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This is Tim Conrad's F-5 modified For Flight Simulator X . The F-5 started life as a privately-funded light fighter program by Northrop in the 1950s. The first generation F-5A Freedom Fighter entered service in the 1960s. Over 800 were produced through 1972 for U.S. allies during the Cold War. The USAF had no need for a light fighter, but it did need a trainer and procured about 1,200 of a derivative airframe for this purpose, the T-38 Talon . This aircraft is the first prototype SN.# 59-4987, this privately-funded N-156F prototype made its first flight on 30 July 1959, reaching supersonic speeds. updates , effects and new textures by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft. Package includes pictures and history of the actual aircraft ..
Posted Aug 3, 2008 04:51 by archive
19.57Mb (14626 downloads)
This is the DSB Design F-20 modified for Flight Simulator X . This Aircraft is the second prototype GI1001 it was rolled out in a business-like air superiority grey paint scheme with the civilian tail number N3986B .The F-20A Tigershark was designed, built and tested by the Northrop Corporation in the early 1980's. Three prototypes were built, of which two crashed during sales demonstrations. The sole survivor was restored and now resides at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. A forth was never finished .The F-20 program was canceled in November 1986..Aircraft Package includes new effects and a New panel ..Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft ..Package Includes Pictures of all the aircraft and History of the F-20 Program
Posted Aug 3, 2008 04:27 by archive
2.54Mb (4451 downloads)
USAF RAPTOR TAIL FLASHES, PART 3. This package contains "tail textures only" to represent the two F-22 Raptor jets from Nellis AFB. The 57th Fighter Wing, air force tail code WA, trains pilots while the 422nd Test & Evaluation Squadron (TES), air force tail code OT, tests the aircraft's performance during various operations. These are repaints of Kazunori Ito's excellent F-22 Raptor. DL Tarboxer's F22thuv2.zip contains the other textures and panel required for completing this jet and may be obtained here: http://www.simviation.com/fsxmilitary3.htm. Otherwise, obtain the orginal Kazunori Ito's jet here: http://www.simviation.com/fs2004military36.htm File size is 2.54 MB.
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Posted Aug 2, 2008 11:09 by archive
9.12Mb (24718 downloads)
This is an Upgrade Of Kazunori Ito's FS2002/2004 A-4C for FSX compatability - New VA-163 repaint - blank texture set included - textures have been smoothed and converted to DXT3 format - all panels and VC have been smoothed and re-gauged - an autopilot window and afterburner effects gauge has been added - custom burner effects added - new sound files - new airfile and aircraft.cfg for FSX , optimized for Carrier op's - tailhook and launch bar tested in single and multiplayer - thumbnails added ofcourse - tested in FSX with Acceleration using windows XP and DX9 FSX compatabilty upgrade by Bruce Fitzgerald
Posted Jul 26, 2008 14:41 by archive
1.73Mb (2351 downloads)
Cannon AFB Viper Tail flashes. This package contains "tail textures only" to represent the 522nd Fighter Squadron (FS) F-16C/D vipers. This squadron was inactivated on 21 Dec 2007 due to BRAC 2005 and most of the jets distributed to Des Moines, Iowa. The 522nd FS is the only Air Force unit ever to fight as an infantry. After the bombing of Pear Harbor, the 522nd FS was caught in the Phillipines without it's planes. As POWs, they were forced into the Bataan Death March. The excellent "C" model viper by Kirk Olsson usviper.zip and the excellent "D" model viper by Kirk Olsson viper2us.zip may be obtained here at http://www.simviation.com/fs2004military60.htm. File size is 1.73 MB.
Posted Jul 20, 2008 18:31 by archive
19.09Mb (12440 downloads)
This is Kazunori Ito's A-10 Warthog Modified For Flight Simulator X . This Aircraft is painted in blank textures a good starting point for any A-10 Thunderbolt Project. Textures created with easy to use Bit Maps included is a easy to use repaint tutorial . Aircraft Includes a New 2d Panel. No VC. Textures and FSX Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft
Posted Jul 15, 2008 08:33 by archive
3.44Mb (4794 downloads)
Hill AFB Viper Tail flashes. This package contains "tail textures only" to represent three of the 388th and one of the 419th Fighter Wings F-16C/D vipers. The 388th FW consists of 3 Fighter Squadrons, the 4th Fuujins, the 34th Rude Rams, and the 421st Black Widows. The Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) has one squadron, the 466th Diamondbacks. This zip file has textures for the F-16C of the Diamondbacks and Black Widows and textures for the F-16D of the Fuujins and the Rude Rams. The excellent "C" model viper by Kirk Olsson usviper.zip and the excellent "D" model viper by Kirk Olsson viper2us.zip may be obtained here at http://www.simviation.com/fs2004military60.htm. File size is 3.43 MB.
Posted Jul 13, 2008 20:51 by archive
0.92Mb (4166 downloads)
FSX only small fix to my Mirage G8 package, by Patrice Grange. This will fix the opacity of the overhead collimator. If you don't like the opacity of your overhead collimator in the VC of the Mirage G8, or just if you want more visibility forward, this small fix will make your collimator transparent. That's all ! Designed only for my last Dassault Mirage G8 and only for FSX.
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Posted Jul 13, 2008 05:33 by archive
8.41Mb (14312 downloads)
FS2004 (FSX compatible) single seat Mirage G8, complete package totally reworked, with full moving parts, animations, custom panel and a full virtual cockpit. By Patrice Grange, July 2008. This is a total rework of my former Mirage G8 released 1 year ago. Model completely renewed to be more realistic and accurate, new textures, new animations (ejection, flaps, pilot ladder, air intake cones, opening trapdoors in the fuselage to have visibility on the engines, ...), realistic Matra missiles, and - last but not least - addition of a complete virtual cockpit. The Dassault Mirage G8 was a twin engine fighter with variable sweep wings ("swing wings"), a very singular design for a Dassault aircraft. The Mirage G8 flew for the first time on May 8th, 1971, and demonstrated immediately an impressive level of performance, reaching Mach 2.04 during its 4th flight ... The G8 was one of the guest stars during Paris Air Show in 1971. Unfortunately, only two prototypes were built (1 two seats and 1 single seat, this one) before the decision to stop the program because of its cost and complexity ... The model has full moving parts and animations (control surfaces, wings, gear, spoilers, flaps, canopy, pilot ladder, ejection, fuselage trapdoors, air intake cones, steering wheels, landing lights, ...), an original custom 2D panel (an original bitmap by me) and a full VC. Designed by Patrice Grange. See fix below
Posted Jul 12, 2008 05:03 by archive