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View Poll Results: It was a good aircraft or not ?

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  • It was a very good attack plataform.

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  • it was a good attack aircraft in some teathers of operation.

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  • Is was a completely failure.

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  • Good but only in the antitank role.

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Thread: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

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    Default The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    What about this attack aircraft ? Opinions here please.


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    Interesting video, antitank variant Ju-87g using his guns in Hungary.

    Clik on the link and then download it.

    http://www.rogepost.com/n/7246912881




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    A good clip. First time that i have seen one using its cannon in that roll.
    In the air against fighters it was useless.
    As a ground attack aircraft it was efficient especially when their was no returning fire.
    On the other hand it definately had a reputation that people speak about to this day, so i suppose that also needs to stand for something.



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    As you might have read is commonly accepted that the Ju-87 was complete retired from the operations inn the western front after 1941, however it played a important role as later 1943 when the attacking Stukas D were vital to the german recapture of the Rodas and Leros islands.

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    Stuka in a dive.
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    Ju87g Cannon.
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    Nice pictures, I am wondering if the first was actually in a dive...or simply going down.

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    Yeah. Good question.



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    Probably it was shoot down...but i cannot see real damage to the aircraft:

    another video Stukas atacking the Kuban russian brigdehead.

    http://www.wochenschau-archiv.de/kon...ktion=play250k

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    Quote Originally Posted by Panzerknacker View Post
    Nice pictures, I am wondering if the first was actually in a dive...or simply going down.
    Im sure you could take the size of the plane and compare it to the size of what im assuming is a 2-story house..maybe 3 ..... and determine its going down.

    BTW I think Hans Rudel proved in the right hands this was an awesome plane. Even when outdated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm View Post
    Im sure you could take the size of the plane and compare it to the size of what im assuming is a 2-story house..maybe 3 ..... and determine its going down.

    BTW I think Hans Rudel proved in the right hands this was an awesome plane. Even when outdated.
    Good point General.



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    I can't remember, but I thought I read somewhere that the Stuka automatically pulled the pilot out of a dive if he blacked out. True?

    Btw, love the Stuka. Just looks like an evil plane. There are no full scale versions flying today, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ww2admin View Post
    I can't remember, but I thought I read somewhere that the Stuka automatically pulled the pilot out of a dive if he blacked out. True?

    Btw, love the Stuka. Just looks like an evil plane. There are no full scale versions flying today, right?
    Both good questions I myself would like to know the answer to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ww2admin View Post
    I can't remember, but I thought I read somewhere that the Stuka automatically pulled the pilot out of a dive if he blacked out. True?

    Btw, love the Stuka. Just looks like an evil plane. There are no full scale versions flying today, right?
    I have heard something similar too. Would be great if anyone has the answer.



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    The automatic pull out was connected to the bomb drop mech, so when the bomb left the pull out was engaged, I'm pretty sure this happened always, even if the pilot was still conscious.



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