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FS2004
                  Himalayan Peaks LOD10 Mesh - Karakoram
38.58Mb (2036 downloads)
FS2004 Himalayan Peaks LOD10 Mesh - Karakoram Highly detailed mesh based on Shuttle Radar (SRTM) data but with many of the void areas filled with elevation data generated from topographic maps by Jonathan de Ferranti. The "Himalayan Peaks" series contains LOD10 terrain mesh of prominent peaks and ridges. There will also be a LOD9 "base mesh" series of the Himalayas. Compiled for FS by Holger Sandmann. Fully compatible with FS2002. 39MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Himalayan Peaks LOD10 Mesh
47.94Mb (2228 downloads)
FS2004 Himalayan Peaks LOD10 Mesh - Pamir Highly detailed mesh based on Shuttle Radar (SRTM) data but with many of the void areas filled with elevation data generated from topographic maps by Jonathan de Ferranti. The "Himalayan Peaks" series contains LOD10 terrain mesh of prominent peaks and ridges. There will also be a LOD9 "base mesh" series of the Himalayas. Compiled for FS by Holger Sandmann. Fully compatible with FS2002. 49MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Ipswich UK (EGSE) VFR scenery.
0.13Mb (1206 downloads)
FS2004 Ipswich UK (EGSE) VFR scenery. . A charming little grass airfield in Suffolk that was forced to close by the local Council in 1996. This is not photoreal scenery - it uses default objects and stock textures - but it is close enough to the way it was. Made using SceneGenX - file included for anyone who wants to enhance it further or change it. Roger 'RollerBall' Mole. 138K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Khe Sanh Combat Base, Vietnam
0.80Mb (1938 downloads)
FS2004 Khe Sanh Combat Base, Vietnam. The site of one of the most famous battles of the Vietnam War. Khe Sanh was originally an obscure Army Special Forces camp perched atop a small plateau in the extreme northwestern corner of South Vietnam near the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Later, 6,000 US Marines of the 13th and 26th regiments, and the 37th ARVN Ranger Batallion were deployed there. In early 1968, Khe Sanh suddenly emerged from obscurity and became front page news all over the world when it was besieged for 75 days by a force of approximately 40,000 North Vietnamese troops. The application of massive US airpower, including B-52 strikes, eventually forced the enemy to withdraw. The model represents Khe Sanh as it was in late 1967, just prior to the start of the siege. (During the siege, virtually everything above ground, including the runway, was destroyed by intense artillery, rocket, and mortar fire. At that time, the base looked more like a prairie dog town or the cratered surface of the moon.) This scenery was designed for FS 2002 but it should work in FS 2004. George Knowles. 824K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Carriers Scenery Package. 1
1.96Mb (30055 downloads)
FS2004 Carriers Scenery Package. 18 landable carriers across the world, Beautiful scenery. All carriers with navaids. Textures included. By Rich Hogen. Compiled for FS2004 by Alejandro Villa. 2MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
6.35Mb (6125 downloads)
FS2004 Mumbai Airport 32-bit textures. These textures are to replace the default ones that come with my Mumbai Airport scenery above. The textures included as part of the airport package are DXT3 format (with the exception of the lighting effects, which really need to be 32-bit, but which compress down really well in a zip file). These textures offer a little more subtlety - for a greater file size and perhaps a slightly lower frame rate, depending upon your computer setup. By Matthew Ministry and Manu Mistry. 6.5MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) Scenery.
1.98Mb (14068 downloads)
FS2004 Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay) Scenery. Freeware scenery using EOD, FSSC and AFCAD - Depicts Mumbai VABB Chhatrapati Shivaji Airport. As with other sceneries I have created, this is a fairly "light" depiction. Not too heavy on the eye candy, nor on the frame rates. Scenery is by Matthew Ministry and the images for most of the textures were provided by Manu Mistry. 2MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
0.29Mb (900 downloads)
FS2004 Nevada Airports AFCAD Update. with new taxi ways and runways. AFCAD files for : Jean ------Jean Field OL7 Searchlight-----Searchlight Strip --1L3 Voc Tech--- Voc Teck Sand Strip ---NV26. Jose Gutierrez. 293K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Himalayan Peaks Mesh - Namcha Barwa
15.09Mb (2681 downloads)
FS2004 Himalayan Peaks Mesh - Namcha Barwa Highly detailed mesh based on Shuttle Radar (SRTM) data but with many of the void areas filled with elevation data generated from topographic maps by Jonathan de Ferranti. The "Himalayan Peaks" series contains LOD10 terrain mesh of prominent peaks and ridges. There will also be a LOD9 "base mesh" series of the Himalayas. Compiled for FS by Holger Sandmann. Fully compatible with FS2002. 15.4MB
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive
 
FS2004
                  Ben Het Airfield / Special Forces Camp Vietnam, late 60's
0.27Mb (1017 downloads)
FS2004 Ben Het Airfield / Special Forces Camp Vietnam, late 60's. This remote base was located in the mountains near the Ho Chi Minh Trail, about eight miles west of Dak To Airfield. Ben Het was almost constantly under attack throughout the war. In 1969, a battle between US and NVA armored units was fought here and several NVA tanks were destroyed. Tank battles were a rare event in Vietnam. The PSP runway at Ben Het was 1,500' long with a helicopter landing pad at each end. Consequently, only C-7 Caribous and other short-field capable aircraft could land there. In December 1970, Ben Het Airfield was turned over to the ARVN Rangers. George Knowles. 834K
Posted Jun 23, 2008 14:24 by archive