FS9 textures only for the RAZBAM Douglas A-4E. This repaint is of the A-4E (152048s) of VA-164 Ghostriders, the mount of LCDR Dick Perry that first carried the name "LADY JESSIE". Perry worked for Mrs. Jessie Beck, the namesake of his aircraft, as a card dealer in Reno during his college days, and of whom he said was like his 2nd mother. LCDR Perry was KIA in 1967 when a SAM hit his A-4 over Hiaphong. Since that time and until the squadron, VA-164 Ghost Riders, was disestablished on 12/12/75, the VA-164 CO's aircraft carried the name "LADY JESSIE" to honor both LCDR Perry, a squadron favorite, and Mrs. Jessie Beck, who adopted the squadron members as her own family. Although there is some debate over the actual number of aircraft that carried the name, it is generally accepted that at least 5 and possibly as many as 7 VA-164 aircraft carried the name "LADY JESSIE".
Model and paintkit by RAZBAM. Repaint by Steve Bryant December 2013.
A revamp of Ted Cook's excellent Fs9 Vickers Wellington MkX, for both Fs9 and CFS2 by Shessi.
The new texture represents a Wellington MkX NA-Y HE239 or 428 Sqn RCAF, May 1943.
Updates include new multi-LOD aircraft, bomb load out in Fs9 and all new highly detailed crew, and new aircraft texture.
Fs9 and CFS2:- Tweaks include clearer glass, guns now at alert status, real nav radio texture, spinner now visible in VC, also prop shafts added and visible in VC.
Very FR friendly multi-LOD model.
G-lightstate and crash detection eliminated.
Wheels now sit correctly when stowed.
Controls in VC centralised.
New VC instruments.
Airfile now with correct speeds.
AND a proper fully functioning rudder with balance weights!
FS9/Boeing B314 Pacific Clipper NC18602 historical around-the-world flight. Four Texture Folders and Aircraft.cfg file for Mike Stone's B314 MDL. Repaint by: Evan G. Butterbrodt (revev). Enjoy! By revev, 2008-04-14 15:29:35
This is a repaint (textures only) of the A2A/Shockwave payware P-51D representing "Charlotte's Chariot II" flown by Lt. Cary Salter of the 9th AF, 354th Fighter Group known as the “Pioneer Mustangs”. Base textures, by A2A/Shockwave, paint kit by John Terrell. Repaint by Chuck Lawsen
he100.zip: FS98/CFS Heinkel He 100 D-0 By Bernd Rossner
The Heinkel He 100 would have been a superior partner or even successor of the Me 109. This "white 12" was often shown on photographs for propaganda purposes as He 113. Heinkel only built 25 He 100D-0 on his own account. Three were sold to Japan where the influence became visible in the Kawasaki Ki-61 "Hien". Yakovlev in the USSR analyzed the He 100 for his fighters Yak-1 and Yak-3. A few He 100 were used to defend the Heinkel facilities at Rostock.
This file was hosted originally at the now defunked Combatfs.com. It is now being uploaded here for preservation purposes.
Fi_156.zip; FS98\CFS Fieseler Fi.186 C-2. STOL Luftwaffe utility aircraft. Possibly
one of the most important aircraft used in WWII. It served as a
spotter, camera, rescue, liasion, and medical transport platform on all
fronts during the war. Panel and 3 sets of textures included.
FS98\CFS Fieseler Fi.186 C-2 Credits file:
Flight dynamics of the Storch:
Its slow and low with this aircraft. It will slip sideways, stall and
spin and I even got it to waggle the wings in a sideways crash\stall.
Its slow turning but fun to fly and a real challenge in a cross wind
Normal take off is with one notch of flaps, extremely short take off
is two notches.
Landing settings on the flaps depends on how short a distance you
want to land in, come in low and slow and go to full flaps and brakes
at touchdown for short landings. You want to pull back on the stick
during this manuver or its "Mow the Grass" time. Normal landings
should be with one notch (or none with a contrary wind). The flaps
on this bird are fun to experiment with in varying conditions. More
flaps is getting into the "Hover or Stall" mode.
It has extremely short take off and an even shorter landing (take off
in less than 200' and land in 50' with a head wind! In normal flight
its fun to fly and forgiving in most instances. On stalls and spins
just have plenty of alttitude or its over quick!
While I haven't gotten the conditions just right yet myself, the plane
is capable of almost hovering in a head wind and the right throttle
settings. I was almost at a hover and slipped sideways and went in!
These files are for Fs9/2004. It is a re-paint of the olive drab version of his nightfighter and includes an option for either pylons and tanks (unfortunately only on one side, as this was an omission by the original modeller) or none on the aircraft.
This skin represents a war weary P61A-5, serial No. 42-5547 "Borrowed Time", crewed by 1Lt Herman Ernst and R/O 2Lt Edward Kopsel of the 422nd NFS based at Ford, England in July 1944.
A-4E (Avionics Hump) of VA 195 CAG in late 1968 just after the Dambusters received their A-4E Skyhawks with the avioncs upgrade package, and in preparation for the squadron's 5th deployment to Vietnam. VA-195 embarked upon CV 34, USS Oriskany, in April 1969 as part of Carrier Air Wing 19. Model and paintkit by RAZBAM. Repaint by Steve Bryant January 2014.
This FS9 repaint represents an A-4E (Avionics Hump) of VA 195 in late 1968 just after the Dambusters received their A-4E Skyhawks with the avioncs upgrade package, and in preparation for the squadron's 5th deployment to Vietnam. VA-195 embarked upon CV 34, USS Oriskany, in April 1969 as part of Carrier Air Wing 19. Model and paintkit by RAZBAM. Repaint by Steve Bryant January 2014.
FS9 textures only for the RAZBAM Douglas A-4E Humpback. This repaint is of an A-4E (Avionics Hump) of VA 94 Mighty Shrikes as photographed in August 1970 at NAS Atsugi during an 8 day heavy maintenance and R & R rotation from Yankee Station. Note that 2 different names are carried on opposite sides of the hump, Pinochle on the left and Dakota on the right. Model by Razbam. Repaint by Steve Bryant January 2014.
FS9 textures only for the RAZBAM Douglas A-4E Humpback. This repaint is of an A-4F of VA-22 circa August 1970 during WestPac cruise aboard USS Bon Homme Richard deployed to Yankee Station. Model by Razbam. Repaint by Steve Bryant January 2014.
FS9 textures only for the RAZBAM Douglas A-4L. This repaint represents an aircraft of VC-12 Fighting Omars, Naval Air Reserve Squadron based at Cecil Field, Jacksonville, circa 1975. VC-12 is the Adversary Training Squadron for Naval and Marine Air Reserve units. Model and paintkit by RAZBAM. Repaint by Steve Bryant December 2013.
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