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SF2 Vought TF-8 Crusader Pack (What If...)

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SF2 Vought TF-8 Crusader Pack 4/8/2016

 

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

 

*Note: you =MUST= have, as stated above have, at minimum, a Full-4 merged install, as this mod makes use of many items, from several versions of the games. A Full 5 with NA is reccomended. There are many "bits" required, most notably the cockpit referenced is from the A-7E Corsair II.*

 

This package contains a (somwhat) fictional outgrowth of the Vought F-8 Crusader. In the Real World ™, only ONE TF-8 Crusader was built (it's on display in the Naval Aviation Museum at Pensocla, FL). This assumes that Vought and the Navy chose to expand the production/refurbishment of early model Crusaders into the 2 seat variant seen here. The aircraft has expanded capabilites in both Air-to-Air and Air-to-Ground mission tasking (see Notes for more details on the factory modifications, and squadron decals used.)

 

This package contains the following skin sets:

 

USN, early (Gull Grey/White
USMC, early (Gull Grey/White
USN, Late (TPS low visibility grey)
French Navy, early (Gull Grey/White)
French Navy, late (Overall Blue) - both tagged for Flotille 12

 

The SF2 "date switch" is used for the USN and French Skins. The USMC skin stays in Grey/white for it's service life. All skins are in jpg format. Damage textures are in DDS format.
All markings are decals, and with few exceptions, reference stock 3W Modex and Squadron tail markings. Decal randomization for all skins is TRUE. All weapons used are also stock items (note: the WalleyeIIIER -may- be an SF2NA only weapon; this has not been confirmed)

 

As always, fairly easy to follow, detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. Indeed, one would be well served by reading all the Notes section as well.

 

Happy Landings!
Wrench
Kevin Stein




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