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#4364677 - 06/18/17 08:45 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Here is the status report for last week's activity.

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#4364682 - 06/18/17 10:02 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Banjoman, thanks for the continued stat support.

Squad Commander Cyrus Gold's RNAS 1 squadron has moved to Chipilly. He is getting used to the new surroundings.

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Capitaine Etienne Valois in N 57 is getting used to his SPAD with incredible closing rate making close calls with the enemy planes.

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Aldi Schwarzkop's wingman attempts to steal his kill. He crashes into the target and dies. No one cares about the retard. Schadenfreude all around.

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The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
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#4364690 - 06/18/17 10:51 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Thanks for the stats Banjoman.


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#4364692 - 06/18/17 11:37 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Thanks guys, as crazy as it sounds, I really enjoy putting together the status reports. I guess it helps me to keep track of everybody.


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#4364814 - 06/19/17 03:40 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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June 19, 1917.


Airfield Security flight was a bust. Our flight of 6 went chasing around after numerous dots high in the sky only to lose them in the clouds.

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#4364815 - 06/19/17 03:41 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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#4364907 - 06/19/17 10:02 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Thanks BJM!

I'm not out yet...just out of town as it were. Expect me to report again presently. salute

#4364918 - 06/19/17 11:41 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Third week of February, 1917 Halluin

The week started with bad weather.

All flights were grounded and Aldi felt very cooped up on the base having little to no duties that would preoccupy his mind and save him from boredom. He kept Walter von Bülow company on his dog walks and played "go fish" with Paul Strähle. Paul insisted this was the only honest card game that wouldn't lead him astray and into the clutches of gambling. Tuesday came and went and with it Aldi's promotion to Oberleutnant. He kept it low profile, still remembering his last celebration and what came after. The weather on Wednesday improved enough to conduct a line patrol, but no enemy contacts have been reported. Same story on Thursday. Friday was different. On Friday Kette Zwei encountered a flight of Vickers flying high above. Aldi ignored them, but kept one eye just in case. These pushers were just as outdated compared to the Albatros as the Albatros they were flying was to the Pups and Triplanes ... and Nieuports. There had to be some brave pilots, because two of them (just two) peeled away and dove on Aldi's flight of four. He was calm, he knew they had better planes, they had numerical advantage and they were over their own territory. He observed the attackers diving on him and positioned his plane to easily avoid the pounce. They flew by. Aldi pushed the stick forward and followed them. They split and he picked one ignoring the other pilot. It didn't take long to get on his tail and get in range. As he closed in, so did the pilot he'd ignored. Bullets started hitting canvas and wood. Aldi was completely surprised. He banked and kicked the rudder to throw off his attacker's aim. It worked. Aldi dove to pick up speed and watched as the rest of his flight took turns trying to hit the pusher. Aldi checked the sky for his original target and found him trying to get across the lines. Black puffs of Flak were all around him. Aldi corrected his flight path and re-engaged. Without his wingman, the pusher was a pushover and caught fire easily.

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Aldi was on his way back when he noticed a shape trying to sneak by at a lower level. It was the wingman that nearly did Aldi in, apparently gave the rest of the flight a slip and now was desperately trying to return home. Aldi was not in a merciful mood. He parked his Abatros behind him and sent a burst into his target's engine. The propeller stopped spinning and the pilot and the wreck of his plane both went into an uncontrolled dive.

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On the way back to base reflected and decided that there is nothing to complain about his current situation. His plane is not the fastest and not the most agile, but if other pilots can fight with machines even less impressive, then so can he. He will fly his Albatros D.II and like it.

The week ended with bad weather.

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#4364930 - 06/20/17 12:45 AM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Thanks for Aldi's report Fullofit. It was a nice read at the end of my day.


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#4364997 - 06/20/17 12:29 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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#4365042 - 06/20/17 03:38 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Fullofit, I really enjoy your photos. Another great Aldi story too! Quick question: is there any way in WOFF to have a "free camera", or must you always use Spot View, or Player / Target View, etc.? Robert, more great action from Albert. I couldn't get your last video link to come up, though. Lederhosen, I absolutely love the Drogodile! And Banjoman, thanks again for the stats. My first entry for Demian Kraft will be made today.

Here is Demian's latest...

Memoir of Demian Kraft

Part 3

The weather remained cold and clear from Friday through Sunday and I flew once each day. On 16 February I was asked by our acting Staffelführer, Ltn Willi Rosenstein, to lead a patrol for the first time.[1] He told me that he wanted my older Albatros to set the pace, and he thought I had a good nose for navigation, which pleased me greatly. I was to take my billet-partner, Ostv Berse, Ltn Galetschky, and Ltn Korner on a barrier patrol along our lines and south to Menen. Ltn Rosenstein would come along and I was to give the lead to him if we got into trouble,My excitement was soon tempered by the extreme cold and lack of Englanders. We froze dutifully for two hours and I broke a wheel landing on the frozen field, nearly nosing over in the process.

On 17 February, Ltn Kampe led me, Berse, Ltn Rosenstein, and Vzfw Träger on a trip over the lines – my first. There was heavy snow falling over Ghistelles and the front, with clear sky at 2000 m. We escorted two observation aircraft to take photos of the British field at Veurne [Furnes]. We climbed to 2500 m and crossed over. The British Flakartillerie accompanied us, filling the sky with greasy grey cotton balls. Each one burst with a hollow-sounding “Whoompf,” unless it was close. Then the sound was a heart-stopping crack. The more experienced men laugh this off, but I found it unnerving.

We circled over Veurne and waited for the two-seaters to form up. Then we continued east towards the front. I peered over the side of the Albatros at the circular frozen lake at Blankaart, looking like a skating rink dropped in the midst of a battlefield.[2] I was startled when I looked up to find myself alone. I pulled the machine around in a tight turn and spotted Ltn Kampe and the others diving to intercept several white Nieuports that were approaching our two-seaters, so I opened the throttle and dived on the nearest Englander.

The fight was short. I was hit once by an enemy I did not see and was more concerned with turning and checking my rear than with scoring any kills. And then, just like before, I was suddenly alone. Searching the sky for friends, I spotted a lone Nieuport near the English lines, heading west at about 500 m. I searched the sky above for a trap and, seeing no other aircraft, dived on the lonely Englander. It took just a few rounds from my twin Spandaus for the English machine to fall out of control. I watched, suspecting a ruse, but the Nieuport spiralled into the mud below. I headed home alone.

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Unfortunately without a witness my claim was rejected. “This makes four claims without confirmation, Kraft. You really need to stop claiming until you are sure your kill is witnessed. You will get an unwelcome reputation.” I was unsure if this was a friendly piece of advice or a sly expression of personal suspicion. For the first time since arriving at Jasta 27 I felt like an outsider. There was a pilots’ dinner that night in the large farm house that quartered the Jasta headquarters staff and Kette Eins. I avoided conversation and said nothing of the Nieuport. Ltn Kampe had just been awarded the Iron Cross, Second Class. I congratulated him after dinner and he commented that with luck one day soon I would get a kill or two and win a decoration. There was something in his tone that made me uncomfortable.

On Sunday, 18 February, the weather turned stormy. I attended lectures and visited the hangars, and then Berse and I went shopping in the village. There was a Feldpost there where I bought some suitably martial postcards to send home.

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Berse is in love with Marenke, the little servant girl at the Sloot family house. He bought her a little ceramic dog. I teased him about raising a family of little chubby Flemish-speaking Berses. It is not a pretty language, very much like Plattdeutsch if spoken with a potato in one’s mouth. The Sloots insist that it is a separate language and not at all a dialect of German. But that is like saying Belgium is still a separate country when two German fliers are living upstairs!

Historical Notes:

[1] Known for his pre-war aviation exploits, Willi Rosenstein later flew as Hermann Goering's wingman. A Jew, Rosenstein eventually had a falling out with Goering over the latter's anti-Semitic comments. He left Germany in the 1930s to escape Nazi rule and moved to South Africa, where he started flying schools. Rosenstein's son flew Spitfires in Italy against the Luftwaffe and was killed in 1945.

[2] The De Blankaart lake was formed from 15-16th century peat harvesting.


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#4365049 - 06/20/17 03:59 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Raine;

I fixed the problem with the video. The link was corrupt but now ok.

Nice footnotes to your story. Very interesting historical facts that I was not aware of. You do seem to spend a significant amount of time on the back story Sir and it is appreciated.


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#4365051 - 06/20/17 04:01 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Since I seem to have screwed up the original link to the video for the following story, I decided to repost it here again.

Albert Earl Godfrey

22 Feb 1917 @ 09h09 CAS 3 BE2c from RFC-15 Marieux to Oppy for Ground Troop Obs


At briefing we were informed that this recce was of prime importance and that we must make every effort to ensure they get the job done.

We were informed we would encounter winds of 8 kn from the west, with cloud cover between 2000 and 7000 ft. The B.E.’s would be flying low for troop obs so that pretty much eliminated any effort to get above the clouds.

We formed up north of the field as usual and attained an altitude of 3400 ft at 09h16 before heading to our rendezvous point over Etrun airfield.

The B.E.’s arrived 09h27 and we climbed to 4700 feet to begin our escort duties.
We continued to climb to 5600 ft on the way to the lines, arriving there at 09h34 near Athies.

Crossing the lines, we continued to climb to 6600 ft, keeping a close eye on our escort as we approached Oppy at 09h40.

Two minutes later, I spotted 7 DIII’s at 7 oclock high on our port side.
I kept a close eye on them and soon noted one breaking off into a dive towards our B.E.’s. He passed right under my tail and I immediately broke into a port turn, banking and diving onto his six. Unfortunately he made a successful attack on one of the B.E’s causing it’s engine to smoke, before I was able to engage him and drive him off. I tangled with him for some time sending volley after volley into him from close behind and he would not fall. I could only assume my aim was less than adequate to finish him off and it wasn’t long before my gun w as empty and I was forced to climb away disengaging.
I cursed as I watched him fly away from the action. I noticed all the other DIII’s were engaged with my flight members and so I took the opportunity to run for the lines. Unfortunately my actions were observed by another DIII who soon gave chase. I had altitude on him and maintained it as I ran for the lines and I could see him falling behind. Crossing the lines I headed for the closest airfield, Etrun as I entered heavy cloud cover. I knew I must get down under the clouds in order to follow the Arras St. Pol road towards Etrun. I cut throttle and angled into a gentle dive all the while hoping I had given the persistent DIII the shake. I broke out of the clouds and could just make out Etrun below at 1 oclock. I began a circling descent and as I did I heard some bullets whiz by and hit some canvas. I jerked the throttle hard to starboard and scanning over my shoulder I saw a shadow above my head. I was directly below the very same DIII that had chased me over the lines. He was barely 50 ft above me and I could clearly see the Jasta 27 markings on him. I swung onto his six climbing and as he broke to port in a shallow dive I continued to climb away gaining as much altitude as I could while keeping him in my view. I refused to give him any advantage, keeping him in a tight circle while the gunners at Etrun worried the heck out of him with their puffs of while smoke. He finally tired of the game and broke for home. I could not help but feel that for the lack of ammunition and better gunner skills, I might well have had two more to add to my tally. On the other hand, I was lucky to escape the second DIII alive. I re-set course for Filescamp and arrived there safely at 10h10 with a slightly damaged machine requiring two days work to repair. The rest of the flight arrived a little later while I was in the R.O.

Graves accounted for one DIII, and Hall another two. Fry suffered 2 days worth of repair damage to his craft and Rast, the wing man, was killed in action.



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#4365064 - 06/20/17 05:12 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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#4365073 - 06/20/17 05:32 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Gilbear Du Bussy
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La Noblette Ferme,
Verdun, France.


June 20, 1917.


Mission: Escort 3 Sopwith 1B1 's on Recon

1 Sec: 3 Spad 7 High Cover
2 Sec: 5 Spad 7's Close Escort

E/A: 2 Flights of Albatross Scouts 11 A/C ?


Remarks: I saw zee e/a as they dived on us guns blazing. My flight was scattered while in a turn. I spotted a second flight of e/a attacking the Sopwith's they must have come up behind us. Diving and firing , I dove between two of them. Then zee Bosche was on my tail putting holes in my fuel tank. The devils took turns using me as a target putting in more holes then the motor stopped. I was able to break off from my tormentors and land just inside our lines. The airplane turning into crumpled up fabric and wood upon touch down.


Esc Endorsement: The story seems correct. Intell reports Jasta 11 in our sector has used split tactics in the past. Esc lost 2 machines destroyed + the forced landing machine in NML. No e/a claimed. Escorted Sopwith's lost 1 destroyed.


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#4365086 - 06/20/17 06:34 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Great video, Robert! The Np11 drives me nuts. With the lack of gunsight and the low volume of ammo, I pretty much consign myself to enjoying the view and waiting for an updated model.

#4365089 - 06/20/17 06:49 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: Raine]  
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Originally Posted by Raine
Great video, Robert! The Np11 drives me nuts. With the lack of gunsight and the low volume of ammo, I pretty much consign myself to enjoying the view and waiting for an updated model.


Tnx for the acknowledge Raine. You are pretty much correct on your assessment. My only hope of early replacement of the N16 is promotion through kills and that is highly unlikely unless I get lucky. Over 87 hours and only one kill!!

It's going to be a long wait in 60 Sqn for the N16 to be totally replaced.

I had thought of transfer but then that would not be true to my characters historical placement. Most of the time I am focused on staying clear of danger and in hopes of some nice opportunities.

Cheers.


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#4365099 - 06/20/17 07:21 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Which do you think is more difficult, Robert? Being stuck in a N16, or being stuck in a bad marriage? shedevil

My apologies to all of the happily married members on this fine forum!

#4365116 - 06/20/17 08:59 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: BuckeyeBob]  
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Originally Posted by BuckeyeBob
Which do you think is more difficult, Robert? Being stuck in a N16, or being stuck in a bad marriage? shedevil

My apologies to all of the happily married members on this fine forum!

Originally Posted by BuckeyeBob
Which do you think is more difficult, Robert? Being stuck in a N16, or being stuck in a bad marriage? shedevil

My apologies to all of the happily married members on this fine forum!


All I can say is "Been there, done that!" However let me offer another observation. Baring the potential cost, you can exercise your will power and get out of a bad marriage. As a pilot in the REC, there is no right to exercise your authority unless you are at the top of the heap, so, I am stuck in the N16 if I want to be true to the code.


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#4365142 - 06/20/17 11:31 PM Re: DiD Centenary Challenge [Re: CatKnight]  
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Robert and Raine, thanks for the kudos. I am only trying to keep up with you fine Gentlemen.


"Take the cylinder out of my kidneys,
The connecting rod out of my brain, my brain,
From out of my arse take the camshaft,
And assemble the engine again."
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