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    Icon22 Gotha G.V Pommern repaint released by Klein


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Skins - World War I

    Description: This is a livery for Stephan Scholz's Gotha G.V, serial 925/16 "Pommern" downed over the Essex during a London raid, may 19/20 1918.

    She wears a hand painted five colours lozenges camouflage, and the words "Pommern" are written on left and right side of the fuselage.

    The plane to fit can be found here: CFS2 Gotha G.V Bomber 1917 - 4 liveries.zip
    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...d=124&id=25654

    Great thanks to Stephan for this beautiful plane

    Hope you'll enjoy this historical evocation

    Martin Klein,

    November 2019

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Gotha G.V Pommern.zip
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Ah, the sound of the wind in the wires .

    Bravo maestro!

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    Klein,

    Great work on this, I continued to be ever-amazed by the expansion of CFS2!
    "Rami"

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    Thanks Ravenna and Rami, Combat Flight Simulator 2 has so developpement possibilities that it will be there for a long time
    Cheers
    Martin

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    The next on the list, Walter Aschoff's Gotha G.IV snake:
    Here during a night trip to London, fully loaded with bombs
    ...soon
    Martin Klein
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    Love that compass! Great work Martin.

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    Thanks Ravenna, this Bamberg pathfinder was commonly seen in german cockpits during WWI, the needle is very usefull to follow a course, the other gauges, airspeed and altimeter, were presents too in the Gotha G.IV cockpit.
    Cheers
    Martin Klein

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    Gotha G.IV 602-16 Snake

    A new entry has be added to the CFS2/skins/WWI/ library.

    A repaint for Stephan Scholz's CFS2 Gotha G.IV, the serial 602/16, with a green snake on the fuselage.

    This plane was flown by Walter Aschoff, Erwin Kollberg and Sgt. Mayer from may to

    september 1917, and made several raids over London during the "first blitz". She was

    finally shot down in holland when flown by an other crew in september 1917.

    available here, as soon as approved by the forum team:
    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...d=125&id=26054

    The plane to fit can be found here:New Gotha G.IV Grossflugzeug 1917.zip
    http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...d=124&id=25885

    Hope you'll enjoy!
    Martin Klein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klein View Post
    She was

    finally shot down in holland when flown by an other crew in september 1917.


    Martin Klein
    That Belgian/Dutch border was a great problem for the various German authorities responsible for operations in Flanders. The northernmost heavy gun batteries were situated so that they could be trained on potential targets in Holland. Despite several incidents like the one mentioned Dutch neutrality was preserved.

    Lovely paint Martin!

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    Hello All,
    Thanks Martin for the new textures!
    The G.V Pommern looks great!
    Cheers,
    Aleatorylamp
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