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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.

    23 28.40%
  • it was a good attack aircraft in some teathers of operation.

    52 64.20%
  • Is was a completely failure.

    0 0%
  • Good but only in the antitank role.

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Thread: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

  1. #166
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    Default Re: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Librarian View Post
    Amongst the many talented artists, work of young Mr. Jakub Štasta has contributed some most brilliant themes and motifs to the artistic repertoire connected with the WW2, which is very important in today's world because it helps to inform people about the past - a past that they may know nothing about.

    Being distinguished by the way in which he brought different genuine historical elements together, Mr. Štasta is one amongst a distinguished band of so called "digital artists" to flourish in the resourceful atmosphere of numerous WW2 aviation themes.

    One among them is not to be missed, because it is deeply connected with the main star of this topic:



    Ju 87 G-2 Kanonvogel (W.Nr. 494085) – Jakub Štasta (Czech Republic, 2008)

    I hope you'll like it.

    Well, that’s all for today, honorable ladies and gentlemen. In the meantime, as always – all the best!
    Your post, are very nice and r deeply appreciated .
    But about Jakub's drawing of g2 kannonevogel: looks scrary for t pilot (and reargunner) too, for they don't have divebrakes, i can hear reargunner shout: "aufsteigen Heinrich!" (pull up Heinrich!) and another thing about t drawing is the tail, it has two struts supporting t elevatorwings (those small ones -in dutch its called tailwings-) but shouldn't that be one bigger strut per side???, anyho i couldn't draw it better myself btw, many more tanks and greetings stano666

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    Default Re: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    Great thread!

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    Default Re: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    I read that that Ju 87 development was actually based on visits of German Airforce officers to US operations in Honduras in the late 1920s.

    The JU87 was noted as an extremely effective weapon system, if they enjoyed air superiority. In the hands of the skilled pilots developed in the early part of the war, they could place bombs with almost pin point accuracy. Their major problem was air speed, the design was from the mid 1930s, and they were simply outclassed by the later fighter designs. They suffered major losses in the Battle of Britain, the British fighters liked to hit them just after they pulled out of their dives.

    They saw some use in North Africa but there they could be felled by even the relatively poor performing P40/Tomahawk.

    The air superiority achieved during the early phase of the Eastern front was custom made for the aircraft. But increased Russian aircraft doomed it to a secondary role midway through the campaign. In addition, due to the fact they used liquid cooling, they did not fair well in the brutal winter conditions.

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    Default Re: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    it was a good aircraft and the added sirens scared the bajesus out of the troops but i think a bit more armor and firepower would have made it better

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    Default Re: The Junkers Ju-87 Stuka topic.

    I don't agree with it. More armor means an airplane less agile. The firepower of Stuka is perfectly fitted for his duty, with one bomb it can sink battleships, and with under-wings 37mm guns is able to destroy every type of Allied tank. The rear mg is already an updated high fire rate.
    Pauci sed semper immites!

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