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  • stansdds's Avatar
    Today, 03:07
    Let us not forget the sacrifices by the few for the safety and freedoms of the many.
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  • Dangerous Beans's Avatar
    Today, 03:02
    Same here, I haven't used a rolling cache in ages and haven't noticed any difference to having it on apart from more drive space.
    4 replies | 139 view(s)
  • cavaricooper's Avatar
    Today, 02:48
    FWIW I turned OFF the cache soon after release. I do not fly in the same area consistently and have a fast connection. No detriment whatsoever.
    4 replies | 139 view(s)
  • johnwillimas2's Avatar
    Today, 02:16
    Absolutely first rate! Can't give this enough praise - plus a top notch manual too. Great stuff, Dave. :applause::applause::applause:
    18 replies | 752 view(s)
  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 00:08
    I'm really sorry to hear about your health issues Frank. I hope it is going better now and otherwise I wish you a speedy (and full) recovery. The Kiwi repaint comes really close but still doesn't fully fit...... Cheers, Huub
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  • huub vink's Avatar
    Today, 00:03
    Sorry Sean, I had completely missed your question. As I already mentioned before, I have played so much with my ground textures that I can't really answer your question. In this case I know I've been cheating a bit. The F-1s actually don't fly over Northern Africa, but over the Australian desert, simply because I like the ground textures much better. The ground textures are either then ones from VOZ1.8, or the ones referred to in the movie in this thread: Cheers, Huub
    45 replies | 14618 view(s)
  • Hiede's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:34
    There will another part of this campaign done.Part 2 will start in August 1943 when the 44th moved to Munda as the march up the Solomons continues.This one will be done completely by my son. Hiede
    0 replies | 44 view(s)
  • Hiede's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:26
    Hiede started a thread Usmc 43 in CFS2 General Discussion
    The original missions from years ago have been converted to the new UT Solomons scenery for awhile now but my son did some more tweaking to them.One of the problems he had,was getting 2 squadrons to take off from the same runway.Sometimes it worked but not all the time.So he fixed it. He going to working making it longer campaign with at least 6 more missions. Hiede
    0 replies | 56 view(s)
  • ZsoltB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:06
    ZsoltB replied to a thread Two seater Hunters! in MSFS (FS2020)
    18 replies | 752 view(s)
  • Cazzie's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:50
    It takes so little time, it's a no-brainer. I do it before I close to the desktop after every flight. First off I use Google Earth maps (MSFS 2020 Map Enhancement tool)when I fly, but when doing scenery, I simply open MSFS and do my thing. But while doing it, MSFS is using BING Maps. Therefore, I do not want any BING Map features showing up when I am flying in Google Maps, ergo I always flush the Rolling Cache so I do not get any BING Map conflicts. Cazzie
    4 replies | 139 view(s)
  • Javis's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:41
    Javis replied to a thread Two seater Hunters! in MSFS (FS2020)
    One of the iconic photos that inspired me to try and become a pilot or atleast one of the reasons i became a life long aviation hobbyist. Which little boy did *not* want to sit up there looking like that. Good chance it is also the reason i have always had a thing for pilot helmets and gear (i have a nice collection including an RAF 'bone dome'.. ). Most girls of my age back then probabely had photos of Elvis, James Dean or Cliff Richard on their bedroom wall. I had this: This is Gerben Sonderman, main testpilot for Fokker Aircraft Factory at EHAM Schiphol on the 4th of April 1955 in the cockpit of a Hawker Hunter F.4. The Hunter was chosen by the Koninklijke Luchtmacht (Dutch AF ) to replace the Gloster Meteor and what i understand now is that each one was first tested by...
    18 replies | 752 view(s)
  • musterpilot's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:41
    Looking good mate :applause:
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:00
    That's it exactly! I received some other numbers for the tailhook that I'm gonna try. Cees
    3 replies | 318 view(s)
  • highpockets's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:49
    Hiede Wonderful ministry. My uncle died in battle in Alsace France in early 1945. I did not know him well as I was pretty young. M dad always cried when we visited his gravesite and the veteranís memorial stone in Oklahoma My eldest son was 82nd Airborne and served between prior to Gulf War. He was in the Granada invasion and we were terrified and glued to TV until he was able to contact us. My eldest grandson served in Afghanistan later, drove a MRV but missed any combat. Terrified for him too. They both came back with very little emotional scars. I was planning of finishing my Air force ROTC and being a fighter pilot in the mid 60's-- but asthma grounded me. I wish the younger generation ( GenZ ?) could understand what today is really about. I salute all the vets here on SOH.
    5 replies | 316 view(s)
  • heywooood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:33
    alright - so there isn't much to show that looks new - but the wing has been treated to more surface preparation - sanding, filling and sealing. Also - I am working on the wheel wells - far from completed but going in the right direction..hopefully
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  • Mick's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:23
    Thanks to both of you for those interesting comments! :ernaehrung004: I had wondered if VOR/DME and TACAN might've worked on different frequencies.
    10 replies | 802 view(s)
  • lastivka's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:34
    Thanks for the links. They surely are comprehensive packages! :adoration:
    7 replies | 626 view(s)
  • Fibber's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:27
    ..... all the uploads I looked at and missed THAT !? I thought that I had looked at the first one. :redfire: Oh well, to quote Homer Simpson " DOH !!!" Remember the fallen on this day on all sides ! They fell for what they believed in and did not bend the knee. May they all rest in peace. BTW; WHAT is the first ACWai P-51.?
    7 replies | 530 view(s)
  • Fibber's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:21
    ... I thought that I HAD looked at the first one.:redfire: Guess I was off by a few. To quote Homer Simpson ... DOH!!!! :biggrin-new: Remember the fallen on all sides. They fell for what they believed in, not caved and bended knee.
    7 replies | 530 view(s)
  • heywooood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:21
    yes - it is recommended to do this after every update both Sim Updates and World Updates, and now the newer Cities Updates as well as anytime you add a scenery. This will ensure that the new updated or purchased enhancements are being run on your local machine - and not the older 'cached' scenery and textures
    4 replies | 139 view(s)
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