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25th Jun '16 1:09:02 AM DeepRed
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* The instrumental break in the middle of Eric Burdon & TheAnimals' "Sky Pilot" features one of these, followed by what appears to be a loud plane crash.

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* The instrumental break in the middle of Eric Burdon & TheAnimals' Music/TheAnimals' "Sky Pilot" features one of these, followed by what appears to be a loud plane crash.
25th Jun '16 1:08:46 AM DeepRed
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* The instrumental break in the middle of Eric Burdon & TheAnimals' "Sky Pilot" features one of these, followed by what appears to be a loud plane crash.



** Compounding the fact is that Dauntlesses, especially during the Battle of Midway, were used in conjunction with Torpedo bombers. Not only was this a double-headed strike, but it also meant that the Japanese pilots and AA gunners were too occupied dealing with the slow, defenseless Devastator torpedo bombers [[note]] While a little outdated by Midway the Devastator' main problem was the abysmal American torpedoes of the time [[/note]] to notice the Dauntlesses rolling into their dives overhead. In fact, no one even looked up until they heard the banshee wail of the airbrakes, and by that time, [[OhCrap they realized it was too late...]]

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** Compounding the fact is that Dauntlesses, especially during the Battle of Midway, were used in conjunction with Torpedo bombers. Not only was this a double-headed strike, but it also meant that the Japanese pilots and AA gunners were too occupied dealing with the slow, defenseless Devastator torpedo bombers [[note]] While a little outdated by Midway the Devastator' main problem was the abysmal American torpedoes of the time [[/note]] to notice the Dauntlesses rolling into their dives overhead. In fact, no one even looked up until they heard the banshee wail of the airbrakes, and by that time, [[OhCrap they realized it was too late...]]
21st Aug '15 6:35:06 PM AgentTasmania
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** Compounding the fact is that Dauntlesses, especially during the Battle of Midway, were used in conjunction with Torpedo bombers. Not only was this a double-headed strike, but it also meant that the Japanese pilots and AA gunners were too occupied dealing with the slow, defenseless torpedo bombers to notice the Dauntlesses rolling into their dives overhead. In fact, no one even looked up until they heard the banshee wail of the airbrakes, and by that time, [[OhCrap they realized it was too late...]]

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** Compounding the fact is that Dauntlesses, especially during the Battle of Midway, were used in conjunction with Torpedo bombers. Not only was this a double-headed strike, but it also meant that the Japanese pilots and AA gunners were too occupied dealing with the slow, defenseless Devastator torpedo bombers [[note]] While a little outdated by Midway the Devastator' main problem was the abysmal American torpedoes of the time [[/note]] to notice the Dauntlesses rolling into their dives overhead. In fact, no one even looked up until they heard the banshee wail of the airbrakes, and by that time, [[OhCrap they realized it was too late...]]
20th Aug '15 9:54:17 PM theLibrarian
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* Darth Vader's TIE fighter sometimes emits this wail in the first ''Film/{{Star Wars}}'' film.

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* Darth Vader's TIE fighter sometimes emits fighters emit this wail in the first ''Film/{{Star Wars}}'' film.films.
24th Jun '15 7:41:23 AM Odon
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* Played with in ''Film/JurassicWorld''. Sirens give a RedAlert as pterosaurs swoop down on the packed resort area. They sound more like WW2 air raid sirens than a modern evacuation alarm.
1st Jun '15 8:57:35 AM Bluefootbooby
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** Darth Vader's TIE fighter sometimes emits this wail in the first ''Film/{{Star Wars}}'' film.

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** * Darth Vader's TIE fighter sometimes emits this wail in the first ''Film/{{Star Wars}}'' film.
1st Jun '15 8:57:17 AM Bluefootbooby
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** Darth Vader's TIE fighter sometimes emits this wail in the first ''Film/{{Star Wars}}'' film.
13th Apr '15 4:02:56 PM shroobot3000
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* ''Videogame/WarThunder'' has this on the Stuka being historically accurate.
2nd Mar '15 1:11:16 PM Saber15
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* ''Videogame/PlanetSide 2'' has Stuka horns available via MicroTransactions on all empire specific fighters. However, it functions as an airhorn rather than as a function of the vehicle's speed, allowing it to be used when hovering or smashing into the ground upside down. Each ESF also has a unique engine note when moving at high speed, with the New Conglomerate's Reaver producing a high-pitched wail that is not too dissimilar to the Stuka's.
20th Jan '15 12:57:02 PM pagad
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* Used in Creator/DmitryPuchkov's {{Gag Dub}}s of ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' films, most often during the appearances of the Nazgûl on their flying beasts, replacing the ear-splitting screech. The dubbed dialogue specifically calls them "Messers" (i.e. Messerschmidts). Also appears in the scene with Gandalf and Balrog falling (the one where they first appear falling in a giant cavern with a lake).

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* Used in Creator/DmitryPuchkov's {{Gag Dub}}s of ''Film/TheLordOfTheRings'' films, most often during the appearances of the Nazgûl on their flying beasts, replacing the ear-splitting screech. The dubbed dialogue specifically calls them "Messers" (i.e. Messerschmidts).Messerschmitt). Also appears in the scene with Gandalf and Balrog falling (the one where they first appear falling in a giant cavern with a lake).
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