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Canberra B(I).58

Tropicalized B(I)8 for India. In January 1957 India placed a large order for the Canberra:
a total of 54 B(I)58 bombers that later became 79. It was used by No. 5, 6, 16, 35 Squadrons and JBCU OCU.
First used in combat by the IAF in 1962, the Canberra was employed during the UN campaign against the breakaway Republic of Katanga in Africa.
During the Indo-Pakistani Wars of the 1960s and 1970s.
The entire Indian Air Force Canberra fleet was grounded and then retired following the crash of an IAF Canberra in December 2005.
After 50 years of service, the Canberra was finally retired by the IAF on 11 May 2007.


- a new plane
- 11 skins, historical decals, screen
- weapons, sounds, guns, pilot


- BobRock: plane model
- Soulfreak: templates
- GhostRider883: references & help
- paulopanz: skins, decals, screens, ini edits


- all in main mod folder








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@paulopanz Something I noticed, the main .ini lists the following:






However, the other distance LODs are not included. This applies to other Canberra packages based on the Canberra_B-I-Mk8.lod as well.

Apart from this "bug" reporting, much thanks for completing the Canberra series! :drinks:

Edited by Menrva

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This harmless "bug"  was in original pack Carlo sent to me and I haven't checked because .... it's not a real bug.




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