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Boeing B-52K Stratofortress B.1


Boeing B-52K Stratofortress B.1 for STRIKE FIGHTERS 1

This is a 'what if' B-52K in service with Royal Air Force South East Asia Command with markings for No.9 Squadron. I've already done this for SF2 so thought I'd make it available for SF1 with a little change of decals.


INSTRUCTIONS

1. From the AIRCRAFT folder drag and drop the B-52K folder into your Aircraft folder.

2. From the DECALS folder drag and drop the B-52K into your Decals folder.

As this is a non-flyable I've included a makeshift cockpit which works best with cockpit toggle off as it leaves you with a fairly decent bombsight.


CREDITS

Thanks to TK for a great little game/sim.

And thanks to everyone in the wider Third Wire community.

Regards

Spinners

Version 1 - 10/03/18


 

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still issues with downloading this and your other files. No issue with sf2 or anotha website. 

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It works fine! The problem is at your end.

Are you, perhaps, downloading from the SF1 download section and then trying to use it in SF2?

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hi, just dowlded the su-27 repaint pak as thats the last file in sf2 and it works. However, all your sf1s wont open. I use winzip or izarc. But no issues in sf2 and no I am talking about opening the file itself, not putting them into folder yet.

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There's nothing wrong with my uploads. You must be using the wrong program to open the .rar files.

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