Read here and there about those that flew train, tankbusting and antishipping missions in the '88 I can understand, BUT....when you do that in the He 111(!), I get curious.... Seen the '111 with two torpedoes, nothing weird about that, probably good at it too, but trainbusting in the same machine.....is that about the same as take a p** or cr*p in very strong headwind?? I can't think that the '111 was a very easy plane to handle, avoiding fighers at altitude, but get down to the deck to pop steamlocomotives and whole trains, that gives a complete new meaning to being slighty on the crazy side. The '88 had the nose to put extra guns/cannons in, the '110 had a few good ones in the nose, not as powerful as the '88's arsenal, but then you could always put another can opener or two under the belly. Now, how the h*ll do you equip a '111 for the same mission with that greenhouse of a canopy?? A completely different thing, how many of the JG's had Zerstorer staffelns attached to them?