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SF2 Korean War Era PLAAF/NKPAF MiG-15

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SF2 Korean War Era PLAAF/NKPAF MiG-15


= For SF2, Full-5 Merged, =PLUS= SF2I Expansion Pak 1 (Required!!!) =


*Note: You =MUST= have SF2:I Expansion Pak 1 to gain access to the MiG-15. If you don't have it, downloading this mod will do you no good, as you won't have the aircraft it's intended for*


A small reskin/decal mod for the stock 3W MiG-15 (no suffix) Fagot-A, in PLAAF markings of the 72 GvIAP. Which we all know, of course, was "actually" North Korean, flown by "advisors" from the Soviet Union <grin>.

It represents the first operational PLAAF/NKPAF Squadron for the MiG, which scored the first air-to-air kills against UN forces in Korea.


Skins maps are in jpg format, decal randomization is TRUE.


Included are modifided data, loadout and main inis (along with my PatentPending 'xMiG-15.ini' that allows for easy restoration to flyable status, after patching or game-generated random re-writes). A 'new' seat and my 'PilotER' figure are included, as well as new sounds. Stary's cockpit as well is here for you flying pleasure (with a repainted gunsight tga for those of us with Old Eyes ™). A Hangar screen is NOT included. The canopy opens via the Usual Suspect ™ keystroke, Shift/0.


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


Happy Hunting!


kevin stein

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Thank you for sharing~!

However according to the screenshot that the skins are still a bit different from the reality. Mig-15 and other Chinese jet fighters didn't paint red and white stripes on the tail and rudder, while P-51s did.

You can refer to this website http://www.afwing.com/intro/scheme/plaaf/plaaf_scheme1.htm for further information.


Again, great job, and wish you make it better.

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Thank you, Wrench. I've seen the source you probably worked from, I was hoping one of you good skinners would present this. Those tricky Soviets... Masquerading as Chinese...

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