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223rd Tactical Airlift Squadron (Nomads) N-22B no. 87, under the 220th Airlift Wing based in Mactan Benito Ebuen Airbase. This served as VIP, Logistical transport & Intel-Recon flights. This is the aircraft were we took a flight from Iloilo, stopping by Bacolod dropping a officer took off and refuelled in Mactan Air Base before proceeding to Zamboanga Edwin Bautista Air Base. GAF NOMAD N-22A/B TECHSPECS Origin: Australia Type: multi-role utility transport Max Speed: 168 kt / 193 mph Max Range: 1,352 km / 840 miles Dimensions: span 16.51 m / 54 ft 2 in length 12.57 m / 41 ft 3 in height 5.54 m / 18ft 2 in Weight: empty 2,092 kg / 4,613 lb maximum take-off 3,855 kg / 8,500 lb Powerplant: two 313-kW (420-shp) Allison 250-B17C turboprops Armament: four underwing hardpoints each rated at 227 kg (500 Ib) can carry gun pods, rocket-launcher pods, and other stores FS Panel by Mike Hill Paint Kit by Kim P. Staneart Repainted by Gerard G. Olvis
Posted Jul 15, 2010 08:04 by Gerard G. Olvis
1.09Mb (167 downloads)
FS2004 Commonwealth CA-27 Sabre. The CAC Sabre, sometimes known as the Avon Sabre or CA-27, is an Australian variant of the North American Aviation F-86F Sabre fighter aircraft. The F-86F was redesigned and built by the Commonwealth Aircraft Corporation (CAC). Equipping five RAAF squadrons, the type saw action in the Malayan Emergency in the late 1950s, and was employed for air defence in Malaysia and Thailand in the 1960s. Ex-RAAF models also saw service with the Royal Malaysian Air Force and the Indonesian Air Force. This aircraft is built for FS2004. The aircraft may work in FS2002, but I do not support it. Use Shift-E to open the canopy. Mike Stone
Posted Jul 14, 2010 01:40 by Ronald Falzon
7.29Mb (1307 downloads)
This package contains the Belgian Air Force F16 two-seater FB-18(20 years Operational Conversion Unit) and the FB-13 (normal grey scheme) Textures for Kirk Olssen's F-16 You required the FS2004 2-Seater Gmax F-16 Viper Netherlands Air Force.
Posted Jul 11, 2010 13:54 by Jonathan Linart
2.71Mb (3770 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 North American F-86D Sabre Dog. The North American Aviation F-86D Sabre (sometimes called the "Sabre Dog" or "Dog Sabre") was a transonic jet all-weather interceptor. Based on North American's F-86 Sabre day fighter, the F-86D had only 25 percent commonality with other Sabre variants, with a larger fuselage, larger afterburning engine, and a distinctive nose radome. Two kinds of texture(USAF / JASDF) are included. by Kazunori Ito. 2d panel but no VC.
Posted Jul 10, 2010 18:26 by Kazunori Ito
2.22Mb (2566 downloads)
FS2004 Aircraft Newly acquired aircraft supplied by Aerotech Corporation based at Clark Field, Pampanga. Delivered to the 102nd Basic Flying Training Sqn (Cougar), Air Education and Training Command, B. Fernando Airbase, Lipa, Batangas. Flight Training and Maneuvers. Panel by Marco Spada Giovanni Clemente (aircraft: visual and flight model) Repainted by: Gerard G. Olvis
Posted Jul 1, 2010 21:31 by Gerard G. Olvis
2.24Mb (2086 downloads)
SF-260MP w/ VC 102nd Basic Flying Training Sqn (Cougar), Air Education and Training Command, B. Fernando Airbase, Lipa, Batangas, Philippines. Flight Training and Maneuvers. Panel by Marco Spada Giovanni Clemente (aircraft: visual and flight model) Repainted by: Gerard G. Olvis
Posted Jun 30, 2010 11:39 by Gerard G. Olvis
8.55Mb (16069 downloads)
The Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker is an aerial refueling military aircraft. It was the US Air Force's first jet powered refueling tanker and replaced the KC-97 Stratotanker. Similar in design to the later and enlarged Boeing 707 airliner, it was initially tasked to refuel strategic bombers, but was used extensively in the Vietnam war and later conflicts such as Desert Storm to extend the range and endurance of both Air Force and Navy tactical fighters and bombers. Serving with the United States Air Force since 1957, it is one of very few military fixed wing aircraft with over 50 years of continuous service with the original service. A modification program re-engined 500 aircraft with new CFM International CFM56 (military designation: F108) engines produced by General Electric and Snecma. The CFM-56 turbofans are capable of producing approximately 22,500 lbf of thrust, nearly a 100% increase in power compared to the original J-57 engines. The re-engined tanker, designated either the KC-135R or KC-135T, can offload up to 50% more fuel (on a long duration sortie), is 25% more fuel efficient, costs 25% less to operate and is 96% quieter than the KC-135A (sideline noise levels at takeoff were reduced from 126 to 99 decibels). The KC-135R's operational range is 60% greater than the KC-135E for comparable fuel offloads, providing a wider range of basing options. Complete package for FS2004 with custom 2D and VC panels, sound package by Aaron Swindle, animated fuel transfer probe. By Jean-Pierre Brisard and Bob May - Premier Aircraft Design.
Posted Jun 26, 2010 06:50 by bob.may