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  • lefty's Avatar
    Today, 05:39
    Gunston has a reference to the 60-Iet KhAI 3-seat trainer , with forward-swept wings (?) and a 115-hp M3 motor, built to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Institiute in 1990. Would that be it ? Anyway, OH, so we'll try this nicely-turned out reverse staggerer - doubtless straight back to the Netherlands !
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Today, 04:42
    Might have been just me, but as I was looking the page over, I had one of those "Contact us to get rid of the computer virus you just got" pages pop up and I had to go to task manager to get out of it.
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Today, 04:01
    A couple kodaks of my flight across the Celebes Sea. Well, close to it anyway. Since we were flying right over Morotai, and this was a long leg, I used WAMR, which has an ADF station, as a waypoint. The landing at Sorong was fraught with the same perilous trees as the last landing. Funny, I didn't notice them so much when landing the Avenger!
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Today, 00:05
    Hi dl, I tried to land it on the Nimitz. And these are the entries in the cfg. tailhook_length= 4.000 ;(feet) tailhook_position= -26.800, 0.000, 0.000 ;(feet) longitudinal, lateral, vertical positions from datum cable_force_adjust=2.0//cable_force_adjust = 2
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:33
    Well, the Hornet did have a catapult provision as it seems: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Havilland_Hornet Cees
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  • Cees Donker's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:33
    Reviving this old thread for some information. I've got two things that don't work on my system: I can land this baby with no trouble at all, but the taihook doesn't seem to grab the cable. Fortunately I can brake enough before I reach the end of the ship! :biggrin-new: The second thing is that the catapult SHIFT+I causes the plane to sink through the deck, tail first! :dizzy: Has anyone got a solution for these problems? Cees
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:14
    Happy Birthday!!
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  • Allen's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:13
    So that is where the odd looking yellow tanks came from that are on the CFS2 Box...
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:59
    Longish flight, but we muddled on through to WABB http://fs-duenna.com/flights/ShowFlight.php?detail=flight&value=v6nyTPNcMeeD4XeykM90QHA9cI
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  • Navy Chief's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:55
    "Takin' It To The Streets" YEAH!!! :encouragement:
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  • Willy's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:20
    Thanks Salt! And now we know... Gonna be prepping for the flight to WABB here in a bit. Got a couple of chores to do first.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:46
    TheBookie, Thanks for that info. Unlike Port Darwin, I don't profess the D.E.I. campaign to be historically accurate. The original campaign wasn't, and I didn't scorch the ends of the earth doing research on it. Looking at the DEI campaign's readme, the Val isn't used, and neither is the Kate. I'd like the Aleutians and Port Darwin to be more historically accurate, because those are being done as an homage to Talon. (At least the Japanese missions for the Aleutians I already have)
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:14
    As much as I would love to see VS'd B-25C completed, the thought of a WBS B-25J is also exciting. Right now we don't have either one, beyond the MAAM port, which is nice (MAAM, after all) but showing signs of age... John, your account of crawling around in a B-25C only a few serial number digits from Doolittle's planes is pretty special. Some years ago while wandering around the other end of the Chino airport, I stumbled upon a hangar inside of which they were rebuilding B-25 engines. One guy there took a few minutes to explain some of the things they were doing. Good stuff.
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  • PRB's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:03
    Thanks Austin! Made it to WA1A.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:17
    Hey guys, John (UncleTgt) Burdett does a great deal for the CFS2 community...and he made an off-handed observation about the Dutch East Indies campaign's historical accuracy, so I figured this was the least I could do for him, seeing how he's been feverishly slaving away on my behalf.
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:15
    Mksystem, Others have been working on this as well, and thanks for your contribution. Outstanding work!
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  • Rami's Avatar
    Yesterday, 14:13
    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Campaigns Add-Ons Description: This is an optional add-on campaign for the Dutch East Indies auto-installer packages, which creates a more difficult Japanese campaign, & conversely, an easier Dutch campaign than the version included in the original campaign package. Credit for this goes exclusively to UncleTgt, who pointed out to me off-handedly in an email that during the end of 1941 and into the Spring of 1942, only Japanese large carriers (or what Americans would call "fleet" carriers) were equipped with A6M Zeroes, & that light carriers like the Ryujo and Shoho were still equipped with A5M4 Claudes, even up until the Coral Sea campaign. Please be aware that this only affects missions where you fly from the ...
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