SF2 WW2 Fi-156 Storch RHAF
Royal Hellenic Air Force ( Greece)
For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred)
This is a skin for the Fi-156 Storch for sf 2
The skin is for the Fi-156 Storch in the end of the wwii in Royal Hellenic Air Force ( Greece).
One airplane was delivered by the British in 1946, probably captured during the retreat of the Germans
It brought the name “?a?da??? (Daedalus)» on the engine cover.
Limited data exist on its use by the Hellenic Air Force.
Only 1 plane from 1946-.......until ...???
Skin grey with num NK986 AND A NAME DAIDALUS ???????S.
I reccomend, unzip the "sf2_fi156_pak.zip" to a temp folder or your desktop
or somewhere else that's easy to find
Then, simply, copy/paste the Objects folder supplied directly =OVER= your existing /Objects folder.
Copy/Paste the supplied Sounds folder directly OVER your existing /Sounds folder
You'll probably be asked "OVERWRITE?", just say Yes.
I've already seperated out the various folders (Aircraft, Decals, etc), so they'll drop right where
they're supposed to be.
They will go a an extra skin folder in the WW2 Fi-156 Storch if you have it.
Also i include a file with A Pilot in Blue ....RHAF.....
Raven for the aircraft
This is freeware; it CAN be distrubuted if the original readmes and all other
pieces of the package remain intact.
The names of all contributors, modders, suppliers, etc =MUST= be listed in
any new readmes.
This package may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware additions.
By LloydNBHurricane Mk1 - Belgium 1940
This skin is for Ravens' Hurricane Mk1. Not much has been changed from the original template so most of the credit for this skin must go tho him.
In an attempt to modernise their fighter force the Belgians ordered 20 Hurricanes and obtained a licence to build a further 80 of which only one (H42) was delivered to the air force.
It seems only 11 Hurricanes were serviceable at the outbreak of hostilities. These were all based at Schaffen as part of 2/I/2 Ae (No. 2 Squadron of No. 1 Group of No. 2 Air Regiment). 8 Hurricanes were lost at Schaffen to the Luftwaffe attack on 10 May 1940.