This is a repaint skin pack (textures only) for the Payware CWDT F6F-3 Hellcat, found here: www.simarket.com. Thanks to CWDT for building this beautiful aircraft. The team has done a excellent job creating this bird! This repaint was made possible by the amazing paint kit by Sophocles! Thank you very much Sophocles!!! Please see the included read me for historical information about the pilots and aircraft. There are 2 new repaints included and one updated repaint that I uploaded here before.
This is a repaint skin pack (textures only) for the Payware CWDT F6F-5 Hellcat, found here: www.simarket.com. Thanks to CWDT for building this beautiful aircraft. The team has done a excellent job creating this bird! This repaint was made possible by the amazing paint kit by Sophocles! Thank you very much Sophocles!!! Please see the included read me for historical information about the pilots and aircraft. There are 1 new repaints included and two updated repaints that I uploaded here before.
This is a repaint for the Donationware F4F-4 Wildcat for CFS 2.
This aircraft is from 888 Squadron Fleet Air Arm November 1942, when aircraft from this squadron were based on H.M.S. Formidable during Operation Trch, the Allied Invasion of North Africa. This a/c is believed to have been flown by Lt Denis Jeram on 6th NOV 1942 when he scored his fifth kill, a Vichy French Block MB174 to become an ace.
To install,create a backup of your F4F-4 Wildcat textures. Unzip the download to a temporary folder & copy across your chosen texture files into the texture folder for the F4F-4, letting it overwrite the files there.
Create a copy of your F4F-4 Wildcat aircraft & rename it. Replace the textures with the files included in this zip.
Thanks to FDGv2 group for a detailed model, all I did was to rework the textures back to a plain unmarked skin, then apply some camo & markings.
This is freeware and subject to the usual conditions.
F.A.A. Grumman Martlet II skin by UncleTgt
This is a repaint of B24 Guy's Overhauled F4F4 Wildcat for CFS 2.
This aircraft is from 802 Squadron Fleet Air Arm during late 1941, when aircraft from this squadron were based on H.M.S. Audacity, the world's first escort carrier.
The B24 Guy for such a great rework, it's almost a new aircraft. Smashing Time did the original repaint for the OH F4F4, all I did was to rework this back to a plain unmarked skin, then apply some camo & markings.
This is freeware and subject to the usual conditions
This is a scenery package that was originally posted on the Netwings site. They were
intended for stock CFS3 and/or CFS3 with Firepower ONLY. Nothing has been modified in any
way and it is still in it's original *.zip file. Here is the README for full
These are reworked files so that the bigger bombers (B17,B29) dont collide anymore with other objects
in the UI and campaign.
-For use with CFS3.
-Backup your original files !
This is a set of repaints for the freeware Warwick "Wozza" Carter AT-6G Texan. This repaint set includes two depictions of factory fresh AT-6F Texans, one destined for the USAAF, the other for Russia. Both are based off of North American Aviation publicity photos, illustrating the lend-lease nature of production; one batch going to the USAAF, the next, identical batch, going to the Soviet Union.
complete set of missions deisgned for CFS3 stock, multiplayer and standalone .
most of this missions were written for stock CFS3.
More than 100 missions
A lot of them use B25 bomber (one of historical bomber ot squadron 342), and stock/global layer facility targets.
You will also find RAF, USAF, Luftwaffe missions :Bomb run, torpedo run/Antiship , tactical air force (trains, ground battle...),
Anyway, some need add-on aircrafts (MOG 1.09, SOH add on) or add on scenery (46th v3)
some missions were design for video capture (for instance tuskegee airmen).
CFS3 mission pack from FAFL342. This set of files is to run missions with CFS3.1a Combat Flight Simulator 3 Battle for Europe. It contains missions created by FAFL342, inspired from historical facts. You will find also spawn files and weather/mission files.
FAFL342 was a bomber squadron attached to RAF command. So a lot of missions are on the RAF side. But there are also some USAF and Luftwaffe missions. Most of missions were designed to be played Online. Enjoy !
This pack contains 3 repaints of Thickos superb Hurricanes.
The first is a Hurricane Mk.IIb/Trop, BG707, of unidentified Free French unit in Northern Africa in 1942.
The planes camouflage is unusual for a DAF aircraft in that it is the standard ETO Earth and Dark Green
with a sandy colour overpainted behind cockpit and over the vertical stabilizer. Also unusual is the
fuselage FAFL recognition marking.
The other two are Hurricane Mk.I/Trops of GC III/2 'Alsace'(Serial Nos Z4797 and Z4434). The aircraft are
in the standard desert camouflage of RAF: earth and sand on the upper surfaces and sky on the lower.
This unit operated from the Fuka LG.16 airfield in Egypt in May of 1942.
Thanks to Thicko for the excellent original aircaft and his blessings for the
repaints and modifications and to hewman100 for the artwork which inspired
The second Fairchild Model 91 was purchased by Dr. Richard Archbold for the American Museum of Natural History. For good luck he requested that it be serialed as 9407 and registered it as NR777, and it was named "Kono," the Papuan word for duck. In 1936 he flew it to New Guinea where, despite all the "lucky 7s" it was damaged in a storm soon after arrival and was destroyed during recovery operations. These textures are for the latest version of Chris Herring's Fairchild 91 with VC and animated flaps; they will not work with earlier versions because of texture mapping differences. Repaint by Chris Herring & Mick Morrissey.
A rework of the 2D and VC panels for Chril Herring's Fairchild 91. In the 2D panel the gauges have been rearranged for a better scan, and resized and relocated to fit into the bezels painted on the panel bitmap. A few items like a visible mag switch, and gear lever and flap levers have been added. In the VC the gauges have been raised up into a more realistic position on the panel, and the layout has been altered to match the new 2D panel. The viewpoint in the 2D cockpit has been elevated to parallel the aircraft's longitudinal axis so that you will be looking at the horizon when the plane's nose is pointed at the horizon.
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