That's my Camel in the foreground, left hand side. We are circling around Marty's Halberstadt. As it is Stephen's collection I suppose it is okay for his hand to appear
Same shot, different focus.
They might only have single guns, but they've got one front and rear and that makes the Halberstadt tough to engage. After getting off lightly in previous flybys this time I coped a short range burst. One of the other Camels got the same from the observer.
My Camel caught fire.
And that was it.
Down I go.
Not all bad as I have a cold and an early night was appreciated. I wonder what happened? When I left the Germans had not yet accomplished their mission.
Apart from the altitude rules being a hindrance and collisions being all to common, another thing that I think is flawed is that there is no opportunity fire. Planes just didn't move and fire they flew and fired continuously.