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. The Blackburn Roc was a British - built Royal Navy dive bomber / fighter..It was built as a development of the Skua (also as a carrier based aircraft) and first flew in 1938. In all 136 were built having been ordered before its first flight.Delivery to the Navy started in 1939 but squadrons disliked the Roc claiming it was inferior to the Skua. In 1940 Rocs were relegated to air-sea rescue and target towing duties before being withdrawn from service in 1943. A floatplane version was originally planned but the prototype conversion proved unstable and crashed and no further production was carried out. Also the addition of floats cause a serious decrease in airspeed on what was already a relatively slow out-dated fighter. Modelled by Dave Molyneaux.
Posted May 25, 2020 02:35 by uploader
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FSX/FS2004 HA-1112 M Buchon In 1942, the Spanish government arranged a manufacturing licence with Messerschmitt AG to build the Bf 109G-2. Spain produced its own models with different engines.. The final variant was the HA-1112-M1L Buchón (Pouter). It first flew on 29 March 1954 with a 1,600 hp Rolls-Royce Merlin 500-45 engine and Rotol propeller, both purchased as surplus from the UK. This engine had a chin intake, that altered the lines of the Bf 109's airframe. Due to their longevity, Buchóns have appeared in several war films masquerading as Bf 109Es and Gs. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Apr 14, 2020 11:13 by A.F.Scrub
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FSX/FS2004 HA-1112 K In 1942, the Spanish government arranged a manufacturing licence with Messerschmitt AG to build the Bf 109G-2. The DB 605A engines, propellers, instruments and weapons were to be supplied from Germany. This proved impossible. In May 1951, a developed version, the HA-1112-K1L, was produced in Spain with the improved Hispano-Suiza, HS 17-12Z engine installation. Its three-bladed de Havilland Hydromatic propeller earned it the nickname Tripala ("three blades"). GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 30, 2020 06:04 by A.F.Scrub
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FSX/FS2004 Avia S-199m Israel. The Avia S-199 is notable as the first fighter obtained by the Israeli Air Force, and used during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. The type proved unreliable and performed poorly in combat. The type scored victories over its opponents, including the Spitfire. The Avias were mostly withheld from service by the end of October, at which time only six remained operational. The S-199 continued making sporadic sorties until mid-December. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 19, 2020 03:25 by A.F.Scrub
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Textures only for A.F. Scrub's Avia S-199. Aircraft not included; requires the Avia_S199.zip file. This is painted as an aircraft flown by the Israeli Air Force in 1948. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Mar 16, 2020 02:27 by R.E. Wyman
16.95Mb (439 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Blackburn Skua. The Blackburn Skua was a British-built Royal Naval dive bomber and fighter. The first prototype flew in 1937 fitted with a Bristol Mercury radial engine. It first enered service in 1938 - by then all subsequent production of 190 were fitted wth the Bristol Perseus engine. Armament conisted of four wing mounted machine guns and one rearward facing m/c gun on a flexible mount in the rear cockpit. Provision was made for the fitting of a 500 lb bomb on a carriage swinging forward when required. Instead, up to 8 x 20 lb or 4 x 40 lb bombs could be carried on under-wing racks. Although reasonably sucessful initially, it soon proved an easy target to later fighters and so were withdrawn from front-line service in 1941. They were then used as advanced trainers and target tugs until struck off in 1945. Modelled by Dave Molyneaux.
Posted Mar 14, 2020 10:05 by uploader
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FSX/FS2004 Avia S-199 The Avia S-199 is a propeller-driven fighter aircraft built after World War II, notable as the first fighter obtained by the Israeli Air Force, and used during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. Constructed in Czechoslovakia, with parts and plans left over from Luftwaffe aircraft production, the aircraft had numerous problems and was generally unpopular with its pilots. Czechoslovak pilots nicknamed it Mezek ("Mule"), while in Israel it was officially known as the Sakeen ("knife" in Hebrew). In practice, the aircraft was more often called Messerschmitt or Messer (which also means "knife", in German and Yiddish). GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 11, 2020 05:54 by A.F.Scrub
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FS9 Chicago and Southern DC-3 textures(2)for Manfred Jahn and team Douglas C-47. Chicago and Southern textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Feb 29, 2020 21:52 by Gary Harper
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FS2004/FSX Albatross DIII Development of the prototype D.III started in late July or early August 1916. Following the successful Albatros D.I and D.II series, the D.III utilized the same semi-monocoque, plywood-skinned fuselage. but adopted a sesquiplane wing arrangement broadly similar to the French Nieuport 11. The upper wingspan was extended, while the lower wing was redesigned with reduced chord and a single main spar. "V" shaped interplane struts replaced the previous parallel struts. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Feb 26, 2020 09:42 by A.F.Scrub