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    1. USAF RT-33A Skin

      USAF RT-33A Skin by Carlo "Soulfreak" Vecchi
       
      This skin is only for the great RT-33A from EricGen.
       
       
       
      Credits:
       
      EricGen for the great RT-33A, Thank you so much Enrico for all your work my friend!
       
      This mod is released under the combatace freeware licensing agreement:
      http://combatace.com...are?do=findComment&comment=594960
       
       
       
      Read the readme.txt!!!
       
       
       
      Schapen, June 10th 2015
       
      Carlo Vecchi

      102 downloads

         (5 reviews)

      0 comments

      Updated

    2. USAF / ANG T-33A Skins

      USAF / ANG T-33A Skin Pack by Carlo "Soulfreak" Vecchi
       
      This skinpack is only for the great T-33A from EricGen.
       
      Pack includes 8 USAF / ANG Skins.
       
       
       
      Credits:
       
      EricGen for the great T-33A, Thank you so much Enrico for all your work my friend!
       
      This mod is released under the combatace freeware licensing agreement:
      http://combatace.com...are?do=findComment&comment=594960
       
       
       
      Read the readme.txt!!!
       
       
       
      Schapen, June 10th 2015
       

      Carlo Vecchi

      98 downloads

         (5 reviews)

      0 comments

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    3. CF-121Redhawk

      In 1959 Canada bought 30 Soviet Mig-21F Fishbeds. With the failure of the Avro Arrow Canada needed some high speed interceptors
      but this project only lasted over 2 years before selling them off.
      The F-101B Voodoo was Canadas main interceptor purchased from the USAF to fill the needs.
       

      13 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    4. Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)

      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018) Terrain
      August 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2: Vietnam, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the Modern Darwin terrain made by Wrench.
      A better and more complete tileset has been added, improving the looks of Northern Australia with the introduction of desert and barren valleys. Various rivers and lakes have been hand-tiled and mimic Real World courses. Numerous target areas, such as emergency airstrips and civilian airports, have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span. Now the island of Timor has a lot of bases to take-off from.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from August 17, 1950 (when President Sukarno proclaimed a single unitary Republic of Indonesia) to December 31, 2018; it is designed for fictional clashes between ANZUS/SEATO forces (namely Australia and New Zealand) and a random pool of Red Side countries (namely Indonesia and China).
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some airfields will appear only after a certain year, according to historic changes. If you have SF2NA, naval fleets might spawn in the Timor Sea. Also, Off Map Airbases have been added and long range AI flights can be generated from them. All main targets have been placed accurately in their Real World locations.
      Ground Objects are not included. You can obtain the most needed from Wrench's original Modern Darwin terrain release.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Wrench, for he had the idea of recreating such a scenario in the Strike Fighters world.
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the hi-res PTO tileset he made, which I have reworked and expanded.
      -Brain32, for the gorgeous VietnamSEA tileset repaint he made, from which I borrowed a few tiles.
      -Centurion-1, Spudknocker and tiopilotos, for the impressive tileset they made for the Angola terrain, from which I borrowed some tiles.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because the original terrain was made and tweaked numerous times by Wrench, I included the ReadMe files from his original packages, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      94 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

      Updated

    5. Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)

      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998) Terrain
      August 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva, tiopilotos and Stratos

      >For Strike Fighters 2, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      I am proud to present a new scratch-made terrain, the result of a joint effort of modders! Initially conceived by Centurion-1, the terrain was later salvaged by Stratos, who offered to help in its development together with tiopilotos. Stratos helped by hand-tiling most if not all the incredibly long rivers in the Amazon rainforest. The terrain later received an impressive tileset produced by tiopilotos! You guys have my deepest gratitude!
      The terrain completely covers Ecuador, a great portion of Peru, and even touches Colombia and Brasil. However, only Peru and Ecuador have been targetized at this stage. Numerous target areas, such as civilian airports and airstrips, have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from January 28, 1981 (the beginning of the Paquisha Incident) to October 26, 1998 (when a resolution of the Ecuadorian-Peruvian territorial dispute was agreed upon through the Brasilia Presidential Act); it is designed for the Paquisha War of 1981 and the Cenepa War of 1995. Most air-to-ground missions (armed recon, close air support, etc.) take place at the border between Peru and Ecuador, to provide an even more realistic scenario. As in reality, there are few SAM sites placed at their precise Real World locations.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some border outposts will appear only after a certain year, according to historic changes. Off Map Airbases have been added and long range AI flights can be generated from them, if you have SF2NA.
      Ground Objects are not included. It's up to the user to find and obtain anything that can be useful for the proposed terrain's scenarios.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Centurion-1, for his interest in recreating such scenario in the Strike Fighters world. I heard RL got in your way, so... best of luck, mate!
      -tiopilotos, for the massive tileset he produced, and for his continuous support in all my terrain modding efforts. Thank you very much!
      -Stratos, for he brought to attention Centurion-1's unfinished terrain and offered to help realize it.
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the various hi-res tilesets and TODs he made, which have been re-used in this tileset.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Although scratch-made, the terrain makes use of most objects and target layouts from Wrench's Panama terrain; because of this, I included the ReadMe file from that package, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      84 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      2 comments

      Updated

    6. Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)

      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018) Terrain
      August 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a new, scratch-made terrain inspired by the original, smaller ASW terrain made by krfrge and reworked by Wrench.
      The terrain covers to a good extent the American State of Texas, as well as some Mexican States. Major rivers and a number of lakes have been hand-tiled and mimic Real World courses. Numerous target areas, such as civilian airports and onshore and offshore oil fields, have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from October 3, 1968 to December 31, 2018; it is designed for a fictional scenario where Mexico is invaded by an alliance of Central American countries (namely Cuba, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala) supported by the Russians; the remnant of the Mexican military flees to the U.S. and fights alongside North American forces. However, users are encouraged to recreate whatever scenario they like, even outside the given time frame.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some airfields and Mexican oil platforms will appear only after a certain year, according to historic changes. If you have SF2NA, American naval fleets can spawn in the Gulf of Mexico. All main targets have been placed accurately in their Real World locations.
      Ground Objects are not included. It's up to the user to find and obtain anything that can be useful for the proposed terrain's scenarios.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -krfrge, for creating the ASW terrain from which I drew inspiration; he also produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -Wrench, for he reworked the original ASW terrain with additional targets.
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the hi-res tileset he made for the original ASW terrain.
      -Polak, for a few tiles I borrowed and reworked from his old PRDesert2 tileset.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Although scratch-made, the terrain makes use of most objects and target layouts from Wrench's reworked ASW terrain; because of this, I included the ReadMe files from his original packages, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      88 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

      Updated

    7. Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)

      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018) Terrain
      March 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2: Europe, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the Sweden terrain made by gillg, but set after the Cold War era.
      What began as a simple tiling bugfix, for JonathanRL's The Scandinavian Front mod, turned out to be a huge overhaul upon noticing a number of inaccuracies. The terrain has been retargetized and hand-tiled to a good extent; major changes have been done to the Baltic states, which were pretty inaccurate in terms of target locations. Some rivers have been added and/or retiled to mimic Real World courses. Numerous target areas, including airports and highway strips, have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from March 30, 2004 (the beginning of NATO's Baltic Air Policing) to December 31, 2018; it is designed for The Scandinavian Front's scenarios by JonathanRL, taking place after the Cold War era.
      This terrain is a standalone version of the one which will be included in the last iteration of the TSF mod package by JonathanRL. The terrain that will be included in the TSF mod package will likely differ slightly from this one, so users are advised to keep that in mind. Also, this terrain uses only a single tileset. The TSF's version will use different tilesets according to the season, as originally designed by our fellow modder, Stary.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some airfields won't be available after a certain date and/or will change name according to historic changes. Off Map Airbases have been added and long range AI flights can be generated from them, if you have SF2NA. Most of the main targets have been placed accurately in their Real World locations. Due to the complexity of the area, some inaccuracies are to be expected, but I did my best!
      Ground Objects are not included. Download JonathanRL's The Scandinavian Front mod package to have all that you need for this scenario.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -gillg, who created this terrain and whose work I have admired during my rework. I can only imagine how much time he spent on tiling roads and rivers from scratch!
      -JonathanRL, for his exceptional TSF2 mod package, which prompted me to do something to help improve it.
      -Wrench, as he is always glad to help us fellow terrain modders. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the wonderful tileset he made exclusively for the original Sweden terrain included in the TSF mod package.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -tiopilotos and Stratos, who always support me during my terrain remakes. Thank you, guys!
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because this terrain is a rework of gillg's fantastic creation, I included his ReadMe file from his original package, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      185 downloads

         (2 reviews)

      2 comments

      Updated

    8. Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)

      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994) Terrain
      March 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2: Europe, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the Sweden terrain made by gillg.
      What began as a simple tiling bugfix, for JonathanRL's The Scandinavian Front mod, turned out to be a huge overhaul upon noticing a number of inaccuracies. The terrain has been retargetized and hand-tiled to a good extent; major changes have been done to the Baltic states, which were pretty inaccurate in terms of target locations. Some rivers have been added and/or retiled to mimic Real World courses. Numerous target areas, including airports and highway strips, have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from June 13, 1952 (the beginning of the Catalina Affair) to September 1, 1994 (the main withdrawal of Russian forces from the Baltic states); it is designed for The Scandinavian Front's scenarios by JonathanRL, taking place in the Cold War era.
      This terrain is a standalone version of the one which will be included in the last iteration of the TSF mod package by JonathanRL. The terrain that will be included in the TSF mod package will likely differ slightly from this one, so users are advised to keep that in mind. Also, this terrain uses only a single tileset. The TSF's version will use different tilesets according to the season, as originally designed by our fellow modder, Stary.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some airfields won't be available after a certain date and/or will change name according to historic changes. Off Map Airbases have been added and long range AI flights can be generated from them, if you have SF2NA. Most of the main targets have been placed accurately in their Real World locations. Due to the complexity of the area, some inaccuracies are to be expected, but I did my best!
      Ground Objects are not included. Download JonathanRL's The Scandinavian Front mod package to have all that you need for this scenario.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -gillg, who created this terrain and whose work I have admired during my rework. I can only imagine how much time he spent on tiling roads and rivers from scratch!
      -JonathanRL, for his exceptional TSF2 mod package, which prompted me to do something to help improve it.
      -Wrench, as he is always glad to help us fellow terrain modders. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the wonderful tileset he made exclusively for the original Sweden terrain included in the TSF mod package.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -tiopilotos and Stratos, who always support me during my terrain remakes. Thank you, guys!
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because this terrain is a rework of gillg's fantastic creation, I included his ReadMe file from his original package, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      163 downloads

         (2 reviews)

      0 comments

      Updated

    9. Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)

      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011) Terrain
      February 13th, 2018 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the Libya terrain made by Dave and further tweaked by Wrench during the years.
      The entire terrain has been retargetized and hand-tiled to a great extent using a different, more complete tileset; Sicily, Greece and Tunisia no longer are barren, deserted lands as seen in the original. Major rivers have been added and mimic Real World courses as accurately as possible. Numerous target areas have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from June 28, 1980 to October 31, 2011 (the official end of NATO's Operation Unified Protector); it is designed for Operation El Dorado Canyon, the Gulf of Sidra incidents of 1981 and 1989, Operation Odyssey Dawn and the subsequent Operation Unified Protector. Also, a specific Red Side target has been added inside Tunisia (Blue Side) territory, meant for Operation Wooden Leg.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, some airfields won't be available after a certain date and/or will change name according to historic changes. Off Map Airbases have been added and long range AI flights can be generated from them, if you have SF2NA. All main targets have been placed accurately in their Real World locations. Expect to see temples at historic sites!
      Ground Objects are not included. It's up to the user to find and obtain anything that can be useful for the proposed terrain's scenarios.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Dave, who had the idea of recreating such an important scenario in the Strike Fighters world.
      -Wrench, who kindly allowed me to improve upon his work by giving me a blank cheque and trusting my capabilities. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -tiopilotos and Stratos, who supported me during the terrain's development. Thank you, guys!
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because the original terrain was born from Dave and was tweaked numerous times by Wrench, I included the ReadMe files from the original packages, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      332 downloads

         (7 reviews)

      0 comments

      Updated

    10. Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)

      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018) Terrain
      December 13th, 2017 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2: Europe, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the AE terrain made by Deuces and Dave, further tweaked by Wrench.
      The entire map has been retargetized and extensively retiled. Numerous target areas have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from May 30, 1977 (the beginning of the Mozambican Civil War) to December 31, 2018. Despite the given time frame, this terrain is not right for reproducing the Mozambican Civil War. Instead, the terrain is meant to pit the French Navy against the combined forces of Mozambique and Madagascar in a what if scenario where the Comoros and Mayotte islands are being threatened by the two Soviet-aligned countries.
      The French (Blue Side) only have four flyable airfields. Don't even try to fly Blue Side long-range bombers from said small airfields; I am providing a rather realistic representation of the area, where the French are tasked with the defence and patrol of the skies above the Comoros and Mayotte islands.
      Having SF2NA is a must, as I have enabled naval ops. If your mod's folder contains French ships and carriers, you'll see fleets being generated during single missions.
      Ground Objects are not included. It's up to the user to find and obtain anything that can be useful for the proposed terrain's scenario.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Deuces and Dave, who had the idea of recreating such a gorgeous environment in the Strike Fighters world.
      -Wrench, who kindly allowed me to improve upon his work by giving me a blank cheque and trusting my capabilities. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Stary, for the old .TOD mod which adds trees on this terrain's tileset.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -tiopilotos and Stratos, who supported me during the terrain's development. Thank you, guys!
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because the original terrain was born from Deuces and Dave, and was later tweaked by Wrench, I included the ReadMe files from the original packages, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      284 downloads

         (2 reviews)

      2 comments

      Updated

    11. Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)

      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018) Terrain
      August 13th, 2017 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the IR2003 terrain released long time ago by Wrench.
      The entire map has been retargetized and retiled using a whole new tileset, combining tiles from JSF_Aggie, Stary, Centurion-1 and my bad transition tiles. All major water bodies, lakes and some minor rivers have been hand-tiled. The Caspian Sea coast had to be hand-tiled as well. Numerous target areas have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from May 2, 2003 (the day following the end of major combat operations of Operation Iraqi Freedom) to December 31, 2018; it is designed for fictional clashes between US-backed Iraq and Iran. It's the perfect playground for the fictive Operation Darius scenario created by the CombatACE community. Iran is Enemy, Iraq is Friendly, other countries are Friendly as well.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, certain Iraqi airbases will be abandoned by 2004 or by other dates (some airports were converted to simple U.S. Army FOBs), etc. Some airfields won't be available after a certain date and/or will change name according to historic changes.
      All main targets are in their Real World locations (I tried to be as accurate as possible, to such a level that even surpasses ThirdWire's stock terrains). Shiraz Int'l Airport and Prince Sultan Airbase are beyond the Wall. However, if you have SF2NA, long range AI flights can be generated from such airbases.
      Ground Objects are not included. You can obtain most of them from Wrench's original Iran-Iraq terrains, or from other mod packages.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Wrench, who reworked the original terrain and provided the CombatACE community with plenty of mods and scenarios to play with. He gave me invaluable advise, the tools I needed and introduced me to the beautiful, exhausting world of terrain modding/making. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who offered to build two high quality 3D models (Mosul Dam and Mosul Grand Mosque), featured for the first time in this terrain, it's an honor! He also provided major help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs. If the terrain is stable (no CTDs), it's his merit!
      -tiopilotos, for providing reworked .tga tiles with new alpha channels. Much appreciated!
      -Spudknocker, who helped me complete the 1980-2003 beta version of the terrain, providing additional target areas.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -Crusader, who provided me with the info I needed about ODS and other stuff related to targets.
      -JSF_Aggie, for his high quality DS tileset, which I have expanded with my horrible transition tiles.
      -7eleven, who directed me to a website filled with Desert Storm related info.
      -Centurion-1, since I used some tiles from his Desert 4 Mountain Regions+ Addon. I tried to contact you for permission, but it seems RL got in your way. Your WIP mod about the Iran/Iraq war gave me the motivation to complete this terrain. The least I can say is thank you. Best of luck, mate!
      -Stary, because his tilesets are pure art. I borrowed a few TODs and tiles from his excellent IsraelME tileset.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -Stratos, who supported me support during the terrain's development.
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      I am totally sure I missed someone, especially because the terrain was born from Wrench's original ones. So I also included Wrench's original readme files from his IR and IR2003 terrains to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      475 downloads

         (4 reviews)

      6 comments

      Updated

    12. Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)

      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018) Terrain
      April 13th, 2017 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2: Europe, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the DBS terrain made by Major Lee and further tweaked by Wrench.
      Wrench kindly allowed me to improve upon his work; the entire map has been retargetized and retiled using a whole new tileset, combining tiles from Brain32 and Stary. Some water bodies, lakes and rivers have been hand-tiled. Most of the terrain has been hand-tiled to a great extent. Numerous target areas have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from June 22, 1955 (the date of the first known Cold War incident in the Bering Straits between the U.S. and the Soviets) to December 31, 2018.
      I didn't bother to add all of the possible RL airports. However, when compared to the original DBS terrain, this one has a lot more to offer, especially on the Blue Side. The Soviets (Red Side) only have two flyable airfields. Don't even try to fly Red Side long-range bombers from said small airfields. Reason for this is that the original DBS terrain was rather fictional and included airbases which in reality didn't and don't exist. I made major researches and what I am providing here is a realistic representation of the area, given the terrain engine limitations. Anyway, I added some Off Map Airbases for both Blue Side and Red Side; if you have SF2NA, you can benefit from this addition, as long range AI flights can be generated from such airbases.
      The area in reality is pretty barren, so don't expect a terrain with much targets. Still, you can enjoy CAS missions at St. Lawrence Island and Lopp Lagoon being invaded by Soviet forces, and the usual dogfights over the Bering Straits.
      Ground Objects are not included. You can obtain them from Wrench's original DBS terrain release. Only very few of them should be needed anyway.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Major Lee, who came up with the idea of recreating such an interesting scenario in the Strike Fighters world.
      -Wrench, who kindly allowed me to improve upon his work by giving me a blank cheque and trusting my capabilities. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who provided me with invaluable help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the snowy runway textures he made for his Korean terrain repaint (unofficially released) and the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -Brain32, for the original hi-res DBS tileset he made and which I have expanded with my bad transition tiles.
      -Stary, because his tilesets are pure art. I borrowed a TOD and few tiles from his excellent Kamchatka tileset repaint.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      Because the original terrain was born from Major Lee and was later tweaked a number of times by Wrench, I included the ReadMe files from the original packages, to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      652 downloads

         (10 reviews)

      3 comments

      Updated

    13. Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003)

      Iraq, Western Asia (1980-2003) Terrain
      February 13th, 2017 (1st Release)
      by Menrva

      >For Strike Fighters 2, Recommended Full-5 Merged
      This is a complete remake of the DS/IR terrain released long time ago by Wrench.
      The entire map has been retargetized and retiled using a whole new tileset, combining tiles from JSF_Aggie, Stary, Centurion-1 and my bad transition tiles. All major water bodies, lakes and some minor rivers have been hand-tiled. The Caspian Sea coast had to be hand-tiled as well. Numerous target areas have been added in order to expand playability, targets of opportunity and year span.
      This terrain features a fresh new 250m resolution heightmap (instead of the stock 500m resolution), allowing for greater details and precision in elevation changes; overall it provides the whole terrain with a better look.
      The terrain spans from September 22, 1980 (the beginning of the Iran/Iraq War) to May 1, 2003 (the end of major combat operations of Operation Iraqi Freedom); it is designed for the Iran/Iraq War, Operation Desert Shield, Operation Desert Storm, Operation Desert Fox and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Iraq is Enemy, Iran is Friendly, other countries are Friendly as well. Due to limitations in the terrain engine, and not wanting to make three different terrains, I opted to set Iran as Friendly together with other countries such as Saudi Arabia. While you might see US planes spawn in Iran during Single Missions even if the 1979 Iranian Revolution already happened, it's up to the users to play with missions in the editor to fix any historical oddities.
      Targets reflect Real World events as accurately as possible; for instance, after the invasion of Kuwait by Iraq, Kuwaiti airfields are set as Neutral, enemy targets appear inside Kuwait, etc. Some airfields won't be available after a certain date and/or will change name according to historic changes. Various Operation Desert Storm expeditionary bases and FOBs have been added, and will appear only during Operation Desert Storm dates.
      All main targets are in their Real World locations (I tried to be as accurate as possible, to such a level that even surpasses ThirdWire's stock terrains). Shiraz Int'l Airport and Prince Sultan Airbase are beyond the Wall. However, if you have SF2NA, long range AI flights can be generated from such airbases.
      Ground Objects are not included. You can obtain most of them from Wrench's original Iran-Iraq terrains, or from other mod packages.

      >Credits (in no particular order):
      -Wrench, who reworked the original terrain and provided the CombatACE community with plenty of mods and scenarios to play with. He gave me invaluable advise, the tools I needed and introduced me to the beautiful, exhausting world of terrain modding/making. Thank you, sir!
      -swambast, who offered to build two high quality 3D models (Mosul Dam and Mosul Grand Mosque), featured for the first time in this terrain, it's an honor! He also provided major help in tracking and fixing common and uncommon bugs. If the terrain is stable (no CTDs), it's his merit!
      -tiopilotos, for providing reworked .tga tiles with new alpha channels. Much appreciated!
      -Spudknocker, who helped me complete the 1980-2003 beta version of the terrain, providing additional target areas.
      -gerwin, whose TFDtool has proved to be essential in today's terrain making. If the terrain is pretty accurate to RL it's also because of him. I included his very nice Airfield 7+8 Addon Pack, too.
      -MigBuster, I have included some of his great hi-res textures for runways.
      -mue, for the improved shaders he made, which I have included and reworked for the terrain, and for the tools he made for SF2 modding.
      -luk1978, for the waternormal bitmap he shared at the SF2 screenshots thread. Your mods are very interesting!
      -Crusader, who provided me with the info I needed about ODS and other stuff related to targets.
      -JSF_Aggie, for his high quality DS tileset, which I have expanded with my horrible transition tiles.
      -7eleven, who directed me to a website filled with Desert Storm related info.
      -Centurion-1, since I used some tiles from his Desert 4 Mountain Regions+ Addon. I tried to contact you for permission, but it seems RL got in your way. Your WIP mod about the Iran/Iraq war gave me the motivation to complete this terrain. The least I can say is thank you. Best of luck, mate!
      -Stary, because his tilesets are pure art. I borrowed a few TODs and tiles from his excellent IsraelME tileset.
      -Gepard, for his great tutorials about terrain making, in the SF1 Knowledge Base at CombatACE. It's a gold mine!
      -RussoUK, for the fixed Pit LOD he made, which solved a shadow bug from the original TW's LOD.
      -Stratos, who supported me support during the terrain's development.
      -krfrge, who has produced a tutorial for recreating SF2-like planning maps, which prompted me to work on templates and my own high quality planning maps. Thank you very much!
      -comrpnt, for his Approach and Airfield Lighting Pack mod packages for SF1 series, which I reworked and included.
      I am totally sure I missed someone, especially because the terrain was born from Wrench's original ones. So I also included Wrench's original readme files from his IR and IR2003 terrains to the end of giving proper credit to everyone involved directly or not.

      >Disclaimer:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed ONLY in other CombatACE mods/mod packages.
      Any changes to the terrain package's files and/or any copy-and-paste attempts of their contents are NOT authorized if you plan to release them in other mods. But permission might be granted to those who request it to me at CombatACE.
      This terrain may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.

      >My Other Releases:
      Timor, North Oceania (1950-2018)
      Ecuador, Northwest South America (1981-1998)
      Texas, American South Central (1968-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (2004-2018)
      Sweden, Baltic Rim (1952-1994)
      Libya, Central Mediterranean (1980-2011)
      Madagascar, Southeast Africa (1977-2018)
      Iraq, Western Asia (2003-2018)
      Alaska, Bering Strait (1955-2018)

      788 downloads

         (9 reviews)

      10 comments

      Updated

    14. F-16 Cockpits with NVG

      based on a request here are all F-16 Cockpis from the Team Viper with NVG
      the red cockpit light is removed for better NVG results , if you want it back you have to add the lines below in the , cockpit.ini / CockpitSeat001 , below the DiffuseLightFactor=0.5 entry
      NightLightOn=0.25
      NightLightColor=0.88,0.25,0.25
      to install simply select the aircraft you need from the included file and overwrite the existing aircraft in your mod folder
      if you have any problems feel free to kontakt me
       
      have fun , ravenclaw_007

      101 downloads

         (1 review)

      4 comments

      Submitted

    15. F104M from Cocas and Co

      The F104M by CAF team, 3d work by Cocas, skins by Nyghtfall, other ini work by Coupi, testing by Stratos, Coupi, Wrench, Nyghtfall.
      Some small whatif background: 
      The Lockheed F104M was a 1960s company-funded proposal for an improved air superiority Lockheed F-104 Starfighter. It was intended for both the USAF and the export market and was in direct competition with the Northrop F-5E Tiger II, Dassault Mirage F1 and the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II. Lockheed hoped to capitalize on its F-104 production experience through commonality of parts and systems, and minimize expenses by reusing tooling, jigs and existing factory facilities. 
      Borrowing heavily from the F-104 design the new type featured a new high-mounted, increased span wing and low-mounted, enlarged tailplanes. Both features were incorporated to improve flight handling characteristics and short-field performance. 
      The F104M was heavily focused for the USAF, trying to sell it as a improved dogfighter variant of the F104 interceptor. Seeing how the F104 small payload and relatively low agility can be a problem If dogfight capability ever arise, the USAF decided to try several prototypes. They liked the plane so much that several squadrons were equipped with the plane that formed part of the USAF until mid 70's.
       
      Included: One plane with several skins and variations.

      62 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    16. F104L from Cocas and Co

      The F104L by CAF team, 3d work by Cocas, skins by Nyghtfall, other ini work by Coupi, testing by Stratos, Coupi, Wrench, Nyghtfall.
      Some small whatif background: 
      The Lockheed F104L was a 1950s company-funded proposal for an embarked Lockheed F-104 Starfighter. It was intended for both the USN and Lockheed hoped to capitalize on its F-104 production experience through commonality of parts and systems, and minimize expenses by reusing tooling, jigs and existing factory facilities. 
      Borrowing heavily from the F-104 design the new type featured a strenghtened landing gear, corrosion portection, increased span wing and of course catapult and arreting gear additions.
      The F104L was a specific product for the USN and the USMC, trying to sell it as a fast interceptor with better payload and range than the USAF F104. Both USN and USMC bought a good amount of planes and it saw service in both forces during the Vietnam war as a fighter for the USN and as a STRIKE and CAS airplane for the MARINES. Both services praised the speed and capability of the new planes, but also criticized the slow speed handling, that posed serious problem for a carrier aircraft.
      After getting several kills and a good service record in Vietnam, planes were retired froma ctive duty in 1972, altought USMC used the plane for fast Strike for more several years.
       
      Included: Skins for USN VF162 and for USMC VMFA311

      53 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    17. twin rocket-pods assembly , left and right

      as requested i upload here some of my new rocket-pods as twin left and right assemblies , to use them you may have to edit the data.ini of the selected aircraft
      rocket-pods includet are
      - Aero - 7D - LAU - 3A - LAU - 3A/A - LAU - 3C - LAU - 10A to install copy the included weapons files to you Weapons mod folder and let overwrite if asked to
      if you encounter any problems feel free to contact me
      have fun , ravenclaw_007

      102 downloads

         (1 review)

      14 comments

      Submitted

    18. Republic of China Air Force F-5F Tiger II Skins & Decals (HD)

      Formosa
      Republic of China  Air Force  F-5F Tiger II   (2018.08.01)
      All Squadron Skins & Decals 
      3072 * 3072  HD   Realistic detail  Skins
      -----------------------------------------------------------------
      1st Tactical Fighter Group
      4th Tactical Fighter Group
      5th Tactical Fighter Group
      7th Tactical Fighter Group
      8th Tactical Fighter Group
      4th Tactical Recon Squadron
      12th Tactical Recon Squadron
      46th TFS Aggressor
      -----------------------------------------------------------------
      good  flight !
      Taylor Gavin   2018.08.01

      86 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    19. Northrop's F-5F Ejection Seat

      Northrop's F-5F Ejection Seat  v1.00   (2018.07.28)
      Northrop's F-5F ejection seat with front and rear seats for finer details
      -----------------------------------------------------------------
      [StudentPilot]
      SystemType=PILOT_COCKPIT
      Position=0.0,3.10,0.620
      PilotModelName=16th_TFS_Pilot_Orange_02
      SeatModelName=NorthropSeat_F-5F_Front
      SeatPosition=0.0,3.11,0.620
      MinExtentPosition=-0.32,3.78,0.75
      MaxExtentPosition= 0.32,2.65,-0.50
      CanopyNodeName=RearCanopyFrame
      CanopyAnimationID=8
      SeatID=1
      [Pilot]
      SystemType=PILOT_COCKPIT
      Position=0.0,1.70,0.820
      PilotModelName=16th_TFS_Pilot_Orange_01
      SeatModelName=NorthropSeat_F-5F_Rear
      SeatPosition=0.0,1.70,0.820
      MinExtentPosition=-0.32,2.18,1.0
      MaxExtentPosition= 0.32,1.07,-0.800
      CanopyNodeName=FrontCanopyFrame
      CanopyAnimationID=9
      SeatID=2
      -----------------------------------------------------------------
      good  flight !
      Taylor Gavin  2018.07.28
       

      80 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      2 comments

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    20. submarinos GuppyII, Foxtrot, Oberon

      his is a work done by Torno from Banidos team
      the folders contain 3 models of subamrinos, Guppyn II, Oberon and Foxtrot, 
      more the historical destroyed model of the submarine ARA Santa Fe
      install the content inside the objects folder corresponding to your simulator
      these submarines only contain files to function as targets
      Torno Banidos Team 

      90 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    21. SA-7 Grail / 9K32 Strela-2 MANPADS Pack

      SF2 SA-7 Grail / 9K32 Strela-2 MANPADS Pack 1.5
      -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      This pack features the famous SA-7 "Grail". It is a man-portable, shoulder-fired, low-altitude, 
      infrared guided surface-to-air missile system (MANPADS). It is widely exported and has 
      been in use in nearly every regional conflict since 1969. Despite its operational limitations,
      it has been proved quite effective in the hands of tactical armies and rebel groups.
      During War of Attrition on 19 August 1969 Egyptian soldiers brought down an Israeli A-4H 
      Skyhawk some miles west of the Suez Canal using Strela-2. According to some sources 
      this might have been the first successful combat use of any MANPADS in history! 
      Following variants are included:
      9K32 Strela-2 (SA-7A, 1968) - First variant.
      9K32M Strela-2M (SA-7B, 1970) - Improved variant.
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      New features:
      - Updated missiles data which offer more realistic performance
      - Fuze distances have been increased since the SA-7 had lethality limitations after hitting
        a target. Now a target can be hit but it may return back home safely
      - New launch effect and sound
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Known issues:
      - Due to game engine limitations concering missile guidance, 9M32 (SA-7A) missile's target 
        aspect has been set as Rear 180 despite the fact that in reality it could be fired only at the rear. 
        After massive failed launches it became clear that it was extremely difficult to achieve a single 
        hit by setting 9M32 as Rear 60 even when some other values such as FOV and track rate had 
        been increased. 
      - Helicopters have higher survival rate per hit because in some cases missiles hit the tail rotor 
        without causing significant damage. I guess this is another game engine characteristic.
      - Low altitude (lower than 600-800m) performance is downgraded for current missile values. 
        By increasing noise rejection the missile becomes capable of hitting targets in lower altitude 
        but at the same time the single shot hit/kill probability is being increased to an unrealistic level. 
      - Fuze distances are longer compared with the actual lethal and damage radius of the system. 
        In SF2 world the real high explosive warhead quantity is big enough to destroy a fighter size 
        target even in 10 meters! 
      ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
      As always open readme.txt first to see installation instructions and credits.
      Lot of research and hard work was made to make this SAM as realistic as possible.
      More than 2000 launches took place!
      Enjoy as much as you can this mod and leave comments with your in-game experience
      in the support topic!
      --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      License:
      This is a freeware; yet it can be redistributed only in other CombatACE mod packages. 
      You are free to make further modifications for own use but if you plan to release a modified
      version of this package you must request permission first. In that case you must include original
      read me file. This mod may not in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.
       
       
       

      183 downloads

         (3 reviews)

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    22. Turkish Air Force F-104S

      Turkey is one of the very first countries to receive the F-104Gs within the MAP program. As a preparation for the new aircraft the 144th Squadron was organised at the 4th AB in Mürted-Ankara. The first 15 aircraft arrived on May 10th,1963 by sea and they were deployed at the newly founded squadron in July. In July 1963 two TF-104gs arrived and they were also assigned to the same squadron. This was followed by Canadair produced 18 F-104Gs and 2 TF-104Gs. The shipment continued in 1965 with 5 more Canadair built F-104Gs. All of these planes were deployed at the 144th Squadron. In 1968 3 pcs F-104G and 1 pc TF-104G were received from USAF.
      The TuAF faced with the US embargo after the Cyprus peace-keeping Operation ordered a batch of 18 F-104S from Italy. 6 of the planes were delivered within the same year and the remainder in 1975 on the basis of the planes per month. In 1975 the purchase was risen to 40 planes all which were received within 1976.
      The CF-104s, F-104Gs, TF-104Gs and the RF-104Gs which were strated being replaced by more modern aircraft were despatched to Turkey. This operation included 17 pcs F-104Gs from Belgium, 43 pcs F-104Gs & 12 pcs TF-104Gs from Holland, 12 pcs RF-104G and one TF-104G from Norway and 165 pcs F-104Gs and 36 pcs TF-104Gs from Germany. Canada also promised to hand over the CF-104s after being replaced by the F-18A/Bs. In 1986 44 pcs CF-104G & 6 pcs CF-104D were received. These planes were allocated to the 181st and to the 182nd Squadrons.
       Within the elapsing time the TuAF F-104Gs started aging and they were withdrawn from active duty one by one. Some were even used as spare parts for those which were still in active duty. The last ones were the CF-104s of the 182nd Squadron when replaced by F-16C/Ds in 1996.
      Mod Maker: By Ajunaidr
      Skin Maker: falcon16fighter

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    23. SF2 WW2 MTO B-25C/D Mitchell Bomber Pak

      SF2 WW2 MTO B-25C/D Mitchell Bomber Pak 8/2/2017
       
      -- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Please note, this aircraft was supposed to be released several years ago (in August, 2014!!), and somehow managed to slip out of sight. I hope this corrects that mistake.*
       
      **Note: This mod will -NOT- work in 1stGen game installs at any patch level. Also, for those End Users � attempting to use this aircraft in an SF2 converted version of the DAT's WoA Pak, be advised of probable conflicts.**
       
      This is a "Theatre Specific" release of Veltro2K's =NEW= B-25C/D Mitchell Medium Bomber. This represents the "glass nosed" bomber version as used in the MTO. This is the FULL aircraft, with just about all the necessary parts supplied.
       

      There are 4 skin/decals set(s) in the package:
       
      "Early" - with star/circle
      "Late" - star-and-bar, post September, 1943.
      For the following units:
       
      81st BS, 12th BG
       
      83rd BS, 12th BG
       
      This mods uses the Brain32 trick, with the skinmap in the main aircraft folder. The aircraft is finished in Sand (desert pink) over neutral gray. This represents the 12th BG from it's arrival in theatre to late 1943.
      All markings are decals, and Decal Randomization is TRUE. The aircraft carries the "plain star-in-blue-circle" used until Sept 1943. The SF2 "date switch" will turn on in September, 1943 for the 'star and bar' insignia.
       
      Engine sounds, pilot figures, and skin-specific Hangar Screens are included. Weapons, guns, bombs, etc, are NOT; you should have them already. Operational service dates are rounded to 'whole months', and ARE relatively correct for ALL in-theatre usage (7/42-12/43 although it is likely several served longer, even when the H & J models reached MTO squadron service).
       
      When in game, you'll see
       
      B-25C/D Mitchell (v2k)
       
      on the Aircraft Selection Drop down menu. This will differentiate it from any other B-25s you may (or may not) have.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!!!
       
      Happy Landings!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    24. SF2 WW2 PTO RAAF B-24J No.21 Squadron Skins/Decals Pak 

      SF2 WW2 PTO RAAF B-24J No.21 Squadron Skins/Decals Pak                   7/20/2018
       -- Something for the SWP PTO players --
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
      A new set skins for the B-24J Liberator by Veltro2K. It represents No.21 Squadron, RAAF as used in the Southwest Pacific Theatre of Operation from 1944 through the war's end.
      The aircraft is in "natural metal" finish, and all markings are decals. On the individiual aircraft (plane-in-squadron) letter lising, those marked with a star (*) have their serial numbers matched to their aircraft letters. All other aircraft serials, while having served in 21 Squadron, could not be matched to their individual lettered aircraft. Decal randomization is TRUE
      Also inclued are a new data ini, with adjusted hitboxes and various upgrades. The original, renamed for a back-up in included as well.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a glance
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    25. SF2 VF-51 F-4B & F-4N Phantom (Mytai) Skin/Decal Pak  

      SF2 VF-51 F-4B & F-4N Phantom (Mytai) Skin/Decal Pak                  7/14/2018
      = For SF2 (Any & All, Full-5 Merged Prefered) and/or SF2:V + DLC 23 =
      *Can be used in any install that has access to the F-4B_67 which is stock in all merged installs.  You =MUST= also have DLC #23, the 3rd Wire F-4N Phantom. 
      This package contains 3 revamped & updated skins, now for SF2, originally created by Mytai01 in 2005(ish) for SF1. These skin represent VF-51 "Screaming Eagles" deployed to Southeast Asia during Vietnam War cruises. This skins are:
      F-4B_67:
      VF-51 (1971) embarked aboard USS CORAL SEA (NL code)
      VF-51 (1973) -same as above
      F-4N (DLC #23):
      VF-51 (1974) -same as above

      The differences are various paint schemes, and include both CAG and line birds. All 3 skins are new builds, from Sundowner's template. The skins are in jpg format. All decals from the original Mytai pack have been reused. The dates listed are for the deployment years. The SF2 "date switch" is =NOT= used on these skins.
      When on the load out screen, on the skin selection widow, you'll see:
      F-4B_67:
      VF-51 Screaming Eagles 71 (Mytai)
      VF-51 Screaming Eagles 73 (Mytai)
      F-4N:
      VF-51 Screaming Eagles 74 (Mytai)
      As VF-51 is a stock, listed squadron, this will help diferentiate these from 'generic' 3W skins. It also honors Mytai for his work in creating them so long ago.
      Decal randomization has been set to "TRUE". Included are "newish" data inis for both aircraft. The data inis now incorporate manually operating (meaning: you, the player can now) wingfold and canopy operation. Both use the Standard Animations Keystrokes (tm), Shift/9 for wings and Shift/0 (zero) for the canopy. 
      Also included, within each skin folder, are all of Mytai's original research material that came with the 1stGen Package. This inlcudes photos and other text files.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them .... 
      Remember!! You must have DLC #23 to gain access to the F-4N!!
      Happy Landings!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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