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  • Sopwith Chameleon's Avatar
    Today, 12:36
    ....... It started out as something else ......
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 12:34
    Thanks for your updates. BTW have you seen this offering at simviation I know this is for FS2004 It looks like prior attempts to accomplish what you are doing only with older sim.
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  • Dimus's Avatar
    Today, 12:20
    Dimus replied to a thread RQ-4 or MQ-4 in FSX General Discussion
    Here you go: A very nice model, works also in P3D v4 and v5.
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  • Marty's Avatar
    Today, 12:14
    I have downloaded the campaign and when it loads It can not find the B24D_Liberator in the library. I have it in the Aircraft file and it seems correct. I don't know what to look for. I cant get to free flight and the aircraft number is below 100 limit. Any help will be Great. :dizzy::dizzy::pop4:
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  • gray eagle's Avatar
    Today, 12:04
    The FSX conversion one done by Tim Conrad is in the library here (If that is what you are looking for) FSX SP-2 OS2U KINGFISHER PACK FSX rebuild of my earlier OS2U Kingfisher releases. Includes both float and wheeled versions, with improved VC's,and new XML gauges. Built with the FSX SP-2 SDK, but NOT tested in Vista/DX10. by piglet (2007-12-28 03:57:37)
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 12:02
    And just to prove my claim of bombing accuracy... I look a bit downcast at the overall result, don't I? Never mind - I thoroughly enjoyed the mission - a super element in an excellent mod which does great credit to all in the CFS3 community who contributed to it.
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 11:57
    The Channel crossing is happily uneventful and we're soon letting down over la belle France. Our grass airfield is not far inland. Time to cut the boys loose. I don't want any near misses, mid airs, or any other needless drama at this stage in proceedings. Right, where are we now? At a distance, one green field looks very much like another from this height.
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 11:51
    Redrawing all the VC components, some will be eye-candy only but it still should be a good representation of the average PC12 cockpit. These are old airplanes being revisited and not fully functional, high detailed models. Brian has been good enough to bring them up to Native FSX standards and hopefully this one will join the Volpar, Super Pacer and Norseman. Very enjoyable flyers. Thanks to Brian. Pilatus-2020-aug-12-001 by Ed Wells, on Flickr
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 11:44
    I keep the dive fairly gentle as the CFS3 AI tend to be slow to respond to climbs or dives by the formation leader. We remain unmolested, so I level off and throttle back slightly before going into the clouds. I don't want to be within range of light AA, over land, and that means staying above about ten thousand. Or three thousand - playing Luftwaffe I suppose I should be counting in metres. It's not long before the Channel coast comes into sight, at last.
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 11:31
    Thank you, Kevin. Enjoy a twin :wiggle:
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  • SW's Avatar
    Today, 11:24
    Hi Shadow Wolf, another other source (which you nmay already have of course) is: Author: Dimitar Nedialkov Title: In the skies of Nomonhan : Japan versus Russia May -Septrember 1939 Publisher: Crecy Publishing I bought a copy a few years back and remmber enjoyign reading it, but whether it'll help with starting/landing airfileds I don't know. I'll try and have a look in the next few days. It does have a lot of useful info based on a quick scan.
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  • jmbiii's Avatar
    Today, 11:21
    Is there a UI model of the RQ-4/MQ-4 Global Hawk/Triton available? Either FSX or P3D, payware or freeware. Cancel my last: I found one on Simv........
    1 replies | 105 view(s)
  • Moses03's Avatar
    Today, 11:19
    Right on Uli.:guinness: Over to Germany-
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  • giruXX's Avatar
    Today, 11:15
    A Donnet-Lévêque Type A, perhaps?
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  • Ferry_vO's Avatar
    Today, 11:03
    Fs2020 on a minimum spec PC:
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 11:02
    That looks very much like Avalon. :encouragement:
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 10:55
    No idea but I'll check who did this FSX conversion of Tim's Kingfisher. I don't use FSX anymore but P3Dv3 is my 'FSX' replacement for 32bit subjects.
    8 replies | 1835 view(s)
  • clrichey's Avatar
    Today, 10:53
    What airshow is that?
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  • tgycgijoes's Avatar
    Today, 10:42
    When I first envisioned updating the Seagull, I wanted someplace to take off from or land at when not on the battleship or cruiser and after some searching found a lot of good information on Kaneohe NAS on Kaneohe Bay in Hawaii. I uploaded the Pearl Harbor scenery package to backdate the area and get rid of all the current highrises. Then I started searching and searching for photos. Finally I created the Kaneohe Naval Air Station in its 1941 configuration in ADEx and here are some photos. I used my hangers from NAS Alameda because they were really close to the photos. This should work in all versions of P3D up to version 4. If you test it out let me know because I am an FSX guy. When I first created the airfield I was disappointed to find out that in FSX (I don't know about other...
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  • 33lima's Avatar
    Today, 10:39
    Time for some final sight-seeing before we leave? There's St Paul's Cathedral to the right of my tail. Off the lowered wing-tip is Buckingham Palace I think. By the river near the engine nacelle is the Palace of Westminster aka the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, with Westminster Abbey just visible nearby. The large rectangular building near the top of the pic is the British Museum, I'm fairly sure. Who says these mission reports don't have educational value??? I settle onto a course to the south. Last landmark for this trip is the Naval College at Greenwich, at the base of the famous 'U' bend in the Thames. My departure is encouraged from the ground by the flak people, with the occasional, half-hearted farewell salvo. Meanwhile, the rest of the staffel is swinging back...
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