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F-111 Aircraft Package
F-111 Aircraft Package
22.66Mb (7799 downloads)
This is the freeware Alphasim F-111 aircraft updated with new 2D and Virtual Cockpit panels. A right seat WSO panel has been added. There are new Gauges, Afterburner effects and Fuel Dump and burn effects. All the textures have been redone and a Pre-production FB-111A gray & white texture has been added. There are basic functioning radar and threat warning gauges. A basic terrain following radar is included. Enjoy!
Posted Apr 24, 2012 14:41 by Steve Hess
 
B1B Lancer Package
B1B Lancer Package
35.92Mb (11079 downloads)
B1B Lancer Package. Features fully animated swing wing with leading edge slats (flap key) animated spoilerons and elevons (automatic, on stick left/right) animated wing spoilers (will 'pop-up' if keypress-activated, a sim limitation when spoilerons are employed. A slider control will however restore the smooth spoiler animation) opening cockpit hatch (shift-e) main dorsal speed brake (/-key) opening bomb bays (2nd Exit (shift-e, then 2) togglable crew figures (ctrl-W). Also includes advanced folder for more discerning users. Ex paywrae from Alphasim/Virtuavia.
Posted Apr 9, 2012 04:09 by alphasim
 
Ilyushin Il-76TD Algerien Air Force
Ilyushin Il-76TD Algerien Air Force
4.71Mb (3441 downloads)
Heavylift IL-76 Version 2. An Ilyushin Il-76TD in Heavylift Cargo livery, registration RA-76401. Model by Sergey Varnavskiy. Textures by lotfi ABDELGHANI.
Posted Mar 20, 2012 20:44 by LOTFI ABDELGHANI ALGERIEN MADANIA
 
FS2004 Prototype XF-104 Starfighter Textures Update
FS2004 Prototype XF-104 Starfighter Textures Update
1.74Mb (2038 downloads)
Repaint of Kazunori Ito's F-104J single seat version. This update replaces my previous texture for the Lockheed prototype of the F-104 Starfighter. The repaint uses Eric Cantu's aluminum texture utility to give the F-104 a more realistic appearance. Requires the original model by Kazunori Ito but is usable with many of the model updates made by others here. Although it is a FS2002/FS2004 model I have been able to use it in FSX as well. Painted by R.E. Wyman.
Required files:
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Posted Mar 9, 2012 01:11 by R.E. Wyman
 
FS2002/FS2004 Shorts 360 AMBV
11.16Mb (1720 downloads)
Shorts 360-100 Aviacion Militar Bolivariana. Model by Mike Stone. Textures by Jerry Capote.
Posted Mar 4, 2012 20:07 by Jerry capote
 
Grumman C-1A Trader Package (FSX Compatible)
Grumman C-1A Trader Package (FSX Compatible)
65.94Mb (4524 downloads)
The Grumman "Seven" Projects for MSFS2004/FS9 ACof - VERSION 1.0 (C-1A COD) by Milton Shupe, Tom Fliger, Nigel Richards, Marcel Ritzema, John Humphries, and Jan Visser with help from SOH members. Functional VC model included; Pkg incl one Aircraft with three textures, a great flight model, authentic radial custom sounds, and features custom panels with aircraft specific gauges, easy-to-read clickable virtual cockpits, and beautifully crafted exterior textures. This aircraft release is one of 7 aircraft in a series release. NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN FSX - Port Over Okay
Posted Feb 27, 2012 11:58 by Milton Shupe
 
Grumman S2F-3 Tracker Package  (FSX Compatible)
Grumman S2F-3 Tracker Package  (FSX Compatible)
69.67Mb (4737 downloads)
by Milton Shupe, Tom Fliger, Nigel Richards, Steve Bryant, Todd Disrud, Marcel Ritzema, John Humphries, Jeremy U., Lazerbeak, and Jan Visser with help from SOH members. Functional VC model included; Pkg incl one Aircraft with one or more textures, a great flight model, authentic radial custom sounds, and features custom panels with aircraft specific gauges, easy-to-read clickable virtual cockpits, and beautifully crafted exterior textures. This aircraft release is one of 7 aircraft in a series that will be released. NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN FSX - Port Over Okay
Posted Feb 27, 2012 11:35 by Milton Shupe
 
Grumman E-1B Tracer Package
Grumman E-1B Tracer Package
63.62Mb (3465 downloads)
The Grumman "Seven" Projects for MSFS2004/FS9 ACof - VERSION 1.0 (E-1B) by Milton Shupe, Tom Fliger, Nigel Richards, Steve Bryant, and Jan Visser with help from SOH members. Functional VC model included; Pkg incl one Aircraft with one or more textures, a great flight model, authentic radial custom sounds, and features custom panels with aircraft specific gauges, easy-to-read clickable virtual cockpits, and beautifully crafted exterior textures. This aircraft release is one of 7 aircraft in a series that will be released. NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN FSX
Posted Feb 21, 2012 23:14 by Milton Shupe
 
Lun Class Ekranoplan
16.51Mb (3422 downloads)
The Lun-class Ekranoplan is ex payware from Alphasim. the Ekranoplan (NATO reporting name Duck) was a ground effect aircraft designed by Rostislav Evgenievich Alexeev and used by the Soviet and Russian navies from 1987 to sometime in the late 1990s. It flew using the extra lift generated by the effect of its large wings when close to the surface of the water - about four meters or less. Lun was one of the largest seaplanes ever built, with a length of 73 m (240 ft), rivaling the Hughes H-4 Hercules ("The Spruce Goose") and many jumbo jets. The name Lun comes from the Russian for harrier.
Posted Jan 17, 2012 03:55 by Alphasim
 
Orlyonok - Eaglet Ground Effect Vehicle
Orlyonok - Eaglet Ground Effect Vehicle
18.54Mb (2021 downloads)
The Soviet Navy command of the 1960s was very interested in a fast military transport capable of carrying a large payload. The Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau was one of the organizations working on this top secret project, about which little was known until the fall of the Soviet Union. Chief Designer R.E. Alexeev designed several prototypes in the 1960s. At the start of the 1970s, Alexeev designed a medium-sized Ekranoplan to be used as a military transport. The new vehicle was named "Orlyonok" ("Eaglet"). The first flying unit (S-23) was initially tested on the Volga River in the autumn of 1972, and the next year dismantled and transported to the Caspian Sea for continued testing. In 1975 the S-23 crashed during testing, later proved to be due to a deficiency in the alloy used for the hull. A different alloy was used in all subsequent units built.
Posted Jan 4, 2012 05:44 by Alphasim