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RB-57A Canberra for SF2

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RB-57A Canberra for SF2

RB-57A Canberra


= For SF2, Any and All =


* Note: Full-4 Merged reccomended; can be used in any game install with access to the STOCK CanberraB2, as it uses this lod (probably SF2:E?? IIRC!!) *


This is a full, complete aircraft mod containing everything needed to just unzip and fly!


2 new skins and decal sets are provided, representing the


30th TRS, 66th TRW at Sembach during 1956/58 (Natural Metal)

363rd TRW at Shaw AFB, South Carolina from initial delivery to the late 1950s (Night Intruder Black)


All serial numbers are 100% historically accurate for the aircraft and units depicted, excpeting the last 3 for the 30th ... they're fillers, but ARE for RB-57As (most likely from the 345th BW).

With the exception of the tail marking (yes, I had to paint them on!), all others are decals.


Minor ini edits add an audio RWR, and a very simple ground mapping radar (see notes for other explinations and such). Although designed with RECON in mind, like the actual aircraft, it still carries it's offensive bombload for Strike (ie: Night Interdiction). However, the A models (like the Canberra B2 they're derived from) carry NO guns, so I've limited the Mission Tasking to RECON and STRIKE. All weapons used (well, ok -the bombs!-) are stock in-game items.


As always, fairly easy to follow, yet detailed install instructions are included. Please read them!


Good Hunting!


kevin stein

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