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#3998060 - 08/19/14 07:10 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart ***** [Re: Olham]  
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Hasse, with Lou I hope we have a "President of the DiD Medal Awarding Commity" (which is also him actually),
who may find medals to award to you as a tireless two-seater pilot - if you live long enough.


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#3998065 - 08/19/14 07:21 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Hasse]  
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Originally Posted By: Hasse
Well, I don't expect my two-seater pilot to be decorated with the PLM any time soon! Fighter jockeys have a tendency to hog all the awards. smile

However, there were also some highly decorated non-fighter pilots and also observers in WW1 air forces. For example in the German air force (both navy and army) there were in total 80 awards of the PLM, of which 14 were awarded to bomber pilots and observers, one to both the commanding general and his chief of staff and the rest to the fighter pilots.

Olham, I think that the DSO is easily the best looking British military award. Lou has again done a great job with the graphics! smile


Hasse, I should think that as a two-seater pilot you'd be feeling pretty good about now since you are currently tied in terms of awards with the other two DID German fliegers, both of whom are scout jockeys. winkngrin

Thanks for the kudos on my crafting of the DID awards graphics, I do what I can. And I agree about the DSO, it is a beautiful medal.

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#3998070 - 08/19/14 07:47 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: RAF_Louvert]  
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Originally Posted By: RAF_Louvert
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Actually, what we seem to be missing are some more DID Fliegertruppen pilots. We only have three at the moment.

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You are correct Lou, but given the duration planned for DiD, unless some of our pilots die off then re-enlistment in a German unit will not be possible unless some new members join in the DiD campaign. Technically survivors could be tied up for 2 years with DiD. I'm not sure some of us seniors will live that long biggrin

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#3998075 - 08/19/14 07:52 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Robert, we have Autumn 1916 in the campaign; then there would be the whole of 1917
and most of 1918 - that's ca. 2 years and 4 months.

I guess more flyers may be applying once the Albatros is there. The Eindecker is not
very attractive for scout pilots in late 1916.


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#3998089 - 08/19/14 08:30 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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we will have more central power pilots. No one can resist 2 spandaus facing forward.

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#3998092 - 08/19/14 08:40 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Yes, unfortunately the Eindecker is not a very good poster aircraft for encouraging new Jagdflieger to join the Kaiser's ranks. Things will change when the Albs start coming into service - at least I hope so! This DID campaign could always use more pilots. It's the most fun I've had with WOFF so far.


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#3998093 - 08/19/14 08:51 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Great, Hasse - not much longer, and the Halberstadt will be available for mid-ranks.
That is the first useful fighter. The Albatros D.I and D.II will begin to arrive ca. 20 September.
Either I need to get promoted until then - or I'd better get good on the Halby...


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#3998128 - 08/19/14 10:31 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Originally Posted By: Olham
Robert, we have Autumn 1916 in the campaign; then there would be the whole of 1917
and most of 1918 - that's ca. 2 years and 4 months.



There you go! My mind is already failing so I may not get there! old_simmer


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#3998237 - 08/20/14 03:51 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Arrived back last night from my Paris Holiday.

Rolled out as #4 with B flights 6 a/c for a Bombing hop back to Epinoy. Broken clouds gave good cover on the IP as well as the Bombardment run. I broke formation, cutting the motor, and in a shallow dive went down to 5000ft.
Dropped the eggs and watched the fun. Mine hit on the flight line. The flight dumping from 9000ft hit a building and all along the back of the maint tents, I say, Jolly good show.

Intell: The Hun cannons are getting the range and becoming aggressive. I landed at Bellevue just to check over my kite. They were that close.

#3998251 - 08/20/14 04:24 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Well, I'll keep this short and sweet since I'm too annoyed for anything else.

Dudley's dead, and it's my own bloody fault.

So, four of us are told to bomb the German position closest to Nieuport, and so closest to my position in Couderkerque. No problem.

I immediately break formation, not out of fear of my companions (which is highly justified), but because I see a train below me and I just love flying along the length and through the smoke from the smokestack. By the time I finished with my fun, I'd lost my flight. Still no problem thanks to Lou's awesome maps.

I flew on course and crossed the border at about 2,000 feet. Since I was self-navigating, I didn't want to risk going into the low cumulus clouds and losing my way. I took a few potshots from enemy artillery. Even that wasn't the problem.

No, the problem was I was already in an iffy mood and feeling bloody minded. No Eindeckers found me so far, so I would hunt them down. I flew towards Nieumunster aerodrome, steadily climbing now through German occupied Belgium.

I never did quite find the aerodrome, but I was over green earth. I circled a few times. No Eindeckers. Sighed and turned for home.

My observer opened fire. Then someone opened fire on ME.

I spun around. That wasn't an Eindecker! When it was all over I turned on labels to find out it was a Halberstadt. All I knew was that it was a biplane, it was hostile, and it was capable of all sorts of aerobatics the Eindecker could only dream of.

I tried flying away. He caught me and filled me with lead. My pilot fell to 70% health or so. Far worse, my engine started sputtering. I steered my wounded crate off coast to avoid ground attack, but the Halberstadt followed me. I veered left. It veered left. I veered right. I think the damn thing barrel-rolled just to prove it could. Then filled me with some more lead.

23% health. Steep dive. I levelled off at 500 feet, but he must have hit my engine again. It sputtered, sputtered some more, and I couldn't maintain altitude.

If I had skids it would have been a perfect landing. I didn't, so instead I ricocheted off the water, entered a good 100 foot parabolic arc, then 'landed' propeller first in the drink.

GRRRR!

#3998255 - 08/20/14 04:50 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Damn, CatKnight sure hate to lose you that way! Seems the Halbs are coming out. I haven't seen any yet and hope I don't!


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#3998257 - 08/20/14 04:53 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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The continuing career of Albert "Mushroom" Ward:



20 Aug 1916 @ 06h14 Recon Troop and Vehicle Movement North of Ypres.

I lead the flight with Shook, Mesurier, and Huskisson accompanying. A flight sent 4 craft to follow on circuit. The weather was very clear with scattered cirrus clouds and some cumulous well above 8000 ft. Our trip to the lines was uneventful but as I started my first circuit, I saw an EIII coming directly at me from my 2 oclock which I quickly engaged and was able to shoot down. I quickly scanned for more of them but none were near by. We continued our circuit for two more cycles when I noticed a schwarm of enemy craft at my 11 oclock passing directly in front of A flight who began to engage.
I signaled to attack and we began to deal with them. I shot one down and was quickly him with a burst from 8 Oclock high which hit my gas tank. I turned on him and was able to send him down while he was suspended in a climb. At this point I was quickly running out of fuel so I turned west to find a place to land and spotting a road I commenced descent into our lines. I landed safely on the road and our troops came out to assist. Neither myself or my observer were hurt but my observers gun had jammed which was likely why we were hit in the first place. Upon return to base I met up with Mesurier and Huskisson who informed me that Shook was slightly wounded in the melee but that his observer and Huskissions observer were killed. Both Shook and Huskisson had their aircraft destroyed in landing but each accounted for one of the enemy EIIIs. Mesurier also downed one but his craft will be out of action for 2 days for repair. My own craft will be out for 1 day. We all filed claims for the mission.

The C.O. called us into the office and informed me that I was being presented with the D.S.O. for exemplary service. It was a moment to be proud of but celebrations were dampened as the result of the loss of two of our best Observers. They will be dearly missed.

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20 Aug 1916 @ Railyard attack on Athies Junction south of Lens

I lead the flight with Booker, Hervey and Chadwick accompanying. A flight takes the lead with Shook and Mesurier going on ahead.and we follow. We have scattered cumulous cloud cover from 3000 to 5500 ft. with solid clear breaks. Our flight to the target was quiet with no sign of enemy aircraft. We successfully bombed the target and returned to base un-molested. We all landed safely. Upon leaving the field the adjutant waved to me to come into the C.O.s office. The C.O. shook my hand informally and stated I have good news for you Albert. Your three claims from this morning have been confirmed, and the brass have requested your service with RNAS-3. You are to pack your kit and leave in the morning. You will be commanding a Pursuit unit flying the Sopwith Pup. I must add you will be sorely missed here so go break the news to the boys and say your farewells. I suspect it will be a tiresome ride in the morning what with the condition you will likely be in and the condition of our roads. That is all!

I left the C.O.s office with mixed feelings. I certainly have been wanting such a transfer to fly the Pup since I heard about its development, but I will miss the relationships I have developed with the members of this squadron. Still, I wont be that far away and surely will be able to drop in for a visit now and then. Now on to the officers mess to break the news and celebrate.


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#3998272 - 08/20/14 05:52 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Bad news, Cat frown

After what I've been through I can't imagine having to start over, so I feel for you! The Halbs are going to change the landscape (haven't seen one yet) but when the Albs show up it will be a whole new game for a good 6 to 9 months I'm thinking.

Robert, good luck with your new Pup! I will move to one when my rank improves, but none are available to sergeants at this time. Rank has its privileges smile2

Congrats on the medals, Albert, Artemus, and Algernon thumbsup Artemus, I'll bet you were taken totally by surprise smile2


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06:31 Escort BE2c Recon Flight Near Abeele

After a ground check and then some "touch and go" circuits around the field I was invited to join a morning escort patrol. This Nieuport climbs so fast compared to the Farman we were at altitude in no time! Once we made contact with the BE2c flight rather than throttle back with the rest of my squad I dodged around the sky and got more familiar with my new craft.

As the BE2c began their recon circuit 6 Fokkers came over to contest our little party! I quickly lost sight of my flight after the merge and several turns but didn't lose sight of the three Fokkers that seemed interested in me. Not ready to fight three at once I extended and pulled them back towards friendly territory. After a few miles two of them lost interest. But one remained persistent so I turned back and obliged him in a fight.

He tried to gain altitude after our merge but no matter his skill his craft could not equal mine and I quickly broke his engine. By then we were over friendly territory and I easily caught him again when he tried to run but I could not put him down. Finally I saw his prop stop and watched him as he skillfully landed in "no mans land." I didn't have the heart to strafe him down so I dipped my wings and seeing no other members of my flight I flew home with only 41 rounds left.

My marksmanship leaves something to be desired with this top mount Lewis!


15:28 Line Patrol East of Loos

A beautiful afternoon and a completely uneventful patrol with no contacts seen other than A flight following behind us by several miles. Later in the afternoon I was given the news that my claim was approved for my first victory!


Young Sergeant Coppens with Belgian 5 Esc "Comete" Squadron looking forward to grand adventure in his new craft!



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#3998319 - 08/20/14 10:15 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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#3998330 - 08/20/14 10:58 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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CatKnight. Tough lesson, I know, I've seen me do it,

Bucksnort. Nice first mission in your scout.

Mushroom. Congrats on your transfer and new kite

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#3998338 - 08/20/14 11:26 AM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Cudos for a Achilles great mission, and that is a really nice skin on the mount Sir!


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#3998359 - 08/20/14 01:28 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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Sorry to hear about another fallen pilot!

I never go looking for trouble with my DID pilot. The risk is simply too high.


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#3998365 - 08/20/14 01:37 PM Re: The "DiD Campaign Revival" - Intro, Rules, Reports & Records Chart [Re: Olham]  
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CatKnight, it seems you met an ace - the first Halberstadts were given to the higher ranking
and the ace pilots. It read like the hard way down, and he wouldn't have let you get out of it.
But you know - you were asking for it.
Like the weather here today makes me feel that autumn has begun, the appearance of the new
Halberstadt may be the first sign of things to come: the air war will now enter a much more
brutal phase. Better dress warm, everybody...

Bucksnort, your "Comete" Escadrille looks sweet - just like something we Germans would have
for tea - Mmuahahahahaaa!!!
(Well, I better keep my big mouth shut - I am still only equipped with the Eindecker,
and these Nieuports would make short business with me, I'm sure!)



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