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Chasing the Buzzbomb by rOEN911 Chasing the Buzzbomb by rOEN911
Hope you like it,

The plane is payware by Bazze and re-textured by me !
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ericshuffman Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
Thats is sweet!
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rOEN911 Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cheers :)
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ericshuffman Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2014
And Tally ho!
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Skalle-Art Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2014  Student General Artist
Awesome pic!
Is this a tempest?
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rOEN911 Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thank you,yes it is
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thearbiterthel12 Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014
huh looks like a german V1 rocket and if thats the case im sure that a british spitfire or most ww2 fighter not even german planes could catch up to one of those rockets since they fly faster than fighter planes
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darkfox233 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2014
actually, a few planes in WW2 could catch them, and fighter footage from the times shows a fighter pilot shooting one of these down, late model Spitfires for instance could probably shoot a V-1 Down, but V-2's different story  
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Alucard234564 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Student General Artist
Indeed, the Griffon engine could push the Spitfires to at least 500+ mph,:D
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darkfox233 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014
yeah, and i think P-51's with the merlin could catch them, but i could be wrong.
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Alucard234564 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  Student General Artist
Possibly, but the aircraft most responsible for stopping the rockets was the Gloster Meteor jets
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