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it is dying not dead i am the leader of it with comeradestalin and Vlado32 but i feel lazy to invite people :P
I shotdown 3 pavelows and 2 cobra with the 'Javelin' :D
I think this group is dead
Just Seven and we are a Hundred
hey guys I AM BAAACK ! what happend how many aircrafts have been shotdown ?
It was also due to insane order from the higher ups :/ Like say one ****** up order was that no US aircraft was aloud to target a NVA AA installation until it was know to be operational >> Lot of other odd to absurd orders like that just do a little research is any one is interested :/
Indeed very true, US pilots weren't allowed to target SAM sites under construction, because the US civilian politicians feared they may harm Soviet engineers.
damn the Vietnamese where good at shoot aircraft....
I think it was mostly luck.
Indeed, the sheer amount of AA guns against one target.
One Gunner is bound to get lucky & hit.
It's a typical tactic seen many times in war & common sense, use multiple AA guns.
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