North American F-107 \/YF-107A Package.
The North American YF-107A was intended as a fighter-bomber
based on the F-100 airframe. It featured a partially recessed
weapons bay under the fuselage and underwent drastic design
changes which resulted in the abandonment of the F-100B designation
in favor of YF-107A. The aircraft featured some cutting-edge
technology, including a vertical slab, variable area inlet ducts,
a fly-by-wire control system which allowed quicker rolling at
supersonic speeds, and a number of other innovations. Ultimately,
three aircraft were built and tested with generally favorable
results. The F-107 was a fast, maneuverable airplane that showed
promise, but in the end the program was cancelled, to be replaced
by the well-known Republic F-105 Thunderchief. Two survive,
one at the Pima Air Museum in Tucson, Arizona, and the other
in the Air Force Museum at Wright-Patterson AFB in Ohio. By
Alpha Simulations. 3.6MB
A-90 Orlyonok Package.
The A-90 is not a conventional aircraft, but uses the ground
effect to fly a few meters above the surface. Thus it is properly
called GEV or Ground effect vehicle or Ekranoplan in Russian.
Includes VC (Virtual cockpit) By Alpha Simulations. 6.3MB
The Super Etendard is a carrier-based single-seat strike fighter
first introduced into service in 1978. It is an updated version
of the Etendard IVM. Based on experience gained during the Korean
war (1950-53), French authorities drew up specifications for
a light interceptor. This definition was rapidly assimilated
into a program for a light tactical bomber that could also fulfil
an air superiority mission. At the same time, NATO published
its requirements for the LWTSF (Light Weight Tactical Strike
Fighter). In response, the Dassault company presented its Mirage
and Etendard aircraft. Capt. I. D'Attomo Capt. G.Quai. 3.2MB
Dassault Mirage F1EQ-6, IrAF textures only.
This is a repaint of the Mirage F1C-200 (F1V25.zip
here) by Kirk Olsson. It is painted as a F1EQ-6 from the
Iraqi Air Force during the late 1980's "Iran-Iraq war".
The advanced F1EQ-6 model and the newly delivered French Matra
Super 530D finally gave the Iraqis the edge against Iranian
F-14A Tomcats and several were shot down in air-to-air combat
during the last phase of the war. Repaint by Jens-Ole Kjølberg
BAC 167 Strikemaster.
The BAC 167 Strikemaster is essentially an armed version of
the Jet Provost T.Mk 5. The Strikemaster was modified with an
up-rated engine, wing hard-points, a strengthened airframe,
new communication and navigation gear, up-rated ejection seats,
a revised fuel system, and shortened landing gear. First flown
in 1967, the aircraft was marketed as a light attack or counter-insurgency
aircraft. A total of 146 were built. This model is very detailed
and features highly reflective metallic skin and full animations.
The panel background is based on photographic material found
on the net. Some gauges are default and all the others have
been created by the author. Included in this model there is
also a very simple Virtual Cockpit, with working essential flight
instruments and animated flight controls. Capt. I. D'Attomo.