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emonkies

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#71 14 years ago
'=[27th= Karl Korner']UFO'S and flying saucers were all experiments in the early - late 1950's it was all about building the best weapon (cold war) thats why you probably see UFO's there probably Secret Weapons or planes from Area 51 (where they keep really secret Stuff) i was watching this UFO thing and some UFO looked like a wing shaped object similar to a jet powered wing like the stealth jet or somthing, anyway if UFO's Exist then, they are the US goverments secret projects, anyway i don't belive in aliens. if aliens really existed then we would kick there ass coz we got more weapons and stuff than them except for big battleship-type spaceship thingies like you see in Star Wars. this is all confusing and a load of total utter crap i bet Alpenfestung is a fake map that somone made to get attention saying the nazis had Flying saucers or helicopters. also there was no jet on jet combat i don't think even though the british Meteor jet actually saw action against V-1 Flying Bombs (doodle-bugs) i don't know if the Meteor or Messerschmidt 262 actually got into combat together, you never know, histories full of suprises :uhoh:

Avro VZ-9-AV Avrocar. Was a failure and suffered from severre instability and was barely controllable.

The YB-49 jet flying wing. YB_49-1.jpg

Alpenfestung is a fake map, it never happened. It is called a "What if?" map.

The Flettner FL-282 Kolibri did fly in WW2.

The Focke-Achgelis FA-223 Drache set a altitude record in 1940. It was also used as a trooptransport and as a lift vehicle to recover downed aircraft airframes pieces. FA223.jpg




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#72 14 years ago

lol anlu.......i think hotlinking is disabled.........dont ask me what makes me think that




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#73 14 years ago

only some of the stuff the germans had was 'advanced', such as in rocketry. Don't forget that gas turbine engine was panted in britain first, and the gloscter meteor actually arrived at squadrons at the same time as the 262, it just didn't go on fighter vs fighter missions. The first us jet fighter , the p-59 was in development starting in 41, so it wasn't like the allies were sitting on there duffs. As for helicopters, the germans had some good protypes protoypes, but the US and britain actually field over a 130+ and used them extensively, and performed the first combat medivac. The skirosky R-4 was by the end of the war they were already being replaced by the improved r-5 http://www.military.cz/usa/air/war/helo/r4/r4_en.htm As for things like ant-ship guided missles, the us had a few combat experiments with them as well. The allies also went on actualy tv guided bomber mission against submarines pens. Germany fielded some neat stuff, but often the lead was not particulary great and they were behind in areas well. Where I go give the germans a lot of credit though is with large rockets, which was really unparrelled. That and of course keeping up as well as they did, given what they had set themselves up against. the r4, by a large margin had most flight hours of any ww2 heli, and was also used to perform the first combat medivac. 130+ produced r4bd1.jpg even the japanese had some neat tricks they tested this radio-controlled goliath like thing in 39; reportedly used, or at least experimented with it in manchuria. type97-miniengineering-yigo.jpg




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#74 14 years ago
Anlushac11 Alpenfestung is a fake map, it never happened. It is called a "What if?" map.

Even if my belief in Nazi saucers is starting to wane I remember a site saying that a Vril 7 was (during the late stages of the war) moved to a base i Austria called ''Alpenfestung'', from there it was moved to Japan and after it left Japan nobody knew where it had gone. But as you say, the Internet is full of lies so who knows. P.S: Does anybody here know who Wehrner von Braun is?




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#75 14 years ago

I do.

German rocket scientist, developed the V2 into an effective weapon. Later moved to the USA and worked with NASA on developing our rocket program.




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#76 14 years ago

Cause Wehrner von Braun and Herman Oberth confirmed (or something that way) the existance of some of these secret projects. Herman Oberth said that they where helped by ''people from other worlds''.




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#77 14 years ago
BDNeonMan don't you guys play the Secret Weapons expansion pack? :rolleyes: Remember the map Kbely airfield? The objective in that map was to destroy experimental UFO-ish looking aircraft. I'm pretty sure EA had some reason for putting those in. Perhaps they were in developement during the later stages of the war or something. EA doesn't put stuff in their games for no reason after all. you devs oughta take the model from that map, give it physics and moving props and so on, and slap it in Alpenfestung. Make it like a flettner, except much faster and slightly better armed.

Agreed, EA are surely the masters of realism, they probably ordered Dice Canada to include the saucers as you say for realisms sake, but also prototypes and experimental aircraft that flew first after the war was over like the Goblin and the Northrop wing, and also to put these vehicles in battles that never happened.