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Song Parodies -> "Black Dive Bomber"

Original Song Title:

"Arm-Slung Holder"

Original Performer:

John A. Barry

Parody Song Title:

"Black Dive Bomber"

Parody Written by:

Robert D. Arndt Jr.

The Lyrics

Parody of a parody X20!!! The Stuka... what is there to say except best dive bomber of WW2 with the most hits and most precise delivery system with auto-recovery. The G-model had 2x 37mm BK 3.7s which could rip a tank apart like a can opener and some carried the first gunpods firing 4800 rpm (3x 1600 rpm MG-81 inside). Worked all fronts (West, South, East) and racked up tremendous kills. Rudel's record is the greatest in aerial warfare for destruction and he received the highest award of the Third Reich- Knight's Cross to the Iron Cross First Class with Golden Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds. Greater than the ace-of-aces Erich Hartmann with 352 kills! And he did it in a Stuka. Air-sirens blazing, no one who ever encountered the Stuka can forget it. Gunners froze in terror, civilians on roads jumped in ditches, armor crews feared the sight of it. An ominous black bird of Nazi terror.
Black dive bomber is recognized Stuka villain
sirens screaming, “shark mouth” grins an evil smile
SC-type bomb falling towards a tank stalling
gunners cope, but hands tremble as fear runs wild

(Soldier reduced to frightened child)

Sirens blaring, talons of the bird strike terror
bullet tips and direct hits—rip tanks apart!
BKs smash armor like an iron hammer
Assault from air, tankers beware
inverted gull-wings surreal , winged monster,
shadow killer—makes tank-busting a dark art

Rudel was the best, of blackened heart

There’s no dispute—it was German, black dive bomber
At war with many nations from the start
Dives below, strikes a blow in all weather
tears through the air as sirens blare
was its norm—hits unreal, swarms, dive bomber
War done: the last bombs drop, Stuka did its part

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Patrick - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
I'm trying to imagine a bomber with a siren. That must have been scary stuff. Especially with a couple of 37mm cannons to back it up. Is there still a Stuka in flying condition anywhere? I was at an air show once and talked to a woman who flew one of the T-6 trainers modified for "Tora Tora Tora". She said she wished someone would build a Ju-87.
Rob Arndt - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
The Stuka had two air sirens each located on the fixed gear and driven by the dive which had an intense psychological panic effect. Armament was varied: Ju-87B had 2x 7.92mm MG-17 in wings plus a single MG-15 for the rear gunner while carrying a 500 kg bomb on the centerline plus 4x 50kg bombs on the wings. The D-1 and 5 had the two wing guns but changed the rear to a twinned MG-81 fring 3200 rpm and carrying a 1800kg bomb on the centerline. Certain D-models changed the rear gun to a single MG-81, changed the wing guns to 20mm, or added 2x WB81 gunpods firing 4800 rpm! The G-model featured the tank-busting BK 3.7s which could hold either 12 or 24 rounds each depending on the Flak gun used! Never truly obsolete as long as it had air cover the Stuka was the most accurate dive bomber of WW2. Rudel's individual record with it is amazing, making him the most skilled pilot of the Luftwaffe as far as destruction goes. Hartmann shot down 352 aircraft but Rudel shot down aircraft, destroyed tanks, AFVs, artillery pieces, a battleship, a cruiser, a frigate, landing craft, bunkers, bridges, and railways. He fired over 1 million rounds of MG ammo, and 5000 of the 37mm, with over 1000 tons of bombs dropped. Was shot down 6 times, performed 8 rescues, and lost his leg below the knee... and STILL fought on even though Hitler forbid him! All in a Stuka.
Rob Arndt - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
A slight correction: Rudel was shot-down 32 times not 6 (and always by AA fire never another plane)!!! He also flew 2530 sorties, flew over 600,000km, used 5,000,000 litres of fuel, and fired 150,000 20mm rounds! Downed 11 aircraft too in a Fw-190. Greatest military pilot of all time. No one will ever equal him.
John Barry - October 17, 2012 - Report this comment
Tomorrow.

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