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My Luftwaffe

Post by Germanbilly! on Tue Aug 05, 2014 3:16 pm

Needed something to protect my ground troops so I have a small luftwaffe.
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Hans Rudel's Stuka
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by dti62 on Tue Aug 05, 2014 4:10 pm

Flying high. Great looking pieces, great aerial cover.
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by Halftrack1 on Tue Aug 05, 2014 9:16 pm

Bill, those are simply out of this world. Do you still have them.
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by Germanbilly! on Wed Aug 06, 2014 1:05 am

All hanging from the ceiling taking up no space.
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by pzrwest on Wed Aug 06, 2014 8:43 am

Love that 109 my most favorite plane next to the fw180A's. The Fieseler Storch is also a favorite of mine

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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by mutt71 on Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:33 pm

I love your Luftwaffe! These aircraft are fantastic! The Collings Foundation has a Storch that flies. I have seen it fly several times last October at an open house, re enactment. Yours looks great,.
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by Germanbilly! on Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:37 pm

A friend of my Brothers in Orgeon got to fly one in Germany a few years back. He said it was a blast and very easy as soon as you got use to how slow it flies.
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by mutt71 on Wed Aug 06, 2014 2:41 pm

I am envious of him (not that I can Pilot a plane), but to have gone for a ride in one! When I saw the Collings Storch, I could NOT get over how slow it does fly! I was so afraid that it was going too stall out and crash right in front of us!
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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by Threetoughtrucks on Sat Aug 23, 2014 5:10 pm

Always loved the Stuka. About a hundred years ago, I did basic training with a German kid (we were all kids once) and this kid was in the Army to become a citizen. His Dad had been a Stuka pilot in WW2 and his picture in his German pilot uniform, next to his plane was on his locker door always fascinated me. Since I had two Uncles that had been in the Infantry in Europe, I always wondered if they had crossed paths.

These days, I'm satisfied with a 21C 1/18 Stuka.

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Re: My Luftwaffe

Post by Germanbilly! on Sat Aug 23, 2014 7:33 pm

Threetoughtrucks wrote:Always loved the Stuka. About a hundred years ago, I did basic training with a German kid (we were all kids once) and this kid was in the Army to become a citizen. His Dad had been a Stuka pilot in WW2 and his picture in his German pilot uniform, next to his plane was on his locker door always fascinated me. Since I had two Uncles that had been in the Infantry in Europe, I always wondered if they had crossed paths.

These days, I'm satisfied with a 21C 1/18 Stuka.

Charlie

Charlie, I have one of those too. I can use it in the background to look like they are together in flight.
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