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    Military Aviation Museum

    there is the scenery Military Aviation Museum ?


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_Aviation_Museum
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    Definitely a must place to visit. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards, Tom Stovall, KRDD


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mario Donadon View Post
    there is the scenery Military Aviation Museum ?
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_Aviation_Museum
    As far as I know, there is no scenery for this Museum.
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    Eu só encontrei para 2004, procuro um lugar para pilotar aviões antigos, acho que vou fazer esse cenário




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    This was the only scenery that I could find. It's for FS2004. 42va_v11.zip at AVSIM Library.

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    [QUOTE = MrZippy; 1133961] Este foi o único cenário que pude encontrar. É para o FS2004. 42va_v11.zip na Biblioteca AVSIM.

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    That's right, from what I read in the Readme, I authorize the use of objects as long as it is free not paid
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    Photorreal test,


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    That photoreal layer looks very nice, Mario. Are those from the FS2004 scenery, or from another project? I've had the 42va_v11.zip scenery installed in FSX for some time. The Hangar and runways appear to be fine, yet the trees and other objects have display issues in FSX.
    -Mark

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    Good evening friends, as I said at the beginning of the post I was interested in the scene, I wanted to make antiques, I did the Photorreal I just added the new hangars but I used the main hangars of the 2004 scenarios By Ed 'Geneer' I would like to make it available to everyone, but not without his permission.









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    I did the Photorreal I just added the new hangars but I used the main hangars of the 2004 scenarios By Ed 'Geneer' I would like to make it available to everyone, but not without his permission.
    Understood. Hopefully Ed gives his 'ok'. Your upgrades look quite impressive!
    -Mark

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    just curious if this has been released yet? i stumbled upon it. it looks great and almost looks like the current setup.

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    Mario, I sent you a PM concerning release permission for this scenery. Please let me know if you got it.

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    I know a few were given to Beta Testers, but as far as a full release, I've never seen any sign that it ever happened. It's not in the SOH Downloads, not in flightsim.com or AVSim. So it doesn't look like it's available.
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    Thanks Falcon409,. I hope to get in touch with him so he can release this scenery to everyone.

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