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  1. Great news!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by sixstrings5859 View Post
    Have great news,thanks to you guys, everything works as smooth as butter with the CFS3/Firepower version ! Just did this on my Win7 32 bit laptop as a test bed . When all the funds are saved for a high end, self-built ,gaming computer,(hopefully build it by mid to late summer),then i'll purchase all the components at the same time,(to be current with the latest technology and pricing ). Once built it will be able to handle any of the new combat flight simulators out there, at max settings
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    Updated February 20th, 2015 at 05:52 by sixstrings5859

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  2. F6f-3 hellcat vf-19

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Kurt View Post
    I'm working on a new campaign so I'm posting a few skins and planes tonight as part of the prep for it.

    Grumman F6F-3 Hellcat No. 25 VF-19, USS Lexington CV-16, October 1944. Pilot: Lt. Bruce Williams - 7 victories

    This is a complete model of The B24 Guy's Overhauled F6F-3 Hellcat with a new skin including all texture and damage files, A low specular shine model, new dp, aircraft cfg, and air file.

    This model requires Dbolt's Enhanced U.S. Weapons
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  3. Thanks

    I have recently downloaded two freeware offerings.--namely, The Ryan Navion and the PT19.
    I have been a simmer for about 20 yrs. I am a part owner/operator of a Navion -10 years -
    These are some of the best bits of sim software that I have ever acquired. Thanks to the developers.--highfly
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  4. C47_v2 Silver texture

    Hello, I am a newcommer to this site, and I need some help.When I install the silver livery, I get a black panel... And I don't understand what can be wrong .Thanks in advance for your help.

    Your suggestions will be welcome !

    Kinds regards
    IKARIUS
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  5. Museum of the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio, USA

    Had a conference in Columbus today; finished early so I zipped over on I-70 to Dayton. Got to the museum at 4...they close at 5...quick walkthrough to the early section and there she was...the collection's Boeing P-26 Peashooter in 18th PS colors! Hard to believe this was once a combat aircraft!!! Anyway I was shooed out by the veteran volunteers...I guess they wanted to go home...such an awesome place, any only 2 hours away.
    One day tho...one day I WILL make the trip down to Naval Aviation ...
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