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Old 08-02-2017, 04:48 AM   #11
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Old 08-02-2017, 05:46 AM   #12
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I'd buy both the Havoc and the Mitchell in a heartbeat. Flew both a lot in an old sim back in the day and absolutely loved the groundpounding! & imagine how much better they'd be here in DCS...
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The Mossie is the obvious choice. Flying examples are around, it is the most versatile aircraft of the entire war, has both crew members in the one compartment, and out performs just about everything else out there, including giving fighters a real run for their money.

Plus it's made of wood, so material costs will be lower
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A-20, B-25, A-26 would all be great. Bf-110, Ju-87, Mosquito would also be cool.

And may be even Pe-2 and IL-2, though that would be whole another theater.

Some prop attack planes would be cool indeed.

Although funnily, and perhaps arguably, the upcoming P-47 would be a better attack plane than most of these .

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HELL yes. Would purchase them plus the theatre immediately. Flew the arse off both in that aforementioned sim of old & absolutely loved them, especially the IL-2. That plane is sturdy as hell and packs a mighty MIGHTY punch! Das Betonflugzeug indeed, as the Germans called it

Plus all those hair-raising divebombing gigs in the Peshka... those were the days!
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Mosquito FB VI is a MUST have aircraft, along with the Hawker Typhoon. Can't have a representation of Normandy without the Typhoon.
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What do you guys think of the P-61 Black Widows or the A-26/B-26 Invader


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The B-26 would be great. It has been used from WWII to Vietnam.

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Couldn't agree more!! The Invader was the quintessential light attack bomber for the Allies. The Mossie was, by far, more beautiful and the Mitchel more iconic, but if you need something to get you and your bombs in and out fast and unscathed, the Invader is the one you want!!
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