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    I was terribly got a boner in this one:







    More images to come...
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    Then you'd have to see a shrink for sure...
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    Czech ZB vz.37 or MG 37(t) as the Germans called it, (t) = tschechisch, Czech.
    Mostly used by Waffen-SS units.




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    On the other hand, HOW DID THAT PLANE GOT THERE?! 0_0. rofl!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jungleguerilla View Post
    On the other hand, HOW DID THAT PLANE GOT THERE?! 0_0. rofl!
    Possibly the same way Hanna Reitsch and von Greim landed near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in the dying days of the Nazi regime and flew out a few days later under Soviet attack. By courage and flying skill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    Possibly the same way Hanna Reitsch and von Greim landed near the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in the dying days of the Nazi regime and flew out a few days later under Soviet attack. By courage and flying skill.
    But he hasn't flew away after all, having it's wing demounted
    Actualy it was a usial transportation the easy firgter like I-15/16 by the road/railway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevan View Post
    But he hasn't flew away after all, having it's wing demounted
    Actualy it was a usial transportation the easy firgter like I-15/16 by the road/railway
    My friend, forgive my ignorance here, but was it not the case that the Chaika I153 Bis was almost the only of that Polikarpov family that did not have easily detachable wings due to the repositioning of the fuselage ribs and keel longerons in the lower fuselage?
    I seem to recall that with the I153 Bis the detachable wing idea was deliberately sacrificed to speed production of the revised I15 design.
    Do you have any information that supports this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uyraell View Post
    My friend, forgive my ignorance here, but was it not the case that the Chaika I153 Bis was almost the only of that Polikarpov family that did not have easily detachable wings due to the repositioning of the fuselage ribs and keel longerons in the lower fuselage?
    I seem to recall that with the I153 Bis the detachable wing idea was deliberately sacrificed to speed production of the revised I15 design.
    Do you have any information that supports this?

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    I/m not that much informed, my friend in this field. However you probably right about I-153 "Chaika".Their wings might be not so easy detachable as wing of I-15 Bis.
    I can't found out the photo of transported I-153, but if to look at this one.

    You may to see that one of lower wing is not conected .Probably this I-153 was in repair before the airfield was lost.I heard all of modification of I-15/16 had an detachable wing .

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    It looks like it could have been towed, because the wings look like they are folded for easy tranportation...a good guess!



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    Here's another one:




    I really don't know what kind of Heavy MG is that.
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    With all that flame coming from the muzzle it could be mistaken as a flamethrower!



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    With all that flame coming from the muzzle it could be mistaken as a flamethrower!
    Haha! Well, that thing looked like it has a very long calibre for a World War 1 MG. And it is too thick and long for a flamethrower mounted on the rear of a halftrack. Darn Germans making it hard to figure out what that weapon is!
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    It is a FlameThrower. The SdKfz 251/16 carried 3 Flammwerfer (Flammwerferen?), two mounted behind small shields as seen in the image, a 3rd attached to a hose, approximately 15 metres long, for use outside the vehicle. The crew carried MP 40's aboard the halftrack, but it is correspondingly rare to find a 251/16 with an MG34 or MG42.The "barrel shroud" on each mounted Flammwerfer was the size the image shows, and was hardened to protect the Flame tube proper from bulletstrike by enemy small arms.
    Also, such pictures of a 251/16 as posted here are, as far as I'm aware, reasonably rare. This is only the second such I've seen in well over 30 years.

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    Default Re: Rare WW2 Eastern Front Image

    Another Image:


    German Arty Battery Leader having a sermon.
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    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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