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Vought Corsair Mk.II, Royal Navy, ETO (Wolf257)

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Vought Corsair MK.2, RN Fleet Air Arm, ETO


= For SF2, Any & All (FUll 5 Merged Reccomended*) =


A little something for the ETO-centric WW2 players!


Designed for use =ONLY= in a stand-alone SF2-based WW2 ETO Mods Folder!!!


*Note: Full-5 Merged reccomended, due to the use of SF2NA style 'carrier based' statements in the aircraft's data inis. Working WW2-era aircraft carriers (and escorts) are required as well as Terrains with working SF2NA-style _water.bmps and NavalMap=TRUE). There is a 98.6% probability that this mod will =NOT= work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game installs, due to the excessive modifications made to fit them into the SF2 environment.*


**Note x2: this is Wolf's Corsair, NOT the TMF version, available elsewhere


This pack represents aircraft from 1842 Naval Air Squadron, Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm, embarked on HMS FORMIDABLE during the time frame of the attacks against TIRPITZ.

Data inis (FM), loadouts, userlist, etc meet (almost, FM-wise) the latest standard. All skins are in Jpg format, and decal randomization is TRUE. A new DDS damage texture is included.

All weapons are included, in SF2 formatting.

A new SF2-compliant verison of the original 'box art' Hangar screen is included.


As always, fairly easy to follow, highly detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Also, give the "Notes" section a read too

For historical purposes, my original readme from 2007 is included.


Good Hunting!


kevin stein

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