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The Douglas A2D Skyshark was an American turboprop-powered attack aircraft built by the Douglas Aircraft Company for the United States Navy. Due to the failure of the attempt to produce a reliable engine for the Skyshark, it never entered operational service. Only twelve were built, two prototypes and ten preproduction aircraft. Most were scrapped or destroyed in accidents, and only one has survived. Ths is a revised panel update for the Douglas A2D-1 Skyshark by the late Paul Clawson and features enhanced panels as well as smoke effect. My earliar upload of this model contained a serious panel bug, which caused an FS crash everytime you tried to use the radar popup window. So this update is also a fix for that issue. Sorry for the inconvenience! Thanks to Paul Clawson for the original model, to Erwin Welker for the extra camera views and to LLS for the additional repaints. New panels and smoke by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 22, 2017 15:24 by Michael Pook
4.72Mb (1248 downloads)
The Howard DGA-15 became available in 1940. It was considered a "Luxury Liner" of the day and competed most favorably with the Beech Staggerwing and Stinson Reliant. About 40 civilian versions were produced and more were made for the Navy for an Air Ambulance role and the Air Corps for use as a utility transport. The term DGA stands for "Damn Good Airplane" and the P after the -15 designates this plane had a Pratt and Whitney engine. This is an FSX/FS2004/P3D (Vers.3) update for the DGA-15 featuring new enhanced VC and 2D panels, new smoke effect and extra camera views. All credits go to the late Paul Clawson for the original model. Panel updates and smoke by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 20, 2017 15:21 by Michael Pook
11.00Mb (497 downloads)
The Fairchild Super 71 was a parasol mounted high wing monoplane cargo transport aircraft built by Fairchild Aircraft Ltd. (Canada). It was the first plane designed specifically for use as a bush plane in the remote and northern locales of Canada. This is a panel update for the Super 71 by the late Paul Clawson featuring a new enhanced VC and a 2D panel added, as there was none included in the original package. I've also included smoke effect. All credits go to Paul Claswson for for the original model. Panel updates and smoke by Michael Pook. The model probably runs in FS2004 and P3D/3 as well.
Posted Aug 18, 2017 08:57 by Michael Pook
4.79Mb (917 downloads)
The Northrop Gamma was a single-engine all-metal monoplane cargo aircraft used in the 1930s. Towards the end of its service life, it was developed into the A-17 light bomber. The aircraft was a further development of the successful Northrop Alpha and shared its predecessor's aerodynamic innovations with wing fillets and multicellular stressed-skin wing construction. Like late Alphas, the fixed landing gear was covered in distinctive aerodynamic spats, and the aircraft introduced a fully enclosed cockpit. This is an FSX update for the FS2004 model by the late Paul Clawson featuring new enhanced VC and 2D panels with authentic gauges. Also included are new smoke effect and new camera views. Credits go to Paul Clawson for the original model and to Erwin Welker for the extra camera views. Panel updates and smoke configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 17, 2017 08:16 by Michael Pook
29.33Mb (1967 downloads)
Junkers Ju-52/3m China Eurasia NO.17 package Model by O.Fischer, featuring detailed virtual cockpit, 2d panel and sound. Textures by Liao Yitong. Works in FSX and P3D up to V3 (not v4).
Posted Aug 17, 2017 05:41 by Liao Yitong
13.05Mb (1150 downloads)
The Hughes H-1 was a racing aircraft built by Hughes Aircraft in 1935. It set a world airspeed record of 352 mph and a transcontinental speed record across the United States. The H-1 Racer was the last aircraft built by a private individual to set the world speed record; most aircraft to hold the honor since have been military designs. This is an FSX update for the FS2004 model by Tim Conrad featuring new enhanced VC and 2D panels with now more authentic gauges, which pretty much resemble the real panel. Included is smoke effect and the Flight dynamics have been corrected, as the aircraft tended to turn extremely left during take-off. All credits go to Tim Conrad for this awesome aircraft. Panel, smoke and FDE updates by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 15, 2017 06:41 by Michael Pook
4.36Mb (1209 downloads)
The Coronado was the only 4 engine patrol bomber in US navy service at the outbreak of WW2. I t served very well with it's 5000 mile patrol range. Over 200 were produced and it served into 1942 when it was gradually replaced with the Martin Mariner. This is an FSX panel update for the FS2004 Consolidated PB2Y Coronado Flying Boat by the late Paul Clawson. It features both an entirely new VC and 2D panel. The contact points have been corrected and smoke is included now as well. Thanks to Paul Clawson for the original model. All FSX updates by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 10, 2017 14:31 by Michael Pook
289.15Mb (2501 downloads)
The Vultee XP-54 for FSX Native v1.1 Flight Simulator aircraft package by Milton Shupe, military panel and VC textures by Nigel Richards, gauges by Scott Thomas, exterior paint map and textures by Mike Kelley and prototype flight models by Shupe/Falley; racing FM and textures versions by James Banks. Includes three models, 12 liveries, custom panels and flight models. Be sure to read the XP-54_Aircraft_Index that explains differences in the models and their performance, Model Designer : Milton Shupe Flight Dynamics : Military original by Milton Shupe, Tom Falley, racing FMs by James Banks Panel and Gauges : Nigel Richards, Scott Thomas, Milton Shupe, James Banks XML Gauges : Scott Thomas with mods by Nigel, Milton, and James Textures : Mike Kelley and James Banks Sounds : Nigel Richards and James Banks Special Effects : Copyright by Microsoft Documentation : Mike Kelley Research Assistance : Members of Sim-outhouse Testing : Team Alpha testing, SOH membership - Beta Tests. Works in FSX and P3d >v3 and v4. Milton Shupe August 2017
Posted Aug 8, 2017 08:43 by Milton Shupe
28.16Mb (706 downloads)
The NAA O-47 was a 3 crew member observation plane developed in the late 1930's. It had many windows for use with the huge Fairchild camera of those days. This role quickly changed to a fast unarmed aircraft for most of WW2. Most of the O-47's were assigned to ANG units and served in many training roles. This is an FSX update of the aircraft with both a new VC and 2D panel. Original model by the late Paul Clawson and the great sound by "Elmo's FSX SoundSets", panel updates and smoke configuration by Michael Pook.
Posted Aug 3, 2017 12:50 by Michael Pook