FS9 Repaint for Carenado FS9 Cessna 206 Super Skywagon / Stationair; Taxi Aero San Martin based on a 2008 photo taken at Santa Cruz, Bolivia, El Trompillo (SLET). In order to use these texture files you must have previously installed the Carenado CU206G Stationair 6 II for FS2004. Repaint By: Steve Bryant utilizing the Carenado blank texture set.
FS9 repaint textures only for the excellent Carenado Cessna 206 Stationair Amphibian. This represents C-GZVX and is one of three 206s operated by North-Wright . N-W is based at Norman Wells, NT, Canada and operates scheduled and charter services. In order to use these texture files you must have previously installed the Carenado CU206G Stationair 6 II Regular, Amphibian and Cargo FS2004. Repaint by Steve Braynt based on the Carenado Blank Texture set for the 206.
FS9 Repaint textures only for Carenado Cessna 206 Super Skywagon / Stationair; North-Wright Airways A/C # C-GFCV. N-W operates out of Norman Wells, NWT, Canada. In order to use these texture files you must have previously installed the Carenado CU206G Stationair 6 II Regular, Amphibian and Cargo FS2004. Repaint by Steve. Blank textures from Carenado. January 2011.
FS2004 DH-4, Many DH-4s were used by the Postal Service during the 1920's, and many of the later ones were M models. This Model represents the aircraft being built up for the Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum, is an M-2, and will be converted to a Mail Plane as used by Robertson flying Service on the C. A. M. 2 route between Chicago and St. Louis. Charles Lindbergh was a mail pilot for Robertson, and one of his log book entries refers to a metal DH-4.
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.
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