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Microbiggie22 Dec 2016 8:58 a.m. PST

In early December we played a game that had elements of the 2) plane flight from the 14th BS with Lt G Schaetzel and Lt G R Montgomery trying to bomb some landing forces off Aparri. Ki 27s from 30th Sentai had not very successful go at them Bombers missed the ships handily. We had a separate game running with 3) P35s from the 34th PS going after the same targets but close to sea level. The interception by Nates from 34th Sentai were more successful and took down 2 after losing a barge to their strafing attack.

Nates can't catch the Fortresses by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Ineffective shooting from the Ki27s by Mark Luther, on Flickr

34th Sqd has a go by Mark Luther, on Flickr

The brave flight leader goes down by Mark Luther, on Flickr


So a week after a game with 1930s cutting edge technology we went late war ahd got some me262s in a game. This was one of the rare East Front encounters for the Swallows as they rip into some IL2s with a Yak 3 group trying to stave off the jets. Soviets lost 3 Sturmoviks and a Yak while the Germans lost a Bf109G. Check Your 6 rules and 6mm minis

Me262 Russian front by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Me262 Russian front by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Me262 Russian front by Mark Luther, on Flickr
Me262 Russian front by Mark Luther, on Flickr
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svsavory22 Dec 2016 2:04 p.m. PST

Nice. I really like those early B-17s.

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