobra. | Pioneer Aero
Hopefully we'll see it flying at our next airshow in 2017!
I've heard that this is one of three on their way down here...
The first model has been finished and it's the time to open the GB gallery.
Fubar57 - 1/48 P-39 Airacobra
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1/48 P-39 Airacobra - Allied Manufactured Aircraft
User Name: fubar57
Accessories: Some wire, seat belts, decals.
My subject is a P-39Q Zebra Training aircraft, used to train air-gunners. This was the forerunner to the...
Sorry about the error in the title: It should say P-39!
I found this s picture when researching the U.S.Army in the North African Campaign. It was listed as a P-38 wreck but I think it is a P-39 Airacobra. I wondered if it is a Spitfire wreck but I'm leaning towards a P-39.
It doesn't look...
In, 1938 the U.S. Navy placed a contract with the Bell Aircraft for a navalized version of the P-39 fighter. Changes included a tailwheel undercarriage, installation of an arrestor hook, enlarged vertical surfaces and restressing for carrier operations. The Navy lost interest in the project and...
I have seen some vague references to P-40 Warhawks using 4.5 inch rockets in Africa and Burma. I have also heard that P39s were using rockets by the time of TORCH. I know Russian P39s had rockets by this time.
While completely different: Does anyone know when the US 90mm AA gun was first...