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CFS2 AF=Midway LCI(L) 351 Class This package contains both the ramps up and down mdls. Created with Gmax. The 351 Class was designed using the knowledge gained from the 1-350 Class and was intended as a replacement for them. As it turned out the 1-350 Class was much heartier than both its designers and the Navy had imagined. Thus it ended up serving side by side with its older sibling from the Marshall Islands in the PTO and Normandy in the ETO through the end of the war. While the 351 Class was set upon the same basic hull as the 1-350 it was all new above the well deck and internally. Th bow was raised, a new superstructure and con gave the 351’s a much beefier and less angular look with rounded corners and a round con. 747 351 Class LCI(L)’s were completed in two versions. Almost all of the first 672 had the familiar troop ramps which this ship represents. There were several in the 700 block that incorporated the new bow with doors somewhat like an LST. The split door type bow would be used later on all of the hulls from 1023 to 1098. 607K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:09 by archive
 
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            AF=Midway Landing Craft Ramp Down Series
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CFS2 AF=Midway Landing Craft Ramp Down Series This package contains the LCT Mk. V, LCT Mk. VI and LCI(L) 1-350 Class all with their ramps down. I had a request for these so now you'll have a choice. Created with Gmax. 510K
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            AF=Midway Landing Craft Infantry (Large)
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CFS2 AF=Midway Landing Craft Infantry (Large) 1-350 Class With flat bottoms and only a two-foot draft forward, LCI(L)'s were capable of landing directly on the beach. A stern winch and anchor enabled the LCI to pull itself off the beach and return to its mother ship. Originally thought to be “one trip” expendables, they were not long on habitability or design finesse. The craft turned out to be more robust and survivable than anticipated. The design was revised and, with American input, the conning tower extended upward to provide better visibility, thus producing the first major class – the “square con” or 1-350 Class. There were two major classes of LCI(L) Landing Craft Infantry (Large)'s used by the allies in WWII. The 1-350 Class which this model recreates and there were also two variants of the 351 Class one with the familiar bow ramps and another that utilized a bow door system like the LST's and LSM's used. The 351 Class is my next project. Created with Gmax. 268K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:09 by archive
 
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            AF=Midway - US/GB Landing Craft Tank Mk.
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CFS2 AF=Midway - US/GB Landing Craft Tank Mk. VI LCTs were the Navys all purpose general duty vessel. Besides carrying tanks ashore they were used for many different purposes. They served in all theaters from start to finish. LCTs were built in two models. The MK5 had a bow ramp only in contrast to the MK6 which had both a bow and stern ramp providing the ability to drive though it. They were often used as a bridge from an LST to the shore. At wars end all MK5s were disposed of while the MK6s were redesignated as Utility Landing Ship LSU in 1949 and redesignated Landing Craft Utility LCU, 15 April 1956. Created with gmax. 141K
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            AF=Midway - US/GB Landing Craft Tank Mk.
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CFS2 AF=Midway - US/GB Landing Craft Tank Mk. V LCTs were the Navys all purpose general duty vessel. Besides carrying tanks ashore they were used for many different purposes. They served in all theaters from start to finish the Mk. V was there. LCTs were built in two models. The MK5 had a bow ramp only in contrast to the MK6 which had both a bow and stern ramp. At wars end all MK5s were disposed of while the MK6s were redesignated as Utility Landing Ship LSU in 1949 and redesignated Landing Craft Utility LCU, 15 April 1956. Created with gmax. 133K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:09 by archive
 
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            Grendizer aka Goldorak aka Goldrake - UFO
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CFS2 Grendizer aka Goldorak aka Goldrake - UFO. Steve ( RATT ) Robinson. 2.5MB
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:09 by archive
 
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            OVT UFO
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CFS2 OVT UFO. Steve ( RATT ) Robinson. 523K
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            Spanish Civil War Background Screens.
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CFS2 Spanish Civil War Background Screens. By Juankar. 8.1MB
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            AF=Midway Bomb Blast Pak Plus
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CFS2 AF=Midway Bomb Blast Pak Plus - A solution to the problem of ground objects being so easy to destroy in CFS2. A complete set of DP's and FX to cover stock, MR/LW, Wolfi ground objects. Also included are some additional FX and a collection of Layout Files for most of the Stock Airbases. These are to be used with Martin Wrights GSLEdit program. See Read Me for Full Details. Plus a few other goodies just because I felt like sharing them. By the AF=Midway Team. 224K
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CFS2 Missing .DP Files for Importing CFS1 Missions With these damage profiles in your CFS2 "OBJECTS_DP" folder, you should be able to import CFS1 missions without receiving the "missing *.dp file (type *)" message. Allen Hutcheson. 18K
Posted Jun 10, 2008 11:09 by archive