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    1. Fiat G.91 "Gina" Pack

      Fiat G.91 Gina Pack (R.3, R.4 & T.3)
      I´m happy that after a long time these babys are finally out.
      1st of all I want to thank ErikGen, Stary & Ravenclaw 007, without you guys this would never been released. Thank you so much guys.
      2nd read the f***ing readme!!!!
      WHAT´S IN:
      - 8 new Planes (Versions of R.3, R.4 & T.3) with 53 skins
      - new Cockpit
      - new weapons

      CREDITS:
      - ErikGen - 3D modeler of the planes
      - Stary - Cockpit
      - Ravenclaw007 - new weapons & ini dance
      - Soulfreak - paintwork, ini dance, screens etc.
      TO INSTALL:
      - extract into your mod / objects folder
       
      Remember, this is only a Beta version. 3D model can´t changed, due to the fact that ErikGen is no more active in the SF2 world.
      Flight model should be tweaked, but I´m not the guy who can do it.
      Schapen, September 13th 2019
      Carlo "Soulfreak" Vecchi
      THIS MODEL IS ONLY TO BE DISTRIBUTED AS FREEWARE AND IN NO OTHER CIRCUMSTANCE SHALL IT BE USED, EVEN IN PART OF ANYTHING THAT IS PAYWARE.
      IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMBAT ACE MODDERS AGREEMENT

      152 downloads

         (2 reviews)

      5 comments

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    2. Gloster Meteor FR.9 - Repack -

      Fighter armed reconnaissance version of the F.8, first flown 23 March 1950, 126 built by Gloster for the Royal Air Force.
      Former RAF aircraft were later sold to Ecuador, Israel and Syria.
      WHATS'IN:
      - a complete repacked plane with ALL airforces, skins, decals, squadrons for ALL terrains and campaigns
      - 24 skins (16 RAF; 5 IDF; 2 FAE; 1 SyAF)
      - historical decals by airforce
      - hangars & patches by plane
      - some little inis tweaks
      CREDITS:
      - Yakarov (model, templates, IDF skins: decals tweaked)
      - Soulfreak (RAF skinpack: No. 79 (59); No.2 (52 & 55) [nacelle emblems added]; No. 208 (52 & 55) [nose edit] + historical decals)
      - paulopanz (skin and decals works and rework, some repack tweaks)
      TO INSTALL:
      - extract Meteor9 Repack1 & 2 and "take to mod folder" folder
      - all in your main mod folder and overwrite
      ACTIONS:
      - key 10 canopy open with autoclose at take off

      Enjoy
       

      @paulopanz
       
       
       

      120 downloads

         (1 review)

      0 comments

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    3. Seafire Mk. XVII ("stand-in")

      This is a "stand-in" Seafire Mk. XVII modded from Thirdwire's Spitfire Mk. 18.
      As with the Mk. 47 released earlier, the skins are in .jpg format and 512 x 512 resolution. It includes a new SPITFIRE24_PROP_SLOW.TGA
      showing 5-blade propeller instead of the stock 4-blade prop. Also included is Stary's late mark
      Spitfire cockpit.
      You will need the DLC #29 to get the late marks Spitfires before you install this mod.
      Thanks to Thirdwire for the original Spitfire 3-D model.
      Have fun!
      A. Mariani

      36 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    4. SF2 F-4G(B) USN Pack

      SF2 F-4G(B) USN Pack              8/28/2019
      -For SF2, Any and All (Full Merged Reccomended)
      This is a NEW aircraft, the F-4G(B) for the US Navy. There were F-4Bs modified with a automatic carrier landing system during their Oct 1965-June 1966 deployment in South East Asia aboard USS Kitty Hawk. They were painted in an experimental green camoflauge, as were many other aircraft of CVW-11 in this time frame.
      Once upon a time, I know we had this aircraft for 1stGen SF, but have been unable to locate it. So, I rebuilt it, and now present it you all to enjoy. This is a complete aircraft, based off the F-4B_65, so make use you have this bird in your inventory. This aircraft uses all stock 3w items.
      The skin is in jpg format, in 2048x, from Sundowner's templates. 12 100% historically accurate Bunum decals are included. Decal randomization is TRUE. This aircraft is given a full year's operational time frame, "1965-1966" in the data ini, even if not historically correct (read: easier). New, aircraft specific hangar and loading screens are provided.
      Is should be noted, this mod was started in 2011, and got lost. I do NOT remember who created the original skin I worked from, or the decals (which have been refreshed to remove ghosting around the edges), So I cannot take full credit for this mod (see "Notes" for more speculations).
      When in-game, on the aircraft selection drop down, you'll see:
      F-4G(B) Phantom II (USN)
      This will differentiate it from the USAF F-4G Wild Weasel, and make sure you know it's a Navy bird.
      As is always reccomended, unzip to a temp folder or your desktop to give easy access to the rest of this readme for it's install instructions. 

      Happy Landings!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      86 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      3 comments

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    5. Tupolev Tu-98 Backfin

      The Tupolev Tu-98 (NATO reporting name Backfin) was a prototype swept wing jet bomber developed by Tupolev for the Soviet Union.

      Not that much info since this was a prototype. Hence a few modifications where made by me.Using B-58 cockpit. If anyone cares to correct them, be my guest. Also I included and extra lod with alternate mapping.
      3D Model (Veltro2k)
      Cockpit credit  goes to the creator
       

      unzip ad folders to their appropiate places...have fun
       

      THIS MODEL IS ONLY TO BE DISTRIBUTED AS FREEWARE AND IN NO OTHER CIRCUMSTANCE SHALL IT BE USED, EVEN IN PART OF ANYTHING THAT IS PAYWARE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMBAT ACE MODDERS AGREEMENT

      116 downloads

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      0 comments

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    6. Douglas EB-66C Destroyer (Ver 2)

      Douglas EB-66C Destroyer Update Pak  (Ver.2)                          8/16/2019
      = For SF2, Any & All =
      This is an update/upgrade/Remod of my 2013 pack. This is considered to be "version 2.0" of the EB-66C Destroyer ELINT/Escort Jammer aircraft. It it designed to replace, in total the earlier package from August 2013. If you have the original pack, you are instructed to delete it completly (aircraft, decals, and all), as this one has some major imporvements.
      This remod pack contains 2 skins:
      41st TEWS, 355th TFW, PACAF, Takhli RTAFB, mid-60s thru 1974-ish (RC tail code)
      39th TEWS, 36th TFW, USAFE, Spangdahelm AB 1969-73 (JN tail code)
      Both are new, and are (hopefully!) in the correct SEA 3-tone camoflague colors. 
      All NEW replacement serial number decals were created. Both skins use a pool of 36 100% historical serial numbers. As only 36 of these aircraft were built (in one block of 30 and a second of 6) it was a easy job. While totaly accurate in nature, the 36 numbers are not representative of individual aircraft of any unit or squadrons that used the EB-66C (other than by random happenstance). Decal randomization is TRUE.
      As with the other B-66 mods, a heavily edited cockpit designed to 'fit' within the existing canopy framing is included. Avionics have been upgraded with new jammers, chaff dispensers, and so forth. This aircraft carries =NO= offensive weapons, or defensive guns. FLY ACCORDINGLY!!! A small modification to the data ini also allows for carrying external jammer pods & chaff dispensers in place of the drop tanks.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. Please read them! See "Change Log" in the Notes section for a full-ish list of what's been, well, changed!
      Happy SAM Dodging!!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      669 downloads

         (1 review)

      3 comments

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    7. SF2 Douglas RB-66C & WB-66D Destroyer Update Pak

      Douglas RB-66C & WB-66D Destroyer Update Pak                      8/12/2019
      = For SF2, Any & All =
      This package contains 2 of Bunyap's 1stGen aircraft brought up to a more SF2-ish
      standard. Also, they seemed to be missing from the SF2 downloads, and I thought
      it was time to bring them back. They are the:
      RB-66C Destroyer (Recon & ELINT) aircraft
      WB-66D Destroyer (Weather Recon, ELINT) aircraft
      The units/skins provided herein are:
      RB-66C:
      42nd TRS, 10th TRW (USAFE)
      19th TRS, 66th TRW (USAFE)
      WB-66D: 
      9th TRS, 363rd TRW (ConUS+)
      All markings are decals, excepting the 42nd tailfin flash. All serial and buzz
      number decals (30 for the RB & 36 for the WB) are 100% historicaly correct. They
      represent the full production runs for =BOTH= aircraft. The 2 skins for the RB
      use the same pool of decals. A new Hi-Rez replacement skins were created from
      HGBN's templates. The skins are in jpg format. As with the B-66 and EB-66, a
      highly modified cockpit is supplied to 'fit' within the visible model.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are
      included. Please read them! See "change List" in Notes for what's been
      modified/changed/adjusted.
      Happy Landings!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      104 downloads

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      0 comments

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    8. Yak-15 "Feather"

      The Yakovlev Yak-15, NATO reporting name: Feather, was a first-generation
      Soviet turbojet fighter developed by the Yakovlev design bureau (OKB) im-
      mediately after World War II.
      It used a reverse-engineered German Junkers Jumo 004 engine.
      Along with the Swedish Saab 21R, it was one of only two jets to be success-
      fully converted from a piston-powered aircraft and enter production.
      280 aircraft were built in 1947.
      Although nominally a fighter, it was mainly used to qualify piston-engine-
      experienced pilots to fly jets.
       
      @ Original Pasko's model (as just edited by Wrench, Eburger and so on,
      excuse me if I don't remember all) 2012 rebuilt:
       
      - tail mapping bug fixed
      - rudder mapping main bug fixed
      - front wings upside-down mapping bug solved
      - Inner cockpit corners ouside canopy painted
       
      - Stary's cockpit fitted in place (thank You man!)
      - a better pilot seat added
      - 13 historical skins made/fixed
      - 2 original fictional camo skin revamped
      - a whole new decalset
      - new hangar & loadout pics
       
      Enjoy
      @ Paul

      647 downloads

         (3 reviews)

      0 comments

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    9. Nanchang Q-5A/E/II SF-2 Repack

      Nanchang Q-5 / Q-5E / Q-5II
       
      This work started as a simple skinpack for Wrench's SF-2 Fantan pack.
      At last it changed so much that I decided to make a whole repackage.
       
      So at last this is only a Wrench tribute due all the old birds he always polish and upgrade for us almost every day. Thank You my friend!
       
      I tried only to complete his work on the Q-5
       
      What's new:
       
      - All skins rework (new camos too)
       
      - Engine Intakes (by Cocas)
       
      - Brand new decal sets according Y.Gordon MiG-19 Aerofax bible
       
      - Canopy, Antennas & Rails mappings issues quick fixes
       
      - Loadout Images SF-2 Tga files
       
      Credits:
       
      - Wrench for SF-2 upgrade (for SF-1 original credits see his readme)
       
      - Cocas for new engine intake via fake pilot add
       
      - Guest for original North Korea skin
       
      - Paulopanz for all skins, decals, fixes etc.
       
      Install:
       
      - As usual all in main mod folder and overwrite
       
      North Korea Q-5E/II:
       
      - Copy from Q-5A the relative folder
       
      - Paste it in Q-5E/II folders
       
      Suggestions:
       
      - Use it over Quemoy island or Formosa strait
       
      - Make a new cold war Taiwan campaign, please
       
      That'all folks!
       

       
      @ paulopanz

      807 downloads

         (6 reviews)

      4 comments

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    10. SF2 OV-1A Bronco, Remod Pack

      SF2 OV-1A Bronco, Remod Pack       7/27/2019
      -For SF2, Any and All (Full Merged Reccomended)
      This is an remod of the North American OV-10A Bronco FAC and light attack aircraft, previously available. While there are still several issues (documented in "Notes"), it is in as good a shape as possible for SF2 without having someone build an entirely new LOD. If you have ANY previous versions, you are STRONGLY advised to back them up or delete them from you Mods folder(s). This includes the aircraft, decals, etc.
      There are 9 skin and decal sets in this package. Skins remain in their original bmp format. Many decals have been refreshed to remove any "ghosting" around their edges. The SF2 "date switch" =IS= active on several skins. Included are the pilot figures, the drop tank and sounds. All weapons used on the aircraft are STOCK 3W items.
      The skins included are:
      USAF:
      20th TASS Overall Gray (1969<)
      19th TASS (USAF Camo1) 
      19th TASS Euro 1 (3-tone Gray/Greens)
      USN:
      VAL-4 "Black Ponies" (1969-72 SEA)
      USMC:
      HMLA-267 (1968-71)
      VMO-2 (1968-1979)
      VMO-2 (Desert Camo)(1990<)
      VMO-6 (1968-77)
      USMC Camo1 (3-tone Gray)
      As is always reccommended, unzip to a temp folder or your desktop to give easy access to the rest of this readme for it's install instructions. Please read the notes section for more information and the change log. USAFMTL's original 2009 readme is included, in the main aircraft folder, for historical purposes.

      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       

      188 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      3 comments

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    11. Seafire FR Mk. 47 ("stand-in")

      This is a "stand-in" Seafire FR Mk. 47 modded from Thirdwire's Spitfire Mk. 24.
      The skin in is .jpg format and 512 x 512 resolution. It includes a new SPITFIRE24_PROP_SLOW.TGA
      showing 5-blade propeller instead of the stock 4-blade prop. Also included is Stary's late mark
      Spitfire cockpit.
      You will need the DLC #29 to get the late marks Spitfires before you install this mod.
      Thanks to Thirdwire for the original Spitfire 3-D model.
      Have fun!
      A. Mariani

      79 downloads

         (1 review)

      0 comments

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    12. SF2:V RB-57E Canberra "Patricia Lynn" (Remod)

      SF2 RB-57E Canberra "Patricia Lynn" (Remod)              7/25/2019
      = For SF2:V ( or Any & All SF2s, Full-5 Merged Prefered) =
      *note: this mod was started for a CA member in July, 2018. I just recently found it in my archives. Figured I might as well release it!*
      This is a complete rebuild of Anjundair's B-57E, and an update to Migbuster's RB-57E "Patricia Lynn" package for SF2:V.
      The aircraft has 3 full skin and decal sets; all serial number decals are 100% historically correct. These skins depict the 460th TRW, Det 1 at various times in their deployments to Southeast Asia:
      Natual Metal (1963)
      Night 1 (1966)
      Night 2 (1970)
      The skins use the SF2 'date switch', and marking change as needed as per the year in use. Skins remain in their bitmap format.
      The FM has been rebuild using the stock 3W B-57 as a base. The avionics have been upgraded, and you'll now have a full time LLTV set up. As there is no accurate B-57 cockpit, the F-4B is used as a stand in, due to it having scope to display the radar, TFR and LLTV (yes, we know there actually wasn't one in the front cockpit). This (gaming) aircraft remains fully combat capable, unlike the Real Life (tm) versions. See Notes for more information.
      When in game, you'll see
      RB-57E Canberra (AJ)
      on the aircraft selection dropdown window.The "AJ" credits Ajundair, even though there are no other RB-57s available.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them! If you have any earlier versions of this aircraft mod, it is =HIGHLY= suggested you delete the aircraft and decals folders, as THIS mod replaces everything. End users (tm) might also find the Notes section enlightning and informative.
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
      ***Note: Found in the Archives!!! This was done and should have been uploaded in early 2018!! But I guess  never got around to doing so for whatever reasons. As I don't use my SF2:V mods folder much, there may be other birds that have been hiding in the hangars. I'll be more careful in checking from now on!! ***

      70 downloads

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    13. SF2 F-84B Thunderjet, 49th FIS, 14th FG Pack

      SF2 F-84B Thunderjet, 49th FIS, 14th FG Pack       7/7/2019
      -For SF2, Any and All (Full Merged Reccomended)
      This is a NEW aircraft, the Republic F-84B Thunderjet, depicted as when it first became operational in 1947. It it based on (one of) RussoUK's F-84s. It represents aircraft of the 49th FS (JP), 14th FG from 1947 through 1949. The 49th was the first USAF squadron to recieve and deploy the Thunderjet into active service (along with it's sister squadrons the 37th and 48th).They served in the "day and good weather" Air Defense role of the Eastern United states from Dow AFB, Maine.
      The skin is in jpg format, and 26 serial and Buzz numbers decals were created. Decal Randomization is TRUE.  On the number list (individual aircraft serial) drop down, any serials marked with a star (*) has been positively identified as having served in the 49th. The others, while some DID serve in other squadrons of the 14th FG, they could not be identified to any of the 3 squadrons. Others, for the B model, are generic in nature. 
      A NEW late 1940s pilot figure is included, as is the "f84" jet sound. Drop tanks, WW2 era bombs, rockets, etc are NOT. You should have these already.
      On the Aircraft selection dropdown menu you'll see:
      F-84B ThunderJet (RUK)
      (This is to differentiate Russ's T-Jet from the as yet uncompleted FastCargo version; if it every gets done!). 
      As is always reccomended, unzip to a temp folder or your desktop to give easy access to the rest of this readme for it's install instructions. 

      Happy Landings!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       

      69 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    14. TU-160 Blackjack

      The Tupolev Tu-160 'White Swan'; NATO reporting name: Blackjack) is a supersonic, variable-sweep wing heavy strategic bomber designed by the Tupolev Design Bureau in the Soviet Union. It is the largest and heaviest Mach 2+ supersonic military aircraft ever built and second only to the comparable XB-70 Valkyrie in overall length.It is the largest and heaviest combat aircraft, the fastest bomber now in use and the largest and heaviest variable-sweep wing airplane ever flown.
      Entering service in 1987, the Tu-160 was the last strategic bomber designed for the Soviet Union. As of 2016, the Russian Air Force's Long Range Aviation branch has at least 16 aircraft in service. The Tu-160 active fleet has been undergoing upgrades to electronics systems since the early 2000s. The Tu-160M modernisation programme has begun with the first updated aircraft delivered in December 2014.
       
      aircraft model by Veltro2k: Apr 2014
      pilot models by The Trooper: Feb 2009
      textures and decals by Charles: June 2019
      flight model by Charles: June 2019
      destroyed model (B-1B) by Klavs81, Dels and FastCargo
      cockpit (B-1B) by Dels: Sept 2010
      Best Sim : Thirdwire

      unzip ad folders to their appropiate places...have fun
       

      THIS MODEL IS ONLY TO BE DISTRIBUTED AS FREEWARE AND IN NO OTHER CIRCUMSTANCE SHALL IT BE USED, EVEN IN PART OF ANYTHING THAT IS PAYWARE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE COMBAT ACE MODDERS AGREEMENT

      259 downloads

         (6 reviews)

      6 comments

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    15. SF2 MiG-23MF fighter- Cockpit, working Mig-23MF HUD, and aircraft

      Included is the fully working MiG-23MF 'Flogger-B', cockpit and working Mig-23MF HUD cockpit converted to SFP2.
       
      This MiG-23MF swing wing fighter saw much combat and claimed multiple kills over the years. The Mig-23/Mig-27 was the most important Soviet fighter type from the mid-to-late 1970s. It was designed to replace the famous MiG-21.
       
      The MiG-23MF was a first generation MiG-23 and was not designed for close-in maneuvering. This would come with the later second generation MiG-23ML ("L"  for lightweight).  However, the MiG-23MF was still formidable if used as a hit and run fighter.
       
      Short takeoff and landing was a major consideration in the case of a NATO vs WARSAW Pact confrontation. Also, the Mig-23 was designed to be able to be able to accept or decline combat against western fighters using hit and run tactics- maneuverability being a secondary consideration. As a result, it was designed to be faster in speed, faster accelerating and faster climbing than most western fighters...in which it mostly suceeded. It was much faster climbing than the F-4 Phantom with a reported initial climb rate of 45,000+ feet per minute.
       
      However, it reportedly had an even higher wing loading than the Phantom of about 94/lbs per sq feet at normal takeoff weight and normal wing sweep. One of the contributing results was reportedly a very poor instantaneous turn rate of 11.5 degrees per second at Mach .9 at 15,093 feet and 8.6 degrees per second at Mach .5 at 15,093 feet (Mike Spick-Illustrated Directory of Fighters). The Mig-21 reportedly had a much better maximum instantaneous turn rate of around 18.9 deg/sec. in some configurations. Although a lot of factors are involved in instantaneous turn rates, it does give a general idea.
       
      It equipped more Soviet fighter and attack regiments than any other Soviet fighter then in service in the 1970s. Over a thousand were estimated to be confronting NATO from both Soviet and WARSAW Pact nations.
       
      This is from the original Mirage Factory (although it has been modified by so many people over the years that it is basically a new aircraft).
       
      This Mig-23MF was a major production model after 1978. It could fire beyond visual range (BVR) missiles even for foreign countries and had a standard internal 23mm gun. Its radar was thought to be broadly comparable to the McDonnell Douglas F4J Phantoms' radar...formidable indeed.
       
      Mig-23s emerged victorious against maneuvering Western-trained Mirage F-1s over Africa on 27 September 1987, so the Mig-23's weapons systems could be effective.
      http://www.acig.org/...ticle_184.shtml
       
      You can download the original Mirage Factory Mig-23 SFP1 package here:
      http://forum.combata...p;showfile=5211
       
      The Mig-23MF was the first major production version and also used largely for export. It saw combat in the Middle East with Syria and reportedly had some F-4 and F-16 kills.
       
      It was a much improved export version after the previous MS version. The Warsaw pact, India, Lybia, Syria, Egypt, Cuba and others used the MF version. It fired radar-guided missiles and so was a BVR threat with its AA-7 Apex missiles.
       
      Pilot report http://www.warbirdso...87/Default.aspx
       
      This was so complicated to make work in SFP2, that I had to end up just making it one complete download. If it wasn't loading or blowing up on the runway, then the HUD was not visible, the pilot was out of his seat, the plane was invisible, or the cockpit was invisible, pieces were flying permanently along side you in flight blocking your view, you were flying sideways, and you could not pick weapons. It took pieces from endless airplanes and projects to finally make it work including parts from SFP2.
       
      To my surprise, -the jewel-, the extremely complex Mig-23MF working HUD from Starfighter in SFP1 actually started working!
       
      Directions:
       
      1) Back up your Mig-23MF folder.
       
      2) Just download the whole filefolder Mig-23MF intact into your SFP2 aircraft folder as one folder....ie into the C:\mydocuments\thirdwire\SFP2\objects\aircraft
       
      3) When asked to overwrite say yes.
       
      -Finished!
       
       
       
      MiG-23M 'Flogger-B' First production fighter
      MiG-23MF 'Flogger-B' Improved MiG-23M with a new radar and an infrared sensor pod, major production model after 1978
       
       
      For strengths, it had incredible acceleration that reportedly equalled the later F-16 and F-15s. It also had an incredible climb rate and almost unmatched speed at low altitudes.
       
      For weaknesses, it had a terribly slow turn, slow rate of roll and high angle of attack limitations and vicious stall characteristics in certain situations. Better keep it fast.
       
      Good tactics in the MF are to sneak in fast at a low altitude, shoot and then run or use your fantastic rate of climb and acceleration in a vertical fight.
      ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      FLIGHT NOTES FROM A MiG-23 PILOT: The Mig-23 had incredible strengths and incredible weaknesses.
       
      WEAKNESSES: For weaknesses, most Mig-23s never could turn or roll very well compared to its enemies and had very heavy controls. Its roll was hurt by its control system (spoilers and a diferential tail and the disconnection of spoilers at any but 16 degrees).
       
      In close combat, the earlier versions in particular were a deathtrap because unless the pilot stayed within certain tight maneuvering limits, it would often lose control and simply crash. Its cockpit visiblility was one of the worst of any fighter. Visibility is life in a dogfight.
       
      It had slushy controls in many areas of its flight regime and its nose would often hunt back and forth. Its unpredictable accelerated stall was often taking ones life into ones hands if attempted. It also had the typical Soviet disadvantage of a very short range. There are reports of its radar not working much of the time and it often not being mission ready.
       
      It is hard to use an aircraft if it is not working.
       
      Red Eagles, Steve Davies "Flying the Mig-23"
       
      http://books.google....result&resnum=4
       
      It is true that later versions had much improved handling/systems. However, I understand that maneuvering limits still existed.
       
      http://dewarbirdraci...87/Default.aspx
       
      http://www.flightglo...20-%200508.html
       
      http://www.warbirdso...87/Default.aspx
       
       
      Thanks to
       
      -The Mirage Factory for the original Mig-23 in SFP1.
      -Lindr2 , for the new external model and for armament options.
      -Armourdave and Sal for orignal SU-17 cockpit.
      -Nele for the superb flight model that shows that the Mig-23 goes straight and up like an arrow, but is a bear in the turning and rolling department and accelerated stall department.
      -column5 Previous Flight Model:
      -Pasko Pilot
      -USAFMTL, Crab_02, Sony Tuckson
      Testing, etc:
      -Starfighter2- for the incredible avionics HUD
      -Wrench- helpful hints on moving around the SFP1 cockpit gages and hints on converting aircraft to SFP2.
      TK and Thirdwire - for SFP1 and the armament and options in the SFP2 version.
       
      Not for payware in anyway. If you develop this more, please quote the authors.
       
      Enjoy!

      1,447 downloads

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      5 comments

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    16. SF2 CF-100 MK-5 [BAF]

      This package represents the CF-100 MK-5 version as used by the Belgian Air Force in Europe. It's meant for a "typical" SF-2 installation that includes the GermanyCE terrain.
      The date range is historic, from December 1957, to October 1963. Skins for the three BAF squadrons that used the type are included.
      For campaign modders, the CF-100 MK-5 [BAF] date range fits in for the 1962 Red Thunder campaign.
      The skin jpeg's are quite large but I haven't had any frame rate issues on a mediocre Dell I-3 rig. The model does use distance lods.
      To improve the high altitude performance the CF-100 MK-5 had the gun pack removed and wing tip extensions added. On the real MK-5 the gunsight was removed as well. Considering those real life limitations, and the poor hit percentage of the rockets against maneuvering fighters, the aircraft role has been limited to INTERCEPT only.
      Some adjustments have been made to the FFAR and pod so if you have the previous MK-4B [NATO] installed you should remove the previous versions and install the new ones. The sounds and ejection seat are unchanged so you can skip that part of the install.
      After the model was built we found out the MK-5 couldn't carry wing tip tanks with the wing tip extensions installed. Sundowner is too busy to do any model work so the tip tanks have been removed using an ini edit. Bomb and guided missile racks are still available for what if scenarios.
      Check the ReadMe for a bit more information.
      CREDITS:
      Sundowner: Aircraft model, cockpit model, various ini work, some skin work, research.
      1977Frenchie: Skins, decals, hangar and loading screens, research.
      Baffmeister: Flight model, some ini work, some research, package compilation and readme.
      Wilches: Beta testing and research.
      Crusader: Research
      The Canberra_2 engine sound and Mk3 ejection seat are included but not sure who made them. There is also a CF-100windsound which I might have made but don't remember for certain.
      This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement
       

      104 downloads

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    17. SF2 F-89 Scorpion Remod Pack (Ver.3)

      SF2 Northrup F-89 Scorpion Remod Pack (V.3)                         5/25/2019
      *For SF2, Any & All (Full 5 Merged Prefered)*
      This is a repackaging, and MAJOR update of the F-89 Scorpion series of 1950s USAF All-Weather Interceptors. There have been many changes to the various inis, skins/decals, weapons, and whatnots. This is to be considered to be "Version 3", and hopefully the final time the F-89 gets a revamp (unless new models magically appear). This package builds on and improves from the v2 pack dated 3/3/2016. It also replaces that mod completely.
      This package contains ALL the various marks of the Scorpion, including those later variants built from/modded of Monty's original C & D model LODs. There are several new skins, marked with the star (*) You have herein:
      F-89C:
      57th FIS, (Keflavik, Iceland)
      74th FIS, 23rd FIW (Thule AFB, Greenland)
      F-89D:
      75th FIS (Presque Isle AFB, Maine 1955)
      84th FIS (Hamilton AFB 1955-59)
      64th FIS (Alaska Air Command)
      321st FIS, (Paine AFB, WA 1954)*
      F-89H:
      321st FIS, (Paine AFB, WA 1956)*
      75th FIS (Presque Isle AFB, Maine 1957)
      F-89J (Early):
      321st FIS, (Paine AFB, WA 1958)*
      449th FIS (Ladd AFB, Alaska)
      F-89J (Late)
      59th FIS, Goose Bay Labrador (1958-60)*
      178th FIS "Happy Hooligans" ND ANG (1958-66)
      124th FIS, Iowa ANG (1962-69)*
      Several versions also have a "Generic USAF Silver" skin, complete with decals. You may notice several squadrons used the Scorpion in several of it's various incarnations. This is historically correct.
      Due to mesh/node mapping reasons, some marking remain painted on. A large number however, are decals. Serial numbers are 100% correct for the models depicted, but should be considered 'generic' as they don't represent actual aircraft with a given unit. Decal randomization is TRUE for all skins. Squadron's listed in the stock game's SquadronList.ini have their names activated via my 'fake' SqTail decal. Those will display their proper names on the Loadout Screen's Squadron Selection Window. When possible, the SF2 'date switch' has been used to turn on Air National Guard units as they became equipped with F-89s.
      On such aircraft that have operating canopies (those that use the F-89D lod), the canopy works via the Standard Manual Animation Keystroke (tm), shift/0.
      Included also are "Scorpion" specifc weapons (using the "StationSpecifieCode=" statements. Nuke explosion effects are included for the AIR-2 Genie rocket.
      As is always reccomended, unzip to a temp folder or your desktop to give easy access to the rest of this readme for it's install instructions. See "Notes" section for full change log and other  important statements. The various other readmes, from all previous versions remain wherever they were originally residing.

      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

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    18. Ilyushin IL-78 Midas

      The Il-78 tanker was developed and designed in the Ilyushin Aviation Complex in Russia. The main reason behind its development was an expansion of the transferable fuel load of an earlier version of tanker, the Il-76.
      The Il-78 has a total transferable fuel load of 85,720 kilograms (188,980 lb), which includes 28,000 kilograms (62,000 lb) from a pair of 18,230-litre (4,010 imp gal; 4,820 US gal) tanks in the freight hold. In comparison, the Il-76 has a capacity of only 10,000 kilograms (22,000 lb).
      Credits:
      Model: Veltro2k
      cockpit: Orig by DELLS or Kesselbrut ?, Mod by Wrench
      FM, Russian skins, Wrench
      IAF Skin: Paulopanz
       
       
       
      Not to be used in whole or part in anything that is payware
       

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    19. SF2 F-84F Thunderstreak by The Mirage Factory

      SF2 F-84F Thunderstreak by The Mirage Factory            5/12/2019
      = For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
      This is a rebuild for SF2 of The Mirage Factory's F-84F "Thunderstreak" (swept wing version). It goes again my grain to see such a well done aircraft, albeit originally built for SF/W0* 1st Gens, and many associated skin/decal set languish in obscurity simply due to age and the existence of one from 3rd Wire, albeit in a purchasable DLC. THIS one is free, and won't need any hoop-jumping to keep player flyable. 
      I've scavanged most of the existing skin sets, did various tweaking to make them a bit more SF2 ready. The aircraft FM has been slightly adjusted for SF2, a destroyed model attached, decals randomized, and when necessary, decals and new skins created from the revised TMF Templates by Pappychksix. The templates are included in a separate named folder in this download. For those skins with painted on national markings, my patent pending "fake insigina decal" trick was used to activate the Nation Name displayed. The same trick, with my patent pending "fake SqTail" decal, now activates any and all squadrons that are listed in the stock 3W Squadronlist.ini. Reminder: the Squadronlist ini ONLY has full units, not, for example, the various Staffels of the BLW T-streaks. 
      All new skin specific Hangar screens (SF2 style), and one of my famous "AvArt" style loading screens are included. All drop tanks, pilots, weapons and sounds needed are included (see Notes about camo tanks). The Canopy opens with the Standard Animaiton keystroke (shift/0 -shift/Zero).
      In this pack you have many skins. Most use the 'SF2 date switch' to go from Natural Metal to the End Users (TM) national camoflague finishes. Please note, some skins are in their original "as issued" bitmap format. Some have been rebuilt, or new builds, in jpg format. The skins supplied are:
      = USAF:
      78th TFS, USAFE, RAF Bentwaters
      168th FBS, Illinios Air National Guard (1961 Berlin Crisis)
      4510th CCTS, Luke AFB (called 'USAF_Silver')
      = Belgian Air Force:
      3rd Squadron (NM 1956)
      2nd Squadron (NATO Camo) -switches on in 1958
      = Netherlands KLU:
      311 Sqn, KLU (Camo) -starts 1964, when F-84Fs were recieved
      = France:
      EC 1/1 Corse (1955-1960) -folder called "AdA"; NM. see notes. 
      EC 3/1 Argone (1956 Suez and post-Suez, 1957-ish)
      = West German BLW:
      JaboG 31 2nd Sqn "Alma" (NM 1956) (new by me)
      JaboG 31 2nd Sqn "Alma" Camo
      JaboG 32 3rd Sqn Camo
      JaboG 33 3rd Sqn Camo
      JaboG 34 "Allgäu" 1st Sqn
      JaboG 35
      *Note all except II/JBG 31 NM 56 are Camo, and start in 1962. All BLW skins/decals, except where noted are from Soulfreaks GAF Thunderstreak Pack*
      = Greek Hellenic Air Force:
      348 Sqdn, HAF, NM (1958)
      346 Sqdn, HAF, SEA Camo (1971)
      *Note: in between the NM and SEA, many HAF T-streaks carried NATO 2-tone. That skin is not supplied. See Notes.*
      Also included is a 'generic natural metal' for any other skinners that wish to fiddle with new skins. As many of the NATO 2-tone camo aircraft use all decals for markings, and the template is supplied, it should be easy to create other skins as needed. Even though the header reads "Full 5 Merged", it can be used in any SF2 mods folder.
      When in game, on the aircraft selection drop down menu, you'll see:
      F-84F ThunderStreak (TMF)
      This differentiates it from the stock 3rd Wire version.
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too. Where possible, I've included the original readme for the various skin sets; the original TMF aircraft readme is in the main aircraft folder.
      On behalf of my brother Mod Mafiosos...
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      For bpao ... you are sorely missed
       
      UPDATED 5/16/2019:
      Data ini updated with Cliff7600's fuel tank fixes. If you have the aircraft already, you need not re-download the full package. Follow this url:
      and download JUST the data ini

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    20. SF2 CF-100 MK-4B NATO

      This package represents the CF-100 MK-4B version as used by the RCAF in Europe. It's meant for a "typical" SF-2 installation that includes the GermanyCE terrain.
      The date range is historic, from November 1956, to December 1962. Skins for the four RCAF squadrons that deployed to Europe are included, with a skin change to the later RCAF/Red Ensign style occuring during 1958.
      For campaign modders, the CF-100 date range just fits in for the 1956 Red Tide and 1962 Red Thunder campaigns.
      The skin jpeg's are quite large but I haven't had any frame rate issues on a mediocre Dell I-3 rig. The model does use distance lods. [yay!]
      ROCKET ISSUES:
      After much messing around the air to air rockets are best described as "adequate for now." The rocket pods are "No Jettison" because, with jettison-able pods the AI would just drop them prior to engaging any air targets. To get the pods to automatically jettison like the real CF-100, a "RemoveNodeAfterUse" statement is used but the pods disappear when the first rocket is fired.
      Much work has gone into setting up the rockets with different CEP [spread] settings as well as different engagement ranges being tested. Also much work trying to get the AI to fire a full salvo but so far unsuccessfully. They sometimes fire quite large salvos but we still haven't figured out the "Logic" that's being used by the AI when using air to air rockets. Some rocket settings are quite counter-intuitive. During early testing the AI was consistently firing the rockets below the target. Raising the RocketBoresightAngle didn't help the situation, they still fired too low. Strangely, lowering the RocketBoresightAngle made the AI raise the nose more when firing the rockets resulting in a big improvement in hit percentages.
      The AI does quite well when attacking IL-28's, less well against fighter sized attack aircraft, and very poorly against TU-16's, which are almost untouchable by the AI. The only AI kills I've seen against the TU-16 is when I maneuvered the formation into a head on attack before giving the engage air command. The results were a couple of collisions and one very lucky kill when an AI aircraft managed to fire one [that's "1"] golden rocket. When player flown it's possible to do a successful one pass attack on the TU-16. Against maneuvering fighters the AI will get only very occasional rocket hits so for CAP missions the rockets aren't included in the load out. Any improvements for the rocket behavior will be passed along through a CF-100 support thread.
      More information is included in the README.
      CREDITS:
      Sundowner: Aircraft model, cockpit model, various ini work, some skin work, research.
      1977Frenchie: Skins, decals, hangar and loading screens, research.
      Baffmeister: Flight model, some ini work, some research, package compilation and readme.
      Wilches: Beta testing and research.
      Crusader: Research
      The Canberra_2 engine sound and Mk3 ejection seat are included but not sure who made them. There is also a CF-100windsound which I might have made but don't remember for certain.
      This package is subject to the CombatAce Modders Licensing Agreement
       

      181 downloads

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    21. F-21A Lion in USMC service.

      F-21A Lion US Marines loaned version of Kfir Canard used as adversary aircraft by VMFT-401.
      This files are designed for standard Kfir C1_77. So no need for DLC F-21A.
      Basic modding skills are required to run this mod.  (copy/paste, mod folder structure etc.) 
      It is designed for and works only in SF2 series.
      To run this mod you need also access to TW lod files from SF2:I (basic model lods for aircraft and cockpit also fuel tanks)
      I've edited ini files mostly in weapon stations to separate bomb stations from IRM, FT etc. Also removed some lines of unrealistic loadouts (like inboard IRM,lgb on belly station etc.)
      Loadout file is generally empty. Only fuel tanks are assigned. Have it your way in your adversary install. 
      All skins are done by me in 2048x2048 format based on templates by ludo.m54 => http://combatace.com...ge-5-templates/
      New Bump maps. 
      All decals are made by me. You will find 13 sets of decals (for 13 aircraft) so if you will choose to play with 14 or more aircraft that above 13...will be just blank...
      I am aware that this is not 100% accurate. But this is my way to represent those 13 colourfull aircrafts. 
       
      Pilot is from F-111 pack. I belive its from Florian.  
      Copy files to proper folders. 
       
      report bugs.
      Hope you will like it.
      Enjoy
      Jarek Hereda
       
      Personally, I am using another nation in my install USMC-agr - hope none of inis in this download contains such ini lines...if so...please change it to standard nations =USMC.

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    22. Mirage F-1EQ-2

      This mod is dedicated to BPAO, nothing would have been possible without him.
      During the late 1970's, Iraq placed an order for a variant of the Mirage F1, designated as the Mirage F1EQ, which were specially modified for extended range to perform strike missions.
      Covered unit :
      79th Squadron
      Installation :
      - Copy and paste the Objects folder in your mod folder.

      Crédits :
      - Aircraft : Flying Toaster, BPAO and Centurion-1.
      - Cockpit : Brain32, Centurion-1 and Crusader.
      - Skins : Ludo.m54.
      - Decals : Ludo.m54.
      - Templates : Brain32, ACE888 and Ludo.m54.
      - Avionics and data tweaks : Crusader.
      - FM : Baffmeister.
      - Interception light : Coupi
      - Weapons : Ravenclaw_007 and Denissoliveira
      - Seat : Denissoliveira
      - Hangars et loading screens : Ludo.m54.
      A big thank to all on Combatace and C6 forums that helped us solving issues we encountered.
      Any omission in credits is totally unwanted, if I forgot somebody, let me know, I will correct this.
      This addon is and will in all cases remain freeware.
      Released under CombatAce Fair-Use terms.
      Enjoy
      The Mirage F.1 Team

      212 downloads

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    23. Canberra B(I).66

      10 refurbished B(I).6 bombers sold to India in 1957.
      During the Indo-Pakistani Wars of the 1960s and 1970s, the Canberra was used by both sides
      The entire Indian Air Force Canberra fleet was grounded and then retired following the crash of an IAF Canberra in December 2005.
      After 50 years of service, the Canberra was finally retired by the IAF on 11 May 2007.
      WHAT's IN:
      - A new plane
      - 4 new skins
      - Screens, decals, weapons
      CREDITS:
      - Tk/TW for basic Canberra mk.6
      - Ahmed Junaid Raza for SF.1 old model weapons, pit, loads
      - Ghostrider883 for references and help
      - Soulfreak for extra pylons and seat (Camberra 62)
      - Ludo for Templates
      - Yakarov79 for bump maps
      - paulopanz for skins, decals, screens, Sf-2 edits etc.
      INSTALL:
      - Exp 2 needed
      - put all in main mod folder and overwrite if needed
      NOTE:
      - recon flares work like rockets
      - a better gunpack should be needed
      Enjoy
      @paulopanz

      "pigs on the wind" 1.5
       

      90 downloads

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    24. Canberra PR.57 & PR.67

      Canberra PR.57: tropicalized PR.7 for India. 8 (1957) + 2 (1963) delivered.
      Canberra PR.67: 2 refurbished PR.7s sold to India in 1971.
      No. 106 Squadron ("Lynxes") is a squadron of the Indian Air Force.
      It was raised on 1 May 1957 with eight newly inducted PR.57 English Electric Canberras
      in the strategic photo-reconnaissance role.[3] Initially positioned at Bareilly,
      later the squadron moved to Agra.
      When the Canberras were retired in 2007, the squadron was equipped with
      Hawker Siddeley HS 748.
      One of the early commanding officers of No. 106 Squadron, Wing Commander Jaggi Nath,
      who was awarded a Maha Vir Chakra in both the 1965 and 1971 wars, said : “106 Squadron
      (with the Canberra PR.57/PR.67) was not just an Air Force asset, it was a national asset”.
      WHAT'S IN:
      - 2 planes
      - 4 skins, historical decals
      - screens, sounds, seats
      CREDITS:
      - TW/TK: plane model
      - Ghostrider883 for references and help
      - Ludo: templates
      - Yakarov79 bump maps
      - Paulopanz: skins, decals, screens, ini edits
      INSTALL:
      - all in main mod folder
      Enjoy
      @paulopanz
       

       

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    25. Canberra B(I).58

      Tropicalized B(I)8 for India. In January 1957 India placed a large order for the Canberra:
      a total of 54 B(I)58 bombers that later became 79. It was used by No. 5, 6, 16, 35 Squadrons and JBCU OCU.
      First used in combat by the IAF in 1962, the Canberra was employed during the UN campaign against the breakaway Republic of Katanga in Africa.
      During the Indo-Pakistani Wars of the 1960s and 1970s.
      The entire Indian Air Force Canberra fleet was grounded and then retired following the crash of an IAF Canberra in December 2005.
      After 50 years of service, the Canberra was finally retired by the IAF on 11 May 2007.
      WHAT'S IN:
      - a new plane
      - 11 skins, historical decals, screen
      - weapons, sounds, guns, pilot
      CREDITS:
      - BobRock: plane model
      - Soulfreak: templates
      - GhostRider883: references & help
      - paulopanz: skins, decals, screens, ini edits
      INSTALL:
      - all in main mod folder
      NOTE:
       
      Enjoy
      @paulopanz

       

      66 downloads

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