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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/stories-45563335/the-daring-allied-plan-to-defeat-the-nazis
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    Havn't seen this guy before.
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    Storm of War test server running over this weekend: http://www.stormofwar.org/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=6860
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    Thanks FT All we need now is for people to read the Forums
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    Calendar has been adjusted to this new development
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    By an overwhelming majority, last night it was decided the in future Great Battles will be fought on a Tuesday night as 1946 attendance is a bit disappointing. 1946 missions will still be flown on Sundays
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    You want these. Trust me. https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/en/files/3123988/
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    So this is happening this coming weekend (22nd & 23rd) - Jabo and Blubear are DoD (Dogz on Duty) Flying List Red Arrows - Royal Air Force Typhoon FGR4 - Royal Air Force Voyager KC Mk.2, Typhoon FGR4's- Royal Air Force (Flypast) Tornado GR4, F-35 Lightning II, Avro Lancaster, PA474- Royal Air Force (617 Squadron Flypast) Atlas A400M, Royal Air Force (Flypast) Tutor T1, Royal Air Force Supermarine Spitfire I, N3200 - Imperial War Museums Supermarine Spitfire I, AR213 - Comanche Fighters via The Fighter Collection Supermarine Spitfire I, X4650 - Comanche Fighters via The Fighter Collection Supermarine Spitfire Vb, EP120 – The Fighter Collection Supermarine Spitfire Vb, BM597– Historic Aircraft Collection Supermarine Spitfire Vc, AR501 – Shuttleworth Collection Supermarine Spitfire Vc, JG891- Comanche Fighters via The Fighter Collection Supermarine Spitfire Vc, EE602– Richard Grace Supermarine Spitfire VIII, MT928- Maxi Gainza Supermarine Spitfire IX, TD314 - Aero Legends Supermarine Spitfire IXb, MH434 – OFMC Supermarine Spitfire T9 – Aircraft Restoration Company Supermarine Spitfire T9 – Aero Legends Supermarine Spitfire T9 – Aircraft Restoration Company Supermarine Spitfire PRXI, PL983 – Aircraft Restoration Company Supermarine Spitfire PRXI, PL965 – P. Teichman Supermarine Spitfire XIVe, MV268 – Richard Grace Supermarine Spitfire XVIe, TD248 – Eastern Airways Supermarine Spitfire XVIII, SM845 – Eastern Airways Hawker Hurricane I P3717 – Bygone Aviation Hawker Hurricane I P2902 – Richard Grace Hawker Hurricane XIIa, 5711 – Historic Aircraft Collection Hawker Hurricane, R4118 – Aircraft Restoration Company Hawker Sea Hurricane Ib, Z7015 – Shuttleworth Collection Avro Tutor – Shuttleworth Collection Avro Anson C19 – BAE Systems Heritage Flight BAC Jet Provost – Jeff Bell Blackburn B2 – BAE Systems Heritage Flight Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress – B-17 Preservation Ltd Bristol Fighter – Shuttleworth Collection Bristol Blenheim I – Aircraft Restoration Company Consolidated PBY-5A Catalina – Plane Sailing De Havilland DH.82a Tiger Moth – Classic Wings De Havilland DH.89 Dragon Rapide – Classic Wings De Havilland Devon - Aero Legends De Havilland Vampire FB52 – NAFHS De Havilland Vampire T55 – NAFHS De Havilland Canada Chipmunk, WZ879 – Howard Cook Folland Gnat T1 x2 – Oliver Wheeldon Gloster Gladiator I – Shuttleworth Collection Hawker Nimrod I – The Fighter Collection Hawker Nimrod II – Historic Aircraft Collection Hawker Fury I – Historic Aircraft Collection Hispano Buchon HA-112 MIL – Aircraft Restoration Company Hispano HA-1112-M4L Buchon “White 9″ – Richard Grace Hispano HA-1112-M4L Buchon “Yellow 7″ – Richard Grace Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI – NAFHS Miles Magister – Shuttleworth Collection North American Harvard – Aircraft Restoration Company North American P-51D Mustang 44-73877 – Norwegian Spitfire Foundation North American P-51D Mustang 44-72216 – Aircraft Restoration Company Percival Prentice - Aero Legends Percival Provost T1 – Dave Cooper Percival Pembroke CI – Percival Aircraft RAF SE5a – Shuttleworth Collection Westland Lysander – Shuttleworth Collection Westland Whirlwind HAR10 – Andrew Whitehouse Yakovlev Yak 3 – Will Greenwood Yakovlev Yak 3 – Mark Davy 19 Spitfires & 5 Hurricanes - Should be bloomin' amazing (just need to keep fingers crossed for the weather)
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    Hello chaps & chapesses, Heads up to alert those of you running on the DCS Stable Release Version that there is a significant update today, 19/09/18. Here's the changelog: DCS 2.5.3.21708 Mi-8MTV2 and Ka-50: Memory of Hero campaign added Added Helicopters Ops mission dedicated to start of sales the Helicopters bundle (Ka-50, Mi-8MTV2, UH-1H, SA342)DCS World GUI Error when using task ‘Embark’ to transport for vehicle fixed GUI Error when user tries to open tab Stop Condition after add waypoint fixed Aircraft initial speed calculated based on optimal cruise values Rain droplets option listbox replaced with checkbox MSAA 8x option removed F10 view can be unzoomed now when mission saved with maximal zoom in ME Box for ‘Time left’ text expanded (offline mode) BRU-42 weight is corrected Ground units are no more moved out of the bridge being attacked Mouse camera control now works after mission change Smoke from generators no more displayed after aircraft damaged F10 map will center on players aircraft at first entering ‘Twin S-25OFM’ payload weight corrected DCS crash when user lands on carrier in VTOL aircraft fixed Flight model updated for all AIM-7 family Rain droplets artifacts fixed for all cockpits Dust and smoke atmosphere effect added to Mission Editor New label option added: Off, Full, Abbreviated, and Dot Only AV-8B AGM-65E CTD fixed VR glitch with modal windows fixed Unit icons on F10 view fixed for multimonitor configurations (note: second screen doesn’t cleared after switching to F10 view) GUI Error when try to load some static templates fixed GUI Error when selecting a group of units after loading a template fixed Senaki parking positions fixed in "FC3-Su-27-Blockade.miz" mission Wrong mission texts in no-EN locales for "SoH-F-15C-IA - BFM" Quick Start mission fixed Mission Editor crash fixed Multimonitor configurations: picture on second monitor now cleared when user switches to F10 map Fixed crash at start mission in the Persian Gulf and Normandy. Fixed issue of Oculus Rift with Asynchronous Spacewarp mode. Corrected GUI panels behaviour. Panels will be automatically closed when player opening new panel. MP. Intermittent Multiplayer Server Crash VCRUNTIME140.dll on F/A-18С rearming - fixed. Fixed crash with multi-monitor setup procedure. VR. Fixed issue when some menu items are unreachable at high main monitor resolution. VR. Cursor stretching in VR with windows cursor scale - fixed. ME. The high default speed of helicopters at initial WP - fixed. ME. Removed Double dots appears near the pasted unit on the map. A-10C "Stone Shield' campaign: CN localization added. Normandy: terrain shining removed Old style Labels option recognized incorrect fixed GUI Error when trying to paste a linked unit fixed Fixed a rare sound-related startup freeze Controls in the window bottom now accessible in 4k resolution Uncontrolled HAI falls through the ship fixed MP. Network: receiving max ping fixed MP. Chat Window key bindings fixed FC3 No more HUD avionics freeze when Mer*6 Fab-100 jettisoned Su-27 SoH BFM mission will not required installed F/A-18C module. Added czech localization to missing FC3 instant action missions. FC3 and Su-33: added missing filename extensions Su-33: twin rocket blocks moved from 4,9 to 3,10 pylons Yak-52 max weight is corrected Engine damage appears when player exceeds max possible RPM Engine start sequence is corrected ‘Fighter’ aircraft icon replaced Logbook will work with Yak-52. Yak-52 input russian localization corrected for undercarriage commands F/A-18C AIM7 FLOOD mode corrected PRF selection label by OSB 1 changed to PDI cannot be changed unless the lock is dropped Hornet PAI will now engage targets with radar-guided missiles Power Up sound, EW Tones and Lights added HSI brightness now can be adjusted Corrected AIM-9X search tone Over-wing vapor added AIM-9X HOBS extended to 90 degrees New EW symbols added ACM indication error when select AA weapon fixed Carrier catapults will work correctly at low and high temperature of the environment. Added missing Pulse Repetition Frequency (PRF) for RWS. Fix radar boresight mode. Now scan range is equal 10 Nm. Incorrect radar azimuth coverage after lock-on - fixed. HSI waypoint will be the incorrect location on moving map. F/A-18 Lesson_2 Cold Start mission corrected (static object moved from of aircraft) L-39C Gunsight option for L-39 moved to the Mission Editor, aircraft panel F-5E RWR intensity knob now rotates smooth F-5E Chinese cockpit texture added Trimmer reverse in pitch channel fixed Flight manual CN added. Mi-8 Mi-8MTV2 Chinese cockpit texture updated MiG-15 Throttle sticking in max and min positions when controlled by keyboard fixed Nose light cone from landing light will not be seen if battery depleted. DCS Combined Arms M1A1 sound issue with error message - fixed. DCS UH-1H Corrected cockpit glass transparency. China Asset Pack Surface-To-Air missile parameters updated Campaigns Mi-8 Oilfield: Mission 12 improved, APA-80 starts after switching off the external power Known Issues Input commands disappears at some multimonitor configurations ScaleUI does not scale properly to UIMainView if not the Same Resolution as DCS Resolution Custom labels in mission container doesn't applies in simulation
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    Was a pleasure old bean. An audience does raise the stakes and the heart rate, n'es pas?! Well flown - as discussed, your fundamental technique is about right, it's just a case of tidying the edges. Oh, and bloody good gunnery by the way. You could teach some of the chaps a thing or two!
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    Good morning Fen and all the DD flyers for last night.It will take time to recognize voices and call signs, but we will get there. Work to do on the flight side and also getting used to having your performance monitored by several sets of eyes.That has not happened for some years. It was also interesting hearing voices other than computer generated ones. A whole new experience for me! Thanks to all for my first real taste of online flying.
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    As it turned out it was 9pm before I got home, so it's just as well we didn't make any arrangements! lol And Marc will be home for Christmas before you know it.
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    Hi Todd, Pen and paper job first; Make a note of your graphics settings, camera speed settings, custom settings and settings on the launcher box - prefer web distribution, etc. Then go into the game files themselves which - if you downloaded normally - will be found at something like; c/x86programmefiles/1CGS/battleofstalingrad/data In the data file you will find a folder marked 'input'. This has all your control settings and should be a copy/paste job to save in a safe place. Once you've re-downloaded the game simply copy/paste back again. If you've downloaded any skins look in the data folder and find the graphics folder and skins will be in there. Save in the same way. When you come to re-download the game itself it will offer you Battle of Moscow. I don't know why but thats the one you want. Good luck. S!
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    Hello Redtail and welcome to the Dogz My dad spent most of the 'fifties looking very much like this
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    That's good to know Bill, I am also a gentleman of leisure so I should be able to fit in with your times,before others start to appear. I don't think my wife quite knows what I have let myself in for😀 I noticed some very interesting two wheeled beasty in some of your gallery pics.I used to own bikes for many years and ride one at work. Except mine had blue lights and had a siren😈
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    Open office will do all he wants.
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    Thanks mate, I am afraid that beneath this resilient exterior lies the soul of a soft squishy dad who is going to miss his ( not so little) buddy immensely! Pass me a tissue Tito.........
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    some stuff plus this today Surely, we have worked on the other parts of the sim as well. One month ago we could show you the 3D model of Me 262 without textures and a couple of weeks ago you saw the cockpit of P-47D that was untextured too, but today we present them to you in the game engine - the artists haven't finished the texturing and materials yet, but they are almost done. What can we say - while P-47D-28 cockpit is a bit overwhelming with all the details, instruments, controls and various information plates, the jet aviation pioneer Me 262 looks strikingly beautiful in the air. Here they are:
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    Yes, a wonderful lady and God rest those that lost their lives.
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    Hmm. It's free content .... Amazon Prime and search for it? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr-Zz5HbO7Q
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    No ecofuel on these. From last week's air show at F16 Uppsala " Great SAAB jestfighters in six formation at Swedish Armed Forces Air Show 2018. JAS 39, SK 37, SK 60, J 35, J,32, J29."
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    It may not be the real thing, but personally I think the Flug Werke 190 is a worthy stand-in rather than just a replica. Can't believe it was nine years ago that we saw one at Legends:
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    Yes, it is a flying FW 190 A8 and it is stationed in Sweden. Unfortnuatly it isn't the BMW 801 engine, but a russian ASH82 one. Short story, from what I read in the comments: Many Flugwerke "parts" were required to re-build this aircraft. Which was crash landed on a farm in Southern Sweden by Ludwig Nitzsch of 1./J.G. 54., at the end of WWII. Ludwig returned to the farm on his release from the authorities and married the farmer's daughter. He lived in Sweden until his death 1998?
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    Killing Joke? Bloody hell FT! I saw them at Elephant Fayre in Cornwall in the summer of '85. Apparently this is considered their best ever live gig......but I thought they were crap. Probably not helped by it raining all evening. The following night New Model Army headlined and I thought they were better but they were cut short by a power failure. For pure eighties nostalgia here's the Cure at Glastonbury the following summer. They came on stage during a lightning storm over the site, then the rain stopped, the lasers on the top of the pyramid stage started up and the moon came out......... Edit; excellent news Crash. Hopefully these guys can start work on my Mosquito next!
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