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Mirage 5PA3


PAF Mirage 5 PA-3 for SF2(FUll-Merged) OR at least any 1 game Required.

 

This pack represents the Mirage 5PA3 of the Pakistan Air Force used to reinforce the Navy with an Anti-Naval capability.Now the Question is are there other packs which represent this same aircraft?Yes but those packs require DLC to work.
THis package contains the entire Aircraft with the necessary LODS, pilots and weapons hence,becoming a STANDALONE pack for this aircraft.Made specifically for the Indo-Pak Mod.

 

The Mirage 5PA3 was acquired by the Pakistani Air Force as a new build aircraft during the Early eighties and has since been subject to many upgrades.The PA3 is fitted with a CSF Agave Radar for compatability with the (in)famous AM39 Exocet Anti-Ship Missile.Based on the Cockpit images,I chose the cockpit of the Mirage factory Kfir and modified the Radar values to match the real world aircraft.The Loadouts and Mission Data has also been adjusted accordingly aswell.100% Historically accurate Decals to represent aircraft assigned to the 8th Squadron "Haiders" based at PAFB Masroor at Karachi.Due to the limitations of the Mirage Factory Mirage 5BA model,the aircraft is not 100% identical to the real world jet as the nose is a little short and due to the absence of the 'radar bump' beneath the nose.

 

Technical Issues:
1.Since I did not install NA due to space constraints,the Anti-Ship effectiveness of the AM39 Exocet could not be integrated.You can still fire the missile but it won't track towards anything.

 

IMPORTANT:
I HEREBY CLAIM NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY OF THE CHANGES THIS MOD MAY RENDER TO YOUR GAME(Even though it doesn't).IF THIS MOD IS INSTALLED,THEN IT IS DONE ONLY BY THE WILL OF THE USER AND I CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS.INSTALL AT YOUR OWN RISK.(The mod is perfectly safe,but I still claim no responsibility just to be safe!)

 

RELEASED UNDER COMBATACE FREEWARE LICENSE.CANNOT BE USED FOR ANY COMMERCIAL PURPOSES.

 

You are allowed to use this package for your own mod(s).Please give all credit to all the Original Authors whose work has been used here.

 

Credits:
Base textures and LODs:Mirage Factory
Pilot Model:Mirage Factory
Seat:Borrowed from denissoliveira Mirage IIIEP
Fuel Tanks:Mirage Factory
Exocet:Borrowed from FoxMonter Etendard Pack

 


HELP NEEDED:
If anybody can get the Exocet to work properly,then please post it as an update so everyone can benefit from it.Thanks!

 

 

 

Regards;

 

Murtaza Akbar


 

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