As we work on unit models for War Thunder, we regularly consult with professionals who have extensive knowledge of real-life combat vehicles. We would like to give the floor to one such expert right now. In this interview, Askar Alpysbaev, a Soviet Air Force pilot instructor, will be answering our questions about the Su-7B.
On June 6th we celebrate the anniversary of the Allied landing in Normandy. D-Day was the largest sea landing in history, it began the liberation of France from Nazi occupation. The landing in Normandy opened the Western front in Europe and brought the anti-Hitler coalition significantly closer to Victory in World War II.
The air, the land and the oceans have already been subdued by you so now it is time to look to space! Some nations are willing to generously reward explorers even for separate parts of Soviet heavy “lunar rover” Object 279 from the Moon.
Space mining has always been far from peaceful, but corporations managed to rub along together. Until now, when they found on the Moon the mysterious Object 279, a powerful weapon of the first space race. You are weapons free with the whole arsenal of combat space suits available in several variants.
We, in War Thunder, love the traditions that help remember the sublime feelings of the warriors at sea, in the air and on the ground. That’s why we pay tribute to one of the most beautiful days of the year - Valentine's Day!
How is the water, warriors? It is very important because, this summer, we will meet our comrades-in-arms - the commanders of naval vessels who will join our tankers and pilots in the big summer event. Operation H.E.A.T. begins!