Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


BaronVonMyakin last won the day on October 13

BaronVonMyakin had the most liked content!

About BaronVonMyakin

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling

Recent Profile Visitors

212 profile views
  1. Guys, it was decided to take a pause in "London event" till our team shows good results in FIF So looking real at things, we may continue to fly Gothas and Pages after FIF will be finished. I hope it's okay for you.
  2. Here are the rewards for the second and the third missions: 2nd: 3rd:
  3. Guys, unfortunately, I'll be away from Thursday till Sunday. So there won't me Gotha/Page mission on Friday as usual. We'l ldo the next one next week on Friday. Neccessary story and needed additional material will be provided before the mission as usual.
  4. Versus AI, players, flaks and darkness 😂 Same as last time. There are only 3 players signed for German fighters.
  5. Already two of you are on the board. Really like that! Gimme more! 😂
  6. So guys WHO ARE READY TO FLY THE NEXT ROUND of our small "London" event? This time London strikes back - English Handley-Pages go to bomb German objectives. Start as usual at 19:00 GMT. Come everybody, fly for any side! To Entente: In order to stop German bombers raiding of British ports and factories, the British command decided to strike back. The main and largest airfield of the Germans on the French coast - Oye, located near the town of Gravelines, was chosen as the target. Last German raids on Ramsgate were carried out exactly from this airfield. We know that the coast is heavily guarded, and the air is constantly and intensively patrolled by enemy fighters. For that reason, it was decided to attack the target at night. Fortunately, it is now full moon and pretty clear weather, which will definitely help our bombers to orientate. We hope that under cover of night we will be able to approach unnoticed, or at least our forces will be detected only directly on the approach to the German airfield. Thanks to our French allies, we were able to get a pictures of the airfield from the air. The French recon plane, coming from the south, managed to take some photos of the target before it was discovered by German fighters. Even though the recon was badly damaged, it managed to get away heading the Canal and successfully land on the water. The French crew was picked up by a passing English fishing boat, which delivered the brave aviators and such important for us pictures to the English coast. To our surprise, to the east of the airdrome there were river docks and adjoining storage facilities. Most likely, the Germans had recently built them in order to speed up the delivery of ammunition and fuel to the Goths airfield so that they wouldn't be transported by land from Dunkerque or Calais. For this purpose, they used a river canal leading from the coast straight to the town of Gravelines, from which they could easy reach the airfield. The command thought it was not worth missing this opportunity and tried to kill two birds with one stone. As you have already guessed, in addition to the bombers' airfield, the transport point on the river canal to the east is an additional target. Nevertheless, the priority goal is still the German heavy bombers' airfield. Attack docks and warehouses only after making sure that the airfield infrastructure has been successfully destroyed. Our bombers take off from the airfield, located north of Folkestone. If necessary, the bombers can be escorted by S.E.5 fighters also based there as well as by Felixstowe flying boats standing in the port of Folkestone. To Germans: The British are suspiciously lurking. For several days, there were no active actions from their side, both at sea and in the air. The only thing that was noticed were the more frequent flights of single planes along the French coast. The enemy keeps a distance from the coast and immediately turns away to the Island, if he notices our fighters. Most likely, they are carrying out visual reconnaissance of the location of our forces directly within the French coastline. Our reconnaissance in England also has some actual information about the plans of the British. We have reason to believe that the British will either start offensive the coast soon, or are preparing a mass bomb attack on our positions. The last one is confirmed by the mass relocation of English bombers and clear weather in recent days. As we know, the British prefer not to fly in bad weather, as our brave pilots do, because the British bombers are less adapted to it than our planes. Sure, they would not miss an opportunity to fly on such rare clear days. In any case, the command has assigned several cruisers to patrol the northern coast of France permanently. The newest German Pfalz D.XII fighters were also sent to the Calais airfield to intercept possible British bombers. They will complement Hansa-Brandenburg hydroplanes and Albatros D.V fighters based in Calais. In addition, it was ordered to disperse ground-based air defense forces, so that their protection cover the maximum possible area adjacent to the coast.
  7. Baron von Myakin Adler Legion GMT/UTC +2
  8. German heavy bombers once again bombed British Army supply sites. This time, the target of the bombing was the port of Ramsgate and a manufacturing plant in the near of the city. Taking advantage of the heavy clouds and evening hours, German bombers, divided into three independent groups, bombed from different directions, forcing the already small forces of the English Defence aircrafts to disperse the forces. What's more, due to the negligence of the English troops and the rainy weather in recent days, the flares of the observation balloons were dampened, which was not seen in time. As a result, the observers were unable to warn the defence forces of approaching German bombers in time. However, thanks to the ingenuity and foresight of the British pilots, they decided to advance towards France in the hope of intercepting Gothas departed from the mainland. The decision proved to be a success. Around the middle of the Channel, the first group of Gothas was spotted. Having escorted them to the coast of England to take advantage of coastal air defence support, the British Hanriots successfully shot down two Gothas out of five and damaged the remaining three. Despite desperate attacks by the British, the bombers managed to bomb the railway station in northern Ramsgate. By chance, the station's main building, as well as the adjacent warehouses, were not damaged, as well as the ammunition and materiel unloaded on the aprons. The raid resulted in the destruction of three locomotives and maintenance personnel. Busy by the first group of bombers, the English fighters missed the approach of the second group of Gothas, that bypassed from the west. Being much higher than the defence fighters, the four Gothas bombed with impunity, first the factory and then the ships in port. Fortunately, the bombers reached the southern part of the production complex, where the storage and auxiliary facilities were concentrated. The bombardment destroyed three warehouses, two workshops and a boiler house, which were not a significant and critical part of the factory. At the retirement, a couple of Gothas dropped bombs on ships in the port. Due to the good positions of the vessels, which were not closely grouped, only three vessels were destroyed - two transporters and one coaster cargo ship. The blast wave did not hit or damage refuelling tankers and the cruiser standing in port. Considering that German bombers were no longer expected to attack and exhausted by continuous fighting, the British fighters made the decision to land - as the third and last group of Gothas had been spotted at the same time. After making a significant detour hook, Gothas unexpectedly approached from the north - the target of the bombing was the damaged factory. The raid of the third group was more successful. Almost the entire western part of the factory complex was destroyed, including the main workshop, factory railway station, warehouses and even the standing, fully loaded and ready to depature train. The British fighters were much lower than Gothas, could not offer proper resistance and only watched powerlessly German bombs falling on the factory. Another - and quite successful - raid by the German Goths on the English port resulted in the destruction of almost half of the production complex near Ramsgate, the destruction of railway trains at the town station and several ships in the port. Only because the trains were almost completely unloaded and the unloaded equipment was not damaged during the bombing, as well as the most transport ships and tankers weren't destroyd in the port of Ramsgate, the supply of British, French and Belgian troops remains uninterrupted over the next few weeks. It is unlikely that the production plant at Ramsgate will be able to be rebuilt in the near future, or possibly before the end of the war. Production of armament, ammunition and equipment will be set up in other factories situated farther from the coast, which will definitely have a negative impact on the frequency and speed of supply of the Allied forces in France and Belgium in the future. The British Command has given serious thoughts to stopping such attacks by German aviation and has begun to prepare a plan for a retaliatory strike against strategic German targets on the mainland ...
  9. I‘ll prepare report this weekend. I‘m rally glad that you liked our small event, thanks a lot for coming! @Butzzell you and your server rock! 😂💪🏽 Thank u for support! When everything will be ready for the next round, you‘ll be informed first of all. S!
  10. @Jaus ts3rof.flying-barans.ru:7777 Password: 1917 We'll meet in the Russian channel firstly.
  11. @=GenMarkof007= No problem! Maybe you should invite your workers to join us? 😂 four human gunners are not so bad at whole! We meet at 19:00 GMT and start at 19:30 GMT
  • Create New...