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  1. View File Deuces_WOV_terrain.zip Hi, this is a re-upload of Deuces vietnam-tileset dating from 2005. For the 1st generation of SF-series. All credits go to Deuces. Enjoy, Sokol Submitter Sokol Submitted 01/18/2021 Category Tilesets  
  2. done, as Wrench suggested: I hope not to have violated any rules ;-) all credits to Deuces. cheers sokol
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    Hi, this is a re-upload of Deuces vietnam-tileset dating from 2005. For the 1st generation of SF-series. All credits go to Deuces. Enjoy, Sokol
  4. @Geary @Wrench i have got an archive "deuces_wov_terrain", dating from 2005. how can i make it available to you ? cheers sokol
  5. hi, these aircraft used brute force (and advanced materials and techniques). the only one of the series was the Ye-152A, shown in the first picture by Russouk. it seems to have been the only one to come somewhat - if marginally - closer to a series production, hence the NATO-designation "Flipper" for this variant. it would be very very nice to get the Ye-152A too, since imho it looks more elegant with it's twin engines (some people never get enough ;-( cheers sokol
  6. wow that makes a fine interceptor (although a very thirsty one). the Ye-152M never got a NATO-designation since it was never thought to be in service. "Flipper" was the name given to the "MiG-23" which was a member of the Ye-150-family, but with 2 jet-engines and without canards. the only prototype was shown in a flypast in Tushino 1961, and so NATO accorded the wrong service name "MiG-23". the true MiG-23 was of course the swing wing fighter of the late 1960ies. cheers Sokol
  7. R.I.P. Sir Sean Connery

    a great actor, the older he became, the better his roles and his performance. a great Scotsman may he stay in the common memory forever
  8. me too (in queue). there was a very early Banshee around (SF1), basic by any standard of today, but ...
  9. if you look into the climb-speed of various stock-aircraft made by TW things get very strange: B-52D: 249 F-4E-72: 268 F-15A: 268 Lightning: 348 MiG-21PFM: 268 MiG-23MLD: 378 P-51D: 77 some third-party-aircraft offer the following data: B-47: 268 FW-190A4: 192 MiG-29: 181 ... climb speed does seem NOT to be connected to cruisespeed (or cornerspeed), most of the time it is higher than either of them the value-units are still unclear: they are most probably metric, but certainly not meters per second. so, which units are used ? what does climbspeed reflect if not real-life data ? cheers sokol
  10. Hi, yesterday I was unable to catch a F-80C with a MiG-15bis. looking into their data.inis I found strange climb-rate-values: F-80C: 247 (real 35 m/sec) MiG-15: 242 (real: 51 m/sec) F-86F: 238 (real: 46 m/sec) So I need some help concerning the units in which some aircraft parameters are measured in the respective ___data.ini: CruiseSpeed= meters per second ? ClimbSpeed= ???? CornerSpeed= meters per second ? MaxSpeedSL= meters per second ? thank you for your help. cheers sokol
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