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FS2004/FSX Broussard. The Max Holste 1521 The Max Holste was developed from the earlier M.H.152, a 1949 design that the French Army asked for but later abandoned. The M.H. 1521 Broussard was a larger version of the M.H.152. Upgrade to FSX by A.F.Scrub
Posted Jun 3, 2016 04:02 by A.F.Scrub
7.52Mb (903 downloads)
This late-war fighter was a product of the innovative James Baker, and was described by such pilots as Eric `Winkle`Brown as the finest single-piston engine fighter ever built. Capable of nearly 500 mph, the MB.5 could out turn and out-climb even the first of the jet fighters, and was years ahead of contemporaries in ergonomics and maintainability. It lacked the political dimension, however, and improved jets were on the horizon. A rather elderly Tim Conrad FS2002-2004 model, originally a CFS2 model, in FSX native, MDLX format. The cockpit is fairly basic, as models of this vintage are, but the externals are great, its an exhilarating flier, even virtually. Also enclosed, a hooked, navalized version, and some service skins- not great, but the repainters ignored this one. (V2 - now includes missing gauges)
Posted Jun 2, 2016 10:01 by LLS
30.24Mb (3904 downloads)
FSX Fightertown Design Group B-17F - Memphis Belle and Sally B Liveries. The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress is possibly, whichever way one looks at it, the most famous of all Allied bomber types that served over World War 2 Europe; they hold this prestigious position, because they were available in far greater numbers than any other bomber used in that theatre, only possibly to be followed by the Consolidated B-24 Liberator. Some B-17 looked very well after their air-crews by bringing them safely home after sustaining some serious battle damage inflicted by the Luftwaffe.
Posted Jun 2, 2016 00:06 by Andre Ludick
20.21Mb (1150 downloads)
Alpha Simulations Supermarine Spitfire MkIX Czech Air Force package . Although only a supposed stop-gap solution, 5,665 MkIX Spitfires were built and it became perhaps the best-known of all the many variants. Based on the MkV airframe, the MkIX used the then new Merlin-66 engine and thus performed much better at high altitude. The one portrayed in this texture pack sports the pointed rudder and flew for years on the British circuit until she was bought by a South African businessman who flew it for about 4 years before selling her to another pilot whom while flying her to her home field she developed serious engine problems after which she crashed and burned, killing the pilot. Revised textures by A. Ludick.
Posted Jun 1, 2016 00:55 by Andre Ludick
2.87Mb (381 downloads)
FSX Supermarine Spitfire MkIX - Extra textures. Textures only for the Alphasim Spitfire Mk IX. These are textures that I've created in order to expand the arsenal of available ones in my FSX, but would like to share them with you all. 2 of these textures depict Spitfires of only a hand full that had female nose-arts applied to them during WW2.
Posted May 30, 2016 03:02 by Andre Ludick
2.45Mb (295 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire PR MkXIX (RAF) textures only for the AF Scrub X1X. Andre Ludick
Posted May 23, 2016 06:05 by Andre Ludick
5.68Mb (362 downloads)
Douglas C-47 Dakota - SAAF (South African Airforce) - Textures. I discovered that there are no camouflaged SAAF Dakotas available as freeware for FSX, and that was what compelled me to create this one. I believe others will definitely find it useful too. This is according to me, possibly my best work to date. The exact model with the appropriate antennas and aerials is not available, so I had to do what I can with what there was to work with as is the case with many of my other attempts. Please excuse whatever inaccuracies there may be?
Posted May 23, 2016 05:55 by Andre Ludick
11.72Mb (359 downloads)
This is an FSX/Acceleration update for the CFS2 Kawanishi Kyofu, converted to FSX by LLS. The package features a new VC and new gauge configuration with all Japanese gauges for both the VC and the 2D panel. Thanks to LLS for the FSX conversion, new VC design and gauge configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted May 22, 2016 12:48 by Michael Pook
16.57Mb (1228 downloads)
The Kawanishi H8K2 was built by the Japanese in 1941. Allied code name was 'Emily. She also had the longest range of any flying boat. Sporting five 20mm cannons in locations around the hull, four hand-held 7.7mm machine guns, protected fuel tanks and crew armor, she was an aircraft treated with high respect by allied fighter pilots ... and allied submariners. The H8 could carry eight 550 lb bombs or two 1764 lb torpedoes along with her 10 man crew. This is a major update of the Emily, converted to FSX by LLS. It now includes a 2D panel and a VC with all Japanese gauges. It also features new camera views and weapons and corrected smoke effect. Thanks to Erwin Welker for the camera views and weapons and to LLS for the FSX conversion. New 2D panel and VC configuration and smoke by Michael Pook.
Posted May 20, 2016 07:58 by Michael Pook