Operation Taifun #10 - In Napoleon's Footsteps

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Operation Taifun #10 - In Napoleon's Footsteps

Post by Onebad » Mon Dec 03, 2018 3:46 am

My view of this week's dogfight between 10(Schacht)/LG 2 and some soviet bad guys. Hats off to the MiGs - was quite a scrap.



Hopefully Vanguard's video will come online soon so we can get a decent relation of the fight.
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Re: Operation Taifun #10 - In Napoleon's Footsteps

Post by Vanguard » Mon Dec 03, 2018 7:55 am

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'It takes the [Royal] Navy three years to build a ship, but it would take three hundred years to rebuild a tradition; the evacuation will continue.'
Viscount Andrew B. Cunningham's reply when it was suggested that the evacuation of Crete should be called off due to excessive losses and thus, abandoning 16,500 men to capture.

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Re: Operation Taifun #10 - In Napoleon's Footsteps

Post by Drifter » Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:52 pm



I have to admit, although we got our asses handed to us, it was quite a good fight. Although many of us were using our migs as if they were spitfires

Please let me know if I over did it with the music, so I know next time.
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Post by Woop » Mon Dec 03, 2018 1:18 pm

Excellent stuff Drifter!
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