What's your air to air kill ratio?

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  1. Miggers

    Miggers New Member

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    Mine at present is 1.843 kills per combat.

    32 combats,59 air to air kills

    Mark
     
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    What time span are you using for your stats, overall career, or per sim?

    Reason I ask, is because I've been "gunfighting" for well over a decade now with a number of different combat sims...
     
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    lol, im with you. Lets be a little bit more clear on the time span, as mine might be way off the charts lol.
     
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    Ahh yep, same here...I come into the IL-2 series with a little "killin' practice" under my belt...
     
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    I took off. I rammed him. ;)
     
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    Present campaign career on IL-2,rather than "overall career" on various combat sims.

    I should really factor in how many times I've been shot down(6)during this campaign,but at present
    I've "flown" 32 combat ops and shot down 59 e/a's.
    I exclusively use the 109 and nothing else.

    I came into IL-2 with a fair bit of combat experience,I've had the original Combat Flight Sim series for years
    plus Novalogic's MiG 29 combat sim(jet combat is waaaayyy different to piston)and studied the tactics used by all
    the great WWII fighter pilots(I tend to use a mixture of Gunther Rall,Bob Tuck and Erich Hartmann's tactics) .
     
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    I dont really play campaigns anymore, but a quick check reveals the following:

    Burning Steak
    5 missions 16 kills 0 loss

    VMF-214
    4 missions 5 kills 1 loss

    Bf 109F Kuban
    3 missions 21 kills 0 loss

    IL2 Type 3 Leningrad
    2 missions 38 Ground Kills 1 loss

    The air to air combats total up to 12 missions and 42 kills, which is an average of 3.5 kills per mission or a 42 : 1 kill ratio....
     
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    #8 eddie_brunette, Oct 29, 2009
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    The real question is......
    How many missions do you survive?

    I've created my own logbooks for planes/campaigns and I exclusively use DCG in my "logbook" campaigns.
    Currently I’ve done 23.6 hours on P38 over Solomon’s. I only have 10 kills (6x sally, 3x Betty, 1x Zeke) I have not been shot down yet!

    On the other hand, I have done over 100 hours in DH98(recce missions) over Italy. Only shot down 14 planes, and bailed out quite a few times :( but still alive 

    I have to check on the player made campaign though, as I play these much more ruthlessly/carelessly.

    For me it is all about how long I can survive, which probably make me less competent dogfighter

    edd
     
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