Ignore dat Bottom One :)
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i got 2 nice screens to contribute (and even an epic story to go with it)
first, the screens:
And now the Story:
I was flying Berlin in my Yer-2... the only surviving pilot on my team and just having reloaded. The enemy team had only 180 tickets left and there were quite a few pillboxes left alive. So I set out to get them. I got one light pillbox, so the enemy team is now down to 80 tickets - so just one light pillbox to go! So I set course for the nearest one, which was about 3 km away. At that point the last surviving 109 on the german team spots me and starts diving on me.
I managed to drop my bomb in exactly the moment when he rips my plane apart with his Mk108 cannon, but the bomb hits the target, costing the enemy team their last tickets, winning the match!
If you look closely at the first screenshot, you can even see the bomb just before hitting that pillbox. ;)
Hahahahahah I was trying to fly into the hangar, as you can see.. it didn't work out.
That destroyer there is really creeping up to the carrier. This might complicate my landing...
Who needs wings when you got a jet engine you can ride on?
(i coasted for at least 10 km that way after testing if you can rip off the wings on a Panther. Turns out you can - when doing a 12G pull-up at 1120 km/h )
Many pilots of the time were the opinion that a fighter pilot in a closed cockpit was an impossible thing, because you should smell the enemy. You could smell them because of the oil they were burning.