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    Yellonet's Avatar Senior Member
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    Look at those killer rockets on that F4U!

    And check out the water in the bottom right of the Lexington image. Does that look real or what

    BTW, there are model numbers for both the Corsair and the Avenger, but not for the Hellcat. Have they just forgotten or haven't they decided which model it's going to be?


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    Look at those killer rockets on that F4U!

    And check out the water in the bottom right of the Lexington image. Does that look real or what

    BTW, there are model numbers for both the Corsair and the Avenger, but not for the Hellcat. Have they just forgotten or haven't they decided which model it's going to be?


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    Sorry, it's the F6F-5 Hellcat. Typo on my part
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    Tiny Tim rockets i guess.-

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    Yes, there are Tiny Tims rockets.

    Btw, I didn't know they were used operationnally on the Corsair during WWII, rather on B-25, A-20 and perhaps Helldiver, and Corsair also, but on the F4U-5 variant in Korea.
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Yellonet:
    And check out the water in the bottom right of the Lexington image. Does that look real or what
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    Stunning isn't it?
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Btw, I didn't know they were used operationnally on the Corsair during WWII <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    same..

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    Avenger looks great. And the water is sonething else, indeed.

    But I'd like to see what they have done for the Yorktown Class carriers.
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    Who cares? It's gonna be sweet, if someone makes an Invasion of Japan campaign, I'm sure they'll be used. The images look freaking awesome, I love that water, although my video card doesn't Thanks Razz

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    cool screen shots.

    What were the two rockets on the Corsair used for. I'm guessing anti-ship, they look like they are about the same size as a harpoon. Anyone know anything about these?


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