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    1. RCAF C-54 Schemes

      To be used on SF2 Douglas C-54 Skymaster by Veltro2K available here : https://combatace.com/files/file/14309-sf2-douglas-c-54-skymaster-by-veltro2k/
      These skins represent the schemes used by the RCAF on their C-54 North star with the No. 412 Transport Squadron.
      The serial numbers in this skin pack along with planes numbers are real one's. 
      Some details will be different then real life RCAF C-54 as they are model related (RCAF Aircraft were using Merlin engines).
      You will get the following skins in this package :
      48-58 Era
      58-65 Era
      58-65 Era (United Nations)
      66-68 Era

      Installation:
      Copy the FOLDERS of the current pack objects/aircraft folder in your game C-54 aircraft folder.
      Copy the FOLDERS of the current pack objects/decals folder in your game C-54 decals folder.
      Open the Textureset.ini and edit the file by adding the texture.ini lines. 
      Open the Userlist.ini and edit the lines for Canada service years.  

      All decals are made by me. I completely redraw the panel lines and rivets. 
      Serials are real one's and squadron specific.

      Credits:
      Thanks to Thirdwire for creating the Strike Fighters series.
      Thanks to Veltro2K for the C-54 model.
      Thanks to Wrench for the base template i used.
      Thanks to me for the redraw of the lines and paint work :).
      Happy flights!
      Mario C.
      Frenchie1977

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    2. P-47D for CBI campaigns

      Set of skins for TurboSquid's (file404) P-47D Thundderbolts.  These are very generic in nature and make use of decals from many different sources.
      You can get the SF2 compatible models from YAP.  If you have A-Team's version installed instead, you'll need to convert the bitmaps to .dds format.

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    3. TW RF-51D for Korean War

      TW RF-51D for Korean War
       
      This are a skin and aircraft files to create a RF-51D using the TW P-51D.
       
      You must have the P-51D from the Strike Fighters 2 Expansion Pack 1 for this mod to work.
       
      (If you don't have the TW P-51D and want a RF-51D for your SF2 Korean War install, there's a great one by FastCargo/Wrench in the downloads section.)
       
      The cameras are 2D and are painted on the skin. The skin texture files are in .jpg format at 1024 x 1024 pixels.
       
      Thanks and credit go to:
      Third Wire - for the P-51D model.
      Wrench - for the decals and RF-51D original skin I modified.
      Me - for creating/painting on the 2D camera's; modifiying Wrench's skin to this plane.
      ? - I'm not sure who created the 108 gallon drop tanks. They've been around for many years. Thanks to the unknown creator. (Consensus is the F-51D used the 108 gallon drop tanks more than the WWII 75 gallon tanks.)
       

      If I forget or miss anyone who deserves credit for anything I release, I apologize. I have no intent to abuse or misuse anyone's work or property or claim it as my own. Please contact me to correct any error.
       
      INSTALLATION: Unzip to a folder/place of your choice. Copy, Move, Drag-n-Drop or do whatever you wish to get the folders into their corresponding folders in your SF2 Korea install. Fly.
       
      I'm releasing this under the Combat Ace Fair Use Agreement. Use it anyway you wish for personal use but please give credit to those due it.
       
      If you find any problems with it, please PM me. If you improve it, please share.
       
      Geary

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    4. IJN A6M2 Model 21 Tainan Kokutai(1942)

      Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 21 Tainan Kokutai
       

      For Strike Fighters 2
       
      Mitsubishi A6M2 Model 21 Tainan Kokutai(New Guinea 1942).
       
      Tainan Kokutai was one of the more skilled IJN fighters units and was very active in New Guinea Theater of Operations.
      The unit attack many times Port Moresby, in escort for bombers or as fighter Sweep and cause heavy losses to the USAAF and RAAF Units.
      His home airfield, Lae, was targeted and attacked many times, by B-25, B-26, B-17s, P-39, P-40, P-400s, etc but the results were no brillant and worst, increased still the allied losses.
      On August 3, 1942 Tanian Kokutai was re-deployed at Lakunai Rabaul and in a few days began a new campaign: Guadalcanal.
       

      Breve chronology of the Tainan Kokutai.
       
      Feb 16, 1942 The first six A6M2 of the 4th Kokutai arrived to Rabaul.
      Mar 3, 1942 Lae airfield occupied by the Japanese and developed into a forward airfield.
      Mar 8, 1942 Japanese troops occuped Lae and Salamaua.
      Mar 10, 1942 Tainan Kokutai deployed at Lae. Eleven A6M2 availables.
      Apr 11, 1942 20 A6M2 delivered by Kasuga Maru to Tainan Kokutai.
      Jun 15, 1942 Mitsubishi produced the A6M3 Model 32.First unit served with the new model were the 2th Kokutai and the Tainan Kokutai.Grey paint scheme.
      Jul 30, 1942 20 A6M3 Model 32 arrived to Rabaul for deliver to Tainan Kokutai.
      Aug 3, 1942 Tainan Kokutai move from Lae to Lakunai Rabaul.
      Nov 1, 1942 Tainan Kokutai renamed as the 251th Kokutai.
      Nov 15, 1942 251th Kokutai recalled to Toyohashi air base in Japan to replace its losses.
       
      The model
       

      Specifications for Model 21 revised and adjusted
      Decals(Including dataplate)
      Real registrations numbers after Tainan Kokutai
      New IJN patch
      Set Primary and secondary guns
      Grey drop tank(329 liters)
      PilotWW2JpnNavy
      Use IJN code
      Use only IJN weapons
      Hangar and loading screens
      New loadout screen(not more colour rose)
      Default prop engine sound
       
      See readme for others details
       

      Credits and thanks
       
      Original by ArmorDave
      SF2 Zero and Rufe Pak by Wrench
      Panel, I dont know, but thanks.
       
      Happy flights

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    5. Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3 3./JG 52(Battle of Britain)

      Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3 3./JG 52(Battle of Britain)
       
      Texture for Strike Fighters 2.
       
      Luftwaffe Gruppe I of JG 52 began operations at the Battle of Britain on Aug 2, 1940.
      The Gruppe(Staffeln 1, 2 and 3)was based at Coquelles until Oct 31, 1940, then, the unit leave the front Channel and return to Germany.
      Following the disastrous deployment of Gruppe III(eight pilots lost in two days, including Gruppenkommandeur and three Staffeln Kapitän. Unit retired of operations after only ten days of operations), and Gruppe II(six pilots lost in six days and unit retired after only 12 days of operations. However, Gruppe II returned to combat from Sep 25, 1940 at Peuplingues), Gruppe I was better prepared for the task, and claimed some 72 victories lossing in the process 24 Bf 109s with seven pilots KIA and 16 POW.
       

      Install

      Follow readme instructions

      Bonus

      PilotData included photos of the main aces of the RAF and Luftwaffe by the Battle of Britain.

      Squadron list

      Optional. List included main units of Battle of Britain(Luftwaffe and RAF)

      Credtis
       
      Russouk2004 and Wrench for the original model.
       
      Happy flights!

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    6. Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4B 3./Erpr.Gr.210(Battle of Britain)

      Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4B 3./Erpr.Gr.210(Battle of Britain)
       
      Texture for Strike Fighters 2.
       
      Luftwaffe 3./ Erpr.Gr.210(Erprobungsgruppe 210)was the third staffel of the Gruppe and the only one equipped with Bf 109Es.
      The others two squadrons operated with Bf 110C-4B, D-0, D-1 and other new and last versions of the Zerstörer.
      3./Erpr.Gr.210 take on charge a batch of new Bf 109E-4B by July 1940 and began an intensive programme of training.
      A red line was painted in the left canopy side to serve as reference at the dive(45 ° from 3000m).
      On Jul 13, 1940 by 07.00 hours Erpr.Gr.210 move forward from its base at Denain to St Omer for start operations in convoy attacks. The group flew his first mission at 12.15 hours, targeting a convoy off Harwich .
      Erpr.Gr.210 was a precision attack unit and after targeting convoy traffic, switch in the next phase of the Battle of Britain, to attack radar stations and airfields.
      On Aug 15, 1940 Erpr.Gr.210 suffer heavy losses. After two succesfull sorties, the Gruppe depart by the 17.00 hrs to attack Kenley.
      With the low setting sun, Erpr.Gr.210 dont find the escorting JG 52 and continued always a low altitude to London area.
      The Gruppe made a long approach by the north and began the attack, but they mistook Croydon with Kenley. The long approach give to the RAF, enough time to intercept and
      two Hurricanes squadrons(No.32 and No.111 Sqn)were converging to the Kenley area.
      The attack cause moderate damage to Kenley and then Gruppenkommandeur, Hptm Rubensdorffer, ordered the retreat. But that was too late.
      The Hurricanes went to chase the Bf 110s and the eight Bf 109E-4B led by Ltn.Horst Marx were no enough to content the attack.
      The full Stab flight was destroyed(Rubendorsffer and his radio were KIA)and 2./Erpr.Gr.210 loss three others Bf 110s. Ltn.Marx try to save and protect Rubendorsffer but he was also hit and shot down.
      Marx´s Bf 109 was one of the only two Bf 109s lost in combat by Erpr.Gr.210 by the Battle of Britain.
       


      Install
       
      Follow readme instructions
       
      Bonus
       
      PilotData included photos of the main aces of the RAF and Luftwaffe by the Battle of Britain.
       
      Squadron list
       
      Optional. List included main units of Battle of Britain(Luftwaffe and RAF)
       
      Credtis

      Russouk2004 and Wrench for the original model.

      Happy flights!

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    7. Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3 8./JG 3(Battle of Britain)

      Messerschmitt Bf 109E-3 8./JG 3(Battle of Britain)
       
      Texture for Strike Fighters 2.
       

      Luftwaffe Gruppe III of JG 3 began operations at the Battle of Britain on Jul 2, 1940.
      The Gruppe(Staffeln 7, 8 and 9)was based at Guines until Jul 20, 1940, then was trasnfered to Desvres and remain there until Feb 16, 1941.
      Of the three Staffeln, only 9./JG 3 had a individual badge.
      Following orders as the others units, the 7./JG 3 was selected and equipped by October as fighter-bomber unit.
      III Gruppe claims were for 67 kills and loss 33 Bf 109s with nine pilots KIA and 8 POW.
       

      Install

      Follow readme instructions

      Bonus

      PilotData included photos of the main aces of the RAF and Luftwaffe by the Battle of Britain.

      Squadron list

      Optional. List included complete JG 3 structure.

      Credtis
       
      Russouk2004 and Wrench for the original model.
       
      Happy flights!

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    8. F4U-4_Skin_Pack_SF2

      This skin pack is intended for use with the F4U-4 included in the F4U pack by Wrench.
      They are mostly late 40's to early 50's squadrons and they're not 100% accurate (more like 85% or so).
       
      Squadrons included are:
      VF-5B (VF-61)
      VF-192
      VF-193
      VF-791
      VF-871
      VMF-323
       
      I've also included 4 new napalm tanks of different sizes in zinc-chromate yellow (just for fun!).
       
      Have fun!
      A.Mariani

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    9. F4U-1D, VMF-112 Skin Pak

      VMF-112, F4U-1D Corsair, USS Bennington 1945 Skin Pak
       
      == For WW2 PTO SF2, Any and All ==
       
      *Note: can be used in any PTO centric install, and probably will work in 1stGens as well*
       
      A new skin for Wolf257's Corsair; to be used with my F4U-1D mod available here at CA at the following URL:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/1532-f4u-1d-corsair/
       
      This represents F4U-1D Corsairs as flown frum USS Bennington in the later months of the war.
      Decal randomization is set to TRUE (which won't work if used in 1stGen installs, but what the hey, right?)
      Also included is a 90%-ish SF2 compliant FM in/on/part of the enclosed data ini*, a new 'main ini' (F4U-1D.ini), and an SF2 Userlist.ini (as USMC is considered a 'Seperate Nation' for Export Purposes ™). It's advised other USN/USMC Corsairs have the necessary lines added, year adjusted and use this new userlist.
       
      As always, READ the enclosed readme for full, detailed instructions. This package has been broken down into the various folders that SF2 needs, to make it a LOT easier to install (read: drag and drop).
       
      Happy Hunting!
      wrench
      kevin stein
       
      *said data ini has been posted in the SF2 PropHeads Forum for some time

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    10. Gloster Gladiator Mk.II RAF No.247 Sqn(Battle of Britain)

      Gloster Gladiator Mk.II RAF No.247 Sqn(Battle of Britain)
       
      Texture for Strike Fighters 2.
       
      RAF No.247 Squadron was the only Gladiator unit of the fighter command by the Battle of Britain.
      No.247 Sqn operated from Roborough Fleet Air Arm Station(Plymouth)with detachments at Exeter.
      Formed from the Shetland Fighter Flight No. 247 Squadron was reformed at Roborough FAA Station on Aug 1, 1940.
      By Aug 13, 1940 only one flight was recorded as operative. Same by Sep 7, 1940.
      Tasked with the defence of the south west of England including the ports of Plymouth and Falmouth, the squadron's first action came on 25 September 1940, when a force of 24 Dornier Do 17s escorted by 12 Messerschmitt Bf 110s flew over the English Channel from France and crossed the coast at Start Point, heading towards Plymouth.
      Then Gladiators were used a night fighters, vectored by ground control radar.
      At 19:15 on 6 November 1940, the last engagement by a home-based Gladiator was fought when P/O R. C. Winter of 247 Sq. intercepted a He 111 off Falmouth and claimed to have damaged it.
      The squadron flew Gladiator Mk.II from Jan 1940 to Feb 1941 and start conversion in Hawker Hurricane Mk.I from Dec 24, 1940.
       

      Aircrafts included:
       
      No.247 Sqn operated with Gladiator Mk.IIs, only exception K8049, a old Mk.I(not included in the present set).
      All 13 serial numbers are after real No.247 Sqn Gladiators:
       
      N2308
      N5575
      N5576
      N5585
      N5622
      N5631
      N5644
      N5648
      N5649
      N5682
      N5684
      N5897
      N5901
       
      Install
       
      Follow readme instructions
       
      Bonus
       
      PilotData included photos of the main aces of the RAF and Luftwaffe by the Battle of Britain.
      Pilot number are sequencial after set "StrikeFighter2 Great Britain RAF WWII" by Viper.
       

      Optional:
      Squadronlist.
       
      Included all RAF and Luftwaffe units of the Battle of Britain(Spitfire, Hurricane, Defiant, Blenheim
      Gladiator and Luftwaffe Bf 109, Bf 110, Ju 87, Ju 88, He 111, Do 17 and units from Seenodienst-Küstenfliegergruppen).
      Luftwaffe units organized after Gruppen, included Stab(no individual Staffeln numbers).
       
      Credits
       
      Wrench and Cocas for the original model.
       
      Happy Flights!!!

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    11. EAF Supermarine Spitfire F Mk 22 White DLC 29

      Twenty reconditioned F.22's were sold to Egypt in 1950 and 10 to Syria.
       
      This white skin is a remake of previous Wrench's one. Decals are old ones.
       
      I made this only because I liked so much the original I can't wait to use the new model in DLC 29.
       
      All the credits to Kevin.
       
      @ paulopanz

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    12. SF2 WW2 ETO Bristol Beaufighter TF.X, ANZAC Skin Pack

      SF2 WW2 ETO Bristol Beaufighter TF.X, ANZAC Skin Pack 1/8/2016
       
      -- Something for the WW2 ETO players --
       
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      As this skin/decal set is for the ANZAC Strike Wing Beaufighters, is it to be used on the recently released Beaufighter TFX (Early) by Cocas, avaliable at the following url:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/15981-sf2-ww2-eto-bristol-beaufighter-tfx-v9-by-cocas/
       
      This pack contains the following aircraft & skin/decal sets:
       
      Beaufighter TF Mk.X (Early)
       
      No.455 Squadron (RAAF) (code - UB)
      No.489 Squadron (NZ) (code - P6)
       
      of the ANZAC Strike Wing. Both aircraft carry full D-Day markings. The SF2 "date swtich" is =NOT= used on either skin.
      The Squadron Crest is used as the paint chip seen on the Loadout Screen. Skins are in jpg format. All markings are decals, and decal randomization is set to TRUE.
      Serials for 489 should be considered 'generic' in nature, and use the serials from the "Coates" deacl folder from the original aircraft release.
      Serials for 455 are 100% Historically Accurate ™ and are matched to the "plane in squadron" letter.
       
      On the loadout screen, you'll see...
       
      No. 455 Sqdn RAAF (D-Day Stripes)
      No. 489 Sqdn NZ (D-Day Stripes)
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please =READ= them BEFORE installing this mod!!!. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too.
       
      Happy Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       

      - for Cocas Aircraft Factory -

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    13. SF2 WW2 SAAF Fury - East Africa

      Hawker Fury MkII
      SAAF No.2 Squadron
       
      For use with the A-Team Fury MkII. Some elements of Charles' original skin have been retained.
       
      The Hawker Fury was still in service with the South African Air Force at the start of WWII. Due to aircraft shortages, the Fury was used in mixed squadrons during 1940 in East Africa. As it was too slow to catch the more modern Italian aircraft, the Fury was mainly used in the close support role.

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    14. SF2 WW2 SAAF Hurricane Skins, East Africa

      1 SAAF Squadron - Hurricane MKIA
      3 SAAF Squadron - Hurricane MkIA (Trop)
       
      These skins are for Raven's excellent Hurricane MkI and MkIa (Trop). Most of the hard work on these skins is down to him - I've just played around with the panel lines and added some extra decals.
       
      SAAF squadrons in East Africa used a number of different aircraft over the campaign so I've decided to set these around January 1941 when:
      - 3 SAAF Squadron was Hurricanes only and
      - 1 SAAF Squadron was a mix of the original MkIs supplied early in the war, loaned MkIa(Trops) from 3 SAAF and Gladiators.
       
      Anyone who would like the layered files to play with should drop me a line and I'll convert them to your format of choice - anything to encourage more people to get into skinning.
       
      Regards
       
      Lloyd

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    15. SF2 WW2 MTO Dewoitine D.520 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack

      SF2 WW2 MTO Dewoitine D.520 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack 5/15/2015
       
      -- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Note: this mod is most likely =NOT= usable in 1stGen installs at any patch level*
       
      **Notex2: while designed for use in a MTO-Centric mods folder, the majority of the changes are readily useful during the aircraft's total service life.**
       
      Some tweeks, fiddles and a new skin & decal set for Veltro's Dewoitine D.520 French fighter plane. See the 'Notes' sector for full Change Log.
      Be advised, this package is designed to REPLACE, in total, both the AdA and VAdA D.520s in the "SF2 WW2 French Fighters Pak" re-issue of 2013. If you have that mod, it is =HIGHLY= reccomended you delete the old aircraft (and decals) =BEFORE= installing this one.
       
      This little kit is designed to work with the D.520 available at the following url:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/14334-dewoitine-d520/
       
      The new skins represent:
       
      GC III/6 2e, Syria, 1941 (VAdA)
      GC II/3 2e SPA 81, Algiers, 1942 (VAdA - full striped markings)
       
      The skins use the SF2 'date switch', to turn automatically in July, 1940 (after the Armistace, and creation of Vichy forces). This is one of main reasons for the export/service editing, and additions to the Userlist. However, these changes ARE designed for use throughout the aircraft service life. (although, again, mostly for after the Armistice).
      However, since I've supplies 2 skins, for opposite ends of the Med, you'll have to select the appropriate one for the theatre you're flying in.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!! In fact, it's RECCOMENDED!!! that you read these instructions BEFORE installing (but after unzipping, of course) as you'll be backing up a few of the inis (for safety's sake, doncha know).
       
      Happy Landings!!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    16. SF2 WW2 MTO Potez P.63.11 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack

      SF2 WW2 MTO Potez P.63.11 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack 5/15/2015
       
      -- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Note: this mod is most likely =NOT= usable in 1stGen installs at any patch level*
       
      **Notex2: while designed for use in a MTO-Centric mods folder, the majority of the changes are readily useful during the aircraft's total service life.**
       
      Some tweeks, fiddles and a new skin & decal set for Veltro's Potez P.63.11 French observation & "Army Co-operation" light attack aircraft. See the 'Notes' sector for full Change Log.
       
      This little kit is designed to work with the Potez 63.11 available at the following url:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/14299-potez-6311/
       
      The new skin represents:
       
      GAO I/583, Aleppo, Syria in 1941 (in Vichy Service)
       
      The skin uses the SF2 'date switch', to turn automatically in July, 1940 (after the Armistace, and creation of Vichy forces). This is one of main reasons for the export/service editing, and additions to the Userlist. However, these changes ARE designed for use throughout the aircraft service life. (although, again, mostly for after the Armistice).
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!! In fact, it's RECCOMENDED!!! that you read these instructions BEFORE installing (but after unzipping, of course) as you'll be backing up a few of the inis (for safety's sake, doncha know).
       
      Happy Landings!!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    17. SF2 WW2 MTO LeO-451 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack

      SF2 WW2 MTO LeO-451 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack 5/15/2015
       
      -- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Note: this mod is most likely =NOT= usable in 1stGen installs at any patch level*
       
      **Notex2: while designed for use in a MTO-Centric mods folder, the majority of the changes are readily useful during the aircraft's total service life.**
       
      Some tweeks, fiddles and a new skin & decal set for Veltro's LeO-451 French medium bomber. See the 'Notes' sector for full Change Log.
       
      This little kit is designed to work with the LeO-451 available at the following url:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/14454-lioré-et-olivier-leo-45/
       
      The new skin represents:
       
      GB I/31 in 1941, as based in Syria (Vichy AdA)
       
      The skin uses the SF2 'date switch', to turn automatically in July, 1940 (after the Armistace, and creation of Vichy forces). This is one of main reasons for the export/service editing, and additions to the Userlist. However, these changes ARE designed for use throughout the aircraft service life. (although, again, mostly for after the Armistice).
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!! In fact, it's RECCOMENDED!!! that you read these instructions BEFORE installing (but after unzipping, of course) as you'll be backing up a few of the inis (for safety's sake, doncha know).
       
      Happy Landings!!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    18. SF2 WW2 MTO MS-406 Skin/Ini Tweeks Pack

      SF2 WW2 MTO MS-406 Tweeks Pack 5/10/2015
       
      -- Something for the WW2 MTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Note: this mod is most likely =NOT= usable in 1stGen installs at any patch level. This may be due to the use of a 'late model' cockpit.*
       
      **Notex2: this skin is designed for use ONLY in a MTO-Centric mods folder. Although the other changes are for use during the aircraft's total service life.**
       
      Some tweeks, fiddles and a new skin & decal set for Veltro's MS-406 French fighter. I've also substituted one of Stary's Generic Cockpits ™. See the 'Notes' section for full Change Log.
       
      This little kit is designed to work with the MS-406 available at the following url:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/14264-morane-saulnier-ms406/
       
      The new skin represents:
       
      GC I/7 (SPA 15) as seen based at Ryak, Syria in 1941 (Vichy AdA)
       
      The skin uses the SF2 'date switch', to turn automatically in July, 1940 (after the Armistace, and creation of Vichy forces). This is one of main reasons for the export/service editing, and additions to the Userlist. However, these changes ARE designed for use throughout the aircraft's service life. (although mostly for after the Armistice).
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!! In fact, it's RECCOMENDED!!! that you read these instructions BEFORE installing (but after unzipping, of course) as you'll be backing up a few of the inis (for safety's sake, doncha know).
       
      Happy Landings!!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    19. SF2 WW2 ETO, "D-Day" Spitfire IX Blank Skin set

      SF2 WW2 ETO, "D-Day" Spitfire IX Blank Skin set 1/12/2015
       
      -- Something for the WW2 ETO players --
       
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (w/whichever Expansion Pak gave us the Spitfire IXc) =
       
      Using my Home Grown Templates ™ for the stock 3rd Wire Spirfire 9c, this skin set adds the D-Day Invasion stripes set.
      This is a "blank" skin, with no marking other than the Invasion Stripes, and can be used with any of the available decal sets for the stock Mk.IXc AND Mk.IXe. A simple rename of the textures will allow it's usage on either one. See "Notes" for more details.
       
      The stripes represented here are the 'full' set, top/bottom of wings and fully wrapping around the fuselage, as used from June 6, 1944 to approx September 44 (ish). The Sky ID band has been omitted, although photographic evidence exists of it having been used, even with the Invasion stripes. Yellow wing IFF bands remain.
       
      REMINDER-- this is not a 'full' ready-to-use skin pak. The folder is just named "DDAY" for convience. You'll have to create specifically named skin folders (ie: 411-DDay, for example) for proper, historical usage.
       
      There is no decals or texture set inis included -- however, a "base" texture set showing the in-game labeling is included, but NOT usable per se. It's just there to show how to set the Displayed Name labeling.
      As the mapping for both the 9c and 9e is identical, as are their respective decal positions, any of the existing Spifire 9 decal sets can be reused with this skin.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please =READ= them !!!.
       
      Happy Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      40 downloads

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    20. SF2 WW2 MTO Spitfire Mk.IX, Polish Fighting Team Skinpak

      SF2 WW2 MTO Spitfire Mk.IX, Polish Fighting Team Skinpak 1/8/2015
       
      -- Something for the Med players --
       
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *This mod will NOT work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs, at any patch level. One should also have the SF2I expansion pak, that gave us the Spitfires, as this mod REQUIRES the 3W Spitfire Mk.IX,
       
      This package contains a new skin for MTO (specificly Tunisian) based RAF Spitfire Mk.IXs. It represents
       
      "C" Flight, No. 145 Squadron, aka "Polish Fighting Team"
       
      All marking are decals, and decal randomization is TRUE for the 16 plane-in-squadron and serial number decals. Serial numbers marked with a star (*) are 100% historically matched to their plane-in-squadron number. Those marked with a cross (+, ok the plus sign!), while having served with the PFT, could not be matched to a specific aircraft. Those without any markings, are 'generic'. It should be noted, that the PFT used numbers, instead of letter for their individual IDs.
      Please note, this is just the skin/decal set. I've not included any of the bits needed to make the aircraft Player Flyable ™. There's plenty of other mods that do this.
       
      When in game, on the Loadout Screen, you'll see
       
      Polish Fighting Team (145 Sqdn)
       
      in the upper right skin selection drop down.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them.
       
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      46 downloads

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    21. SF2 WW2 , PTO 39th FS P-47D "Razorback" Thunderbolt Skin Pak

      SF2 WW2 39th FS, PTO P-47D "Razorback" Thunderbolt Skin Pak 12/22/2014
       
      = For SF2 (Full4/5 Merged RECCOMENDED!)
       
      *This mod will =NOT= work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs, at any patch level. It was built for SF2 ONLY!!.*
       
      **REMINDER: this pack is for PTO Razorback Jugs -only-!!! And by PTO, this means SoWesPac, NOT CBI, not the Solomons, etc!!! This would include New Guinea, points north and west, and obviously the Philipines.**
       
      This is a new skin for Cocas' PTO P-47D Razorback Thunderbolt. If you don't have it already, you can get the aircraft at the following url:
      http://combatace.com/files/file/15204-sf2-ww2-pto-republic-p-47d-razorback-thunderbolt-by-cocas/
       
      The skin included is for:
       
      39th FS, 35th FG, as seen in the Phillipines in mid-1944 (also slightly earlier)
       
      It represents the aircraft in their later scheme, up until the time the 35th converted to Mustangs. (oddly, almost all of 5th AF Jugs carried the tail stripes of one kind or another).
      All markings are decals, and Decal randomization is TRUE.
      The aircraft is finished in Overall Natural Metal, with "new style" Southwest Pacfic markings as of mid-1944. These are the pre-war style red rudder stripes, with a blue leading edge on the Rudder.
      Please note, SWP Theatre, Squadron and/or Group specific markings -ARE- painted on.
      The serials herein should be considered "generic" in nature, but ARE for the correct model variant.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!!!
       
      Happy Landings!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       
      =for Cocas Aircraft Factory, Prop Works Division=

      34 downloads

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    22. SF2 WW2 MTO P-47D Razorback, 64th FS Skins/Decals Pak

      SF2 WW2 MTO P-47D Razorback, 64th FS Skins/Decals Pak 12/24/2014
       
      -- Something for the MTO players --
       
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      A new skin/decal set for the MTO (Theatre Specific) P-47D Razorback by Cocas & Co.
       
      The Theatre specific aircraft is available at the following url:
      http://combatace.com/files/file/15203-sf2-ww2-mto-republic-p-47d-razorback-thunderbolt-by-cocas/
       
      Skin included in this pak are:
       
      12th AF:
      64th FS, 57th FG "Black Scorpions"
       
      All markings are decals, and Decal randomization is TRUE.
      The aircraft is finished in standard 0D/Grey, with MTO Theatre markings.
      Please note, MTO Theatre, Squadron and/or Group specific markings -ARE- painted on.
      The serials herein should be considered "generic" in nature, but ARE for the correct model variant. There are NO nose arts.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them.
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      30 downloads

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    23. SF2 WW2 PTO P-47N, Ini, Skin/Decal Update Pak

      SF2 WW2 PTO P-47N, Ini, Skin/Decal Update Pak 10/28/2014
       
      -- Something for the WW2 PTO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      **Note: this mod is to be applied to Russ's "P-47N V.2 Final Pak", available at the following URL:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/13202-p-47n-157z/
       
      If you don't have, you should get it!!**
       
      These skins are for WW2 PTO use ONLY! The represent P-47Ns as seen in the last months of the war.
      Revamped/Updated skins and decals included are:
       
      19th FS
      333rd FS
      464th FS (replaces the MeatChopper skin & decal folders)
      463rd FS (now with some nose arts)
       
      Included as well are revamped loadout and data inis. The data ini contains a slightly refined FM, but is not 100% perfect (although MUCH better than before!), and may need further tweeking by experts. The loadout ini fixes a missed station. A backup copy of the original data ini is included, so you don't need to back up your original.
      You also get a NEW box-art style loading screen.
       
      New plane-in-squadron ID numbers, and serials number decals (where used) were created for those using them. The PIS numbers follow the correct sequencing. The serials, while correct for the mark, should be considered 'generic' in nature, as they represent no particular aircraft with the squadrons depicted. Decal randomization is TRUE.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. PLEASE read them!!
      To eliminate confusion, You'll be renaming, moving or deleting some folder, as these will replace them. So, before installing, unzip this archive and read the Install Instructions.
       
      Good Hunting!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      64 downloads

         (2 reviews)

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    24. SF2 WW2 FAA, 807 NAS, BEIF, Seafire Mk.IIIC Skinpak

      SF2 WW2 FAA Seafire Mk.IIIC, 807 NAS, BEIF 10/5/2014
       
      -- Something for the WW2 Fleet Air Arm players --
       
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
       
      *Note: this is designed for use in a PTO mods folder built from the SF2NA exe, as it has the proper carrier coding. Also, be advised a correct and proper CBI map with the carrier coding is still in the works.*
       
      The package contains a =NEW= skin for Cocas' Seafire Mk.IIIC as issued to Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadrons in British East Indies Fleet. If you don't have the aircraft, you can get it at the following URL:
       
      http://combatace.com/files/file/15028-sf2-ww2-faa-seafire-mkiiic-pak-by-cocas-aircraft-factory-co/
       
      Skin included in this package is:
       
      Royal Navy:
      No. 807 NAS, BEIF, embarked on HMS HUNTER in 1945
       
      The aircraft carries 'standard' SEAC markings for the period. Code and "plane in group" letters (18) are correct for East Indies Fleet use, but I have not found any references if they carried the "D5" code with HUNTER in the Med. Most likely, they did. In that case, a different skin for MTO usage would be needed, and the national markings decals would need replacing. I have included the PSD I used to make the fuselage codes for any other skinners to use for that purpose, or for other FAA aircraft.
      All markings are decals and Decal Randomization is TRUE.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them.
       
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       
      -for Cocas Aircraft Factory, Prop Works Division-

      31 downloads

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    25. 335th FS P-51 Mustang (TW) decal upgrade

      Hi there!
       
      This is the second updated set of decals for the 4th FG P-51D/K Mustang skin set released back in July.
       
      This set includes the correct serial numbers for the 335th FS' P-51D Mustangs. Plus some nose art (more coming later!).
      Also included are a new decal.ini, new numbers.lst and new TextureSet.ini.
       
      Warning: the decal.ini may need some editing depending on how you have your folders organized!
       
      To install just drop in the corresponding folder and overwrite when prompted.

      43 downloads

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