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  1. F/A-18A made by TMF (TheMirageFactory)

    This is the old and original F/A-18A Hornet made by TMF. The original host place is gone. So i upload the file for all of us, who still love it to fly the first generation Wings Over .... sims.
    Below the readme:
     
    F/A-18A Hornet  made by The Mirage Factory
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    I. This mod is written for WoX
     
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    II.
    CREDITS:
    This plane is made by TMF.
    SFP1 Model
    Plane
    3D : Flying Toaster
    Mapping, SFP1 import : BPAo
    Base Textures : Column5
    VMFA-122 Markings : USAFMTL
    FM : Column5
    Cockpit
    3D : Flying Toaster/BPAo
    Textures : BPAo, HUD from Kesselbrut
    Effects : BPAo
    Bidons
    3D : BPAo
    Textures : Column5
    Test Team
    Camouflage, Manetsim, Sony Tuckson, Column5, Tom Venom, USAFMTL

    My little part was only to repack the files into 7zip format.

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    III.
    INSTALLATION:
    -Unzip all files into your Wings over Europe or Wings over Israel or Wings over Vietnam or Strike Fighters folder.
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    IV. This mod is FREEWARE. COMMERCIAL use is NOT ALLOWED.
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    V.
    For remarks, comments, bugs, etc please use CombatAce forum or send me a PM.
    Hope you enjoy it.

    Michael (Gepard)
    February 2018
     

    73 downloads

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  2. Mirage Factory F/A-18A Hornet

    A completely new F/A-18A Hornet by Flying Toaster, Bpao, C5 and USAFMTL. Includes very detailed pit, droptanks and sounds.

    15,569 downloads

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  3. RAAF EA-18G Growler

    Update on the RAAF EA-18G Growler for SF1
     
    Update:
     
    - Skins
    - Damage textures
    - Aircarft Numbers
     
    No Superhornet cockpit for SF1 so I've retextured the F-18A pit
     
    Radar upgrade
    Cockpit reflections
     
    Issues with the Superhornet Drop Tanks and SHpod, in oder to deal with these problems I've add the old F-18A drop tanks and Litening pod.
     
     
     
    Thanks to EricJ and ThirdWire

    244 downloads

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  4. F/A-18E Super Hornet (New Model) v1.9

    READ THE README
     
    requires 7z to open:
     
    http://www.7z.org
     
    Adobe PDF for the readme:
     
    http://www.adobe.com
     
    Falls under the Combatace.com Freeware License Agreement
     
    Version 1.9 Fixes
    -SHARP Pod Added
    -Improved Textures from the SF2 Version used.
    -Fuel capacity adjusted from the US Navy NATOPS manual.
     
    It should be advised that this was designed for SFP1/WOV/WOI/WOE, not Strike Fighters 2 as issues from that game will affect gameplay to varying degrees.
     
    If you wish to use this in SF2 DO NOT use this version, go here: http://combatace.com/files/file/9401-super-hornet-package-for-sf2-v19/

    5,674 downloads

       (18 reviews)

    6 comments

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  5. F/A-18F Super Hornet (New Model) V1.9

    READ THE README
     
    requires 7z to open:
     
    http://www.7z.org
     
    Adobe PDF for the readme:
     
    http://www.adobe.com
     
    Has weapon additions, and skin templates.
     
    Falls under the Combatace.com Freeware License Agreement
     
    Version 1.9 Fixes:
    -Improved Textures from the SF2 Version used.
    -Fuel capacity adjusted from the US Navy NATOPS manual.
    -SHARP Pod also included including weapondata additions.
     
    It should be advised that this was designed for SFP1/WOV/WOI/WOE, not Strike Fighters 2 as issues from that game will affect gameplay to varying degrees.
     
     
    If you wish to use this in SF2 DO NOT use this version, go here: http://combatace.com/files/file/9401-super-hornet-package-for-sf2-v19/

    5,960 downloads

       (21 reviews)

    9 comments

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  6. EA-18G Growler (New Model) v1.5

    READ THE README
     
    requires 7z to open:
     
    http://www.7z.org
     
    Adobe PDF for the readme:
     
    http://www.adobe.com
     
    -Fixed Laser Target HUD Symbology
     
    It should be advised that this was designed for SFP1/WOV/WOI/WOE, not Strike Fighters 2 as issues from that game will affect gameplay to varying degrees.
     
    If you wish to use this in SF2 DO NOT use this version, go here: http://combatace.com/files/file/9401-super-hornet-package-for-sf2-v19/

    4,406 downloads

       (14 reviews)

    2 comments

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  7. F/A-18F Super Hornet Block II

    All I did was to modify the AVIONICS.INI to block II configuration, mainly simulating the APG-79 AESA radar, using the VFA-213 skins
    (VFA-213 has block II planes).You NEED to have the original F/A-18F installed first, because all the the effects, pilot, weapons etc. are NOT included.
     
    Be aware:
     
    -This is NOT a 100% correct F/A-18F Block II plane, since if we want to follow reality faithfully a modified -almost new- cockpit is needed.
    - I haven't found a detailed performance description of the APG-79 radar, so some changes are in reality "best guess".
     
    So the Credit should really go to:
     
    Skin by SidDogg
     
    Template by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    3D Model by 101tfs
     
    Flight Model by Erwin_hans
     
    INI work by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    Effects by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    Original F/A-18A/B Cockpit by TMF modified to an F-18E/F by Erwin_hans.
     
    And last but not least: Remember this is a FREEWARE!!

    4,150 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    4 comments

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  8. EA-18G Growler

    Plucked straight from the readme file...
     
     
     

    EA-18G Growler
    Model By:Erin_Hans/101TFS
    Paint/decals/tweaks:WombRaider
    Testing:STORM


     
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    A little history of the EA-18G.....
     
    The E/A-18G is the Navy's replacement for the EA-6B Airborne Electronic Attack aircraft and represents an entirely new way of looking at legacy aircraft replacement. Leveraging existing production capabilities at Boeing and Northrop Grumman, the Navy is using the F/A-18E/F MYC to buy an additional quantity of 'F' Aircraft, and marrying those airframes with Northrop Grumman's in-production Improved Capabilities (ICAP)- III Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) system to produce the E/A- 18G to replace the aging EA-6B aircraft. This allows us to deliver the next generation Airborne Electronic Attack capability at reduced cost and in the shortest possible timeframe. The Marine Corps is examining a range of possibilities that will provide the needed capability.
     
    In late September 2006 the Boeing Company delivered the first EA-18G Growler airborne electronic attack (AEA) aircraft to the US Navy test site at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, MD. The first EA-18G, known as aircraft EA-1, made the two-hour flight from St. Louis to Maryland with U.S. Navy pilot Lt. Matt Doyle and weapons system operator U.S. Navy Cmdr. Jamie Engdahl on board. EA-1 is the first of two test aircraft built under a System Development and Demonstration contract Boeing signed with the Navy on Dec. 29, 2003. In addition to flight testing, EA-1 will undergo extensive ground testing in the Patuxent River anechoic chamber to assess on-board radar, receiver and jammer compatibility and performance. The second EA-18G will join the flight test program at Patuxent River later this year.
     
    The E/A-18G is the fourth major variant of the F/A-18 family of aircraft. The EA-18G will serve as the Navy's replacement for the EA-6B providing a capability to detect, identify, locate, and suppress hostile emitters. The EA-18G will have the capability to operate autonomously or as a major node in a network-centric operation and will provide accurate emitter targeting for employment of onboard suppression weapons such as the High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM). Prime contractors are Boeing Aircraft Corporation of St. Louis, MO for the airframe and General Electric Company, Aircraft Engine Division of Lynn, MA for the engines. Northrop Grumman Corporation, Bethpage, NY is a major subcontractor.
     
    The EA-18 will perform full-spectrum electronic surveillance and electronic attack of enemy threat radars and communications nets. The EA-18 leverages the U.S. Navy's investment in the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet platform. A derivative of the two-seat F/A-18F Super Hornet - a platform which is in production today - the EA-18 is a highly flexible design that enables the warfighter to perform a broad range of tactical missions, operating from either the deck of an aircraft carrier or land-based fields. The EA-18 is 99 percent common with the Super Hornet and would be expected to significantly reduce support and training costs for the US Navy.
     
    The EA-18G's electronic attack upgrades will meet EA-6B (ALQ-218, ALQ-99, USQ-113) Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) capability to detect, identify, locate and suppress hostile emitters; provide enhanced connectivity to National, Theater and Strike assets; and provide organic precision emitter targeting for employment of onboard suppression weapons High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM) to fulfill operational requirements. The man in the loop operation and advanced information display system will allow real time assessment of the tactical situation and the appropriate response executed in accordance with the rules of engagement. The performance of the aircraft is compatible with the primary strike/fighter aircraft projected to be in the inventory in the 2010 time period, allowing it to be fully integrated into specific strike packages. It will also have the capacity to provide broad area coverage for extended periods of time to support numerous strikes or other air operations in a federated context. The EA-18G is being designed to perform a range of Electronic Warfare/Electronic Attack functions either simultaneously or independently.
     
    The F/A-18G had minor shortcomings relative to the EA-6B ICAP-III baseline of the Advanced Electronic Attack (AEA) Analysis of Alternatives study. By incorporating alterations, such as inclusion of a digital receiver system, complete communications electronic attack system, and routable network information system, this valid core can become a viable force for the future. The mission radius and time on station figures with typical air defense suppression loads are nearly identical. AEA system components designed for the EA -6B ICAP-III were easily adaptable for use in the F/A-18G. An initial study of the electro-magnetic interference susceptibility for the F/A-18G was concluded with favorable results. Although the LR-700 can be adapted for use in this airframe, a digital implementation revolutionizes electronic surveillance with low probability of intercept radar and complex modulation waveform detection, coherent jamming capability, active cancellation look through, and specific emitter identification. An internet protocol routable network approach is introduced as a possible means to seamless connectivity and fully integrated data picture. The multi-role capability of the F/A-18G will provide synergistic strike and survivability advantages as well as training and readiness challenges. A quantification of overall effectiveness demonstrates the F/A-18G is a viable EA -6B follow-on and AEA platform.
     
    The EA-18 was the only alternative to the EA-6B based on a derivative from an in-production, aircraft carrier adept aircraft. It has the basic tactical capabilities of the F/A-18F Super Hornet coupled with the enhanced electronic attack capability of the ICAP III Prowler. The EA-18 will eliminate the type model series airplane off the flight deck. The configuration of the airplane in terms of capability will be equivalent to what is anticipated in the EA-6B with ICAP III installed, and a concentration on the LR-700 receiver, which will allow tracking of threats. Instead of pre-emptive jamming it will provide selective reactive jamming.
     
    The airplane, though dedicated to the electronic attack mission, can be changed from an EA back to an 'F' with relative ease and vice versa. It allows flexibility on the flight deck. You can use up a certain portion of the life of the airplane flying it as an electronic attack airplane, and then shift missions, and use another section as a fighter. There is certainly a big difference in fighting Iraq with a strong intergraded jamming system compared to fighting in Afghanistan.
     
    The EA-18 will retain everything in it that the F/A-18F Super Hornet has today with two exceptions. The wing tip stations will have receiving antennas. The gun will be replaced with avionics boxes containing the LR-700 receiver and satellite communications, which interface with the ALQ-99 Tactical Jamming System pods.
     
    The EA-18 is based on the two-seat F/A-18F with the Block 2 avionics upgrades, including active-array radar and advanced rear crew station, already under development for the Super Hornet. Production cost on a unit flyaway basis will be 15-18% more than a basic F/A-18F in then-year dollars. An EA-18 will cost $7-9 million more, based on the nominal Super Hornet unit price of $50 million by the end of the current multi-year procurement contract. Concurrent production of EA-18s and E/Fs would further reduce the Super Hornet's price. The company estimated that, if 12 EA-18s are built each year alongside 48 E/Fs, the cost of each E/F would be reduced by up to $3 million. The US Navy would see operating and support savings, with the EA-18 expected to cost $7,400/h to operate, compared with over S17,000/h for the EA-6B.
     
    The EA-18G aircraft, chosen to augment electronic attack capabilities across the services and replace the Navy's EA-6B, will be a missionized F/A-18F airframe to provide capabilities to detect, identify, and locate hostile radio frequency emitters in order to direct jamming against radar and communications threats, and to fire suppression weapons such as High-speed Anti-Radiation Missiles (HARMs). The EA-18G incorporates a version of the airborne electronic attack (AEA) suite developed for the Improved Capability (ICAP) III EA-6B upgrade. The Navy plans to include a newly configured Communications Countermeasure Set as a replacement for the USQ-113.
     
    The EA-18 was selected to replace the EA-6B Prowler electronic warfare aircraft to provide an Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA). The EA-6B will begin retirement in the 2010 timeframe, after a career that exceeded 40 years of deployments in support of USN, USMC, and USAF strike forces. As of early 2000, Defense Department planning for replacing the EA-6B Prowler include a scheme under which the Navy would buy an F/A-18G "Growler" -- an F/A-18E/F modified for escort and close-in jamming. The Air Force would provide standoff jamming with modified EB-52s or EB-1s, and close-in jamming with unmanned air vehicles such as the Northrop Grumman Global Hawk or General Atomics Predator.
     
    The DoD's only air-based EA jamming capability was provided by 123 EA-6B Prowlers. It was projected that these 123 aircraft will no longer adequately support required Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) missions beyond the year 2010 due to attrition and airframe life limits. In order to maintain the tactical advantage over enemy air defenses, the DoD must augment and ultimately replace its aging and diminishing fleet of EA-6B aircraft with an equal or better AEA capability.
     
    The EA-18 is the result of an engineering design, development and test effort that began in late 1993. This effort has included avionics and aircraft conceptual design, engineering analysis, high- and low-speed wind tunnel testing, electromagnetic interference/compatibility laboratory testing, antenna range testing and extensive crew-vehicle interface development.
     
    In November 2001 Boeing successfully completed an initial flight demonstration of its EA-18 Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) concept aircraft. The test used an F/A-18F Super Hornet to carry three ALQ-99 jamming pods and two fuel tanks while measuring noise and vibration data and assessing aircraft flying qualities.
     
    In April 2002 Boeing completed the third successful flight demonstration of its EA-18 Airborne Electronic Attack concept aircraft. The test, conducted April 5, used an F/A-18F Super Hornet to carry three ALQ-99 jamming pods and two fuel tanks while measuring noise and vibration data and assessing aircraft flying qualities. Boeing teammate, Northrop Grumman, instrumented the ALQ-99 jamming pods to gather the noise and vibration information. The combination of a validated design, proven platform and proven electronics positioned the EA-18 program to begin a system development and demonstration phase in 2003.
     
     
     
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    How to install this package!!!
     
    1.Unzip the Growler zip file to the root of your sim.
     
    2.Use the weapon editor, and open your current weaponDATA.ini. Merge the supplied ini with the original WeaponDATA.ini. you can also use the data below to manually put the weapons in. I suggest using the merge option though.
     
    3.Add the squadron to your squadronlists
     
    4.Go blow stuff up
     
    5.Have a cigar
     
    ...Any problems send me a PM on Combatace.com, username WombRaider
     
     
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    Thanks go out to the following people...
     
    -Erwin_Hans and 101TFS for their nice F-18 package!
     
    -Combatace staff for hosting such a great freeware site
     
    -STORM for the beta testing
     
    -TK for making such an open game
     
     
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    Your new squadron....
     
    [squadronXXX]
    Name=VAQ132
    DisplayName=VAQ-132 'Scorpions'
    Nation=USN

    2,375 downloads

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  9. F/A-18F Update

    First and most importantly, all credits go to 101tfs and Erwi_hans for original work.
    They gave us the Super Hornet and should be applauded for doing so. Nice work guys.
     
     
    So, this is what this update includes....
     
    Changes in the DATA.ini file are the attachment position for the z-axis for stations 17,18,19,and 20.
    Previously, ordinances were resting a little bit too high into the pylon.
    I've also corrected the animation for the ailerons and the rudders so that they're not reversed anymore.
     
    LOADOUT.INI file explains how the loadouts work incase it was confusing for any of you.
    I also changed the loadout packages with different weapons. But you can change that to
    your own likeing. I've also added a launcher (see ReadMe) for AGMs. I think you'll like it.
     
    - serverandenforcer.

    1,431 downloads

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  10. F/A-18F

    F/A-18E/F Super Hornet from Wiki....
     
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    F/A-18E/F Super Hornet
     
     
    The Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a supersonic carrier-capable fighter/attack aircraft. The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a
     
    larger and more advanced derivative of the F/A-18C/D Hornet. The Super Hornet entered service with the United States Navy in
     
    1999, replacing the F-14 Tomcat since 2006 and will serve alongside the original Hornet. The Super Hornet was ordered in 2007
     
    by the Royal Australian Air Force to replace its aging F-111 fleet.
     
     
    Airframe changes.The forward fuselage is unchanged while the wing, center and aft fuselage, tail surfaces and power plants
     
    are new. The wing area of the Super Hornet is 25% larger.The fuselage was stretched to carry more fuel and room for future
     
    avionics upgrades. An engine with 35% more power, the General Electric F414, was developed from the Hornet's F404 to power
     
    this larger, heavier aircraft.The Super Hornet can return to an aircraft carrier with a larger load of unspent fuel and
     
    munitions than the original Hornet. The term for this ability is known as "bringback". Bringback for the Super Hornet is in
     
    excess of 9,000 pounds (4,000 kg).
     
    Other differences include rectangular intakes for the engines, a reduced radar cross section (RCS), two extra wing hard
     
    points for payload, and other aerodynamic changes.One of the most significant of which is the inclusion of significantly
     
    enlarged leading edge extensions (LEX) which provide improved vortex lifting characteristics in high angle of attack
     
    maneuver, and reduce the static stability margin to enhance pitching characteristics. This results in pitch rates in excess
     
    of 40 degrees per second.[ In the end, the Super Hornet shared little with earlier F/A-18s aft of the forward fuselage. The
     
    Super Hornet has 42% fewer structural parts than the original Hornet design.Flight characteristics include being highly
     
    departure resistant through its flight envelope, and having high angle-of-attack with care free flying qualities for combat
     
    and ease of training.
     
     
    Radar signature reduction measures
     
    Survivability is an important feature of the Super Hornet design. The US Navy says that a "balanced approach" to
     
    survivability was built in to the design.This means that it does not rely on low-observable technology such as stealth
     
    systems-to the exclusion of other survivability factors. Instead, its design incorporates a combination of stealth, advanced
     
    electronic-warfare capabilities, reduced ballistic vulnerability, the use of standoff weapons, and innovative tactics that
     
    cumulatively and collectively enhance the safety of the fighter and crew.
     
    The F/A-18E/F's radar cross section was reduced greatly from some aspects, mainly front and rear.The design of the engine
     
    inlets reduce the aircraft's forward sector radar cross section. The alignment of the leading edges of the engine inlets is
     
    designed to scatter radiation to the sides. Fixed fanlike reflecting structures in the inlet tunnel divert radar energy away
     
    from the rotating fan blades.
     
    The Super Hornet also makes considerable use of panel join serration and edge alignment. Considerable attention has been paid
     
    to the removal or filling of unnecessary surface join gaps and resonant cavities. Where the F/A-18A-D used grilles to cover
     
    various accessory exhaust and inlet ducts, the F/A-18E/F uses perforated panels that appear opaque to radar waves at the
     
    frequencies used. Careful attention has been paid to the alignment of many panel boundaries and edges, to scatter traveling
     
    waves away from the aircraft.
     
    It is claimed that the Super Hornet employs the most extensive radar cross section reduction measures of any contemporary
     
    fighter, other than the F-22 and planned F-35. While the F/A-18E/F is not a true stealth fighter like the F-22, it will have
     
    a frontal RCS an order of magnitude smaller than prior generation fighters.
     
     
    Avionics
     
    While there are some similar cockpit items of the original Hornet, the Super Hornet features a touch-sensitive, up-front
     
    control display; a larger, liquid crystal multipurpose color display; and a new engine fuel display.The Super Hornet has a
     
    quadruplex digital fly-by-wire system, as well as a digital flight-control system that detects and corrects for battle
     
    damage.Super Hornet production started with the APG-73 radar. The APG-79 AESA radar was introduced later (see the upgrade
     
    section below).
     
    The AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR (Advanced Targeting Forward Looking InfraRed), is the main electro-optical sensor and laser designator
     
    pod for the Super Hornet. Defensive systems are coordinated through the Integrated Defensive Countermeasures system (IDECM).
     
    The IDECM system includes the ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser, the ALE-50 towed decoy, the AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning
     
    receiver, and the ALQ-165 Airborne Self-Protect Jammer (ASPJ). Aircrew have the ability to use night vision goggles (NVG) for
     
    Super Hornet operations which means the aircraft interior and exterior lighting are NVG compatible.
     
     
     
    And..........
     
     
    F/A-18F Super Hornet
     
    Skins by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    3D Model by 101tfs
     
    Flight Model by Erwin_hans
     
    INI work by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    Effects by 101tfs and Erwin_hans
     
    Original F/A-18A/B Cockpit by TMF modified to an F-18E/F by Erwin_hans.
     
    ***************************************************************************************************************************
     
    Thanks:
     
     
     
    For Cockpit:
     
    Based at TMF's F/A-18A,and littlesmoke's FA-18a panel repaint v1.1
     
     
     
    For avionics:
     
    I used some TGAs from Moonjumper aka Crusader's F-15C MISP, and HUD I used C-15 Spanish EF-18 HORNET by sordo
     
    RWR Symbology from Fubar512
     
     
    I didn't change much the F/A-18A's FM because of F and A are not too different.
     
     
     
    Some infors come from CAers:
     
    AmokFloo,littlesmoke,76.IAPBlackbird,Vampyre,Silverbolt,ArturR,rovert97,Dave,Hrntfixr,ace888..........and others
     
    Really hanks you a lot ! :-)
     
    *********************************************************************************************************************
     
     
    1, unzip the FA-18F.rar
     
     
    *********************************************************************************************************************
     
     
    2,Copy ALL FA-18F folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to :
     
    Strike Fighters\Objects\aircraft directory
     
     
    *********************************************************************************************************************
     
     
    3,Copy ALL effect folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to :
     
    Strike Fighters\effect directory
     
     
    *********************************************************************************************************************
     
     
    4,Copy ALL weapon folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to :
     
    Strike Fighters\Objects\weapon directory
     
    Open included 'AddToWeaponData INI.txt' files. copy text and paste into WEAPONDATA.INI file. and change numbers to your
     
    current list. Run WeaponEditor and resave it.
     
     
     
    *********************************************************************************************************************
     
     
    5,then............enjoy it
     
     
     
    ******** EVERYONE CAN USE THESE MODELS for all Third Wire projects, as you want.************************
     
     
    Erwin_Hans and 101tfs

    7,912 downloads

       (20 reviews)

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  11. C-15 Spanish EF-18 HORNET

    Here we have the classical EF-18 HORNET from the Spanish Air Force including the HUD with CCIP.
    Vista, Suerte y al Toro!
     
    *Admin Edit based on work of the Mirage Factory.

    1,612 downloads

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  12. Finnish F-18 Mod

    Finnish F-18 Hornet mod by USAFMTL
     
    Skins by mike1
     
    modded with permission by bpao.
     
    Make sure you have the original F/A-18A available at Combatace and Column5's site. By having these you get the effects, sounds etc.
     
    Latest wep pack by Bunyap is required.

    876 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  13. Spanish F-18 Hornet Mod

    Spanish F-18 Hornet mod by USAFMTL
     
    Skins by mike1
     
    modded with permission by bpao.
     
    Make sure you have the original F/A-18A available at Combatace and Column5's site. By having these you get the effects, sounds etc.
     
    Latest wep pack by Bunyap is required.
     
    Enjoy
     
    USAFMTL

    1,318 downloads

       (5 reviews)

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  14. Swiss F-18 Hornet Mod

    Swiss F-18 Hornet mod by USAFMTL
     
    Skins by mike1
     
    modded with permission by bpao.
     
    Make sure you have the original F/A-18A available at Combatace and Column5's site. By having these you get the effects, sounds etc.
     
    Latest wep pack by Bunyap is required.

    1,025 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  15. RAAF F/A-18A Hornet Mod

    RAAF F/A-18A Hornet mod by USAFMTL
     
    Skins by usafmtl
     
    modded with permission by bpao.
     
    Make sure you have the original F/A-18A available at Combatace and Column5's site. By having these you get the effects, sounds etc.
     
    Latest wep pack by Bunyap is required.

    2,029 downloads

       (7 reviews)

    1 comment

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  16. Kuwait Air Force F/A-18 Hornet Mod

    Kuwait F-18 Hornet mod by USAFMTL
     
    Skins by mike1
     
    modded with permission by bpao.
     
    Make sure you have the original F/A-18A available at Combatace and Column5's site. By having these you get the effects, sounds etc.
     
    Latest wep pack by Bunyap is required.
     
    Enjoy
     
    USAFMTL

    1,998 downloads

       (9 reviews)

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