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  1. VPAF 921th Regiment "Sao Do" MiG-17 Fresco A(1965)

    Campaign VPAF 921th Regiment "Sao Do" 1965(MiG-17 Fresco A)
    For Wings over Vietnam.

    This campaign with 90 missions for the VPAF 921th Regiment cover the periode Abril 3, 1965 to Dec 31, 1965.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Apr 1965.
    Campaign included the 20 numbers(decals)for the 20 VPAF MiG-17s and selection of photos with pilots VPAF, USN, USMC and USAF for PilotData folder.   
    VPAF and the MiG-17
    On February 3 1964, Lt. Gen. Hoang Van Thai (North Vietnam’s Deputy Defence Minister) ordered the creation of the 921th Fighter Regiment «Sao Dao» («Red Star») and put it under the command of Lt. Col. 
    Dao Dinh Luyen. 
    That was the beginning of the MiG-17’s career in VPAF.  921th Regiment "Sao Do" began the war operating the MiG-17 Fresco A, a original batch of 20 jets delivered in 1964 from Soviet Union.  After training in China this first group of pilots and jets were recalled in Vietnam and began operations on Apr 3, 1965.
    Install
    Follow readme instructions and other additional information.
    Thanks and credits:
    Stary for the cockpit.
    Author of Early MiG pilot.
     
    Happy flights

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  2. RJAF No.1 Sqn Hunter 6 Six Days War

    Campaign RJAF No.1 Sqn Six Days war(Hunter 6)
    For Wings over Israel.
    This campaign with 11 missions for the RJAF No.1 Sqn with Hunter 6 cover the periode from Jun 5 to Jun 10, 1967.
    Historical accurate with the main units, number of aircrafts and RJAF deployment by Jun 5, 1967.
    Added to the campaign and included textures for IrAF No.17 MiG-21FL, No.10 Sqn detachment with Tu-16 and SyAAF No.19 Sqn IL-28s.  
    Revised ground forces and add AMX-13,  Su-100,  BTR-50PK,  M16Quad,  M113,  PZKW-IVA,  37InchAA, and two Bofors type AAA.
    RJAF and Hunter 6 
    The RJAF introduced the Hunter 6 in service in Nov 1958.
    With the 11 jets delivered arrived also a group of British instructors led by Wg Cdr Bennet, RAF, to support the RJAF through the process of introducting this type into service.
    Introduction process faced a number of problems, resulting in heavy attrition of the Hunter fleet and even pilot losses. Lt Marwan Jamil Zakaria was killed in the crash of a Junter F.6 on Oct 7, 1959,  and another Hunter was lost in a crash on Jul 1, 1960, although its pilot ejected safely. Only two months later, on Sep 10, 1960, Lt Ali Saleem al-Omari was killed in another crash.
    This series of incidents prompted the RJAF to order three newly builded Hunter T.66B for almost immediately delivery, in order to ease the process of converting its young pilots to the type. 
    The same year were acquired two Hunters equipped for reconnaissance purposes, two ex-RAF FR.10s.
    In 1961, following acquisition of MiGs by Iraq, King Hussein decided to replace the Vampires flown by No.2 Sqn and ordered another batch of 12 ex RAF F.6s. 
    Deliveries of these aircrafts began in April 1962, and resulted in the retirement of Jordan remaning Vampires on Apr 17, 1962. 
    In November 1962, the RJAF lost six pilots for defection to Egypt.. Same month, RJAF Hunters were re-deployed to Arabia Saudita for 10 days. 
    By 1963, the RJAF had 20 Hawker Hunter F.6 on strenght, two FR.10 reconnaissance type and three training type T.66B. No.2 Sqn was disbanded, its personnal and equipment being amalgamated into No.1 Sqn. 
    During the same year was created a display team, named Hashemite Diamond.
    Two Hunters were lost in separate accidents in 1964-1965, including T.66B with serial number 714 written off in a crash that killed both of its pilots, on Aug 15, 1965. This same year, the former F.6s of No.2 Sqn were returned to the UK for conversion to FGA.9 standard and designated FGA.73.
    By May 1967, work of eight Hunters was complete and six of the aircraft returned to Jordan. 
    At the eve of the Six Days War, Jun 5, 1967, RJAF No.1 Sqn had only 21 Hunters on hand, with 18 combat ready. The unit was based at Mafraq AB, with 14 pilots and his mission was interception and close support duties
    The units was also in reorganisation for conversion in F-104 Starfighter and most of the pilots were in USA and only 14 pilots were availables. 
    Two Pakistanies instructors were added to the roster of pilots.
    No.1 Squadron RJAF was among the first Jordanian military units to be alerted for action, at 05.00 local time on the morning of Jun 5, 1967, and its pilots expected to take off as soon as the new came that the war had started. 
    Maj Firas Ajlouni, CO No.1 Squadron, gathered his pilots for a briefing, instruction seven of them to prepare for air defense sorties, while he was to lead the others into an attack on Israeli airfields.
    RJAF Hunters were launched between 11.50 and 11.55 to strike“Netanya Air Base“ a small airfield east of Haifa used by civilians only. The three Hunters formation dont finded the target and after Israeli reports attack with HSI rockets ABIC Pharmaceutics factory. On the way back towards Mafraq AB their formations was nearly intercepted by a pair of Mirages from No.117 Squadrons, scrambled from Ramat David and vectored to intercept Iraqi Hunters. 
    The GCI give a vector to intercept the three RJAF Hunters and near Ramleh the Mirages sighted the Jordanians. However, the only Shafrir 1 missile the Israelis managed to fire missed its low-flying target, and the pilots were then vectored to intercept another target. The three RJAF Hunters returned to Mafraq undisturbed.
    Other RJAF four Hunters patrol near the border was not so lucky. Four IDF/AF Mirages of the No.117 Sqn sighted the Jordanians and went to intercept. No.1 Sqn Hunters dive to the ground and take the heading to Mafraq, but 
    Capt Wasfi Ammari was pursued by O.Sagee flying Mirage IIICJ No.44.  Sagee launched a Shafrir 1 but this one dropped downwards, below the enemy engine; he switch to cannon and at 200m shot down the Hunter after crossing the Jordan river. Wasfi Ammari ejected, was wounded and recovered.
    At 13.48 hours(Jordanian time)four Super Mystere B2 from No.109 Sqn destroyed the main Jordan radar at Ajloun. The alert was gived at Amman but was too late.
    One of the two Pakistani instructors took off from Mafraq AB with a Jordanian pilot, Lt Ishan Chourdom, for interception of No.109th Sqn Super Mysteres and one minute later, Mafraq was under attack by eight Mystere IVA of the 116th Sqn. 
    Two Hunters in preparation for take off were quickly engaged. Both fighters were destroyed at ground and one pilot, Maj Firass al-Journi was KIA. The Israelians damaged the runway and claims the destruction of three Hunters on the ground. 
    One Mystere IVA was damaged by AAA.
    The Pakistani instructors, Lt Saif-oul-Azam , engaged a formation of four Mystere and hit the No.4. The Mystere loss sobre debris and Azam engaged then two other Mystere. A 200m a burst of his cannon hit one of the Mystere and the Israelian fighter start to descend. Azam was credited with one victory. IDF/AF admitted the loss of Mystere IVA No.94 of the 116th Sqn, flown by Lt. H.Bola(KIA). 
    The Israelians claims 24 Hawker Hunter destroyed on the ground at Mafraq AB, but actually were destroyed or badly damaged 13 Jordanian fighters.     
    Azam and Chourdom returned to Mafraq AB but with the rwy damaged, were forced to divert and land at Amman AB.  
    At 14.00 hours Mafraq was again attacked, this time by four Ouragans of No.113th Sqn. They encountered no opposition other than AAA fire and flew three attack patterns to claim the destruction of two Hunters on the ground. 
    Two Ouragan were damaged by the AAA and the No.4, failed to respond to calls from other formation members and enter striaght into the “no-fly zone“ over the Dimona complex. He was finally shot down by one Israelian missile Hawk when his fly too near of Dimona nuclear plant.
    At 14.07 Mafraq receive a third strike by the Mystere IVA of 116th Sqn . The base was again attacked by Ouragans at 14.22 and 14.30 and eight Vampire and at least two helicopters were destroyed. 
    One Ouragan was hit by AAA and his pilot ejected safely over the Mediterranean Sea.
    At 14.39 Amman AB was attacked by four Mirages from No.119 Sqn. The Mirages first bombed the runway then returned to strafe aircrafts on ground,  destroying the last Hunters,  the UN C-47, one RJAF Westland Widgeon,  the DH Dove of the British Attaché and one Beech Bonanza. One RJAF DH Dove was also damaged. 
    Four Hunters(including Azam and Chourdom fighters)were destroyed at the ground and the runway was damaged.
    By the end of the journey, 17 of the 21 RJAF Hawker Hunters were destroyed. Only four, but damaged, survived the Israelian attacks. Two pilots were KIA.
    Without fighters to fly, Lt Saif-oul-Azam and Lt Ishan Chourdom quit Jordan and travel by ground to Habbaniya AB in Iraq arriving there in the last hours of Jun 6, 1967.
    Tired after so a long travel, were again combat ready by 04.00 hours and were instructed to prepare a cover protection mission for H-3 Al-Walid. 
    Four Hunters 59 took-off from Habbaniya(formation included also IrAF pilots Lt Samir Yousif Zainal and Galeb al-Hamid al-Qaysi)and in route were vectored to intercept the 3th IDF/AF strike underway to attack H-3 Al-Wallid.
    (The Israelian make the mistake of use the same path used in his failed 2th attack and were easily spotted by observers deployed in the desert).
    If the 2th strike againt H-3 Al-walid was a failure for the IDF/AF, the third was a disaster.              
    The IDF/AF formation was composed with 4 Vautour of the No.110th Sqn with the escort of 4 Mirage IIICJ of the 117th Sqn. The Mirage were armed with bombs to destroy H-3 rwy.
    At 11.30 the Israelian began the attack on H-3 but were intercepted some two minutes later by the IrAF Hunters. One Hunter was shot down by Capt G.Dror in Mirage IIICJ No.60(pilot Galeb al-Hamid al-Qaysi was KIA). 
    But Dror had not time to celebrate his victory, some second after his Mirage was hit by the 30mm rounds of Saif-oul-Azam and was forced to eject and became POW.
    After shot down Dror, Saif-oul-Azam, manouevre, evaded a burst of Ezra Dothan and hit the Vautour fly by Cne Glant-Golan. He eject also to became POW. That was Azam´s 3th victory in the Six Days War.
    Near at the same time, Azam´s No.3, Lt Zainal, evaded another burst of Ezra Dothan and hit another Vautour. The Jet start to smoke and the two crew eject but the Vautour exploded flamming the two parachutes.
    By this moment the CO of the IDF/AF Somech ordered to disengaged but Zainal continued his attack and went behind the two last two Vautours. He hit again another and the jet start to smoke and finally was forced to broke the contact  over Jordania, short of fuel and land at H-3. Azam and Chourdom succeded in return with the last drops of fuel to Habbaniya AB. Zainal, after refuelling at H-3, returned to Habbaniya one hour after.      
    In the returning flight the surviving Israelians were taked in chase by two SyAAF MiG-21FL of No.67 Sqn. The Syrians launched four R-3S but only one find the target and hit the Mirage flown by Maj E.Dothan(No.29). 
    Dothan succeded in return and safely land his damaged Mirage at Megido AB.   
    Install
    Follow readme instructions and other additional information.
    Thanks and credits:
    Paulopanz for the MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod, MiG-15UTI and Ouragan.
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
     
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" Supersonic Fighters Vol 2 and The June 1967 War Vol 3 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.
    Happy flights.
        

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  3. IrAF No.66 Sqn Hunter 59 Ramadan War

    Campaign IrAF No.66 Sqn Ramadan War(Hunter 59)
    For Wings over Israel.
    This campaign with 36 missions for the Iraqi Air Force No.66 Sqn cover the periode from Oct 6, 1973 to Oct 24, 1973.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by October 6, 1973.
    Revised ground forces and add tank Su-100, BTR-50PK infantry transport, FROG-7, Scud-B and three type of Bofors AAA. .
    IrAF No.66 Sqn was formed with No.6 and No.29 Squadrons-with a total of 24 Hunter F.Mk 59 and 30 pilots and was deployed to Egypt via Saudia Arabia on  Apr 24, 1973. CO was Maj Yusuf Muhammed Rasouli. 
    No.66 Sqn flew his first mission on Oct 6, 1973. 12 Hunters flying at less than 20m cross the Canal exactly as ordered at 14.00 hours and began his attack at 14.10, striking Israelian vehicles, artillery and armour. 
    One flight of Hunters went for a 175mm artillery battery and destroyed several of them(confirmed also by the same IDF). After expended all rockets, the Hunters dive to attack with his 30mm Aden cannons. A second flight attack the HAWK site near Gidi Defile.
    All 12 Hunters returned to base using the assigned SAM corridor over Ismailia.
    Install
    Follow readme instructions and other additional information.
    Thanks and credits:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Spillone104 for the GP-9 Gunpod.
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" October 1973 War Vol 5 and 6 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.

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  4. EAF No.51 Sqn Sukhoi Su-7BMK Ramadan War

    Campaign EAF No.51 Sqn Ramadan War(Sukhoi Su-7BMK)
    For Wings over Israel.
    This campaign with 36 missions for the EAF No.51 Sqn(205th Fighter-Bomber Brigade)cover the periode from Oct 6, 1973 to Oct 24, 1973.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by and after October 6, 1973. Revised ground forces and add tank Su-100, BTR-50PK infantry transport, FROG-7, Scud-B(three launched on Oct 22, 1973)and three type of Bofors AAA.
    EAF No.51 Squadron and Sukhoi Su-7BMK

    By the Ramadan War, No.51 Squadron was one of three units of the EAF equipped with Su-7BMK. The more experienced No.55 Squadron was equipped with the new and vastly improved Su-20.
    The Su-7BMK was a simplified export version of Su-7BM, manufactured 1967-1971 with 441 built.
    The three Su-7BMK squadrons(No.51, No.52 and No.53)formed the 205th Fighter-Bomber Brigade with bases at Bilbeis, Bilbeis Qutamiyah and el-Mansourah. Full complement of the Brigade was 48 Su-7BMK.
    From the first days of the entry in service of the Su-7BMK, the EAF was dissapointed with the type.        
    The powerful Lyuka Al-7F1 turbojet, was a thirsty engine and occuped almost two thirds of the fuselage increasing vulnerability. Range was limited and drop tanks were mandatory. Despite Sukhoi brochures "as capable of self protection from enemy interceptors", combat operations over the Sinai proved the contrary. However, with a skilled pilot this two 30mm with 70 rounds each can give devastador results.   
    Other problems were the weapons and the limited number of tyres and drop tanks(six for each aircraft)supplied by the Soviets. Rockets S-3K proved incapable of penetrating even the relatively thin top-side armour of the Israeli tanks.
    Despite a good number of the requests of the EAF for improvements, Sukhoi only acceded in instaling the requested mirrors.
    The EAF was in his own and with the colaboration of Helwan factory, the type was continued improved from 1967.      
    To increase the range, Helwan took the 500 liters drop tanks, cut him, inserted a strech section between and increase the capacity to 1050 liters. 
    Because the Soviets refused to deliver enough replacement weapons, Helwan produced the bomb Kaakaa-100-105(based on the Soviet FAB-100-105), the Kaakaa-250(FAB-250M-54)and later the Nasr-250(FAB-250M-62). 
    With Six Days War recovered and no exploded French bombs, Helwan developed one anti-rwy penetration bomb of 250 kg. The factory produced also the fuel-air explosive(FAE)of 200 kg, as well retarding fins for other GP weapons. 
    By 1973, the Su-7BMK was vastly improved but pilots were only full satisfied with the arrivals of the Su-20s in the same year.  
    EAF No.51 Squadron began operations in the Ramadan War by 13.48 hours on Oct 6, 1973. CO LtCol Hazem al-Gharby led 12 Su-7BMK and attacked Refidim AB and surrounding installations. 
    Approaching at a very high speed and minimal altitude, the attack took the Israelis by surprise and the Su-7BMK holed the rwy in 10 places and destroyed the control tower. 
    The third flight failed to find the HAWK site a Refidim and attacked as alternative the CP at Umm Qashiba. 
    No.51 Sqn suffered no losses in his first mission of the war and Refidim, repaired was back in operations two days later.     
    On Oct 11, 1973 four Su-7BMK of the No.51 Sqn destroyed the Israeli HAWK site near Baluza, opening the way for 12 MiG-17s in strike against tanks and vehicles, forward Israeli HQ and observation post at Um Hashiba.   
    EAF´s Su-7BMK were used intensively by the Ramadan War suffering heavy losses with 20 jets downed(17 by IDF/AF interceptors, 2 by AAA and one by accident).
    In comparation SyAAF loss 14, the IrAF 15 and the QJJ one.
    Despite this limitation, some 50 Su-7BMK were still in service at the end of 1986.
     
    Campaign need the following extra aircrafts:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Campaign included a Su-7BMK ready to use.(Cockpit MiG-17. Sound default).
    Install
    Follow readme instructions and aditional informations 
    Credits:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Spillone104 for the GP-9 Gunpod.
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" October 1973 War Vol 5 and 6 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.
     
    Happy flights

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  5. EAF No.26 Sqn MiG-21F-13 Ramadan War

    Campaign EAF No.26 Sqn Ramadan War(MiG-21F-13)
    For Wings over Israel.
    This campaign with 34 missions for the EAF No.26 Sqn cover the periode from Oct 7, 1973 to Oct 24, 1973.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by and after October 7, 1973. Revised ground forces and add tank Su-100, BTR-50PK infantry transport, FROG-7, Scud-B(three launched on Oct 22, 1973)and three type of Bofors AAA.
    EAF No.26 "Black Ravens" Squadron

    No.26 Squadron was established in the autumn 1967.
    The Squadron was the first, following the Israelian example, to set aerial ambushes with two MiGs acting as baith and two or four others as shooters.
    First sucess coming in Oct 23, 1968 in the area Ismailiya-Suez Canal with two Mirages downed, one finded in May 1975 by the Egyptian Navy with the death pilot still in the cockpit.
    As usual, IDF/AF denied this losses.
    Based at Inchas AB during the War of Attrition, No.26 Squadron was the unit with the highest number of combat engagements in 1969-1970 and earned the reputation as the "best dogfighters" in the entire air arm.
    Pilots of the squadron introduce the practice of applying kill markings on their MiGs, and by 1973, at least two of the MiGs carried the unit insignia, a black raven with a white "26".      
    The "Top Gun" of the unit was Reda el-Iraqi with three kills in the War of Attrition(all Mirages). The No.26 Squadron downed also IDF/AF ace Capt Giora Romm(5 victories)and became POW.
    By the Ramadan War, despite the availability of new variants like MiG-21MF or MiG-1PFM, the No.26 Squadron remained with the old MiG-21F-13. The aircraft was lighter and thus more manoeuvrable in comparison with recent variants. The single 30mm cannon with 60 rounds packed a more powerful punch than the 23mm GSh-23 installed in the MiG-21MF. Also, the F-13 was a dedicated interceptor and not a dual role like the MiG-21MF.
    No.25 Squadron follow the example of No.26 Squadron and give his MiG-21PFS to come back with the MiG-21F-13. Both Squadrons, forming the Air Brigade 102, had 30 MiG-21F-13 by the Ramadan War.      
    The UARAF/EAF had taked in charge 90 MiG-21F-13(48 of the first batch delivered from Nov 1961 to 1963, 12 ex QJJ in Jun 1967 and 30 purchased with Aero-Vodochody in Czechoslovakia delivered in 1969). Last F-13s arriving by Dec 4, 1969. All this 30 jets were assigned to the Air Brigade 102.
    The SyAAF received during the Ramadan War, 11 MiG-21F-13 from Czechoslovaquia and 12 from Poland. The DDR deliver in the same periode 12 MiG-21M.   
    Campaign need the following extra aircrafts:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Supplied a MiG-21F-13 ready to use with cockpit and sound. Camo2 Tiger Stripe. Very few F-13s carried Camo Nile Valley.
    Install
    Follow readme instructions and aditional informations 
    Credits:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Spillone104 for the GP-9 Gunpod. 
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
    Authors of MiG-21F-13 cockpit and sound.
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" October 1973 War Vol 5 and 6 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.
     
    Happy flights

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  6. EAF No.69 Sqn Mirage 5D Ramadan War

    For Wings over Israel.
     
    This campaign with 34 missions for the EAF No.69 Sqn cover the periode from Oct 7, 1973 to Oct 24, 1973.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by and after October 6, 1973. Revised ground forces and add tank Su-100, BTR-50PK infantry transport, FROG-7, Scud-B(three launched on Oct 22, 1973)and three type of Bofors AAA.
    EAF No.69 Independent Mirage Squadron was deployed at the Ramadan War(Oct 73)with 19 Mirage 5D, 2 Mirage 5R and 20 pilots.
    The unit was based at Birma el Tanta AB and was under the command of Lt Col Ali-Zayn al-Abidin Abd al-Jawad.
    The 5D was the export single-seat ground attack aircraft of the Mirage 5 built for Libya. 53 were built.
    With LARAF Mirage No.1001 Squadron in training, all Mirage 5Ds by the Ramadan War were flew by Egyptian pilots. LARAF No.1001 Sqn was finally deployed in Egypt by November 1973.
    No.69 Sqn was a fighter-bomber unit(No missiles were available by Oct 1973)and usually the jet were armed with two 400 kg bombs or two 250 kg bombs.
    Campaign need the following extra aircrafts:
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya(by Paulopanz)
    Sukhoi Su-20 included and Mirage 5D configured and ready to use.
    Included also example of entry to add for EAF No.69 Independent Mirage Squadron in Squadronlist.
    Credits:
    Spillone104 for the GP-9 Gunpod.
    pauloPanz for MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod and the Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya"
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" October 1973 War Vol 5 and 6 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.
     
    Happy flights

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  7. Syrian(SyAAF)No.8 Sqn MiG-21MF Ramadan War

    Campaign for the Syrian Air Force(SyAAF)No.8 Sqn with MiG-21MF , Ramadan War, Oct 1973.
    For Wings over Israel
    This campaign with 36 missions for the SyAAF No.8 Sqn cover the periode Oct 6, 1973 to Oct 23, 1973, the Ramadan War(or Yom Kippur).
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Oct 1973.
    Revised ground forces and add tank Su-100, BTR-50PK infantry transport, FROG-7 and Scud-B(three launched on Oct 22, 1973).
     
    Need MiG-17F "Fresco-C" EAF mod.(by paulopanz)and Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya"(by paulopanz)
    Sukhoi Su-20 included.
    Credits:
    Spillone104 for the GP-9 Gunpod.
    pauloPanz for MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod and the Aero L-29 Delfin "Maya"
    Team of the SF2 tank pack.
     
    Sources: Several but mainly, "Arab MiGs" October 1973 War Vol 5 and 6 by Tom Cooper and David Nicolle.
     
     

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  8. VPAF 925th Regiment Shenyang J-6 May 1972

    VPAF 925th Fighter Regiment Shenyang J-6(May 1972)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 Vietnam
     
    This campaign with some 23 missions cover the operations of the VPAF 925th Fighter Regiment in the periode May 8 to May 31, 1972(Linebaker I).
    925th Fighter Regiment was activated on Feb 1969 and the unit received some 44 Shenyang J-6s. Main base was Yen Bai.
    By May 1972, the VPAF MiG force was concentrated and operated from three bases: Kep, Yen Bai and Hoa Lac.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment from May 8 to May 31, 1972.
    Naval campaign mode.
    Utilise F-105G Thunderchief Wild Weasel by ArmorDave(Wrench)(to download)
    See readme for other details.
     
     
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Stary for the MiG-19S cockpit
    ArmorDave(Wrench)for the Republic F-105G Thunderchief Wild Weasel.
     
    Happy flights

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  9. RAAF No.77 Sqn Meteor F8 Korean War(Aug 1951)

    RAAF No.77 Sqn Meteor F8 Korean War(Aug 1951)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 34 missions cover the operations of the RAAF No.77 Sqn in the periode Jul 29 to Aug 31, 1951 in the Korean War.
    The squadron was based at Kimpo K-14(from Jul 25, 1951)and his first three CO were: Sqn Ldr R.C.Creswell(from Sep 19, 1950 to Aug 18, 1951), Sqn Ldr Gordon Steege(from Aug 18, 1951 to Dec 31, 1951)and Sqn Ldr Ron Susans(from Dec 31, 1951).
    By the Korean War, RAAF No.77 Sqn take in charge 88 Meteor F8 and two T7 two-seaters.
    54 Meteors were lost in Korea and Japan. Six were downed by MiGs and other six were damaged.
    No.77 Squadron RAAF made claims for 6 MiGs, but actually, only two were downed(both PLAAF)and two others were damaged.
    From Dec 1, 1951, after a operation ambush to wipe out RAAF No.77 Sqn set by Gen Lobob(CO of the V-VS 303th FAD)the Australian unit was assigned as interceptor for defense of Suwon K-13 and Kimpo K-14 and then to ground attack.
    Lobob´s operation dont wipe out RAAF No.77 Sqn(three Meteors downed and one damaged. One 176th GvIAP MiG damaged)but succeded in putting the australian squadron out of business as active fighter unit in "MiG Alley".
    Also, losses of the day leave the unit with 14 Meteors and this was considered insufficient to mantain a Squadron effort.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Jul 29 to Aug 31, 1951.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    RAAF Meteor F.8, 77 Squadron texture by Wrench.
    See readme for other details.
     

    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain, RAAF No.77 Sqn Meteor F8 texture and Cavalier destroyer
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Change 68 to 34 missions(1 mission daily)
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL
    Revised Task Force 77 composition.

    69 downloads

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  10. PLAAF 10th Regiment MiG-15 Korean War(Dec 1950)

    PLAAF 10th Fighter Aviation Regiment MiG-15 Korean War(Dec 1950)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 38 missions cover the operations of the first PLAAF MiG-15 unit operating in the Korean War: The 10th Fighter Aviation Regiment of the 4th Fighter Aviation Division.
    This first deployment began on Dec 28, 1950 with the 10 MiGs of the 28th Flying Group.
    From Jan 17, 1951, the 10 MiGs of the 28th Flying Group were reinforced with the others 20 MiGs of the two other regimental Flying Groups: the 29th and 30th.
    On Feb 3, 1951 the 10th Fighter Aviation Regiment ended his combat tour and was replaced with the second Regiment of the Division: the 12th Fighter Aviation Regiment.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment from Dec 28, 1950 to Feb 3, 1951.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Included textures and decals for the 30 MiGs of the PLAAF 10th Fighter Aviation Regiment.
    See readme for other details.
     

    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain and Cavalier destroyer
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL.

    70 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  11. USAF 4th FIW 336th FIS F-86A-5 Korean War(Jun 1951)

    USAF 336th FIS F-86A-5 Korean War(Jun 1951)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 30 missions cover the operations of the USAF 336th FIS(4th FIW)in the periode Jun 1 to Jun 30, 1951 in the Korean War.
    In this periode, 336th FIS together with 334th FIS were based at Suwon K-13. The third squadron, 335th FIS, remained at Johnson AB, Japan.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Jun 1 to Jun 30, 1951.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Included textures and decals with 18 autentic registrations of 336th FIS.
    See readme for other details.
     

    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain and Cavalier destroyer
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Change 60 to 30 missions(1 mission daily).
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL.
    Some small corrections with Task Force 77.

    108 downloads

       (1 review)

    6 comments

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  12. USAF 67th FBS F-51D Korean War(Apr 1951)

    USAF 67th FBS F-51D Korean War(Apr 1951)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 32 missions cover the operations of the USAF 67th FBS(18th FBG)in the periode Apr 7 to May 8, 1951 in the Korean War.
    In this periode 67th FBS trade his normal base at Chinhae K-10 with Suwon K-13.
    F-51D operations over Korea were as usually of high risk, dangerous and costly. 67th FBS was not exception and pay also his price in this month of April with nine F-51D losses by AAA, two pilots KIA, three MIA and four rescued.
    The second squadron of 18th FBG, 12th FBS, loss in the same periode eight F-51D(one by MiG)with two pilots KIA, two MIA, one POW and three rescued.
    67th FBS was the last USAF operator of F-51D Mustang and flew is last mission from Hoengson K-46 on Jan 23, 1953.
    The unit was converted after, in F-86F.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Apr 7 to May 8, 1951.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Included textures and decals for the 67th FBS with 18 autentic 67th FBS registrations.
    See readme for other details.
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain and Cavalier destroyer
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Correct some units deployment by Task Force 77
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL

    87 downloads

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  13. USMC VMF-312 F4U-4B Korean War CVL-29 Bataan(Apr 1951)

    USMC VMF-312 F4U-4B Korean War CVL-29 Bataan(Apr 1951)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 28 missions cover the operations of the VMF-312 aboard of CVL-29 Bataan in the periode Apr 9 to Apr 16, 1951 in the Korean War.
    Naval Campaign mode.
     
    On Apr 8, 1951, CVL-29 Bataan with VMF-312 embarked(23 F4U-4B Corsair)depart Sasebo for the Korean Theater of Operations in the Sea of Japan.
    Task Force 77 was engaged in the Strait of Formosa and CVL-29 Bataan formed with the HMS Theseus the Task Force 95.11, operating temporaly the only two carriers in Korean Waters.
    The escort was provided by the destroyers DD-696 English, DD-704 Sperry, Royal Navy destroyer HMS Consort, Royal Australian Navy destroyer HMAS Bataan and the Royal Canadian Navy destroyers HMCS Athabaksan and HMCS Huron.
    Air operations began at the early morning 9 April and continued through 15 April consisting of interdiction strikes, armed reconnaissance, air observation for naval gun-fire and CAP.
    Main target was the truck traffic Wonsan, Hamhung and Songjin. On Apr 10, 1951 VMF-312 encountered ID problems and Corsairs attack and damaged two RN Sea Fury(despite the black and white id markings).One "La-9" was claimed as shot down.
    In the Task Force 95.11 periode of deployment, one pilot and five aircraft(3 Sea Fury, 1 Firefly and 1 Corsair)were lost to enemy action.
    CVL-29 Bataan launched 224 sorties, of which 26 were CAP.
    On Apr 15, 1951 at 16.30, CVL-29 Bataan was detached of the Task Force and depart operative area for Sasebo, Japan.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Apr 9 to Apr 15, 1951.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Included textures and decals for the VMF-312.
    See readme for other details.
     
    Thanks and credits
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain and Cavalier destroyer
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Revised ground units deployment

    76 downloads

       (1 review)

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  14. USN VF-51 F9F-2 Korean War(CV-45 Valley Forge 5th Patrol Nov 1950)

    USN VF-51 F9F-2 Korean War CV-45 Valley Forge 5th Patrol(Nov 1950)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 28 missions cover the operations of the VF-51(CVG-5)aboard of CV-45 Valley Forge in his 5th patrol(Nov 6 to Nov 19, 1950)in the Korean War.
    Naval Campaign mode.
     
    CVG-5 units were: VF-51(14 F9F-3)VF-52(13 F9F-3)VF-53(17 F4U-4B)VF-54(17 F4U-4B)VA-55(20 AD-4/Q)VC-3 Det C(F4U-5N/AD-3N)VC-11 Det(AD-3W)HedRon 1 Det(F4U-5P)and HU-1 Det(HO3S-1).
    CV-45 depart Sasebo at 07.33 hours on Nov 5, 1950 and despite severe and difficult weather and heavy sea(operations delayed 7 hours)began air operations on the afternoon of Nov 6, 1950.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Nov 6 to Nov 19, 1950.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Campaign utilise Essex class long-hull by WhiteBoySamurai.
    See readme for other details.
     
    Thanks and credits
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL
    Revision Task Force 77

    104 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  15. V-VS 72th GvIAP MiG-15 Korean War(Nov 1950)

    V-VS Soviet Air Force 72 GvIAP MiG-15 Korean War Nov 1950 campaign
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 30 missions cover the operations of the 72th GvIAP Fighter Aviation Regiment(Part of the Guards 151th GvIAD Fighter Aviation Division together with 28th GvIAP)in the first month
    of deployment of the MiG-15 in the Korean War.
    Naval Campaign mode.
    Historical accurate with the main units(Air, Ground, sea)and bases deployment by Nov 1 to Nov 30, 1950.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Pack 1 and 2 "Wings over Korea" by Do335 for other aircrafts.
     
    See readme for other details .
     
     
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update Jul 1, 2017
     
    Naval campaign mode with Essex Class(WhiteboySamurai)
    Add F4U-5NL and AD-4NL
    Revision Task Force 77

    73 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    0 comments

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  16. Tainan Kokutai New Guinea 1942 campaign(Part 2)

    Tainan Kokutai New Guinea 1942 campaign(Part 2)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 with New Guinea Terrain(NewGuinea2)(PTO).
     
    This campaign(second part)with some 61 missions cover the operations of the Tainan Kokutai between May 1 to Jun 30, 1942.
    With the RAAF No.75 Sqn decimated(Only 3 combat ready P-40Es by Apr 30, 1942)the new main opponent was the 8th FG with his two squadrons of P-39D/F.
    By the end of the month this first FG was reinforced with a second FG(35th FG)with two squadrons with P-39s and P-400s.
    Despite the numerical inferiority, Tainan Kokutai continued his near daily strikes and strafing against Port Moresby and in the same time defending his base at Lae, target of many strikes to wipe out the IJN unit.
    This missions against Lae were costly for the USAAF, and by May 25, 1942, of the eight B-25s of 3th BG send to strike Lae, only three returned to base.
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by the mentioned periode.
    Included A6M2 with textures and decals for Tainan Kokutai and 4th Kokutai.
    Included G4M1 bomber.
    Textures and decals for USAAC with old insignia(Pre May 1942 red center disc). Campaign take in count change of insignia after May 31, 1942.
    See readme for other details.
     
    The campaing need the following aircrafts:
     
    sf2_a24-dauntless_pak
    sf2_pto_g3m_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b17e_v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b25c_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b26_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_p39d-v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_p400-v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_raaf_kittyhawk_pak
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for NewGuinea3 terrain and several of the re-packing of aircrafts
    ArmorDave for the A6M2
    Author of the base G4M2(SF1)
    Raven for the P-40E Kittyhawk.
    Veltro2K for the B-17E
    Veltro2K for the B-25C
    Veltro2K for the B-26
    Veltro2K for the G3M
    Veltro2k for the P-39D
    Veltro2k for the P-400
    Wolf257 for the SBD(A-24)
     
    Happy flights.

    55 downloads

       (0 reviews)

    2 comments

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  17. Tainan Kokutai New Guinea 1942 campaign(Part 1)

    Tainan Kokutai New Guinea 1942 campaign(Part 1)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 with New Guinea Terrain(NewGuinea2)(PTO).
     
    This campaign with some 40 missions cover the operations of the Tainan Kokutai between Mar 21 and Apr 20, 1942.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by the mentioned periode.
    Included A6M2 with textures and decals for Tainan Kokutai and 4th Kokutai.
    Included also G4M1 bomber.
    Textures and decals for USAAC with old insignia(Pre May 1942 red center disc).
    See readme for other details.
     
    Breve chronology of the Tainan Kokutai.
     
    Jan 22, 1942 Australian forces evacuated Lae.
    Feb 17, 1942 Shoho delivers six A6M2 Zeros to Lakunai Airfield near Rabaul. Assigned to the 4th Kokutai.
    Mar 3, 1942 Lae airfield occupied by the Japanese and developed into a forward airfield.
    Mar 8, 1942 Japanese troops occuped Lae and Salamaua.
    Mar 9, 1942 Shoho made another delivery of nineteen A6M2 Model 21 Zeros to Lakunai Airfield near Rabaul. These Zeros were assigned to the 4th Kokutai and later the Tainan Kokutai.
    Mar 10, 1942 Tainan Kokutai deployed at Lae. Eleven A6M2 availables.
    Apr 1, 1942 All 4th Kokutai A6M2 pilots at Rabaul transfered to the Tainan Kokutai.
    Apr 11, 1942 20 A6M2 delivered by Kasuga Maru to Tainan Kokutai.
    Jun 15, 1942 Mitsubishi produced the A6M3 Model 32.First unit served with the new model were the 2th Kokutai and the Tainan Kokutai.Grey paint scheme.
    Jul 30, 1942 20 A6M3 Model 32 arrived to Rabaul for deliver to Tainan Kokutai.
    Aug 3, 1942 Tainan Kokutai move from Lae to Lakunai Rabaul.
    Nov 1, 1942 Tainan Kokutai renamed as the 251th Kokutai.
    Nov 15, 1942 251th Kokutai recalled to Toyohashi air base in Japan to replace its losses.
     
     
     
    The campaing need the following aircrafts:
     
    sf2_a24-dauntless_pak
    sf2_pto_g3m_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b17e_v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b25c_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_b26_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_p39d-v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_pto_p400-v2k_pak
    sf2_ww2_raaf_kittyhawk_pak
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for NewGuinea3 terrain and several of the re-packing of aircrafts
    ArmorDave for the A6M2
    Author of the base G4M2(SF1)
    Raven for the P-40E Kittyhawk.
    Veltro2K for the B-17E
    Veltro2K for the B-25C
    Veltro2K for the B-26
    Veltro2K for the G3M
    Veltro2k for the P-39D
    Veltro2k for the P-400
    Wolf257 for the SBD(A-24)
     
    Happy flights.

    58 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  18. RN 807 Squadron Sea Fury Korean War(HMS Theseus 3th Patrol, Dec 1950)

    Royal Navy 807 Squadron Sea Fury Korean War(HMS Theseus 3th Patrol, Dec 1950)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 NA with Korea Terrain(Korea3).
     
    This campaign with some 18 missions cover the operations of the 17th CAG aboard of HMS Theseus in his 3th patrol(Dec 7 to Dec 15, 1950) in the Korean War.
    Naval Campaign mode.
    CAG 17th had more modern equipment, compared with the Seafires and Firefly I of his predecessor, HMS Triumph.
    HMS Theseus CO was Capt A.S.Bolt. 17th CAG was under the command of Lt CDr F.Stevin-Bradford and the group had:
     
    807 Squadron with 23 Sea Fury FB.II(CO Lt Cdr M.P.Gordon Smith)
    810 Squadron with 12 Firefly AS 5(CO Lt Cdr K.S.Pattison)
     
    HMS Theseus carried also one helicopter, in loan of the USN, one H-5 called by the crew "The Thing" and flew by Dan C.Fridley.
    (By July two Royal Navy Dragonfly HR1 helicopters destined to the carriers arrived at Singapore)
     
    The escort was provided by the destroyers HMS Comus(R-43),HMS Consort(R43)and two destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy, HMCS Sioux(R64)and HMCS Nootka(R96).
     
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by Dec 7 to Dec 15, 1950.
    Campaign need Expansion Packs 1 and 2 for some aircrafts, weapons, tanks, textures, etc.
    Pack 1 and 2 Wings over Korea by Do335 for other aircrafts.
    Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier by WhiteBoySamurai for Task Force 77
    See readne for other details.
     
     
     
    Thanks and credits:
     
    Wrench for Korea3 terrain and Cavalier class DD
    Do335 for Pack 1 and Pack "Wings over Korea"
    WhiteBoySamurai for Essex class (long-hull) aircraft carrier
    ErikGen for the base model for the RF-80A
     
    Update 24-05-17: Added Essex class (long-hull)aircraft carrier for Task Force 77 and other minor details.

    79 downloads

       (1 review)

    11 comments

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  19. IrAF No.17 Sqn MiG-21FL Six Days War

    Campaign for the IrAF(Iraqi Air Force)No.17 Sqn with MiG-21FL, Six Days War, H-3/ al Walid. Jun 5, 1967.
     
    For Wings over Israel
    Recomended instalation on merged game(Hunter 59 need elements of Wings of Europe)
     
    This campaign with 11 missions for the IrAF No.17 Sqn cover the periode Jun 5 to Jun 10, 1967(Six Day War)
    Historical accurate with the main units, number of aircrafts and IrAF deployment at H-3/al Walid.
    Added to the campaing and included textures for IrAF No.17 MiG-21FL, No.10 Sqn detachment with Tu-16 and SyAAF No.19 Sqn IL-28s.
     
    Campaign need the following aircrafts:
     
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    MiG-15 UTI(Paulopanz MiG-15UTI Midget Collection)
    Ouragan(Paulopanz)
     
    Happy flights

    205 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  20. IrAF No.6 Sqn Hunter 59 Six Days War

    Campaign for the IrAF(Iraqi Air Force)No.6 Sqn with Hawker Hunter 59, Six Days War, H-3 /al Wallid. Jun 5, 1967.
     
    For Wings over Israel
    Recomended instalation on merged game(Hunter 59 need elements of Wings of Europe)
     
    This campaign with 11 missions for the IrAF No.6 Sqn cover the periode Jun 5 to Jun 10, 1967(Six Days War).
    Historical accurate with main units, airbases, number of aircrafts-pilots of IrAF(and the others Arab Air forces)in his deployment at H-3/al Wallid(Based on info from "Arab MiGs" book series from Tom Cooper and David Nicolle).
    Added to the campaign and included textures for IrAF No.17 MiG-21FL Sqn, No.10 Sqn detachment with Tu-16 and SyAAF No.19 Sqn IL-28s.

    Campaign need the following aircrafts:
     
    MiG-17F "Fresco-C EAF mod(by Paulopanz)
    MiG-15 UTI(Paulopanz MiG-15UTI Midget Collection)
    Ouragan(Paulopanz)

    104 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    0 comments

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  21. VPAF 923th Regiment "Yen The" MiG-17F Fresco C(1966)

    Campaing VPAF 923th Regiment "Yen The" 1966(MiG-17F Fresco C)
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 Vietnam.
     
    This campaign, with some 100 missions cover the periode Mar 4, 1966 to Dec 31, 1966.
    Historial accurate with the main units and bases deployment by 1966.
    Revised and add other units, mainly USMC units deployed at Da Nang and Chu Lai.
    USN squadron's number of available aircrafts revised and actualised after published sources year 1966 from each air wing in carrier.
     

    Campaign used F-104C Starfighters of the 435 TFS(Deployed at Udorn AB from Jun 1966 to July 1967)
    This model come with Third Whire AI Plane Pack 1.
     

    Happy flight and enjoy

    155 downloads

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  22. VPAF 921th Regiment "Sao Do" MiG-21F-13 Fishbed C(1966)

    Campaign VPAF 921th Regiment "Sao Do" 1966(MiG-21F-13 Fishbed C)
     
    For Wings over Vietnam.
     
    This campaign with 50 missions for the VPAF 921th Regiment cover the periode April 23, 1966 to Dec 31, 1966 of the Vietnam war.
    Thas was also de first year of operations of the MiG-21 of the VPAF.
    The 20 original MiG-21F-13 were reinforced from april of this year with the arrival of 30 MiG-21PF(PFV).
    Together with the MiG-21, the 921th continued to operated until 1968 the MiG-17.
    Historical accurate with the main units and bases deployment by 1966.
     
    Happy flights and enjoy

    173 downloads

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  23. USN VF-111 Sundowners F-8D Second combat tour(1965)

    Campaing for the US Navy VF-111 Sundowners with Vought F-8D Crusader.
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 Vietnam
     
    This campaign with some 67 missions cover the second combat tour of the VF-111(Apr 18, 1965 to Nov 4, 1965)with the Air Wing CVW-2 aboard of CVA-41 Midway.
    First combat tour(Oct 17, 1963 to Jul 20, 1964)was with CVG-11 deployed in the CVA-63 Kitty Hawk.
     
    Included loading screen for the F-8D.
    Campaign utilise F-104C Starfighters of the 476TFS and 436TFS(deployed at Da Nang from Apr 20, 1965 to Nov 20, 1965).
    This F-104C is available with the Third Wire AI Plane Pack 1.
     

    Campaign in mode naval campaign and included destroyers (Gearing and Sumner class), Dixie Station and revised position for Yankee Station.
    Date of deployment of the carriers correspond to first and last day in station(Dixie or Yankee) and no departure and arrival in USA.
    Two versions included(second version with standard Yankee station and only carrier). See readme for details.
     
    Happy flights and enjoy.

    81 downloads

       (1 review)

    1 comment

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  24. EAF 2th Sqn Vampire FB.52 Suez Crisis 1956

    Campaign for the Egyptian Air Force(EAF)2th Sqn with DH Vampire FB.52, Suez Crisis 1956.
     
    For Wings over Israel
    Need Expansion Pack 1 for Strike Fighters 2 Israel
     
    This campaign with 30 missions for the EAF 2th Sqn with DH Vampire FB.52 cover the periode Oct 30 to Nov 6, 1956.
    Historical accurate with the main units, number of aircrafts and bases deployment by the Suez Crisis.
    Added also to the campaing and included(as AI)DH Mosquito, Harvard and MiG-15UTI.
     
    Sounds by Spillone104
    Mosquito and Harvard by LloydNB
    MiG-15UTI by Pasko
    Piloter, I dont know the author, but thanks.

    142 downloads

       (1 review)

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  25. USN VA-22 Fighting Redcocks A-4C First combat tour(1965)

    Campaing for the US Navy VA-22 Fighting Redcocks with Douglas A-4C Skyhawk.
     
    For Strike Fighters 2 Vietnam
     
    This campaign with some 67 missiones cover the periode of the first combat tour of the VA-22(Apr 18, 1965 to Nov 4, 1965)with the Air Wing CVW-2 aboard of CVA-41 Midway.
     
    Included loading screen for the A-4C_65.
    Campaign utilise F-104C Starfighters of the 476TFS and 436TFS(deployed at Da Nang from Apr 20, 1965 to Nov 20, 1965).
    This F-104C is available with the Third Wire AI Plane Pack 1.
     
    Update Jun 26, 2014
     
    Campaign reworked in mode naval campaign and included now destroyers (Gearing and Sumner class), Dixie Station and revised position for Yankee Station.
    Date of deployment of the carriers correspond to first and last day in station(Dixie or Yankee) and no departure and arrival in USA.
    Two versions included. See readme for details.
     
    Happy flights and enjoy.

    167 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    0 comments

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