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Seafire MkIII, No.887 NAS, Fleet Air Arm, 1945

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Seafire MkIII, No.887 NAS, Fleet Air Arm, 1945

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Seafire MkIII, No.887 Naval Air Squadron Fleet Air Arm, HMS Indefatigable, Okinawa, April 1945 - Japanese Coast, August 1945.

 

It is a little known fact that aircraft of the Royal Navy British Pacific Fleet fought at Okinawa and participated in the final air attacks on the Japanese mainland.

 

All serial numbers included in this package correspond to Seafire MkIII aircraft which served with 887 NAS at some point between late 1944 and the end of the War. Where possible, known individual numbers have been allocated to the correct aircraft. These are marked with an asterisk in the loadout menu.

 

Alternative lower resolution (1024x1024) skin files are included.

 

For use ONLY with SF2 including the Israel Expansion Pack. This will NOT work if you do not have the stock TW Spitfires installed and working.


 

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Heh, I knew. They are a flyable squadron in Il-2: 1946 ;-).

 

Great addon at any rate. Hope we get to see more like this !

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Super work!! :good:

 

Isn't it supposed to be carrier capable? I had to mod it to fly from carriers.

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LoL! Yes, it is - only I haven't a clue how to do that. Feel free to add an update if you like!

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nigel: check the french seafire release thread here; I've posted the necessary ini edits.

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nigel: check the french seafire release thread here; I've posted the necessary ini edits.

 

yep, you hit a couple of points I missed. Thanks!

 

I also combined several of the squadron files into the same plane (so I didn't have four or five versions of a Mk something). I'd be glad to post a combined set, including carrier capable Seafires if requested/authorized.

Edited by Typhoid

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Kevin - both updated, tested and working.

 

Typhoid - kind of you to offer, but as many of these have modified parts which are not always immediately obvious, I'm keeping them all well separate.

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Kevin - both updated, tested and working.

 

Typhoid - kind of you to offer, but as many of these have modified parts which are not always immediately obvious, I'm keeping them all well separate.

 

Roger, Aye Aye!

 

:salute:

 

awesome work. :good:

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