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SF2 WW2 CBI RAF Mohawk Mk.IV

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SF2 WW2 CBI RAF Mohawk Mk.IV 2/5/2014

 

-- Something for the CBI players --

 

= For SF2, Full-4/5 Merged (Reccomended/Preferred) =

 

*There is a possibility that this mod will =MAY= work in SF/Wo* 1stGen game

installs; However, due to the excessive modifications made to fit them into the

SF2 environment, not all things will work. End Users ™ do so at their own

risk.*

 

**Notex2: These aircraft should =ONLY= be used in a seperate CBI-centric mods

folder to prevent them from showing up where, historically, they shouldn't. The

Aircraft/GroundObject sets for CBI are substantially different from the Central

or SouthWest Pacific areas.**

 

This pack contains modifications/reskin/redecaling/etc of Wolf257's P-36

aircraft, and create a nation-specific version for use in the China-Burma-India

Theatre by the RAF. This pak contains a skin for:

 

No. 5 Squadron, RAF

 

As seen in the Assam & Imphal Valleys, and Eastern Bengal in late 1941 thru

1942 (end of service approx 1944). It is finished in standard Temperate Day

Scheme, with full color markings.

 

A new (semi) compliant SF2 FM was cobbled together. As has become expected, the

FM is NOT perfect, and needs further fine-tuning by Experts.

New "box art" style hangar screen, New DDS damage textures, New (AvHistory)

Engine sound, and a new 20# RAF bomb. The skin remains in BMP format, and decal

randomization is set to TRUE. As is usual, all lighting is 100% historically

correct.

Serial numbers are also historicaly correct for th Mohawk II/III/IV, but should

be considered "generic" in nature, as they represent no particular aircraft

with the unit depicted.

All markings are decals, making it easier for other skinners to replicate the

other Mohawk units in the CBI.

 

When in-game, you'll see

 

Mohawk IV (W)

 

on the aircraft selection drop down menu. The "W" is for "Wolf". This is done

as a 'just in case' Raven is working on a newer version (which I believe to be

the case, maybe?).

 

As always, fairly easy to follow, highly detailed install instructions are

included. So, please read them.

 

Happy Hunting!

Wrench

Kevin Stein




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