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    1. SF2 Vichy French Air Force, Tiger Moth Skin UPgrade

      SF2 Vichy French Air Force, Tiger Moth Skin UPgrade    2/25/2020
       -- Something for Fun --
      = For SF2 Any and All=
      A small upgrade for LloydNB's Vichy French Tigermoth, as used in Indochina in the early 1940s. It is, obviously, for use on RussoUK's DH Tigermoth. The aircraft itself is available at the following URL:
      https://combatace.com/files/file/14081-sf2-ww2-dh-tigermoth-by-russouk/
      This is a very simple mod; just a quickie repaint to remove the original painted on fuselage number, and the addition of 18 "plane-in-squad" numbers. No historical accuracy is claimed, as I've only found one image of the aircraft, and it had the number 5 on it.
      As said above, something just for fun!
      Enjoy!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
      -with thanks to LloydNB for the original skin!!-

      28 downloads

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    2. Mercenary Sand Skin for Spitfire 22 (fictional)

      Mercenary Sand Skin for Spitfire 22 (fictional)
      by Gerwin 24-04-2019
       
      DESCRIPTION:
      Made for the 'DLC' Spitfire 22 model. For use by the nation of Paran.
      This skin is part of a Skin set, all in the same style, by the same author.
      This work is based on existing skins.
      INSTALLATION:
      Copy the included folder with contents to the folder that contains
      the Spitfire 22 files, for example:
      My Documents\ThirdWire\Strike Fighters 2 Israel\Objects\Aircraft\Spitfire22
      When in the game select the skin in the loadout screen.
      THANKS TO:
      Third Wire for the Strike Fighters Based Games,
       
       

      22 downloads

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    3. RCAF Lancaster 1962 scheme

      In this little package you will find :
      - Redraw of the panel lines and rivets.
      - New RCAF skin to depict the RCAF Lancaster used (but no model modification so bird is still armed :))
      - Same RAF CAMO, but ''like new'' paint
      Just copy/paste and overwrite when prompted.
      Original Credits :
      3D Model (Veltro2k)
      Textures and FM (Charles)
      Cockpit (Kesselbrut)
      Best Sim : Thirdwire
      Me : New RCAF Skin
      Happy flights!

      46 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    4. D-Day Spitfires

      Hello!
      Here's a set of skins for Thirdwire's Spitfires LF Mk. IX's for D-Day campaigns. National markings and D-Day ID bands are painted-on.
      You'll need Strike Fighters 2 Expansion Pack 1 for the Spitfires.
      Just drop in the aircraft folders and fly!
      Thanks to Thirdwire for the 3D models.
      A. Mariani

      80 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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    5. Hawker Sea Fury skin pack

      This is Skin pack for A-Team model.

      73 downloads

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    6. 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

      98 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    7. 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

      51 downloads

         (2 reviews)

      1 comment

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    8. 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

      64 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    9. 307th Night Polish squadron Eagle Owl of Lwow

      Boulton & Paul P.82 Defiant skin of 307th RAF squadron consisting of Polish pilots.

      59 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    10. Spitfire PR.MkXI, RAF, 1943-45

      Spitfire PR.MkXI, RAF, 1943-45
       
      The unarmed MkXI photographic reconnaissance Spitfire came into service in early 1943, and was basically a modified MkIX airframe with a MkVIII retractable tailwheel and fittings for three cameras. Further modifications included leading edge fuel tanks and a larger oil tank in an enlarged chin fitted below the Rolls-Royce Merlin 61, 63, 63A or 70 engine. Early aircraft kept the original rounded rudder, while the second production batch had the later pointed type.
       
      The serial numbers included in this pack correspond to early production MkXI aircraft with the rounded rudder, all built during late 1942 or early 1943. As such, they can be used for missions dating from February 1943 until the end of the War. As PR Spitfires did not carry squadron codes, any PRU/PR Squadron may be represented.
       
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.

      133 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      2 comments

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    11. Spitfire MkVb, No.401 Sqn RAF, 1942

      Spitfire MkVb, No.401 (Canadian) Sqn RAF, Gravesend, May 1942
       
      Originally No.1 Sqn RCAF, the squadron became operational on Hurricane at Northolt in August 1940 after a period of in-theatre training. After the Battle of Britain, in which it was reasonably successful, it was moved to Prestwick in Scotland. Shortly after returning to the South to Digby in February 1941, it was renumbered to No.401 to avoid confusion with No.1 Sqn RAF. Spitfire MkIIs replaced the Hurricanes in September 1941, and were themselves replaced by MkVbs before the end of 1941. These aircraft remained until their replacement, in turn, with the new MkIX in the course of the late summer of 1942, making 401 one of the first squadrons to operate the MkIX. In October 1941, 401 had moved from Digby to Biggin Hill, carrying out offensive sweeps over Northern France.
       
      Serial numbers in this pack correspond to MkVb aircraft used by 401 Squadron during 1942, although many of these aircraft were on strength only for some days, for obvious reasons. Where a pilot has been identified as having flown a particular aircraft (The Royal Air Force did not attribute aircraft to particular pilots, although many did tend to have their favourites) that pilot has been listed in the menu. Aircraft of note are Pilot Officer Don Blakeslee's BL753 'H' and Pilot Officer Don Morrison's BM373 'F'. Aircraft appearing in the menu without an asterisk carry the correct individual letter for that aircraft.
       
      This Ocean Grey/Dark Green/Medium Sea Grey Day Fighter Scheme was introduced wef August 1941, although its implementation lasted up until at least the end of 1941. This original shade of Ocean grey, not to be confused with the shade standardised in mid-1942, was ordered to be mixed from seven parts Medium Sea Grey to one part Night and applied on-squadron. In practice, while it could vary wildly, it was generally darker than the later, factory-produced shade, and lacked the blueish hue. It is typical of the period running from late 1941 until the autumn or even winter of 1942.
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.
       
      Includes 2048 and 1024 size skin sheets.
       
      Credits:
      Model by Third Wire
      Flight Dynamics by ShrikeHawk based on TW Spitfire MkIXc
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, data.ini modifications, formations, sounds and assembly by ndicki
      Guns by AvHistory

      203 downloads

         (1 review)

      1 comment

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    12. Spitfire LF.MkVIIIc, SEAC

      Spitfire LF.MkVIIIc, No.607 Sqn RAF, 1944-45
       
      No.607 (County of Durham) Sqn began flying on the Spitfire MkVIII in March 1944.
       
      The serial numbers included all correspond to LF.MkVIIIc aircraft built in late 1943 to early 1944 and shipped out to India.
       
      Credits:
      Model and flight dynamics by Third Wire
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      Decals, placement and data.ini modifications by ndicki
       
      The canopy is activated by toggling "shift 0" - RAF procedures dictated that the canopy should be open and locked back during take-off and landing.
      As the MkVIII had a retractable tail-wheel, I have removed the MkIX-type fixed tail-wheel.
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.

      198 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    13. Spitfire MkIXc D-Day

      Spitfire MkIXc, No.312 (Czech) Squadron RAF, June-July 1944
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.
       
      Credits:
      Model and flight dynamics by Third Wire
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      DEcals and placement by ndicki

      248 downloads

         (1 review)

      1 comment

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    14. Spitfire LF.MkXVIe, RAF

      Spitfire MkXVIe, RAF 1944-45
       
      These will add an RAF-specific MkXVIe version of the Spitfire LF MkIXe included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes serial numbers for LF.XVIe aircraft, squadron and individual codes and correct RAF markings for the later part of WW2. The only difference between MkIX and MkXVI aircraft was that the MkXVI substituted a Packard-built Merlin for the original Rolls Royce. HF, F and LF variants were parallel.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      248 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      1 comment

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    15. Spitfire MkIXe RAF North West Europe

      Spitfire MkIXe RAF North West Europe mod.
       
      These will add an RAF-specific Day Fighter Scheme version of the Spitfire LF MkIXe included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes serial numbers for late-build LF.IX aircraft, squadron and individual codes and correct RAF markings for the later part of WW2.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      260 downloads

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      0 comments

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    16. Spitfire MkIXe RAF Middle East Forces

      Spitfire MkIXe RAF Desert Air Force mod.
       
      These will add an RAF-specific Desert Land Scheme version of the Spitfire LF MkIXe included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes serial numbers for late-build LF.IX aircraft, squadron and individual codes and correct RAF markings for the later part of WW2.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      202 downloads

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      0 comments

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    17. Spitfire MkIXe Royal Danish Air Force

      Spitfire MkIXe Royal Danish Air Force, 1945-1955
       
      This will add an RDAF-specific version of the Spitfire LF MkIXe included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes correct serial numbers for all airworthy RDAF MkIXe aircraft.
       
      Unfortunately, the LF.IX is not correct for the RDAF, as all MkIX aircraft in service with the RDAF were HF.MkIXs. I can not correct this myself, but if somebody else could, it would be a useful addition. The visual model is in any case identical. Danish Spitfires had rounded or clipped wingtips indifferently, and as these were interchangeable, a photograph of any particular aircraft will only show the configuration of that aircraft on that day. The "LF," "F" or "HF" designation concerns only the engine variant, not the wingtips, canopy type or armament fit.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      116 downloads

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      0 comments

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    18. Spitfire F.MkIXc, early production, MEF

      Spitfire F.MkIXc, early production, Middle East Forces, late 1942 onwards.
       
      These will add an RAF-specific MkIXc version of the Spitfire included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes serial numbers for early production F.MkIXc ("MkIXA") aircraft, squadron and individual codes and correct RAF markings for the period.
       
      A large number of early MkIX aircraft were conversions from MkV airframes; if you look up the serials of these aircraft, they will fall in blocks attributed to MkVs. All the aircraft represented in this pack were either converted to MkIX standard, or in the earliest MkIX production blocks.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      153 downloads

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    19. Spitfire F.MkIXc, South African Air Force

      Spitfire MkIXc, No.4 Sqn, SAAF
       
      These will add a SAAF-specific MkIXc version of the Spitfire included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes serial numbers for early production F.MkIXc ("MkIXA") aircraft, squadron and individual codes and correct SAAF markings for the period.
       
      A large number of early MkIX aircraft were conversions from MkV airframes; if you look up the serials of these aircraft, they will fall in blocks attributed to MkVs. All the aircraft represented in this pack were either converted to MkIX standard, or in the earliest MkIX production blocks.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      127 downloads

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    20. Spitfire MkIXc, 31st FG USAAF, Tunisia

      Spitfire F.MkIXc, early production, USAAF 309th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Group, Tunisia, May 1943.
       
      These will add a USAAF-specific MkIXc version of the Spitfire included in the SF2 Israel Expansion Pack. Includes squadron and individual codes and correct USAAF markings for the period.
       
      31st FG originally flew Spitfire MkIXc aircraft; these were later replaced with the MkVIIIc, before the Group was finally equipped with P-51B/C Mustangs in mid-1944.
       
      This will run only in SF2I or a merged install including SF2I and the SF2I Expansion Pack.

      176 downloads

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      0 comments

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    21. SF2 WW2 ETO Spitfire 9e, 401 Squadron Skin Pak

      SF2 WW2 ETO Spitfire 9e, 401 Squadron Skin Pak
       
      -- Something for the WW2 ETO players --
       
      = For SF2 ONLY, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =
      **SF2:E Expansion Pak 2 REQUIRED to have the Spitfire 9c**
       
      A reskinning of the stock 3W Spit 9e to 401 "City of Westmount" Squadron, RCAF during WW2 in Western Europe.
      Skins remain in their 'lorez' 512 size, and are still in bmp format. Decal randomization is set to TRUE. All marking on the aircraft, excepting the Sky fuselage band are decals. This will make it exceptionally easy for skinners to create other RAF squadrons of this time period.
       
      Included are modified data and loadout inis. See 'changes' in the Notes section for full listing. And, for you viewing pleasure, a brand NEW SF2-style Hangar screen. The assumption (oh! that word!!) is being made that you've already made the aircraft player flyable, so no cockpit bits are included. Neither is my "One Click Restore Main Ini" (patent pending).
       
      The canopy has been activated via the Standard Animation Keystroke ™, Shift/0
      No weapons or pilot figures are included; you should have them already.
       
      As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too.
       
      These 2 Mk.IX skin sets should give the recently (re)relased FWs something to contend with!
       
      Happy Landings!!
      wrench
      kevin stein

      103 downloads

         (1 review)

      0 comments

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    22. Spitfire MkIXc, No.303 (Kosciuszko Polish) Sqn RAF

      Spitfire MkIXc, No.303 (Kosciuszko Polish) Sqn RAF, 1943-44
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.
       
      Credits:
       
      Model and flight dynamics by Third Wire
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      DEcals and placement by ndicki

      232 downloads

         (0 reviews)

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    23. Seafire MkIII, Irish Air Corps

      Seafire MkIII (Modified), No.1 Sqn, Irish Air Corps, 1947 - 1955
       
      The Irish Air Corps bought 12 Seafires in 1947; these were denavalised by removing the 'hook' and at least in most cases, locking the wing-fold joints. They were numbered from 146 to 157. There is still considerable debate among the Irish aviation historians as to the precise colour used; they were clearly painted overall with a greenish-grey shade, possibly MAP Light Slate Grey. No detailled information is available. I have simply used one of the stock TW skins, slightly modified, although it is not single colour as it should be.
       
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.
       
       
      Credits:
      Model and flight dynamics by Third Wire
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      DEcals and placement by ndicki

      90 downloads

         (0 reviews)

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    24. Spitfire MkIa, No. 19 Sqn RAF, September 1940

      Spitfire MkIa, No.19 Sqn RAF, Fowlmere, September 1940
       
      No.19 Squadron was the first RAF unit to be equipped with the Spitfire, which entered service in August 1938. The squadron was based at the time at Duxford in Cambridgeshire, now famous for its Warbirds. By September 1940, the squadron had been reissued with 8-gun MkIa aircraft after a month-long rather unsuccessful operational trial of the 20mm cannon-armed MkIb.
       
      Squadron Leader Brian 'Sandy' Lane led 19 Squadron during the later part of the Battle, flying P9386 'K', recognisable by its yellow ex-OTU spinner. Other noteworthy members include Flt Sgt George 'Grumpy' Unwin, one of the original members of the squadron at the time the Spitfire entered service (X4179 'H'); Sgt Bernard Jennings flying X4474 'I' and Flight Lt Walter 'Farmer' Lawson with X4170.
       
      Serial numbers in this pack correspond to aircraft used by 19 Squadron during September 1940, although many of these aircraft were on strength only for some days, for obvious reasons. Where possible, I have tried to ensure that the individual letter and serial number correspond to reality.
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.
       
      Includes 2048 and 1024 size skin sheets.
       
      Credits:
      Model by Third Wire
      Flight Dynamics by ShrikeHawk based on TW Spitfire MkIXc
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, data.ini modifications, formations, sounds and assembly by ndicki
      Guns by AvHistory

      230 downloads

         (5 reviews)

      0 comments

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    25. Spitfire MkIa, No.610 Sqn RAF, August 1940

      Spitfire MkIa, No.610 (County of Chester) Sqn, Auxiliary Air Force, Biggin Hill, August 1940
       
      No.610 Squadron received its Spitfires during late September and early October 1939, and moved to Biggin Hill on 8th July 1940 in time for the Battle of Britain. The Squadron stayed at Biggin until the very end of August, and bore the full brunt of the German offensive. By the end of August, it was utterly played out, and moved up to Acklington in Northumberland on 31st August.
       
      Serial numbers in this pack correspond to aircraft used by 610 Squadron during September 1940, although many of these aircraft were on strength only for some days, for obvious reasons. The individual letters and serial numbers of each aircraft correspond. Equally, where a pilot has been identified as having flown a particular aircraft (The Royal Air Force did not attribute aircraft to particular pilots, although many did tend to have their favourites) that pilot has been listed in the menu.
       
      The list is eloquent. Only two of the pilots listed survived unharmed. They majority of these men were under 25 years of age at the time of their deaths, and they made the ultimate sacrifice to ensure our freedom and independence today.
       
      This assumes that you have already installed the AvHistory Guns for SF2 and my 19 Squadron Spitfire MkI.
       
      Credits:
      Model by Third Wire
      Flight Dynamics by ShrikeHawk based on TW Spitfire MkIXc
      Cockpit by Kesselbrut
      Skin, decals, data.ini modifications, formations, sounds and assembly by ndicki
      Guns by AvHistory
       
      For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.

      157 downloads

         (0 reviews)

      0 comments

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