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This is a FSX only complete .dds textures for the default FSX Douglas DC-3. Aircraft represented is a Spanish 792 Squadron, 79 Wing (in the AGA, Air Force pilots Academy) based on San Javier, Murcia, during last 60īs and first 70īs. Spanish ones were of many types, from DC-3 to various C-47 that were in the Air Force, then many in Iberia Spanish airlines, Spantax, Aeroflete, etc, and some of them again in the Air Force.
Posted Feb 12, 2009 14:40 by Ala13_ManOWar
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Fs2004/FSX Spitfire MK V B Tropical. The Mk VB(trop) (or type 352) could be identified by the large Vokes air filter fitted under the nose; the reduced speed of the air to the supercharger had a detrimental effect on the performance of the aircraft, but the decreased performance was considered acceptable. Many were sent overseas, with the majority of them being used either in North Africa and the Mediterranean or in the Far East.rnTotal production was 6,487. Original CFS2 mdl by Brunosk, textures by Sopwith Chameleon. Upgraded to FS9/FSX by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 8, 2009 12:16 by A.F.Scrub
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These are Austrian Air Force textures for the excellent Fiat G-46 (FS2004 and FSX models available) by I. D'Attomo and G. Quai. In 1957 the newly founded Austrian airforce received five aircraft of this type as a present from Italy. They were mainly used as trainers for formation flight, first at Zeltweg AFB, then at Linz Hoersching until 1963. This particular aircraft was on exhibition at Zeltweg airport's celebration of "50 years of Austrian Air Force" in 2005. By Roman E. Krauss.
FSX Version here:find-file?fileId=2012
Posted Feb 7, 2009 08:58 by Roman Krauss
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The RAF was allocated 316 B-25Js as Mitchell Mk. IIIs. Approximately 240 were delivered from August 1944 and began to replace Mitchell Mk. IIs in No. 2 Group from November 1944. The Mitchell III is known to have served with Nos. 98, 180, 226 and 320 Squadrons. This package is optimised for use with FSX Service Pack 2. Other versions might present texture issues. VC, Custom Sounds, Self Installer. Created by Roy Chaffin and Steve Wayne of R.C.S. Panels
Posted Feb 6, 2009 21:58 by Justin "BigTruck" Jo
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FS2004/FSX Lagg-3 WW2 Fighter The Lagg-3 came close to its rival Bf-109F in performance and was superior in manoeuvrability. In combat, LaGG-3's main advantage was its strong airframe. Although the laminated wood did not burn it shattered severely when hit by high explosive rounds. The LaGG-3 was, however, a capable design in its own right and well-liked by its pilots and ground crew alike. Production of the LaGG-3 was completed in the late summer of 1942 with a total of 6,528 built. Two versions included. Original CFS2 model by Thicko, upgraded to FS2004/FSX by A.F.Scrub
Posted Feb 1, 2009 17:15 by A.F.Scrub
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and some photos from official documents. FIAT G46 Italian Air Force. Some gauges are default gauges and some have been created by the authors. Included in this model there is also a simple Virtual Cockpit, with working essential flight instruments and animated flight controls.Capt. I. D'Attomo Capt. G.Quai
Posted Jan 25, 2009 08:13 by Capt. I. D'Attomo
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Grumman Goose G21 FSX / Acceleration / XP /Tested The Grumman Goose was originally designed to fulfil a most unique role. The Goose was thought to be the perfect method of transport for Manhattan millionaires to fly to Miami. The potential of the Goose was soon recognized to be beyond that of a weekend luxury flyer, and rapidly it became the utility plane of choice for several air services. Because of its amphibious nature, generous interior space, and rugged construction which enabled the Goose to go just about anywhere it was quickly adopted by the Coast Guard as a rescue plane. The 51st G-21 was the second of a lot of four that was ordered by Peru. Manufactured in 1938, Darrell Terry flew it from Boeing Field in Seattle to Juneau, AK in 1974 where it was operated by Southeast Skyways. During 1982 and 1983, N327 appeared on TV as "Cutter's Goose" in ABC's "Tales of the Gold Monkey." It was eventually sold to James Templeton and later to Jim Chrysler who operated Chrysler Air in Washington and N327 was given a blue and yellow paint scheme. By Lynn and Bill Lyons Updated for FSX by the Nor-Cal Prop Club.
Posted Jan 24, 2009 16:05 by Ted.T
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FS2004/FSX Heinkel He112b WW2 Fighter. The He 112 fighters were designed by Heinkel in response to Luftwaffe's call for a monoplane fighter that could attain a high speed, which the He 112 design fulfilled, but the contract eventualy went to the Messerschmitt Bf 109 design due to He 112's expensive price tag and perhaps partially due to the crashes during performance review. Even though the BF109 won the Luftwaffe contract, Heinkel still produced 98 He.112's. It was mostly used by Spain, Japan, Rumania and Hungary. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jan 24, 2009 05:07 by A.F.Scrub
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This is an update for FSX Acceleration of the Grumman Goose by Mike Stone. I have added float points, changed some gauges, aliased the sound to the default Grumman Goose, and adjusted the flight dynamics. This is the whole aircraft. No virtual cockpit. Bob Chicilo.
Posted Jan 24, 2009 04:13 by Bob Chicilo