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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
8.44Mb (2255 downloads)
Textures only for Kirk Olsson's F-86 Sabre. Requires Gmax F-86 Sabre Package. This is painted to resemble the F-86 flown in the 1958 movie "The Hunters" which starred Robert Mitchum. The aircraft was flown by the main character in the movie, Major Cleve "the Iceman" Saville. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Jul 16, 2010 01:46 by R.E. Wyman
47.06Mb (7350 downloads)
FSXFA aircraft package all of our fixed wing aircraft are in this package our Apache is in FSX helicopters on simviation. The C17 is only a texture you need to download UKMIL C17 from simviation and its patch. Designers: Keith Young Justin Hutchison any problems or questions: www.fsxflyingaces.spruz.com
Posted Jul 14, 2010 08:27 by Nathan Noble
0.42Mb (3441 downloads)
FSX engine smoke effect for the Premier Aircraft Design freeware FSX Boeing KC-135R Stratotanker (below), which you must have previously installed in FSX. By Tom Tiedman
Posted Jul 8, 2010 02:43 by Tom Tiedman
40.90Mb (24708 downloads)
This is a major update to Yosuke Ube's SU-35. Updates include: Texture pack from UKMIL's Flankers, aircraft.cfg and .air file update, Description and thumbnails. I had a hard time trying to find and get an SU-33/35/37 to work in FSX, so I was able to find a way to get this one working. Used with permission, and special thanks to Yosuke Ube, Yahia al Wajid, Bob Chicilo, John V. Kampen and Mike Durao of UKMIL. 2d panel but no VC.
Posted Jul 6, 2010 22:41 by Nathaniel A. Rose
9.51Mb (6053 downloads)
FS2004 / FSX (SP2 acceleration compatible) Nord Aviation 1500 Griffon 2, complete package, fully reworked with an historical VC and photoreal textures, by Patrice Grange. The Nord 1500 Griffon was the prototype of a dual turbojet-ramjet powered fighter designed and built by French aircraft manufacturer Nord Aviation (SNCAN) during the fifties. The prototype first flew on 20 September 1955 (Griffon 1) and this one, the second aircraft (Griffon 2) flew on 23 January 1957. The Griffon reached the speed of Mach 2.19 (2300 km/h) in 1958. However, technical difficulties in developing an operationally reliable ramjet led to the cancellation in 1959 of the Griffon program to the benefit of Dassault Aviation's Mirage III ... The model has full moving parts (control surfaces, gears, engine inlet and compressor, spoilers, canopy, dragchute, weapons, ladder, ...) + a custom panel compatible with FS2004 and FSX + a VC + reworked textures with photoreal elements taken from the real plane. By Patrice Grange, July 2010.
Posted Jul 2, 2010 18:01 by Patrice Grange
5.91Mb (11212 downloads)
FSX SP-2 Mitsubishi T-2 Japan's first native designed supersonic aircraft. Based on the European Jaguar, which Japan had wanted to buy, the T-2 served as an advanced trainer,and enabled Japanese industry to put to use the knowledge and skills aquired from years of license manufacture of Western types. This model has two paint schemes, front seat VC, full ani's, and 2048X2048 Textures. This model was made with the FSX SP-2 SDK, but was NOT tested in Vista/DX10. Model by Tim Piglet Conrad. Uploaded by Chris Evans
Posted Jun 28, 2010 08:33 by Chris Evans
8.70Mb (29761 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 FSX/SP2 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 06:53 by firstname.lastname@example.org