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#71 16 years ago

Beast of WarYes it was used as regular level bomber, aswell, but it was a fast divebomber with divebrakes......and used as such on regular base aswell.

No, it was not the same as a HE 111 or Do 17, there were even nightfighter versions of the Ju 88.......try that with a HE111

Don't forget high alt recon as well. The Ju88 was far more versitile than either the Do17 or He111.




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#72 16 years ago

ive never heard of a high alt recon ju88, but they did make around 80 versions of the damn thing.




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#73 16 years ago
USMA2010ive never heard of a high alt recon ju88, but they did make around 80 versions of the damn thing.

Maybe it's the JU-188 or 388 "P" models? (just a guess)




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#74 16 years ago

Wasn't the Ju88 also equipped with that 38cm cannon? Or was it a He177?




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#75 16 years ago

38 cm??




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#76 16 years ago

oh yeah. Anti shipping




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#77 16 years ago

oh hell yea, 38cm. major pwnage!

it was a 57mm long barrel anti tank gun

and for german anti ships, put in the good ol FW200 Condor, and the sunderland for the brits, those would be sooooo sweet in atlantic.




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#78 16 years ago
SkipsterMaybe it's the JU-188 or 388 "P" models? (just a guess)

Actually, the Ju-388L. http://cip.physik.uni-wuerzburg.de/~vernalek/Ju388US.html

Crap, sorry about that link, I'm not really Web-savvy :D