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  • PRB's Avatar
    Today, 14:14
    Approved. You may use ground mapping radar systems if the plane has one. And glad to have you on board! O.T. - Where have I been? I didn't know those folks at Virtavia made an A-4 for FSX! Looks pretty nice too. Might have to purchase that one...
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Today, 12:47
    Interesting before and after pics. The approach light towers are smaller. And the car is older... :) And that 727 laying down a black smoke screen! Good stuff.
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  • wombat666's Avatar
    Today, 11:27
    Should be interesting to watch as the Euro goes into free fall after the UK decision to leave the EU...........:dizzy:
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Today, 11:16
    FSX native with spec textures really helps. Unlike the F-80 which is a portover and my main focus. The T-33 is at a point now that unless I learn a new trick, any more tinkering will probably just make it worse. So, I've saved that "recipe" and try to see if I can apply it to the F-80 and see what happens. My previous attempt at the 80 came out with some odd pinkish, purplish tints so I'm redoing the metal layer using the shades of grey from the T-33.
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 10:48
    The carrier has a frequency you can tune into with the RFN gauge. It points you to the carrier and even has a ILS function. Hope this helps, Cees DaveB is the expert!
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Today, 06:38
    Happy Birthday!
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  • falcon409's Avatar
    Today, 05:00
    Looking pretty darned good Willy. Nice job!
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Today, 04:32
    I keep plugging away at doing bare metal from scratch and while I am making progress, I think I've still got a bit to go. But this T-33 paint I did for our up coming jet race is about where I'm at with it now. I need another "ah ha moment"....
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Today, 04:28
    I was going to switch over the T-33, but ran into some "otto" issuses. Like as near as I can tell, it doesn't have one. So, I figured I'd go back to my old trusty Gee Bee. I did get this pic of it along with Taco checking his guns in the background....
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  • AussieMan's Avatar
    Today, 00:42
    I hear what you are saying about the rain Dave. Here in good ol' OZ we would rather see the rain in the late spring or summer. A wet winter here creates massive fuel loads which makes for a very firey summer.
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:01
    Really dosen't seem to matter. Rain or no rain. We burn each summmer....
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:13
    Sorry about the error. It seem to be an odd one and dosen't effect every system.
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:12
    My worry is no dedicated graphics card (removable). If you can or got the spec from what the integrated graphic card (part of the motherboard and can't be removed) is would be helpfull. The GeForce 6150LE you have now is a integrated graphic card (non-removed) but I think I could send you the GeForce 6600 I have and I think it would just plug in. Than things are unknow to me. It man need a trip into BIOS to disable the old integrated graphic card.
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  • EasyEd's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:54
    Hey All, Paul the cougar is basically a swept wing panther so that number looks good and I'll put max mach at 1.2 if that works. Attached is the config file for the cougar. Yeah my brother in law and sister have had quite the lives. His story about getting a medal from Israel for bravery is phenomenal as is a funny one about hauling penguins from antartica. You likely didn't know the airforce did such things. Anyway he was grounded by my sister once as she said the plane was not ready and she wouldn't budge - he says he had to marry someone like that. -Ed-
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  • txnetcop's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:43
    Yep I noticed but if he is watching I wanted him to know how much I have enjoyed his aircraft. Ted
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  • WarHorse47's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:24
    That is just plain weird. I would rule out the artifact patch. That pertained to the interior model, and this is definitely an exterior issue. I watched the video a couple of times and stopped it towards the end. The cables seem to be rotation around a different axis than the rotors. No edits or mods to your aircraft.cfg, right?
    20 replies | 768 view(s)
  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:49
    I thought someone said there's a beach around here???
    3 replies | 124 view(s)
  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:18
    Dombral, Here are a few more for you... "title_string"=Menace (FAA) - Bringing Swordfish to Dakar "summary_string"=Listen up, chaps! The Vichy French have rejected our peace offer, & sent out reconnaissance planes to chart our ship positions. You'll return the favor by trying to sneak through their air cover & attack the Richelieu! We were successful during the July raid, but the enemy has brought in newer aircraft since then. Let's hope we can repeat our success! "objective_string"=Documentation on any British aerial attacks during the period from 23-25 September are sketchy, but any assaults they made would have been done with Skuas and Swordfish which were aboard the HMS Ark Royal during this time period. Likewise, there is little evidence of any French interceptions, but after...
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  • WarHorse47's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:00
    Jeansy, can you take a vertical shot looking straight down at the rotor hub? And, do the cables show when the engines are shut down and there's no rotor motion?
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 13:42
    Thanks for the scenery tip Mike! I'm reading this book right now. About half way through. The Hunter Killers: The Extraordinary Story of the First Wild Weasels, the Band of Maverick Aviators Who Flew the Most Dangerous Missions of the Vietnam War. An amazing story. To say those crews had "big giant brass ones" would understate it. The loss rate for these missions was 50%. And still they went out day after day, inventing a new way to deal with a new threat. By trial and error.
    3 replies | 124 view(s)
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