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CFS2/FS2000 Fairchild C-82 "Package" USAF Variant textures FSDSv2 model, .air, textures, .dp, panels by Jim Jacobson. 4.9MB
CFS2/FS2000/FS2002 Fairchild C-82 ArabCo Variant textures FSDSv2 model, .air, textures, .dp, panels by Jim Jacobson. 5.5MB
CFS1,CFS2 and FS2002 Nieuport 17, as flown by Charles Nungesser in Escadrille N65 Nungesser became a pilot in March, 1915 and was assigned to Escadrille Voisin 106 at Avord. He then moved up to Nieuport fighters This Nieuport 17 was flown by Charles Nungesser in 1916. He decorated the fuselage of his plane with a heart containing skull, crossed bones, a coffin, and candles. This is the 2gun fighter. Despite terrible injuries, Nungesser achieved ten victories in the battle of Verdun. At the end of the great war, his final score would be 43 enemy planes. New improved model with fully animated moving parts by Stephan Scholz. Sound.cfg by Christoph Ruhtenberg. New texture, Air and Dp file by A.F.Scrub.
CFS1,CFS2 and FS2002 Nieuport 24 for This is Nr 3961 as flown by Esc N91 in 1917. The Nieuport 24 was one of the Last Sesquiplane WW1 biplane fighters, developped from the original Nieuport 11 bébé made by the Nieuport factory. This model had a 120Hp rotary engine and a cowling mounted gun. New improved model with fully animated moving parts by Stephan Scholz. Sound.cfg by Christoph Ruhtenberg. New texture, Air and Dp file by A.F.Scrub. 2.7MB
CFS1, CFS2, FS2002 Nieuport 19bis Trainer, 1917 When more modern fighters became available, the 1917 Nieuport 17bis was mostly used as a fighter trainer from 1917 until the mid twenties.This Nieuport 17bis was built by the British Nieuport Company and only equipped two British naval units. This example N°5878 lacks the typical roundels under the upper wing. It is a very powerful and responsive aerobatic flyer. New improved model with fully animated moving parts by Stephan Scholz. Sound.cfg by Christoph Ruhtenberg. New texture, Air and Dp file by A.F.Scrub. 2.6MB
CFS2/FS2002 Northrop A-17A attack bomber. This attack aircraft was Northrop's first entry into the military market. The 1936 aircraft was an export success but was never used in combat by the U.S. Army. The A-17A was an improved version of the A-17. The most notable change was the addition of retractable landing gear. On the A-17A, the landing gear retracted inward into basic wheel wells. The Model illustrates two variants flown by the 13th bomber squdron, the "Grim Reapers". They flew the A17 variants from 1937 to early 1941 . New Mdl, Air, Dp and textures by A.F.Scrub. 1.6MB
CFS2\FS2002 North American NA-50A. North American developed the NA-50A, a single-seat fighter from the company's two-seat NA-26 advanced trainer. The only customer for the NA-50A was the Peruvian Air Force. Seven examples were delivered to Peru in 1938-1939 and called "Torito". The Peruvians fitted racks under the wings for light bombs. During the brief war between Peru and Ecuador in 1941, the Peruvian NA-50As actually flew a number of combat sorties. Remade for CFS2/FS2002 with modified Model, Textures, Air and Dp files, external stores and navigation options by A.F.Scrub. 437K
FS2002 Stearman Dingo IV This aircraft is the Boeing PT-17 Stearman Dingo IV featured in the film "Kangaroo Jack". Model by David Eckert, Panel and detailed engine by J.L. Stubbs, Repaint by: Mohammed Al-Khalifa. 1.8MB
FS2002 Curtiss SOC-4 Seagull U.S. Coast Guard Textures only for Paul Clawson's Curtiss SOC-3 Seagull (required here). This is one of four SOC-4s built for the U.S. Coast Guard. The base textures have been refinished in specular silver for FS2002, to represent the SOC-4's painted silver finish. Includes a modified panel bitmap to represent the SOC's enclosed cockpit. Textures and panel bitmap modified by Mick Morrissey from Paul Clawson's orignals. 288K
FS2002 Grumman F2F-6 Duck USCG colors. The Coast Guard obtained fourteen JF-2's for service with the first being acquired in October of 1934. Two of the Coast Guard's premiere pre-war pilots, Elmer Stone and Richard Burke, took advantage of the amphibian's excellent performance to establish two new records for speed. Original FS2000 Design By Tom Schaad. Redesign by Heather Sherman and the DDG (Duck Design Group) for FS2002 Features entirely new Panels by Bill Morad and Bob Familton Spectacular Exhaust FX by Peter Ridge and Jean Robert Turcot. Sounds by Mike Hambly Repaint by Ray Brower. 5.5MB