FS9 Textures for the Grumman E-1B Tracer by Milton Shupe. Depicted is an aircraft of Airborne Early Warning Training Squadron RVAW-120 as it appeared at it's home field of NAS Norfolk in 1972. Model By Mitlon Shupe. Repaint Textures by Steve Bryant.
FS9 Textures for the Grumman E-1B Tracer by Milton Shupe. This one has a bit of history. Depicted is an aircraft of VAW-111 which was only one of 2 E-1B's aboard USS Hornet on the Apollo 11 recovery mission, July 1969. Both E-1s aboard Hornet that day were a detachment of VAW-111. The pilot of this particular aircraft was Lt. Jim Dickson. Their mission: patrol the location designated to be the estiamted splash down area of the capsule; locate and track the capsule upon re-entry; establish communications with the capsule and relay to Houston and Hornet; and direct recovery aircraft in and out of the area. Lt. Dickson was the first to speak to Neil Armstrong after the capsule emerged from the re-entry communication blackout. And the rest, they say, "...is history!"
FS9 Textures for the Grumman E-1B Tracer by Milton Shupe. Depicted is an aircraft of Airborne Early Warning Squadron VAW-12 as it appeared in 1962 during the summer and fall cruises of USS Enterprise, CVAN-65, to the Med and Caribbean. Model By Mitlon Shupe. Repaint Textures by Steve Bryant.
FS9 Textures for the SOH Grumman S2F-1 Tracker. Depicted is an aircraft of VS-31 "Topcats" while embarked upon USS Wasp, CVS-18, during the early 1960s. This repaint contains ONLY the textures necessary to update the original textures of USN VS-28 issued with the original release of the S2F-1 model. In order to use this repaint texture set you must have Milton Shupe's S2F-1 Tracker installed. Model By Milton Shupe. Paintkit and repaint by Steve Bryant.
FS9 repaint only for the Iris Flight Simulatuions P-40L. Repaint by Steve Bryant. Model by Iris Flight Simulations. P-40L, SN 42-10855, 99th FS, flown by Tuskegee Airman 1Lt. Robert W. Diez, Madna, Italy, January 1944.
FS9 repaint only for the Iris Flight Simulatuions P-40N. P-40N-5 (?) SN Unknown, "White 7" of the 7th FS, 49th FG, Hollandia, New Guinea, Spring, 1944. This particular aircraft was flow by Atlanta, Georgia native Joel Paris. Paris flew a total of 167 combat missions and downed 9 enemy aircraft.
FS9 repaint only for the Iris Flight Simulatuions P-40N. P-40N No. 62/131 SN Unknown, 80th Fighter Group, 85th Fighter Squadron, Nagahuli, Assam, India, Spring, 1944. Repaint by Steve Bryant. Model by Iris Flight Simulations.
NOTE: This package has been edited on 02/01/2011 to include the radiator texture fix.
IRIS P-40N (Long Fuselage) Paint Kit by Steve Bryant (Duckie) based on the paintkit provided in the free release of the FS9 IRIS P-40 series,textures included in release, and various personally owned line drawings, diagrams and photos used for reference in the making of this paintkit.
Included in this paintkit are Four (4) multi-layered textures in .psd format and sized at 1024 x 1024.
Paintkit by Steve Bryant, based on the original paintkit by Iris Flight Simulations included in the freeware release.
P-40N No.17, SN 2105711, 502nd FS, 337th FG, Fall, 1943. This particular aircraft was used by Army Pilot Class 43-K, then undergoing flight training at Napier Field, Alabama, 1943. Napier Field is now used as the municipal airport for Dothan, Alabama. Although the mascot for hte 502nd was a ROOSTER, they are more commonly known as the 'Parrotheads' beccause most people, like me, just cannot find a ROOSTER in that nose art!
FS9 repaint only for the Iris Flight Simulatuions P-40N. Repaint by Steve Bryant. Model by Iris Flight Simulations.
FS9 repaint only for the Iris Flight Simulatuions TP-40N. TP-40N, SN 44-7156, from the AAF Tactical Training Center at Orlando Field, Florida, 1944. Repaint by Steve Bryant. Model by Iris Flight Simulations.
The textures depict Lockheed C-121A Constellation N9464, ex 48-609 c/n2601, when it was used by Christler Flying Services Inc. It along with four other C-121A Connies, was acquired by Christler Flying Services in May 1970 from the USAF at auction at Davis-Monthan. It was initially used for fire ant control in the U.S. forestry and in 1972 was converted to spraying for budworms in Canada. In 1979 N9464 later become C-GXKO after acquistion by Beaver Air Spray. In 1980 C-GXKO was transferred to Conifair and continued to be used for budworm spraying. After retirement from Conifair in 1984, it then went on to become the well known MATS Constellation owned by Vern Raeburn and then was acquired by a museum in Korea where it is now on permanent display. Repaint by Mark Rogers.
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