0.70Mb (451 downloads)
This is an original model of the US Tamor class submarines, the oldest class to see major combat in the Pacific theatre. The Gato, Balao and Tench classes were all progressively improved versions of the this class. The Tambor class went into combat immediately following Pearl Harbor and formed the first Pacific wolf packs with the Gato boats just coming into service, The textures are by psullykeys, Pat Sullivan.
Posted Oct 15, 2010 03:35 by Tom Sanford
0.94Mb (563 downloads)
This is the last class of U.S. subs to serve in WWII, and essentially is the final phase of improvement in the Gato/Balao line. She is fairly detailed, but retains very good framerates. The texture is by psullykeys.
Posted Oct 12, 2010 02:08 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
0.49Mb (415 downloads)
This is an extremely high FPS, multi-lod model of the U.S. Balao class submarine. Even a slow machine can yield 77 FPS with three of these craft in frame at close range. The model was derived from the original Gato design by the Virtual Navy. The texture is by psullykeys, Pat Sullivan.
Posted Oct 11, 2010 20:29 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
0.41Mb (434 downloads)
This is the totally submerged version of the TR_VN_Gato submarine. She is running at periscope depth. All you will see above the surface is the periscope and the small wake it creates. However, the entire submarine is there and can be damaged/destroyed with standard weapons other than guns. The periscope does show on 'radar'.
Posted Oct 9, 2010 16:18 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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This is an invisible ship model that will appear to be an aircraft carrier in Mission Builder. You can place her anywhere in the water you wish and have your seaplane, flying boat or 'player' ship 'takeoff' or 'launch' from her. Your plane or ship will begin the mission in the water at the point you have placed the Invisible Tender. NOTE: She will not work for any seaplane that has landing gear. She totally eliminates the need for 'seabases'/'water runways'.
Posted Aug 13, 2010 16:24 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo