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Where would YOU serve in WW2?

Discussion in 'What If - Other' started by Kai-Petri, Oct 13, 2002.

  1. Gaucho

    Gaucho Member

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    Ok then,

    I'd love to be the bottom turret gunner of a Junker 86 series "E"

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  2. Razvedchik 193rd

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    I would serve the Motherland on the eastern front as a Razvedchik (Rahd-Zeh-Vikh) scout. I would sneek behind faschist lines, and steal important enemy documents, then get out before anyone sees me.
    I would also serve as a Stalin-II tank commander, or maybe just a Komsomolyets (Junior communist member) with a ppsh-41 out somewhere on the war against the faschists. (I'm not very old)
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    ~Katyusha~
     
  3. TheRedBaron

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    More fodder for my MG42's... :D
     
  4. Arminius

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    E-Boot dienst as either a gunner or a torpedo officer.

    Arminius.
     
  5. Feldmarschall GAG

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    I will sure serve In Libia, under Rommel's command
     
  6. SSGrenadier

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    German- Tiger I or Tiger II Tank commander(with all mechanical problems aside, these were amazing tanks),Fallshirmjager, Panzer Grenadier, Pilot of ME262

    American- 8th Air Force, Crew of B-17 Bomber or Pilot of P-38 Lightning
     
  7. TRASHCAN MAN

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    With the Flying Tigers of course!
     
  8. Buck Yaldy

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    I wouldn't mind being Ben Aflick spending a little time at Pearl Harbor, some time in the RAF, and the Dolittle raid.

    Talk about being everywhere doing everything...
     
  9. VYACHESLAV

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    101st Airborn right before the D-Day
     
  10. urqh

    urqh Tea drinking surrender monkey

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    With Johnny Walker out of Liverpool, hunting U boats.
     
  11. drache

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    Jagdpanther driver in the West, an SS guard at Berchtesgaden (a fly on the wall to all of Hitler's dirt), an agent in the Abwehr ... or in the States - with lonely GI wives - nah, that's just too mean ;)
     
  12. Charlie

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    An ss granadier fighting to the end in the surounded ruins of Berlin.At least that way I wouldn`t have had to experience the consecuences of defeat.
     
  13. TheRedBaron

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    I have changed my mind...


    I would have VOLUNTEERED for service in the...


    Womens Auxillary Balloon Corps...


    "Theres nothing cushy about life in the womens auxillary balloon corp!"

    :D
     
  14. SGT Killjoy

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    101st airborne. Straight Kentucky yo.
     
  15. Clausewitz

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    Newbie here

    Well, Army Intelligence (so that everybody could find a scapegoat!)

    Best Regards

    Clausewitz
     
  16. Otto

    Otto Spambot Nemesis Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Welcome to the Forums Clausewitz! Intel is a good one, but I'm still sticking to my pick as a Fighter Group Captain in the Royal (Canadian) Air Force attached to the RAF...

    ...or an instructor at a WAAC training facility! ;) :D :cool:
     
  17. Mahross

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    Wouldn't have mind being with Lord Lovat and 4 Commando attacking the Hess battery during the Dieppe Op.
     
  18. TheRedBaron

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    Mahross,

    I see you have picked the commandos at Dieppe!

    Why not go in with the Canadians..? ;)

    Would be very exciting! Though rather more dangerous...
     
  19. Mahross

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    No i'm not that stupid. Attack a fortified port!!
     
  20. Gav

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    Another newbie here - I think it would have been quite satisfying being with Major Howard at Pegasus Bridge - also turned out to be quite light with casualties...

    Other choices would have been with the Commandos or Paras although these are rather dangerous options.

    Oh, LRDG would have been fun!
     

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