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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 11:19
    Yes, however, you guys got the Osprey V-22 first and your very own F-35 this time, kinda breaks the tradition. :biggrin-new: I'm surprised the Marines didn't buy into the warthog (A-10), it's mission capabilities provided what the Marines require, The A-10 was designed for close air support (CAS) of friendly ground troops, attacking armored vehicles and tanks, and providing quick-action support against enemy ground forces. Why the USAF bought into it (A-10 Hog) when the Army or Marines didn't is beyond me.
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  • _486_Col_Wolf's Avatar
    Today, 10:53
    Seems to be too many quirks when trying to write bomber missions. After all it was original designed as a fighter sim. I also noticed that even if other squadrons you fly with are using the same bomber A/C they climb faster than you can no matter what you do to keep up.
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  • PhantomTweak's Avatar
    Today, 10:50
    Just like always. The tail-end link of a LONG supply chain. Not even a very big link. Starts with the Air Force, then the Navy and Army, about equal. Finally, if we're lucky, the Marines. Not much left by then. But hey, we're used to it, and manage to get our missions done with what we get. One of our talents :triumphant: Have fun all! Pat☺
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  • David Robles FSX's Avatar
    Today, 10:49
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  • Mick's Avatar
    Today, 09:58
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FS 2004 Military - Helicopters Description: The S-56 was a revolutionary helicopter. It was the first production twin-engined helicopter and one of the first helicopters with retractable landing gear. It established World Speed, Altitude and Lifting records and had some very advanced features. Developed as a heavy assault transport for the Marine Corps as the HR2S, where it acquired the nickname "Deuce" (for the 2 that differentiated its designation from its predecessor, the HRS), the Army took interest and got its simplified H-37, formally named Mojave, into service first. The H-37A entered service in 1956 and the HR2S-1 in 1957. The last CH-37B was retired from the National Guard in 1974. An AEW version was developed for...
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  • jankees's Avatar
    Today, 09:58
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category P3D / P4D Add-Ons - Jankees Civilian Description: A repaint for the A2A Cessna 172 Skyhawk in the colors of VH-OMU, a C172 based on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Cessna C172 The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.
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  • gastonj's Avatar
    Today, 09:54
    Hi, They arrived safely (D373 and D371) on the site "RoyaleFrenchNavy". 4 packs, 2 FSX and 2 P3DV4. I hope you enjoy this update. JMC
    4 replies | 285 view(s)
  • Sundog's Avatar
    Today, 09:42
    Sundog replied to a thread TA-4J Skyhawk Released in Prepar3D V4
    Yes, I've been flying it with TacPack and it's a lot of fun. I'm still learning the systems. Having said that, I have a weird error with the panel, where both sides of the top section end up overlapped on the left side and the right side is just black in that top "main control" area.
    76 replies | 3951 view(s)
  • Wings of Gold's Avatar
    Today, 09:39
    Hi Matt,Have you released your VA-212 (NP521) or VA-56 (NG406) yet?Beautiful repaints!!Regards,Bill
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  • Beaufighter's Avatar
    Today, 09:29
    Salut GastonJ, merci bien...
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  • srgalahad's Avatar
    Today, 09:19
    The last couple of days the skies over Texas have not been kind. Groping around CB's, dodging rain and sneaking under low ceilings... On Saturday I was in IFR conditions at 800 ft when Taco commented " I just missed the guy wires on that one" - a moment later my view cleared, I looked back and saw what he meant. Then, Last night it was more of the same...
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  • Bjoern's Avatar
    Today, 08:44
    Bjoern replied to a thread F-35a in X-Plane
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  • RichardLouis's Avatar
    Today, 08:36
    Hi Dino, Thank you for this little gem ! I have a lot of fun with it. I like it so much that I would like to do a bunch of repaints (Not as much as Matt !). I started with a plane which belongs to Draken International (N141EM). But I am bored by a detail. On the paint kit, I do no find the blade antenna which is situated just behind the second seat on the back of the plane. On the real plane that antenna is white, but mine appears green. Can you help me ? Where is it on the paint kit ? Thank you. Richard
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  • gastonj's Avatar
    Today, 08:34
    Hi, The Dewoitine D37 V 2 series landed at the "RoyaleFrenchNavy" site. I hope you enjoy this update. The documentation is in French but there are some short videos that describe the use of this model.
    1 replies | 149 view(s)
  • Taco's Avatar
    Today, 08:25
    :wiggle: Hey There Well, what Moses posted, in a short term the weather sucked! I was in the rain a heck of a lot, but Moses radio this over to us, "At least it's washing the bugs off." We all got down safely, on my part it was a little spookier than I thought it would be. OK, just one more flight on this part of our adventure, we will be taking Wed. off to get ready for the flight plans to be carved into stone. So see you all later. :wavey:
    8 replies | 941 view(s)
  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 07:54
    As I flash back to my days as a youth in 1958, I remember when I got a nice AC Gilbert erector set for Christmas. This is taken from a 1958 catalog with the price back then, I think in pristine shape it might go for ~$2K. It came with a sound set, i.e a record and a record playing mechanism powered by a 3V motor that also powered the Ferris wheel. Here is a video that I found on youtube of the sound set part of the erector set.
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  • srgalahad's Avatar
    Today, 07:37
    Following the "small and simple" theme, Not a one-off, too big for a suitcase and definitely not a flying saucer...
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  • b52bob's Avatar
    Today, 06:14
    One of the few aircraft I bought long ago that I still enjoy flying. Cockpit could use a little updating but overall just smashing. Works fine in P3D also. i just visited Pima air museum and the B-58 is beginning to look a little weather worn. Completely polished a few years ago for a “Air and Space” magazine article it now has some major water stains (in Arizona?) but mostly a dull aluminum look. I so wish there was a Good B-58 in XP-11. Bob
    26 replies | 1666 view(s)
  • Spad54's Avatar
    Today, 05:03
    Can always use detailed cockpit interior shots. Thanks for the offer
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  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 04:23
    Hi Mike:very_drunk: Often referred to as the Model 3 by John Pontius, California. Engine is a 36hp Aeronca E113 Quoting Robert, the playground gate is wide open.
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