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Brilliant sig, MP. Ladies and gentlemen, that's why America came out on top.
 
Definately flying a Mosquito for me, preferably with 489[NZ]Sqn., or Nightfighting with 85 Sqn., or shooting ships up with the Banff Wing...
 

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For you all, LG got it it is Wilow Run :) Ford's mile long plant with a big left turn in it so to stay in one county 8) I am glad you all like it, I have a few others and am always looking for photos of production or nose art. I have one of a lady on the line with rivits :)
 
me well i would be in a p-38 shootin up "franks" over the phillipenes, in a LI-2 Sturmivok bloin up those damned panzer tanks in stalingrad, or in a Spitfire mach VI shootin up fw-190s
 
GermansRGeniunes, Are you shure the B-25G had that cannon? I am pritty shure it is only the H and that experiment was found poorly profitable. The hardnose with 8 or 10 .5 inch guns were much better and you get the co-pilot back.

Lanc-interested in what? ;)
 
MP-Willow, the B-25G was the first version of the B-25 to be equipped with a 75mm cannon with 21rpg. Backing this weapon up were 2 .50cals with 400rpg. The later B-25H had the 75mm cannon, plus 4 .50cals in the nose and 4 more bolted on to the fuselage sides, all with 400rpg.
 
Spitfire Mk. XVIII, Germany, 1945.

Or, Me-262C-1a ( :D ), 1945. ( I know, Erich, it only had one combat sortie. )

Or, Me-262A-1a ~ Kommando Nowotny ~ 1944 ~ ETO.
 
Lightning Guy said:
MP-Willow, the B-25G was the first version of the B-25 to be equipped with a 75mm cannon with 21rpg. Backing this weapon up were 2 .50cals with 400rpg. The later B-25H had the 75mm cannon, plus 4 .50cals in the nose and 4 more bolted on to the fuselage sides, all with 400rpg.

The H is the one I meant, thanks!
 
they also had a carbon copy of the Me-163 in the Mitsubishi J8M1 Shusui...........................
 

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