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The War in Pictures.RAF Patrol

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A Lone RAF Hurricane on Patrol on England's  Channel Coast looking for German U-Boats and Commando Launches.

 

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Damn Patrick!  Outstanding!!  I am 100% sure that that scene happened exactly as pictured during the War.

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Thank You Very Much! :Big Grin:  Yes,IL2 Cliffs of Dover with Team Fusion 4.3 mod.

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Really nice pics.

 

Cliffs of Dover was saved by the Team Fusion patches!

 

If you're into WW2 sims and the Battle of Britain in particular check out A2A's (as in the Accu-Sim guys) Battle of Britain 2: Wings of Victory. It was their makeover of the earlier Battle of Britain sim by Rowan Software. At the A2A forums you'll find a support section there that has the BDG patches which are something similar to the Team Fusion patches for Cliffs of Dover.... community developed patches that add a huge amount of content, bugfixes and features.

 

Whilst BoB2 doesn't have the looks of Cliffs of Dover, it is far and away the most historically accurate WW2 sim, with a fantastic dynamic campaign and the only WW2 sim where you'll see historically correct numbers of aircraft in the air... that's to say fly a Spitfire or Hurrican on Eagle Day and you'll encounter literally hundreds of German bombers and their escorts.

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the first shot looks so real in my opinion, thanks for sharing..

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