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F Giulli Ki64 Rob V2
8.62Mb (398 downloads)
F Giulli Ki64 Rob V2. New airfile with better performance. It's a complete plane that replaces former version. Kawasaki Chief Designer, Takeo Doi, had a design of his own for a high-speed fighter. His concept incorporated a number of novel features which were perceived as rather unorthodox in comparison to other more conventional types. First;it had two Kawasaki Ha-40 engines in tandem; one in the aircraft nose, theother behind the cockpit, both being connected by a drive shaft. This combination (called the Kawasaki Ha-201) drove two, three-bladed,contra-rotating propellers. The second feature was the use of the wing surface as a radiator for the water-cooled engines.
Posted Mar 21, 2014 06:20 by Pepe Rezende
FOX FOUR Korea Aircraft update
FOX FOUR Korea Aircraft update
16.08Mb (401 downloads)
Player aircraft update for Fox Four Korea This update package will give the Fox-Four player aircraft new enhanced skins and a realistic 2D- panel look for widescreen monitors.
Posted Feb 21, 2014 14:48 by Morton
F Giulli Early Baltimores
F Giulli Early Baltimores
18.74Mb (362 downloads)
Original FS9 Model, textures and aircraft files by F. Giuli with FSDS V.3. Panel by Carlos Echevarria (a.k.a. Gaucho_59). Model conversion, CFS2 airfile, aircraft.cfg and DP by Peperez (Pepe Rezende). Texture templates by Morten Krogstad (a.k.a. Morton).
Posted Jan 29, 2014 03:02 by Pepe Rezende
World War I Bombs
World War I Bombs
0.59Mb (246 downloads)
CFS2 Weapons Pack- World War I Bombs. By John P Fortin aka Polar_lion Here are 21 new bombs for use in your World War I installs. These are as accurate as I could make them in both scale and appearance. ***WWI bombs list: ---German--- PuW 50kg bomb and carrier/pylon PuW 100kg bomb and carrier/pylon PuW 500kg bomb - For the Large German Bombers 10kg Carbonit bomb - Early aircraft bomb till 1916, Zeppelin Bomb 50kg Carbonit bomb - Zeppelin Bomb 100kg Carbonit bomb - Zeppelin Bomb 300kg Carbonit bomb - Zeppelin Bomb ---French--- 75mm Obus shell bomb with long striker and carrier/pylon - Early aircraft bomb till mid 1917 90mm Obus shell bomb and carrier/pylon - Early aircraft bomb till mid 1917 90mm Gros-Andreau bomb with multiple carriers - Used by the AEF, known as the MKIII 90mm Gros-Andreau bomb Vertical Drop - For the SPAD XIII 115mm Michelin Bomb and carrier/pylon 120mm Gros-Andreau bomb - Used mainly in 1917 due to shortage of 155mm shells 120mm Gros-Andreau bomb Vertical Drop - For the SPAD XIII 155mm Gros-Andreau bomb and carrier/pylon - Used by the AEF as well ---British--- 50 lb Cooper bomb and carrier/pylon - For the Tondern Raid, Used by the RN 65 lb Royal Lab bomb and carrier/pylon - Smaller version of the RL 112 lb, used around 1917 to early 1918 mostly experimental. 112 lb Royal Lab bomb and carrier/pylon - A re-sized version of Aerocrates Rl 112 lb. True to scale 230 lb RFC bomb and carrier/pylon - Anti Sub and heavy structure 520 lb Royal Lab Bomb and carrier/pylon - Anti Sub bomb used by the Felixtowe F2 1650lb SN bomb - Largest allied bomb of WWI, used by the HP 0/400. I have tried to be as historicly accurate as possible but 100 year old information is hard to come by. Even with the vast amounts avalable online it was a challange. Still I hope you enjoy.
Posted Jan 15, 2014 18:26 by John P Fortin
GSL Ports - Europe
0.32Mb (473 downloads)
This is my updated GSL scenery package for Europe, which provides GSL ports in a total of thirty-seven locations. The countries include Iceland, Norway, Scotland, England, France, Germany, Belgium, and Hollsnd. "Rami"
Posted Jan 2, 2014 18:56 by Andrew Talbot
GSL Ports - Mediterranean
0.23Mb (393 downloads)
This is an updated scenery package for the Mediterranean, providing destroyable ports and scenery at seventeen locations. This includes Libya, Greece, Italy, Albania, Algeria, Egypt, and Sicily. Enjoy!
Posted Jan 2, 2014 18:46 by Andrew Talbot
Germany - Peenemunde
0.48Mb (236 downloads)
This scenery package represents the German research facility located at Peenemünde, Germany. This was a primary German Army research facility, and an important component of the German rocket program, which included construction of both V1 and V2 rockets. It became a priority for both British and American heavy bombers, beginning in 1943. The Germans initially believed that its distance from Britain would render it safe from Allied bombing raids, but this proved not to be the case. Warning: Some of the GSL scenery may be a bit hard on frame rates, but this was tested on my lower-end rig, and the frame rates were acceptable.
Posted Jan 2, 2014 18:41 by Andrew Talbot
Operation Sealion
5.64Mb (557 downloads)
This is an updated package for Operation Sealion, which contains a total of 112 missions in six campaigns. The changes to this package include de-bugged missions, as well as simplified instructions for a couple of the primary aircraft used in the campaigns.
Posted Jan 1, 2014 16:37 by Andrew Talbot
Battle of Britain - RAF
8.02Mb (910 downloads)
This is my Battle of Britain megapack, containing seven campaigns and a total of 110 missions. The installation procedure has been modified slightly, removing some complicated instructions for the primary aircraft, and four new missions have been added to one of the campaigns which was not in the original package. Enjoy!
Posted Jan 1, 2014 16:03 by Andrew Talbot
The Tuskegee Airmen
6.52Mb (283 downloads)
This is the full 106-mission campaign about the black pilots of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group, known as the Tuskegee Airmen. This set of missions start in North Africa in 1943 beginning with their arrival at Casablanca, Morocco, and ending after just over two full years of combat with the Tuskegee Airmen flying over the remains of the Third Reich and Festung Europa. The missions are as close to historically accurate as I could make them. The majority of the background information was taken from the outstanding book: "Black Knights, The Story of the Tuskegee Airmen" by Lynn M. Homan and Thomas Reilly. I have had to omit some of the actual missions conducted by the Tuskegee Airmen just for brevity sake. I have also taken some creative liberty where limitations of CFS2 would not allow for total accuracy of mission building. For this, I apologize to the original Tuskegee Airmen and the authors of the book. ENJOY! L Lesher 2012
Posted Jan 1, 2014 15:57 by Lee Lesher
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