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FS 2004-2002 Republic P-47-D Aeronautica Militaire Italiana Texture only. In December 1950 the USAF gave to the Aeronautica Militare Italiana 82 Thunderbolt, that where used in the 5 and 51 Stormo, performing tasks of daily surveillance and engagement and ground attack. In 1953, after a number of losses considered too high, that airplane was putted out of use. This texture Was made by Alessandro Mascardi for the very nice model of JR Lucariny (required here)P47DUS. 1.6MB
FS2004/2002 North American P-51C #259 of 26th FS. By J R Lucariny. 1.5MB
FS2004 1940 J2F-2A Grumman Duck This model is painted for the 3rd Section Leader of Marine Squadron 3 circa 1940. It has the usual FS9 animations plus working tailhook, transparent sliding canopies, pilot figures, specular color shine, Nav and Landing lights. The 2D panel and VC are patterned after an actual photo. By Paul Clawson. 739K
FS2004 Avro Type 679 Manchester MkIA. A twin engined heavy bomber for the RAF. Aircraft of No. 207 Sqdn. Based at Bottesford in Nov. 1941. Repaint friendly version. Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 2.8MB
FS2004. Avro Type 679 Manchester MkI. A twin engined heavy bomber for the RAF. Aircraft of No. 207 Sqdn. Based at Waddington in 1941. Repaint friendly version. Ver. 02, By Edward Cook. 3MB
FS2004/2002 Horten HO XVIII A. In 1944 the RLM issued a requirement for an aircraft with a range of 11000 km (6835 miles) and a bomb load of 4000 kg (8818 lbs). This bomber was to be able to fly from Germany to New York City and back without refueling. Five of Germany's top aircraft companies had submitted designs, but none of them met the range requirements for this Amerika Bomber. Their proposals were redesigned and resubmitted at the second competition, but nothing had changed. J R Lucariny. 800K
FS2004/2002 Focke-Wulf Jager Projekt VII "Flitzer". In March 1943 Focke-Wulf in Bremen initiated a series of design studies for single-seat, jet powered fighters. Entwurf 6, also known as Projekt VI, was approved for mock-up construction in Febuary 1944. The designation was later changed to Projekt VII and was given the code name "Flitzer" (Madcap). The mid-fuselage mounted wings had moderate sweepback (32 degrees), twin booms and a high mounted tailplane. Created by J R Lucariny. 1.1MB
FS2002/FS2004 Arado Ar Project I Luft'46 Art Aircraft Series No.11. This aircraft was developed as a nightfighter. It had to take notice of nightfighter Mosquito at the same time as intercepting the strategic bomber. 30mm machine gun in nose, diagonal machine gun in the back, and rear machine guns. And, it seems that this aircraft with the speed that exceeds 800 km/h had domination very much in the arena of warfare. Three kind of painting examples are included. by Kazunori Ito. 3MB
FS2004 USAF Douglas VC-118A AIR FORCE ONE Tail-Nr. 53-3240, c/n 44611 in colors as preserved. In presidential service from 1961 to 1966, since 1978 loaned by U. S. Air Force Museum to Pima Air & Space Museum. Was actually designated the official presidential aircraft in the early years of the Kennedy administration and remained part of the presidential fleet during the Kennedy-Johnson administration, even though the White House had acquired a Boeing VC-137. The essential "Air Force One" for all FS2004 propliner fans. A repaint of Tom Gibson's and Greg Pepper's great DC-6B by Hans Hermann, Virtual Birds Factory. 2.5MB