Since a while, I find myself in this condition (see pic).
The RAF roundels are like 4 times the correct size. Happens only with RAF decals (all the other air forces are correct). Also happens on most other RAF planes (like Javelins, Hunters etc).
I was thinking, perhaps some mod broken them, but I'm unable to trace back when it started.
I reckon someone probably incurred in this already, I'd be grateful to know how can it be solved.
I've been playing the North Korea Invades 1950. Lots of fun, although NK birds a lot more numerous than in real life. Anyhow, problem is that the Yak-9Ps are too skillful and deadly. They make mincemeat out of F-80Cs and give F9Fs a hard time. Any way to tone this down, so they're shot down easier--like in real life?
Enjoying the Korean Air War campaign overall. But sometimes, when things get very busy, the framerate will slow almost to a crawl. My setup is the following (relevant info):
i5 2500 (non K)
GTX 1050ti (newish drivers, forget the number exactly, 45X I think)
Sound Blaster Z
Do I need a serious upgrade to cut through the slowdowns and framerate drops?
Attached are a collection of original manuals from the 1950s and 1960s, to help the simulator pilot accurately reproduce aerial engagements from the Korean War and beyond.
The Boyd manuals were found on Mark Hart's website. Originally they were Air Force documents of course, but difficult to find and not in good quality. Mark painstakingly reproduced the documents to their original conditions. His contact information and how he restored each manual is included in the individual pdfs.
Included are three RAF manuals from WWII. "Bag the Hun" is fairly well known and available from other sources.
The RAF "Manual of Air Tactics" was more difficult to find, I ended up reaching out to and paying for a copy from the British Archives. If you are trying to fly accurate tactics in a Battle of Britain mission this is for you.
The last manual "Tactical Bulletin 15" is actually USAAF pilot Reade Tilley's "Hints on Hun Hunting, issued to allied pilots flying in the Mediterranean theatre, and marks the shift in tactics and formations from the Finger-Four to Line Abreast. Interesting stuff.