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The C.205N1 first flew on 1 November 1942, with armament consisting of a 20 mm cannon firing through the propeller hub, and four cowling-mounted 12.7 mm (.5 in) Breda-SAFAT machine guns for which it carried 300-400 and 1,400 rounds of ammunition respectively. The maiden flight of the second prototype, the C.205N2, took place on 19 May 1943. It was equipped with one engine-mounted 20 mm cannon, two wing-mounted 20 mm cannon, and two fuselage-mounted 12.7 mm (.5 in) machine guns.
Posted Apr 15, 2012 06:22 by Pepe Rezende
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Hawker Fury CFS2 Pack Hawker Fury CFS2 British Pack. CFS2 adaptation of Ed Cook's Hawker FuryAll Ed Cook's fine Commonwealth Furies. Two RAF Fury Mk.1, Two Fury Mk.2, one SAAF Fury and one FAA Nimrod
Posted Apr 1, 2012 18:19 by Pepe Rezende
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Caproni team commenced design work on a specialized high-altitude fighter, the CA.183bis. The CA.183bis had a liquid-cooled, 1250-hp DB.605 in the nose, driving contra-rotating six-bladed-bladed contra-rotating propeller. A 700-hp FIAT A.30 V12 engine drove a Campini compressor in a mid-fuselage duct. Scoops in the fuselage sides provided cooling air for the FIAT engine and air mass for the afterburner.
Posted Mar 28, 2012 08:58 by Pepe Rezende
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All Hawker Hart derivatives used operationally at WW2 at Europe, North Africa, Ethiopia and Iraq. Three Audaxes versions, one Hartebeest, an Hind and an Hardy. Model conversion by The B24Guy. Airfile and DP by me.
Posted Mar 24, 2012 21:48 by Pepe Rezende
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Ten aircrafts in the package. I used three Mike Delizee’s textures covering one early Mk.1, one Special Operations Mk 3, one Africa Air Force and one Free French sample. All have the original ReadMe file. The other planes use Alphasim textures.
Posted Mar 14, 2012 22:05 by Pepe Rezende
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The Piaggio P.50 was an Italian heavy bomber aircraft projected by two of the most skilled prewar engineers, Giovanni Pegna and Giovanni Casiraghi. In the P.50, Casiraghi tested features of the only Italian heavy bomber of WW2, the Piaggio P.108. F Giulli
Posted Feb 25, 2012 10:21 by Pepe Rezende
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When the P.23R was impressed by the Regia Aeronautica it gained a new designation as the P.123. During 1942 it was seriously considered as potential "America Bomber" for a single hit run over New York with no return possibility (the crew should be rescued in open sea by Italian ocean going submarine). The declared payload was 4,500 Kg, but for New York bomb run should be less (around 1,000 Kg).
Posted Jan 26, 2012 22:25 by Pepe Rezende