HE 162

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  1. schlosser

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    The henikle 162 was the best plane of world war 2 with out a dought. It was better than the P 51, ME 262, AND THE SPIT FIRE
     
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    do some serious research first before making a broad uninformed statement ............
     
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    What i stay up all night reashing.I am only twelve and i know more about world war 2 aviation than u
     
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    #4 schlosser, Dec 21, 2009
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    I really got cocked up when I messed with big E ~
     
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    THE HE 162 WAS THE BEST THATS JUST HOW IT IS
     
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    I knew right after his first post the wee one was going to get a MK 108 HE-I round right up his lily white a**
     
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    He's 12, he must have flown a few. :D
     
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    #9 Njaco, Dec 21, 2009
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    This is the one that had me run to the fallout shelter!! :)
     
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    JUSTICE SERVED !
     
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    #11 piet, Dec 21, 2009
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    Dear experten,

    As if you've guys ever flown in a P51 ME262 spitfire.... you also have all your information from books, Friends...

    relatives:p and here say!


    All the best
    Piet
     
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    Isn't "dought" another name for idiot? :lol:
     
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    When I was 12 years old most kids still had a bit of respect for adults. Evidently the MTV generation lost that characteristic. :cry:
     
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    Some advice to our young friend. NEVER NEVER NEVER trust your Playstation or I-box or whatever computer game you got your info from. Historical fact has it that NO He 162 ever crossed paths with any Allied aircraft ----- by the time Heinkel had all the bugs sorted out there were no trained pilots or any fuel left to fly it. An He 162A-2 of II Gruppe, Jagdgeshwader I is in storage at RAF St Athan --- maybe they'll let you fly it.
     
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    This ... IDIOT...being banned, I agree with 2000000%!!!!!!
     
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    I remember reading in the last week of the war one got into combat ? Not sure of the outcome
     
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    The He 162 finally saw combat in mid-April. On 19 April, a captured Royal Air Force fighter pilot informed his German interrogators that he had been shot down by a jet fighter matching the description of the He 162. The Heinkel and its pilot were lost as well, shot down by an RAF Hawker Tempest while on approach. Though still in training, I./JG 1 had scored a number of kills beginning in mid-April, but had also lost 13 He 162s and 10 pilots. 10 of the aircraft were operational losses, caused by flameouts and sporadic structural failures. Only two of the 13 aircraft were actually shot down. The He 162's 30-minute fuel capacity also caused problems, as at least two of JG 1's pilots were killed attempting emergency landings after exhausting their fuel.


    From Wiki (not a reliable source but feel free to correct me :p)
     
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