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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Etzel in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session B2 (14 November 2020)   
    Congrats to all awardees! And woo hoo!! Awesome work Etzel! 😃 
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to US103_Tobin in I’m a movie star!   
    When you said you were in it I was expecting to see a 109 or 190 come down like an eagle and blow those Thunderbolts out of the sky....😁 
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Vonrd in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session B2 (14 November 2020)   
    Etzel!Â Â đŸ»
    Red Eagle next!
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Etzel in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session B2 (14 November 2020)   
    Thanks a lot guys!!!
    Well, this award is heavily owed to all the brave pilots who shot down plenty of enemy fighters even before I was joining the mission all the latest FiF sessions... 😁 
    So my thanks here go to our great FiF Team! 
    SaluteÂ đŸŸđŸ„‚Â Â 
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Butzzell in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from US103_Tobin in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Britchot in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Klaiber in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Erhardt in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Erhardt in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Hello everyone! 
    As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.
    That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher
    My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review
    Subsequent posts:
    (Nov 15, 2020) Do or Die: No Parachute High in the Sky
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Lipfert in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Evening, guys! In my latest blog post, I explore why most pilots during WW1 flew without the luxury of a parachute. To read more, just click on the link below:
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/do-or-die-no-parachute-high-in-the-sky 
     
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from US103_Tobin in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session A4 (31 October 2020)   
    Excellent work and congrats, gentlemen! 😃
    ...by now, the hospital has a bed reserved for me. 😆
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to =GenMarkof007= in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session A4 (31 October 2020)   
    S! Congrats to all pilots and gunners above!
    And congrats to all pilots of the blue team for our last FIF session.
    I just hope that no one on our team will shift to the other side and try to kill us!
    Cheers,
    GenMarkof
    ps: if anyone wants to practice session B1, I will be online tonight (Friday night)!
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Klaiber in JG I "Richthofen" - FIF2020 "Fall Campaign" Session A4 (31 October 2020)   
    The Noel Kappel wing, starting construction June 1918.
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Labroisse in This Is Not Directed At Anyone In Particular   
    Its really quite simple.
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Karl Spackler in This Is Not Directed At Anyone In Particular   
    There's a lot of otherwise intelligent humans out there that allow themselves to look like drooling morons because they don't know how to operate the apostrophe to standard.
    https://www.wikihow.com/Use-Apostrophes
    I'm on a mission to civilize.
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Britchot in This Is Not Directed At Anyone In Particular   
    Everyone knows it's "catses's"
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Barton in This Is Not Directed At Anyone In Particular   
    I worked with a guy who used to use apostrophe's whenever a word was plural.  Drove me nut's.
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from US103_Tobin in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Hello everyone! 
    As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.
    That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher
    My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review
    Subsequent posts:
    (Nov 15, 2020) Do or Die: No Parachute High in the Sky
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Klaiber in JG I "Richthofen" - Promotions and Decorations   
    S! All,

    The following JG I pilots are being recognized for their overall contributions to JG Nr. I "Richthofen".
    Congratulations!
    . . .
    JG Nr. I "Richthofen" Promotions
    Gfr. Thadeaus (Ted) Tripp (Jasta 11) - promoted to Unteroffizier (Uffz.) Gfr. Bruno (BernTeas) Stachel (Jasta 11) - promoted to Unteroffizier (Uffz.) Gfr. Beate (LadyBrit) Köstlin (Jasta 11) - promoted to Unteroffizier (Uffz.) Sgt. Heinrich (ScorchedBeans) Freund (Jasta 10) - promoted to Offizierstellvertreter (OffzSt.) Uffz. Oskar (Dutch) Verboten (Jasta 10) - promoted to Vizefeldwebel (Vzfw.) Gfr. Josef (Jaus) OstlÀnder (Jasta 10) - promoted to Unteroffizier (Uffz.) Vzfw. Max Focus (Jasta 6) - promoted to Offizierstellvertreter (OffzSt.) Gfr. Otto (AtariBaby) Fiedler (Jasta 6) - promoted to Sergeant (Sgt.) Uffz. Gustav (Boslandschap) Greif (Jasta 4) - promoted to Vizefeldwebel (Vzfw.)  
    Honor Cross for Combatants with Swords 1914-1918
    "For 4 years of active service to JG Nr. I "Richthofen."

    OffzSt. Lothar (GenMarkof) von Zudet  (Jasta 11) - 4 years of active service (joined: 2 August 2016) OffzSt. Heinrich (ScorchedBeans) Freund (Jasta 10) - 4 years of active service (joined: 3 March 2016) OffzSt. Wilhelm Madvlk (Jasta 6) - 4 years of active service (joined: 1 December 2015) OffzSt. Max Focus (Jasta 6) - 4 years of active service (joined: 6 March 2016) Hptm. Werner (danudet) Kliegmann (Jasta 4) - 4 years of active service (joined: 6 October 2016) Lt. MatthÀus Erhardt (Jasta 4) - 4 years of active service (joined: 22 June 2007 / active since: 2016)
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Vonrd in Trip down memory lane   
    While searching the ROF forum looking to find early FIF posts, I came across this which is where I first flew with JG1...
    https://riseofflight.com/forum/topic/37743-open-jg1-dogfights-mondays-9pm-edt-all-welcome/
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Razwald in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Hello everyone! 
    As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.
    That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher
    My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review
    Subsequent posts:
    (Nov 15, 2020) Do or Die: No Parachute High in the Sky
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    HotleadColdfeet reacted to Klaiber in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Congrats on the launch of your new website!  I'll definitely have to check out "A German Airman Remembers."  Thanks for the tip!
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Firefly in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Hello everyone! 
    As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.
    That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher
    My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review
    Subsequent posts:
    (Nov 15, 2020) Do or Die: No Parachute High in the Sky
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    HotleadColdfeet got a reaction from Hess in Climbing Higher - new WW1 aviation blog   
    Hello everyone! 
    As you all know, WW1 aviation has long fascinated me. I believe the story of WW1 (and even more specifically, WW1 aviators) tends to be overshadowed by WW2 and doesn't get as much press as it deserves. I also enjoy reading/writing and now that I no longer have to write college papers (woo hoo! 😁), I occasionally get the itch to research something and write about it.
    That being the case, I present to you, "Climbing Higher" - my personal blog on all things WW1 aviation! Every so often, when I have the inclination and free time, I'll be posting articles about WW1 aviation to my personal blog (linked below):
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher
    My first post is a book review of a rarer WW1 aviation memoir: "A German Airman Remembers" by Hans Schröder. To see my thoughts on this unique read, just click on the link below!
    https://rookieace.wixsite.com/climbinghigher/post/a-german-airman-remembers-book-review
    Subsequent posts:
    (Nov 15, 2020) Do or Die: No Parachute High in the Sky
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