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F-5E and F-5EM Tigre Brazilian Air Force (Pack)

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F-5 Tigre Brazilian Air Force (Pack)

 

The Tiger in Brazil

 

In Brazil, the history of the F-5 started in practice in March 1975, however, he was quoted to equip the FAB since 1965, in its version F-5A / B. In 1967, he was again contemplated, this time as a design vector SISDACTA. The preference was for the F-4 Phantom, but this was vetoed by the Americans, who in turn offered the F-5C (version proposed by Northrop with improvements based on the evaluation report made in Vietnam).

The impasse U.S. favored the French, having acquired the FAB 16 Dassault Mirage III. A new international contest held in 1971 to replace the AT-33A, attended the Fiat G-91, MB-326K, Harrier Mk-50, Jaguar GR1 and A-4F, won by Northrop fighter now in his version F-5E. Began a long and successful history of the Tiger II in FAB, which still continues today and is expected to last until 2018. The FAB received six F-5B (FAB 4800-4805), 4 F-5F (FAB 4806-4809) and 58 F-5E (FAB 4820-4877) that were acquired in two separate batches. The first batch in 1973, factory direct (06 F + 36 F-5B-5D), the value of $ 115 million and the second batch in 1988, former USAF (04 F-22 F-5F and 5E), the total cost of $ 13.1 million. The first aircraft of "Operation Tiger", became known as the transfer of the first batch were delivered from February 28, 1975 in Palmdale. Were three F-5B, which arrived in Brazil on 06 March of the same year, followed by another three F-5B on 13 May. On June 12, 1975, came the first 4 F-5E to BAGL, starting an airlift that ended on February 12 of the following year, totaling 36 aircraft.

In 1985, after much searching, we reached an agreement with the Reagan administration, which agreed to negotiate 4 F-5F and 22 F-5E, which would come from the ranks of the USAF, at a cost of $ 13.1 million, a trifle. Around September 2006, it was speculated acquisition of 9 aircraft F-5E Tiger II, used in Saudi Arabia, 6 F-5E and F-5F 3. This purchase, however, went no further, come to the Brazilian Air Force to acquire a lot of aircraft of the Royal Jordanian Air Force. In total 11 aircraft were purchased, and 8 single-seat F-5E and F-5F 3 seaters. The first aircraft coming from Jordan arrived in Brazil on August 19, 2008 and were sent to the Air Force Material Park of São Paulo (PAMA-SP). All the F-5 ex-Jordan should be converted to the standard F-and F-5FM 5EM.

 

4 Planes, 3 models and 3 Skins

- F-5E Tigre II

- F-5E Tigre II "Ex-Aggressor"

- F-5EM Tigre II "Ex-Aggressor"

- F-5EM Tigre II

(Included but the Old F-5E "F-5EM 4856 Ex-Aggressor")

 

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O Tigre no Brasil

 

No Brasil, a história do F-5 iniciou na prática em março de 1975, porém, ele esteve cotado para equipar a FAB desde 1965, em sua versão F-5A/B. Em 1967, ele foi novamente cogitado, desta vez como vetor do projeto SISDACTA. A preferência era para o F-4 Phantom, mas este foi vetado pelos americanos, que em contrapartida ofereceram o F-5C (versão proposta pela Northrop com melhorias baseadas no relatório de avaliação feito no Vietnã).

O impasse norte-americano favoreceu os franceses, tendo a FAB adquirido 16 Dassault Mirage III. Numa nova disputa internacional, realizada a partir de 1971 para substituir os AT-33A, na qual participaram o Fiat G-91, MB-326K, Harrier Mk-50, Jaguar GR1 e A-4F, saiu vencedor o caça da Northrop, agora em sua versão F-5E. Começava a longa história de sucesso do Tiger II na FAB, que continua até hoje e ainda deve durar até 2018. A FAB recebeu 6 F-5B (FAB 4800 a 4805), 4 F-5F (FAB 4806 a 4809) e 58 F-5E (FAB 4820 a 4877) que foram adquiridos em dois lotes distintos. O primeiro lote em 1973, direto da fábrica (06 F-5B + 36 F-5E), ao valor de US$ 115 milhões e o segundo lote, em 1988, ex-USAF (04 F-5F e 22 F-5E), ao custo total de US$ 13,1 milhões. As primeiras aeronaves da "Operação Tigre", como ficou conhecido o translado do primeiro lote, foram entregues a partir de 28 de fevereiro de 1975 em Palmdale. Eram 3 F-5B, que chegaram ao Brasil no dia 06 de março do mesmo ano, sendo seguidos de outros 3 F-5B em 13 de maio. Em 12 de junho de 1975, chegavam os primeiros 4 F-5E à BAGL, dando início a uma ponte aérea que só terminaria em 12 de fevereiro do ano seguinte, totalizando 36 aeronaves.

Em 1985, depois de muito procurar, chegou-se a um acordo com o governo Reagan, que aceitou negociar 4 F-5F e 22 F-5E, que sairiam das fileiras da USAF, a um custo de US$ 13,1 milhões, uma bagatela. Por volta de Setembro de 2006, especulava-se a aquisição de 9 aeronaves F-5E Tiger II, usadas da Arábia Saudita, sendo 6 F-5E e 3 F-5F. Esta compra, entretanto, não foi adiante, vindo a Força Aérea Brasileira a adquirir um lote de aeronaves pertencentes à Real Força Aérea da Jordânia. No total foram compradas 11 aeronaves, sendo 8 F-5E monoplaces e 3 F-5F biplaces. As primeiras aeronaves vindas da Jordânia chegaram no Brasil em 19 agosto de 2008 e foram enviadas ao Parque de Material da Aeronáutica de São Paulo (PAMA-SP). Todas os F-5 ex-Jordânia deverão ser convertidos para o padrão F-5EM e F-5FM.

 

4 Planes, 3 models and 3 Skins (Incluido o mas Antigo F-5E "F-5EM 4856 ex-Aggressor")

 

 

CREDITS:

 

- Texture - PauloPanz, Denis Oliveira

- 3D mod - Denis Oliveira

- Decals - PauloPanz, Denis Oliveira

- Data ini - PauloPanz, Denis Oliveira

- Cockpit and Avioncs ini - Coupi

- F/A-18A Cockpit-Brain32

- F/A-18A Avionics-Crusader e CrazyhorseB34

- Boz for temps

- Mike 1 for original SF-1 great skins.

- Soulfreak for FAB Grey one

- The Mirage Factory for the plane (original readmes in proper folder)

- Sony Tucson & Boz for temps (mixed and edited)

- Mike 1 for original NVAF & VPAF skins

- Eburger 68 for data.ini edits in Viet pack




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