Just a teeny point, Mr. Hams; that picture is not of a a german aircraft. It's a spanish CASA 2.111. OK, it's painted like a luftwaffe plane but it isn't.
Look closely and you'll see it's got a pair of Merlins.
I'll get me anorac . . .
Anorak 1st class awarded. I admit I copped the pic, it looked nice, was the right size and while I can tell you the differences between a panther D A and G ... a bomber is just a bomber. I will have a look for one of Meyer Goering's finest today if I have time. --Rabid Hams 11:32, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
Lettebox flap for hull MG, ball mount for hull MG and one piece side armour are the ways that I tell 'em apart.
- panther d = engine on fire
- panther a = destroyed but surrounded by burning t34's
- panther g = on its roof after having been flipped by naval gunfire/b17 payload
... and now a rousing chorus of the panzerlied!
Masterful wiki entry your rabidness! Buck Felize 17:45, 26 February 2009 (UTC)
that logo is genius! ... dontmentionthewar.com hurhur! --Rabid Hams 18:03, 26 February 2009 (UTC)