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SF2 LE TRIOMPHANT

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Modern French SUBMARINE
for Strike Fighters 2
v1.0: SF2:NA update
LE TRIOMPHANT Class BALLISTIC MISSILE SUBMARINE
This model is not to be used in any commercial or for-profit packages.
It may, however, be used in any freeware mod.
Note:
The weapon systems, collision mesh, and decals have been updated for compatibility with
SF2: North Atlantic and the March 2012 patch.
If you have not installed/do not plan to install either, these models may not work properly.
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Contents:
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Le Triomphant class
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Installation (SF2):
Simply extract each folder into the matching folders in your mod directory.
.......C:\Users\ pc name.....\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 NorthAtlantic\Objects\GroundObject....
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Special thanks:
combatace
TW Game

 

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3D MODEL= AceSfakia
TEXTURES= AceSfakia
DATA.INI = AceSfakia
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The Triomphant class of ballistic missile submarines of the French Navy is the active class of four boats
that entered service in 1997, 1999, 2004, and 2010.
These four supersede the older Redoutable class, and they provide the ocean-based component
(the Force océanique stratégique) of France’s nuclear deterrent strike force, the Force de Frappe.
These ships are the most expensive submarines ever produced costing more than €4 billion.
Their home port is Île Longue, Brest, Western Brittany.
SNLE-NG
In French, these are called Sous-Marin Nucléaire Lanceur d'Engins de Nouvelle Génération
(English: “Next Generation Device-Launching Nuclear Submarine”), abbreviated as SNLE-NG.
They have replaced all of the Redoutable-class boats, with the last of those six boats being
decommissioned in 2008.




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