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  1. 370th FG Scoreboard, as of the morning of 15th November 1944: 410th BG Scoreboard as of the morning of 14th November 1944:
  2. 410th BG Awards and Promotions: Maj. Sid Viscous has been awarded the Bronze Star. Congratulations sir! Personnel: 2nd Lt. Dave Haggis joins the squadron. 2nd Lt. David Crosby joins the squadron. Rosters:
  3. 370th FG Awards and Promotions: 2nd Lieutenant Casey Baker has been promoted to 1st Lieutenant. 2nd Lt. Luke Rox has been awarded the Purple Heart. Congratulations gentlemen! Personnel: 2nd Lt. Luke Rox has been transferred from the 402nd to the 485th. 2nd Lt. Denis Richard rejoins the 485th FS. Rosters:
  4. Debrief for the 14th November 1944: 370th FG: 402nd - Bombing of rail targets, Bonn. 485th - Patrol for Air Targets over Front Lines, Gerolstein-Nettersheim sector 410th BG - Bombing of infantry positions near Nettersheim. The 402nd under the charge of Capt. Efftee led a highly successful mission; excellent bombing results in Bonn wiped out the briefed rail targets plus a smattering of peripheral trucks and AAA. As the squadron circled the city trying to pick out any other targets Red 4 2nd Lt. Bowen spotted bogeys to
  5. 370th FG Scoreboard, as of the morning of 14th November 1944: 410th BG Scoreboard as of the morning of 14th November 1944:
  6. 410th BG Awards and Promotions: None. Personnel: No changes. Roster:
  7. 370th FG Awards and Promotions: None. Personnel: We welcome Captain Frank Priory to the 485th as a new Flight Commander; he's an experienced P-38 pilot, having flown a tour in the Aleutians and done a spell of instructing. Rosters:
  8. Debrief for the 11th November 1944: 370th FG: 402nd - Escort of RAF B-25s to Krefeld. 485th - Patrol for Air Targets over Front Lines, Gymnich-Düsseldorf sector 410th BG - Bombing of convoy near Düsseldorf Another longer range mission mission today. The 485th ran their air patrol but yet again the Luftwaffe refrained our advances and so they took to harassing the Krauts on the ground; however the Flak arm put up a great deal of resistance and for once inhibited the usually robust 485th efforts. 2nd Lt.
  9. The thumbnail for EDs latest sale video surreptitiously included a preview of the new cloud tech. Me likey!
  10. The thumbnail for EDs latest sale video surreptitiously included a preview of the new cloud tech. Me likey!
  11. Merely a formatting error on my part FT... now corrected. Your place in the anals annuls of history is now complete.... 😉
  12. 370th FG Awards and Promotions The following pilots have been decorated for their recent acts of valour: 2nd Lt. Casey Baker - Bronze Star 2nd Lt. Colin Fryer - Bronze Star 2nd Lt. Gary Funflaque- Bronze Star 2nd Lt. Dave Scott - Bronze Star Heartiest congratulations to you gentlemen, and keep up the excellent work; you are indeed setting an example for your fellow pilots to emulate. And with heavy heart we also announce that in his last action: Lt. Per Fesser - Distinguished Flying Cross (posthumously) Gr
  13. Debrief for the 8th November 1944: 402nd - Escort of RAF B-25s to Gorinchem. 485th - Patrol for Air Targets over Front Lines, Gorinchem sector An unusual day on many counts, some good, some bad. Away from our normal sector of operations the 370th FG were tasked with missions that were in direct support of a push by Commonwealth forces attempting to cross the Waal river; this involved a longer than usual cruise to target. Despite many missions of only paltry appearances by the Luftwaffe they certainly showed up today; a flight of 190s jumped the 485th, with a second group a
  14. You'll be missed Christoph but give my namesake our warmest birthday regards and wish him well from all of us at chez Fenrir.
  15. Hello chaps; updated some of the elevation diagrams as my figures for the altitudes covered by the scan zones were off by a factor of .5! Now corrected.
  16. Red Lion booked for 2 nights; Fenrir and Dadda-Fen in attendance!
  17. The scoreboard as of the morning of the 8th November 1944: Rosters to follow....
  18. Debrief for the 5th November 1944: 402nd - Air Patrol of the front-lines between Gerolstein and Nettersheim. 485th - Attacking Rail Targets in Bonn It would be difficult to have so productive a mission again today as we had on our previous outing, and so it bore out; that it is not to say that either squadron did not accomplish their missions, quite the opposite: both squadrons successfully completed their assigned tasks and then some, just that the level of over-achievement that has been in evidence with the groups activities of late was not quite so staggering today!
  19. I can give you 10 min Tbone but that'll be a hard limit - one second after 21:09:59 and we're committed, with you or without. I've given others a little grace if they've been polite enough to forewarn us, so I don't see why you shouldn't get the same.
  20. And it's MONSTROUS...!!! https://forums.eagle.ru/forum/english/licensed-third-party-projects/heatblur-simulations/dcs-f-14a-b/7126047-dcs-f-14-development-update-enter-the-a Wow! 3 variants of the -A model, a 10-mission campaign for the Caucasus that can be flown with a mate, either as RIO or wingman, external sound overhaul, plus AIM-54 improvements, and a host of other fixes.... wh00t! EDIT: Need to clarify; we're initially only getting the first of 3 -A variants. The one that will arrive two weeks from now will in essence be chronologically & technically similar to
  21. That, Christoph, was bloody marvellous! Great work chum!
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