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Texture representing the last remaining flying Ilyushin Il-2 Sturmovik at the Flying Heritage Collection. Texture is for Thicko's CFS2 Il-2 SKIS package "Pilot & Gunner version" upgraded to FSX by Erik "Hertzie" Hertzberger.
Posted Oct 5, 2015 03:56 by Mark Powell
15.20Mb (893 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Grumman Avenger Firebomber In 1956, several Avengers were purchased by the U.S. Forest Service as tankers for fighting forest fires. Powerful, rugged, and spacious, TBMs could reach blazes in places that were not accessible to firefighters on the ground. Other operators purchased surplus TBMs and equipped them for aerial spraying, firefighting duties and contracted their services to federal and state governments. GMAX model, 3 variants, tested in FSX/FSXacceleration/Fs2004 Win7/8 by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 25, 2015 02:30 by A.F.Scrub
21.34Mb (1531 downloads)
This is the Macchi C-94, originally for FS9 by Francesco Giuli, updated for FSX. The package features both an amphibian and a float version. The gauges are all compatible with FSX and FSX Acceleration. The FDE has been modified to make it flyable in FSX and smoke effect has been added as well. Original model by Francesco Giuli, updated for FSX by Michael Pook.
Posted Sep 24, 2015 07:01 by Michael Pook
8.72Mb (1222 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 PA-48 Enforcer With new ideas of how to keep the P-51 Mustang alive in 1968 and in service, the long-standing workhorse Merlin V- 12 was replaced with a turboprop. This mod was not funded by the USAF, but by Cavalier. The new modification was called the Turbo Mustang III. Later, Cavalier sold the project to Piper. In 1971 Piper built two Enforcers by heavily modifying two existing P-51 Mustang aircraft and fitting them with Lycoming T55-L9A turboprop engines (along with numerous other significant modifications). It was flight tested in April 1971. The USAF, under pressure from Congress, did order two prototype PA-48 from Piper. No other orders were placed and the project died. The two PA- 48 Enforcers do exist today at USAF Museums. Tested in FS2004/FSX/FSX Acceleration. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Sep 19, 2015 13:39 by A.F.Scrub
6.70Mb (647 downloads)
One of the most versatile aircraft of the Second World War was the German Fieseler Fi 156 'Storch' (stork). It was produced in five nations and used from 1937 to 1970 by over two-dozen nations. The Flying Heritage Collectoin of Everett, WA has one of the few wartime Storches still airworthy. It is flown for their "Luftwaffe Day" each summer. It was manufactured in Germany in 1943 was used by the Luftwaffe in Occupied Europe and on the Russian Front. This texture file represents this appearance. This fits Tim "Piglet" Conrad's 2002/2004 Fi 156 Storch (fi156_fs.zip) as adapted for FSX by Erik "hertzie" Hertzberger.
Posted Sep 19, 2015 00:32 by Mark Powell
14.14Mb (1435 downloads)
The 221A Monomail was a major advance in aircraft design, being one of the first all metal, stressed skin monoplanes built. Despite it's advances the 221A'a layout harked back to the biplane era, with the cabin forward, and open cockpit aft. Lack of a constant speed propeller prevented the Monomail's true success, as better twins were introduced by the time C-S props appeared. Only one 221A saw brief service between Chicago-Cheyenne. This is an FSX update of the great FS9 model by Tim Conrad. The package features an entirely reworked VC and cockpit interior as well as a newly configured 2D panel matching the VC in every respect. New smoke effect and new camera views have been added as well. Thanks to Tim Conrad for the original model and to Dale Caruso for his repaint. New VC, cockpit design, 2D panel and smoke effect by Michael Pook.
Posted Sep 15, 2015 10:55 by Michael Pook
131.19Mb (3718 downloads)
FSX Boeing C-97 Version 03 This is a complete Boeing 367 / C-97 Stratofreighter and Stratotanker package. It includes the soundset and all previous versions, patches and updates. There are six exterior models including the YC- 97A (new), C-97G, EC-97G, KC-97G, HC-97G, and KC-97L (also new). By Roland Berger (testing), Manfred Jahn (models, textures, Monitor gauge), William N. Davidson (testing), Dan McManus (technical research, VC and panel textures, crew calls) Wayne Tudor (Flight Data Envelope), Ted Wolfgang (soundset).
Posted Sep 14, 2015 17:59 by uploader
5.83Mb (534 downloads)
The Sopwith Triplane was a British single seat fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company during the First World War. Pilots nicknamed it the Tripehound or simply the Tripe. The Triplane became operational with the Royal Naval Air Service in early 1917 and was immediately successful. Sopwith's prototype for the Triplane was "N500", first flown on 28, May 1916 with Sopwith test pilot Harry Hawker at the controls. In June of that year, it was delivered to 'A' Squadron, First Navy Air Wing in Dunkirk for combat evaluation, reputedly sent on a combat mission 15 minutes after arrival. In the collection of the "The Great War Display Team," is a replica built over a three year period by Ernie Hoblyn. It first flew in 1997 and is currently owned by Gordon Brander. This texture file represents that replica.
Posted Sep 13, 2015 17:40 by Mark Powell
4.22Mb (483 downloads)
The Sopwith Triplane was a British single seat fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company during the First World War. Pilots nicknamed it the Tripehound or simply the Tripe. The Triplane became operational with the Royal Naval Air Service in early 1917 and was immediately successful. This texture is representative of "Black Maria", flown by Raymond Collishaw. He is recorded as the second highest scoring British ace of WWI. Collishaw flew three separate Sopwith Triplanes, all called Black Maria - N5384, N5492, and N533. This is the second airframe, N5492, a single gunned Triplane with the black markings Collishaw's unit bore as a distinquishing characteristic.
Posted Sep 11, 2015 23:01 by Mark Powell
4.76Mb (585 downloads)
Terriffic photorealistic VC-update by Michael Pook for Thicko's Morane-Saulnier MS-406, just uploaded on SimViation, together with better thumbnails and necessary gauge. Enjoy! Don't forget to put the gauge(s) in your FSX-gauges map, otherwise FSX may not recognise them (if you have them already it's not necessary to overwrite). Thanks Michael for your support and great work.
Posted Sep 8, 2015 15:18 by erik hertzberger