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FW190A-8 Afrika and Europa Update
FW190A-8 Afrika and Europa Update
15.07Mb (51 downloads)
I made the virtual cockpit a lot more viewer friendly. You can see the kills better and make carrier landings easier. Also I learned the A's could carry (2) 300 Liter drop tanks.
Posted Sep 11, 2021 10:59 by Vincent Farnham
 
Bf109F-4'42
Bf109F-4'42
10.41Mb (37 downloads)
Eberhard Von Boremski F-4. 523 KPH @ Sea Level/1.33ata 2500 RPM. 3700 FPM Climb Rate. 295 HP GM-1 Nitrous. DB601E was fully rated July 1942.
Posted Sep 11, 2021 10:39 by Vincent Farnham
 
Macchi M.5
7.58Mb (44 downloads)
Macchi M.5 The Macchi M.5 was an Italian Aviazione per la Regia Mara (Italian Navy Aviation) floatplane fighter. It was one of the best floatplane fighters of WWI with performance matching the best of contemporary land-based fighters. It was operated by five Italian maritime patrol squadrons beginning in the summer of 1917 as a convoy escort and fighter. In 1918 it was also flown by Italy based US Navy and Marines pilots. Macchi delivered 200 and the Societa Aeronautica Italiana built another 44. It continued in Italian service into the mid 1920's. Engine: Issota Fraschini V4B, 160 hp, Wingspan: 39.0ft, Length: 26.5ft, Max Weight: 2182lb (empty:1719), Speed: 117mph, Range: 273mi, Ceiling: 20,300ft m, Armament: 2 × 6.50mm FIAT Rivelli machine guns, Endurance: 3.6hr --- The model, textures. panel and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. Gauges are by Martin Klein Bastian Hundt, and Horst Weingärtner with texture change outs by Captain Kurt
Posted Sep 5, 2021 09:45 by Captain Kurt
 
CFS2 Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8
3.59Mb (37 downloads)
The Armstrong Whitworth F.K.8 was a World War One British 2 seat reconnaissance / bomber. It was designed by the Dutch designer Frederick Koolhoven working for Armstrong Whitworth. It was ordered for the replacement of the RAF BE.2c and Armstrong Whitworth’s earlier F.K.3. It first flew in 1916 and reached squadron service in France in January 1917. During production it underwent several design changes to cowling, radiators and landing gear. It was popular with its crews, being sturdy and dependable, and it was nicknamed the Big Ack. It had multiple roles; bombing, ground attack, reconnaissance, and artillery spotting. Although some 1700 were produced and despite its popularity with its aircrews, it was overshadowed by the RE.8 and today is one of the lesser known WW1 British two seaters. It was flown by 5 Western Front Squadrons (2, 8, 10 35, and 82) and also served in the Middle East and Home Defense duties in Britain. -- The model, textures, panel, and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. British 25 lb Cooper bombs are from the 'Aerocrate Misc. Uires and more.zip' by Gary Aumaugher http://www.sim-outhouse.com/freeflight/Areo_Misc.zip Gauges are by Martin Klein, and Microsoft. Bomb sight by Gary Aumaugher
Posted Aug 8, 2021 11:31 by Captain Kurt
 
Albatros D.III (OEF)
5.43Mb (35 downloads)
From the time of its introduction in early 1917, the Oeffag built Albatros D.III in its various versions was the most successful fighter of the Austro-Hungarian Luftfahrtruppe. Obtaining a license from Albatros in 1916, Oeffag engineers developed a much stronger wing and airframe which could take increasing engine power with little modification. The original series differed little visually from the German D.III, but later series with different engines of increasing power, the nose underwent various designs. This model represents the 153 series with the rounded nose and no spinner to accommodate the high compression 200 HP Daimler engine. --- The model, textures, and panel are by Captain Kurt. The airfiles are modified from Gary Aumagher's Albatros D.III. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. Gauges are by Martin Klein, Bastian Hundt, and Horst Weingärtner.
Posted Jul 24, 2021 01:19 by Captain Kurt
 
AW ME-262-6
AW ME-262-6
10.32Mb (84 downloads)
AW ME-262-6 v 1.1 July 2021 Visual model: acwai (two versions are included). Texture: modified by me by using texture files from a Me-262 painted by Wotan. I also used some of the art work by Phanis and Kurt Schwabauer. Additional paint schemes are available at sim-outhouse. Damage profiles: acwai (pylons and rockets by UncleTgt). Airfile by: acwai, it was modified from a 1% airfile by Jerry Beckwith. Sound files: not provided, please use the CFS3 Me-262 sound files. DISCLAIMER: Use this program at you own risks, the author is not responsible for any damages done to your computer. This is a copyrighted freeware program. FREE DISTRIBUTION ONLY. You may upload or post this unmodified aircraft to any web sites. This program could not be posted where a fee of any kind is required. This includes disk distribution or any other kind of fees. It could not be included in a commercial package. Have fun! Andrew
Posted Jul 22, 2021 14:24 by Andrew
 
Halberstadt Cl.II
4.25Mb (45 downloads)
Halberstadt Cl.II The Halberstadt Cl.II was a highly successful escort fighter and infantry support aircraft. In November 1916, Halberstadt began development of prototypes built to Idflieg’s new lightweight C class specifications. (C= armed two seat and the lower case l meant lightweight). Following successful flight testing in May 1917, an order for 100 was placed, of an eventual 900 total. Initially the Cl.II had a forward firing Spandau mounted on the port side of the engine. Late production had the Spandau moved to the starboard side mounted above the engine. It could be equipped with a radio and camera but was usually not so equipped. Although it was beginning to be replaced by the even lighter Halberstadt Cl.IV in the middle of 1918, it soldiered on until the Armistice. It also saw post war service with Poland. The model, textures. panel and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. The Hand Weapons models and textures are by Captain Kurt. Kdriver and Martin Klein did the conversions to exploding weapon. Gauges are by Martin Klein (with a couple of texture change outs by Captain Kurt), Bastian Hundt, and Horst Weingärtner.
Posted Jul 5, 2021 12:36 by Captain Kurt
 
Hawker Hurricane MkiiB/C
Hawker Hurricane MkiiB/C
200.74Mb (75 downloads)
This is the Hawker Hurricane "Sir Iain" V 2.0. Improved model, air file, texture, dp file. Gauges, weapons and a tailhook included.
Posted Jun 26, 2021 14:56 by Vincent Farnham
 
Halberstadt Cl.IV
3.93Mb (52 downloads)
Halberstadt Cl.IV The Halberstadt Cl.IV was a further development of the successful Haberstadt Cl.II two seat fighter and infantry support aircraft. Arriving at the front in late June, 1918, too late to have a major impact on the closing stages of the war but it was still arguably the best ground attack aircraft of WWI. Those Schlashta units that received them were very satisfied with them. They were employed in the ground attack role trench strafing, attacking artillery positions and rear areas. The crews often carried extra machine gun drums, hand grenades and small bombs to increase their effectiveness. Some 1200 were ordered and approximately 900 delivered before the end of the war. --- The model, textures. panel and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. The Hand Weapons models and textures are by Captain Kurt. Kdriver and Martin Klein did the conversions to exploding weapon. Gauges are by Martin Klein (with a couple of texture change outs by Captain Kurt), Bastian Hundt, and Horst Weingartner.
Posted Jun 23, 2021 09:28 by Captain Kurt
 
Rumpler C.IV
15.93Mb (65 downloads)
The Rumpler C.IV, along with the DFW C.V and LVG C.V, was one of the more important aircraft of the German Air Service in WWI. The Rumpler C.IV was a two-seat aircraft, designed for reconnaissance, artillery spotting, and occasionally light bombing. It was able to reach ceilings higher than intercepting Allied fighters allowing it to reach far behind Allied lines without losses, but was not very maneuverable. Aileron control forces were heavy and it was slow to respond. Crews were warned not to attempt any turn until reaching full speed and at least 500 meters AGL. Early version suffered from a structurally weak rear fuselage until later versions reinforced it with plywood sheeting. Nevertheless crews appreciated the aircraft because it was relatively invulnerable to interception, had long range and high speed for the time. It was produced with three different engines. The most numerous was the 260hp Daimler-Mercedes D.IVa, which had an unusual installation of a pronounced tilt to the right. Beginning in 1916 through to July 1918, an approximate total of 1150 were ordered from Rumpler, and licensed contractors Bayerisch Rumpler Werke and Pfalz. -- The Rumpler C.IV The model, textures. panel and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart.
Posted Jun 23, 2021 09:22 by Captain Kurt
 
 
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