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FS2004 Lockheed EP-3E Aries II is a turboprop-based signals reconnaissance aircraft, operated by the United States Navy. It is based on a Lockheed P-3 Orion airframe, which is in turn based on the Lockheed L-188 Electra passenger airliner. There are 11 EP-3Es in the Navy's inventory, the last of which was delivered in 1997. A total of 12 P-3C aircraft were converted to replace older versions of the aircraft, which had been converted in the late 1960s and early 1970s. On April 1, 2001, an EP-3E(PR-32) was intercepted by Chinese F-8 fighter jets about 70 miles off the Chinese island of Hainan. One of the Chinese jets bumped the wing of the EP-3E, which was forced to make an emergency landing in China. VQ-1 provides electronic reconnaissance from the east coast of Africa to the west coast of the United States. The squadron maintains a permanent detachment in Misawa Japan and has maintained a continuous presence in the Arabian Gulf since July 1992. -----About the Model-----The seventh P3 series of Team FS KBT produced EP-3E. This model was made with GMAX. It is FS2004 exclusive use, and it is not possible to use it with FS2002. By Team FS KBT. 29.2MB
FS2004 Boeing C-17 Cargomaster III Intended to replace the venerable C-141, the C-17 fulfills the airlift mission like no aircraft before it. Able to lift bulky heavy loads it can operate out of airstrips that were previously reachable only by much smaller aircraft. By Mike Stone. Filename: sc17.zip
FS2004 C-17 Globemaster III RAF Textures only. This is a repaint of the C-17 by Mike Stone (Required above). Repaint by Andy Nott. 373K
FS2004 C-17 Globemaster III RAF Textures only. This is a repaint of the C-17 by Mike Stone (Required above). Repaint by Dave Charleton/UKMil. 269K
FS2004 C-17A Globemaster III - USAF 437th AW, 315th AW(R) - Textures only. This repaint of Mike Stone's C-17A Globemaster III (required above) represents an aircraft operated by the 437th Airlift Wing, and the 315th Airlift Wing (Associate Reserve) of the Air Mobility Command at Charleston AFB, S.C. The tail stripe design is of the current style. Model and original textures by Mike Stone. Repaint by Frank Safranek. 253K
FS2004 Tornado GR4 - RAF 31 Squadron 90TH Anniversary Textures only. Requires the DSB Tornado here. Dave Charelton. 1MB

FS 2004 Team FS KBT F18 Super Hornet in Blue Angels colors. Clean model for all six airplanes.This is the final Blue Angels pack. Just add corect panel and sound folder from original KBT FA-18 Super Hornet aircraft - fa-18e_sh.zip (here). Texture Lucian Lie. 15.9MB

For those who do not already have the original KBT Super Hornet - this package contains the Sound & Panel folders. 24MB

Fix: Team FS KBT F18 Super Hornet in Blue Angels colors Aircraft.cfg FIX and Installation Help.By Lucian Lie. 4K

FS2004 C-17A Globemaster III - USAF 452nd AMW(AFR) Textures only. This repaint of Mike Stone's C-17A Globemaster III (required above) represents 05-5139 operated by the 452nd Air Mobility Wing (Air Force Reserve) at March Field in Riverside, CA. Deliveries of C-17s to March Field began in the Summer of 2005. Model and original textures by Mike Stone. Repaint by Frank Safranek. 254K

FS2004 Aermacchi MB326H Package: Version Update with added VC Model and Flight dynamics This version has been created by using Abacus' Flight Simulator Design Studio version 2.24. Features include full moving parts including undercarraige suspension, opening canopy and reflective textures. Flight dynamics constructed using the 1% spreadsheets, v2.82.104.Full functioning Virtual Cockpit. By David Friswell. Textures By Garry.J Smith Update By Warwick Carter. 8.1MB
FS2004 TU-16 Badger Update. This is an update for the TU-16 Badger by Dmitry Dobronravin and repainted by Javier Montes (required here). I have updated the flight dynamics, added a white nav light, changed the smoke effects, and put the engines and wheels closer to where they should be. Bob Chicilo. 101K