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Old USMC flight training base. Last runway closed in 1956. Now it's one USMC base with name Bellows AFS (Air Force Station), the 298th Regiment, Multi-Functional Training Unit (MFTU), Regional Training Institute (RTI). And one recreational center or soldiers. I have make a fictionnal airport with 8 GA Small, 3 GA Medium, 2 GA Large, 2 Cargo, 2 helipads, 3 runway (1 for ultralight), NDB, VOR/DME, ILS. It's a version 2 with one other controltower, the beacon repositioned and one new AI trafic. Built with ADE. By Jean-Jacques Parel
Posted Jan 20, 2016 17:02 by Jean-Jacques Parel
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RAF Downham Market was a Royal Air Force station in the west of the county of Norfolk in the United Kingdom which operated during the second half of the Second World War. Opening as a satellite station for RAF Marham in the Summer of 1942. The station was equipped with three concrete runways, six T2 hangars were built, three of which were for the storage of gliders, 36 hard-standings were also built, although this dropped to 34 when an additional B1 hangar was added. After closure as an operational airfield in 1946, the airfield remained in a derelict state until it was finally sold in 1957.
Posted Jan 18, 2016 09:00 by Terry Boissel
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Aeroclub de Kourou, French Guiana, photo scenery v2. Inmproved markings (runway, taxiway, parking) Asphalt textures. ADDED 3D ground with holes. 3D Grass. Reflective Windows. New Building (mobil home). Custom ground textures. Landclass around the airfield). Edge light (Taxiway only). Taxi sign. Generic cars and aircraft. New version of my previous scenery. new techniques used, improved etc... enjoy. By AvianaScenery & David Hoeffgen
Posted Jan 14, 2016 18:06 by Aviana Scenery
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RAF Docking was a RAF Station of the Second World War a few miles from Bircham Newton in Norfolk. It was a satellite airfield for the RAF Coastal Command station at RAF Bircham Newton and was mostly used for overflow from there. Opening in 1940 the life of the station only lasted for the duration of the war and it closed in 1945 and was sold off the MOD books in 1958 This scenery is a representation of RAF Docking I am not claiming it to be in anyway an accurate reflection of the actual Station, however, I know the buildings I have used were in use at RAF Docking except for the B1 hangar, Docking had an A1 hangar.
Posted Jan 13, 2016 11:17 by Terry Boissel
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Charlotte/Douglas Intl (KCLT) North Carolina. This is an update of Ray Smith's file kclt_rs_fsx.zip, modified with his permission, Ray has also given permission to upload this update to FlightSim.Com. This airport update is for KCLT with two optional files made only for FSX: one version with the Crosswind runway 5/23 activated and in full operation where all 4 runways will be used for takeoff/landing and one version as the default runway operation: assigned parking updated as per their website which now includes gates for American airlines as well as US Airways for those using older flightplans, taxiways and taxi signs updated to the latest charts, helipad included, extra fuel trucks, support vehicle roads rebuilt and many other scenery improvements added, airport views are from the roof of the control tower (when in tower view) please view the readme before installation. By Craig Scott
Posted Jan 13, 2016 07:56 by Mike Lietz
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RAF Deopham Green is a former Royal Air Force station located near Deopham Green 2 miles (3.2 km) north of Attleborough, Norfolk, England. Built to the usual class A layout for the Americans the station was occupied by the B17g's of 452 Bomb Group in January 1944 and throughout the remainder of the war. The station was handed back to the RAF after the war when the Americans returned to the United States. The airfield was closed in 1948.
Posted Jan 12, 2016 18:21 by Terry Boissel
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Rednal opened as an RAF base on the 8th April 1942. Number 61 Operational Training Unit was located here between the 16th April 1942 and June 1945 under 81 Group Fighter Command. The training unit moved to Rednal from Heston, equipped for the most part with Spitfires. On June 16 1945, 61 OTU moved to Keevil in Wiltshire. Rednal was no longer wanted and was reduced to Care and Maintenance, then finally sold off in 1962. Rednal Airfield is now owned by the local Mostyn-Owen family and is home to a number of activities, including paint-balling and go-karting, as well of course being the operational base for Rednal Aviation. Source:Aviation North-West
Posted Jan 10, 2016 20:52 by Terry Boissel
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Originally built as an RAF Bomber Command station the airfield was grass-surfaced and located on slightly rolling land with a hard surface perimeter track. Initially it was used by aircraft of No. 21 Squadron RAF and No. 82 Squadron RAF (No. 2 Group) Bomber Command. They carried operations over France and later the Netherlands and even Norway. Their Bristol Blenheim IVs were joined on occasions by, in May 1941, 90 Squadron evaluating its new Boeing Fortress Mk 1s some Handley Page Hampdens for mining operations. 90 Squadron suffered heavy casualties and the use of the Fortress I was discontinued. Towards October 1942, the Blenheims were changed to Lockheed Venturas but the squadron moved on to RAF Methwold before the Venturas were operational. RAF Bodney was transferred to the United States Army Air Forces in the summer of 1943. Placed under the jurisdiction of VIII Fighter Command of Eighth Air Force, it was primarily the home of the 352d Fighter Group, the "Blue Nosed Bastards of Bodney". The unit briefly moved to Belgium in January 1945 due to the Battle of the Bulge, although it returned in April. It was closed after the 352d returned to the United States in November. Source: Wikipedia
Posted Jan 9, 2016 08:37 by Terry Boissel
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Kavik River Camp is a remote outpost in north Alaska. Approximately 170 miles north of the Arctic Circle, the camp caters to hunters, scientists and thrill seekers during the summer months, and during winter, owner Sue Aikens upholds and maintains the site. Kavik was featured on National Geographic's "Life Below Zero"
Posted Jan 6, 2016 17:14 by Mark Piccolo - Soarfly Concepts