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FS2004/2002
                  BAe Hawk T.Mk1 A XX261 Textures only.
0.36Mb (579 downloads)
FS2004/2002 BAe Hawk T.Mk1 A XX261 Textures only. Repaint of the BAe Hawk(textures only). Based on an RAF Hawk T1 XX261, painted in 2004 to celebrate thirty years of hawk (1976 - 2004). You will need the Redpack.zip (see here) for the aircraft. Repaint by James Gibney. 345K
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FS2004/2002
                    German Luftwaffe Tornado Package.
15.59Mb (4528 downloads)
FS2004/2002 German Luftwaffe Tornado Package. Contains the most important Tornados. There are new textures and all old textures are updated. This package contains Tornado JaboG 31 Tornado Jabog 32 Tigers Tornado JaboG 32 Flying Monsters Tornado JaboG 32 in paint of 30 Years JaboG 32 Lechfeld Tornado JaboG 33 Tornado Holloman FlgAusbZLW Tornado MRCA one of the first Prototype with civil identification Tornado German Navy Aircraft by DSB DESIGN - textures by Florian Wagner. 16MB
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FS2004                   F-16 Thunder Blue Textures only
3.34Mb (1367 downloads)
FS2004 F-16 Thunder Blue Textures only. . Based on a photograph at an airshow in 2004. You will need the original USVIPER.ZIP. Repaint by James Gibney. 3.4MB
Required files:
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FS2004/2002
                  T-38 Talon Zebra Camo Textures only.
5.75Mb (699 downloads)
FS2004/2002 T-38 Talon Zebra Camo Textures only. This is a repaint of a Northrop T-38 Talon FROM FSD International in zebra Camo Textures only Must download FSD T38 Talon first (here) Created by Mark Rooks. 5.9MB
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FS2004
                  English Electric Canberra B.2, 5 Sqn Rhodesian Air Force
7.19Mb (1160 downloads)
FS2004 English Electric Canberra B.2, 5 Sqn Rhodesian Air Force (1959-1979). Two different paint schemes are included. Aircraft and panel modifications by Bill Holker Original panel by Phil Perrot/Alphasim Textures by Jens-Ole Kj°lberg. 7.3MB
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FS2004
                  English Electric Canberra T.Mk.4, SAAF textures only.
1.09Mb (565 downloads)
FS2004 English Electric Canberra T.Mk.4, SAAF textures only. This is a repaint of the Canberra by Bill Holker (below). It is painted as a English Electric Canberra T.Mk.4 of No 12 Sqn South African Air Force, Waterkloof AFB (late 80's). Repaint by Jens-Ole Kj°lberg. 1.1MB
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FS2004/2002
                  RAF 19 Squadron Hawk T1 Textures only.
0.40Mb (790 downloads)
FS2004/2002 RAF 19 Squadron Hawk T1 Textures only. Repaint of the BAe Hawk(textures only). Based on an RAF Hawk T1 advanced flying and tactical weapons training aircraft, XX320 from 19 Squadron based at RAF Valley. You will need the Redpack.zip (see here) for the aircraft. Repaint by James Gibney. 408K
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FS2004
                  C-130 Hercules Fuerza Aerea Argentina
FS2004
                  C-130 Hercules Fuerza Aerea Argentina
6.28Mb (5069 downloads)
FS2004 C-130 Hercules Fuerza Aerea Argentina Repaint By Franco Carluccio Model By Vladimir Zhyhulskiy. 6.4MB
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FS2004/2002
                  North American F-100D Super Sabre
2.63Mb (5982 downloads)
FS2004/2002 North American F-100D Super Sabre. Developed as a follow-on to the F-86 Sabre used in the Korean Conflict, the F-100 was the world's first production airplane capable of flying faster than the speed of sound in level flight (760 mph). Of the 2,294 F-100's built before production ended in 1959, 1,274 were -D's, more than all the other series combined. Its features included the first autopilot designed for a supersonic jet and a low-altitude bombing system. A special panel for F-100 is included in this file. by Kazunori Ito. 2.6MB
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FS2004/2002
                  North American F-100F Super Sabre.
2.67Mb (5662 downloads)
FS2004/2002 North American F-100F Super Sabre. The F-100F was essentially an F-100D stretched for two crewmembers. The USAF needed a supersonic trainer and North American Aviation converted an F-100C (S/N 54-1966) at its own expense for evaluation. The F-100F, which first flew on 7 March 1957, retained the air-superiority and fighter-bomber capabilities of the F-100D although armament loads were reduced. A total of 339 F-100Fs were built. by Kazunori Ito. 2.7MB
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