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[fictional] SF2 PZL-230ME Ukrainian Air Force

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[fictional] SF2 PZL-230ME Ukrainian Air Force


Here's my fictional mod of the export version of the PZL-230 belonging to the Ukrainian Air force.

The original aircraft and templates were made by @Leopardo.  It uses mostly weapons available in the RSSW pack by @Snailman.

Five skins are included:

  • green camo based on a historical Su-25 livery
  • grey camo based on the original skin available with the PZL-230F
  • green splinter camo  based on a modern Ukrainian Su-25 livery
  • blue splinter camo based on a Ukrainian MiG-29 camo by @EricJ
  • grey pixel camo based on the 299BRTA Su-25 livery

To install, copy the contents of the 'to mod folder' into your mod folder. Overwrite when asked - I modified some of the weapons to make them work with this aircraft. Read the Knowledge Base for more information about installing mods.

The contents of this pack are subject to the Combatace Freeware License and cannot be distributes as payware.


 

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9 hours ago, dsawan said:

thx for this. Possibiltyto do fictional Belarus or Latvia?

Maybe. I am oly doubtful about Latvia needing a mud mover like this. They have no real combat aircraft and if they ever buy any, I guess they would be multirole fighters in the first place or some cheap trainers with combat capabilities. I know it's a fictional mod but I'd like to stay a little reallistic.

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