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Kommando Welter
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Category Campaigns (offline)
Submitted by Poltava
Author's Name
Poltava
Version 1.0
Compatibility IL-2 1946 4.09 + Ultrapack 2.0 or HSFX 4.1
Link to Mods required http://ultrapack.il2war.com/index.php
Published
Sun Feb 20, 2011 10:44 am

It's the Winter of 1945 and you are German Nightfighter pilot, member of "Kommando Welter", a special unit flying the two-seater Me-262B1 in defense of the battered capital of the Reich, Berlin.

This semi-historical, 6-mission static mini-campaign is set in the last months of the Third Reich. “Kommando Welter” was initially formed in November 1944 in Burg bei Magdeburg as Kommando Stamp, flying the Me 262, as an experimental nightfighter unit, but was soon renamed “Kommando Welter” – after its commander, Oberleutnant Kurt Welter. (The unit was redesignated 10./NJG 11 on 28 January 1945, but the old name was still used by the units members.)



The Me-262's of Kommando Welter was used mainly for hunting those fast Mosquitos that the Luftwaffe had so big problems catching.

The British crews soon knew that the Germans had something that could catch the Mosquitos, even with the speed advantage that had been its defense since it first appeared over Europe in 1942. But no one thought it possible that a jet could be flown at night, or that a fighter without radar could accomplish such things. But Kommando Welter proved them wrong.

In one of the mission you will be flying the night fighter version of the Arado Ar-234.

The campaign uses the winter version of the stock Berlin map. You will also need the following MOD aircraft (clickable links):

The Messerschmitt Me-262B1
The Arado Ar-234 Nightfighter
The Lancaster Mk III
The Halifax Mk III

With the campign comes 5 skins: Max the Hitman made the skins for the Messerchmitt and the Arado (and he has plenty more variants at this site). Flugfarbe did the skin for the Bf-110 Night fighter, but I’m afraid I don’t know who made the night skins for the Mosquitos. If anyone does, please notify me ASAP so that proper credit can be given. Thanks guys for your effort!

A big and very special THANKS goes of course to GJE52, who built the Me-262B1. Super job!


Member reviews

Review #461: Good by Hogey on Sun Feb 20, 2011 12:21 pm


Missing Info

Please write in the description of your campaign, some infos regarding the Me262 Nightfighter Mod you were using for this campaign:

1) which one did you use ?
2) where to get it
3) additional infos

This would be very helpful.
Thanks
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