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  • bazzar's Avatar
    Today, 13:49
    bazzar replied to a thread AH Caravelle in Prepar3D V4
    In the light of recent events, we are going full PBR for the cockpit. So that's where we are working currently.
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  • bazzar's Avatar
    Today, 13:46
    bazzar replied to a thread C-47 update in Prepar3D V4
    One of my favourites.... "the great thing about taxidermy is that it goes with anything.." - Norman Bates.
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  • gaab's Avatar
    Today, 13:46
    gaab started a thread AH Caravelle in Prepar3D V4
    Hi, Any recent information on AH Caravelle project advancement ? I am so impatient to fly her :) Thanks - Gérard
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  • MrZippy's Avatar
    Today, 13:23
    Hi, Butch! Yeah that was Pat's favorite duty station!:biggrin-new:
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  • centuryseries's Avatar
    Today, 13:16
    Lockheed A-12 Cygnus, forerunner to the SR-71
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 13:11
    Charlie, That's funny :biggrin-new: I was there on gunnery dets, that was enough for me.
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  • rickyo's Avatar
    Today, 12:49
    rickyo replied to a thread Hat problem in CFS2 General Discussion
    MR, Jorge and B24Guy. Thanks a lot guys! In I deleted "Fixed Window33=Rear". It's possible that was all I had to do. In , I deleted 4 "VIEW REAR" lines. There was another section named . I left that alone, thinking I might have to delete a line in there, after testing the SDB2 and copies I made of it. I tried the SDB2 and dang, it works fine now! I'm not sure what I should be seeing, but I have a nice view of the back of the rear gunner. I can see to the rear, up and to either side. I'm not sure if he's supposed to have a gun site. I'm very happy with the way it is now. It looks like the TBD1 is set up the same way, so I'll do the same with it. I would never have thought to look in the panel CFG. I used to have a fear of messing with files, but hey, I can always start from scratch...
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  • Aharon's Avatar
    Today, 12:45
    Shalom and greetings all my pals, Presenting a beautiful sunset and evening flight number FL7068 from BIKF Keflavík Airport located 31 miles southwest of Reykjavík which is the capital of Iceland to ENBR Bergen Airport that is the second-busiest airport in Norway Cruising at FL350 Check out the tail view of sunset
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  • MrZippy's Avatar
    Today, 11:57
    Sounds like Pat is getting ready to re-up! How does another 4 years in Yuma sound, buddy?? :banghead::dizzy::pop4:
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 11:46
    Great find HorusJ. The Bear and and this Badger are the typical symbols of the Cold war for me. Thanks, Huub
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  • Morton's Avatar
    Today, 11:45
    There also some missing terrain around Port Moresby. I guess finding the reasons for such anomalies can be the needle in the haystack, so I dont expect anyone to tell me exactly what's wrong. But I Just want to mention it.. just in case
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 11:39
    Hi Pat, You just reminded me of yet another non hand down AC that the Marines have, the Harrier. And yes, the use of the Hawker Siddeley, er,,,, AV-8 Harrier, is an ideal aircraft to fulfill some of the Marines missions. As you know, it's genesis was with the UK Air force (another strange irony). But back to the A-10, perhaps it was unfeasible to put a tail hook on it and folding wings; but don't know how the landing gear et al would hold up on a carrier and the extra costs to make it so. Just like the F-18 Hornet, I think the A-4's were developed for the Navy and Marines The F-4's was something developed for the Navy; the Air Force was watching and signed on for them and being highly adaptable, adopted by the Marines (not handed down). This is what my research tell me. ...
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  • Josh Patterson's Avatar
    Today, 11:09
    Love all the repaints in this version! Also the inclusion of Kelt and Kingfish missiles on the wings of some. (I am curious about the Aeroflot liveried one. I do wish I could alias the VC from this into the Tu-104 that's out there!) The surface detail of the natural metal "77" is much improved and the VC is also better than before! I did have to tweak the and though and have added a GPS unit. (Easier to travel between airshows that way!) I will have to work on the spoilers as opening the bomb bay doors pulls you right into the dirt!
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 11:04
    Looks very SPADish Model 29 or 52? -> presumably the SPAD 52 (4 ailerons instead of 2?)
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  • MaskRider's Avatar
    Today, 11:02
    MaskRider replied to a thread Tr b-25g in CFS2 General Discussion
    Yes, Simviation is where its at- Go to Simviation. Do a search on "Tom Sanford" (Tango_Romeo) Around Page19 of the search results should be a download listed as "B-25G 75mm", it downloads as tr_b25g.zip Or else, just do a search on "tr_b25g.zip" and get just the one result! Or else, check your PMs! ;^)
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  • rgatkinson's Avatar
    Today, 11:02
    Thanks for the heads-up on this, much appreciated. Fantastic update the Alphasim model. Just wish they'd included an English version of the panel ;-) Taff
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  • Odie's Avatar
    Today, 10:46
    LT Andrew Jalali prepares for the official final active-duty flight of the last Navy F/A-18C Hornet assigned to Strike Fighter Squadron (VFA) 106 at Naval Air Station Oceana on Oct. 2. Aircraft number 300, assigned to VFA 106 at Cecil Field, Florida, completed it first Navy acceptance check flight Oct. 14, 1988. The aircraft has remained with the Gladiators for its’ entire 31 years of service. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Nikita Custer)
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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 10:40
    Thank you Rob. Here's a neat biplane -
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 10:39
    They didn't buy into the A-10 because they had the Harrier. It can be temp based at a forward position, and thus be available for CAS much sooner than an A-10. They can also move either very, very slow, or pretty darn fast, so more missions are available. The A-10 was designed as a tank-killer, and the .30 cal Gatling tends to spray a bit. When we call for CAS, there are times we mean CLOSE, as in what's called "danger close", not just close. A .30 cal, massive round, in the wrong place, and the CAS mission is obviated. The Harrier can be sitting in it's hide very near the front lines, and just pick up vertically and be at the target very, very quickly. Basically, it's a super-duper, very fast, combat helicopter. All Harrier pilots must also take a turn as a FAC, crawling around...
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  • Josh Patterson's Avatar
    Today, 10:29
    AAAAND I'm OFF!!!! Thanks for the H.U.!
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