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Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS 1./NJGr 10
13.81Mb (68 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 1./NJGr 10, August 1944 Pilot: Maj. Freidrich-Karl Müller Müller recorded 30 night victories and survived the war. The first G-6/AS aircraft reached frontline units in early April, 1944 - III/JG, I/JG5 and II/JG11. I/JG3 received them in May and II/JG/27 got theirs in June, along with a few going to NJGr.10. There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6/AS, as the production included conversions of basic G-6 models and different radio equipment, oil cooler types, antenna masts, etc. were available at different times during the production runs. So each model we have created has it's own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible framerates. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community. Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.
Posted Feb 16, 2019 12:43 by Team Daedalus
 
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS 2./JG3
13.41Mb (78 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 2./JG3 Burg bei Brandenburg, May 1944 Pilot: Usually flown by Fw. Horst Petzschler, but was shot down on May 30 being flown by Fw. Otto Büsser (KIA) I./JG3 and II./JG3 were routinely assigned to fly top cover hence the light blue RLM 76 overall camouflage thought appropriate for such high altitude missions. The first G-6/AS aircraft reached frontline units in early April, 1944 - III/JG, I/JG5 and II/JG11. I/JG3 received them in May and II/JG/27 got theirs in June, along with a few going to NJGr.10. There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6/AS, as the production included conversions of basic G-6 models and different radio equipment, oil cooler types, antenna masts, etc. were available at different times during the production runs. So each model we have created has its own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible frame rates. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community. Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly
Posted Feb 16, 2019 12:42 by Team Daedalus
 
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS 2./JG3
13.41Mb (46 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 2./JG3 Burg bei Brandenburg, May 1944 Pilot: Usually flown by Fw. Horst Petzschler, but was shot down on May 30 being flown by Fw. Otto Büsser (KIA) I./JG3 and II./JG3 were routinely assigned to fly top cover hence the light blue RLM 76 overall camouflage thought appropriate for such high altitude missions. The first G-6/AS aircraft reached frontline units in early April, 1944 - III/JG, I/JG5 and II/JG11. I/JG3 received them in May and II/JG/27 got theirs in June, along with a few going to NJGr.10. There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6/AS, as the production included conversions of basic G-6 models and different radio equipment, oil cooler types, antenna masts, etc. were available at different times during the production runs. So each model we have created has its own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible frame rates. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community. Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.
Posted Feb 16, 2019 12:41 by Team Daedalus
 
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS 9./JG1
13.84Mb (85 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 9./JG1 Paderborn, May 1944 Pilot: unknown The first G-6/AS aircraft reached frontline units in early April, 1944 - III/JG, I/JG5 and II/JG11. I/JG3 received them in May and II/JG/27 got theirs in June, along with a few going to NJGr.10. There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6/AS, as the production included conversions of basic G-6 models and different radio equipment, oil cooler types, antenna masts, etc. were available at different times during the production runs. So each model we have created has its own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible frame rates. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community. Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.
Posted Feb 16, 2019 12:40 by Team Daedalus
 
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS  I./EJG2
13.28Mb (81 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/AS by Design Team Daedalus Unit: Stab I./EJG2 (Ergänzungsjagdgeschwader 2), Thüringen, April/May 1945 Pilot: unknown senior instructor pilots EJG2 was a night fighter replacement training unit. Senior pilots sometimes flew interception missions as well as training tyros. The first G-6/AS aircraft reached frontline units in early April, 1944 - III/JG, I/JG5 and II/JG11. I/JG3 received them in May and II/JG/27 got theirs in June, along with a few going to NJGr.10. There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6/AS, as the production included conversions of basic G-6 models and different radio equipment, oil cooler types, antenna masts, etc. were available at different times during the production runs. So each model we have created has its own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible frame rates. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community. Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.
Posted Feb 16, 2019 12:39 by Team Daedalus
 
FS2004/FSX/Accel/IL-2 Sturmovik Camo Textures
FS2004/FSX/Accel/IL-2 Sturmovik Camo Textures
0.98Mb (171 downloads)
FS2004/FSX/Accel/IL-2 Camo Textures for Kazunori Itos Sturmovik (requires il2_sv22.zip or il2_Stur.zip). Repaint by Erwin Welker
Required files:
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Posted Jan 16, 2019 04:22 by Erwin Welker
 
FS2004/FSX Gloster Gladiator
FS2004/FSX Gloster Gladiator
13.72Mb (850 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Gloster Gladiator. The Gloster Gladiator was a British-built biplane fighter; its last such fighter. It was used by the Royal Air Force. First flown in 1934 it was rendered obsolete by newer monoplane designs even as it was being introduced to the RAF in 1937 with its new enclosed cockpit and four guns. Two models are included here, the Mk1 and the Mk2, the main difference between them being the use of a three blade prop on the Mk2. Modelled by Dave Molyneaux.
Posted Jan 2, 2019 07:15 by uploader
 
Fairchild C-82 Packet
Fairchild C-82 Packet
29.78Mb (446 downloads)
The C-82 Packet is a twin-engined, twin-boom cargo aircraft designed and built by Fairchild Aircraft. It was used briefly by the United States Army Air Forces and the successor United States Air Force following World War II. The aircraft was named as a tribute to the packet boats that hauled mail, passengers and freight in Europe and its colonies, including North American rivers and canals, for most of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Posted Dec 21, 2018 11:55 by Peter Mercy
 
FS2004/FSX Farman 223.4
FS2004/FSX Farman 223.4
8.01Mb (483 downloads)
FS2004/FSX Farman 223.4 The Second World War saw probably no more remarkable a transformation than that undergone by the Farman 223.4 which, intended for use as a transatlantic mailplane, was pressed into service as a strategic bomber and gained the distinction of being the first Allied bomber to attack Berlin ! Upgrade to FS2004/FSX by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Dec 12, 2018 05:15 by A.F.Scrub
 
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/R6 1./JG27
12.27Mb (179 downloads)
Messerschmitt Bf109G-6/R6 by Design Team Daedalus Unit: 1./JG27 Fels am Wagram, Austria Spring 1944 Pilot: unknown There is no "standard" Bf 109G-6, as the production run spanned 2 years, it underwent many modifications and updates along the way. So each model we have created has it's own unique features. Pstrany developed the models using Paul Rebuffat's Messerschmitt model - with permission - as a starting framework and updated the shape, and added a plethora of details, new parts, and ideas. Pstrany also developed the models for the drop tanks, weapons and racks. Captain Kurt created paints for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, the air files and the aircraft.cfg files. Mav SCASM edited each model so that they have animated wing slats, drop tanks, and other features, as well as optimizing models for the best possible framerates. Mav also developed the idea for the 2d panel to be offset for the Revi gunsight to match the CFS2 reticle. We have all benefited from the assistance and guidance of others in the community, Special thanks to Wolfi and Huub Vink for their kind assistance and to all who have contributed their knowledge directly and indirectly.
Posted Nov 28, 2018 10:35 by Design Team Daedalus
 
 
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