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oh, my! an R-4!!

 

verrrrrrrrrry cool!!

 

Wrench, if I recall correctly that R-4 will fit nicely into the Burma-Southeast Asia Terrain you are working on.

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you mean the one I stopped working on last summer? Maybe, one day, I'll get back to it.

 

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I wonder if yakarov will be surprising us the the S-51 (HO3S) and S-55 (HO4S/H-19) at some point ...????

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you mean the one I stopped working on last summer? Maybe, one day, I'll get back to it.

 

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I wonder if yakarov will be surprising us the the S-51 (HO3S) and S-55 (HO4S/H-19) at some point ...????

 

And an H-34. Choctaw / Sea Horse beyond .

CL

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don't forget with the Choctaw, there'd have to be 2 versions --

the US radial piston engine

the UK Wessex with turbine ---

 

think of the possibilities!!

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@ charlielima. You are teasin on sensitive spots....Nam/CSAR/BrownWater/

 

and mail , payroll, the Admirals aid and the chaplain ?

 

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At the time of the German invasion, Belgium operated a few Br.19s in its advanced training school.  Some were pressed into a communications role.

Early progress shots.

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Nice-looking Breguet. And it looks like a new model, not the existing A-Team model.

Obligatory screenshot, the Breguet's companion-in-arms, the Belgian Fairey Fox Mk.VI:

 

 

Fox6.JPG

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Actually, the Br.19 is by Stephen1918 and is available on the FE downloads.  As the Belgian Br.19s were mainly built as recon (A) or bombers (B) I'm still tossing up whether to paint in bomb bay doors, an aiming portal for the pilot and changing the loadout to include 50kg of small bombs carried vertically.

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Thanks mate, I had missed that release, I have it now.

Looking forward to the Belgian skin.

Obligatory screenshot: the Netherlands Douglas 8A-3N in 1940

 

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Don't know, this Netherland's version is from the A-Team's WW2 Europe Mod (I love all those early-WW2 aircraft).

I think the Netherlands skin is the only one they did.

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Well, that's  a start on the fuselage.  Now on to the wings.

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I've managed to move the loadout to under the fuselage but can't get rid of the wing bomb racks. I've forgotten so much while away.

Maybe a Greek Skin next.

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To remove the underwing bomb racks from the Br19, in the [AircraftData] section add the following components:


Component[015]=RemoveBit1
Component[016]=RemoveBit2
Component[017]=RemoveBit3
Component[018]=RemoveBit4


Then add:

[RemoveBit1]
ModelNodename=Empty
DestroyedNodeName=LBombRack
DetachWhenDestroyed=TRUE
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE

[RemoveBit2]
ModelNodename=Empty
DestroyedNodeName=LOBombRack
DetachWhenDestroyed=TRUE
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE

[RemoveBit3]
ModelNodename=Empty
DestroyedNodeName=RBombRack
DetachWhenDestroyed=TRUE
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE

[RemoveBit4]
ModelNodename=Empty
DestroyedNodeName=ROBombRack
DetachWhenDestroyed=TRUE
HasAeroCoefficients=FALSE

 

That should work :)

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Thanks mate!  I'll give it a try.

In the meantime, I've nearly finished a Belgian Br19 (Ecole d’aéronautique). Just need to do some decals for the "Br19A2B2" and aircraft numbers for the tail.

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A slightly different take on the Spanish Civil War - Alas Rojas Squadron.  Equipped with 9 Br.19s, 4 Nieuport 52s, 1 Fokker F.VIIB, 1 DH89 Dragon Rapide and  a mix of civilian aircraft.

 

Alas Rojas.jpg

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