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The LVG C.V, along with the DFW C.V and Rumpler C.IV, was one of the more important aircraft of the German Air Service in WWI. The LVG C.V was a two-seat aircraft, designed for reconnaissance, artillery spotting, and occasionally ground attack. It was sturdy, maneuverable, able to defend itself, and well liked by its crews. By the autumn of 1917 the LVG C.V was coming into widespread use alongside the contemporary DFW two-seater. A total of 1250 were ordered from Luft Verkehrs Gesellschaft (aka "LVG") Many saw postwar use with various nations. The Polish Army utilized some 150 captured examples after the war. Several examples (collectively numbering thirty in all) saw service with Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and the Russian Empire. LVG C.V The model, textures. panel and air files are by Captain Kurt. The pilot figures were developed from Wolfi's freeware Japanese pilot .fsc source file. The prop spinning texture is by Kelticheart. German 12.5 kg PuW bombs are from the 'Aerocrate Misc. Uires and more.zip' by Gary Aumaugher http://www.sim-outhouse.com/freeflight/Areo_Misc.zip Gauges are by Martin Klein, Bastian Hundt, and Horst Weingärtner.
Posted Mar 8, 2021 01:25 by Captain Kurt
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This is an historical campaign, based on the Khalkhin-Gol battles, also known as the Nomonhan Incident between the Soviet Union and the Empire of Japan in Mongolia. The conflict occurred in the border regions of Mongolia and Manchuria from 11 May until 15 September 1939. It began with a border dispute between Mongolia (a USSR ally) and Manchukuo (the name for the Japanese puppet government of occupied Manchuria). Historically, the incident ended in a decisive Soviet victory. Neither side wanted to go to war, and especially the Japanese, once the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany signed their non-aggression pact. That would have meant that Japan would then have to fight the Soviet Union alone, without her Axis allies. Both sides wanted peace This CFS2 campaign packet consists of only the Soviet side of the conflict, with 32 total missions, set up in a 23-mission long campaign, both air to air engagements and air to ground, offensive and defensive. In some cases, the numbers of aircraft are reduced proportionately because of the limitations of the sim. For example, in mission four, over 140 aircraft were involved in a massive dogfight, but I used only 70. My sources rarely gave exact locations for the starting points/bases and target or engagement locations throughout the campaign. Therefore, I used a best guess for these. Also, the CFS2 map is relatively flat and though changes in elevation are noted in Mission Builder, hills, valleys and some rivers do not show well when you fly the rolling steppe terrain. Geographic features are rare and are also, with a few exceptions, a best guess, using the source maps. Enjoy the air "war"!
Posted Nov 12, 2020 22:18 by Gregory Baskin AKA Shadow Wolf 07
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CFS1 patch for Windows 7and up This patch will correct the controls non-recognition problem of recent OS (Vista, 7, 8...). You need a valid CD of the game to apply the patch and play the game. By Guy Gauvreau from an idea of aproblem_asolution.
Posted Nov 4, 2013 03:14 by Guy Gauvreau