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    Quote Originally Posted by MaskRider View Post
    ...However, no matter. After doing some more research I believe I will go ahead and pretend ...
    Ummm...i thought that was SOP on our ship?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat241 View Post
    Ummm...i thought that was SOP on our ship?
    That's what makes it so much fun, eh?

    While we are at it, here are screenies of all four pretend versions of the XP-47J. Nice looking rigs, eh?

    Thanks Dave, Milton and everyone else concerned!

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    Yep...an awesome 'what if' indeed

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    A few screenies of Dave and Milton's Republic XP-72 "Ultrabolt"-

    The first 2 show the default skin which turns out to be that of a Douglas A-1 Skyraider (Unit ID: TT-314) belonging to the 602nd AIR-COMMANDO-SQUADRON, 34th-Tactical-Group, Vietnam-Thailand 1966-1969

    The second 2 show the included Viet Nam Air Force skin. It seems to be taken from some non-specific unit of the Viet Nam Air Force, most likely also a A-1 Skyraider, identified only by a partial hull number of 42072.

    These two packages, the XP-47J and the XP-72, are both really nice packages. Very robust! Thanks to all involved.

    Cheers,
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    Last edited by MaskRider; August 9th, 2020 at 20:54.
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    These from 2014, but since you brought it up, i guess this is a good occasion for a replay...









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    Hee heeee! That's what I'm talkin' about!

    Okay BC, where did that skin come from??? I want it!

    Is it a convert from Milton Shupe's 2014 "Republic XP-72 Interceptor" pack for FS9- xp72.zip?

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    Last edited by MaskRider; August 9th, 2020 at 23:09.
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    Yeah...the XP72 that you have. Check your email later...

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    Thanks very much BC,

    Just noticed it in my inbox. I get her loaded up and have some fun!

    In the meantime, a shot of an XP-47J from RAF-SEAC locking horns with a wayward Ki-67 "Peggy"s near Sagan Airfield in the Western New Guinea.

    Cheers,
    MR


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