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#3992594 - 08/08/14 12:51 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart ***** [Re: Olham]  
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I see only one of those German Officers has his spurs on! Rather reminds me of the spurs that fighter pilots wore at one time to connect their heels to the Martin-Baker ejection seat. They used to clank around pretending they were cavalry officers charge


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#3992602 - 08/08/14 01:16 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Congrats on the medal, Hasse!
MFair, congrats on the promotion !
Bucksnort, good to see a belgian pilot in the mix.
Robert, quit terrorizing my fellow EIII pilots!

#3992617 - 08/08/14 01:49 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Congrats Hasse and MFair. Very nice achievement.

Hasse, I let a lot of your EIII buddies go. As long as they leave me alone I am happy to oblige but some of them have it in for me, so..... biggrin


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#3992629 - 08/08/14 02:32 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Robert_Wiggins]  
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Originally Posted By: Robert_Wiggins
Originally Posted By: LtCasey
Flightreport for Charles C Johnson by Lt. Louis Triegiers, Instructor:

Caporal Johnson managed to navigate from homefield (Paris) to destination field (Verdun area, exact Location classified) and back in 97 minutes.
This has happened in very heavy weather conditions, during flight.

Due to the circumstances and a sound threepoint landing this flight is rated "excellent"

This was flight one of 4 in the navigational lesson.

Louis Triegiers


Sounds like Johnson is a natural! He will be at the front in no time, up to his ears in it! Poor fellow doesn't know what he is in for! biggrin


To be honest, it is kind of dull. Johnson is so eager, on every flight, he tries to get the Luietnant into someACM. He has now more than 8 flighthours. My bet is, he Sees the twenties before transferring out. And I Hope this pilot gonna last until december, when the french 2seaters are available.

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#3992668 - 08/08/14 03:50 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Robert_Wiggins]  
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Originally Posted By: Robert_Wiggins
Congrats Hasse and MFair. Very nice achievement.

Hasse, I let a lot of your EIII buddies go. As long as they leave me alone I am happy to oblige but some of them have it in for me, so..... biggrin


I have nothing good to say about Eindeckers. On the rare occasions we get a couple of them as escorts, they usually run away as soon as they spot the first enemy fighters. One reason for the extremely heavy casualties my Abteilung has suffered is this escort problem. I'd love to get some of those fancy new Halberstadts as escorts! Maybe they would show some fighting spirit. smile

EDIT: Congrats on the promotion MFair. Also it's great to see a Belgian pilot join the fight. I wish WOFF had them as a nation.


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#3992727 - 08/08/14 05:32 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Flight Lt Alex Ackworth - RNAS 4 - Coudekerque - 8 Aug 1916 (Mission 32)

On the good side of news, we have received new replacement planes, and half of the crews of Flight A reported missing managed to rejoin the unit in Coudekerque. The bad side is that the other half is presumed dead or captured.

At least we can fly again with 4 planes. It is a bombing mission of infantry units on the frontline. The CO comes up with the great idea that I will go in first alone, and flight A with the remaining three planes will follow !

Well I'm not so crazy about this one.nope As we are getting ready to go around 13:30, I signal my engine won't start and that the other flight should take off, which they do. As soon as the last plane is in the air, miracle ! my engine starts (hehe !) wink

So I make tail end charlie for flight A, we get to the target, we drop our bombs from 8000 feet - everyone hits except me - and we fly back without seeing any opposition. Of course I land first ... smile

* Time to park the planes for the weekend, I hope we will receive some planes and crews before Monday.

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#3992751 - 08/08/14 06:17 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: MFair]  
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Originally Posted By: MFair
Aug.6
Edward Eastwood
RNAS 4
Afternoon Patrol.
I stood in silence as the Major told me I was to take my kite and hit a rail junction way southeast of Bethune. "Alone Sir?" I asked. "Of course not Eastwood, take your gunner with you, you idiot! Is there a problem?"
"No sir" I said and walked out to my machine shaking like a leaf. The Major called out, "One machine will attract less attention Eastwood." Less attention my arse!
We took off and climbed out to 12,000'. At Bethune I turned southeast and flew my way across the mud, looking constantly for any HA. When we made the target it was socked in with cloud. "Well Eastwood I tells myself, you have 2 choices. Go down low over Hunland and find the target or unload right here and get the hell out." I did not take long to make my decision. Down go the bombs and west goes my nose! Made it back without incident. I need a drink!


I've read this 4 or 5 times now and its still funny! Great report, MFair thumbsup

A lot of you guys are writing really good reports! I'm not that creative, but I'll try to add reports best I can smile2


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#3992817 - 08/08/14 08:03 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Bucksnort;

Don't worry about trying to be a qualified author. It's just nice to see what kind of missions everyone is getting and how the outcome went. Makes for interesting reading in the morning with your coffee or to fill in time between missions.
Have a go! I'm sure we will all appreciate it.


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#3992820 - 08/08/14 08:08 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Hello again guys. I have been away from duty for soo long due to real life issues that I may stay off the (titanium?)fence just watching you guys risking your virtual lives,...really happy to be back to this magnificent sim.

#3992826 - 08/08/14 08:24 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: JimAttrill]  
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Originally Posted By: JimAttrill
I see only one of those German Officers has his spurs on! Rather reminds me of the spurs that fighter pilots wore at one time to connect their heels to the Martin-Baker ejection seat. They used to clank around pretending they were cavalry officers charge

Good eye Jim! As many times as I have seen that picture, I have never noticed that. I never did like cavalry spurs. They just do not have any character. Clover Leaf rowel with jingle bobs are the buisness!


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#3992842 - 08/08/14 09:30 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Bucksnort]  
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Originally Posted By: Bucksnort
Originally Posted By: MFair
Aug.6
Edward Eastwood
RNAS 4
Afternoon Patrol.
I stood in silence as the Major told me I was to take my kite and hit a rail junction way southeast of Bethune. "Alone Sir?" I asked. "Of course not Eastwood, take your gunner with you, you idiot! Is there a problem?"
"No sir" I said and walked out to my machine shaking like a leaf. The Major called out, "One machine will attract less attention Eastwood." Less attention my arse!
We took off and climbed out to 12,000'. At Bethune I turned southeast and flew my way across the mud, looking constantly for any HA. When we made the target it was socked in with cloud. "Well Eastwood I tells myself, you have 2 choices. Go down low over Hunland and find the target or unload right here and get the hell out." I did not take long to make my decision. Down go the bombs and west goes my nose! Made it back without incident. I need a drink!


I've read this 4 or 5 times now and its still funny! Great report, MFair thumbsup

A lot of you guys are writing really good reports! I'm not that creative, but I'll try to add reports best I can smile2

Thank you Bucksnort. I appreciate that. As Robert says, no need to try to jazz it up, its just nice to see how everyone else is fairing. Welcome back ArisFuser.


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#3992998 - 08/09/14 06:27 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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8 August 1916
Achille Coppens
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Farman Pusher (F.E.2b) - Afternoon Patrol

Another lovely day in August for flying, but not much to report. Our C.O. once again gave us fighter duty, this time an offensive patrol. Our flight leader took us about 3 miles into German territory where we patrolled over the town of Athies. In route I spotted 6 contacts coming across the lines in our direction, but our flight leader was uninterested and didn't investigate. Then on our last circuit of patrol I spotted two contacts directly below us that came into view as Fokkers! But no matter how wildly I dipped my wings no one else in my flight of 6 saw them and I wasn't about to dive after them by myself. So off to home it was.

One of our flight did lose his engine or was hit by AAA on the way home and had to drop out trailing smoke and hopefully made it to a nearby friendly airfield, and upon our return it was announced that a victory was awarded to Sgt. Alfons Vanoutryve who was seriously wounded in yesterday's encounter by A Flight with the Fokkers. Apparently he and his obs/gunner Capt. Batsleer gave the Hun better than they took!


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#3993003 - 08/09/14 07:21 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: ArisFuser]  
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Originally Posted By: ArisFuser
Hello again guys. I have been away from duty for soo long due to real life issues that I may stay off the (titanium?)fence just watching you guys risking your virtual lives,...really happy to be back to this magnificent sim.


Glad to see you back. When you capture a sortie or two on the web page I will move you back to the active pilots.


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#3993008 - 08/09/14 08:08 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Belgian WWI Aircraft:

To keep my Belgian campaign as real as possible I'm planning my career through the war and trying to determine which aircraft Belgium had in the 'Aviation Militaire.' So far I've found either text or photographs for:

B.E.2c
Farman Pusher (F.E.2b substitute)
Strutter
R.E. 8
Nieuport 11
Nieuport 16
Nieuport 17
Nieuport 23
Camel
Spad VII
Spad XIII

and now I just found this entry for the Pup:

From the Windsock Sopwith Pup Datafile Special;

"At least six Pups were supplied to the Aviation Militaire Belge in summer 1917. Four were with the Belgian 1e Escadrille in 1917, and the type also saw limited service with the 5me Escadrille."

So over time I should be good to go on any of the above planes in Belgian colors. Any others I should add to the list? What about late war 2-seaters for Belgium?

Thanks!


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#3993027 - 08/09/14 10:40 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Bucksnort, I still have a few Belgian skins laying about from OFF that I can update for you into WOFF if you like. At one point I had created the entire set for the 9em Camels but it appears the only one I have now is Jan Olieslagers', (hard drive crash a couple of years ago wiped out a lot of things).

EDIT:

Bucksnort, you're in luck on the Camel. It appears that is one of the files I can drop right into WOFF and it is a perfect match.




Let me know if you need markings for the Aviation Militaire Belge placed on any of the planes you have in your list and I can take care of that for you. I know Olham has put together the BE2 to get you started and I am happy to help out as well.

By the way, have you bought rounds yet? Hmmmm, don't seem to recall that. Cheers! cheers

Lou

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#3993029 - 08/09/14 10:49 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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The continuing career of Albert "Mushroom" Ward:




9 Aug 1916 @ 06h24 Bombing of Ghistelles aerodrome south of Ostend

Escort of 4 Nieuport 11s of RNAS-1 out of Furnes

I lead the flight with Parsons, Shook, Soar, Musurier and Chadwick accompanying.
A flight sent 3 strutters to assist. Good thing they did because all of B flight missed the target and A flight all nailed it. No enemy aircraft were encountered and we returned to base un-molested.

YouTube Video:


9 Aug 1916 @ 14h09 Bombing of Ghistelles aerodrome south of Ostend again

I lead the flight with Parsons, Soar, and Hervey accompanying. I guess the C.O. felt B flight needed the practice after the last poor show. This time we all hit the target. Three EIII took off from the field but we had height and speed and they never caught up to us.
We all landed safely back at base.

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#3993036 - 08/09/14 11:22 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Congrats on 25 victories Robert. I've been very short on time lately yet I've been following this thread with only enough time to read, but rarely comment or add to it all. I've been putting much effort into sweat equity home improvement and in working on my investment portfolio (so I can put together the best gaming rig known to man). yep

I continued to be impressed with how many pilots are having long careers and are still on their first pilot. If not for a faulty Le Rhne well over Hunland I'd still be on my first pilot as well but that's the way it went for many pilots in the war so I can appreciate the authenticity of it. I'm 10 flights in on Basil Calderwood and he has 2 victories to his credit. I'm loving the DH2 and just getting used to her idiosyncrasies.

Well done lads and keep up the good work.

#3993039 - 08/09/14 11:28 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Welcome back, Aris - don't sit on the fence - join the battle!

Good to see you got started, Buck!

Lou, great, if you can assist with skins here - there may be more Belgian flyers in the future,
when they see the list of planes they might fly.
And to your question: did he buy any rounds yet? Well, if he did I was too drunk to remember it.
Better we start all over again.

Robert, I just tried something out: I lowered the sound for your YouTube videos to "5",
and then I played a compilation of modern German "Krautrock" while watching them;
instrumentals with electric guitars, bass and drums - although not really time-related,
it worked amazingly well together IMHO.

Geeze, this week was a mess of social and other duties, but now i hope to be able to fly 2-4 missions
with my "Walfisch" in the DiD Campaign.

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#3993043 - 08/09/14 11:39 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Dear Mom and Dad,

I am writing to you, because I have had my first real solo flight today morning.
I thought it would be nice to show you and Dand, how beautiful Paris is in the summertime, especially from above.
Donbe tomuch concerned about me, Im doing well. Instructor says Ill be off flighttraining by the next weeks beginning, so if you receive this letter,I propably flying and fighting above the frontline, chasing german planes off the sky already.
Enclosed with this letter, I do send you some lovely pics of my last trip.

Enjoy these pictures, greetings to Dad, and dont be concerned to much. Im sure this will be over by christmas.

Yours,

Charles







#3993050 - 08/09/14 12:35 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Bucksnort, I would say your reports are spot on.
Lou, Stunning skin! Beautiful.
Robert, One more mission should get you to 50!
LtCasey, great shots.


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