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CFS2
            Kawasaki Ki-32.
2.36Mb (950 downloads)
CFS2 Kawasaki Ki-32. Kawasaki Ki-32 type 98 Light Bomber. Allied code named Mary. The Ki-32 was the one first monoplane light bombers for Japanese Imperial Army Air Force. Entered service in 1938. Model file, airfile, DP, and textures by Thicko Panel by DP edited by sandydog. Alternate skin by Oldwheat. 2.4MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:31 by archive
 
CFS2  Fokker C-X Package
16.76Mb (2137 downloads)
CFS2 Fokker C-X A recon/lightbomber.biplane as used by the dutch LVA, i.e. Aircraft section of the Dutch Army in the pre-war years. First flown in 1936, till the may day's of 1940, Where they fought a fierce battle against the German intruders. In Dutch markings as from Sept 1939. With VC and the usuall moving parts. Textures by Huub Vink & Wim Regeer. CFS2 dp and cfg file adaption by Pedro Rezende, Hispano- Suiza 12Y sound by Steve Buchanan. Aircraft design by Wim Regeer.
Posted Jun 8, 2008 14:06 by John Paul
 
CFS2
            Potez Po633 Light Bomber
3.20Mb (1298 downloads)
CFS2 Potez Po633 Light Bomber. The Po633 was a Light Bomber version of the Potez 63 series. The type saw only limited use by the French before the Armistice. The Po633 was also used by Greece and Romania. Credits: The model, dp and textures are by William Dickens The airfile is by Peperez The airfile and DP are by Pedro Paulo Rezende The panel .bmp is by Phil Perrot (from the Alphasim Collection) Propeller Textures masterfully done by Kelticheart. 3.2MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
FS2004/CFS2
            Bristol Bombay.
1.39Mb (2291 downloads)
FS2004/CFS2 Bristol Bombay. The Bombay was built to the Air Ministry Specification C.26/31 for a monoplane aircraft which could carry bombs or 24 troops. Despite the all-metal construction, the Bombay retained some features which were outdated at the time, such as its fixed undercarriage. Outclassed for the European theatre, it saw service in the Middle East, replacing the Vickers Valentia. Credits: The model, dp and textures are by William Dickens The airfile is by Peperez 2D Panel .bmp is from a Freeware B-25 Panel by Steve Baugh Propeller Textures masterfully done by Kelticheart. 1.4MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            SIAI Marchetti SM.84
1.27Mb (1615 downloads)
CFS2 SIAI Marchetti SM.84. In 1940, the Regia Aeronautica received a new addition to its bomber force, the SM.84, that was designed to replace the SM.79, but which never succeeded in equaling the performance of its illustrious predecessor. This was principally due to its lack of maneuverability, making it anything but ideal in the role of torpedo-bomber, and due to the general lack of reliability of its Piaggio P.XI engines. The model is made by William Dickens The airfile and dp are by Pedro Paulo Rezende (Peperez) The panel .bmp is by Phil Perrot (from the Alphasim Collection). 1.3MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            CANT Z.1018 "Leone" (updated version)
2.29Mb (1686 downloads)
CFS2 CANT Z.1018 "Leone" (updated version). Arguably the finest bomber produced in Italy during World War II and fully a match for any medium bomber produced by Germany or the Allies, the Leone (lion) appeared too late to influence Italy's fate in the war and was therefore built only in very modest numbers. Credits: The model is by William Dickens The airfile and dp are by Pedro Paulo Rezende The Textures are by William Dickens Panel.bmp by Phil Perrot (from Alphasim collection) Crew Figure, engines: Dave Eckert. 2.3MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            Blackburn B.26 Botha
1.49Mb (1144 downloads)
CFS2 Blackburn B.26 Botha. The Botha was a British Reconaissance/Torpedo Plane that entered servive in May 1940. Severely underpowered, the Botha proved unsuitable for its designed role and therefore only has a 5 month operational career. It survived as a trainer until 1944. The Botha is often listed as one of the worst aircraft of all time. Credits: The model, dp and textures are by William Dickens The Flight airfile is by Peperez The Textures are freeware collected or made by W. Dickens. 2D Panel is a Freeware A-26 Panel by Paolo Kromberg Propeller Textures masterfully done by Kelticheart. 1.5MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            Consolidated B-32 Dominator.
2.04Mb (1281 downloads)
CFS2 Consolidated B-32 Dominator. A heavy bomber made for United States Army Air Forces during the Second World War, and has the distinction of being the last Allied aircraft to be engaged in combat during WWII. Developed in parallel with the B-29 Superfortress as a fallback design should the Superfortress prove unsuccessful, it only reached units in the Pacific during the summer of 1945, and thus saw only a very few combat operations against Japanese targets before the atomic bombs used on Hiroshima and Nagasaki ended the war. The model is by William Dickens The Flight airfile and dp are by Peperez The Textures are freeware collected or made by W. Dickens. Panel is converted from FS9 C130 panel with no listed author. 2.1MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004
            Breguet Bre.695.
5.94Mb (2152 downloads)
CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 Breguet Bre.695. Slight model changes to nose to give the breguet a more bird like nose and engine change FSDSv2.x Model, air file, Aircaft.config, Panel, Textures., Scenedb and Object_dp, by Jim Jacobson This is just a minor change to my Breguet 693. 6.1MB
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive
 
CFS2
            PV-2 Harpoon USN
0.69Mb (783 downloads)
CFS2 PV-2 Harpoon USN. A development of the PV-1 Ventura, the PV-2 Harpoon featured greater wing span, and the ability to carry a 4000 lb bomb load. Entering service in 1944 the Harpoon, 535 were produced and served as effective sub hunters. Some PV-2 Harpoons remained in service with allied countires as late as 1970. Original by Alphasim. 705K
Posted Sep 19, 2007 08:52 by archive