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  1. #2451
    It's dark o'clock here too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Rat View Post
    It's dark o'clock here too.
    Hope you launched ALL the tankers (11) ....

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Time to switch on the lights again!

    Again the Restauravia MB.152, as I can't get enough of this model...............




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    And do you see the similarities? The scaled-up version from the Fury (P.V.3) was more or less the bi-plane version of the Hurricane...........





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    The two ARE very close. Easy to see one came from the other. Never really looked at it that close before. Thanks Huub......

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    This Evening I decided too try out something German, that wasn't built by Messerschmitt.
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    This afternoon I took this old thing up for a flight, too check out last nights camo painting frenzy.
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    Very NICE!
    Do not fear the enemy, for they can take only your life. Fear the media far more, for they will destroy your honour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    This afternoon I took this old thing up for a flight, too check out last nights camo painting frenzy.
    Very nice indeed. Which model is that and where can I get it and your repaint?

    Taff
    The grass is always greener on the other side...

    But, it's just as hard to mow!

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    ill tell you a short story of this image, flew cyvr-phnl in dc-10, then when i landed there i was moving to another parkng spot, loaded up the cl-215 and flew to PHLI and heres me at the ga parking spot...

    the cl-215 pictured here isnt with buffalo anymore and is now with Türk Hava Kurumu for the last half decade or so...
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    Akemi Mizoguchi's CFS2 Aichi E13A1 Recon Seaplane.
    You can find it here http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum....php?catid=174
    Repaints are a few weeks away yet still needs a lot of work.

    Steve

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    Here comes the Spectre Gunship


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    Quote Originally Posted by mav View Post
    WOW! I wasn't ex-spectre-ing that!...........

    That Vulcan/Gatling gun on the side..frightening.

    Shessi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    WOW! I wasn't ex-spectre-ing that!...........

    That Vulcan/Gatling gun on the side..frightening.

    Shessi

    The main gun to the rear is a 105mm howitzer. Amazing system.

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by mav View Post
    For FS2004? Please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zswobbie1 View Post
    For FS2004? Please?
    It's the Captain Sim one, payware, was still available on their site

    Ttfn

    Pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackryan172 View Post
    The main gun to the rear is a 105mm howitzer. Amazing system.

    Sean
    Cheers Sean, I see now. Bloody hell, a 105mm!! No wonder it has a huge counter weight/flash supressor on it...must also have a huge recoil system!! gulp!

    Shessi

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    I may be wrong, but I believe that's a 105 "recoil-less" rifle. As long as the crew stay out of the back-blast area they're golden, and it doesn't have a very great effect on the plane.
    I've read stories out of Viet-Nam, one in particular was where a Marine Unit with a FO attached was pinned by a sniper based on the third floor of a building, during the Battle of Hue. They got a Specter on station, and the pilot asked what window the sniper was in. The FO described it for them, and in a few seconds a 105 round went in the designated window. Incredible accuracy indeed!
    Oh, needless to say, that was the end of the sniper. Totally destroyed the room he was in, left the rest of the building fairly well untouched. Saved a lot of troops, not to mention the civvies hiding in the building.

    The Gatling guns, supposedly, can put a 20MM round into every square foot of a football field. Pretty handy against enemy concentrations! They look, at night, like there is a red rope connecting the plane to the ground. Sounds like a dragon exhaling it breath weapon at the enemy. Makes the ground troops VERY happy to have one around.
    Amazingly long loiter time too. Gives the FOs a great weapon to utilize throughout a long night fight.

    That's a beautiful plane. Thanks for the post
    Most nowadays are painted matte black, I thought Gives them a nice visual cammoflage during night time ops. Incredible to see the Gatlings open up out of a black hole in the sky

    Have fun, all!
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    The main gun on the the AC-130E,H,U models was the M102 105mm Howitzer: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M102_howitzer
    The H and U models also had the 40mm Bofars cannon.
    The early H models had twin 20 mm Vulcan cannons.
    the later H models and the U model replaced the twin vulcans with a single 25MM Equalizer auto cannon.
    Im afraid Im not really current on the W and J versions but they add griffin missiles/Viper strike (Stupid name) glide bombs in a rear ramp launcher and agm-114 hellfire missiles on a forward firing wing tip launcher. Some of them have lost the 105 but they do have the 30mm bushmaster autocannon.

    I think I got the variants right

    Sean

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    Ha ha ha...I'm crying...

    ''Some of them have lost the 105 but they do have the 30mm bushmaster autocannon''...sounds like a someone's lacking in the porn department....

    I bet they also have a crapper/dunny/head/john that empties directly to the outside world.....laying down supressive fire.....

    Shessi

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    Not FS9 but it shows off the hardware..........


    "Ultimate End" indeed.
    FTR, I would not be onboard any aircraft attempting to fire a 105mm 'Carl Gustaf' RR laterally.
    My first training op fresh out of Duntroon was a live fire exercise using our Land Rover mounted 'Reckless Rifles'..........back blast was 'considerable'!
    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Now this rare bird could use a gentle makeover.

    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat666 View Post
    Not FS9 but it shows off the hardware..........


    "Ultimate End" indeed.
    FTR, I would not be onboard any aircraft attempting to fire a 105mm 'Carl Gustaf' RR laterally.
    My first training op fresh out of Duntroon was a live fire exercise using our Land Rover mounted 'Reckless Rifles'..........back blast was 'considerable'!

    Early H model, twin 20mm upfront, bofors 40mm cannon, 105mm....boom stick aft. The recoil of the 105 is pretty well damped out by the brake system however it still kicks the aircraft to the right when firing.

    Sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post

    I bet they also have a crapper/dunny/head/john that empties directly to the outside world.....laying down supressive fire.....

    Shessi
    Actually....they DO.... (or at least the C-130 in general does)...

    Not a nice job fixing the pipework when it leaks, but used to get an extra 50p a day (woo) pay for doing it from RAF

    Ttfn

    Pete

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