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True VAPAF Complete


TRUE VPAF

 

Decals, Skins and Userlists

 

A mod to enhance our SF-2 immersion, to use mostly in our custom campaigns.

 

In fact I was bored of all that Charlies whith all the same serial numbers for every plane model …

 

So I took the real numbers and made the correct serial for EVERY known VPAF plane.

 

You’ll find the Ace’s name who flown each aircraft, if known, beside his number, too.

 

I worked on the userlists to alllow the program to use in VietnamSea theatre a VPAF and not a Soviet Skin.

 

These are models You have:

 

Mig-17 20 planes

 

Mig-17F 178 planes (some others not confirmed are omitted)

 

Mig-17PF 10 planes and new skin.

 

Mig-19S/J-6 60 planes (correct userlist for Mig-19S)

 

Mig-21F 30 planes and a new skin little reworked.

 

Mig-21PFV (or better PFL) 30 planes

 

Mig-21PFM 111 planes

 

Mig-21MF 60 planes

 

Mig-21bis [bonus plane (not for Vietnam war)] with skin, correct userlist and 42 known plane numbers.

 

Mig-15 UTI (only one number is known, the other are presumed) Skin for Pasko/Shusjake model [http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autocom=downloads&showfile=8547] and new userlist file included.

 

Mig-15 bis (only 7 number are known, the plane has’nt a great usage) Skin for Pasko/Shusjake model and new userlist file included.

 

Il-28 There was a squadron of 8/10 planes that took not active partecipation in Vietnam war, but now you have the choice to use. (Only tree numbers are known and only one is confirmed, the others are “presumed” by me). Silver and Green skin are included togheter with a correct userlist.

 

To install: let the new folders in the pack override previous ones. Stock install is not modded except for Mig-17F and Mig-21PFM that use only new number sets that are over 100!

 

 

Credits:

 

- Pasko & Shusjake for Mig-15UTI and Mig-15bis SF-2 models;

- Guest for his “classic” Il-28 green skin;

- Gerwin for his irreplaceable CatPack Archiving utility;

 

 

 

References:

 

- Istvcm Toperczer Mig-17 & Mig-19 units of Vietnam War Osprey Combat Aircraft n. 25;

- Istvcm Toperczer Mig-21 units of Vietnam War Osprey Combat Aircraft n. 29;

- Yefim Gordon Mig-15 by Aerofax;

- Yefim Gordon Mig-17 by Aerofax;

- Yefim Gordon Mig-19 by Aerofax;

- Yefim Gordon & Dmitriy Komissarov Mig-21 by Midland;

- Yefim Gordon & Dmitriy Komissarov Il-28 by Airlife;

 

 

Enjoy

 

Paulo Nguyen Le Panz :biggrin:


 

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Very impressive amount of detail Paulo. Thanks for putting this together!

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Very impressive amount of detail Paulo. Thanks for putting this together!

 

 

My pleasure, Sir.

 

 

Paul

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Very impressive amount of detail Paulo. Thanks for putting this together!

 

 

Have to agree with Mr. ST0RM. :good:

Edited by Spillone104

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Have to agree with Mr. ST0RM. :good:

 

 

Thank you / Grazie

 

 

Paolo :biggrin:

 

 

 

 

 

 

P.S. Maybe someone of the "mighty admins" could find a right place for this pack in the new SF-2 section.

Edited by paulopanz

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Quite a project. This looks like a must-have for WOV fans. Downloading now. Thanks very much.

 

Mike D.

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Truly outstanding work. One issue though: No numbers are visible at Mig-21 PFV, just the national insignia.

 

All Ok for me.

 

Maybe the plane decal number was too big for the historical decal numbers, that aren't a complete '100' set.

A dot instead of a number in the lodout page tells you this.

 

So, please, choose the number You like from the list and fly.

It'ld work.

 

Thank you and let me know something.

 

Paul :bye:

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Quite a project. This looks like a must-have for WOV fans. Downloading now. Thanks very much.

 

Mike D.

 

 

Hi Mike,

You are too kind .... Your suggestions will be wellcome for the upgrade of the pack.

Paul :yes:

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hiiiiiii ice cube could u help me

 

 

Sorry but this summer, in Italy, we have finished ALL our ice cubes .... :tumbleweed:

 

 

Paul

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