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    1. "What If..." Vampire F Mk.III

      For the "What If..." world of SWOTL2 WW2:1946
      Mod of Pasko's Vampire FB 5 into an earlier F.3 version, had an improved version been rushed into production. A semi-complete aircraft mod, it contains nearly everything needed to fly.
      NOTE: there are NO lod files in this package -- you will be transfering them from the Vamp 5. I do not feel it is correct to include the aircraft model.
      This package contains all the inis, skin, decals and a new cockpit based off of Kesselbrut's Spitfire. Several of the gauges have been relabeled for jet usage. While not 100% accurate, it is a 'closest, best fit' for the bird. New damage tgas are also included.
       
      PLEASE READ THE ENCLOSED README FOR FULL, DETAILED INSTALL INSTRUCTIONS!!! You also must have the latest WepPak installed for the WW2 era weapons.
       
      With thanks to all involved!
       
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      560 downloads

         (1 review)

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    2. "What If.." Fw-190AT (KM)

      Focke Wulf Fw-190AT, Carrier-Based "What If..." for SF, WoV & WoE WW2 Installs:
       
      This is a semi-complete aircraft mod based on Wolf257's FW-190A, converting it into a 'What If" version hypothetically used by the Kriegs Marine on it's aircraft carriers.
       
      I say 'semi-complete', because as per Wolf's wishes, the aircraft lod is NOT included. You'll have to copy it over from one of the other FWs.
       
      This skin has new, redrawn panel and rivet lines -- to which I claim NO historical accuracy! I don't know enough about the Luftwaffe (or especially in the un-real Kreigs Marine version) markings and such; so accept them for what they are, just eye candy.
      You also get new Luftwaffe-style outlined aircraft number decals (by me!), and a nice KM nose badge decal as well.
       
      The camo pattern is pretty much standard RLM colors, splinter type. The other markings are all from my rather vivid imagination; as these aircraft never existed (and could probably NEVER be made into a fully navalized version), I ask that you all accept this is the spirt it engenders ... pure fun and a little exploration in the "What If..." realms of the Second World War.
       
      PLEASE read the read me for further, detailed instructions. There's also a "Fictional Historical Notes" section that might be fun to read!
       
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      372 downloads

         (2 reviews)

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    3. 190F CORRECTIF

      1. This is a mod of Wolf257's original FW-190A ( FW-190A-5 ) aircraft.
       
      2. To install, drop the FW190F folder in your Objects/Aircraft folder
       
      3. Special thanks goes to Wolf257 for allowing to mod his "Baby"

      530 downloads

         (4 reviews)

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    4. A-20A Havoc, 89th BS

      Douglas A-20A 'Havoc' mod for SF/WoV/WoE PTO WW2 Installs
       
      While working on upgrading the targets for the New Guinea map, I realized we didn't have any of the very early model Havoc's as used by General Kinney's 5th Air Force. To that end, this little mod was developed.
       
      It represents A-20A aircraft from the 89th Bomb Squadron (Light) of the 3rd Attack Group, based at Port Moresby in mid-1942. I've tried to match, with what few photos are available, the serial numbers and nose arts. The first 7 serials =are= actual aircraft that served in the South West Pacific theatre, and I've matched as best I can the nose arts used. With the exception of "Rebel Rocket", whose serial number I was unable to find. Altogether, you'll have serials for ~28 aircraft, which is probably more than General Kinney had working at any given time, in that early stage of the war.
       
      These aircraft, even though they still have the glass nose, have been given the 'strafer kit' of 4 fixed forward firing 50 caliber machine guns. The bomb aimer's station is not used on these aircraft; the windows have been painted over. The 2 cheek guns have been removed; I've found no data indicating they were used.
       
      There are 2 ways I've designed for this to be used
       
      1) Just use it as another skin for the A-20C/Boston III. or,
      this is the best way, and how I built it...
      2) Create a new aircraft for USAAF usage. All parts (inis, skin, etc), excepting the aircraft LODs and cockpit folder are supplied for you to do this. A new gunsight tga has also been supplied for use. There's even a new hangar screen, too.
       
       
      = =You MUST have the latest Weapons Pak to get the WW2 Weapons and Guns!! ==
       
      PLEASE read the enclosed readme for detailed, step-by-step instructions for both choices...I didn't write it for my health, I wrote it make YOUR lives easier... There's also the usual comments from "General Notes", plus a list of sources and Thank Yous
       
      Happy Hunting!
      Wrench
      kevin stein

      971 downloads

         (2 reviews)

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    5. A6M2 Sen Baku

      A6M2 Sen Baku in the Battle of the Philippine Sea
       
       
      Ryan Toews from j-aircraft.com
       
       
      The fighter-bomber version of the A6M2 is probably the least documented Zero variant. This article is an attempt to shed some light on some of the distinguishing details of this plane.
       
      First, allow me to offer a few a words on the proper nomenclature. Most published sources call this Zero a “Bakusen”. However, in the last year Manabu Kawasaki wrote a new study entitled A New View of the Battle of Philippine Sea. This book points out that the official records term the Zero fighter-bomber the Sen Baku; this is also supported by the memories of a number of pilots. My thanks to Kenji Miyazaki for drawing this to my attention.
       
      The A6M2 Sen Baku was introduced in early 1944. The D3A Val carrier-borne dive-bomber was recognized as becoming increasingly inadequate for front line use and the replacement IJN dive-bomber, the D4Y Judy, needed a longer take-off roll than could be accommodated on the light carriers comprising part of the First Mobile Fleet. Accordingly, a number of A6M2s were modified to carry a 250 kg bomb by replacing the drop tank so as to fit a centre-line bomb rack. These modified Zeros lacked dive brakes and bomb-throwing racks and so were restricted to less effective shallower bomb approaches, but it was thought that the flight decks of the American carriers could be damaged enough to render them incapable of aerial operations.
       
      Concurrent with the introduction of the A6M2 Sen Baku was the rebuilding of the Japanese carrier force. Training for both the 601 Kokutai only began in February of 1944 and 652 Ku and 653 Ku began training a month later. Very likely then the Zero Sen Baku only began arriving from the factory sometime in the period from February to April.
       
      Mitsubishi had stopped producing the A6M2 in mid-1942, so it can be safely assumed that all of the A6M2 Sen Bakus were built by Nakajima. Gakken 33 gives Nakajima’s monthly production numbers for both the A6M2 and the A6M5. Production of the latter was well underway in March 1944 and it was in full production by April. Yet production of the A6M2 only shut down gradually, with 111 aircraft still being built in April and May 1944. It may very well be that this drawn out production of the A6M2 during the time the A6M5 was being turned out in strength was due to the need for additional Sen Baku variants of the Zero. As will be explained below, the Zero fighter-bombers were not a simple conversion and were much more likely to have been given their necessary modifications on the assembly line.
       
      The A6M2 Sen Baku also appears to have been the first Zero to make use of two wing drop-tanks. On page 82 of Aero Detail 7 is a small notation which states that a number of A6M5bs were modified to carry both a centre-line bomb load as well as wing tanks. This was done to maintain the same range performance as regularly equipped Zeros. A photo on pages 20-21 of the recently published Japanese Naval Air Force in Action shows several carrier-borne A6M2s equipped with wing mounted drop-tanks. (Image 1) The tail codes visible on several other aircraft in the foreground help identify the image as having been taken some time before the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Using the evidence from this photo, it can be argued that the bomb carrying A6M2s used during the Battle of the Philippine Sea were also equipped with wing drop-tanks. Further substantiation for this can be found in looking at the battle itself. The Japanese strategy was to use the advantage of their planes’ longer range to be able to attack before the Americans were within range themselves. And to maintain this longer range the A6M2 had to be able to use the additional fuel available in external drop-tanks.
       
       
      A6M2 Sen Baku Markings
       
      Information on markings for the Battle of the Philippine Sea Sen Bakus is likewise very sparse, being limited to only one such aircraft. The picture below is form the USMC collection at NARA. It is identified as being taken on Guam in July of 1944. According to Jim Lansdale a second photo in the same series appears to show the same plane in the background of the image with the code of “323“ visible on the tail (Image 12)
       
      It is assumed here that the “2” in the “247” part of the tail code identified the role of plane “47” as a bomber instead of a fighter, continuing a practice used previously by IJN carrier units. The tail code prefix of “323” serves to further identify the plane as belonging to the 3rd Carrier (Ryuho) of the 2nd Carrier Division. All of the aircraft of the 2nd Carrier Division were administratively assigned to the 652 Kokutai.
       
      According to Hata and Izawa as well as Tillman the 652 Ku launched either 25 or 26 of its full complement of 26 A6M2 fighter-bombers as part of the second Japanese air strike on the 19th of July. This force came in from the north and had minimal contact with American forces. In spite of this, 4 A6M2 fighter-bombers were lost. It seems safe to assume that any of these 4 planes might have crashed on Guam.
       
      From all of the above it may be possible to reconstruct the appearance of at least one of the rather elusive A6M2 Sen Baku that took such heavy losses in the Battle of the Philippine Sea. Bearing the tail code of “323-247” it was equipped with two wing mounted drop tanks as well as a flush-mounted bomb rack to carry a 250 Kg bomb.
       
      Over the past months Dave Douglas has been allowing me to berate him with endless suggestions concerning his outstanding series of Zero profiles. He has been kind enough to take my contradictory notes and comments and create a profile of the Sen Baku which has been described above. (Image 13) Dave has also provided a drawing of the bomb rack used on the A6M2 Sen Baku. This illustration also provides a better look at the Type 99 #25 Model 1 Ordinary bomb and its markings. The bomb’s markings are of the earlier war pattern which were continued up to July 1944. (Image 14)
       
       
       
       
      A6M2 Sen Baku Package: for SF/WoV/WoE WW2, PTO installs
       
      This little modification creates a new aircraft based off ArmorDave's A6M5 "Zeke" IJN fighter and Wrench work. Included in this package are the skins, inis, and some various small and sundry bits. The aircraft LOD and cockpit folders are NOT included - you 'll be transfering them over from the stock A6M5. Therefore, it is NOT a complete aircraft package.
       
      = You MUST have the latest Weapons Pak installed for the WW2 Weapons!!! =
       
      Obviously, you must have AD's Zero's installed to use the package....
       
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      Install instructions:
       
      Unzip, as I always reccomend, the "A6M2 Sen Baku.zip" to a temp folder somewhere that easy to find.
       
      Create a new folder, "A6M2 Sen Baku" in your game's main /Aircraft folder.
       
      Copy/paste all the new items; inis, skin folder, and the various and sundry bits I've supplied, into the new A6M5C folder.
       
      From the original A6M5, transfer over (copy/paste) the following items:
       
       
      A6M5.LOD
      A6M5.OUT (usefull for decaling)
       
      Cockpit folder -- the whole, entire folder :)
       
      Copy/paste the "LavEngine.wav" into your sounds folder, if you don't have it already. This is from Hinchbooke, and was (duh!) designed for the Soviet Laggs and the LA-9 and 11. It has a nice raspy radial sound.
       
      Hangar and Loading screens are included. They're my old one's for a way's back.
       
      That's pretty much it...go fly!
       
      ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
       
      --Credits/Sources:
       
      ArmourDave for creating the Zero in the first place;
      Volksjager and Lansen for the original skins;
      MoonJumper for finding the PappaRomeo EAW sight pack;
      Hinchbrooke for the LavEngine sound;
      All the other WW2 Junkies out there;
      TK for creating the open sourced marvel for use to play with
       
      Famous Airplanes of the World #55: Mitsubishi A6M, Model 11-21
      Aero Detail #7: Mitsubishi A6M Zero Fighter
      Aircam #16: Mistubish A6M Vol.1
      Osprey Aircraft of the Aces #22: Imperial Japanese Navy Aces 1937-1945
      Kagero: 3/202 Kokutai
      Mushroom YS 3: Mitsubishi A6M Zero
      Profile #236: A6M5-A6M8
      Profile Aircraft #129: Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero-sen
      Squad/Signal #1059: A6M Zero In Action
       
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      Any problems, questions, comments or other ideas can be directed to me on the CombatAce and SimHQ message boards.
       
      --------------------------------------------------------------------
      Legal BS:
      This is freeware; it CAN be distrubuted as such if permission is granted by me, AD, and the original readme and all pieces of the package remain intact.
      The Mitsubishi A6M5 remains the intellectual property of ArmourDave (and Mitsubishi Aircraft, it's heirs and/or successors)
      See the original readme documentation for further allowances and restrictions
      Any persons wishing to make further modfications of the aircraft inis, skins, cockpit, etc, MUST obtain permission from the whole of the developers/moders.
      This package may NOT in any way, shape or form be used in any payware addition without permission of myself, ArmourDave, or anyone associated with it.
      Percentages of payment are -always- open for negotiation.
       
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      553 downloads

         (1 review)

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    6. A6M5 Type 52C Zero Pak

      A6M5 Type 52C Zero Package: for SF/WoV/WoE WW2, PTO installs
       
      This little modification creates a new aircraft based off ArmorDave's A6M5 "Zeke" IJN fighter. Included in this package are the skins, inis, and some various small and sundry bits. The aircraft LOD and cockpit folders are NOT included - you 'll be transfering them over from the stock A6M5. Therefore, it is NOT a complete aircraft package.
       
      Ini mods include changing out the weapons for 12.7mm machine guns, 2 in the wings and one in the upper engine cowling deck, along with the standard 20mm cannons in the wings. No other changes to the flight model has been effected.
       
      The skin, from a new template created by me from the original Volks & Lansen skins (and using parts thereof), represents 332 Kokutai, based at Kure, Japan approx. September, 1944.
       
      I've also given you some other gunsight tgas, so you can choose between them.
       
      = You MUST have the latest Weapons Pak installed for the WW2 Weapons!!! =
       
      Obviously, you must have AD's Zero's installed to use the package....
       
      PLEASE read the enclosed readme text for full, detailed, step-by-step install instructions. Also, the usual General Notes and Commentaries section for additional information and full credits.
       
      Happy Landings!!
      Wrench
      kevin stein

      949 downloads

         (1 review)

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    7. A6M7 Type 63 Zero Pak

      A6M7 Type 63 Zero Package: for SF/WoV/WoE WW2, PTO installs
       
      This little modification creates a new aircraft based off ArmorDave's A6M5 "Zeke" IJN fighter. Included in this package are the skins, inis, and some various small and sundry bits. The aircraft LOD and cockpit folders are NOT included - you 'll be transfering them over from the stock A6M5. Therefore, it is NOT a complete aircraft package.
       
      Ini mods include changing out the weapons for 12.7mm machine guns, 2 in the wings and one in the upper engine cowling deck, along with the standard 20mm cannons in the wings. No other changes to the flight model has been effected.
       
      The skin, from a new template created by me from the original Volks & Lansen skins (and using parts thereof), represents 210 Kokutai, based in Japan, sometime in 1945. You'll have serial numbers for 18 aircraft, and one 'end of the line' filler.
       
      I've also given you some other gunsight tgas, so you can choose between them.
       
      You will also be using the Weapons Editor to add 2 new IJNAF rockets, based on existing one. No lods are included, or needed, as such.
       
      = You MUST have the latest Weapons Pak installed for the WW2 Weapons!!! =
       
      Obviously, you must have AD's Zero's installed to use the package....
       
      I had originally started this, but got an 85% complete mod from christian59 (who's real name I don't know), so he gets a substantial portion of the credit for this mod ... I just cleaned up the inis a little, and did the skin and decals.
      His work also includes a new, more faded bmp for the 52 gallon drop tank, and the aforementioned rockets.
       
      PLEASE read the enclose readme for more, detailed install instructions!!!
       
      Happy Hunting!
      Wrench
      kevin Stein

      1,056 downloads

         (2 reviews)

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    8. AAF F6A Mustang

      Another Mod of Wolf's P-51A Mustang
      Filling a request for the 4 20mm gunned version of the original P-51.
      As we lack the correct extended and shrouded gun barrels, this is done via ini mods.
       
      New skin and decals represent 111th TRS in the MTO circa late 43/early 44.
       
      This is a full package, EXCEPTING the aircraft LOD file. You MUST transfer the lod from your P-51A. All other files are included, and to make up for the missing LOD, I've given you BOTH new hangar and loading screens!
       
      Please read the enclosed readme for full, detailed instructions and notes.
       
      With thanks to Wolf for creating the Mustangs; and all involved in expanding our WW2 experience
       
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      722 downloads

         (2 reviews)

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    9. Aichi D3A1 Val

      by Starfighter-FM, Gramps Skins, and Pasko-the rest.
      Special thanks to Armourdave for using his A6M5 cockpit.

      1,973 downloads

         (1 review)

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    10. At-6D Texan Addon

      The AT-6D Texan is now available for download. This model was used by the Mosquito FACs early during the Korean War.
       
      I don't have many references for this aircraft so I only included a generic skin. Templates are available for download if you wish to give it better markings.

      1,218 downloads

         (1 review)

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    11. AvHistory A6M5c Beta

      This is the A6M5c with AvHistory beta FM
       
      Any feedback should be directed here please http://avhistory.org/communityserver/forums/39.aspx
       
      Thanks to Gregoryp at AvHistory

      253 downloads

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    12. AvHistory P-47M Beta

      This is the P-47M with AvHistory beta FM
       
      Any feedback should be directed here please http://avhistory.org/communityserver/forums/39.aspx
       
      Thanks to Gregoryp at AvHistory

      340 downloads

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    13. AvHistory P-51D Beta

      This is Wolfs257 P-51D with the beta FM from AvHistory.
       
      Any feedback should be directed here Please http://avhistory.org/communityserver/forums/39.aspx
       
      Thanks to Wolf257 and Gregoryp at AvHistory.

      507 downloads

         (1 review)

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    14. Avia B-534 IV

      Czechoslovak biplane from late 30s
      This release contains beta cockpit only
      gun and weapons included, for instalation check knowledge base here at combatace
      This plane is compatible with Oct2008 patch and hard settings
      Enjoy
      MontyCZ

      459 downloads

         (4 reviews)

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    15. Avia B-534 IV winter version

      Czechoslovak biplane fighter from 1935-39 in winter version.
      Skids modeling has some limitations due to game engine properties.
      Weps and guns are included, use the proper tools to instal it
      Enjoy
      MontyCZ

      335 downloads

         (3 reviews)

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    16. Avia S-199 by ID(io)T team

      Avia S-199 for SFP1,WOX oct.08 patch by ID(io)T team
       
       
      Historical note-(from Wikipedia)
      Avia Company ,a branch of the enormous Škoda Works in Czechoslovakia built numerous Messhershmitt Bf-109G’s during the WW2 for the German Luftwaffe. After the war the major part of the construction line remained intact, and soon the Czechoslovakian Air Force put an order for Avia S-99, an exact copy of Bf-109G.
      Under unknown conditions, the company run out of Daimler-Benz DB 605 engines andi it was decided to use an alternative type.Making an unfortuned -for many-decision ,the specialists managed to put the the Junkers Jumo 211 and the propeller of he-111 bomber to the existing Me-109 G airframe.This engine used by the Henkel He-111 bomber was heavier, used heavier propeller that caused torque and the final result was an aircraft with control difficulties .the new variant was named after Avia S-199 and an order for a new branch was made very soon .
      Despite the aircraft's numerous problems and unpopularity with its pilots, it achieved fame as the first fighter obtained by the Israeli Air Force, for use during the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. Czechoslovak pilots nicknamed it Mezek ("Mule"), while in Israel it was officially known as the Sakeen ("knife" in Hebrew). In practice, the aircraft was more often called Messerschmitt or Messer (which also means "knife", in German and Yiddish).
      Around 550 S-199s were built, including a number of conversion trainers designated CS-199 (armed) and C-210 (unarmed), 20 were purchased by Israel. The first flight took place in March 1947, and production ended in 1949. The last examples were withdrawn from Czechoslovak service (with their National Security Guard) in 1957.
       
       
      Credits………………..
      Special thanks to : Kesselbrut for the Bf-109 cockpit
       
      Nghengo :3d modelling and research database
      Aleks :3d modelling, skinning, textures
      Starfighter2 : Data.ini (without this, we were K.O…..)
      Spillone104 : Test flights, loadouts,decals,Data.ini modifications and sound
      Silverbolt : Test flights
       
      Instructions:
      Simply put S-199 and Piloter folders inside Aircraft folder in your install and the sound file inside Sounds folder.
       
      IMPORTANT NOTICES:
      1)this plane is meant to be a freeware for the beginning, don’t buy it from nowhere J
      2)although the major part of these planes were used by the Czechoslovakian Air force, we didn’t have time to complete a skin L…please, contribute!!!!!!!
      3)putting datas to make it fly more close to the real one, we discovered why it was named “mule”…..so, expect something more easy to handle. Of course, for the case that everybody knows, prop planes doesn’t work properly under “hard”mode…but even in medium mode, it goes great!

      461 downloads

         (5 reviews)

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    17. B-24J liberator

      Consolidated Liberator B-24 J for Strike Fighters Project 1 & Wings over Vietnam

      1,526 downloads

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    18. B-29 Superfortress for SF:P1

      This is first public version of famous B-29 Superfortress plane for Strike Fighters - officialy AI only. Enjoy it and please report bugs.
      The first B-29 strike on a North Korean port took place on 13 July 1950. Within two months, FEAF Bomber Command had attacked all identified strategic targets in North Korea. The B-29 was also used for some close air support and tactical bombing missions....

      1,390 downloads

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    19. Bf-109E-7 by RussoUK

      Bf-109 E-7 Trop for SF/SFG/WoV/WoE WWII North Africa --for Games at 06 Patch Level -ONLY!!!-
       
      This is a mod of Russo's great Bf-109 E-3, to make the Bf-109 E-7 Trop as used in North Africa in WWII. The E-7 is a much more typical aircraft for WWII North Africa than other the earlier variants of the Bf-109E. The principal differences from the earlier variants were the ability to carry a bomb or drop tank under the fuselage, and a slightly more powerful engine.
       
      Russo made and released a LOD for the E-7 model, which has a bomb/drop tank cradle under the fuselage, but never released the completed mod. Here it is, FM changes and all, with two new skins, a new desert camo skin and a plain desert tan skin. The cockpit is especially for the Bf-109E by Kesselbrut, the skins by Charles. A new Revi 3 gunsight has been added by me, based on the one from the EAW PappaRomeo pak.
       
      Included are the original hangar and loading screens, as well as one of my 'boxart' types and a generic 'mto_109_loading.bmp. (that one actualy depicts Franz models, but is a VERY nice painting by Trudigan)
       
      = IMPORTANT: This aircraft is designed for use in SF/WoV/WoE -ONLY- at the 10/06 patch levels. It has =NOT= been tested it in post 8/28/08 patch WoI, nor post 9/08 - 10/08 patch SF/SFG/WoV/WoE. Nor has it been tested in SF2 or SF2:V. You use it in these enviroments at YOUR own risk. =
       
      As always, it's reccomened you unzip this package to a temp folder, or your desktop, to gain access to the rest of this readme for the full, easy to follow install instructions.
       
      Happy Hunting!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein
       
      with thanks to Russo for allowing me to upload!

      402 downloads

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    20. Bf-109G6 Mod Pak

      Messerschmitt Bf-109G6 skin & ini tweeks for SF, WoV & WoE WW2 Installs:
       
      -Modification of one of Wolf257's Messerschmitts....
      This is a semi-complete package, creating another version of the famed Messerschmitt Bf-109. It contains just about everything needed.
      I say semi-complete, because the aircraft LOD file is NOT included, as per his wishes, but everthing else is. You will also be adding 2 stand-in under-wing gun gondolas for the MK108 30mm and MK151 20mm cannons. I say stand-in, as the pod used is NOT the correct shape. So, you WILL be using the Weapons Editor to add the new gun pods. They use existing weapons, so there's no problems there. These are just here until a 3d modeler steps up and gives us the correct shapes for the 2 different pods.
       
      The skin included represents JG53 in late 44/early 45, and has been enhanced with new panel, rivet lines, and new stenciling for the warning and info tags. My damged tgs and NEW 109G6 hangar and loadoing screens -ONLY available in this mod- are also included.
       
      PLEASE read the enclosed reamde file for full detailed install instructions, as well as other notes and commentaries.
       
      Good Hunting!
      Wrench
      kevin stein

      1,240 downloads

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    21. Bf-109K4 Mod Package

      Messerschmitt Bf-109K4 Package for SF, WoV & WoE WW2 ETO Installs: 10/11/07
       
      This is a re-build of Wolf's original 109G10 into the Bf-109K4. This is a semi-complete package that includes all the necessary inis, tga, skin bmps, cockpit and cockpit mods --EXCEPTING-- the aircraft LOD file. You'll be copying the LOD from the 109G10 for use in this mod.
       
      The skin represents JG77 in the late war time frame. It was created by my enhanced template, with redrawn panel and rivets, and the stencling for the warning/service tags.
      This package also includes a NEW 109K hangar screen, ONLY available in this mod.
       
      PLEASE read the enclosed readme for detailed install instructions, plus my notes and comments. Important stuff, folks!
       
      Enjoy!
      Wrench
      Kevin Stein

      1,107 downloads

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    22. Bf109 E-1 (New version without cannons with adjusted skins)

      Bf-109 E-1 SF/SFG/WoV/WoE (ideal for the Poland campaign) --for Games at 06 Patch Level -ONLY!!!-
       
      It includes skins used in Poland (and the templates, based on Russo's original ones) and killmarks up to 350.
       
      To make it easier to create new skins there are two 'blank' skins already included (green and splinter) and all skins are using a central decal folder with the numbers 1-20 in black, white, red and yellow.
       
      This is a mod of Russo's (new!) Bf-109 E-4, to make the Bf-109 E-1 of the early campaigns of WWII. The The only difference to later types is the armament, consisting of four 7.92mm MGs.
       
      The cockpit is Kesselbrut's Bf-109E pit, the damage tgas created by Wrench and the skins are mine.
      I really don't know who made the numbers in black and yellow, the white and red ones are just repaints of them by me... (If you made them, contact me. I will update this readme!)
       
      = IMPORTANT: This aircraft is designed for use in SF/WoV/WoE -ONLY- at the 10/06 patch levels. It has =NOT= been tested it in post 8/28/08 patch WoI, nor post 9/08 - 10/08 patch SF/SFG/WoV/WoE. Nor has it been tested in SF2 or SF2:V. You use it in these enviroments at YOUR own risk. =
       
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      NOTE to SF2 users-- you all know this better than I, so you should know what to do.
       
       
      Put the contents of Bf109 Killmarks folder into your \Objects\Aircraft folder.(If you haven't already installed my Bf109 killmarks)
      Put the contents of Pilot folder into your \Objects\Aircraft folder.(where all your pilot figures go)
      Put the contents of Sounds folder into your \Sounds folder.
       
       
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      with thanks to Russo, and everyone else involved
       
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      Readme format "borrowed" from Kevin "Wrench" Stein
       
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      If you have any problems, questions, comments, I can be reached via CombatAce
       
      Have Fun!
      Shaolin
       
       
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      Legal BS:
      This is freeware; it CAN be distrubuted as long as the original readmes, if any, and all other pieces of the package MUST 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.
      See the original readme documentation, if any, for further allowances and restrictions
      Any persons wishing to make further modfications, MUST remember to put everyone's name in it...otherwise I =WILL= find you and you will discover what's at the Lowest Level of Hell ...
      Bribes are accepted; ask for the day's going rates
      The Bf-109E-1 remains property of Messerschmitt AB; it's heirs/successors/stockholders or others from corporate take-overs, and of course, RussoUK
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      This a\c is an all time fave of mine and her lines are still nice to see....I hope its enjoyed as much as i enjoyed making this model...
      cheers
      Russo

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      Includes three historical skins by Russo, pilot and sounds.

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