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Great CGI Of Famous Air Battles

Discussion in 'Military History & Tactics' started by Desertfalcon, May 28, 2010.

  1. Desertfalcon

    Desertfalcon PROFESSIONAL

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    I don't know if anyone here has seen these yet but this is from a series on American television called "Dogfights". It uses computer generated imaging to recreate some great dogfights of the past. They try to be as technically correct as possible and they also include interviews with the fighter pilots who engaged in them. I hope all can view it with YouTube. This is just a one episode and it is about the American P-51.






     
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    I hope everyone enjoys these! :cheers:
     
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    i have seen a few episodes of this series by history and i must say its an extremely biased series.Not only that there have been many great battles between India and Pakistan including that of M M Alam and till date i am not aware even of a single episode on it.
     
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    I'm sure that they are biased to some extent. They are using the interviews of the pilots who survive for the most part, but they are respectful of those who didn't. I think they are still pretty unbiased in that they give credit to Luftwaffe pilots of great skill, for example.

    I would love to see them cover the Pakistan/India conflicts, but they have only recently covered non-American conflicts in their Arab/Israeli episodes.

    Maybe they will get to others at some point.