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Kämpfer

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#31 17 years ago

raslinIf it didnt have the french engines, i twould basically be the 321, so i consider it a french plane... ;)

Also, archangel, har har. The germans used french tactics(de guallist tactics anyways, not used by most of french army), french armour ideas(the french were awesome with riveting, etc), and french engines, like the me323(not only these, but they did use them). Also, They used french factories for stuff, and french workers for the atlantic wall.

Since when were you so Pro-French?




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#32 17 years ago
KämpferSince when were you so Pro-French?

Good on him.. I Hope the French make the finals in the rugby world cup.




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#33 17 years ago
mr_FishThe earlier versions of that Me323 were gliders, the newer one had engines. Who told that it's big? :p me323_06.jpg

well thats not 100%ly right.

the early ME323 was gliders without engines, they needed about 3 planes to take up, in the air they cuttet the ropes and it glides behind the enemy lines WITHOUT any engine sound .... it was invisible ...

the later ME323 had own engines which was used to take off ... but after they was over enemy teretory they switched the engines off and glide the rest ...




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#34 17 years ago

That's not right either :p The 'early version' of the ME323 was called the ME321! And it didn't need 3 planes, if you've ever played IL2 Sturmovik you'd know it would be towed using a He111ziwilling (sp?)




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#35 17 years ago

Haha, yes Lightning is right (PS: Sturmovik 0WNZ!!!). And I love the model! Just hope it'll be put on a VERY LARGE map so it will have enough flying space and it wont get shot down easily!




Kämpfer

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#36 17 years ago

Hmm, no one has quite confirmed if any versions of the ME-323 had rockets to help with take off..?




Tim nice but dim

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#37 17 years ago
KämpferHmm, no one has quite confirmed if any versions of the ME-323 had rockets to help with take off..?

http://www.constable.ca/me323.htm

Read the first paragraph. It uses JATO(jet assisted take off) :nodding:

and four rockets could be mounted on each wing outside of the last engine to assist with take-offs




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#38 17 years ago
LIGHTNING [NL]And it didn't need 3 planes, if you've ever played IL2 Sturmovik you'd know it would be towed using a He111ziwilling

he111.jpg thats what we are talking about :)




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#39 17 years ago
'LIGHTNING [NL']That's not right either :p The 'early version' of the ME323 was called the ME321! And it didn't need 3 planes, if you've ever played IL2 Sturmovik you'd know it would be towed using a He111ziwilling (sp?)

Actually, germans did use triplets of bf 110s to tow Me-321s. Works that way too, but it was riskier with three planes in close formation than with one He-111Z ;)




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#40 17 years ago

Tim nice but dimhttp://www.constable.ca/me323.htm

Read the first paragraph. It uses JATO(jet assisted take off) :nodding:

and four rockets could be mounted on each wing outside of the last engine to assist with take-offs

Yes, good I knew I had heard that, thanks for confirmation.