WWII Recognition

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Re: WWII Recognition

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You identified one as "c" and the other as "d".

I guess "c" and "d" .

What did I win? :excited:
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Here's your prize. I stood in line with about 30 of my fellow Texans at 0600 this morning to collect this prize. Consider yourself lucky. :doh: :lol: ;)
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Re: WWII Recognition

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:-O
.how did you know I have a septic tank!

Thank you!
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Pete, well done with the Fairey Fulmar. :welldone:
0/10 on your second try, I'm afraid. :OB:

Joe, for giving me cheek, you get Brian's prize, after he's finished with it. :agree:

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Re: WWII Recognition

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:lol:
To late. I already got the clean stuff.
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Is d) a Heinkel He-100 ?

I can imagine Brian returning from his successful supermarket mission singing The Bog Roll King of Texas to the tune of The Yellow Rose of Texas.
Pip Pip ! :)

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Re: WWII Recognition

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Paul K wrote:
20 Mar 2020, 16:07
Is d) a Heinkel He-100 ?

I can imagine Brian returning from his successful supermarket mission singing The Bog Roll King of Texas to the tune of The Yellow Rose of Texas.
Paul,
I'm letting you have that one. Well done!
My actual 1942 publication labels it as a 113, but the accompanying photo includes one on Wikipedia about the 110.
Wiki also tells us that only one 113 was built, whereas the old book says about 100. I imagine that there was confusion between the variants, owing to the very slight modifications such as cockpit height, and in wartime, Germany was hardly likely to make details common knowledge.

SO NOW IT'S AWARD TIME
To Pete Motormouse Observer's badge:
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Re: WWII Recognition

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SUPPLEMENTARY, HERE'S ANOTHER CHANCE FOR A BADGE
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Re: WWII Recognition

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E is definitely a Lysander...

Not sure on the other one, but looks familiar.
Ben.:tunes:

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Re: WWII Recognition

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Fast work Ben :thumbsup:
You have earned your badge:
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