• Rami's Avatar
    Today, 14:57
    Mksystem, Thank you for doing this! I'm glad that people are enjoying the campaign. The campaign thread has been very quiet since its initial release. :wavey: Horrido! :very_drunk:
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  • Morton's Avatar
    Today, 09:02
    WOW!! And the Norwegian 310 as well. Thanks ! In Norway this aircraft was known as the "Klippfish" airplane (bacalao), because it was paid for with money from export of Norwegian bacalao to Italy. We baught 4 aircraft in 1938, but they had little impact during the german invasion. One aircraft managed to escape during the occupation of Sola airbase, but had to be left on a lake short after. It was raised in 1981 and is currently under reconstruction. In 1939 Norway actually baught the lincense to build 10 310's. The first 5 was started at Kjeller in 1940, the airbase where the heavy F16 maintenance (and my work) is today. The rest is of course history. Ther's no traces of these examples. Morton
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 06:32
    Peperez, This is outstanding work, thank you very much!
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    Today, 06:31
    Baldy, If you need me to include any updates in your packages, just let me know. I did that for some others of yours already.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 12:28
    Rami replied to a thread Akemis Nick in CFS2 General Discussion
    TARPSbird, British Pacific Fleet?
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  • bearcat241's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:14
    Nice job Uncle...to quote a famous CFS2 wingman's line, "Let's go get 'em!", or as the BPF fighter jocks would say, "Tallyho!" :biggrin-new:
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  • Shadow Wolf 07's Avatar
    July 29th, 2014, 11:50
    As Rami said, please pass on to Al that he's in my thoughts and prayers too.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 29th, 2014, 04:59
    Rami replied to a thread About Talon in CFS2 General Discussion
    Heide, Please tell Al that he is in my thoughts and prayers. My father died from COPD, (though he only smoked a pipe briefly in college) and he once described how laborous every breath was. His words were "it's like trying to breathe through a straw." I can imagine that's similar to what Al is going through right now...every breath is a struggle.
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    July 29th, 2014, 03:39
    Considering when the WTC was built in the early 1960's, I bet there were at least tons of asbestos dust floating in the air. Here, back then, it was used everywhere as a regular building material, used both as an insulating agent and on roofs, no one knew at the time what kind of a health hazard it posed. Not only it was used in private buildings, it was also used in public buildings, schools, hospitals, all kind of industrial buildings and infrastructures, all of modern cowsheds built during those years were roofed with it. It was regarded as a cheap, almost eternal material. A common name brand here for large roofing panels back then, made out of asbestos, was "Eternit"..... imagine how lightly it was taken! Reclamation and cleanup of asbestos is still going on to date here, it...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 28th, 2014, 11:50
    Rami replied to a thread About Talon in CFS2 General Discussion
    Heide, Thanks for letting us know, and I hope Al feels better. It's part of my job to make sure that the legacy and lessons get passed on to my students...but I am now teaching a generation of students who, by 2015-2016, will have been born right around the attack, and have no concept of life before then. It's tough to paint a picture of that reality if you've never known it. When I tell the students where I was and what I was doing when the Challenger blew up, or the tanks in Tiananmen Square, the Berlin Wall being torn down, and the breakup of the Soviet Union, they look at me like I have four heads. (In reality, I only have three...lol :wiggle:)
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 28th, 2014, 10:52
    Highpockets, That's a good question. I sleep well, as a matter of fact, but I can understand the mystery. Let me unravel it for you. I like working on multiple CFS2 projects (typically four to six) simultaneously. This is not to show off or anything, but it's because I tend to get bored easily if I work on something for too long. I have dealt with being ADHD all of my life, and instead of letting it run me, I have learned when to manage it and when to set it free. It actually helps me as a teacher, because I like doing multiple activities and different types of activities during a class period, and consequently my classes are active, lively, and often exciting for my students. In CFS2, it can both be an asset and a detriment, especially if I get a bad case of "ooohhh...something...
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  • kelticheart's Avatar
    July 28th, 2014, 02:29
    Thank you,:encouragement: Allen! Cheers! KH :ernaehrung004:
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 27th, 2014, 19:18
    Hey Mort, I ran across a major issue with the Heinkels campaign for the Norwegian missions, and in the process of fixing them, I did a little GSL work and have some questions for you. First, the problem - Starting with mission 10, the Heinkels campaign had you transferring to Herdla airfield, which is a small island that the Luftwaffe built an airfield on. This airfield was always problematic for the campaign, because runway tolerances were so tight; short takeoffs and on-the threshold landings that would make your AI crash into the sea. Something about that always bothered me, so in doing research, I found out that elements of KG 26 transferred to Stavanger-Sola, not Herdla, after departing Trondheim-Vaernes and/or Aalborg, Denmark. Herdla was actually used by ...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 27th, 2014, 18:56
    Hey guys, After having pushed the 20th Fighter Group out the door, I'm feeling a little adrift, but have some ideas about what to do next. Right now this is where things stand... Projects to finish... The DamBusters / RAF Bomber Command missions Defense of Crete (Fleet Air Arm)
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  • Rami's Avatar
    July 27th, 2014, 09:03
    Ken, As I recall, it was moved back on top of the cliff. I'm still looking through my files.
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    How are things down there in Beaufort land? Been awhile since I have been there to see "Jerry" at Discovery Diving.
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    No GR. I threw only in HS.

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