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FSX Star Trek Shuttlecraft Type-9 Captain Janeway has pissed off the temporal police yet again; she has stranded a Type-9 Shuttlecraft back on 20th century Earth. By Mark J. S. Macaluso. Features include: * Very Short Takeoff and Landing * High speed to Mach 2.3 * Virtual Cockpit: MFDs, GPS MFD, Nav Panel * Effects: Warp glow and Impulse glow * Animation: chair swivels and rear hatch. Created by Mark Macaluso
Posted Mar 19, 2013 09:34 by uploader
10.14Mb (5286 downloads)
The Prince of Asturias (R-11) has been a STOVL aircraft carrier for the Spanish Navy, until recently the flagship of the fleet. The design of this ship took place when the U.S. Navy abandoned the project of the SCS and the Spanish Navy bought its planes (fifteen shots, and he was just being designed) and instructed the public shipyards Bazan further development and construction of this ship. With almost 196 m long, 24.3 m wide his, a depth of 9.4 m and its 17,200 tons full load was the largest ship of the Spanish Armada until the entry into service of the LHD Juan Carlos I. The air group embarked bear up to 29 aircraft (17 in the hangar and 12 in the parking area of the flight deck). The carrier air force usually consisted of a versatile force, including ten to twelve AV-8B Harrier II Plus, and a dozen helicopters, usually a combination of models, six Sikorsky H-3 Sea King, two Sikorsky H-3 Sea King AEW radar version (Air Early Warning) and four Agusta-Bell AB-212. It entered service in 1989 and was decommissioned in late 2012.
Posted Mar 17, 2013 17:01 by Alberto Garcia jagl04
27.96Mb (2547 downloads)
Low Earth Orbit Meta-structures and Ships for AICarriers to complement Rob Barendregt's Space Gauge and Bruce Fitzgeralds Battlestars, HW carrier and ISS. Rob has again transformed FSX. Space is open for business. This is a pack of orbital meta-structures to populate Low Earth Orbit. The ships move when started, the space stations are static. Think BIG! Models by Lazarus except Imperial class Star Destroyer by Tim Conrad. Most of the ships and stations are landable, at up at 900,000+ ft. Robs space gauge V.20 is in BETA, so keep an eye on Sim OutHouse for news. It combines VTOL with the space flight driver! It is a riot! Asteroid base Babylon 5 EAS Omega class destroyer ISA Whitestar class monitor Minbari Federation Sharlin class War Cruiser Minbari Federation Tinashi class Frigate Orbital Construction platform Retro Atomic Torchship/Minbari Liner Shadow Battlecrab Spacestation V-2001 a space odyssey TFS Rodger Young assault corvette USMCS Connestoga class(Sulaco) USNSC Discovery-2001
Posted Mar 12, 2013 03:03 by Lazarus Starkweather
10.27Mb (4252 downloads)
Space Places AI - 4Pak : This set contains: - Battlestar Galactica - Battlestar Galactica TOS - Higarian Carrier - the ISS - - These objects are in AI form and made specifically for use with BOTH the AICarriers 2 addon and the rcbsa_20 space gauge set by Ron Barendregt. * actually reading Ron's readme is strongly advised * Also, they have had their sim.cfg files edited to adhere the specifications, contained in Ron Barendregt's Space Gauge set readme for rcbsa-20 -- version 2.0 , i.e 900,000 ft @250 kts - - - - = all objects and archive By Bruce Fitzgerald
Posted Mar 10, 2013 06:25 by Bruce Fitzgerald
3.24Mb (1328 downloads)
FSX Pilotable coastal frighter "Jean Yvan" with wood as payload. The wooden vessel, constructed in Quebec is now a muesum-ship. The FS-version comes with navigation bridge, sound and effects. Seven cameras allows you to explore the ship. The crane-boom can be swiveled, empty or with wood as payload. The AI-model with the textures is made by Jean-Pierre Fillion. Features for a pilotable version with panel, camera- and effectconfiguration by Erwin Welker.
Posted Mar 9, 2013 05:53 by Erwin Welker
0.96Mb (483 downloads)
FSX Update for my cranecabins of the pilotable Cargo- and containerships. Now the cranes carries payloads. The crane of the cargoship "Sedna Desgagnes" carries a steam locomotiv and the crane of the containership "Caroline Shulte" carries a Maersk-container. Just for overwriting the previos bitmap. By Erwin Welker.
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Posted Mar 9, 2013 04:57 by Erwin Welker
3.56Mb (2472 downloads)
FSX triplepack pilotable container ships with the huge magavessel "Emma Maersk", "Caroline Schulte" and one ship from the "Hanjin-Line". All ships comes with one sharing navigation bridge and sounds. Seven or eight cameras allows you to explore each ship. Sailing the "Caroline Schulte" allows you to mann one of the cranes und to swivel around. All ai-models with the textures are made by Henrik Nielsen. They belong to his great scenery-/ai-traffic-package "63 AI Ships and AI Ship traffic for Europe and South America" which brings life into empty harbours. Features for the pilotable versions with all the configuration for the panel, cameras and effects by Erwin Welker.
Posted Mar 8, 2013 02:16 by Erwin Welker
5.34Mb (1624 downloads)
FSX pilotable high sea salvage tugboat "Abeille Bourbon". The real ship is stationed at the entrance to the fjord of Brest at the Northwest coast of the Bretagne/France. The FS-ship comes with navigation bridge, sounds and special effects. The "Abeille Bourbon" is equipped with two of three working high power fire pumps and they are not useless because fire-effects are included. Nine cameras allows you to explore the ship. The Ai-ship model with the textures is made by Jean-Pierre Fillion. Features for the pilotable versions with all the configuration for the panel, cameras and effects by Erwin Welker.
Posted Mar 7, 2013 06:27 by Erwin Welker
5.11Mb (2157 downloads)
FSX Doublepack Pilotable Canadian Auxilary vessels. One ship is the coast guard vessel "Gordon Reid" and the second, a quite similar construction but without heli deck, is the "Coriolis II". Both ships comes with navigation bridge and sounds. Eight cameras allows you to explore the ship. The Ai-ship models with the textures are made by Jean-Pierre Fillion. Features for the pilotable versions with all the configuration for the panel, cameras and effects by Erwin Welker.
Posted Mar 7, 2013 04:14 by Erwin Welker