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    Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 2./JG77


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 2./JG77 Lister, Norway 1941
    Pilot: unknown


    The Bf 109T was based on the E-7 and designed as an aircraft carrier fighter intended to serve on Germany's then under construction carrier, the Graf Zeppelin. The wing span was increased to 36 feet, 4.22 inches, a small spoiler was added to the top of the wings, and added an arrestor hook and catapult fittings.


    An order for 70 was placed with Fieseler with construction fully underway in April 1941. When construction of the Graf Zeppelin was cancelled, the remaining 63 of 70 T-1s were built as T-2s with the carrier equipment either removed, or inactivated like the wing top spoilers. Some of the T-1s may have been converted to T-2 standard.


    It was found that the flight performance of the T-2 was closely comparable to the E-4/N. Because of its ability to take off and land in shorter distances, 42 T-2s were assigned to I/JG.77 and 21 T-2s were assigned to Jagdgruppe Drontheim in June 1941, both units being deployed in Norway on landing strips which were both short and subject to frequent, powerful cross-winds.


    In April and May 1943 a few remaining T-2s were operational with 12 assigned to Jagdstaffel Helgoland (subordinated to JG 11) and 10 were with JG300 as night fighters. a few others were scattered around with training units.


    With a production run of only 70 units the planes were fairly standardized, but field modifications did exist on some planes.


    So each model we have created has its own unique features. This aircraft was equipped with a flat plate plus curved top pilot head armor.


    Pstrany is the primary model author with small model refinements and additions by Captain Kurt as the model was collaborated on during development. Captain Kurt created the textures for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, air files and aircraft.cfg files.

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 2./JG77
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 3./JG77


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: 3./JG77 Herdla, Norway 1941
    Pilot: Lt Alfred Jakobi


    The Bf 109T was based on the E-7 and designed as an aircraft carrier fighter intended to serve on Germany's then under construction carrier, the Graf Zeppelin. The wing span was increased to 36 feet, 4.22 inches, a small spoiler was added to the top of the wings, and added an arrestor hook and catapult fittings.


    An order for 70 was placed with Fieseler with construction fully underway in April 1941. When construction of the Graf Zeppelin was cancelled, the remaining 63 of 70 T-1s were built as T-2s with the carrier equipment either removed, or inactivated like the wing top spoilers. Some of the T-1s may have been converted to T-2 standard.


    It was found that the flight performance of the T-2 was closely comparable to the E-4/N. Because of its ability to take off and land in shorter distances, 42 T-2s were assigned to I/JG.77 and 21 T-2s were assigned to Jagdgruppe Drontheim in June 1941, both units being deployed in Norway on landing strips which were both short and subject to frequent, powerful cross-winds.


    In April and May 1943 a few remaining T-2s were operational with 12 assigned to Jagdstaffel Helgoland (subordinated to JG 11) and 10 were with JG300 as night fighters. a few others were scattered around with training units.


    With a production run of only 70 units the planes were fairly standardized, but field modifications did exist on some planes.


    So each model we have created has its own unique features. This aircraft was not equipped with any pilot head armor and had a FuG25 raio set installed at one point.


    Pstrany is the primary model author with small model refinements and additions by Captain Kurt as the model was collaborated on during development. Captain Kurt created the textures for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, air files and aircraft.cfg files.

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 3./JG77
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 JGr. Drontheim


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category CFS 2 Aircraft - German

    Description: Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2
    by Design Team Daedalus


    Unit: JGr. Drontheim, Trondheim-Vaernes, Norway Summer 1941
    Pilot: unknown


    The Bf 109T was based on the E-7 and designed as an aircraft carrier fighter intended to serve on Germany's then under construction carrier, the Graf Zeppelin. The wing span was increased to 36 feet, 4.22 inches, a small spoiler was added to the top of the wings, and added an arrestor hook and catapult fittings.


    An order for 70 was placed with Fieseler with construction fully underway in April 1941. When construction of the Graf Zeppelin was cancelled, the remaining 63 of 70 T-1s were built as T-2s with the carrier equipment either removed, or inactivated like the wing top spoilers. Some of the T-1s may have been converted to T-2 standard.


    It was found that the flight performance of the T-2 was closely comparable to the E-4/N. Because of its ability to take off and land in shorter distances, 42 T-2s were assigned to I/JG.77 and 21 T-2s were assigned to Jagdgruppe Drontheim in June 1941, both units being deployed in Norway on landing strips which were both short and subject to frequent, powerful cross-winds.


    In April and May 1943 a few remaining T-2s were operational with 12 assigned to Jagdstaffel Helgoland (subordinated to JG 11) and 10 were with JG300 as night fighters. a few others were scattered around with training units.


    With a production run of only 70 units the planes were fairly standardized, but field modifications did exist on some planes.


    So each model we have created has its own unique features. This aircraft was equipped with a flat plate plus curved top pilot head armor and had an add-on armored glass windscreen.


    Pstrany is the primary model author with small model refinements and additions by Captain Kurt as the model was collaborated on during development. Captain Kurt created the textures for each, the 2D instrument panel, the individual .dp files, air files and aircraft.cfg files.

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2 JGr. Drontheim
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    New Messerschmitt Bf 109T-2s posted

    The Luftwaffe's intended carrier fighter destined to operate only from land. Enjoy.
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    Fascinating plane, great model. Many thanks!

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    Hi Team
    Great work, as usual.
    Super addition.
    Cheers
    Stuart

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    Great work !!!!
    After many years from the JRLuCARINY model , a new Bf 109T.

    Umm........( Sorry Captain ) but 109_A2 texture is in DX T1 so needs to be changed .


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    This has already become the best and most complete collection of Bf-109 ever.
    Many thanks, guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fani View Post
    Great work !!!!
    After many years from the JRLuCARINY model , a new Bf 109T.

    Umm........( Sorry Captain ) but 109_A2 texture is in DX T1 so needs to be changed .

    Well not really necessary as it displays fine, but done anyway

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    A variant that I have only read about and never seen reproduced in any flight sim! What a treat! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Daedalus View Post
    Well not really necessary as it displays fine, but done anyway

    In my program , it displays like a completely black surface.
    It is impossible not to notice.



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    Thank you!


    Cheers mav

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    Thanks for another nice German aircraft!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fani View Post
    In my program , it displays like a completely black surface.
    It is impossible not to notice.


    Guess it's a difference in graphics cards thing, but yeah that would get your attention. Are the updated downloads working OK for you?
    Cheers,

    Captain Kurt
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    All good on my end... no issues with display window .


    Cheers mav

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Kurt View Post
    Guess it's a difference in graphics cards thing, but yeah that would get your attention. Are the updated downloads working OK for you?
    Thanks Captain !!!!!


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    Thanks Team, it is really nice to have a decent Bf109 Toni

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Wow, what a nice surprise!!! Thank you so much!!!

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    Captain Kurt,

    You did an amazing job! Thank you for all of your efforts on this!
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    Thanks for another nice German fighter aircraft.

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    Nice renditions of a neglected version of the 109, thanks for doing these.

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