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hiya guys!

 

Thought id share 2 simple mods i did to create more accurate Iraqi mig-23s for TW games:

 

I played around slightly with the stock textures in the game to get a slightly more worn look, but the important addition is the modification of the decal placements: Iraqi mig-23s followed a USAF insignia style, having the national marking on the upper port wing/lower starboard wing.

 

additionally most of the fin flashes were painted on the ground and appear slanted when the aircraft is flying level in the air.

 

Hope you guys find these useful :)

 

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http://www.filefactory.com/file/ag9286e/n/Iraqi_MiG-23MF_rar

 

zxr0ih.jpg

 

http://www.filefactory.com/file/ag9287h/n/Iraqi_MiG-23BN_rar

 

Regards

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The point is that the Iraqi MiG-23BN was mounted rod receiving fuel.

 

Most recently lindr2 created a model of the Iraqi MiG-23BN in mind that this design feature.

And you can expect that this model will soon be available to all.

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The point is that the Iraqi MiG-23BN was mounted rod receiving fuel.

 

Most recently lindr2 created a model of the Iraqi MiG-23BN in mind that this design feature.

And you can expect that this model will soon be available to all.

 

hiya

 

only one iraqi mig-23BN has ever been seen with a refuel probe, with the modification supposedly carried out on only a handful (though yet to see pictorial evidence for mass adoption). a far more common modification being the mounting of ASO-2 chaff/flare dispensors.

 

though both modifications were only ever carried out on a small percentage of the total mig-23bn fleet :)

 

however libya also recieved this modification, though not sure in what number

 

 

 

regards

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In principle, I have not said that all Iraqi MiG-23BN were equipped bar admission of fuel.

But it is the Iraqi vehicles were so equipped.

More than anywhere else in the world like the modernization of MiG-23BN not performed.

Anyway, I'm not aware ...

 

I think that a little later, lindr2 lay out their model for all ...

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I think the MIG-23 in Iraq

used the Russian system.

BVP-50-60 chaff/flare dispensers

 

aviation_afgan_13.jpg

 

used by the Russians Flogger during the Afghanistan campaign.

 

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IAF MiG-23BNs and MiG-27Ms were fitted with chaff/flare dispensers...don't know what these dispensers were called.

23BN

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27M

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In this pylon can carry 1 bomb or a container of chaff / flare.

 

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MIG-23BN

 

with refueling probe

 

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Saludos

 

Marcos

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The photo you uploaded that you can see the cartridge counter measures.

It is normal for anyone, you can see the container of the cartridges.

Which varies only a little aerodynamic shape.

PD:

and the name is invention national . jajajajaja

 

Very good picture.

I love the details.

thanks

ghostrider883

 

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Marcos

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ghostrider883 and Marcos (!)

 

Very helpful photos (!).

And most - on the topic.

I have experienced in his samples found on the MiG-23BN and MiG-27ML device emission of heat trapping ...

This is especially true for variants of the MiG-27M engine AL-31F ...

In general, variants of the lot. Some time ago, gathered modified MiG-27M-96: the long, that it is done, it has created for him ILS ... But it works a lot ...

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hiya!

 

great photos ghostrider! I know the guy who designed this modification...he will appreciate these photos!

 

the insert cartridge pics appear to be from an Argentine mirage 5mara ;) (BTW love your mara mod for WOI!!!)

 

here is a picture of the rear cartridges on the 23bn

 

sxya6g.jpg

 

flare packets are "samp" from israel

 

http://www.imi-israel.com/Product.aspx?Fol...9&docID=434

 

 

suicidal, ive never seen the rear lugs used for flare pods - do you have any pics?

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Unfortunately, I personally interesting and worthy of the photo does not have ...

 

 

I have a question to you, sir, regarding the different position from the BN related to MiG-27, i've been trying to modify it from the ini's unsuccesfully, so, do you have an idea how to do it?

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Colleague FLOGGER23 (!)

 

Unfortunately, I did not understand you ...

Errors of translation, perhaps, to blame ...

 

In the meantime, to answer that more has to change. Ini I worked ...

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Colleague FLOGGER23 (!)

 

Unfortunately, I did not understand you ...

Errors of translation, perhaps, to blame ...

 

In the meantime, to answer that more has to change. Ini I worked ...

 

 

Sorry, my bad, i was meaning to the stance of the plane related to the ground, the MiG-23B/N has ha lower lail stance related to the MiG-27's, my apologies.

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Why FLOGGER23 (?)

After all, what do you wish would not correspond to reality (!).

 

 

Sorry to disagree, but it does; take a look in the tail area related to the ground:

 

I tried to get pictures to show the relevant diference between types. I was told once that it was because the MiG-23BN had one more fuel tank (the MiG-23M/MF too) it had the lower tail stance, but i'm not too sure; now, you guys that know more than i, please tellme if it's possible to modify them?

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Sorry to disagree, but it does; take a look in the tail area related to the ground:

 

[i tried to get pictures to show the relevant diference between types. I was told once that it was because the MiG-23BN had one more fuel tank (the MiG-23M/MF too) it had the lower tail stance, but i'm not too sure; now, you guys that know more than i, please tellme if it's possible to modify them?

 

I think the low stance of 23MF/BN was due to low pressure tyres for operating from rough airfields.

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