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    Meanwhile over Poland chasing Bf109s...............


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    Chasing Messerschmitts in the PZL? That must have taken you a while!!

    Sorry, too good to let pass!!

    Nice shot Huub!

    Priller

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    nice stuff there huub

    some little town in northern ontario
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    Quote Originally Posted by Priller View Post
    Chasing Messerschmitts in the PZL? That must have taken you a while!!

    Sorry, too good to let pass!!

    Nice shot Huub!

    Priller
    Don't over estimate the Bf109s. During the invasion of Poland Germany still flew the Bf109 Dora version, which was "only" roughly 60 km/hr faster than the PZL. So a PZL could chase the Bf109 for quite a while, without the risk of ending up in a dogfight.....

    Cheers,
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    Cyqb



    Somewhere in Quebec .... Scenery by Malaysian Flight Sim Group (payware) at Simmarket

    You get all versions included for 1 price; so not bad if you have Fs9,Fsx , and P3d

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    Real vs simulator:

    I have been playing around with ADE trying to make out local airport a little more "Real as it can get" And so here is a pair of comparison shots:



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    Night Witches so these must be Day Wizards..........



    Cheers,
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    Wild Geese

    "Iron Man " Captain Sim repaint by Dave Sweetman ;

    default DC3 paint reworked from Luca Paoloni FSX paint.



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    Not FS2020 but not bad

    Northern Virginia, Corbin Baby Ace


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    From the same book........






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    Ooooo, yes please.

    Have read the book numerous times, but not that recently. If you liked that I would also recommend...



    Semi-fictional (based on actual events, but with some fictionalised characters to tie the story together into a novel)

    regards,
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    Hi Jamie

    The "Mickey Mouse II" repaint is actually quite old. It is based on a very thorough analysis by Jonathan Strickland, who did build a 1/48 model of the aircraft. As his reasoning made sense I did a repaint for FSX based on the default textures of Ding Hao (for which John "Bomber_ 12th" Terrell Kindly gave his permission). As I fly more in FS9 than in FSX I decided to convert the texture into FS9 .bmp format.
    (For John Strickland's analysis: http://hsfeatures.com/features04/goo...ymousejs_1.htm )

    As in my opinion Captain James A. Farebrothers is the actual main character of the book I decided to do the aircraft "Kibitzer" which he flew as well. The repaint is again fictional and based on the hints given in the book.

    I will upload them soonish.

    I have had a quick look at the reviews of Black Camp 21, which are quite good. Soon I will have my summer leave and it might be a good read in the garden to avoid the crowds. Although I still have a pile of books which I "should" read as well...... (my holidays are currently the only periods in which I find the time to allow myself to read a book.)

    Cheers,
    Huub

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    I remember you doing the FSX versions way back when. But I still gravitate towards FS9 more, so great news.

    I don't even have my copy of Black camp 21 anymore, lent it out to a friend and haven't seen it since!! Along with the DVD's of Das Boot and Stalingrad. Must chase him up on those.

    Jamie.

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    Flying in Scotland

    Just landed in Cumbernauld, just as the weather got ugly.


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    Sean,
    Really like that last pic, very nice.

    A simple club flying moment in time, fantastic.

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    To get a holiday feeling

    Sightseeing over France,



    Cheers,
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    KA-27 at moscow

    So I have FS2020 as well as my beloved FS9 and I saw an add for moscow scenery and I thought, well I hadn't been there in a while, lets see what we can see in FS9:

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    The not so common B-17 E


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    I more or less started with the wrong picture, as we have the B-17 D by Shessi, here with textures by UncleTgt:



    Although there is the free fdg2 donationware B-17 F as well, here a picture from the WOP one, as can be found in the "Heavy bombers & Jets package". This time with a repaint by Alexandre Cadel.



    Form the same package the B-17 G, with a repaint by Chuck Lawsen.



    And as there is still a slot open for a picture "Thunderbird" from the now free fdg2 donationware B-17 package.



    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Plymouth Ho!



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    Does anyone still fly this model?



    It is the Curtiss P40 B/C by Bruce Thorson. Although the model is quite old, I consider it still the best P40 B/C model for FS2004.

    The repaint is work in progress. I did this repaint years ago for the WOP FSX model, but as I'm mainly flying in FS2004 I decided to do it for FS9 as well. It is still early work in progress. But as said, I wonder how many of you still fly this model. The repaint depicts "C" form 112 squadron when they just had arrived in in Egypt. There are several pictures from this aircraft which was still in the original Dupont factory colours. So instead of the "normal" RAF dark earth/dark green/sky-S scheme it was painted in the Dupont colours 71-035/71-013/71-021, which didn't fully match the RAF colours. Although the colours are different, I have applied a standard RAF scheme as I from what I understood the aircraft were delivered that way.

    The shark mouth differs from the definitive version used by 112 squadron. This sharkmouth was most likely an early design for the later version and applied on the "C" (Ak367) and "D" (Ak457) aircraft.

    Later the Dark green (Dupont 71-013) was repainted with the RAF colour mid-stone and the Dupont version of Sky-S (Dupont 71-021) was repainted azure blue.

    Cheers,
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    The things you can find in the desert.................






    Cheers,
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    The things you can find in the desert.................Cheers,Huub
    Camel poop maybe.....???

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    Quote Originally Posted by mav View Post
    Camel poop maybe.....???
    Mainly sand Mav, lots of it

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