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Strike Fighters 2: War For Israel v3 Patch

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30 APR 2013


Strike Fighters 2: War For Israel V3.04 Cumulative Patch

For SF2:Israel with SF2:North Atlantic. or

SF2,SF2:E,SF2:V,SF2:NA with SF2:Israel Merged Install.




To Install:

Run the Installer and point it to the Saved Game folder

"StrikeFighters2 WarForIsrael" Mod Root Directory.

Overwrite if it asked.




Thanks to Stary, saisran, Slartibartfast, AggressorBLUE for

their help.




Edited by Spectre8750

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Version 3.03 is uploaded,

this should help overall gameplay. Should now be ready for addons.

Coming: updated Taiwan, Korea Modern Warfare complete addons for this Mod. Also Persian Gulf, Libya and Iran 2003+ by Wrench. Modified for this Mod.

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Thanks for a great job once again!


I´ve discovered this: ClubMed´82 has a problem concerning A-6 skins. Every A-6 squadron that I´ve seen while playing the campaign has been without skin. It is possible and even likely that I have somehow messed it up, but please,

tell me a way how to fix this.


Kind Regards,



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i loaded the mod from scratch yesterday to check it, and the skins are showing. check the A-6E_79 Skin folders and make sure that the skins are there. if not, reinstall and make sure the correct

mod root folder is selected.

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Hi, Spectre8750! I did the same as you and everything is working just fine. My bad, my apoligies.



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Hi Spectre - great campaign, love what you and the community have put together. Wondering if you have any guidance, am flying an F-18E campaign and in the second mission the CVW seems to have wandered amongst the OpFor fleet! Feature or bug? Haven't been able to find he right answer elsewhere, appreciate the assist. Thanks in advance.

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That was Intentional. The Campaign can be difficult, it's an Air, Land and Sea Campaign.  I know i have some squadrons in a bad way, some worse than other, Single Missions too.

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