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  1. View File Belgian BR.XIX (1940) These aircraft represent the Ecole d’aéronautique pressed into service at the outbreak of World War II as communication aircraft. Submitter LloydNB Submitted 05/05/2019 Category First Eagles - Golden Era - Allied Skins  
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    Skin for Stephen1918's Breguet XIX. These aircraft represent the Ecole d’aéronautique pressed into service at the outbreak of World War II as communication aircraft.
  3. Modders - whats on the list?

    I'm using that page as my guide. I thought a few Ecole d’aéronautique (Cockatoo) aircraft pressed into service flying in an army communications role would be representative of 1940. The numbers should probably be in the 130-156 range to represent the last surviving air frames, although I have record of No.78 being abandoned at Oostende. Well, its posted.
  4. Modders - whats on the list?

    Working on the Belgian Br.19. I've got the standard rudder makings sorted. All it needs is the individual aircraft numbers in the place indicated and matching codes under the lower wings.
  5. View File Breguet XIX Republican pack I have depicted three Republican squadrons: 22 Grupo, 23 Grupo and Alas Rojas (Red Wings). I would have liked to assign squadrons (Escuadrilla) to the first two skins but it would have only been guesswork. The Red Wings was a unit that was equipped with a range of aircraft including: nine Breguet XIXs; five Nieuport 52s; one Fokker F.VIIB; and one DH89 Dragon Rapide. It operated in the Aragonian front, hitting targets in Zaragoza, Huesca, Tardienta and Barbastro. LloydNB Submitter LloydNB Submitted 04/26/2019 Category First Eagles - Golden Era - Allied Skins  
  6. Version 1.0.0

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    I have depicted three Republican squadrons: 22 Grupo, 23 Grupo and Alas Rojas (Red Wings). I would have liked to assign squadrons (Escuadrilla) to the first two skins but it would have only been guesswork. The Red Wings was a unit that was equipped with a range of aircraft including: nine Breguet XIXs; five Nieuport 52s; one Fokker F.VIIB; and one DH89 Dragon Rapide. It operated in the Aragonian front, hitting targets in Zaragoza, Huesca, Tardienta and Barbastro. LloydNB
  7. Storm Over The Sahara

    Me included!
  8. Storm Over The Sahara

    Well some of us have access to the Wellesley.
  9. Storm Over The Sahara

    I was thinking of the Eritrea/Ethiopia terrain for SF2. The objects are all modern but at least it wouldn't be starting from stratch. Even the Madagascar terrain for SF2 would be useable if we were thinking of the invasion of the Vichy territory in 1942. I do love the vehicles. Have you considered the Italian L3 series of tankettes? They saw wide service in Spain and North Africa. I'm still looking for evidence that they were employed in East Africa.
  10. Spanish Skies

    Progress report on 23 Grupo.
  11. Storm Over The Sahara

    The beauty of it is that all the same aircraft , equipment and scenery can be used for East Africa and there is even the beginnings of a suitable terrain.
  12. Spanish Skies

    Still working on Republican Br.19s. Casa built Br.19s used more canvas in the fuselage, positioned the steps in a different place and only put them on the left side. Three squadrons under development - 22 Grupo, 23 Grupo and Alas Rojas Squadron.
  13. I'm using Paint Shop Pro 9 and a nice little AlphaConverter execute to make the tga files work properly. PSP9 will produce PS files.
  14. Spanish Skies

    I think I've got a hi-res version of the squadron marking. I'll look when I get home. I struggle to find a good font for the numbers on Italian aircraft. What font is that?
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