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07-30-2005, 05:10 PM

BEWARE - Don't mess with PSP

07-30-2005, 05:20 PM



07-30-2005, 05:24 PM
No Soup for you!!!!!!!!!!!

07-30-2005, 11:17 PM
Ladies and Gentlemen: the Spitning Mk I!



07-31-2005, 01:04 AM
I prefer to refer to it as the spitfire MK Z. You know what, we need a twin mustang http://forums.ubi.com/groupee_common/emoticons/icon_wink.gif (those are a real concept for anyone who doesn't know).

07-31-2005, 01:36 AM
The Twin Mustang (P82) was more than a concept. It was an operational fighter and got the USAF's first kills in the Korean war.


The P 82 also made the longest flight ever by a piston engined fighter.

The F-82 was the last propeller-driven fighter acquired in quantity by the USAF. It appears to be two Mustang fuselages on one wing, but in reality it was a totally new design. Its purpose was to provide a fighter carrying a pilot and co-pilot/navigator to reduce fatigue on long-range bomber ecsort missions. Delivery from production did not begin until early 1946, too late for WW II. After WW II, radar-equipped F-82s were used quite extensively by the Air Defense Command as replacements for the P-61 night fighter.

During the Korean War, Japan-based F-82s were among the first USAF aircraft to operate over Korea. The first three North Korean airplanes destroyed by U.S. forces were shot down by all-weather F-82G interceptors on June 27, 1950.

Of a total of 273 F-82s produced, 20 were -Bs. the F-82B on display, "Betty-Jo," flew from Hawaii to New York on February 27-28, 1947, a distance of 5,051 miles, the longest non-stop flight ever made by a prop-driven fighter. "Betty-Jo" was delivered to the U.S. Air Force Museum in 1957.

Span: 51 ft. 3 in.
Length: 38 ft. 1 in.
Height: 13 ft. 8 in.
Weight: 24,800 lbs. max.
Armament: Six .50-cal. machine guns, 25 five-inch rockets, and 4,000 lbs. of bombs
Engines: Two Packard V-1650s of 1,380 hp. ea.
Cost: $228,000
Serial number: 44-65168

Maximum speed: 482 mph.
Cruising speed: 280 mph.
Range: 2,200 miles
Service Ceiling: 39,000 ft.

07-31-2005, 04:04 AM
Yeah, just wanted to keep it short and sweet. I figured if anyone wanted to know more, they'd look it up.

07-31-2005, 08:11 AM
I see that CFS 3 has updated it's self again with a new Add-On http://forums.ubi.com/images/smilies/53.gif

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