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War Thunder player stats. Any advice on the A7He1? My girlfriend is getting into War Thunder, and she went with Japan as a first pick. She just got a discount for the A7He1, and since. The IJN also tested the Dewoitine D.510J in 1936, the Canadian Car & Foundry AXG1 in 1938, Heinkel A7He1 (12), Seversky A8V (20) the same year, the American Douglas HXD and Fairchild LXF1, and used 20 Seversky A8V recce monoplanes. Carrier-borne Bombers –. Type 97 Chi-Ha 12cm tank (Rank 2 Japan); A7He1 fighter (Rank 1 Japan); 120000 Silver Lions; Premium Account for 7 days.

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Hi James and Hiroyuki!
I certainly agree with what Hiroyuki has said about the He 112. There appears to have been a lot of conflicting and romanticised information written in several different American, British and German sources about the 'Japanese' He112s. The most likely blunt truth appears to be that the Japanese pilots didn't like them, they were never tried in combat and it is doubtful if any even went to China as often reported! Furthermore, it is even doubtful whether more than 12 ever reached Japan as quoted varying orders for additional quantities above that were cancelled by either the Germans (some were diverted to Spain) or the Japanese themselves. The final conundrum lies in what He112 variants were actually supplied to Japan as these seem to have comprised a mixture of different demonstration, prototype and early production models. Inspection of the few photos (albeit all poor and retouched) available of the alleged Japanese aircraft confirms this. Finally, if more had really been made of them I think there would have been at least some such evidence in Japanese sources. Even the Fiat Br.20 got grudging coverage!!
Regards, Peter

A7he1

Hi James and Hiroyuki!
I certainly agree with what Hiroyuki has said about the He 112. There appears to have been a lot of conflicting and romanticised information written in several different American, British and German sources about the 'Japanese' He112s. The most likely blunt truth appears to be that the Japanese pilots didn't like them, they were never tried in combat and it is doubtful if any even went to China as often reported! Furthermore, it is even doubtful whether more than 12 ever reached Japan as quoted varying orders for additional quantities above that were cancelled by either the Germans (some were diverted to Spain) or the Japanese themselves. The final conundrum lies in what He112 variants were actually supplied to Japan as these seem to have comprised a mixture of different demonstration, prototype and early production models. Inspection of the few photos (albeit all poor and retouched) available of the alleged Japanese aircraft confirms this. Finally, if more had really been made of them I think there would have been at least some such evidence in Japanese sources. Even the Fiat Br.20 got grudging coverage!!
Regards, Peter
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This is a couple of screencaps of an arcade battle with me in an A7He1, one of the new Japanese premium aircraft at tier 1 (under the old system it.