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FS2004 Himalayas LOD9 Base Mesh - Hindu Kush Detailed terrain mesh of N32°-40° E70°-76° based on Shuttle Radar (SRTM) data but with many of the void areas filled with elevation models generated from topographic maps by Jonathan de Ferranti. The "LOD9 base mesh" series covers all of the Himalayas and the additional LOD10 "Himalayan Peaks" series prominent mountains and ridges. Compiled for FS by Holger Sandmann. Compatible with FS2002 . 88MB
FS2004 Himalayas LOD9 Base Mesh - Kashmir Detailed terrain mesh of N30°-39° E76°-78° based on Shuttle Radar (SRTM) data but with many of the void areas filled with elevation models generated from topographic maps by Jonathan de Ferranti. The "LOD9 base mesh" series covers all of the Himalayas and the additional LOD10 "Himalayan Peaks" series prominent mountains and ridges. Compiled for FS by Holger Sandmann. Compatible with FS2002. 30MB
FS2004 Brigada Aérea "El Palomar Airport, Argentina (SADP). EL PALOMAR is the first air brigade of the Argentine Air Force and in this airfield operate the C-130's, L-100-30's, B707-320's, DH6's, Learjet 35's and 23's, F28's, F27's of this airforce, and the presidential airplane TANGO 01 (B757-200).
FS2004 Quang Tri Airfield, Vietnam, Late 60's era. A model of Quang Tri Airfield, a strategic USMC helicopter base. The 1st and 3rd Division marines at Quang Tri flew CH-46 Sea Knight and UH-1N Huey Iroquois helicopters. Quang Tri Airfield was located just a few miles south of the the DMZ which made it extremely vulnerable to attack. North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces attacked Quang Tri several times during the war. Although it wasn't a coastal base like Cam Ranh Bay or Tuy Hoa, the site of Quang Tri Airfield was very sandy. The sand contrasted with the surrounding terrain and looked somewhat unnatural. Aerial photos confirm that the base had this unusual appearance. This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles. 252K
FS2004 Bear Creek Winery & Lodging Enhanced v2.0.9 "Diamond Edition", Alaska (AK). An all new flight simulator experience awaits you at Bear Creek. This is a completely re-vamped "Extreme Make Over" of the previous Bear Creek Winery & Lodging. Some additions include: scenery changer utility, custom textures, festive events (Christmas, Balloon Festival, etc.). Also added enhanced AI Traffic to the whole of Bear Creek. By Michael Woolsey and David Marshall. 46MB
FS2004 Soc Trang Airfield, Vietnam, Late 60's era. A model of Soc Trang Airfield, a strategic combat support base in the Mekong Delta about 2km southwest of Khanh Hung. Soc Trang was originally a World War II Japanese fighter base. In 1962 it became the first USMC airfield in South Vietnam. The HMM-362 squadron flew UH-34 helicopters. After the marines relocated to DaNang AB, they were replaced by the US Army's 93rd Transportation Company and 121st Aviation Company (T-28s and A-1Es). They were known as the "Soc Trang Tigers." A real tiger named "Tuffy" was the base mascot. This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles. 225K
FS2004 Manukau Shopping Mall. Manukau Shopping Mall - South Auckland - New Zealand. By Ron Watson. 3.6MB
FS2004 Vinh Long Airfield, Vietnam, circa 1968 Scenery. A model of Vinh Long Airfield (circa 1968), a US Army combat aviation base in the Mekong Delta. It was the home of the 114th Aviation Company. This unit flew UH-1 Huey helicopters, and was known as "The Knights of the Air." Vinh Long also had port facilities for a fleet of US Navy swift boats. Vinh Long's 3,500' asphalt runway was flanked on both sides by large, rectangular water-filled basins. This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles. 929K
FS2004 Alternative Autogen Textures. Autogen for all world with an certain 3D effect and a larger variety of textures. By Valentin Casares. 157K
FS2004 Quang Ngai Airfield, Vietnam, late 60's era. A model of Quang Ngai Airfield, a rudimentary USMC airstrip about 35 km south of Chu Lai Airbase. The 174th Assault Helicopter Company flew combat support missions from this location. The 4,625' asphalt runway at Quang Ngai could also handle C-123 and C-130 transport aircraft. This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles. 103K