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A CFS2 conversion of A.F. Scrubs Curtiss Hawk 75-N ( Actually it would be a 75-M in Chinese service). Included is a skin ( an alteration of the original skin) representing an aircraft of the 25th Pursuit Group, 5th Fighter Group in China 1939-39. Many thanks to A.F. for making this fine model & allowing the upload of the conversion. Have fun, Oldwheat
Posted Aug 26, 2010 17:20 by L.M. Brown
4.18Mb (735 downloads)
Yes, it's a canard fighter! The very first one to be built. It was among the most innovative warplanes of its time. Of all-metal construction and powered by a 960hp liquid-cooled Isotta-Fraschini Asso XI R.C.40 engine driving a threebladed variable-pitch pusher propeller, the S.S.4 had a proposed armament of one 30mm and twin 20mm cannon.
Posted Jun 7, 2010 07:11 by Pepe Rezende
0.79Mb (622 downloads)
This download requires the Alpha_TR P-51D aircraft available here: http://www.simviation.com/simviation/index.php?type=item&ID=301&page=21 This R McGee(BUB)skin represents the aircraft flown by Major Murrit Davis, of the 18th FBG, 39th FBS, Korea. Pilot and plane lost in action flying CAS.
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Posted Jun 5, 2010 02:37 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
6.52Mb (664 downloads)
The Douglas XB-19 was the largest airplane in the world when it first flew in 1941. It was intended to carry a 36,000-pound bomb load for 2,000 miles.The purpose of the XB-19 project was to test the flight characteristics and design techniques associated with giant bombers. Despite advances in technology that made the XB-19 obsolete before it was even completed, the Army Air Corps felt that the prototype would be useful for testing. After completion of testing, the XB-19 served as a cargo carrier until it was scrapped in 1949.
Posted Jun 4, 2010 13:59 by Pepe Rezende
5.06Mb (1959 downloads)
This is a new version of the recently released AlphaSim P-51D dressed for Korean War action. She incorporates the QC/Missions Bug fix, has a new skin from Bub, Bob McGee, representing 'Triple Zero' of the 67 FBS/18 FBG. The panel has an added Window (SHIFT+5) for the Korean GPS gauge...in addition to an already complete Nav panel. It is mousable and contains all of the pertinent fields in Korea....from McClelland's Far East Scenery (Fox Four Korea). The weapons, panel and gauges are included.
Posted Jun 4, 2010 00:35 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
12.78Mb (772 downloads)
The VG 39 commenced its flight test program on 3 May 1940, unfortunately too late to change the flow of the events. The prototype differed from the VG 33 primarily in having a 1200hp Hispano-Suiza Type 89ter 12-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with an elongated propeller shaft, a revised wing structure which retained the profile and contours of the earlier wing, and a wing-mounted armament of six 7.5mm MAC 1934 M39 machine guns. Converted by Pepe Rezende
Posted May 30, 2010 22:57 by Pepe Rezende