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Stuka footage

Discussion in 'Aircraft' started by edhunter76, May 25, 2010.

  1. edhunter76

    edhunter76 Member

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  2. Erich

    Erich Alte Hase

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    Ed this was posted earlier a year or two ago through a much clearer video. not necessarily by Rudel either, funny how everyone thinking a G-1 or G-2 with 3.7cm AT cannon is flown by Rudel is a mystery to me. In any case they or the staffel is going after Soviet tug and barge craft on water, the hitting of the water by 3.7cm rounds is impressive no doubt ........... note the support 12 round clip trays off the bottom and horizontal of the cannons

    thanks for posting an aspect of air to ground warfare literally know one really knows anything about ...
     
  3. tikilal

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    Obviously it has to be Rudel, he was the only one flying the 87. Right? This set up is my favorite ground attack plane of the war. Those cannons were tough on tanks.
     

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