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Repaint- Albatros DV Osterkamp Skin for Aerocrate's Albatros DV By John Fortin(AKA Polar_Lion) The repaint is of Theo Osterkamps Albatros D V of 1917. As there are no pictures, this is a fictional texture based on two descriptions of his aircraft. "Albatros D.V from July 1917 had mauve /green wings and horizontal stab. The fuselage natural wood stippled with mauve/green. Two black fuselage bands with thin white edges. Yellow spinner and forward cowling. Black(?) wheel centres and the serial number D.2130/17 with a small 24 above serial number." "Theo Osterkamp painted a Maltese cross and two black strips on his D.V D.2130/17 which then looked like a wasp." Original Aircraft: Gary Aumaugher and Model by David Eckert This download requires the Aerocrate's Albatros D.V aircraft available here: http://www.aerocrate.com/documents/Alb_DV.zip
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:29 by John P Fortin
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Repaint- Albatros DV Udet Skin for Aerocrate's Albatros DV By John Fortin(AKA Polar_Lion) The repaint is of Ernst Udet's Albatros D V of his Jasta 37 bird in September of 1917. This maybe the plane in which he had his duel with Georges Guynemer. Original Aircraft: Gary Aumaugher and Model by David Eckert This download requires the Aerocrate's Albatros D.V aircraft available here: http://www.aerocrate.com/documents/Alb_DV.zip
Posted Aug 26, 2012 14:17 by John P Fortin
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The CRDA Cant Z 1014 was the winning bidder for the Italian Long Range Bomber contest. Five prototypes were to be built, but for financial reasons, the production never came its way. The project was taken over by Piaggio, which had classified second with the offering of its P 108 at a cost of 50% less than those of the Cant Z 1014. It’s important to remark that the final P.108 production cost was exactly the same as the proposed for the CANT Z.1014.
Posted Jul 11, 2012 10:54 by Pepe Rezende
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An extremely unorthodox design, the all-metal MB.902 mounted two 1475 h.p. FIAT R.A.I050 R.C.58 Tifone (license-built DB 605A) twelve-cylinder vee engines buried in the fuselage and driving twin contra-rotating airscrews in the wings by extension shafts.
Posted May 27, 2012 02:37 by Pepe Rezende
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The SM-93 was an all-wood single-engined low-wing dive bomber with retractable undercarriage. The fuselage had a monocoque structure, with a single fin and low-set tailplane. The crew of two were accommodated under a long greenhouse-style canopy, with the pilot lying in a prone position above the rear of the engine, a Daimler-Benz DB 605A liquid-cooled V12 engine, while the and the gunner/radio-operator sat facing rearwards on a conventional seat. One German and two Italian what if finishings. Model by F Guili.
Posted May 6, 2012 10:41 by Pepe Rezende
46.64Mb (608 downloads)
This package fix some CTD problems and smaller glitches found in the first version. I add two new 2D panels representative of standard and long range combat planes and a new Hungarian night attack version used in 1944. I strongly recommend to delete early package planes. It uses same weapons but the Egeo long range panel have more gauges and is used by Egeos and night fighters versions.
Posted May 1, 2012 20:01 by Pepe Rezende
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Production of a large batch of Cygnets began in 1939 but only 10 were built and delivered (1939–1941) due to the start of the Second World War. Five aircraft were impressed into service with the Royal Air Force as tricycle-undercarriage trainers for aircrews slated to man the American-made Douglas Boston. Another two were used by the government for various liaison duties but retained their civilian markings.
Posted Apr 24, 2012 18:07 by Pepe Rezende
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The G.A.L.38 Fleet Shadower Shadower was produced to meet Specification S.23/37, which came from the Royal Navy's "Operational Requirement OR.52" for an aircraft that could shadow enemy fleets at night. The specified performance of a successful design was a speed of 38 knots at 1,500 feet for not less than six hours.
Posted Apr 23, 2012 23:49 by Pepe Rezende