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Two follow-up requests:

 

Could you change the pilot of the Su-25T back to wearing a soviet-style helmet and remove the Greek flag from his flight suit?

 

Also, could you also include a third digit as a first number in front of the two variable (via ME, bort #) digits? This way it would be possible to simulate the three digit bort numbers of the NVA. Assuming the Su-25s would have replaced the MiG-23BN of JBG-37, the bort # might have started with a 6 or a 7 as first digit.

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Could you change the pilot of the Su-25T back to wearing a soviet-style helmet and remove the Greek flag from his flight suit?
Oops. My mistake. I will correct it.

 

could you also include a third digit as a first number in front of the two variable (via ME, bort #) digits?
I will try it, but no promises.
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"Jagdbombenfliegergeschwader "

 

is this a single word?

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"Jagdbombenfliegergeschwader "

 

is this a single word?

 

It's a errata. The correct is Jagdbombergeschwader.

Thanks for the Heads Up.

 

In East Germany (GDR) fighter-bomber wings were called "Jagdbombenfliegergeschwader".

 

The term "Jagdbombergeschwader" is correct for West German fighter-bomber wings.

 

So Jagdbombenfliegergeschwader is correct here.

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