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FS2000 Grumman Skyrocket (XF5F-1) This FSDS design is modeled after the original short nose Skyrocket. It has full moving parts, a sliding transparent canopy, and a panel modeled from an actual photo. By Paul Clawson. 398K

National Airlines Super H Constellation for FS2000 by Dave McQueen January 20, 2001 This is a new Lockheed Super Constellation simulation updated from a FS98/FS2000 released Jan 4, 2000, one year ago. The file includes a number of improvements over the older simulation. 1.6MB

FS2000 P-51D Mustang In March 1944, Lt. Roscoe Brown, Jr. completed his pilot training at the Tuskegee Army Air Base. He was then assigned to the 100th Fighter Squadron of the 332nd Fighter Group. Flying his P-51 Mustang painted with the distinctive red tails he began escorting bomber groups into battle. During Roscoe Brown's flights he was credited with 68 combat missions with two aerial victories one of which was a German Me 262 Jet, three enemy aircraft on the ground and more than 13 locomotives. Neither he nor any of the Tuskegee Airmen ever lost a bomber in air-to-air combat that they were escorting. Roscoe Brown was promoted to Captain in April 1945 and became the Commander of the 100th Fighter Squadron. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross. the Air Medal with Eight Oak Leaf Clusters and the Presidential Unit Citation. Moving parts and night time textures for the virtual cockpit. Flight Model contains a true FS2000 airfile.Engine starts and shutdowns work. Sliding canopy activates when gear retracts.High detailed cockpit can be viewed from spot plane view. Pilots head turns left and right,with joystick movement.This is a fully funtional demo model and will be part of a forthcoming commercial release by Blue Arrow and FCS. FS2000 Sound set is a (Flightsim.com FS2000 Gold Seal Approved sound set) By Roger Dial (Blue Arrow FS)Sound by Mike Hambly. (Blue Arrow FS) Flight model by Bruce Thorson. 8.4MB

FS2000 Grumman F2F-6 Duck. One of the US Navy's most enduring and popular multirole airplanes. Includes both Wheel and Float versions. All moving parts. By Tom Schaad. Features panel by John McGUIGAN. 827K

FS2000 Dewoitine D-338 French Tri-Motored Passenger Liner from the 1930's. Features panel, all moving parts and a true FS2000 .air file with start-up and shut-down engine sounds. By Tom Schaad. 767K

CFS2-FS2000 Boeing B-17F "Lucky 7" This is a bare metal Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress painted to look like an earlier model E appropriate for the Pacific Theater in 1941-42. Two version are include. CFS2 (by default) & FS2000. B17F contest candidate. Original build with AD2000v2.0 by Hervé Devred - Michel Melchior A.C.T. publishing. Repaint job by Walter Myers. 1MB

FS2000 RAF BRISTOL BLENHEIM Mk IV. Original model by Hervé Devred, as modified with moving parts by D Kahlstom. Repaint and panel by John Rushby-Smith. Original Freeware gauges by Chuck Dome and others. 992K

FS 2000 Curtiss XP-40. The XP-40 first flew in 1938 and was the forerunner of the most produced US fighter of WW2. It's performance was often belittled compared to the Mustang or Thunderbolt but it was produced before and after the other two. This FSDS project includes full moving parts, a transparent sliding canopy, reflective surfaces and a P.Casey P-40 panel. By Paul Clawson. 436K

CFS2/FS2000 B-17F ROYAL AIR FORCE This is a Boeing B-17F Flying Fortress painted to look like an RAF Mk.IIAA (equivalent to the B-17F) that served with British Coastal Command as a long-range maritime reconnaissance aircraft in the European theater 1942-1945. CFS2 and FS2OOO separate configuration Original AD2000 plane by Hervé Devred. B17F repaint Contest candidate. Repaint by Walter Myers. 650K

CFS2 ONLY and FS2000 only! Mike Pupich purchased this aircraft from Paramont Studios after it was in the film "Catch 22". Later after beginning the resotoration work he met some original crewmembers of the 390th Squadron, 42nd Bomb Group "Crusaders", of the 13th Air Force who were originally stationed in the South Pacific theater during the War. Mike decided then and there to re-do the aircraft just like the original. The original aircraft was flown by Charlie Wells. He flew four missions with the original "Heavenly Body" as copilot and 38 missions as pilot. The stellar moment for this aircraft was when "Heavenly Body" roared off the deck of the USS Ranger on 21 April 1992 to honor the 50th anniversary of the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. Today she does airshows nationwide and it looks like there will be many years of pleasure from her to come. This original model was done by Roger Dial, Mike Hambly and Bruce Thorson. Re-paint by J-P "Gray Wolf" Demmerle. 2.8MB