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FHC's Ki-43-Ib Texture
FHC's Ki-43-Ib Texture
1.32Mb (329 downloads)
This is a texture file for Akemi Mizoguchi's sim of the Ki-43-Ik from "Hagochu's Japanese Fighters 2nd Package" (See link below) It represents the Ki-43 Ib owned by Paul Allen's 'Flying Heritage Collection', at Paine Field, Everett, Washington captured in Rabaul in 1945. The Nakajima Ki-43 "Hayabusa" (Perigrine Falcon) Allied Code Name "Oscar" reportedly shot down more Allied aircraft in WWII than any other enemy aircraft, and was one of the most prevalent Japanese Army aircraft in service. This is the only example of this fighter still airworthy.
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Posted Aug 12, 2015 04:37 by Mark Powell
 
FSX Avro Lancaster MkI KC-D for 617 Sqd Attack on Tirpitz
FSX Avro Lancaster MkI KC-D for 617 Sqd Attack on Tirpitz
41.94Mb (2520 downloads)
This is a Plane-Design fs9 MkI Lancaster converted and modified for use in FSX. It is a fully flyable aircraft set up to drop a horizontal version of a Tallboy bomb from 14000 ft with a possible impact accuracy of 15 feet using my simulated SABS Bombsight. Lancaster paint and Tallboy droppable object by Koos van Menen of The Netherlands. Special version of the Tirpitz provided by Erwin Welker from which static models were created in SAMM to illustrate the video roll over. Only the upright version is supplied in this package. One of 5 Lancasters used to make a video for the International Bomber Command Centre in Lincoln UK to illustrate interviews with veterans who were on the raid. Package by Ross McLennan.
Posted Aug 4, 2015 21:59 by Ross McLennan
 
FSX/FS2004 Package Boeing P-26 Peashooter
FSX/FS2004 Package Boeing P-26 Peashooter
5.21Mb (1307 downloads)
FS2004/FSX/Acceleration Package Boeing P-26 Peashooter with photorealistic panel and static VC in six paint schemes. The original model is made by David Wooster, the model conversion with static VC is made by Michael Pook and the 2D panels in four different colours are made by Erwin Welker
Posted Aug 4, 2015 02:25 by Erwin Welker
 
FSX A-26 Lady Liberty Textures
FSX A-26 Lady Liberty Textures
4.05Mb (473 downloads)
On of the most aesthetically pleasing aircraft of the Second World War was the Douglas A-26 Invader, created as a replacement for the aging A-20 Havoc. The Commemorative Air Force flies one of the best examples of this design - the Lady Liberty, an A-26B. Earlier in its career, she was flown with the glass nose of an A-26-C. This texture represents that plane.
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Posted Aug 1, 2015 16:58 by Mark Powell
 
NAS N3N-3 Biplane
NAS N3N-3 Biplane
22.29Mb (1723 downloads)
This is the NAS N2N-3 Biplane, recently uploaded by A. F. Scrub, with new panel options. The package includes the same phantastic model, but features both a new VC configuration and a completely newly designed 2D panel. Both panels have been thoroughly reworked on the basis of the real panel of this aircraft. In addition, smoke effect as well as new camera views have been added, out of which one of them is the trainee's rear cockpit view, and VC light has also been added to enable the pilot to fly by night. Original model by A. F. Scrub and Mich Morissey, new panels, smoke effect and camera views by Michael Pook and Erwin Welker.
Posted Jul 31, 2015 20:58 by Michael Pook
 
Iberia DH-90 Dragonfly
Iberia DH-90 Dragonfly
22.37Mb (1702 downloads)
This aircraft was purchased in France by the Aviation Republican during the Civil War, was the F-APDE. After the war serving with the Spanish Air Force with the 40-2 code. Between the years 1939-1940 is acquired by Iberia, being registered EC-BAA and baptized "Chacon". Full aircraft by Keith Paine, texture by Juan Villamor.
Posted Jul 31, 2015 04:34 by Juan Villamor
 
FSX N3N Biplane Trainer
FSX N3N Biplane Trainer
8.17Mb (1549 downloads)
FSX N3N Biplane Trainer. Following successful tests this neat little biplane trainer was built in both landplane and seaplane versions. The N3N was used extensively in U.S. Navy primary flying training schools throughout WWII, with the majority becoming surplus immediately when the war ended. The last N3N seaplanes, where retired in 1961. They were the final biplanes to be used in U.S. military service. GMAX model (tested in FS2004/FSX Acceleration) by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jul 28, 2015 10:24 by A.F.Scrub
 
FSX Polikarpov I-16 Ishak Updated
FSX Polikarpov I-16 Ishak Updated
35.97Mb (1422 downloads)
This is an FSX megapack of the Russian WII fighter Polikarpov 1-16 Isha, earliar updated for FSX by Eric Hertzberger from a CF2 model. However, this package only features 12 selected liveries out of the original package, but it offers both a completely new advanced and enhanced VC and 2D panel. The VC now has been modified to get rid of the grahic bug in FSX, which displayed transparent sections of the VC walls. In addition, smoke effect has been added and an improved flight tuning now enables the aircraft to get airborne at a normal rate.Original model by Ivan Hsu, additional great textures by Morton and first update for FSX by Eric Hertzberger. New enhanced VC, smoke effect as well as new flight tuning by Michael Pook.
Posted Jul 27, 2015 11:28 by Michael Pook
 
FSX  North American A36 Apache/ Invader
FSX  North American A36 Apache/ Invader
8.44Mb (1465 downloads)
FSX North American A36 Apache/ Invader Unofficially named the "Invader," the A-36A Apache dive bomber was the first U.S. Army Air Forces version of the Mustang (the Mustang was officially developed for Britain in 1940). The first A-36 flew in September 1942, and North American completed production of 500 A-36As in March 1943. A-36A pilots flew bomber escort and strafing missions as well as ground support bombing attacks. GMAX models, guns and cannon variants (tested in FSX acceleration and FS2004) by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Jul 27, 2015 03:34 by A.F.Scrub
 
I-16 Ishak Flying Heritage Texture
I-16 Ishak Flying Heritage Texture
1.37Mb (223 downloads)
Flying Heritage textures for the Erik Hertzberger update of Ivan Hsu Polikarpov I-16 Ishak megapack.
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Posted Jul 24, 2015 01:53 by Mark Powell