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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth - Aircraft and General Livery for FS2004. Aircraft by Warwick Carter. Textures by Garry J. Smith. FDE by David Friswell. Updated with Spike's Engine Fire and exhaust effects.
Posted Jun 28, 2012 01:14 by Spike
0.56Mb (489 downloads)
A repaint of John Woodward's Seabee in the scheme of a timber scouting/ferry aircraft used by a logging company in the Pacific Northwest. Textures only, you need seab2k4.zip to use. Repaint by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Jun 26, 2012 14:37 by Don Brynelsen
13.44Mb (571 downloads)
FS2004-C.R.D.A.Cant Z1014 Bomber & Z512 Float Plane Two models,the second derived from the first, both entered in the Long Range Bombers project of the Regia Aeronautica; Z1014 first flight on July 19th, 1940,only 20 were built. None of them entered in service because Piaggio P108 was preferred. Z512 never flew for the first time and remained as project. Model, texture, vc- cockpit F.Giuli. Panel by alphasim. Gauges by other authors
Posted Jun 21, 2012 12:05 by FRANCESCO GIULI
2.92Mb (699 downloads)
Repaint of the David Eckert FS2004 Sopwith Camel. Also works with the W.E. Stephens FSX mod. Although controversy remains, the RAF officially credited Captain Roy Brown with shooting down the Red Baron on April 21, 1918. A less noted distinction of Capt. Brown was that he never lost a single pilot under his command in air combat, a credit to his training methods. Brown finished WWI with 10 aerial victories. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Jun 21, 2012 03:13 by R.E. Wyman
2.76Mb (464 downloads)
Repaint of the David Eckert FS2004 Sopwith Camel. Also works with the W.E. Stephens FSX mod. Captain Oliver “Boots” LeBoutillier was one of the few pilots to witness the downing of the Red Baron, Manfred Von Richtofen. After WWI he enjoyed a small measure of fame as a Hollywood stunt pilot and was also one of Amelia Earhart's flight instructors. Repainted by R.E. Wyman.
Posted Jun 21, 2012 03:08 by R.E. Wyman
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FS2002/FS2004 Fokker D.XXIII. This is a fighter of the Netherlands developed just before World War II. The layout that arranges two engines before and behind the body is taken. Though the test was begun in May, 1939,The low output of the engine it, and cooling a back engine became problems. The Netherlands surrendered by the Netherlands invasion of German army in May, 1940, and development was discontinued. Only one-plane prototype was destroyed afterwards or is said being confiscated to Germany and having been made to the research material. by Kazunori Ito.
Posted Jun 6, 2012 15:48 by k ito