Austro-Hungarian Fockewulf

Started by Jacques, January 01, 2010, 09:43:29 AM

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What if Austro-Hungarian Empire survived the WW1?

Focke-Wulf OEFFAG J-190, K.u.K. Luftfahrtruppe (A-H Emperor´s and King´s Flying Corps), Italian front, summer 1946
This aircraft belongs to the unit Flik 50S (Schlacht-Fliegerkompagnie - strike squad), pilot Oberleutnant Mordechai Meyer, who had chosen a blue Jewish star as his personal emblem...


That sounds very interesting so far.  :thumbsup: You've got my attention.

EDIT: For some reason the pics didn't display when I typed my response. Now they do and I really like what I see. :thumbsup:

Must, then, my projects bend to the iron yoke of a mechanical system? Is my soaring spirit to be chained down to the snail's pace of matter?

Martin H

I like it :)

So what else is the Austro-Hungarian Empire flying in 1946?
I always hope for the best.
experience has taught me to expect the worst.

Size (of the stash) matters.

IPMS (UK) What if? SIG Leader.
IPMS (UK) Project Cancelled SIG Member.


I like that and the idea of the heraldry used on WWI aircraft carrying on in time  :thumbsup: Built a Royal German AF Nuieport in WWI Albatros markings myself
Do not condemn the judgement of another because it differs from your own. You may both be wrong.


And here, by courtesy of a friend of mine,  the same aircraft in "Il-2 Shturmovik" PC simulator... :rolleyes:


Good looking!

A-H seems popular here