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FSX 2D panel for Rob Richardson's marvelous Fairey Gannet, which is available at this site. Included are modified cameras and a saved flight with 2 droppable torpedos, starting at Vancouver International airport. Configuration from Erwin Welker.
Posted Jun 30, 2011 05:17 by Erwin Welker
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This is a repaint for the North American T-6 Texan by David Eckert, Warwick Carter, & Michael Flahault in a fictional U.S. Navy livery. Repaint by L.T. Davis.
Posted Jun 29, 2011 03:52 by L. T. 'patchz' Davis
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FSX/FS9 Redcoat Textures for the Bristol Britannia package by Jens Kristensen. Three variations: G-BHAU "Amy",G-BRAC "James", and G-AOVS "Christian". Requires JBK Britannia 312 aircraft. Textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Jun 27, 2011 21:04 by Gary Harperr
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FS2004/FSX Spitfire Mk 22 new model: The Mk22/24 series were the final developments of the Spitfire. They had a rear view fuselage with a redesigned hood and lost the classic Spitfire eleptical wing. Later models had Spiteful type fins and larger tailplanes. They were powered by a Rolls-Royce Griffon 61 driving a five-bladed constant-speed Rotol.Although not declared obsolete until May 1955, they was little used after 1952, by which time most surviving examples, some 80, were in storage. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jun 25, 2011 06:32 by A.F.Scrub
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Horten H-VII, experimental flying wing and trainer. Based on the experiences of the smaller H-Vc, the two-seated H-VII made its first flight in May 1943. The H-VII was powered by two Argus AS-10-SC engines driving two-bladed constant-speed propellers via extension shafts. The aircraft had a fully retractable twin nosewheel undercarriage. The aircraft could reach a max. speed of 340 km/hr. The paintings were in Luftwaffe camouflage, assigned to the RLM-no.8-226 This extraordinary aircraft probably suffered the same fate as the H-Vc and was burned after US troops occupied the Goettingen airfield in april 1945. Has 2d panel(No VC). By Andreas Becker.
Posted Jun 20, 2011 17:17 by Andreas Bcker
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Although best known for their service with the Royal Air Force, Mosquitoes were also flew in several U.S. Army Air Force units as photographic and weather reconnaissance aircraft and as a night fighter. During the war, the USAAF acquired 40 Canadian Mossies and flew them under the American F-8 (photo reconnaissance) designation. In addition, the British turned over more than 100 Mosquitoes to the USAAF under Reverse Lend-Lease. These aircraft retained their British designations. Texture by Foxtrot Flyers.
Posted Jun 19, 2011 18:55 by John Hauck