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SF2 DH Sea Osprey S.1 "What If.." 1.0.0

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SF2 DH Sea Osprey S.1 Pack (What If...) by Cocas             10/29/2017

= 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, most importantly, a (heavily) modified version of the stock F-4B cockpit. Therefore, it's vitally important that your game version has access to this cockpit.*

The is the release of a new "What If..." bomber by Cocas Air Factory, the DH Sea Osprey S.1 for Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm usage.  This is 4 jet engined medium bomber for use in the strike, interdiction and recon roles. The aircraft has been tested in the SF2:NA, Full-5 environment, and is carrier capable/certified/capable. Wingfold uses the Standard Animation Keystroke (tm), Shift/9.

The aircraft comes with 2 skins:

FAA1 - 1950s style, extra dark sea gray over FAA sky (1955-1962) as based aboard HMS Ocean and carries the 804 Squadron "Tiger & Sword" badge on the nose

FAA2 - 1960s style EDSG over white (1962-1970, land based) RNAS Lossimouth, 738 NAS "Black Pegasus" badge on the nose.

All markings are decals, and decal randomization is TRUE. Weapons used are all stock 3W items. Skins are in jpg format, and damage textures are DDS. All other parts (pilots, seats, etc) are supplied. More decals are supplied for the various RN CVs and several other squadrons (see "Notes" for full list).

As always, fairly easy to follow, detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. One can find more fun reading all the Notes section as well!

Happy Landings!
Kevin Stein

-- for Cocas Aircraft Factory --

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