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Subject: First critical element of WW-II fighter plane effectivness?
45-Shooter    1/18/2013 9:20:01 PM
Given that the "typical" WW-II Single engine fighter could be spotted at 1-2 miles, depending on aspect, about half the time, I propose that the smaller the plane, the more effective it will be! Sort of a semi-stealth solution to the "Spotting" problem?
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