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Mako1109 Nov 2016 4:28 a.m. PST

I'm curious to know which aircraft are included in the Luftsturm 1946 and Amerika Bomber rules?

Is there a list of them available anywhere?

I didn't see them on the MSD website, other than a few examples mentioned.

I'm especially interested in which experimental, and/or hypothetical aircraft designs are included in them, rather than the more mundane, "real" operational types.

gamershs09 Nov 2016 1:06 p.m. PST

I have both sets of rules and the Japanese Kamikaze 1946 rules. The problem is they just list the aircraft and there data and do not list which were on paper, being developed, being tested or entering production. Go through the aircraft listed in the catalog and then look the ones you don't recognize up on google.

I have bought a number of the aircraft listed. Will have a bomber mission where US B-35 (flying wings) being escorted by US P-80 (Shooting Stars) and British Vampires. Then there are the German Interceptors.

boy wundyr x10 Nov 2016 8:17 a.m. PST

Do you have a source for 1/600 1946 a/c Mako? Or are you going with 1/300?

Mako1110 Nov 2016 3:03 p.m. PST

No, probably going 1/300th for those.

Tumbling Dice does product the He-162 though, which saw only a handful of sorties of operational use.

Allen5712 Nov 2016 9:38 p.m. PST

Hi Mako,

Did you get what you wanted from the books? I have them but have been gone. If you contact me I will compile a list of aircraft for you. Not sure about models availability though I would like to stick to 1/600. Looking into models in that scale.

Let me know if you still need stuff. Contact althegame AT yahoo DOT com.

PIPERS05 Jan 2017 5:50 p.m. PST

What rules are?

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