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FS2004 AI Philippine Air Force GAF Nomad This is the model and DXT3 texture fix for FS2004 AI Philippine Air Force GAF Nomad This is the model update and DXT3 texture fix for PAFGAFNomad.zip. Just unzip this file in the aircraft folder. This aircraft has has been constructed using Gmax v1.2. The aircraft is constructed with as few polygons as possible and with a single texture file to ensure the absolute minimum impact on your framerates. Special thanks to: Mike Cronin for the base model and Ray Blake original textures Philippine Air Force texture by Gerard G. Olvis
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Posted May 12, 2013 06:11 by Gerard G. Olvis
1.00Mb (833 downloads)
AI Philippine Air Force GAF Nomad 220th Airlift Wing based at Mactan Benito Ebuen Airbase Lapu-lapu City, Mactan, Cebu. This aircraft has has been constructed using Gmax v1.2. The aircraft is constructed with as few polygons as possible and with a single texture file to ensure the absolute minimum impact on your framerates perfect for AI. Copyright Special thanks to: Mike Cronin - model aircraft Ray Blake - original repaint Philippine Air Force texture by Gerard G. Olvis
Posted May 12, 2013 03:10 by Gerard G. Olvis
19.29Mb (5411 downloads)
In August 2001, the Company announced the signing of a contract with the Dominican Republic for 10 Super Tucano aircraft, to be used for pilot training, internal security, border patrol and anti-drug trafficking missions. The order was reduced to eight aircraft in January 2009, for a total amount of U.S. $ 93 million. The first two Super Tucano aircraft were delivered to the Dominican Republic on December 18, 2009. Three were delivered in June 2010 and the remaining three in October 2010. FS2004 Emb 314 Super Tucano Package. An enhanced version of the 312 Tucano, this light attack aircraft was developed to operate in extremally conditions of wheater and minimum ground support in amazonia (Brazilian rain forest) missions. 3D model and FDE By J.E.Narcizo - RanchoJEN. FAD textures by Robert Serrata
Posted Mar 28, 2013 15:52 by Robert Serrata
11.86Mb (2154 downloads)
This is an update for FS9 of the Saab Viggen by Alphasim. I have updated the flight dynamics so it is easier to fly. I have deleted the loaded models of the aircraft because I like clean aircraft without weapons or fuel tanks. This is for FS9 only. See my other update of this aircraft for FSX.
Posted Mar 28, 2013 11:52 by Bob Chicilo
23.57Mb (2504 downloads)
This is an update for FS9 of the Alphasim F-8 Crusader. I have changed the panel view angle so it is easier to see out to fly and land. I changed the GPS, the clock, one angle of attack meter, the airspeed gauge, changed the size of the autopilot, and added a hud. I have also done the usual update of the flight dynamics so the aircraft is easier to fly and, I hope, closer to the real aircraft speed envelope. This is only for FS9 as a few things, such as the position of the smoke, make it less functional in FSX. For FSX, see the other update of this aircraft.
Posted Mar 22, 2013 13:23 by Bob Chicilo
12.09Mb (1257 downloads)
Beta external model only. Avro vulcan type 698 bulit in the 1950's then sadly lost at an airshow this was the very first vulcan built it was smaller and had no bomb aimers blister and had the original type 1 wing the model has no panel so i have used the standard 747 panel
Posted Mar 18, 2013 12:07 by Douglas Sleigh
17.16Mb (4283 downloads)
The Saab 37 Viggen was designed to meet a requirement for an integrated weapons system with high performance, exceptional versatility, and STOL capability from runways which were nothing more than lengths of straight road. The result was an unusual aircraft utilizing a double-delta wing configuration, with canard foreplanes. A remarkable aircraft, the Viggen had superb STOL performance and was able to take off and land in as little as 400 metres. The powerful engine was equipped with a very effective thrust reverse system and could drop into short, improvised airstrips, make a U-turn, and take off just as easily. A wing flap system was incorporated into the canard which provided a reasonably low landing speed, and this, coupled with the powerful brakes, helped immensely in the short landings. First flown in 1967, the final versions were delivered in 1990, with a total of all variants coming to 329 of a planned 800. From the freeware releases by Alphasim.
Posted Mar 17, 2013 08:58 by Garnier D
20.75Mb (4678 downloads)
Alphasim Crusader from Virtavia/Alphasim created back in 2005 and now available for freeware. (find it under 'Alpha' in your FS2004 menu). The Vought F-8 Crusader was a single-engine, supersonic, carrier-based air superiority jet aircraft built by Vought for the United States Navy and the U.S. Marine Corps, replacing the Vought F7U Cutlass Liveries/models: French Navy, USAF- Death Angel - F8-E, F8-J, F8-Marines, F8U-1E Original model by Alphasim.
Posted Mar 7, 2013 07:01 by Garnier D
27.35Mb (5160 downloads)
The Mirage III CZ is a fighter aircraft of the South African Air Force. This package includes one model and 3 texture sets, with the choice of multiple weapon configurations, custom sounds, and panel with aircraft specific gauges, and easy-to-read clickable virtual cockpit. It also features a working radar, new nav instruments, drag chute and sound effects. It also includes a normal and wide screen panel. Thinus Pretorius
Posted Mar 7, 2013 02:06 by Thinus Pretorius
22.56Mb (3393 downloads)
The Handley Page Victor was a British jet bomber aircraft produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company during the Cold War. It was the third and final of the V-bombers that provided Britain's nuclear deterrent. The other two V-bombers were the Avro Vulcan and the Vickers Valiant. Some aircraft were modified for strategic reconnaissance role using both cameras and radar. After the Royal Navy assumed the nuclear deterrence mission using submarine-launched Polaris missiles in 1969 many surviving bombers were converted into aerial refuelling tankers. The last Victor was retired from service on 15 October 1993. Freeware package by Virtavia.
Posted Mar 4, 2013 04:25 by alphasim