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Repaint- Albatros DV Osterkamp Skin for Aerocrate's Albatros DV By John Fortin(AKA Polar_Lion) The repaint is of Theo Osterkamps Albatros D V of 1917. As there are no pictures, this is a fictional texture based on two descriptions of his aircraft. "Albatros D.V from July 1917 had mauve /green wings and horizontal stab. The fuselage natural wood stippled with mauve/green. Two black fuselage bands with thin white edges. Yellow spinner and forward cowling. Black(?) wheel centres and the serial number D.2130/17 with a small 24 above serial number." "Theo Osterkamp painted a Maltese cross and two black strips on his D.V D.2130/17 which then looked like a wasp." Original Aircraft: Gary Aumaugher and Model by David Eckert This download requires the Aerocrate's Albatros D.V aircraft available here: http://www.aerocrate.com/documents/Alb_DV.zip
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:29 by John P Fortin
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Repaint- Albatros DV Udet Skin for Aerocrate's Albatros DV By John Fortin(AKA Polar_Lion) The repaint is of Ernst Udet's Albatros D V of his Jasta 37 bird in September of 1917. This maybe the plane in which he had his duel with Georges Guynemer. Original Aircraft: Gary Aumaugher and Model by David Eckert This download requires the Aerocrate's Albatros D.V aircraft available here: http://www.aerocrate.com/documents/Alb_DV.zip
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:17 by John P Fortin
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Mission - World War I Duel of Aces 1917 - Guynemer vs Osterkamp. By John P Fortin (aka Polar_Lion) Its about the day Guynemer spared Osterkamp's life. Georges Guynemer was already a french ace with almost 50 confirmed kills. Osterkamp had only recently become and ace. Guynemer isn't credited with this victory due to the lack of witnesses. Even though Guynemer was alone during the duel, for the stories sake, you will be flying wing for Guynemer. You will be flying a SPAD S7 out of Bergues Bierne, just south of Dunkirk. The fight will take place over Roulers.
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:02 by John P Fortin
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CFS2 WWI 1917 Airbases and GSL Scenery- By John P. Fortin (aka Polar_Lion) Here are eight new airbases for WWI. There are three near the Ypres area of Flanders. Two south of Verdun. One in the Somme area. Finally the last two are west of Flanders in the sub-prefecture of Pas-de-Calais. In all there are four ally and four german. You will need all of the Aerocrate scenery and aircraft which you can get from here. Scenery: http://aerocrate.com/addon.html Aircraft: http://aerocrate.com/aircraft.html
Posted Aug 26, 2012 13:55 by John P Fortin
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This is the full 106-mission campaign about the black pilots of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, known as the Tuskegee Airmen. This set of missions start in North Africa in 1943 beginning with their arrival at Casablanca, Morocco, and ending after just over two full years of combat with the Tuskegee Airmen flying over the remains of the Third Reich and Festung Europa. The missions are as close to historically accurate as I could make them. The majority of the background information was taken from the outstanding book: "Black Knights, The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen" by Lynn M. Homan and Thomas Reilly. I have had to omit some of the actual missions conducted by the Tuskegee Airmen just for brevity sake. I have also taken some creative liberty where limitations of CFS2 would not allow for total accuracy of mission building. For this, I apologize to the original Tuskegee Airmen and the authors of the book.
Posted Aug 14, 2012 17:51 by Devildog73
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A Bay Class Landing Ship Dock (Auxilliary) for use in CFS2 as an AI ship. Fully landable and sinkable. Includes sample mission and SDK (FSDS source files and textures for editing).
Posted Jul 17, 2012 19:10 by Mark Walsh
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A replacement model file for my Type 45 destroyer (RN_Type_45.zip) which corrects some of the texture mapping and transparency (or lack of) issues. It also updates/improves a few minor details.
Posted May 27, 2012 10:52 by Mark Walsh