Lockheed A-12 Black Bird. The Lockheed A-12 was designed
in the late 1950s for the CIA as a follow-on to the U-2 under
a programme codename "Oxcart". The aircraft first flew from
Groom Lake on 26 Apr 62 piloted by Lou Schalk. The aircraft
was designed to directly overfly a target, as opposed to 'standing-off'
a target and taking oblique photographs. A variety of different
cameras could be carried in the 'Q' bay immediately behind the
pilot. A variety of ECM packages were carried in the chine bays.
The A-12 remains the fastest, highest flying plane ever built
and achieved a speed of Mach 3.35 and a height of 95,000ft.
by Kazunori Ito. 1.2MB
FMA IA-63 Pampa.
The FMA IA 63 Pampa is an advanced trainer aircraft with combat
capability, produced in Argentina by FMA with assistance from
Dornier of Germany. Heavily influenced by the Dassault-Breguet/Dornier
Alpha Jet design, the main difference of the Pampa lies in being
a smaller aircraft with one engine instead of two, and in having
straight wings instead of swept wings. The Pampa prototype first
flew on October 6, 1984. Production has been delayed and hampered
by the state of the Argentinian economy, and as a result only
20 production aircraft have been built for the Argentinian Air
Force. Three kinds of models(Clean / with Pylon / with Weapon
set) and two kinds of paint exsmples(Camouflage / ProtoType)
are included. by Kazunori Ito. 3.1MB
Boeing B-52M StratoFortress.
This a "what if" version of the B-52 that speculates what it
might look like if the Air Force continues to upgrade and enhance
the mighty "BUFF". This aircraft is built for FS2004. The aircraft
may work in FS2002, but I do not support it. Use Shift-E to
open the crew hatch. Use Shift-E 2 to open the bomb bay. Mike
Sepecat Jaguar GR1 Set 1.
Produced to meet a joint Anglo-French requirement in 1965 for
a dual-role advanced/operational trainer and tactical support
aircraft. The RAF variant entered service in 1973 and has since
been transformed into a highly potent fighter-bomber, having
participated extensively in the First Gulf War, subsequently
being involved in many operations in the Balkans and most recently
the Second Gulf War.The RAF's Jaguar fleet has recently undergone
a major upgrade programme and been designated as the Jaguar
GR3. The RAF has 4 Jaguar squadrons. Nos 6, 41, 54 and 16(R),
all based at RAF Coltishall. ALPHA Simulations. 9.2MB
Sepecat Jaguar GR1 Set 2 Produced
to meet a joint Anglo-French requirement in 1965 for a dual-role
advanced/operational trainer and tactical support aircraft.
The Jaguar has been sold overseas to Nigeria, Ecuador, India
and Oman. ALPHA Simulations. 11.1MB
Lockheed YF-12 Black Bird.
This was an experimental fighter-interceptor version of the
Lockheed A-12 reconnaissance aircraft. In Air Force flight tests
on May 1, 1965, the YF-12 set a speed record of 2,070.101 mph
and an altitude record of 80,257.65 feet. First publicly displayed
at Edwards Air Force Base in 1964, the YF-12 was never adopted
by the military as an operational aircraft. It was, however,
a precursor to the SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance plane.by Kazunori
First flight 18th November 1965. One of two dual-control pilot
trainers. In 1997 was still on loan to NASAat the Ames Research
Centre, Dryden, Edwards AFB and was used to train both NASA
and USAF crews. Reserialled NASA 831. Has since been retired
and placed in a museum. Crew canopies and crew arms : shift-E
Braking parachute : spoiler (/) key. The chute will only be
visible if the mainwheels are on the ground. Inlet Spikes :
these move on the flaps key and will enable higher speeds to
be achieved at high altitudes. Jetpipe Nozzles : these flare
in and out automatically on the throttle function. 3) FLIGHT
MODEL - High Mach numbers are achieveable at high altitudes
but we do recommend having the aircraft controlled by the autopilot
as manual control is quite difficult at these speeds. Requires
panel (many available at simviation) By Alphasim. 2.4MB
High Mach numbers are achieveable at high altitudes but we do
recommend having the aircraft controlled by the autopilot as
manual control is quite difficult at these speeds. Braking parachute
: spoiler (/) key. The chute will only be visible if the mainwheels
are on the ground.Requires panel (many available on this site)
By Alphasim. 2.5MB
F-14D REV 3 Package.
Flight Dynamics & Sound (V 10-07), and Custom Panel Flight dynamics,
FDE rework by Ivan Kostic derived from the original FDE by JJ
Schumacher, with permission. Aircraft perfectly controllable
& maneuverable within the whole original Tomcat's flight envelope.
Rework of Scott Printz's HUD_Hornet.XML for HUD development
for the F14D & aircraft.cfg original by Ivan Kostic. Aircraft.cfg
rework by Steve Hinson, RCBCO-20 by Rob Barendregt, Doug Dawson
and Nick Needham. F14_Effect_Controller.XML by Rob Barendregt.
F16 Radar by Eric Marciano. RIO ".bmp" base layer by Randy Shumache.
One copy given to me for my use for helping ProsoftSimulation
(no longer a going concern) with their Ultimate Tomcat V3. No
email for Randy. Tried for two months to reach him, could not.
Authorization for my ownership of any rework on this .bmp approved
on 7/3/6 by Randy Shumache. Email on file. Rework of the Main/RIO
panels, gauge layout rework for accuracy, VC upgrade, & VF-142
"Ghostriders". Textures by many great artists. Custom texture
of "Elijah Marie" by Ardie Tingleman. Glenn Copeland, Eugene
Heyart gauges (C). GMAX model by Jeff Dobbings, Dino Cattaneo.
Read ALL DOCUMENTS! LEGAL: this works on XP-SP2. Not tested
on any old PC's, No problems. No damage should occur with this
setup. I am not resposible for improper installs or any damage
from this file. FREEWARE, not be bundled without Ivan or my
OK! DO NOT SELL to anyone. Randy Shumache's RIO bitmap, 7/3
2006 (C). Rework by Steve Hinson (C)10/6/06 Steve Hinson Ivan
"Kole" Kostic. 76MB