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Douglas B-26C (A-26C) Invader FACH
3.02Mb (299 downloads)
CFS Douglas B-26C (A-26C) Invader Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Air force operated the Douglas A-26 between the years 1954 to 1978, mainly in bomber duties, close support, reconnaissance and liaison, ending his days as targets tug. This plane replaced the B-25 Mitchell bomber, in service since 1946 with the Grupo 8. In Chile, the A-26 was known as B-26 "Black Widow", due to their look like with the Northrop P-61, the true owner name. I have included the textures for the Douglas A-26C FACH # 845, all black, Grupo 8, 1955. This version is the A-26C's "glass" nose, officially termed the "Bombardier nose", contained a Norden bombsight for medium altitude precision bombing. The A-26C nose section included two fixed M-2 guns. An A-26C nose section could be exchanged for an A-26D nose section, or vice versa, in a few man-hours. FS98 original model creator: Gerry Schmidt. Panel: Paolo Kromberg. Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 29, 2010 11:27 by Edmundo Abad
 
Douglas A-26D Invader FACH
Douglas A-26D Invader FACH
3.13Mb (321 downloads)
CFS Douglas A-26D Invader Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile The Chilean Air force operated the Douglas A-26 between the years 1954 to 1978, mainly in bomber duties, close support, reconnaissance and liaison, ending his days as targets tug. This plane replaced the B-25 Mitchell bomber, in service since 1946 with the Grupo 8. In Chile, the A-26 was known as B-26 "Black Widow", due to their look like with the Northrop P-61, the true owner name. I have included two chilean A-26D with different textures: -Douglas A-26D FACH # 812, all black, 1962. -Douglas A-26D FACH # 832, with desert camouflage, 1973. The A-26D # 812, on November 16, 1962 was protagonist of a heroic fact in the one which the pilot Lt. Luis Campos, remained unconscious by the collapse of the cockpit roof. The gunner, Sgt. Dionisio Fuentes, (mechanic-airman, without flight training) took the controls achieving to stabilize the plane, decided to land through radio-instructions from the control tower. The pilot was recovered partially, and with the help of the sergeant, achieved to land the plane. For this action, the sergeant Fuentes was awarded with the FACH Value Medal and the Flight Safety Premium that grants the USAF to allies air forces. The A-26D # 832 was modified from model C (glass nose) to model D (solid nose) during the program "Gun Nose". The plan of desert camouflage is of beginnings of the decade of the '70 and it is in accordance to the border-tensions with Peru, frequent in that years. FS98 original model creator: Chris Lampard. Panel: Paolo Kromberg. Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.
Posted Jan 29, 2010 11:24 by Edmundo Abad
 
Consolidated OA-10 Catalina "Manutara" FACH
Consolidated OA-10 Catalina "Manutara" FACH
3.91Mb (706 downloads)
Consolidated OA-10 "Catalina" for CFS1 Chilean Version This virtual model represent the FACH OA-10 #405 own named "Manutara" (bird of the good luck), which was the first plane on to reach the Easter Island from American Continent (La Serena-Easter Island), on January 19, 1951; piloted by Roberto Parrague. Original Model by: Brian Horsey/Harry Follas. Sounds by: Jim Johnston Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad
Posted Jan 25, 2010 13:16 by Edmundo Abad
 
Consolidated PBY-5a "Catalina" FACH
3.87Mb (776 downloads)
Consolidated PBY-5a "Catalina" for CFS1 Chilean Version This virtual model represent the FACH PBY-5a #406 own named "Skua" (polar bird), which was the first plane on to reach the Chilean Antarctic Territory from American Continent (Santiago-Punta Arenas-Decepciˇn Island), on Decembre 25, 1955; piloted by Humberto Tenorio. Original Model by: Brian Horsey/Harry Follas. Sounds by: Jim Johnston Damage profile for CFS1 and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad
Posted Jan 25, 2010 13:10 by Edmundo Abad
 
Ansaldo S.V.A.5. Chilean Army Air Corps
0.12Mb (136 downloads)
CFS Ansaldo S.V.A.5. Chilean Army Air Corps - Aviaciˇn Militar de Chile. The Ansaldo S.V.A. 5 was a sturdy two-seater reconnaissance aeroplane used on this and other duties, in service in the Chilean Army Air Corps in the 20s. This plane, own named "Capitan Pastene", was donated by the resident Italian Colony to the Chilean Army Air Corps in 1921. A few months later, this plane resulted destroyed in a water crash near chilean coast. Note: The Chilean Air Force was created in 1930. Before, the military planes are operated by Chilean Army Air Corps, with different badges to the current. This virtual model have the old markings with only national coat on fuselage. FS98 Aircraft Designer: Sergio Kaiser Chilean textures and DP for CFS: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009.
Posted Jan 24, 2010 15:51 by Edmundo Abad
 
Ryan Navion L-17 "Canelita" FACH
0.63Mb (352 downloads)
FS98/CFS Ryan Navion L-17 Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The Ryan Navion L-17 is one of the most unknown planes of the Chilean Air Force. All the information that I could find, has by source a profile published in the Revista Fach (Magazine of Chilean Air Force) NĘU 152, 1980. The Chilean Ryan Navion L-17 registration #01 was in service between 1948 to 1961. This plane was used as presidential plane by Carlos Ibaí└ez del Campo and Jorge Alessandri Rodriguez, on quick internal travels, mainly during earthquakes and other natural disasters. The Ryan Navion was known with the own name of "Canelita" (little cinnamon), due to that the big presidential plane, the Douglas DC-3 #901, were called "Canela" (cinnamon). FS98 Aircraft Designers: Carlos Reyes Jr. and Derek 'Deke' Wakefield. Panel by: J.L.Stubbs Chilean textures and DP: Edmundo Abad
Posted Jan 14, 2010 20:04 by Edmundo Abad
 
Avro 626 Tutor FACH
0.41Mb (189 downloads)
FS98/CFS Avro 626 Tutor Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The Avro 626 Tutor was a main trainer of the Chilean Air Force between 1934 to 1941. This plane was received with 210 HP Lynx engine, but late, most were replaced by 260 HP Cheetha B or 235 HP Jacob engines. A number of 20 Avro 626 were available in the Escuela de Aviaciżn Capit▀n Avalos, in training duties. FS98 Aircraft Designers: Moriarty/Pegasus Aviation Design . Panel, Chilean textures and DP for CFS: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009
Posted Jan 14, 2010 20:02 by Edmundo Abad
 
North American AT-6G Texan FACH
North American AT-6G Texan FACH
0.92Mb (341 downloads)
FS98/CFS North American AT-6G Texan. Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The North American AT-6 (late T-6) Texan was a single-engine advanced trainer aircraft used on this and other duties, in service in the Chilean Air Force between 1942 to 1978. The North American AT-6G was used as advanced trainer (AT) during the years 40s-50s, flown by the chilean pilots, at Escuela de Aviaciżn Capit▀n Avalos. It was the third phase of the three phase training program for pilots. After basic training (BT) in the Vultee BT-13, the student pilot moved to the more complex AT-6G for advanced flight training. Also, equipped with hardpoints was used for light attack, homebased at Grupo N║1, Iquique. Converted to CFS1 and repainted in three different textures : 1) T-6G FACH # 269 on desert camouflage, Grupo N║1, Iquique. 2) T-6G FACH # 285 on "trainer yellow" color, preserved in the aeronautical museum at Cerrillos. 3) T-6G FACH # 297 all silver, Escuela de Aviaciżn Capit▀n Avalos. I have included a panel, moving parts and damage profile for use with CFS1, with armament of two 0.30 machine guns (left leading edge and rear cockpit), rockets and bombs. FS98 Aircraft Designer: Designer: Roger von Ahrens, Jr. Panel, Chilean textures and DP for CFS: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009 Also special thanks to Juan Concha & Roberto Ibarra, former FACH officers, by the great provided information for the development of this virtual model.
Posted Jan 14, 2010 20:01 by Edmundo Abad
 
Douglas C-118 Liftmaster  FACH
Douglas C-118 Liftmaster  FACH
1.68Mb (329 downloads)
FS98/CFS Douglas C-118 Liftmaster Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile. The C-118 Liftmaster was a cargo version of Douglas DC6-B liner. The Chilean Air Force operate some Douglas C-118 between 1968 to 1980. This planes was former LAN DC-6B liners, converted to C-118 for cargo duties. During "Beagle Crisis" with Argentina in 1978, the FACH's Dc-6B and C-118 received camouflage in green/tan colors with low visibility markings, operating as tactical transport on southern border regions. This virtual model represent the Douglas C-118 FACH # 985, with low visibility markings. Aircraft model is fully animated: moving gears, control surfaces, flaps, propellers, landing lights, with ficcional armament of 2 x 0.30 machine guns in the side windows. FS98 Aircraft Designers: Tom Gibson and Harry Follas. DC-4 Panel Designers: Petros Protopapas & Stephan Grille Chilean textures and DP: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009 Also special thanks to Juan Concha & Roberto Ibarra, former FACH officers, by the great provided information for the development of this virtual model.
Posted Jan 12, 2010 13:52 by Edmundo Abad
 
FS98/CFS Lockheed L-10 Electra LAN CHILE
2.85Mb (361 downloads)
FS98/CFS Lockheed L-10 Electra LAN-CHILE Air Lines. The Lockheed L-18 Electra was an old chilean liner of the World War II era. The beginning of the World War II in Europe, renders difficult the arrival of spare parts from Germany for the Ju 86z LAN fleet. Due to such facts, LAN begin the negotiations to acquire new planes Lockheed Electra A-10, that with so much success was manufacturing the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation of the United States. Around the beginning of 1941, were received the first three Lockheed Electra. The others three Electra arrived on 26 August, completing a fleet of six. The Lockheed Electra shared his duties with the Potez, Fairchild, Lodestar, DC-3 and Martin 202, on LAN service on that ages. Propelled by two WASP JR.B of 450 HP engines, they could transport 10 passengers at 280 Km/h of cruise speed, with 04:10 hours of flight autonomy, with maximum load. This was the first plane of LAN equipped with ADF (Automatic Direction Finder), modern and valuable help that was permitting to establish in automatic way the position of the aircraft with respect to land radio stations. As in those years yet wasn't existing in Chile the current NDB (Non Direccional Beacon) net, the pilots were using the broadcasting radio stations to be located, using the Electra's ADF. The last three Lockheed Electra were sold to CINTA Airlines in 1952, ending them service on LAN CHILE, and being replaced by the De Havilland Dove. This virtual model represents Lockheed L-10 # CC-LIN of LAN-CHILE, LŢnea A┌rea Nacional de Chile, 1942. Aircraft Designer: Al Whitney. Chilean textures and DP: Edmundo Abad Dec. 2009
Posted Jan 10, 2010 20:11 by Edmundo Abad