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                  IA-63 Pampa.
1.00Mb (3332 downloads)
FS2004/2002 IA-63 Pampa. Pampa is a single-engine, high-wing advance pilot trainer. Nineteen aircraft were orginally built during the 1980s by the Fabrica Militar de Aviones, the Argentine military depot that was privatized by Lockheed Martin in 1995. Model & textures by J R Lucariny. 1MB
Posted Oct 13, 2008 08:39 by archive
2.77Mb (1534 downloads)
Fs2004 DSB Tornado GAF TigerMeet 2001 Tigermeet painted German Airforce Tornado. Original authors DSB-Design, Monster repaint by Sebastian Hecker. 2.8MB
Posted Oct 13, 2008 08:39 by archive
F-18C Finnish Air Force
F-18C Finnish Air Force
9.24Mb (17500 downloads)
In This Package you find: Finnish Air Force McDonnell-Douglas/Boeing F-18C Hornet HN-405 from HavLLv 21 (Satakunta Wing) based at Tampere AB. Features: Realistic Panel and Sound. Realistic Flight Dynamics for Carrier Operations (Use spoiler to simulate arrestor cables). Wing tip contrail, Afterburner, Hi-AOA Contrail effects. References and Checklist. Aircraft by M. Maliniemi. Panel by V. Leightower E. Marciano and DragonFlight Design.(2d panel only - no VC) Sounds by B. Magann Effects by J. Rosenberg/ Nick Needham.
Posted Oct 11, 2008 16:58 by Nick
FS2002/FS2004  RAF Vickers Valiant (BK.1)
0.30Mb (2085 downloads)
This is a repaint of Kazunori Ito's Vickers Valiant (BK.1) in a camouflage colour scheme. The original Vickers Valiant (BK.1) can be found here http://simviation.com/fs2004military34.htm Aircraft by Kazunori Ito Repaint by Lee Standley
Posted Oct 5, 2008 13:17 by Lee Standley
UKMIL H.P Victor Package for FS9
18.95Mb (7853 downloads)
UKMIL HP Victor pack for FS2004 Welcome to the UKMIL Victor pack for FS2004, this pack will not work in FSX, please check the website for the FSX version. Full copyright, and install info can be found in the attached PDF file, so please open and study this before continuing regards UKMIL
Posted Sep 24, 2008 08:46 by UKMIL
 Douglas F3D-2(EF-10B) Skyknight
4.45Mb (4264 downloads)
FS2004/2002 Douglas F3D-2(EF-10B) Skyknight. This was the world's first jet fighter designed for use as carrier-based night fighter. Its radar equipment required a wider-than-usual fuselage, so it was nicknamed "Willie the Whale.". Three kind of models(clean / with pylon / with tank and missiles) and two kind of paint examples(MARINES and NAVY) are included. by Kazunori Ito.
Posted Sep 23, 2008 06:42 by Kazunori Ito
Jet Provost Uirapujet JT-23 Textures
10.14Mb (6591 downloads)
FS2004 The "Uirapujet JT-23" is a fictional civil jet trainer for IFR/ATP, painted in the Aeroclube de Brasilia colors. Textures only. Repaint by Marcelo Rates Quaranta. Based on the original model By: Rick Piper
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Posted Sep 3, 2008 05:16 by M. Quaranta
Super Etendard Modernised Flottille 11 F Photorealistic Textures (Fixed)
2.15Mb (4474 downloads)
This is a photorealistic repaint of Romain Lucas Super Etendard ModernisÚ Package.It represents the aircraft N░ 49 operated in the Flottille 11 F in the French grey scheme used by the French Navy. (Textures only. requires original aircraft)
Posted Sep 2, 2008 14:18 by Jonathan Hilaire
 Hawker Hunter T.7 G-BOOM Textures.
2.73Mb (2399 downloads)
FS2004 Hawker Hunter T.7 G-BOOM. Textures only Textures Only. The Hunter was the mainstay of the UK's Air Defence Role throughout the 1960's & 70's. Textures feature fully reflective paintwork, and every rivet is visible and accounted for. This is a repaint of the freeware Hunter By Dave Garwood. Repaint by Ben Hartmann
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Posted Aug 30, 2008 03:49 by Ben Hartmann
F14D Tomcat  Eagle Textures
F14D Tomcat  Eagle Textures
6.03Mb (3202 downloads)
This is a texture only for Steve Hinson's F14D Tomcat. The repaint includes an eagle along the fuselage. I know, it's a Tomcat but I love both equally so I figured why not. I've been playing with the idea of various animal schemes but before I do I'd like to see how this one does. http://www.simviation.com/simviation/static.php?ID=86&page=130
Posted Aug 29, 2008 09:25 by Tim Meinhardt