ww2 and sabre altimeter gauges info request

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  1. amingaz

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    hi,
    im looking for the above info mainly for cfs2 use,i need to make note at the altimetre gauges of each plane to determine wether height is in FT MT or what?
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    As far as the saber it depended on the customer but for the most part the altimeter was in feet.
     
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    hello,
    noted sabre,what about WW2 US,british and japanese planes in general ? is there is no precise compiled document on the subject.I remember IL2 sturmovjk had one but i cant find it it, was some years back done by one of their members from one of the free add on sites like skins,missions etc.
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    All main British Warplanes would be in feet. The odd bods taken into RAF service during the war would have altimeters in the system used by their parent countries.
     
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