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FS2002 / FS2004 EE Lightning LTF (1980's Grey Scheme) Textures only. The Lightning was the mainstay of the UK's Air Defence Role throughout the 1960's & 70's. This is a repaint of the Lightning By Kazunori Ito (Required here) Repaint by Ben Hartmann of UKMIL. 1.1MB
FS2004/2002 F4 Phantom is XV404 Tiger FGR2 '74 Squadron. This is a repaint of the Kazunori Ito/ Anglo-Virtual Aviation’s F4 Phantom .. This F4 Phantom is XV404 Tiger FGR2 '74 Squadron’ painted in a Tiger Meet Paint scheme. Original read me file Included ..Textures Created By Mark Rooks … Included is some pics and History. 2.7MB
FS2004/2002 EE Lightning XR771 56 Sqn (1960's) Textures only. The Lightning was the mainstay of the UK's Air Defence Role throughout the 1960's & 70's. This is a repaint of the Lightning By Kazunori Ito (Required here) Repaint by Ben Hartmann of UKMIL. 1.4MB
FS2004/2002 EE Lightning XS897 23 Sqn (1970's Camo Scheme) Textures only. The Lightning was the mainstay of the UK's Air Defence Role throughout the 1960's & 70's. This is a repaint of the Lightning By Kazunori Ito (Required here) Repaint by Ben Hartmann of UKMIL
FS2004/2002 Mikoyan MiG-31M FoxHound. The MiG-31 was developed as an improved version of the MiG-25 supersonic fighter. The two-seat MiG-31 was foreseen as a high-speed interceptor to counter the threat of supersonic aircraft and cruise missiles flying at low-level.The feature of M type are considerably large-scale ECM Pod that was equipped at the wing tip, canopy in good view where the curved surface glass was used, brief front gear door in two pieces and LERX behind large intake(Extension of main wing root) etc. Two kind of models(clean and with weapon) are included. by Kazunori Ito. 2.4MB
FS2004 Aermacchi MB326H Package with full VC. This version has been created using Abacus' FSDS 2.24. Some of the features are: full moving parts, undercarraige suspension, opening canopy, ejection sequence and reflective textures. Even a battery cart is included. Flight dynamics constructed using the 1% spreadsheets, v2.82.104. Full functioning VC. 10 unique and vivid liveries are included in the package as well as a full set of master blanks for repainting. Self installing executable for entire aircraft and all textures, including the paint kit. Many other aircraft and textures available at: http://www.gjsmith.net Model and Flight dynamics By David Friswell Full update and enhancements by Warwick Carter Textures By Garry.J Smith. 9.9MB
CFS2/FS2000/2002/2004 North American AJ-1 Savage. The AJ1 Savage was a stop gap bomber used as a naval nuclear naval deterrent between WWII and the arrival of full jet bombers. It had twin radials on the wings and an allison turbojet in the tail. It never saw combat but was on ready alert and carried the MK15-Mk39 series of gravity nuclear bombs from the decks of US Carriers. It ended its military carreer as a flying tanker. The AJ Savages were decomishioned in the early sixties and saw their last action as civilian Fire bombers. Note: Earlier FS2002 aircraft so when asked to 'disable non compatible features?' in FS2004 click No! Original by Jim Jacobson. Update with new air, Dp, effects and modified textures by A.F.Scrub 8.8MB
FS2004/2002 VC-10 C.Mk.2 ZA141 Textures Only. This is a repaint of the VC-10 C.MK.1 By David Maltby (Required here). Original Skins By David Maltby for FS2000/2002 Modified for FS9 by Ben Hartmann of UKMIL. 509K
FS2004 US Airforce KC-135 916 ARW Tiger Textures only THis depicts the KC135 of the US 916th Air Refuelling Wing. Aircraft is the 135 by Roc Dolenec (required here) Textures by UKMIL. 454K
FS2004 Lockheed C-141B Starlifter. The C-141B was America's first all jet cargo aircraft, designed as both a cargo and troop carrier. It has been a true workhorse since entering service. More sorties were flown by C-141's in support of the gulf war than any other cargo aircraft. Sadly, it is scheduled to retire in 2006. By Mike Stone. 1MB