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  1. F-84F of EC 1/1 "Corse", Suez Crisis 1956

    F-84F EC 1/1 "Corse", Suez Crisis 1956
     
    Because of the shortage of trained Israeli pilots, the French Air Force brought in Israeli-designated aircraft with French pilots, in great secrecy. The F-84s of EC 1/1 were attached to 200 Tayeset at Lod AB and flew offensive missions against Egypt from Israel.
     
    The F-84F for SPF1 was designed by: Sony Tuckson, Thierry-As, BPAO, Column5
    and Crab_02.
     
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  2. F-84F of EC 3/1 "Argonne", Suez Crisis 1956

    F-84F EC 3/1 "Argonne", Suez Crisis 1956
     
    The F-84s of EC 3/1 "Argonne" were based at RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, during the Suez Crisis and were often tasked with escort missions for RAF Hunters.
     
    The F-84F for SPF1 was designed by: Sony Tuckson, Thierry-As, BPAO, Column5
    and Crab_02.
     
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    202 downloads

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  3. WOI campaigns Expansion v0.1

    WOI campaigns Expansion v0.1 by Johan217
     
    This package adds more flyable squadrons for both sides in the stock WOI campaigns.
     
    Contents:
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    - All 3 stock WOI campaigns updated to add more flyable squadrons for both sides
    - All stock WOI aircraft (except Tu-16 and IL-28) made flyable using stock WOI cockpits
    - Fixed FM for MiG-23 (thanks to BattlerBritain and nele)
    - Fixed loadouts for the Hunter (thanks to Wrench)
    - Fixed an error with Etzion airbase (thanks to SidDogg)
     
    Addon Requirements:
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    None.
    Third party cockpits for most aircraft are available in the downloads section of www.combatace.com should you wish to use them.
     
    Installation:
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    - Unzip the files to your desktop or into a temporary folder. Leave the folders option checked in WinZip.
    - Place the folders Campaigns, Objects and Terrain into the WOI directory, overwriting the existing files (make sure to make a backup first).
     
     
    Acknowledgements:
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    - BattlerBritain for updating the MiG-23 flight models (edits based on the MiG-23 package by nele available at http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autoc...;showfile=4565)
    - SidDogg for the Etzion airbase fix
    - Wrench for valuable info on aircraft loadouts
     
    Support:
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    Contact Johan217 by PM at www.combatace.com
     
    This package is meant as a testbed for future campaigns. Any suggestions for improvements are welcome.

    1,477 downloads

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  4. Middle East Wars v1.1 update

    This package updates the MiddleEastWars campaign pack to v1.1.
     
    Main changes from v1.0:
    - All 3 campaigns updated for use with Gepard's Israel v2.1 terrain
    - Increased enemy air activity when flying ground attack missions
    - Fixed a frontline bug in the 6 Days War campaign that caused the campaign to end prematurely
    - Historically correct markings for the Egyptian Air Force in the Suez campaign
     
    New addon Requirements:
    - Middle East Wars campaign pack (MiddleEastWars v1.0)
    - Israel 2 terrain by Gepard
    - Israel 2 terrain update v2.1 by Gepard
    - Desert tileset Beta by Gepard (required for WOV/WOE)

    2,112 downloads

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  5. Middle East Wars campaign pack

    3 campaigns for Gepard's Israel terrain
     
    Suez Crisis '56
    Flyable Aircraft: P-51, Meteor, F-84F, DH Vampire, DH Venom, Hawker Hunter, F-4-7U Corsair, SeaHawk, MiG-15
     
    6 Days War '67
    Flyable Aircraft: Mirage III, MD-450 Ouragan, Mystère IV, Meteor, Hawker Hunter, MiG-17, MiG-19, MiG-21, Su-7
     
    Yom Kippur War '73
    Flyable Aircraft: Mirage III, IAI Nesher, F-4E, A-4E, A-4F, Mystère IV, F-104A, Hawker Hunter, MiG-17, MiG-21, Su-7
     
    Tested with WOV, but should work fine with SFP1. Download links for required addons are included in the readme.

    4,558 downloads

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  6. MS.406 of N°2 French Fighter Flight (s/n AX675)

    Morane-Saulnier MS.406 of N°2 French Fighter Flight (s/n AX675)
    Jul - Sept 1940
    Only 2 Moranes were available when the French Flight was serving with 274 Sqn. This particular aircraft still carries the insignia of GC I/7 2°escadrille. Note that the roundels are missing on the underside wings.

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  7. MS.406 of N°2 French Fighter Flight (s/n AX674)

    Morane-Saulnier MS.406 of N°2 French Fighter Flight (s/n AX674)
    Jul - Sept 1940
    The French Flight aircraft that served with 80 Sqn and later 274 Sqn retained their original camouflage and squadron insignia, while the French national markings were replaced by British markings. Serial numbers were issued, but apparently these were not carried. This particular aircraft still shows the insignia of GC I/7 1°escadrille. In addition, the underside wings are painted in the RAF black/white pattern.

    92 downloads

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  8. Spitfire MkVb of RAF 350 (Belgian) Sqn - Exercise Spartan

    Spitfire MkVb of RAF 350 (Belgian) Sqn
    Package includes 2 historical skins: MN-A (s/n EP699) and MN-P (s/n BM486).
    For 'Exercise Spartan' in March 1943 the enemy forces were represented by aircraft carrying a horizontal white stripe on the nose and the bottom of the port wing painted black.

    244 downloads

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  9. Spitfire MkVb of RAF 350 (Belgian) Sqn

    Spitfire MkVb of RAF 350 (Belgian) Sqn
    Package includes 2 historical skins: MN-A (s/n EP699) and MN-E (s/n BL696).

    156 downloads

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  10. Spitfire MkXIc of RAF 322 (Dutch) Sqn (s/n BM515)

    Spitfire MkXIc of RAF 322 (Dutch) Sqn (s/n BM515)
    This aircraft, flown by Flt Lt Jan Plesman, was named “Prinses Beatrix” after the Dutch princess.

    172 downloads

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  11. Hurricane II B of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n HL795)

    Hurricane II B of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n HL795)
    Oct 1941 - May 1942
    This Hurricane II B shows the blue lightning flash painted through the fuselage roundel that was distinctive of 274 Squadron.

    179 downloads

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  12. Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n Z4312)

    Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n Z4312)
    Late 1940
    This aircraft is based on a picture in the book 'Hurricanes over Tobruk' by Brian Cull and Don Minterne. The picture shows a rare view of the NH codes which soon gave way to a painted lightning flash through the fuselage roundel. The aircraft does not carry the individual code letter. The serial number is illegible, but Z4312 was a Hurricane that served with 274 Sqn at the time.

    108 downloads

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  13. Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n P2643)

    Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n P2643)
    Aug 1940 - Oct 1940
    This aircraft depicts Sqn Ldr P.H. Dunn's personal aircraft. Note the squadron leader's pennant under the cockpit.

    129 downloads

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  14. Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n P2544)

    Hurricane I of RAF 274 Sqn (s/n P2544)
    Aug 1940 - Oct 1940
    One of the first Hurricanes delivered to 274 Sqn, P2544 served with the squadron until Spring 1941 when it was sent to No.71 OTU. It was severely damaged on 6th June 1941 after a forced landing at Ismailia. The aircraft was then used as an instructional airframe until struck off charge. One of the pilots who flew on this aircraft with 274 Sqn was Flt Lt A.A.P. Weller, DFC.

    139 downloads

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