Operation Desert Storm Skin pack for C-130E/H
This set creates skins for Dels new C-130s and incorporates historical nose art for the E model,
and historical serials and unit markings for both models. Due to lack of images, no nose arts are provided
for the H models. It is intended for use in the ODS campaign, or use it on your own.
C-130E_SKE - ODS skin, several historical nose arts, new hangar and loading screens, minor ini edits
C-130H3 - ODS skin, new hangar and loading screens, minor ini edits
1st in either event
Get Dels C-130 Pack located here http://combatace.com/files/file/16427-c-130-hercules-superpack/
unzip, allow overwrites (should be minimal), go fly
go into your aircraft folder and delete the C-130E and C-130H aircraft
you may also want to go into the Decal folder to delete the C-130E and C-130H folders to save space, but it not necessary
unzip, allow overwrites (should be minimal), go fly
THE ABOVE WILL PROVIDE THE BEST RESULTS. THE AIRCRAFT IN THE CURRENT VERSION OF ODS ARE THE OLDER MODELS, THIS IMPORTS THE NEWEST MODELS INTO THE MOD
In Campaign: no edits are needed to put this aircraft into the current ODS or MOAB campaigns. However the old Herks
originally included in the install should be deleted to make it more likely for the new Herks to appear in game. That
and they are the older models with not accurate skin sets anyhow.
daddyairplanes- tga work, minor ini edits, hangar and loading screens, hours of research
dels- Euro 1 skin and the original aircraft and information
JonathanRL- technical advice pertaining to the campaign
dels, malibu43, Muesli, whiteknight06604,stratos- testing
thank you for downloading this mod and i hope you enjoy
aka Kevin Unruh
19 July 2017
By Kulbit80Vietnam era, Hi-Viz, VMGR-152 squadron skin for KC-130F by Dels.
New decals: 17 real numbers.
New specular & bump maps included.
Also new data.ini included with some changes like hide three antennas & auto deploy refuel drogue.
To install: put object folder from this pack into your mod object folder and let it overwrite.
Thanks to Dels for model and templates.
By allenjb42Israel established 103 squadron in May 1948 to serve primarily as a transport unit. The squadron was initially composed of several DC-3 and DC-5 aircraft, and added three former US Navy Catalina aircraft in 1951. The Israeli Air Force merged 103 and 69 squadrons in 1954, at which time B-17 aircraft were part of the 103 squadron.
During the Sinai Campaign of October 1956, France loaned Israel ten C-47 aircraft, and Israel also acquired three N-2501IS Noratlas aircraft in 1955. Over the next ten years, 103 squadron added additional aircraft, some of which were subsequently transferred to other squadrons. The Six Day War of 1967 provided 103 squadron with another opportunity to act in its air support role, although one Noratlas aircraft was lost.
The squadron continued its air support operations during the Yom Kippur War, and it had received eight Hercules C-130H aircraft by 1976.
The first C-130J-30 entered service in the IAF on the 9th of April, 2014 and received the nickname Shimshon, Hebrew for Samson, in recognition of it's load carrying capacity and also as a counterpart to the English nickname Hercules.
As of 2016, Israel is said to be close to starting negotiations linked to a planned deal to boost its fleet of Lockheed Martin C-130J tactical transports, sources in the nation have indicated.
Three of the airlifters – named "Samson" in Israeli service – are already in operational use at Nevatim air base. Another two will arrive this year under with a further example to follow later. The air force previously outlined a requirement to introduce additional examples on top of those six.
Meanwhile, the operational experience gained by the service in operating the new-generation Hercules since April 2014 will lead to an increase in the number of Israeli-developed systems integrated with its fleet. Most of the enhancements – designed to support the needs of the Israeli Defence Forces' depth command – are incorporated at Lockheed's Marietta final assembly site in Georgia, while other equipment is added in Israel.
Israeli Air Force 103 'Elephants' Squadron skin for Dels C-130J-30
Repaint of Dark Grey RAAF skin that came with the C-130J-30 mod
Just drop the contents of the file(Objects folder) to your mod folder and let it overwrite existing files.
With grateful thanks to:
Dels: C-130J-30 model and skin
Yakarov79: 103 Sqdn badge decals
Wrench: Serial number decals
TK: A great game
CA: A great website, community and home to SF2
Allen "allenjb42" Burton
By NgrIt's skin of C-130E of Polish Air Forces
simply drop it in game mod folder
If you want use this skin you must have C-130E for SF2
you can download it there
This is a mod of Dels's C-130H for the Japanese Air Self Defense Force's 401st Tactical Airlift Squadron, based in Komaki AB, Nagoya. Authentic squadron markings and serial numbers for each aircraft are included.
C-130H model, cockpit, textures, and templates by Dels
JASDF skin, decals, and hangar/loading screens by Nengajyou Aki
Pilots modified from Geo's WWII Pacific Navy/Marine pilots
C-130J-30 Hercules Indian Air Force Skin
Indian Air Force No. 77 Sqdn skin for Dels C-130J-30 (http://combatace.com/files/file/10250-c-130j-30-version-20-for-sf2/)
Repaint of Grey RAAF skin that came with the C-130J-30 mod.
You need to have Dels C-130J-30 model.
Just drop the contents of the file(Objects folder) to C:\Users\<XXX>\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 and let it overwrite existing files.
Dels : for the C-130J-30 model and skin
Indo-Pak mod team: for the excellent Indo-Pak mod.
Sandesh "ghostrider883" Kanchan
July 12, 2012