1.71Mb (4321 downloads)
Minnesota/Vermont Air National Guards' (ANG) Viper Tails. This package contains "tail textures only" to represent the 148th Fighter Wing (FW), 179th Fighter Squadron (FS), The Bulldogs, F-16D viper and the 158th FW, 134th FS, The Green Mountain Boys, F-16C Viper. The excellent "C" model viper by Kirk Olsson usviper.zip may be obtained here.. The excellent "D" model viper by Kirk Olsson viper2us.zip may be obtained here
Posted Sep 7, 2008 10:05 by Dana Eng
12.87Mb (11560 downloads)
F-105 Thud USAF. This is a Repaint of Alpha Sims F-105 S# 62-4438 Modified for For Flight Simulator X . The F-105 evolved from a project that began in 1951 by Republic Aviation to develop a supersonic tactical fighter-bomber to replace the F-84F. The prototype first flew on October 22, 1955, but the first production aircraft, the F-105B, as not delivered to the USAF until 1958. The F-105D all-weather strike fighter and the (2)-place F-105F dual-purpose trainer-fighter also were built before the F-105 production (833 aircraft) ended in 1964. During the Vietnam War a large number of the F-105F were converted to the enemy radar jamming F-105G aircraft and specialized in destroying surface-to-air missile sites. These F-105Gs with their unique missions were called "Wild Weasels" Warner Robins Air Logistics Center managed the communications, fire control, bombing and electronic warfare systems for all F-105 aircraft. This Repaint was delivered to the USAF in February 1964 as a (2) seat F-105F. It was later modified to the "Wild Weasel" F-105G configuration and last served with the 116th Tactical Fighter Wing (ANG) at Dobbins AFB, GA before its retirement in 1983 when it was flown to Robins AFB for display. S# 62-3348 Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG. No VC
Posted Sep 6, 2008 14:23 by Mark Rooks
10.41Mb (4668 downloads)
This is a Repaint of Kazunori Ito's A-7 Corsair Modified for Flight Simulator X This Paint Scheme is a Desert Storm Camo from Attack Squadron VA-72. The "Blue Hawks" was the last Active A-7 Corsair II Squadron .Package includes new effects and a New 2d panel . No VC. Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft. Package Includes Pictures and Squadron History
Posted Sep 6, 2008 14:18 by Mark Rooks
0.50Mb (2985 downloads)
This is an update for FS X Acceleration of the T-33A by Kazunori Ito. I have given it a working panel, and updated the flight dynamics. You need the original aircraft for this to work. Bob Chicilo.
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Posted Sep 6, 2008 03:21 by Bob Chicilo
9.10Mb (32800 downloads)
Textures for Dino Cattaneo's ís Gmax F-14 Model reworked by Jeff Dubbing. This repaint is based on two VF-33 Starfighters aircraft. AC#200, 'Nuts' as it was known, plus AC #201.
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Posted Sep 5, 2008 20:14 by Earl Triplett
9.22Mb (6229 downloads)
For FSX Acceleration Pack 5 Repaints of the F-18A VFA-37 Ragin Bulls CAG,VFA-83 Rampagers CAG (JFK),VFA-97 Warhawks CAG,VFA-131 Wildcats CAG and VFA-137 Kestrels Textures only intended as freeware. by Tom Krekeler
Posted Sep 4, 2008 18:34 by Tom Krekeler
2.59Mb (2588 downloads)
Textures only for the FSX Acceleration F18, in Ace Combat 0 Galm Team livery and Black Ops livery.
Posted Sep 3, 2008 14:44 by Rick Verhoog AKA Boeman1995
7.85Mb (25209 downloads)
Updated & modified from Fs9 Alphasim freeware version using stock FSX gauges, freeware gauges, and COP3 Carrier Pack gauges by Rob Barendregt, Doug Dawson, and Nick Needham. Working VC, throttle controlled A/B, Sonic boom,tail hook and launch bar. Also includes 2 repaints and paint kit by:Pierre lheureux. FSX update by Shane Griffith.
Posted Sep 2, 2008 10:26 by Shane Griffith
10.84Mb (7861 downloads)
This is a Repaint of Kazunori Ito's A-7 Corsair II Modified For Flight Simulator X. This Aircraft is painted in United States Navy VA-12 Attack Squadron colors . includes a new panel working tailhook , folding wings and a afterburner effect. Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG Aircraft.. This Package Includes Pictures and VA-12 squadron history..
Posted Aug 30, 2008 03:56 by Mark Rooks