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Operation Meridian British Eastern Fleet
34.09Mb (316 downloads)
This is an updated nine mission set of combat missions flown in January, 1945 by the British Eastern Fleet against Imperial Japanese forces on the island of Sumatra in preparation for its conversion to the British Pacific Fleet of Task Force 57. In this set of missions you will fly in Seafires, Fireflies, Hellcats, Corsairs and Avengers against oil refineries and airfields. You will be involved in dogfights and ground attack missions in the midst of very heavy flak over the target areas. I have included the aircraft modification files to add to the original aircraft folders and directions on how to modify the ship DPs.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:22 by Leland Lesher
 
Aces High Complete Tommy McGuire
0.15Mb (172 downloads)
Aces High McGuire Campaign highlighting the career of Tommy McGuire from December, 1942 through January, 1945, in several Fighter Squadrons of the 5th Air Force, Southeast Asia Theatre of Operations in WW II. Based on the book: Aces High, by Bill Yenne. Companion to Aces High Bong Campaign highlighting the career of Dick Bong, also of the 5th Far East Air Force under General Kenney.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:19 by Leland Lesher
 
Aces High Complete Dick Bong Campaign
0.20Mb (158 downloads)
Aces High Bong Campaign highlighting the career of Richard Bong from December, 1942 through December, 1944, in several Fighter Squadrons of the 5th Air Force, Southeast Asia Theatre of Operations in WW II. Based on the book: Aces High, by Bill Yenne. Companion to Aces High McGuire Campaign highlighting the career of Tommy McGuire, also of the 5th Far East Air Force under General Kenney.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:18 by Leland Lesher
 
Aces High Flying Circus
0.03Mb (134 downloads)
These five missions are a set of campaigns involving Richard (Dick) Bong and Tommy Lynch of 39th Fighter Squadron, 475th Fighter Group, in General Kenney's 5th Air Force, New Guinea. The missions occurred during the Allied offensive of the spring 1944, when Captain Bong returned from the States on a War Bond drive and leave to his home in Wisconsin. Major Tommy Lynch and Captain Dick Bong were both highly decorated multiple Aces and were unassigned, free-lancing pilots. They were a two plane flight called the Flying Circus do to the multi-colored planes they were flying. Unfortunately, Major Tommy Lynch would be KIA by IJN gunboats, not Imperial Japanese pilots in aerial combat.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:16 by Leland Lesher
 
Aces High Part 2
0.06Mb (140 downloads)
This is the second in a series of Campaigns dedicated to 5th US Army Air Forces aces Richard Bong and Tommy McGuire. This set of missions are the first 9 missions flown by Tommy McGuire. Richard Bong was already a double ace with 11 confirmed enemy aircraft kills. Tommy McGuire had just arrived in New Guinea and Dick Bong had just left for a war bonds tour back home in the USA.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:14 by Leland Lesher
 
Aces High Part 1
0.12Mb (149 downloads)
This is the first campaign set of 18 missions flown by Dick Bong for General Kenney of the 39th FS, 5th US Army Air Force in New Guinea December 1942 to November 1943.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:13 by Leland Lesher
 
Tuskegee Airmen Part 4
125.49Mb (146 downloads)
Part IV of the Tuskegee Airmen campaign package! This is an effort to chronicle the flying history of the Tuskegee Airmen, who began their combat life as the 99th Fighter Squadron, and who later became the 332nd Fighter Group. Starting in April, 1943, this campaign package, split into four parts, covers one hundred and six missions from their beginning in April, 1943 to their end in May, 1945. The total length of the campaign is chopped into four smaller campaigns because of the limits of AI aircraft. Within this package, you'll find the scenery folders, texture files, & GSL files needed for the campaign. The amount of files required necessitated this fourth package. My absolute deepest gratitude to A. Talbot, and the aircraft builders, skin artists, scenery and weapons builders without whom this project could not have been completed.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:08 by Leland Lesher
 
Tuskegee Airmen Part 3
127.41Mb (125 downloads)
Part III of the Tuskegee Airmen campaign package! This is an effort to chronicle the flying history of the Tuskegee Airmen, who began their combat life as the 99th Fighter Squadron, and who later became the 332nd Fighter Group. Starting in April, 1943, this campaign package, split into four parts, covers one hundred and six missions from their beginning in April, 1943 to their end in May, 1945. The total length of the campaign is chopped into four smaller campaigns because of the limits of AI aircraft. Within this package, you'll find the scenery objects, anti-aircraft guns, buildings, ships. sounds, and UIRES screens, as well as nearly all the other equipment required, together with the campaigns & missions themselves. The only thing missing from this package are the scenery folders, GSL files, and layouts. To keep the file size manageable, this will be in the fourth and final package. Again, my deepest gratitude for all of the assistance from those who are listed in the README of this project.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 15:03 by Leland Lesher
 
Tuskegee Airmen Part 2
171.94Mb (142 downloads)
Part II of the Tuskegee Airmen campaign package! This is an effort to chronicle the flying history of the Tuskegee Airmen, who began their combat life as the 99th Fighter Squadron, and who later became the 332nd Fighter Group. Starting in April, 1943, this campaign package, split into four parts, covers one hundred and six missions from their beginning in April, 1943 to their end in May, 1945. The total length of the campaign is chopped into four smaller campaigns because of the limits of AI aircraft. Within this second package, you will find all of the multi-engined aircraft, gauges, sounds, and weapons required for this campaign. All of the required multi-engined aircraft have been included, as well as any historical repaints that would have been used during or near the time that the Tuskegee Airmen fought their way from Casablanca to Berlin. All of the aircraft in this package have been modified, when necessary, to include the appropriate repaints, when possible, for the aircraft. I've also included modified .dp files for each aircraft which correct information in the [MISC.DATA] section that I found to be in error. To lessen issues with frame rates with many waves of aircraft in the sky, all exhaust effects have been removed, if they were included in the original models. Additionally, all weapons required for the aircraft have been included. Again, my deepest gratitude to those listed in the README for all of their assistance and support in this project.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 14:58 by Leland Lesher
 
Tuskegee Airmen Part I
181.09Mb (149 downloads)
This is an effort to chronicle the flying history of the Tuskegee Airmen, who began their combat life as the 99th Fighter Squadron, and who later became the 332nd Fighter Group. Starting in April, 1943, this campaign package, split into four parts, covers one hundred and six missions from their beginning in April, 1943 to their end in May, 1945. The total length of the campaign is chopped into four smaller campaigns because of the limits of AI aircraft. All of the aircraft in this package have been modified, when necessary, to include the appropriate repaints, when possible, for the aircraft. I've also included modified .dp files for each aircraft which correct information in the [MISC.DATA] section that I found to be in error. To lessen issues with frame rates with many waves of aircraft in the sky, all exhaust effects have been removed, if they were included in the original models. Additionally, all weapons required for the aircraft have been included. My deepest gratitude to all of the contributors listed in the README.
Posted Nov 15, 2015 14:51 by Leland Lesher
 
 
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