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This is an experimental plane that has foward swept wings and no tail. It is very manueverable and some times hard to control. It has a slight tendency to pitch up at low speeds, so look out... Enjoy! Made by Ricardo Batalha. Gauges from Kirk Olsson's F-16.
Posted Aug 6, 2010 10:47 by Ricardo Batalha
C-5M Super Galaxy Canadian Air Force. FS2004 Model by Mike Stone updated for FSX -- 2d panel but no VC. Textures by Michael White. Sound Pack by Mike Hambly . Flight Dynamics and Data by Douglas E. Trapp.
Posted Aug 3, 2010 15:20 by Douglas Trapp
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FSX compatible engine smoke effect for the Ito/Rooks F-4 Phantom II such as the "VX-4 Black Bunny" below and the Rooks "Israeli Air Force" models, both available here at Simviation. Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jul 29, 2010 06:06 by Tom Tiedman
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FSX compatible F-86 Sabre engine smoke effect. After multiple requests, an alternative engine smoke effect for the FS2004 Kirk Olsson F-86 Sabre when used in FSX, any version of which you must have previously installed in FSX. Easy Installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jul 27, 2010 17:08 by Tom tiedman
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This is a Repaint of Kazunori Ito's F-4 Phantom II For Flight Simulator X. This is a F4 Phantom of squadron VX-4 Test and Evaluation Squadron the VX-4, and VX-5 squadrons were commissioned in 1951. and based at NAS China Lake, California. The Vandy 1 aircraft traditionally was the one test airplane painted a special black-navy blue these famous BLACK aircraft carried the rabbit head as its tail code and were known as "Black Bunny" .This Phantom II has new afterburner Effects and a new panel Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft. No VC. Black Bunny PKG includes History and Pictures VX-4
Posted Jul 24, 2010 00:30 by Mark " Fireball " Ro
0.46Mb (2172 downloads)
FSX compatible engine smoke effect for the IRIS Freeware Lockheed S-3B Viking, which you must have previously installed in FSX. Easy installation. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jul 22, 2010 08:12 by Tom Tiedman
2.31Mb (1712 downloads)
This aircraft was delivered to the 384th Bomb Wing at McConnell AFB, Kansas on February 3, 1988. When the 384th was disbanded 86-0126 was transferred to Dyess AFB where it joined the 28th BS of the 7th BW. There is was renamed "Hungry Devil". This texture set requires the Virtavia B-1B Lancer for FSX.
Posted Jul 21, 2010 14:49 by Frank Safranek
47.31Mb (9554 downloads)
FSX Acceleration Mystere IVA. The MD454 Mystere IVA was a fighter developed and produced from 1953 by the French company Avions Marcel Dassault (AMD). It was an evolution of the Ouragan and MystereII with however major aerodynamic changes to improve transonic performance. It was the first French supersonic fighter even if the passage of sound barrier could be obtained only through a slight dive. It was used by the French Air Force as well as India and Israel. By Andre Chancel and the Restauravia team.
Posted Jul 20, 2010 19:30 by Andre Chancel
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This is a Repaint of Kazunori Ito's F-4 Phantom II For Flight Simulator X. This is The VF-101 Grim Reaper F-4 Phantom II . The original Grim Reapers were activated on June 3, 1942 as VF-10 at NAS San Diego flying the F4F Wildcat F4F Wildcat. The first commanding officer was James H Flatley Jr. This F4 Phantom II BU # 148400 is on display at Hickory NC Regional Airport. This Phantom II has new afterburner Effects and a new 2d panel. (No VC), Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft. Grim Reaper PKG includes History and Pictures VF-10 and VF-101 .
Posted Jul 17, 2010 20:34 by Mark Rooks
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This aircraft was delivered to the 96th Bombardment Wing at Dyess AFB, Texas on March 18, 1987. It was given the name "French Connection" and wore no nose art. The aircraft was sent to the Paris Air Show in June 1987. In 1991 it was transferred to Ellsworth AFB where it was renamed "Maverick" with nose art added. This texture set requires the ex-payware Virtavia B-1B Lancer for FSX.
Posted Jul 17, 2010 04:40 by Frank Safranek