von BK-Markus | 01.09.2020 | eingestellt unter: Historisch

Blood Red Skies: Neuheiten

Bei Warlord Games kann man Neuheiten für Blood Red Skies vorbestellen.

 

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The F9F Panther was Grumman’s first production jet fighter, used extensively during the Korean War. It proved one of the United States Navy’s first successful carrier-born jet fighters and was the first jet fighter to be used by the Blue Angels aerobatics display team.

The F9F would remain the primary US Navy and USMC jet fighter and ground-attack aircraft of the Korean War, flying around 78,000 sorties in total. The Panther claimed the first US Navy aerial victory of the war claiming a prop-powered Yak-9 in July 1950.

In one little-known instance, a single Panther shot down four Mig-15s in a single 35 minute period, a unique feat for pilot Lt Royce Williams. This is in spite of the Panther’s relatively poor speed when compared to the nimble MiGs.

Other notable pilots of Panthers in Korea include first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong (who in fact bailed out during a combat mission when his aircraft was brought down by wire strung out across a valley), as well as fellow astronaut John Glenn and baseball star Ted Williams.

Key data:

  • Maximum Speed: 579mph
  • Range: 1300 Miles
  • Wingspan: 11.58m
  • Length: 11.84m
  • Armament: four 0.20mm cannons

Preis: 25.00 GBP

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A single seat fighter-bomber, the Lockheed F-80C was a later production version of the P-80, the original designation denoting pursuit. However, with changes to the American system of designation in 1947, the Shooting Star would be re-designated as a ‘F’, a fighter. The Shooting Star was designed in fewer than 6 months around the British Halford H.1 (Goblin) engine and first flew in 1944, with P-80s flying under combat conditions in Italy the next year.

By the time of the Korean war, the aircraft was considered somewhat obsolete, but was at the forefront of the initial sorties across ‘MiG Alley’, of which 1500 flights were made in the first four months alone. It was on November 8th 1950 that a Shooting Star claimed the first MiG-15 shot down, in one of first ever instances of jet-to-jet combat.

Key data:

  • Maximum Speed: 594mph
  • Range: 825 Miles
  • Wingspan: 11.81m
  • Length: 10.49m
  • Armament: six 0.5in machine guns, two 1000Ib bombs, eight rockets

Preis: 25.00 GBP

 

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