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BF-109/ME-109/Ju-87 and Axis Variants

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  1. Bf 109k-4 from Stab./JG 52 Czech 1945

    This skin represent Bf 109k-4 Squadron Stab./JG 52 Czech 1945,detail enhancement with rivet and weathered,for Wolf Bf 109.
     
    install instruction see README file.
     
    and thank's to Wolf for creating this great plane.
    Casias111

    74 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  2. CR.42 - Hungary

    Fiat CR.42 - Falco
     
    1/3. "Kor Asz" (Ace of Hearts) Fighter Squadron, Royal Hungarian Air Force, Summer 1942
     
    Thanks to Veltro for a terrific aircraft to work on.

    50 downloads

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    1 comment

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  3. Bf-109G10 White 17

    "White 17" skin for the Bf109G10 as flown by
    Unteroffizier Heirich Muninger 10./JG 77
    Dortmund/Germany December 23 1944.
    Based on a Claes Sundin print.

    56 downloads

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  4. D.520 - 164 Squadriglia

    Dewoitine D.520
    Regia Aeronautica
     
    164 Squadriglia (161 Gruppo Autonomo), Reggio Calabria (Italy), May 1943
     
    This represents one of a handful of squadrons that flew the 47 D.520s pressed into service with the RA. All were used in 1943 for home defence against Allied bombers. Most D.520s in the RA had their French markings and Vichy stripes overpainted.
     
    LloydNB

    49 downloads

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  5. D.520 - 370 Squadriglia

    Dewoitine D.520
    Regia Aeronautica
     
    370 Squadriglia (24 Gruppo Autonomo), Oibia Venafiorita (Sardina) and Metato (Italy), August 1943
     
    This represents one of a handful of squadrons that flew the 47 D.520s pressed into service with the RA. All were used in 1943 for home defence against Allied bombers.
     
    LloydNB

    47 downloads

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  6. CR.42 - 95 Squadriglia

    Fiat CR.42 - Falco
     
    95 Squadriglia (18 Gruppo, 56 Stormo C.T.), Ursel, Belgium, November 1940
     
    This squadron was one of those committed to operations on the Channel coast.
     
    Install by copying the "RA_95" folder into your CR.42 install. Thanks to Veltro for a terrific aircraft to work on.
     
    *******This is a repaint of the original release skin with a few refinements.*******

    64 downloads

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  7. CR.42 - 83 Squadriglia

    Fiat CR.42 - Falco
     
    83 Squadriglia (18 Gruppo, 56 Stormo C.T.), Ursel, Belgium, November 1940
     
    This squadron was one of those committed to operations on the Channel coast.
    Thanks to Veltro for a terrific aircraft to work on.
     
    ******Ailerons updated.*******

    71 downloads

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  8. Fiat Cr.42CN Sicily 1942

    Fiat CR.42CN - Falco
    (Caccia Notturna - night fighter)
    377 Squadriglia Autonoma, Palermo-Boccadifalco, Winter 1942
     
    This squadron used the all black Cr.42 both as a night fighter and for anti-submarine patrols. The unit's most effective pilot was Tenente Luigi Torchio - 5 air victories
     
    Hopefully fixed.

    74 downloads

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  9. Bf109G-2, Regia Aeronautica, 1943

    Bf109G-2 of 354 Squadriglia, Regia Aeronautica, North Africa, 1943.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363
    And Wrench's G-type mod, here:http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autocom=downloads&showfile=5380
     
    With instructions for installation in SFP1/WOX and SF2.

    97 downloads

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  10. Bf109G-2, 8./JG52, USSR

    Bf109G-2 of 8./JG52, Caucasus, USSR, Sept 1942. Based on the aircraft flown by Oblt Guenter Rall.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363
    And Wrench's G-type mod, here:http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autocom=downloads&showfile=5380

    108 downloads

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  11. Bf109F-2, JG26, France 1941

    Bf109F-2 of JG26, France, Summer 1941. Based on the aircraft flown by Oberst Adolf Galland.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363

    100 downloads

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  12. Bf109F-2, 9./JG2, France 1941

    Bf109F-2 of 9./JG2, Caen, France, Summer 1941. Based on the aircraft flown by Oblt Roeders.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363

    129 downloads

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  13. Bulgary B-534 IV from 1940

    Bulgary skin for Avia B-534 IV from 1940
    unzip it into bulgary directory
    MontyCZ

    54 downloads

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  14. Bulgary B-534 IV

    This is bulgary skin for Avia B-534 IV serie from late 1942
    unzip it into bulgaria2 directory
    MontyCZ

    65 downloads

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  15. Slovak B-534 winter version skin

    This is skin for Avia B-534 IV series in winter version
    You can adapt it for summer version by changing decals ini
    simply extract it into slovakia dirtectory
    MontyCZ

    54 downloads

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  16. Bf109F-4/Z Trop, Geschwader Stab, JG27

    Bf109F-4/Z Trop of Stab JG27, Marturba, Libya, December 1941.
     
    Based on an aircraft flown by Hptmn Eduard Neumann, Gruppenkommandeur, I./JG27.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363

    96 downloads

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  17. Bf109F-4/Z Trop Yellow 14

    Bf109F-4/Z Trop, Hauptmann Hans-Joachim Marseille, Staffelkapitan, 3./JG27, Quotaifiya, Egypt, September 1942.
     
    This aircraft was apparently Marseille's last Bf109F-4 before the ill-fated G-2 WkNr14256 which brought about his death on 30th September 1942.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available from CombatAce here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363

    84 downloads

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  18. Bf109F-4 2./JG27 August 1942

    Bf109F-4/Z Trop of 2./JG27, Quotaifiya, Egypt, August 1942.
     
    Skin for Wolf's Bf109F-4 available here: http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...p;showfile=4363

    84 downloads

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  19. Me-109e 2-JG26

    Fourth skin in the series for the Battle of Britain Me-109e. This is 2/JG26, overpainted with sponges, another common technique. All other information is in the readme.
     
    Hope you enjoy,
     
    Heck

    110 downloads

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  20. 9-JG54

    Third skin in the series for the Battle of Britain Me-109e. This skin uses a different overpainting technique. The standard 71/02/65 scheme has been hastily overpainted on the sides in RLM 71 using a paintbrush. Two bitmaps are included in this skin; one with overpainting, the other a standard 71/02/65. You could use this standard paint scheme for any of your Me-109e skins, just rename 109ETexA.BMP by removing the A after renaming your original bitmap. Also enclosed is a complete readme.
     
    My thanks go out to Russo, Wrench, and Gocad for the use of their files, and their help and ideas. Any questions or problems, pm me.
     
    Hope you enjoy,
     
    Heck

    97 downloads

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  21. JG2 and JG3 decal update

    These files update the decals for my Me109e skins. I inadvertantly uploaded files with miskeyed decal levels for the kill markings that would prevent them from showing. I also uploaded an old version of the JG3 decal folder that lacked the kill marking decals. My apologies.
     
    Just unzip these to a temporary directory and copy and paste the enclosed decal.ini and D folder into the proper skins folders. These have been tested and do work.
     
    Learning the hard way....
    Heck

    58 downloads

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  22. ME109E 8 JG2

    Second skin in a series for Russo's Me109e. This skin represents 8/JG2 during the summer of 1940 and uses the speckling technique of overpainting common to aircraft of this Geshwader. The base scheme is a standard RLM 71/02 upper surface with lower surfaces in RLM 65. Nose and tail overpainted in RLM 04. All colors in this series are based on the standard values found at SimmersPaintShop, but are interpreted by me as far as fading goes, so they will appear different from other skins, or profiles, you might have seen. Also, my aircraft numbers appear in a more random order, because this is how I feel aircraft were flown in the field.
     
    All skins in this series borrow heavily from Russouk2004's .psd. I am indebted to him, and to Wrench, for their help. A full readme file is enclosed. If you want to mod this, feel free, I believe in the Freeware agreement I signed on to, just give credit where credit is due.
     
    Hope you like it.
     
    Heck

    80 downloads

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  23. ME109E 2 JG3

    This skin represents 2/JG3 during the late Battle of Britain period. The scheme is the later RLM 74/75 Gray upper surfaces with RLM 65 lower surfaces. The nose and tail have been overpainted in RLM 04 yellow for ease of recognition. Lots of information is presented in the readme, please read it.
     
    This skin, and all from this series I'm going to present, makes extensive use of Russouk2004's .psd file. All the detail work; panel lines, rivets, weathering, etc., is Russo's. I am indebted to him for allowing me to use these parts of his file without restriction. I painted the underlying camouflage and created the decals, which include numbers for 16 aircraft and kill markings up to thirty kills. Hopefully, someday, I will possess one third of Russo's skill at creating detail work, until then, I'm grateful he's allowed me to use his, so I can at least get a start in skinning.
     
    I hope you enjoy this, and the others to come....
     
    Heck

    116 downloads

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  24. Russouk2004 Me109e template

    With the very kind permission of Russouk2004, I'm uploading his psd template of the Me109e. I hope everyone will add their thanks to mine to Russ for allowing us all access to this file, even novices like myself. You're the best, Russo.
     
    Heck

    48 downloads

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  25. Fokker D. XXI - 1. JaVa, Netherlands May 1940

    Fokker D. XXI - 1. JaVa, Netherlands May 1940
     
    This skin is for the Dev A-Team's Fokker D. XXI and is a conversion of the skin created by Morton for Krzysztof Malinowski's FOKKER D. XXI for CFS2
     
    To install, just extract the file to your Objects\Aircraft\FokkerD21 folder and go fly. It's that simple!
     
    The skin should be available in the drop down menu in your plane's Hangar Screen loadout section.
     
    Thanks must go to the following:
     
    Capun and the Dev A-Team for bringing us some great planes to play with.
     
    TK for SF,WOV,WOE,WOI,FE and who knows what else.
     
    Have fun, and good hunting!
     
    Allen (allenjb42) Burton
     
    Any problems, find me at combatace.com, simhq.com or at Capun's site.

    80 downloads

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    1 comment

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