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FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7 - 1917 The Vought VE-7 Bluebird was an early biplane of the United States. First flying in 1917, it was designed as a 2-seat trainer for the United States Army, then adopted by the United States Navy as its very first fighter aircraft. In 1922, a VE-7 became the first plane to take off from an American aircraft carrier. GMAX mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 6, 2017 15:36 by A.F.Scrub
40.61Mb (1533 downloads)
FSX Macchi C.205 package. The Veltro was derived from the C.202 Folgore with the installation of a german Daimler-Benz 605 serie engine. Fast, manouvrable, reliable, it had comparable performances with the Bf109G series. Served mostly in the mediterranean theatre 1943-44. Top speed of 640 km/h at 5600 m, Climb to 2000 m in 1'28'', to 6000 m in 5'55''. Armament was of 2x12.7mm nose section plus 2x 20mm in the wings. Gmax model Features highly detailed historical virtual cockpit with full military equipment, high resolution gauge textures, fully functional and clickable VC cockpit controls via custom XML gauges and XML animations. Multi-lod and accurate flight dynamics included. Corrado La Posta
Posted Mar 6, 2017 09:09 by uploader
12.16Mb (1160 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the C-54B by Jens B. Kristensen. I have added the rest of the wheels; corrected the contact points; changed the size of the GPS; added a trim gauge to both panels; added a more modern autopilot; changed the touchdown effect; and tweeked the flight dynamics. This is just the V3 cargo model. There are 3 variations and 4 paints. Whole aircraft included.
Posted Feb 27, 2017 14:34 by Bob Chicilo.
22.46Mb (1252 downloads)
This is an update for FSX of the DC-4 by Jens B. Kristensen. I have added the rest of the wheels; corrected the contact points; changed the size of the GPS; added a trim gauge to both panels; added a more modern autopilot; changed the touchdown effect; and tweeked the flight dynamics. This is only the passenger model and includes the radar model, it does not included the cargo model. I tried to separate all the passenger paints from the cargo paints; there are 20 paints of this aircraft. Whole aircraft included.
Posted Feb 27, 2017 14:16 by Bob Chicilo.
178.29Mb (7637 downloads)
FSX/FSX-SE/P3D (incl v4) Douglas C-47R (DC-3) Skytrain V3.14 Beta. With this package you have downloaded the probably long awaited update for our Douglas C-47R Skytrain V3.12 Beta edition. The main culprit of the delay happened to be the dreaded FSX bug that prevents ambient 'VCLighting' to be used with VC's that use bump-mapped textures. A lot of unforeseen new texture work was therefore at hand. Anyway, as you will soon see when you take your Skytrain/Dakota/Gooney Bird up for a first night flight, we've made it, bump- mapped textures are still there in the VVC (Vintage Virtual Cockpit) along with ambient 'VC lighting' at dusk/night/dawn. 1 - 0 for us. Models by Manfred Jahn & talented team.
Posted Feb 22, 2017 16:06 by Mike Leitz
4.46Mb (620 downloads)
This texture came about due to the fact that I've built the 48th scale Tamiya kit of this plane many years back when I was still a youngster. I remember being very fond of that model, because of its sheer size. Revised textures by A. Ludick.
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Posted Feb 20, 2017 23:38 by Andre Ludick
16.76Mb (1351 downloads)
FSX/Acceleration/FS2004 Package Curtiss B-36 bomber with parasite fighter McDonnell XF-85 Goblin. This package honours Kazunori Ito's great work and the incredible US concept of equipping a long range bomber with a tiny inceptor within the bombbay. The fighter, hanging on a trapez, was swang out from the bombay and after it was released it should defend the bomber far from the home base. After the fight it was proposed that the fighter returns to the bomber, connecting its hook onto the trapez. This concept was successfully tested with a B-29 but was never done with a B-36. The package contains three models: A) Kazunori Ito's original B-36 with a static XF-85 within the bombbay with animated gun turrets and bombbay. B) Erwin Welker's reworked model of Ito's B-36 with the animation of the XF-85 coming out from the bombbay and flying away. This version is just for flying because of avoiding exceeding the vertices limit of the simulator inside parts of the B-36 (gear,gun turrets and crew) are removed. This version has a VC. C)Kazunori Ito's XF-85, upgradet for FSX by Michael Pook. All original models are made by Kazunori Ito, model rework of the B-36 with the XF-85 animations and all camera definitions by Erwin Welker, all panel rework with FSX-compatible gauges by Michael Pook. Gauges by different authors. Package by Erwin Welker
Posted Feb 18, 2017 03:15 by Erwin Welker
17.95Mb (1090 downloads)
The McDonnell XF-85 Goblin parasite aircraft was developed to protect B-36 bombers flying beyond the range of conventional escort fighters. In theory, a B-36 penetrating enemy territory would carry its protecting fighter in the bomb bay. If attacked by enemy aircraft, the bomber would lower the Goblin on a trapeze and release it to combat the attackers. After the enemy had been driven away, the parasite fighter would return to the bomber, hook onto the trapeze, fold its wings, and be lifted back into the bomb bay. Although the XF-85 was successfully launched and retrieved from an EB-29B on several test flights but was never flown from a B-36. The test program was canceled in late 1949s when mid-air refueling of fighter aircraft for range extension began to show greater promise. This is and FSX Update of the XF-85 by Kazunori Ito. It features a new static VC and a 2D panel with now FSX compatible gauges. I also added lights including VC light as well as smoke effect and slightly changed the flight dynamics. Original model by Kazunori Ito, all updates and static VC by Michael Pook.
Posted Feb 12, 2017 11:01 by Michael Pook
135.57Mb (2608 downloads)
FSX native B-36 Peacemaker. Built by consolidated vultee (Convair) in the late forties, The Convair B-36 Peacemaker was the largest American bomber every produced. Development of the huge plane began in 1941. The Army Air Force wanted a bomber that could fly from the United States to Europe, drop bombs, then return. The prototype first flew on August 8, 1946. The first operational models were delivered to the Strategic Air Command 1948. Included in this file are versions, A, B, D, H, and J models. The A and B versions are textured in FS9 style polished metal textures. Includes a virtual cockpit based on the b-36b cockpit, with a few updated and modern instruments, and a full gauge panel on the engineer station. custom sounds taken from scenes in the movie "strategic air command."
Posted Feb 12, 2017 10:45 by uploader