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#1533203 - 10/19/04 08:05 PM Jet Thunder design Q&A  
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What WW2 Fighter pilots say about Angels and Airspeed:

"Nice job of getting down to the basics - love your choice of a cover!" Col. Clarence 'Bud' Anderson

"I have enjoyed reading angels and airspeed, it should prove good reading for all interested in combat tactics and their application related to the fluid air environment and state of technology in WWII years. All the best as you make it available." - Col. Charles McGee - Tuskegee Airman

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#1533204 - 10/22/04 09:30 AM Re: Jet Thunder design Q&A  


Awesome ! Thanks for this informative interview.

9) What basic functionality are you trying to include in jet thunder?

At the present moment, Jet Thunder has basically the same functionality of SFP1, with probably most extensive or expansive frameworks for FM and damage modelling and a historical campaign being created - of course we'll attempt to include a rather powerful mission editor/campaign editor.

#1533205 - 11/03/04 05:44 AM Re: Jet Thunder design Q&A  


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