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Method 1 - Scripted 8 66.67%
Method 2 - C in C 3 25.00%
Neutral - I do not want to vote, just see the results 0 0%
Alternative - which I shall list briefly below 1 8.33%
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Old 03-10-2012, 06:59 PM
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I don't have any bombing info but there were daylight raids only they were unescorted in the BoB. In the FoF they frequently were escorted, according to my limited knowledge on this. Many of the raids were at night though.

Certainly with the RDF we shouldn't have details on the types, it should be approximate numbers, location and heading, that's it. OC should be quite delayed as the information takes time to process.

I'm not concerned with scoring although I wouldn't want a situation where we 'lose' aircraft types because that isn't historical. The RAF got short on pilots, not aircraft.

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Old 03-10-2012, 07:49 PM
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Agreed but RRR is not something we will be using, would you really wait 9 mins for your Hurri to be rearmed or 20 mins for your spit to be rearmed before proceading to refuel. Repairs? 30 mins, 2 hours?
I realise RRR is not in the game (yet). However, I keep hearing this arguement over & over again. In-game RRR would never be the same as RL for the reason you indicate, but an RRR of say 60 secs to 120 secs (depending upon task) is feasible especially if mission plane numbers are limited. eg. provide a limited number of spit IIa's & unlimited number of spit Mk1's; I guarentee that the spit IIa pilots will want to get back to base to RRR & save their plane rather than just ditch it & spawn in a new plane.
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Old 03-10-2012, 08:12 PM
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Spit IIa didnt make it into service until the BoB had ended. (if I recall correctly.)

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Old 03-11-2012, 01:10 PM
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I'm not arguing for the MkII here but just for the record quoting from Morgan & Shacklady, bottom of page 99

"The MkII took part in the Battle of Britain when the first example (P7282) arrived at No.611 sqn on 22nd August 1940. When the last (P7564) was delivered a total of 195 had been accepted in service before the end of October. The MU's had taken the initial batch of MkII's on 17th June."

It goes on to say that this first delivery was used extensively on the circus raids into France in 1941.

No.611 was flying out of Duxford at the time, that's 12 group and not on the Channel map, but they wouldn't have taken them all, somebody more savvy would need to research where they went and when. I dare say they were involved somewhere though, but just like the 109N, probably not a great deal.
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I could not remember exautly when but I knew it was late and not in huge numbers very much like the 109e4 which I think arrived slightly earlier.

If anyone wants to send me data with sources on any aspect of this forth comming campaign feel free to PM me.

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Old 03-11-2012, 01:55 PM
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Perhaps we should meet on comms one night? JG27, ACG (501 etc) and 56 Firebirds. We may be able to share workload and set something up that is mutually agreeable?
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:04 PM
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Well the map spawns are done, AAA and AA placed, Radars are on.

What would be really benifically would be testing the spawns on mass.. Finding the holes in the airfields and bad spawns and placing a static on them. This would be the single best help you guys could bring.

We plan on having 8 missions in all - 1 per week.

I think the RAF should attack at some point, if someone could research some details for that I would appreciate it.
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Old 03-11-2012, 02:42 PM
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OK, we can do that I suspect, in combo with 56 to max the numbers would help. Prob need to put the maps up on your server with a server pw?

I'll have a look at a suitable RAF raid, see if there's something we can use. I'd wager it'll be a damn suicide mission lol
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Old 03-11-2012, 03:07 PM
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OK, we can do that I suspect, in combo with 56 to max the numbers would help. Prob need to put the maps up on your server with a server pw?

I'll have a look at a suitable RAF raid, see if there's something we can use. I'd wager it'll be a damn suicide mission lol
Sounds good, Our server is up using these spawns now, however the air missions will be different.

Suicide mission? What about when we have to fly to London?!
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Old 03-24-2012, 11:52 AM
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I had a delve into Bomber Command and there were plenty of missions. I think the most suitable would be a raid on the invasion barges. They were unescorted but I guess we'll have to escort them......:0

Maybe the best option would be a 'Fall of France' mission to start with - plenty of escorted Blenheim missions on bombing bridges behind the German lines to screw up supply. For that we'd have DH5-20 prop Hurricanes versus E-1s. It would be a slaughter but we may have the numerical advantage on the day. After week one we move to Dunkirk with Spitfires? then onto the BoB proper? Am I too late with those suggestions?

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