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(01-25-2012, 07:45 PM)John L Wrote: [ -> ]One of the many that were confiscated and shipped to the US.

Naturally pilots could not chase this thing, but I don't think Kris really said that. It just looked like that, because he probably didn't proof read what he wrote. I originally thought that, but went back and reread his post, and think he was simply tying two things into a single sentence.

I was, and still am, a dumbass and will refrain from ever speaking in this thread again lest my ignorance spread to other members here.

I didn't read the V-1 part, I saw V, saw a pic of a rocket, and naturally thought V-2, because we had just seen one at the science museum here in OKC.

Sorry.

Even so, that some pilots could disrupt the flight of a V-1 cruise missile, is really cool, and you have to admire the courage of the pilots who would dare try to flip them with their wings.
What courage? All that was required was for the pilot approach the V-2 from the rear, and then move to the left or right of the missile at the same elevation. And once the wing was underneath the wing of the V-2, just slowly cause the plane to gain some altitude, which will force the V-2's wing to tip upward, causing it to go into a spin, whereupon it will crash into the countryside.

Instead of courage, all that is needed is some competency in flying one's aircraft: that's all.
I think it still took some courage to do so. When you see the planes at that time...
Perhaps the real courage was the 'getting off the ground' part. S1
(01-26-2012, 04:42 PM)John L Wrote: [ -> ]What courage? All that was required was for the pilot approach the V-2 from the rear, and then move to the left or right of the missile at the same elevation. And once the wing was underneath the wing of the V-2, just slowly cause the plane to gain some altitude, which will force the V-2's wing to tip upward, causing it to go into a spin, whereupon it will crash into the countryside.

Instead of courage, all that is needed is some competency in flying one's aircraft: that's all.


Ok Ace.
Somebody post a fucking picture already!!!
(01-26-2012, 10:27 PM)ghoullio Wrote: [ -> ]Somebody post a fucking picture already!!!

Ok, if you just have to have a picture and cannot find one yourself, here is a sample of what sits in my living room, next to the TV and audio gear.

And no, you can't have them: get your own.

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JL Wrote:Perhaps the real courage was the 'getting off the ground' part.
No real courage was needed when landing on the ground. S2

JL Wrote:Ok, ...here is a sample of what sits in my living room, next to the TV and audio gear.

And no, you can't have them: get your own.
Ok, John, no need to post such picture to boast off that you became half deaf while serving heroicaly in Korea... 8)
(01-16-2012, 09:28 PM)Gunnen4u Wrote: [ -> ]What is this thing?

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It was a matter of time before Brazil became just like the United States.
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AM, perhaps you might want to consider the parts of town you visit on a regular basis. They may be a negative influence on your outlook on life.
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JohnL, relax. they're just image macros that I found humorous. plus they're useful for later on should one find themselves in a situation where they want to say "I don't give a flying fig" in a humorous way.
Ha ha that's one fucking smart bison!!!

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