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Hawker SeaHawk and all variants

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  1. Seahawk F.1A, "What If..." Korean War Mod

    Seahawk F.1A, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm - A "What If..." mod for SF/WoV/WoE, Korean War installs
     
    This is a mod of Bunyap's Seahawk into a "What If..." version, as might have been used by the FAA during the Korean War. It's a sort of "kitbashed" version, as I've combined the F.1 and FB.3 versions, to give a sort of field-modification feel to the weapons loadouts. I say 'kitbashed', when perhaps I should say 'combined', as the F.1s never had any provisions for A-G munitions; no rockets, no bombs, no napalm -- just their guns. So, I figured, due to the extingincies of war, the MoD and/or crews in the field, perfromed a hack-job, and "borrowed" the mounts and wiring and other etc bits off other aircraft to give them the capability to load and fire the 60-lb rocket, so prevalent on RAF/FAA aircraft.
     
    The skin, which is 'borrowed' from the FGA.6, has been repainted, from a new partial template (new panel lines added where necessary), with the black-and-white Invasion Stripes used in the KTO for identification of Allied/UN/FAA aircraft (as seen on the Sea Fury, Firefly and Seafires). One of the best things about Buny's Seahawks, is they're all mapped identicaly, making the job soooo much easier.
     
    The skin represents 898 Squadron, Fleet Air Arm, embarked aboard HMS OCEAN in the very-late 1952/early 1953 time frame. New decals have been created by me, with serial numbers for 24 aircraft (probably at least twice the number in a Royal Navy carrier squadron). The serials are 100% accurate, as they ARE all from production F.1s, but since this is obviously a 'What If...' aircraft, they can't be considered accurate for the Korean War. (neither can the aircraft, but what the hell...it's a game and all for fun!!!)
     
    This is an almost full aircraft package, with all the inis, skin, new decals, lods etc. Excepting that NO cockpit has been supplied with this aircraft. However, for WoE users, I've included a modified version of the HunterFGA9 cockpit ini, with the pilot positon adjusted to match the physical model. In my estimation, it's the best one available, as it has that nice Post-War/1950s steam gauge look. As an alternative, for SF/WoV users, I've included the cockpit ini from my 'jet-modded-Spitfire pit'. You'll see it as "SeaHawk_cockpit.ini". You'll need to download my WW2:1946 Vampire to obtain all the necessary cockpit bits. More, highly detailed, step-by-step information is below, in the "To Instalate" instructions.
     
    2 Hangar screens have been supplied; one is my old version and another BRAND NEW!! -only available in this mod- WoE style, repsenting a carrier deck. The Loading screen is still the original from Bunyap.
     
    =You MUST have the Bunyap Weapons Pak to have the WW2/Post-War/Korean War Era weapons!!! I've not supplied any of the rockets or drop tanks with this mod, as they are already in the BunyPak. If not using the BunyPak (ie: TMF Weapons Pak), you'll need to get the Seahawk Package at CombatAce, as it contains the drop tanks. The Rockets you'll have to add from the BunyPak =
     
    IMPORTANT: This aircraft is designed to be used in SF/WoV/WoE -- it has NOT been tested in WoI. In fact, I don't think I've even flown ANY of the Seahawks in WoI yet!!! But it should be good as is. It's a jet, not a prop job; so hopefully...
     
    As always, READ the enclosed readme for full, detailed install instructions.
     
    Happy Landings!!
    Wrench
    kevin stein

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  2. SeaHawk F.1_early

    This varient represents an aircraft from the first batch of 35 Sea Hawk F.1s. It differs from later versions in that the tail fairing, expended brass chutes, and ram air intake on the nose are not present. There were several other minor differences that don't show up on the model and were of minimal consequence.
     
    Armament consists of four 20mm Hispanos. Simple and to the point... Later varients could carry bombs and rockets so there will be fun for us mud movers too.

    491 downloads

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  3. Sea Hawk F.1 late

    This represents the later version of the Sea Hawk F.1 with the tail fairing, brass chutes, and ram air intake on the nose.

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  4. Sea Hawk F.2

    The Sea Hawk F.2 is now available. This is a very similar aircraft externally to the late F.1. The only change I made was increasing the max control speed for the ailerons to reflect the hydraulic boost that was added.

    654 downloads

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  5. Sea Hawk FB.3

    This is the first of the ground attack versions. It can carry combinations of drop tanks, bombs, and rockets on the wing pylons although light loads were prefered due to poor performance.

    548 downloads

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  6. Sea Hawk FB.5

    The Sea Hawk FB.5 is now available. These are FB.3s re-engined with the Nene 103. The new engine gave slightly more thrust but performance remained poor.

    792 downloads

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  7. Sea Hawk FGA.4

    Another Sea Hawk ground attack variant from bunyap.

    604 downloads

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  8. Sea Hawk FGA.6

    Another Sea Hawk ground attack variant from bunyap.

    1,967 downloads

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