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 Post subject: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:14 pm 
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Posts: 299
Location: Des Moines, IA, USA
unclaimed:

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cdtdgc
gestak
jkuppy
medic-
pud-ee
rez-dk
tnshak
toad--
willyz

Some of these guys have been unclaimed over the last 3 series.

Waiting for the forums to open to gather CO lists for last few series.

Surviving Aces (human kills):

saspin, 11 kills, 2 AI, 6 assists, 2 targets, bailed once
foss-j, 7 kills, 4 AI, 5 assists, 21 targets, bailed 3 times and captured

Top surviving bomber was foss-j

Plane Stats for FAE (ordered by sorties)

SpitIXe
286 sorties, 70 % returned
60 fighters downed, lost 68 to them ( 0.88 )
28 ground objects destroyed
5 lost to AAA
12 unclaimed losses
32 unique pilots, 75 % died in one

MC205
260 sorties, 71 % returned
113 fighters downed, lost 36 to them ( 3.14 )
45 bombers downed, lost 17 to them ( 2.65 )
114 ground objects destroyed
66 vehicles destroyed
9 lost to AAA
14 unclaimed losses
31 unique pilots, 84 % died in one

P-38G
230 sorties, 67 % returned
9 fighters downed, lost 61 to them ( 0.15 )
91 ground objects destroyed
8 lost to AAA
8 unclaimed losses
31 unique pilots, 87 % died in one

FW-190F8
128 sorties, 77 % returned
22 fighters downed, lost 18 to them ( 1.22 )
4 bombers downed, lost 3 to them ( 1.33 )
228 ground objects destroyed
10 vehicles destroyed
6 lost to AAA
3 unclaimed losses
28 unique pilots, 46 % died in one

Bf-109G6
122 sorties, 73 % returned
29 fighters downed, lost 18 to them ( 1.61 )
19 bombers downed, lost 7 to them ( 2.71 )
58 ground objects destroyed
18 vehicles destroyed
3 lost to AAA
5 unclaimed losses
28 unique pilots, 54 % died in one

P-40f
119 sorties, 61 % returned
8 fighters downed, lost 39 to them ( 0.21 )
23 ground objects destroyed
1 lost to AAA
6 unclaimed losses
23 unique pilots, 74 % died in one

B-25D
89 sorties, 51 % returned
6 fighters downed, lost 32 to them ( 0.19 )
106 ground objects destroyed
3 vehicles destroyed
5 lost to AAA
7 unclaimed losses
23 unique pilots, 70 % died in one

B-25J
86 sorties, 47 % returned
19 fighters downed, lost 31 to them ( 0.61 )
1 bombers downed, lost 1 to them ( 1.00 )
71 ground objects destroyed
2 lost to AAA
12 unclaimed losses
20 unique pilots, 65 % died in one

MC202
50 sorties, 76 % returned
4 fighters downed, lost 5 to them ( 0.80 )
4 bombers downed, lost 2 to them ( 2.00 )
2 ground objects destroyed
4 vehicles destroyed
5 unclaimed losses
17 unique pilots, 41 % died in one

Wellington
17 sorties, 35 % returned
4 fighters downed, lost 9 to them ( 0.44 )
11 ground objects destroyed
2 unclaimed losses
7 unique pilots, 86 % died in one

MC2022
2 sorties, 100 % returned
2 unique pilots


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 Post subject: Re: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:54 pm 
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I see the German bombers (FW190F) in keeping with their mission profile managed to shoot down 4 Allied Bombers. Not in keeping with a bomber mission.


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 Post subject: Re: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 8:38 pm 
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So are you going to attempt to convince me that a LW fighter-bomber pilot participating in a bombing mission would not attack a low flying sortie of Allied bombers? Why wouldn't they? The Allied fighter/bombers did it frequently. They even dropped ordinance and engaged fighter aircraft when the opportunity arose.

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 Post subject: Re: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:23 pm 
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Having been in this exact situation many times in the past...

The only time I can think of where Strike planes have NOT been allowed to engage enemy aircraft was when flying ME-262s. That was specifically spelled out in the rules.


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 Post subject: Re: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Mon Jun 18, 2018 5:04 pm 
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I remember that series as well.

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 Post subject: Re: FAE #5 posted, final
PostPosted: Tue Jun 19, 2018 2:37 am 
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Oh the Me262, what a bone of contention. Gave those rules to the NS and they were exemplary in carrying them out.
Not a huge amount of bombers shotdown by FW190F8s considering there heavy losses mostly to the MC205 uberspagetti.


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