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3 December 2021
80th Anniversary of the Battle of Moscow
December the 5th is a day of Military Glory in Russia. 80 years ago, the Soviet army began the counteroffensive along the entire front line near Moscow that became one of the turning points of the Second World War.
Improving the flight physics of the SACLOS/MCLOS missiles
We are always trying to implement vehicles and weapons in the game as faithfully as possible and we also constantly refine and clarify the behavior of objects in the game, whether it is an aircraft or a shell. This time we have finalized the control mechanics of the SACLOS/MCLOS missiles to meet the higher requirements for reliability with the physical model of missile flight.
Flusi 1 is a prototype German anti-aircraft vessel, originally ordered by the Luftwaffe as a means to cover landing troops during the planned Invasion of Great Britain. Arriving as part of the next major update, captains in War Thunder will have the chance to add this heavily armed experimental German AA boat to their coastal fleet lineup!
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On the 27th of November, the “Naval Infantry” celebrate their professional day! This naming was given back in 1705 by decree of the Russian Tsar, Peter the Great to a new kind of troops that are known today as “marine infantry”.
On November 25th, 1940, the British de Havilland Mosquito multirole combat aircraft made its first flight. The Mosquito FB.Mk.VI and other modifications were versatile vehicles that perfectly suited the role of a bomber interceptor, and, thanks to various suspended weaponry, were capable of destroying enemy ground vehicles.
Ernst Heinkel wanted to design planes ever since he was just a kid in the German Empire. He saw zeppelins and biplane aircraft, true marvels of modern technology, conquering the sky, and imagined his own designs up there in the air. Heinkel created a company which eventually became one of the titans of the German combat aircraft industry.