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SF2 Lockheed F-80C/RF-80C/T-33A Shooting Stars Pak by ErikGen

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SF2 Lockheed F-80C/RF-80C/T-33A Shooting Stars Pak by ErikGen (Ver.2)


= For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =


Ammended: 36th FBS skin now has the correct national markings!


This package contains 3 completly new aircraft for SF2. As there are some 1stGen versions available, you'll most likely want to delete the old Pasko versions, if you have them, from your SF2 installs.

*Note: as these aircraft were built with the latest 3W exporter, they will most likely =NOT= work in SF/Wo* 1stGen Installs*


Aircraft included, and skins are:



35th FBS, 8th FBG

36th FBS, 8th FBG

80th FBS, 8th FBG - Korea, 1950/51ish

'Generic' USAF (represents 416th FG circa 1948*)



45th TRS, Korea



'Generic' USAF

Football City AF (a 'What If' skin for fans of "The Wingman" series*)


While designed with the Korean War in mind, they are easily used in any 'early jet' scenario.

All skins are in DDS format. Decal randomization is set to TRUE for all skins. The 8th FBGs 3 squadrons have 95% historicaly accurate serial numbers. The 416th skin has 'semi-hisorical' serials (meaning they ARE for F-80Cs), and all the nose arts from the original release for Pasko's F-80C. The RF-80 and T-33 have 'generic' serials, but reflect actual aircraft, though no squadron affiliation was discoverable.


Drop tanks for all are 'built in' to the aircraft lod; weapons data inis included, as are the pilot figures and seat. Bombs and rockets are NOT included; they're in the GunnyPak, and the soon-to-be-released KAW Weapons pak.


The canopy for all is controlled via the standard Animations Keystroke ™, Shift/0


Happy Hunting!


kevin stein


*you all KNOW how much I hate wasting good decals!!! <grin>


Updated: corrected 36th FBS skin

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They're beautiful skins as always, but they seem to represent the F-80C after 1951. For those of us fighting 1950-early 51 Korea campaigns, the older style markings (like the upper 2), rather than the ones with the "sunrays" on the tail (lower) might be more apropos. Wondering if you or someone had those in the pipeline. Thanks.


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