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An epic Dogfight!!! IT it has the highest number of photos (50) on any of my mocs till date.
About this creation
This is a DOGFIGHT. If you don't see a dogfight at first just be patient it will come - and it will come big. :D
All of the dogfight takes place on the same board.
Text above pictures
1 of the enemy fighters has a wrong left tail (building error)
This is between a micro scale F1 and two micro scale E1
Sorry for blurry pictures.
If you notice carefully you will find 2 of the baseplates are bent, I have no idea how.
Check out my full size F1 if you have the time

The two enemy fighters-bombers are on a mission.

Their targets are:

Target 1: a bridge over a swamp (doesn't look like one)

Target 3: another bride over a river.

Target 3 : a factory.

The flight leader drops one bomb and it impacts the bridge.

The bridge is torn to pieces.

Moving on.

Coming over target 2

The flight leader drops another bomb, It impacts target 2.

Target is destroyed.

Coming over the factory.

Both the flight leader and wingman drop 1 bomb each.

Bombs impact target 3.

The factory is damaged bu not out of commission.

They go for another bombing run

They drop all their bombs on target.

The target is annihilated.

They head home

But it was not to be, an F1 Pterosaur is coming after them to take revenge.

The E1s from the F1's point of view

The E1's could not see the F1 beacuse it is stealth and is in their blind spot

The F1 launches a missile

THe missile impacts the second E1

It is blown clear out of the sky

The flight leader tries to run, but fails. (no Structures from this point on)

He now tries to climb.

But fails again

It hits the speed brakes and tries to out turn the F1. But the F1 matches it move for move.

It levels out and tries to enter a scissors maneuver.(look it up on google)

As soon as the F1 levels out behind him, ready to shoot,

The E1 breaks hard right and the F1, understanding what is happening, breaks hard left.

Then they cross wing tip to wing tip.

But the F1 pilot tries to get on the E1's tail much quicker by exiting the scissors.

And entering into a turning fight.

Both planes turn hard right.

So the E1 is pulling.

And the F1 is pulling.

Then they go into the the vertical.

The E1 from the F1's point of view.

The F1 from the E1's point of view.

Both go upside down and both set the same ambush for each other.

They make it look like they are going to have a head on pass.

But both of them plan on getting on the enemy's tail bu pulling a 180' vertical turn.

So both go into the vertical and,

The F1 applies the speed brake on the verge of stalling, while the E1 applies the
afterburner to out climb the F1

The F1 is now set up for a perfect gunshot with it's two 30mm gatling guns

The F1 shoots and lights it's afterburner at the same time.

The E1 Falls out of the sky


Hope you liked it, if you did like it please rate and comment


 I like it 
  July 27, 2011
Nice job, I can picture this really happening. You did a great job building the mini planes as well as the ground. I plan on making something like this in the future, a stop motion comedy series called “Pilots of the Caribbean,” it will have air battles, but they will be WWII stile.
 I like it 
  July 24, 2011
Nice job. I love the planes and the factory is perfect. Looks like great fun. It must have taken you a long time to photo and edit.
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