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  1. VF-871 RCN Sqn for the Sea Fury

    VF-871 RCN Squadron for the Hawker Sea Fury FB.11/Mk.50
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    History:
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    The RCN equipped Nos 803 and 883 Squadrons (later designated VF-870 and VF-871) with the Hawker SEA FURY. these squadrons flew 75 Sea Furies from February, 1948 to April, 1957 operating from both HMCS Magnificent and its replacement, HMCS Bonaventure. One of the Sea Fury's acquired was a Mk.10 while the other 74 were F.B. Mk.11s. These were both single seat fighters and fighter-bombers, and were similar except that the Mk 11s were equipped to carry the 100/1,000 pound jettisonable wing bomb carriers. The outer portions of the wings of both models could be folded upwards hydraulically to facilitate stowage below decks on an aircraft carrier.
     
     
    Installation:
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    You must first have the SeaFury_v1 bt Simon Porter in order to install these skins.
    Unzip to your /Objects/Aircraft/SeaFury folder.
     
    Go fly
     
     
    *I have also included RCN themed Loading and Hangar screens. backup your originals just in case you don't like mine. Thanks to RCAF.com and Airliners.net for the images and information.
     
     
    Credits:
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    I would like to thank Simon Porter for all the hard work he put into creating the Sea Fury. Thanks to Saguanay for reference material and also to David Hanvey and Paul Barry who created a wonderful FS 2004 model of the Sea Fury which I used as reference.
    Have fun!
     
    Tim "Canada" Elliott

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  2. 488 Sqdn RNZAF Hurricane IIB

    488 Squadron, RNZAF, Hurricane IIB Skin, for SF/WoV/WoE PTO installs ONLY
     
    New skin for the Dev A-Team's Hawker Hurrican IIB.
     
    This is just a little something I've had laying around for a lloooong time, and never got around to finishing. After looking at the skin bmp itself, I decieded to re-do the entire thing. So, you've got new panel & rivet lines, new scuffing and wear, and I tried to get some 'dirt' along the underside.
     
    Speaking of the number decals, I don't know exactly (other than BM899) if these aircraft were actually used in the defense of Singapore, and during the retreat to Sumatra. I've also given you 12 serial numbers, although historically, only 9 Hurricanes were assigned to 488, before they were either destroyed by enemy action, or by their crews to prevent capture
     
    Just something for use in those early, dark days of WW2 in the Pacific....
     
    Please see the enclosed readme for more information and Install instructions
     
    Happy Landings!
    Wrench
    Kevin Stein

    111 downloads

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  3. IDF Mosquito 1956

    Mosquito FB.Mk.VI
    110 Squadron, Israeli Air Force (Ramat David) 1956
     
    The IDF/AF bought about 30 Mosquito FB.VIs from France. This skin and set of decals for the Suez Crisis represents 110 Squadron (Reserve).
     
    Some of the detail of Gramps' original skin have been retained.
     
    Enjoy
     
    LloydNB

    193 downloads

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  4. FAA Martlet Mk I

    Grumman Martlet Mk I (1940-1941)
     
    For the F4F-4 Wildcat by Pasko - original skin by Gramps, cockpit by Kesselbrut and FM by Starfighter.
     
    The first Wildcat used by the Fleet Air Arm were 53 Grumman G-36a Martlet I, and 6 Grumman G-36a Martlet III diverted from a French order which had not been delivered before the Fall of France in 1940. The aircraft were all delivered to the British Purchasing Commission on 23 August 1940 and transferred to the first FAA unit 804 squadron at Hatston, 778 squadron at Arbroath, 759 squadron at Yeovilton and 802 squadron at Donisbristle from September through to November 1940.
     
    Engine Wright R-1820-G205 Cyclone
    Supercharger Single Stage - two speed
    Wings Fixed
    No. of Guns 4
    Rounds per gun 430

    118 downloads

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  5. RCAF Harvard

    This is the "RCAF Harvard Trainer" skin for Bunyaps' AT-6D Texan/Harvard. This is my first
    attempt at making a skin for SFP1 by Cam (ext)
     
    Installation
     
    1.) Drop the RCAF Harvard skin folder into the
    C:Program FilesStrategy FirstStrikeFightersObjectsAircraftAT-6D folder.
     
     
    Thanks & Credits:
    Model by Bunyap.
    Painting & Coaching help by Saguanay
    Use of Decals by Tim Canada

    123 downloads

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  6. DAF Hurricane 2C

    Slight repaint for the Hurricane 2C into 213 Squadron, Egypt 1942.

    172 downloads

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  7. Green-Grey Camo Layer

    Ficticious "What If" base Green\Grey camo if the P-47N was used in Europe,WWII.
    A psd layer to add to my earlier released Template for the Jug.
    Add to Template as per the readme with template.

    141 downloads

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  8. 45 Squadron Blenheim Mk1

    New Desert camo skin representing 45 Squadron RAF, with updated loadout and data inis, and instructions for adding illuminator flares via weapons editor.
    Detailed instructions in the readme

    146 downloads

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  9. 107 Squadron Boston III

    Represents Boston IIIs from 107 Squadron circa December 1942.

    88 downloads

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  10. Late RAF Camo Boston III

    Generic late came scheme for RAF Boston IIIs. Represents a fictional squadron (those with sharpe eyes will recognize 633 Squadron's call letters)

    97 downloads

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