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Actually, if it has unclipped wings, then it would be a Mk XIVc, as it has the "C" or 'Universal" wing, shown here with a single 20 mm cannon and four .303 machine guns per wing. Also, the Mk XIVe had a cut-down rear fuselage and a bubble canopy, while the Mk XIVc had the so-called "razor-back" or humped rear fuselage, as shown here.
I've heard stories of WW2 fighters tipping the wing of a V-1 with the wing of their aircraft. What would happen is that the gyroscope of the V-1 would go outta wack and it would veer off course. An amazing maneuver and it's pretty awesome to see something like this
I distinctly remmeber the first time this was tried, the pilots guns had jammed while trying too shoot the bomb down. No ones veer coded this in a video game, but I wish they would, cause I'd love too try it out...
I remember reading about these courageous (or possibly crazy, or probably both) RAF pilots who would chase down those Vergeltungswaffe 1s (V-1s, or as the English called them "Buzz-Bombs", from the distinctive sound their engines made) & nudge it with their wingtip in a mad attempt to knock them off-course! (Which actually worked.) Simply amazing. (Both that story AND your artwork!) While reading that story, I tried to picture that in my head, and you have created/portrayed that so brilliantly! Many thanks. Hugh
The energy in this is simply amazing! One can almost hear the pilot sweet talking his Merlin engine, trying to coax out the last few extra revolutions he needs to get up next to the V1. WOW! You are way too good!