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Originally created by Manuele Villa for FS2004 (No VC). Textures for all five gliders in the original package (types A, B & C) updated for FSX in the dds format by Henry Rastouil (2) and Ross McLennan (3). This German assault glider, developed by Deutsche Forschungsanstalt fur Segelflug (DFS)/ German Research Institute for Sailplane Flight, was used for the first time during the operation against the Belgian Fort Eben-Emael near Maastricht (May 10, 1940). They were also used during the Krete invasion (Maleme, 1941), in the Western Desert and on the Russian Front for transport purposes. Were used to deliver Otto Skorzeny's commandos against the Gran Sasso mountain-top hotel to rescue the imprisoned Mussolini (Sept 12, 1943). The Royal Italian Air Force (Regia Aeronautica) received almost 20 DFS 230's, but they were used only for training. UPDATED FSX PACKAGE (September 2010): Also includes a JU52 Military Version from the JU52 Factory (Managing Director: Pierino Primavesi) as the AI tow aircraft updated for FSX. Flights to replicate the attack on FORT EBEN-EMAEL. In support a brief history of Fort Eben-Emael and Grand Sasso (Operation Oak) attacks. Support is given by Ross McLennan only. File name: DFS230_FSXU.zip
Posted Sep 28, 2010 08:55 by Ross McLennan
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Textures only for Thomas Ruth's A330-300 and A340-300, registrations RP-C3332 and RP-C3432. A330-300: A340-300: link below
Required files:required file
Posted Sep 28, 2010 08:32 by Ryan Gabuyo
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2D panel (no VC) for the spy aircraft Lockheed Martin U2S Dragon Lady. This is the latest version of this aircraft mainly used during the cold war and still in service. Panel inspired by pictures found on the internet and slightly adapted (autopilot). All original gauges in xml for a perfect compatibility with FSX. Please read instructions in the readme.txt file.
Posted Sep 28, 2010 08:24 by Philippe Wallaert
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This is Alpha Sim's freeware P-80 Shooting Star For Flight Simulator X. This is 45-8490 / FT-490 currently on display at the Castle AFB Museum, Atwater, California. She wears a single MiG-15 kill marking under the cockpit .On November 8, 1950, the first jet-vs-jet aerial combat took place between a P-80 Shooting Star and a MIG-15 in the area in northwest Korea later known as "MIG Alley." Several days prior to the fateful day, MIG-15 jets had been encountered by U.S. AF F-51Ds on patrol near the Yalu River area. On the afternoon of 8 November, Lt. Russell Brown piloting his Shooting Star of the 16th Fighter Squadron, out maneuvered two attacking MIG-15s, tacked onto the tail of one of them, and poured .50 caliber fire into him until the MIG exploded. It was the first of 827 MIGs to be shot down in Korea and the first jet-vs-jet victory ever. Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft.. This aircraft is Entitled " First Kill "
Posted Sep 27, 2010 08:01 by Mark Rooks