More than 70 years after Flight Sergeant Colin Duncan fought his way from the burning cockpit of his Spitfire, its twisted wreckage — spotted from the air by pilots in recent months — is set to become a museum piece. The crash site, in a rarely- visited patch of Litchfield National Park far from established tracks, was described in military records as “rough country” and is likely why Duncan’s plane, unlike many other wrecks, remained undiscovered and unpilfered. The remoteness of the crash site — which is now protected by the Heritage Act — is likely also why rescue crews took five days to reach Duncan after he crashed on June 30, 1943. In following days, his mates dropped him food and cigarettes along with a note saying: “You owe me a beer for...
In game view of the mod pack in action
Allows you to have all your skins shared between multiple installs or located somewhere else than the DCS folder structure! https://forums.eagle.ru/showthread.php?t=174462
During the summer of 2015 a flypast involving around 40 Spitfires, Hurricanes and a Bristol Blenheim took place over Buckingham Palace as part of the commemorations for the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain. Aircraft from across the UK, US and Europe took off from Goodwood Aerodrome in West Sussex.
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Well here it is. This video shows the new theatre and map we are preparing for Team Fusion’s v5.00 update. Well done if you guessed the location correctly.