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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 a scenery support package for the MTO theatre which allow you to have permanent destroyable scenery, specifically ports, at ten locations. These ports include the following locations. Algeria: Bejaia, Bone. Egypt: Alexandria. Greece: Souda Bay. Libya: Benghazi, Tobruk, Tripoli. Sicily: Palermo. Tunisia: Tunis. Yugoslavia: Kralsuvica. "Rami"
Posted Jul 28, 2011 00:01 by Andrew Talbot
0.54Mb (288 downloads)
This is a scenery support package for the ETO theatre which allows you to have permanent destroyable scenery, specifically ports, at eighteen locations. England: Bristol, Central London, Dover, Great Yarmouth, Gosport, Harwich, Portland, Portsmouth, Ramsgate, and Southampton. France: Boulogne, Cherbourg, Dunkerque, Nantes, St. Malo, St. Nazaire. Germany: Wilhelmshaven. Norway: Narvik. "Rami"
Posted Jul 28, 2011 00:00 by Andrew Talbot
1.80Mb (254 downloads)
Seven German Light AA Guns and their Crews for CFS2. MG-42 AA, Flak 38 DAK No Shields, Flak 38 DAK With Shields, Flak 38 Early ETO No Shields, Flak 38 Early ETO With Shields, Flak 38 Later ETO No Shields, Flak 38 Later ETO With Shields.
Posted Apr 20, 2011 03:51 by Pen32Win
1.81Mb (234 downloads)
Five German Medium AA Guns and their Crews for CFS2. 3.7cm FlaK 37 Early War No Battle Shields, 3.7cm FlaK 37 Early War With Battle Shields, 3.7cm FlaK 37 Late War No Battle Shields, 3.7cm FlaK 37 Late War With Battle Shields and 3.7cm FlaK 37 Afrika Corps.
Posted Apr 20, 2011 03:17 by Pen32Win
1.04Mb (194 downloads)
A set of 26 replacement BGL's for Gary20's wonderful BritObj.bgl (BoB Package) and the RAFLib.bgl (RAF Building Object) to fix several issues with the old ones. Plus two new C-Type Hangars by Gary in his FSDS Package. All recreated in GMax and optimized for better FPS.
Posted Apr 20, 2011 02:17 by Pen32Win
0.42Mb (927 downloads)
Translucent and Transparent Grass Textures for Steve McClelland's Far East Scenery Package and Williamtown RAAF Scenery, but they can be used in any scenery package by simply renaming the files appropriately. These were created by Kelticheart for the purpose of 'blending' the airfields in older non-GSL scenery into the parent scenery more effectively. I am just doing the posting on these with Kelti's blessing. Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo, firstname.lastname@example.org Whether you use the translucent grass textures, which still outline the grass area of each airfield, but in a 'blended' way, or chose the transparent textures for the 'no grass' look(my preference), you will find that your old airfields take on a new look of realism. This is freeware and subject to then normal conditions. Installation is simple for the Far East and Williamtown. Simply paste the appropriate texture files into the texture folders for each scenery package. Backup your originals in case you want them later.
Posted Oct 27, 2009 22:22 by Tom Sanford
0.10Mb (705 downloads)
This file contains a simple scenery addon which gives you an authentic Australian base at Williamtown. This base can be used in WWII and modern scenarios. Williamtown is the closest airbase to the Allies main fleet anchorage in the southwest Pacific.
Posted Oct 27, 2009 22:18 by Tom Sanford
5.36Mb (1176 downloads)
This is basically a mix of several Microsoft flight-sim cloud textures I did a couple of years ago. Credits: I created nothing...only used various textures available for download from several flight-sim communities. No textures were knowingly included that were created by an independent developer. However, if by chance one slipped through, please notify me for proper credit if you feel a texture is yours.
Posted Aug 13, 2009 14:06 by Mike Barina