I am surprised he didn't post it and if you did sam, kill this.
There is a special type of beauty to those old tail draggers
made this had a soft spot for DC-3's, I was disappointed to not see any P-38's, they are my all time favorite. I have an RC P-38 that I will post pic's of later.
What the hell dont you have? LOL
and a penis
Is that the twin fuselage plane?
I can't remember what they were called, I just remember seeing one dang near everytime I looked up as a kid.
that was the wright brothers you saw!!!!!lolololololol
though the pilot sits in the middle part. The Flying Tigers used them. P-38 is also a GI can opener. Got one on my key ring that is WW II vintage.
only we called them"john waynes" in the Marines
Dunno if any of you guys are into this but there's a great WWII flight simulator you can download for free, you can to single player practice for free but for multi-player you gotta pay a subscription, called Aces High, it's pretty complicated, I'm still trying to get the hang of it but it's as close as I will ever get to flying a real P-38/B-52/P-51 etc. here's the link for anyone interested.
PS3 'Heroes over Europe' which is cool, you can choose all kinds of different aircraft.
I'll have to see if they have that on 360, is it pretty realistic?
As a young kid, I flew from Pueblo, Co, to Alamosa, Co in one of these. Didn't know a thing about them then, but learned their importance in WW2!!!
The one I flew in they called it a Turbo Prop. They were in service through my growing up.