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SF2 TMF Mirage IIICZ (SAAF) by PCG Upgrade/Remod Pack 1.0.0

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SF2 TMF Mirage IIICZ (SAAF) by PCG Upgrade/Remod Pack       3/24/2024

-For SF2, Any and All-(Full 5 Merged Suggested)

Found in the Archives! Didn't even know there WAS a TMF version! But here it is!!! :)
This is a full upgrade/remod pack for The Mirage Factory's Dassault Mirage IIICZ by PCG as used by the South AFrican Air Force.

Even though there is =NOT= a stock 3W Mirage IIICZ per se, this is set up and labeled to cause =NO= conflicts with any (other) Mirages available for the game (including the version built by Ludo M.54 from a stock 3W Mirage). Skins remain in their original bmp format.  All necessary items are provided, weapons, pilots, seats, sounds, effects, and so forth (most weapons used ARE stock 3W items, with few exceptions). This is a "nationalized" single-user only aircraft.

This aircraft is supplied with 3 skins:

"NMF"- as originally delivered
"Camo1" - Tan/Green (<1971)
"Lo-Viz" - 2-tone Blue & Grey (~1982)

All 16 CZs served with No.2 Squadron, “Flying Cheetahs”.
All skins use the same 'pool' of 16 ID/serial numbers. As can be expected, the SF2 Date Switch (tm) is active, and the LoViz skin starts in 1982 (best guess! based upon Ludo's Mirage F1CZ_Late). Also, the Date Switch is used on the Loadout ini, as newer missiles become available.

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

Mirage IIICZ (TMF)

So you can't mistake them for anything else but TMF Birds (tm).

As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. So, please read them. All original readmes, when discoverable, are included. The 'Change Log' is, as always, in the Notes section below. As an Extra Added Bonus (tm), I've included a bunch of PDFs I found online, documenting the Development & History of the Mirage III & its variants in SAAF service. They are OUTSTANDING docs, and were the basis for some of the changes I've implemented here. Well worth the read!

Happy Landings!
Kevin Stein

For Oli and The Mirage Factory


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