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SF2 Lockheed WV-2/EC-121K Pack by RussoUK 1.0.0

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SF2 Lockheed WV-2/EC-121K Pack by RussoUK       8/20/2020

-For SF2, Any and All (Full 4/5 Merged Reccomended)

"Quarantine Approved - Essential Mods"

This package contains a new aircraft, the Lockheed WV-2/EC-121K Warning Star Airborne Early Warning and Control aircraft as used by the US Navy.

This aircraft comes complete with everything needed, and has skins that represent the following units, as is my habit one Atlantic and one Pacific based units:

VW-1 "Typhoon Hunters", based at Barbers Point HI & NAS Agana, Guam
VW-11, based at NAS Argentia, NFLD

The aircraft is presented in two finishes; overall DGNB (VW-11), and DGNB with the anti-heat white upper fuselage (VW-1). Both aircraft have 18 BuNum (serial number) decals, and decal randomization is TRUE. On the Numbers.lst, any marked with a star (*) are 100% historicaly correct for that unit, and have been matched to their Modex number. Those not marked should be considered 'generic' in nature.

When in game, on the Aircraft Selection Dropdown menu, you'll see:

WV-2/EC-121K Warning Star (R)

Hopefully, will diferentiate it from any other EC-121s that you may (or may not) have, or be available. The "R" stands for RussoUK, the model maker. The "WV-2" was the original designation when the aircraft was placed in service in 1954. It was renumbered to "EC-121" in the early 1960s, during the "Great McNamara Renaming & Consolidation" of all US military aircraft.

As is always reccommended, unzip to a temp folder or your desktop to give easy access to the rest of this readme for it's install instructions. Also, the credits list all the original FSX model & skin creators.

Happy Landings!
Kevin Stein

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Thanks to both of you! 

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:no:The white top blue bottom skin is the same as that in the wikipedia article about the EC-121M shot down by North Korean migs in 1969.

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