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RAAF F-111C/G/A/RF-111C new skin pack 1.0

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RAAF F-111 reskinning

 

Born in Texas, lived in Queensland - the Pig.

 

Here are new skins for the RAAF F-111s. The SEA camouflage skins have been repainted, mostly in accordance with LeL's SF1 F-111C. In addition to the usual fin squadron markings, the crests are also displayed. The grey skins have also been redone. All of this was done on the new templates provided by slick_cowboy, who more than lives up to his username. In addition to F-111C skins, F-111A, and F-111G skins are provided. In addition, the hypothetical RF-111A from "F-111 Super Vark Pack" has been repurposed as an RF-111C.

 

All serials have been added. The following versions are represented:

  • F-111C (Early)
    • SEA camouflage: 28 serials including the 4 F-111A attrition replacements converted to F-111C. Squadron markings for 1SQN, 6 SQN, and blank squadron markings (which may be accessed by selecting "No. 82 Wing" in the loadout)
    • ARDU SEA camouflage/white - A8-132 only

    [*]F-111C (Late)

    • SEA camouflage: 28 serials including the 4 F-111A attrition replacements converted to F-111C. Squadron markings for 1SQN, 6 SQN, and blank squadron markings (which may be accessed by selecting "No. 82 Wing" in the loadout)
    • Gunship Grey: 28 serials including the 4 F-111A attrition replacements converted to F-111C. Black squadron markings for 1SQN and 6SQN.

    [*]F-111G

    • Gunship Grey, 6SQN (Black tail): 15 serials.
    • Gunship Grey, 6SQN (Blue tail): 15 serials.


  • F-111A
    • SEA camouflage. 4 serials only (A8-109, 112, 113, 114). New userlist.ini with RAAF service from 1982-1984.
    • An alternate loading screen, featuring a RAAF F-111A still fitted with short wings is also provided.

    [*]RF-111C

    • SEA camouflage: 28 serials including the 4 F-111A attrition replacements converted to F-111C. Squadron markings for 1SQN, 6 SQN, and blank squadron markings (which may be accessed by selecting "No. 82 Wing" in the loadout)
    • Gunship Grey: 28 serials including the 4 F-111A attrition replacements converted to F-111C. Black squadron markings for 1SQN and 6SQN.


 


Important notes:

  • All squadron markings are at the decal level, they are not painted on. The numbers used are as follows. If you need to edit them, please do so.
  • 1SQN: 716
  • 82WG: 726
  • 6SQN: 787
  • ARDU: 725

 


For the squadronlist.ini:

 

[squadron716]
Name=1SQNRAAF
DisplayName=No. 1 Squadron
Nation=Australia

 

[squadron726]
Name=82RAAF
DisplayName=No. 82 Wing
Nation=Australia

 

[squadron725]
Name=ARDU
DisplayName=Aircraft Research and Development Unit
Nation=Australia

 

[squadron787]
Name=6RAAF
DisplayName=No. 6 Squadron
Nation=Australia

  • The nose wheel door buzz numbers are missing. There is an apparent issue in the LOD file that prevents their display. This was discovered after testing.

 


Extras:


These can be added by altering the name of the standard squadron decals (named "raaflsqnXXX.tga" and "raafrsqnXXX.tga", and copying the non-standard markings in, or you may simply overwrite the standard markings)

 


Installation instructions

  • Remove and backup all existing skins for the F-111C(Early), F-111C(Late), and the RAAF skin for the F-111G.
  • Copy "Objects" into your mod folder.
  • Merge and overwrite as necessary

 


Credits:

  • slickcowboy: Templates
  • LeL: Skin patterns
  • FastCargo and the crew on the F-111 Super Vark Pack

 


If anyone has been missed, or any individuals on the Super Vark Pack team wish to be mentioned personally, please contact me.




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