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The Tupolev Tu-4 (NATO reporting name: Bull) was a piston-engined Soviet strategic bomber that served the Soviet Air Force from the late 1940s to mid 1960s. It was a reverse-engineered copy of the U.S.-made Boeing B-29 Superfortress. Stalin tasked Tupolev with cloning the Superfortress and Soviet industry was to produce 20 copies of the aircraft in just two years. The three B-29s were flown to Moscow and delivered into Tupolev OKB. Original package hugly modified, with new airfile, panel.cfg and DP with Soviet bombs, including an atomic device and AS-1 missiles made by Nole.
Posted Jan 23, 2011 14:28 by Pepe Rezende and Nole
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The first production Tu-16 was rolled out at the Kazan factory on 29 October 1953. NATO assigned the type the codename "Badger". The Kazan plant built the majority of Tu-16s. Acquisition of the Tu-16 was a high priority for the USSR, and so Kazan production was soon supplemented by manufacture of aircraft at State Factory 1 in Kuibyshev (now Samara). A number were also built at State Factory 64 in Voronezh from 1955. The last new-build Tu-16s were rolled out in 1963.Nole did the Soviet Missiles.
Posted Jan 22, 2011 11:20 by Pepe Rezende and Nole
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These textures represent a CA-27 Sabre of the 2 OCU. Also included are recolored AIM-9 pylons and rockets. The wing tanks are for all Fox Four Sabre models. CA-27 Sabre an Australian built version of the North American F-86 Sabre. Operated by the RAAF and later the Indonesian and Malaysian Air Forces. Thanks to Tango_Romeo and Ravenna for their help in getting this done. Please make sure you read the Readme. Thanks and have fun, Bub
Fox Four here:http://www.simviation.com/lair/cfs2korea.htm
Posted Jun 28, 2010 12:47 by Bob McGee
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Requires the Avon Sabre from page 11, CFS2 New Files, Simviation.com (http://www.simviation.com/simviation/?type=item&ID=301&page .. This download contains the pylon. AIM-9L missile and associated files needed to realistically equip the CA_27. The AIM-9L DP provided makes the missile an 8-Second-Timed-Rocket, so that with practice it can be used against aerial targets.
Posted Jun 5, 2010 01:02 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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These represent the F-104, FG-808, 60808, while assigned to the 83rd FIS. The aircraft was later sold overseas. Thanks to Tango_Romeo, Tom Sanford, for this fine aircraft. Please look at the ReadMe. This aircraft can be found in the CFS2 New Files. Have Fun, Bub
Posted May 24, 2010 13:58 by Bob McGee
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Requires TR's F-104G LOD here: http://www.simviation.com/simviation/index.php?type=item&ID=301&page=6 These are improved bare metal textures for the F-104G LOD. Simply paste the files in the download into the texture folder allowing them to overwrite the originals.
Posted May 18, 2010 18:45 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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The download contains two sets of skins by Bob McGee for the TR_F-80C (CFS2 - New Files, page 21). These are the textures worn by the two YP-80A Shooting Stars (Tail Nos 028 & 029) sent to Italy for ops testing in Dec of 1944. The two aircraft were flown by both test pilots and military pilots on test and operational sorties, and maintained by civilian techicians from Lockeed. They were jokingly referred to as the 33rd Air Force, a two-plane unit. Officially they never made contact with the enemy. Folders A and B contain the unique fuselage texture for each aircraft and the common wing textures. All other original textures for the TR_F-80C remain unchanged.
Posted May 10, 2010 22:06 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo
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This is a new skin by Bob McGee (Bub) for the updated TR_F-80C (page 21, CFS2 New Files, SimViation. This aircraft was one of four F-80s sent to Europe in late 1944 for operational testing. Two went to England and two to Italy. PN155 was stationed in Italy. The aircraft was not bare metal, but a light or pearl gray. If you want to do some fantasy missions in 1945 over Europe, this is the skin to use, Enjoy.
Posted May 10, 2010 02:19 by Tom Sanford, Tango_Romeo