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  4. Yak-38M_85

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  6. these were we will be posting some work in progress screenshot unless we think that the subject matter needs a topic of its own! first one over the misty mountains of South-East Asia
  7. A few weeks ago windows update installed the latest Nvidia drivers and after some hours of use, I can say that flicker his gone! my specs gt 720 2gb DDR 5 windows 7 I3-2100 3.10 and 4 GB ram Cocas
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  9. View File F-5E Wardog Squadron (Ace Combat 5) What is it? It's a paintscheme for the F-5E Tiger II for the Osean Air Defence Force (or Defense if you're American, or in this case, Osean), 5th Fighter Wing, 108th Tactical Fighter Squadron 'Wardog" from the game Ace Combat 5. The 108th Tactical Fighter Squadron "Wardog", also referred to as Wardog Squadron, was an auxiliary squadron of the Osean Air Defense Force's 5th Fighter Wing stationed at Sand Island Air Force Base. Wardog Squadron was at the forefront of the Circum-Pacific War from its onset. The squadron underwent several changes in command the first day of the war and went on to serve in many of the war's decisive engagements. The Wardog pilots' tactical efficiency was lauded by the Osean military and feared by the Yuktobanians, earning them several nicknames—most famously, "The Demons of Razgriz". Wardog Leader - Jack "Heartbreak" Bartlett - (003) Wardog 4 (Later Wardog Leader) - "Blaze" (The Player) - (016) Wardog 2 - Kei "Edge" Nagase - (007) Wardog 3 - Alvin "Chopper" Davenport - (008) Wardog 4 - Hans "Archer" Grimm - (024) Which addon(s) are required? Northrop F-5E Tiger II by The Mirage Team (Link to File) (You will also have to add a new nation OADF into nations.ini, instructions inside) Credits Skin and Decals : Zachtan1234 Template : Boz (Link to Template) Check out my other work : F-16C Windhover Squadron (Ace Combat 6) F-15C Galm Team (Ace Combat Zero) F-22A Gryphus Squadron (Ace Combat X) F/A-18E Grun Team (Ace Combat Zero) Submitter zachtan Submitted 09/22/2017 Category What If Skins  
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    What is it? It's a paintscheme for the F-5E Tiger II for the Osean Air Defence Force (or Defense if you're American, or in this case, Osean), 5th Fighter Wing, 108th Tactical Fighter Squadron 'Wardog" from the game Ace Combat 5. The 108th Tactical Fighter Squadron "Wardog", also referred to as Wardog Squadron, was an auxiliary squadron of the Osean Air Defense Force's 5th Fighter Wing stationed at Sand Island Air Force Base. Wardog Squadron was at the forefront of the Circum-Pacific War from its onset. The squadron underwent several changes in command the first day of the war and went on to serve in many of the war's decisive engagements. The Wardog pilots' tactical efficiency was lauded by the Osean military and feared by the Yuktobanians, earning them several nicknames—most famously, "The Demons of Razgriz". Wardog Leader - Jack "Heartbreak" Bartlett - (003) Wardog 4 (Later Wardog Leader) - "Blaze" (The Player) - (016) Wardog 2 - Kei "Edge" Nagase - (007) Wardog 3 - Alvin "Chopper" Davenport - (008) Wardog 4 - Hans "Archer" Grimm - (024) Which addon(s) are required? Northrop F-5E Tiger II by The Mirage Team (Link to File) (You will also have to add a new nation OADF into nations.ini, instructions inside) Credits Skin and Decals : Zachtan1234 Template : Boz (Link to Template) Check out my other work : F-16C Windhover Squadron (Ace Combat 6) F-15C Galm Team (Ace Combat Zero) F-22A Gryphus Squadron (Ace Combat X) F/A-18E Grun Team (Ace Combat Zero)
  12. Disregard...ive found the files....odd though
  13. when I opened max again loaded image onto the hawk pit.....hmmmm image wont open.so...went into folder...preview says cant open file....the images worked fine last time used them....so,opened paintshop pro and browsed the folders the images show fine...but will not open....since first look a few images ar now visible.....but the others refuse to open....sizes are there etc....jpegs and psp and psd files....this is odd....hopefully,I recall putting them on a dvd....hope so...any ideas? tried file format assosiation etc....no prog will open them even gimp .only paintshop pro progs will show them in browse or preview mode....anyone know of image cache software os such that will fix this?...tried allsorts its damn weird... cheers hope the back up is indeed backed up .
  14. Radar Jamming: "Defensive Electronic Countermeasures" May 1962 US Navy Training Film Electronic Counter-Countermeasures 1963 US Navy Training Film; Defeating Radar Jamming with ECCM
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  16. For All You Military Guys Out There

    I came across this channel and I figured this is more for those who were or are in the military especially the US Army
  17. Strike Fighters: Modern Combat

    Strike Fighters: Modern Combat Remember the Strike Fighters series, you know the good old days, when most people were using Windows XP and Thirdwire had the Cold War era combat sim market to themselves. The days when free updates would fall from the cloud(s) giving us new game features for no extra cost. When we could marvel at flying iconic aircraft over historical battlefields such as Vietnam, Europe, the middle east, and some made up desert place……..all in the latest Direct X 9 Graphics. We thought those days would last forever, but sadly after a while Thirdwire realised it could no longer afford anything greater than a Mcdonalds double Cheeseburger for its lunch. It then released an ambitious new addition set over the North Atlantic, however sadly the games didn’t fly off the virtual shelves and they realised they couldn’t even afford an out of date cheeseburger from the Iceland budget supermarket chain. Then just as all hope was lost, out of nowhere, lady luck smiled on the starving company and smart phones and tablets rained down from the heavens. Not only were these mini PCs locked down for any old idiot to use, they came with interesting new opportunities to make money. And here we are in good old 2017 with the release of Strike Fighters: Modern Combat. Anyone who has played any of the Strike Fighters mobile series (e.g. Strike Fighters: Attack) will instantly recognise the type of game this is, however there are some changes, and the development of this series has now advanced a bit further on compared to the original Strike Fighters or Strike Fighters: Israel on IOS or Android. Windows 10 This is the first of the series you can buy for a Windows device from the Thirdwire store, so if you are one of the ten people that have a Windows mobile device (including myself yaah!) this might be good news. I however am not going to buy that version and instead am going to review the version on IOS ( iPhone ). Features The controls are pretty much the same as before, tilt the phone to bank, pitch and roll, there is a rudder option in the menu if you must. Because of the large variety of weapons there is a handy mode select (MSL SEL) button to switch ordnance, you always have guns available though(if you have any). Once a weapon is selected it will auto lock onto a relevant target, for example a Radar if you have selected an Anti- Radiation missile, or an aircraft if you have selected an ASRAAM. The veteran F-4 still makes an appearance There is a handy 360 degree radar type screen you get in the top right corner. Advanced jets like the FA-18C will have a Data Link type picture showing all ground and air targets and if they are friend or foe. Less advanced jets like the Su-22M4 only show an older radar type picture with green blobs. (Note the blob with diamond is your primary target set) An auto lock on a ground target brings up a nifty Infra Red (IR) view as you might see from a targeting pod, and you can press Mode to get the 360 degree radar view back at any time. (Not that I can make anything out on a tiny iPhone screen anyway!) When out of view, red arrows will point to the enemy jets and blue arrows to friendlies (just like 1980s computer games!). Green thing acquired sir Missions & Mission Editor The game auto chooses a mission for you (Escort/ Intercept / Fighter sweep / etc) which you then attempt to complete by blowing up as many relevant targets as you can in the given time period. If you destroy all the mission targets your mission ends even earlier.(you can even abort by pressing pause then hitting the cross) On each mission you often have allied jets helping you by blasting those baddies out of the sky! If you want to pay you can unlock the mission editor feature getting options to customise the missions a bit more. Weapons Loadout You can now select weapons (again a paid unlock), and just like in life the more money you have the more you make (perhaps). For example with the F-16 I can remove the tanks and add 4 x GBU-12s to go with 8 x SDBs and 4 x AIMs which is a potential 1600 points yippee! The flying SAM site! Points mean prizes Literally the more points you get the more credit you get. On a typical mission you might get 500 to 1000 points with the right aircraft, choose an A-10C or F-5E for the A-A role though and you had better be good with the gun to rack up the points. More points please – plus purists avert your eyes! Flight models Hmmm……….nothing to see here, I think it might have borrowed the one from the 1980s arcade game Afterburner. The music Yes, you can still switch that off by putting the phone to silent. Payware Well yes, the game is free and you can play it for free, however the aircraft you may want are very expensive and so getting enough credits may take a while. Su-57 = lots of roubles You can of course remove the adds by always playing off line, which is a good way to save battery and not constantly microwave your hands, however there is an incentive to play online because you get 500 free points per day for logging in every day. So for example 10 consecutive days will yield 10 x 500 points! That’s not all folks, after one mission a birthday cake appeared on the left top corner to which I clicked on. Here I was given the option to watch a 30 second hotel advert for 10,000 extra free credits (which I took). If you click on the trolley with a dollar sign you will find options to buy 375,000 credits per payment and other features to pay for including the mission editor and loadout screen as mentioned. 375000 credits doesn’t go far in Strike Fighters land! Summary Strike Fighters: Modern Combat brings together good features from the earlier mobile games and adds to them. If you want to pay to unlock the features you will likely get more from it, however it seems to be a fairly fun arcade game, especially when you need to baby sit your daughter or are at lunchtime at work, or instead of work maybe. As for the future, perhaps utilisation of Virtual Reality could be one direction…who knows. Off to kick some A-A butt! Anyone not familiar with the original mobile games might be interested to read this previous review:
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  19. SF2_MiG19SK

    Thank you. Another aircraft in my collection "parallel world"
  20. v810.4 COMING EARLY OCTOBER 22 September - f.scio Here's where you can keep track of what to expect from the next CAP2 update. In the run up to the update, we will edit this announcement, adding lots more info, eye candy and footage so stay tuned. Alternatively, submit your email address using the link below and we will send you a round-up and notification when we drop the patch: http://combatairpatrol2.com/stay-updated Release Date We are as eager to release this update as you are to play it. We're literally working day and night to get it out and at the moment are on track to deliver in Early October. As soon as we have a more specific date we will let you know. Richer environment To begin with, let us tell you that we are working hard to enrich your environment. As you can see from the screenshot below of the Harrier leaving Khasab, we have added thousands more buildings and lots of additional vegetation. You may be aware (and have contributed - thank you!), this is done by adding more OpenStreetMap data. It's been done as an aside and hasn't impacted general development. Abu Musa and Kaneohe Bay are also now more significantly built up. We've also added lighting to roads, runways, taxiways and buildings, improved vegetation, adding different trees and increasing their density. We've also added a host of custom objects including power lines, lighthouses, water tanks, ATC towers, rigs etc - more screens and footage on its way. Fuel Tanks As you can also see from this screen, the Harrier now has external fuel tanks, including associated fuel flow logic and displays. http://steamcommunity.com/games/347170/announcements/detail/1474223766995336391
  21. Su-33 for DCS World Now Available Owners of DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 and those that pre-purchased the Su-33 can now update DCS World 1.5.7 open beta and receive the updated to the Su-33! The Su-33 Early Access can also be purchased from our e-Shop. Features of this upcoming Su-33 update include: Professional Flight Model (PFM) More detailed and accurate simulation of the wing control surfaces that include the leading and trailing edge flaps and the differential ailerons. In addition to the conventional differential stabilizers, canard behavior has also been improved for more realistic behavior. The Flight Control System (FCS) will automatically reconfigure itself depending on the flight mode. The adaptations that make the Su-33 aircraft carrier-capable have been updated and improved to include the wing-fold mechanism, reinforced landing gear struts, and the inclusion of high-gain nose wheel steering for use on crowded carrier decks. The physical mechanisms by which the arrestor hook engages the aircraft carrier arrestor wire has been greatly improved. Correct physics have been applied to the arrestor wire and its’ interaction with the aircraft. The engines now have a "special mode" that adds up to 12,800 kg of thrust (instead of the normal 12,500 kg of thrust). This mode also includes realistic operating time restrictions. A new FCS mode used when aerial refueling has also been implemented. When in this mode and the control stick is released, the aircraft will automatically maintain level flight. This FCS mode allows fine-control and thus making it easier to make contact with the tanker within a pitch range of plus or minus 5 degrees and of a roll angle of plus or minus 10 degrees. The Auto-Thrust Control (ATC) is used for automatic speed holding and can be fine-tuned with a set speed switch. This can be useful with landing on the carrier. The automatic collision avoidance system ("Uvod" mode) is now included and allows safe nap-of-the-earth flying. DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 with 70% Off Bonus Deals Today we are announcing 70% Bonus Deal for DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3. With the release of the updated Su-33, now is an opportune time to add DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 to your DCS World stable of aircraft. Bonus Deal will last from today at 1500 GMT and last until 2 October at 0900 GMT. Purchase DCS: Flaming Cliffs 3 from our e-Shop. DCS: Spitfire LF Mk.IX Now Available on Steam We are pleased to make our Spitfire LF Mk.IX available on Steam with a 10% launch savings! Please visit our DCS World Steam store. The British Spitfire is one of the most iconic fighter aircraft of World War II. Most famous for its role in the Battle of Britain, the Spitfire served as Britain's primary fighter during the entirety of the war. The Spitfire combines graceful lines, eye-watering dogfight performance, and heavy firepower in its later variants. For DCS World, we are happy to bring you the most accurate and realistic simulation of the Spitfire LF Mk IX ever created. The Spitfire Mk IX was originally developed as a stopgap measure as a response to the appearance of the Focke-Wulf FW 190A. The Spitfire IX is powered by the Merlin 66. This engine produces its best performance at slightly lower altitudes than the older Merlin 61. Spitfires equipped with this engine were designated LF Mk IX. This was the most numerous version of the Mk IX, with 4,010 produced. The majority of Mk IXs of all types used the standard "c" wing, which would often carry two 20mm cannon and four .303in machine guns. The Mk IX was a significant improvement on the Mk V. It had a top speed of 409 mph at 28,000 feet, an increase of 40 miles per hour. Its service ceiling rose from 36,200 feet to 43,000 feet. It could climb at 4,000 feet per minute. In July 1942, an early Mk IX was flown against a captured Fw 190A, and the two aircraft were discovered to have very similar capabilities. The RAF had its answer to the Fw 190 problem. The Mk IX replaced the Mk V from June 1942. It allowed the RAF to go back onto the offensive in occupied Europe, and resume the "circus", "ramrod" and "rodeo" raids. Its first combat success came on 30 July 1942, when a Spitfire Mk IX shot down a Fw 190. Amongst other notable achievements, the Mk IX took part in the highest altitude combat of the Second World War, when it intercepted a Ju 86R at 43,000 feet over Southampton on 12 September 1942. On 5 October 1944 Spitfire Mk IXs of 401 Squadron were the first allied aircraft to shoot down an Me 262 Jet. The Mk IX remained in service until the end of the war, even after the appearance of the Griffon powered Mk XIV. Key Features of DCS: Spitfire LF Mk IX Unmatched flight physics that allow you to truly feel what it's like to fly this legend Highly detailed, six-degrees-of-freedom (6 DOF) cockpit Interact with cockpit controls with your mouse Accurate Spitfire LF Mk IX model, squadron markings, and weapons Detailed modelling the Spitfire LF Mk IX instruments, weapons, engine, radios, fuel, and electrical systems Fly along with fellow P-51D Mustangs as you battle Fw 190 D-9s and Bf 109 K4s in single and multiplayer games Instant Action and Single Missions Interactive training missions Sincerely, The Eagle Dynamics Team
  22. Zapad 2017

    The same incident seen from Ka-52 HUD. At second 6 the aim dot hops on the truck. Then the sign "ПР" appears on the upper side of the HUD. It means, that the weapons are ready and the target in range. At second 7 the rockets starts.
  23. Zapad 2017

    Ka-52 automatic target aquisition system attacks truck.
  24. The SHOOT cue in the center and the rangebar of the gunsight as well, with AIM-7 selected
  25. Really cool bird. I love it!!!
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