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  • Ravenna's Avatar
    Today, 16:25
    Talk about serendipity; I've just finished reading about Romanian pilots flying the Phonix D.1 on the Italian front. Thanks Kurt. A nice looking plane!
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  • musterpilot's Avatar
    Today, 16:14
    Another great job well done :applause: John
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  • Duckie's Avatar
    Today, 15:22
    No mods. Straight stock model file, config and air. I actually re-installed both the model and air files, and verified the config file line by line with the original. I didn’t try the other T’s because they’re not installed. As a test I did substitute the modded A/B air but it made no difference with the hook. So I think that eliminated the air file as the problem. Guess I’ll load the H and P and see if it works with those models. I think it may be that my copy of Vol 2 is corrupted. Steve
    5 replies | 410 view(s)
  • TuFun's Avatar
    Today, 15:17
    Great to see MS supporting Blender! Microsoft is now a Corporate Gold Member of the Blender Foundation's Development Fund. Blender is an open source creation suite used for modeling, animation, rendering, and more. Microsoft's membership began on July 1, 2020.
    4 replies | 218 view(s)
  • MajorMagee's Avatar
    Today, 15:11
    If you add them using JSGME then you can easily extract them again if something goes wrong.
    1 replies | 247 view(s)
  • mongoose's Avatar
    Today, 15:11
    A variety from the RAF POV! Spitfires and Hurricanes in action. Winged him at least! Claiming that one for sure!
    5 replies | 1061 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 14:54
    Kurt, Many thanks for this, it looks awesome!
    3 replies | 384 view(s)
  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 14:47
    The third bit of news is that work on the Battle of Normandy is progressing, not only in terms of creating new aircraft but also in other directions. For instance, a lot has already been done in creating the map which will include some promising new technologies for our series. But it’s still early and we plan to show the progress on the development of the map later. Additionally, aircraft crews are also being created and as you already know, the G-suits worn by USAAF pilots appeared after the events of the Normandy, and therefore we created a model of an American pilot in an earlier uniform: And in FIRST for the combat-sim genre - the U-2VS, Yak-1 Series 69 and Yak-1b series 127 aircraft will receive a Soviet female pilot option! We have completed the process of animating the new...
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 14:46
    The second thing that we will show you today is important for the owners of all products in the IL-2: Great Battles series. We are talking about a new map! The new “Velikiye Luki, Summer 1941”, will be made available to everyone in the next update. This map was developed on a personal basis by one of our map team-members, and although it does not include all of our most modern map tech (such as buildings with increased detail), thanks to the creativity and variety of the implemented terrain and scenery, it looks extremely interesting and will add a lot of variety in your flights. The Velikiye Luki summer map, as well as an improved and updated winter version, will be available to all players. A lot could be written about the positive aspects of this map, but it seems to us that it is...
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  • Phantom88's Avatar
    Today, 14:45
    Hello! Have you heard about wave interference? It’s amazing when the processes in people’s lives have direct physical analogies. In particular, how topics for our journal entries appear is a good example. In the development of projects of the IL-2: Great Battles series, there are a lot of very voluminous and lengthy tasks. And sometimes it happens that the intermediate results of different large tasks appear one by one, creating a subject for the diaries. Sometimes it happens that the “wave” processes of development progress in all directions and it gets to a stage when the intermediate results cannot yet be published, but sometimes it also happens that in all directions at the same time appears something that can be gladly demonstrated. And exactly this variant of “superposition of wave...
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Today, 14:44
    Good evening, Here ya go: Morton's readme indicated where the file was before the server crash years back. Just remember when using the search engine "username" in the library, look for fdgv2.
    1 replies | 158 view(s)
  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Today, 14:43
    If an invisible aircraft elevator could be attached in MDCx then that just might work. Worth trying. At worst we won't be any worse off then we are now getting the seaplane back on the catapult of at least the deck. Interesting concept.
    132 replies | 16717 view(s)
  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 14:40
    I'm late for the party... ...and I can't hit the Tommies when I get there!
    2322 replies | 544055 view(s)
  • wout's Avatar
    Today, 14:15
    Hi pomme homme:very_drunk: Indeed the Model 1002 by Leonard C. Elmendorf. Built by using parts/components of 2 salvaged Cessna 182 Skylane aircraft and apparently nicknamed Myline by the builder. Your turn, please
    21388 replies | 3422484 view(s)
  • Essex's Avatar
    Today, 13:51
    Imagine an invisible aircraft carrier elevator that extends just below sea level, when raised it could swing over the deck, then drop down a bit. Not easy admittedly.
    132 replies | 16717 view(s)
  • WarHorse47's Avatar
    Today, 13:43
    Did you do any mods to the TA7-C like swap out the mdl file, edit the aircraft.cfg or make changes to the air file? I assume the hook lowers on the other T models?
    5 replies | 410 view(s)
  • Desert Rat's Avatar
    Today, 13:42
    interesting, but vague.
    9 replies | 1983 view(s)
  • Desert Rat's Avatar
    Today, 13:42
    Rob Davis1 day ago I can well believe this story. The late Mike "Lancaster At War" Garbett was a very good friend of mine and he told me that amongst many thousands of aircrew interviews which he conducted, one related to an officer based at an un-named Midlands or Cambridgeshire aerodrome. This officer, who had an excellent Squadron operational record, told Mike that there was a gap in his wartime RAF time for which he could not give details. The officer added that once a year he would receive a personal visit from "men from a certain London department" who would carefully quiz him about any approach which might had been made to him about this mysterious time, and caution him never to give any information on the matter.Mike's opinion about this was that the unit involved was...
    9 replies | 1983 view(s)
  • Desert Rat's Avatar
    Today, 13:37
    Random Youtuber
    9 replies | 1983 view(s)
  • updraft's Avatar
    Today, 13:21
    Thank you for your hint, Ed! I've run Orbx central; no updates; ran the veryfy files for the libraries and Northern Americas LC but no change, unfortunately. Think, I have to live with it.... Best regards Ernst
    39 replies | 5413 view(s)
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