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The Caproni-Vizzola F.5 was an Italian fighter aircraft built by Caproni. It was a single-seat low-wing cantilever monoplane with retractable landing gear. 14 pre-production F.5s were ordered. No production models were built but the completed F.5s were used operationally as night and day fighters in defense of Rome. Credits: Model by William Dickens Airfile by Pedro Paulo Rezende Damage Profile and Panel by Pedro Paulo Rezende Paint Scheme by L.M. Brown Prop Textures by Kelticheart Engine from Dave Eckert Source
Posted Jan 29, 2010 14:14 by William Dickens
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The Bloch MB-151 was the first production version of the MB-150 single seat fighter aircraft ordered by the French air force in 1938. Production was halted in favor of the more powerful MB-152 version after 140 MB-151s had been delivered to the French Air Force. 25 MB-151s were also ordered by the Greek Airforce. Of these, only 9 had been delivered before hostilities commenced. The model here is painted in Greek Air Force colors. Credits: Model by William Dickens Airfile by Pedro Paulo Rezende and AirWrench applied by W. Dickens Damage Profile by Pedro Paulo Rezende Paint Scheme by L.M. Brown Prop Textures by Kelticheart Engine from Dave Eckert Source
Posted Jan 29, 2010 13:36 by William Dickens
4.27Mb (1173 downloads)
This is the correct upload file for the aircraft I sent yesterday. That file only contained one aircraft with the wrong skin. That skin was done by Morton and was originally for an aircraft by K. Ito. Sorry about any inconvenience. W. Dickens
Posted Jan 27, 2010 17:36 by William Dickens
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These are the gauges for Mike Eustace's panel used in all of the TR Skyraiders, AD-2, AD-6 and A-1H. The GPS gauge included is for Korea. A modified gauge that includes Korea and Viet Nam airfields is available here at SimV.
Posted Jan 27, 2010 16:53 by Tom Sanford
2.27Mb (820 downloads)
The Bloch 152 C1 was one of the standard Armee de l'Air fighters during the Battle of France in May-June 1940. This CFS2 Model was built expressly for CFS2 with breaking parts and Multi-LODs for Frame rate purposes. Originally built as an AI aircraft, a pretty fair VC and animations like cowl flaps, shock absorber effect and retracting canopy were later added to make a player flyable version. Both version are included in the download. The model itself was actually started in 2007 and has sat around since then . . . Credits: Model by William Dickens Airfile by Pedro Paulo Rezende and AirWrench applied by W. Dickens Damage Profile by Pedro Paulo Rezende Paint Scheme by L.M. Brown Prop Textures by Kelticheart Engine from Dave Eckert Source
Posted Jan 26, 2010 13:01 by William Dickens
1.89Mb (946 downloads)
Upgrade 3 (Final) MDL Files for TR_AD-2, TR_AD-6 and TR_A-1H These three MDL files represent the final evolution of my three Skyraiders. All known texture issues have been addressed. Simply drop these into the respective Model folders of your three Skyraiders allowing them to overwrite the previous file.
Posted Jan 25, 2010 22:38 by Tom Sanford
1.26Mb (584 downloads)
(Requires the aircraft downloads for AD-6 and A-1H on pages 12 & 13 above.) In the first set of MDL file upgrades for my Skyraiders, we were able to fix a texture anamoly in the fuselage of all three aircraft (AD-2, AD-6 and A-1H). HOWEVER, the new AD-6 and A-1H MDLs (for reasons unknown) developed a problem with the horizontal stab textures. ONLY the TR_AD-6 and TR_A-1H MDLs are effected. This download contains new TR_AD-6 and TR_A-1H MDL files that correct the stab texture problem, as well as the fuselage issue. Simply drop these files into the MODEL folders of the respective aircraft, allowing them to overwrite the earliet file. You're done. My regrets for the inconvenience, but the road to improvement is filled with potholes.
Posted Jan 25, 2010 19:36 by Tom Sanford
1.88Mb (840 downloads)
This download contains newly-upgraded MDL files for all three of TR's Skyraiders (requires original Skyraider downloads on pages 12 & 13 above). The new MDL files eliminate the polygon/texture conflict on the fuselage just aft of the cockpit, and minimize (could not totally eliminate) the seam visibility in that area.
Posted Jan 24, 2010 16:20 by Tom Sanford
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These DPs can be used as straight-forward replacements in the respective Skyraiders (TR_AD-2, TR_AD-6, TR_A-1H) and will add the new MK_XIII_Torp to the Anti-Shipping payload. The MK_XIII_Torp is required from a separate download here at SimV. Though the MK 13 torpedo had many faults early on in WWII, by 1944's raid on Truk it had become a deadly weapon. And in a little-known episode of the Korean War, Navy AD-2s successfully attacked the Han River Dam using MK 13 torpedoes after all other weapons had failed.
Posted Jan 17, 2010 23:07 by Tom Sanford
2.66Mb (795 downloads)
Grushin MAI3 for CFS2 by: W. Dickens, Peperez, Kelticheart et al. Born in 1906, Grushin worked on various aircraft at MAI. In 1935 he began scheming a tandem-wing aircraft, thinking this could form the basis of an attack aircraft with a rear gun turret. The single example of the Sh-Tandem (Shturmovik-Tandem) was constructed in the Institute's production training school. It was exhaustively tested by P M Stefanovskii from 5th December 1937. The key feature of this aircraft was that it had a main wing and a rear wing with 45 per cent as much area. Credits: Model by William Dickens Airfile by Peperez dp by Peperez and William Dickens Prop Textures by Kelticheart Textures by W. Dickens Engine from Dave Eckert Source
Posted Jan 5, 2010 12:17 by William Dickens (bismarck13)