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FS2004
                  DSB Freeware Northrop F-5A
52.39Mb (18068 downloads)
FS2004 DSB Freeware Northrop F-5A. The F-5 is a supersonic fighter combining low cost, ease of maintenance, and great versatility. More than 2000 F5 aircraft have been procured by the USAF for use by allied nations. The F-5, which resembles the USAF Northrop T-38 trainer, is suitable for various types of ground-support and aerial intercept missions. By DSB Design. Repacked by Keith Moore. 55MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  DSB Freeware Northrop F-5E
35.29Mb (18167 downloads)
FS2004 DSB Freeware Northrop F-5E. The F-5 is a supersonic fighter combining low cost, ease of maintenance, and great versatility. More than 2000 F5 aircraft have been procured by the USAF for use by allied nations. The F-5, which resembles the USAF Northrop T-38 trainer, is suitable for various types of ground-support and aerial intercept missions. By DSB Design. Repacked by Keith Moore.37MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  DSB Freeware Northrop F-20
34.68Mb (14927 downloads)
FS2004 DSB Freeware Northrop F-20. The Northrop F20 Tigershark is a Mach 2 class single-seat light fighter designed for export sales in the 1980's. The F-20 combined propulsion, electronics and armament technologies with improvements in reliability to sustain high sortie rates in adverse weather providing a fighter on par with the F-16A. By DSB Design. Repacked by Keith Moore. 36MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  RAF Hawk XX309 2005 Display Textures only
0.92Mb (986 downloads)
FS2004 RAF Hawk XX309 2005 Display Textures only. This Is A Repaint Of The DSB British Aerospace Engineering Hawk T1 (required here) Textures by UKMil/Dave Charleton. 944K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  RAF Tornado GR4 FJOEU Textures only.
1.23Mb (778 downloads)
FS2004 RAF Tornado GR4 FJOEU Textures only. These textures depict the RAF Tornado of the fast jet operational evaluation unit at RAF Coningsby, UK.Requires the DSB Tornado here. Textures by UKMil/Dave Charleton. 1.7MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Tornado RAF GR4 15 SQN ZA459 2005 Display Textures only
1.17Mb (542 downloads)
FS2004 Tornado RAF GR4 15 SQN ZA459 2005 Display Textures only. Requires the DSB Tornado here. Textrures by UKMil/Dave Charleton. 1.7MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Panavia Tornado RAF F3 ZE942 Textures only
1.69Mb (691 downloads)
FS2004 Panavia Tornado RAF F3 ZE942 Textures only. Requires the DSB Tornado here. Textrures by UKMil/Dave Charleton. 1.7MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  C130 Hercules Lo-Vis RAF Textures only.
0.31Mb (1059 downloads)
FS2004 C130 Hercules Lo-Vis RAF Textures only. Requires Mike Stone's C-130 here. Repaint by Joe Bergin. 320K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004/2002
                  - RAAF Bae Hawk T1 2005 Display Textures only.
0.37Mb (1131 downloads)
FS2004/2002 - RAAF Bae Hawk T1 2005 Display Textures only. This Is A Repaint Of The DSB British Aerospace Engineering Hawk T1 (required here) In 2005 Display Colors. This Model Has All Moving Surfaces, Reflective Texures And Virtual Cockpit. Original Fsds Design By Mikko Maliniemi - Modelling By Dsb Design, panel By Dsb Design. Repainted By James Gibney. 382K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Mike Stone Javelin Update:
0.10Mb (1141 downloads)
FS2004 Mike Stone Javelin Update: This is an update for Mike Stone's Javelin (here). I have added afterburner effects, smoke effects, and updated the flight dynamics. I don't know if Mr. Stone has it right in his readme file where he says the afterburners do not work below 10,000 ft. But I did come across the information that if they were turned on below 20,000 ft. they actually reduced thrust and, of course, increased fuel flow. Bob Chicilo. 106K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:27 by archive