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the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by skyller2s » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:02 am

Join the first commemorative squadron of ys!

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About the 332nd

the 332nd commemorative fighter group is not a combat squadron , we are a society of pilots dedicated to honoring, perserving, and spreading, the legacy of the tuskegee airmen.
We are currently accepting applications now!

. Minimal commitment required!

We are In need of
[listbox=]. Modders
. Aerobatic pilots
. Fighterpilots[/listbox]
*For those of you who are already part of an squadron, you do not have to break your commitment to that squadron to be a part of the 332nd. *
Squadron activites

Airshow team- the "flying redtails" can preform a 3-5 ship formation flight, and a heritage flight.
Monthly squad comps- this will consist of 3 parts ground attack, ww2 dogfights, and bomber escourt.

*Rules*

1. trolling under a 332nd tag or during 332nd events is prohibited! the 33nd is above trolling If I catch you trolling you will be subject to punishment.
2. you have to know about the tuskegee airmen (see below section)
3. you will treat your fellow members with respect, inner squad feuds/ hazing will not be tolerated.
4. show mutual respect for other squads. if any sign of conflict, report to me asap.
5. during squad comps you will fly under a 332nd tag name (ie. [99th]redtail-1)

*How to apply*

to apply to the 332nd commemorative, either send me a pm with your name, and indicating it's application to the 332nd, or reply to this post with the following infomation.
[listbox=]1. name
2. age
3. time zone
4. do you have a mic?
5. do you have teamspeak?
6. What are you good at?
7. why do you like the tuskegee airmen?[/listbox]
If accepted, I will send you a reply and you will be given a small tag to add to your signature, And a list of aircraft needed join today.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by Styk » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:05 am

Do I have to be a strapping black man???
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by skyller2s » Mon Aug 08, 2011 5:07 am

no you do not have to be black
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by Phoenix » Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:30 am

1. name: Phoenix, or OK
2. age, 16
3. time zone, GMT
4. do you have a mic?, yes, but cant alwyays use it.
5. do you have teamspeak?, yes
6. What are you good at? although out of practise, with a bit of time I should be a decent dogfighter.
7. why do you like the tuskegee airmen?:

The fact that they were willing to go and fight for themselves and others, even when their own countrymen tried to stop them in every way. Eventually proving that they could match and even out do those who were against them fighting. To fight your enemy is one thing, but to go through your countrymen to do so is much more.

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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by SvenPhantom » Mon Aug 08, 2011 11:58 pm

1)Svenphantom
2)16
3)Arizona time
4)yes
5)yes
6)Stuff
7)They were my real inspiration in military aviation. They flew because segregation was wrong and they were very brave men.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by Crazypilot » Tue Aug 09, 2011 2:16 am

1. name:CrazyPilot or DeathStrike
2. age:12 and three quarters
3. time zone:+5 I can be online almost anytime as long as there are vacations.
4. do you have a mic?:Why yes I do!
5. do you have teamspeak?:Again yes :D
6. What are you good at?:I would say almost everything dogfight but am not the best,Good bomber pilot,Awsome lander,Completed the course by VNAF so I know all the moves.
7. why do you like the tuskegee airmen? :They seem like the flying chuck noriss and bruce lee join army to me.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by skyller2s » Tue Aug 09, 2011 3:56 am

Crazypilot wrote:1. name:CrazyPilot or DeathStrike
2. age:12 and three quarters
3. time zone:+5 I can be online almost anytime as long as there are vacations.
4. do you have a mic?:Why yes I do!
5. do you have teamspeak?:Again yes :D
6. What are you good at?:I would say almost everything dogfight but am not the best,Good bomber pilot,Awsome lander,Completed the course by VNAF so I know all the moves.
7. why do you like the tuskegee airmen? :They seem like the flying chuck noriss and bruce lee join army to me.
crazy pilot you need to give a better explanation of why you like the Tuskegee airmen, your answer to question 7 doesn't really say much.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by Crazypilot » Thu Aug 11, 2011 7:26 pm

Sure thing :D
I do not know where to start but I just got fascinated by them and I have been lately trying to find out more about them.
Infact look at this:
The combat record of the Tuskegee Airmen

• Over 15,000 combat sorties (Including 6000+
for the 99th prior to July '44)
• 111 German airplanes destroyed in the air
• 150 German aircraft destroyed on the ground
• 950 railcars, trucks, and other motor vehicles destroyed
• 1 destroyer sunk by P-47 machine gun fire
• Sixty-six pilots killed in action or accidents
• Thirty-two pilots downed and captured, POWs
• NO Bombers were ever lost to Enemy Aircraft while being escorted
• 150 Distinguished Flying Crosses earned
• 744 Air Medals
• 8 Purple Hearts
• 14 Bronze Stars

•••We of the 464th and 465th Bomb Groups•••
As well as all of the other Groups in the 15th AF
"SALUTE YOU!"
These guys were awsome which is why I like them I do not know what there is more to explain.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by skyller2s » Sat Aug 13, 2011 3:46 pm

not to a jerk, but pretty much me and the other 5 members already know about the record of the tuskegee airmen. Please do your research, and look to at some of the pilots and personal stories of the tuskegee airmen. Also look up the impact they had on bomber crews and german pilots during ww2
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by Crazypilot » Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:06 pm

Yes I saw the story of the pilots and I saw there airplanes too from the link you posted.Seeing the stories of the pilots and there awsome planes
I immidiently became a fan and that is why I want to join.
Bottom Line:
THEY AWSOME
I LIKE AND WANT TO JOIN.
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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by CharleyHotel » Sat Aug 13, 2011 11:16 pm

1. name: CharleyHotel
2. age: 18
3. time zone: Central
4. do you have a mic?: yes
5. do you have teamspeak?: yes
6. What are you good at?: bombing, low level air assault
7. why do you like the tuskegee airmen?: fascinating story of personal bravery and patriotism, combined with superb flying skills and a combat record that speaks for itself.

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Re: the 332nd commemorative fighter group

Post by [email protected] » Sun Feb 12, 2012 8:04 pm

I want to join, i like ww2s (Hurricane, Spit, p51, ...) and im good in fighting with some of them.

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