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Embraer EMB-111 Chilean Navy
1.29Mb (311 downloads)
Embraer EMB-111/P-95 for FS98/CFS1 Armada de Chile - Chilean Navy The EMB-111/P-95 is a land-based maritime surveillance aircraft which is operated by the Coastal Command of Brazil's Air Force under the designation P-95. Examples have been supplied also to the Chilean Navy and the air force of Gabon. Generally similar to the standard Bandeirante, the EMB-111 can be distinguished by its wingtip tanks and large nose radome. Internally it carries sea patrol radar, an inertial navigation system and Thomson-CSF passive ECM equipment. Underwing pylons can carry air-to-surface rockets, target markers, depth charges and chaff dispensers. The Chilean Navy operated the EMB-111/P-95 since 80s, and used them on maritime surveillance, SAR operations and anti-submarine patrols with additional anti-shipping capacity when carrying air-to-surface rockets. Currently are being replaced by the P3C Orion.
Posted Dec 27, 2009 14:16 by Edmundo Abad
 
Cessna 0-2 Skymaster
0.12Mb (357 downloads)
The Chilean Navy's O-2As have provided yeoman services to protect life at sea, coastal exploration, liaison, etc. In 2000 they received attractive (and useful!) spinners for the front engines; the airplanes have performed well, although some of them have been affected by minor accidents that are not worthy of mentioning here. Original Designers: Donn E. Bohde New Chilean Navy Textures and damage profile for CFS1: Edmundo Abad (2009) Converted to CFS1 and repainted as Cessna 0-2 Skymaster #330, homebased at Torquemada, Viña del Mar. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with ficcional armament: 2 x 0.30 under-wings machine gun, rockets and bombs.
Posted Dec 24, 2009 13:33 by Edmundo Abad
 
De Havilland DHC6-300 Antarctic FACH
1.61Mb (280 downloads)
The Chilean Air force operate the DHC6-300S since the eighties, in the Chilean Antarctic Territory. Those planes operate from Lt. Marsh Airbase, King George island, Southern Shetland islands.Created by: Barry Blaisdell & Jens Borgstroem for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted as DHC-6 300s #942 in red/black high visibility painting.
Posted Dec 23, 2009 17:06 by Edmundo Abad
 
De Havilland DHC-6 300 FACH Pack
De Havilland DHC-6 300 FACH Pack
1.89Mb (564 downloads)
In 1969, the De Havilland DHC-6 Twin Otter 300 series (long nose) was introduced. Both aircraft performance and payload were improved by fitting more powerful PT6A-270 engines. This was a 680 hp (510 kW) engine that was flat-rated to 620 hp (460 kW) for use in the Series 300 Twin Otter. The Series 300 proved to be the most successful variant by far, with 614 Series 300 aircraft and their sub-variants (Series 310 for United Kingdom operators, Series 320 for Australian operators, etc.) sold before production ended in 1988. The Chilean Air force operate the Twin Otter since the sixties, mainly in southern territories as Llanquihue, Aysén and Magallanes regions. The resemblance of the climate and the topography between our southern regions and his native land Canada, make it optimum to operate here. Created by: Barry Blaisdell & Jens Borgstroem for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted in four textures as: -DHC-6 300 #944 green/grey camouflage with high visibility markings. -DHC-6 300 #946 green/grey camouflage with low visibility markings and without door for skydiving operations. -DHC-6 300 #947 all grey camouflage with high visibility markings. -DHC-6 300 #948 green/grey camouflage with high visibility markings. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with experimental armament for close support missions, tested in the DHC-6 during the "Beagle Channel crisis" (1978) : 2 x 0.50 machine gun in the wing-struts, 1 x 0.30 machine gun in the left side door, and bombs.
Posted Dec 23, 2009 16:58 by Edmundo Abad
 
Learjet 35 FACH
0.22Mb (867 downloads)
The Chilean Air force operated the Gates Learjet 35 since the years 60s, mainly in aerial photography and VIP transport. Created by: Al Whitney for FS98 (1999) Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad (2009) Converted to CFS1 and repainted as Learjet 35 #352 of SAF (Servicio Aerofotogramétrico), Cerrillos Airport, 1974. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, but without armament.
Posted Dec 23, 2009 10:29 by Edmundo Abad
 
Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante Chilean Navy
1.93Mb (350 downloads)
The Chilean Navy operated the EMB-110 Bandeirante since 80s, and used them on maritime surveillance, passenger and cargo, and search and rescue operations. Converted to CFS1 and repainted as EMB-110 NAVAL #108, homebased at Torquemada, Viña del Mar. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with light armament: 1 x 0.30 machine gun in the left side windows. Note of Copyrights: This virtual model have a long time history and is based on work by many people: I downloaded this EMB-110 from the net in 2001 with Brazilian markings and it did not contain any information on who's fine work this aircraft model is! or who are the designers of differents parts and upgrades. Thereinafter I have found other virtual models with the same characteristic but with different copyrights. I took all those information and resulted me difficult to attribute it copyright, but I believe not to mistake me if I list to the following: Original Designers: M.D. Baclawski/ Tony Bolton Original Chilean Navy Textures: Javier Barros Sepúlveda Moving landing gear and propellers: Rodrigo Rodas. New Chilean Navy Textures and damage profile for CFS1: Edmundo Abad (2009)
Posted Dec 22, 2009 06:31 by Edmundo Abad
 
Beechcraft A-99 FACH
1.83Mb (213 downloads)
The Chilean Air force operated the Beechcraft A-99 in the years 70-90, mainly in instrumental flight training and light transport. Homebased at Grupo 11, Quintero. Created by: Chris Lampard & Lee Hall for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted as: -Beechcraft A-99 FACH #305. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, but without armament.
Posted Dec 21, 2009 07:51 by Edmundo Abad
 
DHC-5 Buffalo FACH
0.62Mb (174 downloads)
The only one chilean Dhc-5 Buffalo, used as logistical support by the FACH during early 80's, in the antarctic missions (passenger and cargo) between Lt. Marsh Airbase in Southern Shetland islands, and Punta Arenas. This aircraft was destroyed in a accident years after. Created by:Eric Mitchell for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted as DHC-5 Buffalo FACH #920. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with fictional armament: 1 x 0.30 machine gun in the side left windows and bombs.
Posted Dec 21, 2009 07:47 by Edmundo Abad
 
Grumman HU-16 FACH
3.04Mb (259 downloads)
The Chilean Air force operated the HU-16 Albatross in the years 60-70, and used them on maritime surveillance, anti-submarine patrols and search and rescue operations. Homebased at Grupo 2, Quintero. In the sixties, some of this planes operated in the Chilean Antarctic Territory, from Caleta Péndulo, Pedro Aguirre Cerda air force base, located in Deception island, before the base resulted destroyed by a volcanic eruption. Created by:Marcel Ritzema & Udo Entenmann for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted as HU-16 FACH #568. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with armament: 2 x 0.30 machine gun in the side windows, rockets and bombs (depth charges).
Posted Dec 21, 2009 07:46 by Edmundo Abad
 
L19-Bird Dog FACH
L19-Bird Dog FACH
2.51Mb (391 downloads)
The Cessna L-19/O-1 Bird Dog is a liaison and observation aircraft. This light observation plane saw action un Korea and more recently in the Vietnam War, where it was used for reconnaissance and forward air control with under-wing smoke-rockets. The Bird Dog had a lengthy career in the U.S. military as well as in other countries. The Chilean Air force operated this light utility aircraft since the years 60s, in duties as liaison, sanitary transport, air reconnaissance and photography. Today in Chile, this aircraft is yet used for glider towing and is better known with the name of "zanahoria" ("carrot" in spanish). Created by:Bob Wening & Robert M. Porter for FS98 Adapted to CFS1 and repainted by: Edmundo Abad Converted to CFS1 and repainted in four textures as: -Cessna 0-1 #321 red/white colors with high visibility markings. -Cessna 0-1 #322 green/tan camouflage with low visibility markings, for desert operations. -Cessna 0-1 #402 all green camouflage with high visibility markings. -Cessna 0-1 #404 all "zanahoria" orange with high visibility markings. I have included a damage profile for use with CFS1, with armament of underwings rockets and bombs.
Posted Dec 21, 2009 07:41 by Edmundo Abad