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Posted by: Icterio This is very good news to me. Its a excellent idea to follow a specific fighter (or other) unit. Since the Aviation Elite series is dead, this is a good combination. A book detailing the aces of a particular unit will provide the essencial history of the unit as well, as we can see by the contents of the book. Maybe this is the optimal solution. Let's hope for a JG 1 and JG 26 Aircraft of the Aces, for example.
Posted on: 01/08/2013 02:38:00

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Posted by: BobG
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Joined Date: Saturday, 12 February 2011
A few RAF titles certainly wouldn't go amiss, if you tried to combine an interesting variety of aircraft types with a few different theatres of operation. 274 squadron, for instance, would get you Gladiators, Hurricanes, Spitfires andTempests, and move you from the western desert to Tunisia, then Italy and the Balkans, and back to the UK for D-Day and the final move into the low countries. One of their pilots was "Hamish" Dodds, top desert Hurricane ace with 13 kills- most of which were vastly superior 109s and Macchi 202s.
Posted on: 01/08/2013 04:13:00

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