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The Piaggio P.119 was a cantilever monoplane, constructed completely of metal, with a conventional wide undercarriage. It had a forward-mounted cockpit, with the weapons mounted just behind the three-blade propeller. Air intakes for cooling were fitted under the nose. It had advanced construction for the time, with many removable panels for internal inspection. The number of components were reduced to a minimum, and also standardized, to make construction as easy as possible. No other Italian aircraft was so advanced in these details.
Posted May 21, 2011 16:34 by Pepe Rezende
4.55Mb (1997 downloads)
Based On Tango Romeo's B-25C Dragon,these are complete aircraft with an upgraded Airfile, Aircraft.cfg which allows the AI's to complete low level attack missions, DP, Advanced Payloads for Skip-Bombing (Components included), Parafrags + WP, Main Panel with Bomb Bay Warning Light and Full Weapons Counters, Double "High/Low" Aim Point Rear Sight Panel. By Pen32Win
Posted May 3, 2011 18:27 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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New airfile, a lot more nervous and sensitive, with long range. You can fly from Dover to London and remain a lot more on station. Tricky landing characteristics because you have a very high wing load. Two Hungarian textures.
Posted May 2, 2011 08:56 by
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New airfile, a lot more nervous and sensitive, with long range. You can fly from Dover to London and remain a lot more on station. Tricky landing characteristics because you have a very high wing load. Two Luftwaffe textures.
Posted May 2, 2011 05:56 by Pepe Rezende
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The Fiat G.56 was basically a Fiat G.55 with a German Daimler-Benz DB 603 engine. Two G.56 prototypes were built, flight tests starting in March 1944. On 30 March, Commander Valentino Cus reached speeds of 690/700 km/h (430/440 mph). Official maximum speed was 685 km/h (426 mph) and the aircraft was armed with three 20 mm MG 151/20s, one firing through the propeller hub, the other two installed in the wings.
Posted Apr 27, 2011 22:21 by Pepe Rezende