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  1. Slava Class

  2. J-10A



    J-10A Beta Some ini updated,new cockpit. Late Beta version need still some work...
  3. I read some memoirs by old PLAAF pilots these days.Most of them about KAW.I found some intresting stuff here 1 Camoflag for MiG-15. Camoflag was used in early battels in Korean.In the begainning,VVS worried about "Friend fire"form ground A-A weapons.(For MiG-15 and F-86 are similar) This is why MiG-15 have camoflag 2 Mission allocation In 7.9.1952,red united force had a meeting about mission allocation VVS:3 IADs (9 IAPs) ---7 IAPs in frontal,main target:F-86,took bad weather missions and night missions KPAF:1 IAD (2 IAPs) ---1 group(Sq?) in frontal,main mission :guerrilla.(check bad Charile?) KPAF also have some Yak-9 for Frontal battels????? AFAIK NK have no MiG-15 IIRC in KAW???? We need Po-2 and Yak-18 for check bed Charile !!! ( We got CJ-6 but that is not full copy) PLAAF:FADs (12 FARs)---8 FARs in frontal,main target:bombers and attackers. First night training for PLAAF was in 8.6.1952/4th FAD.This tells us,if you met any MiG-15 in night mission,that must be VVS. We could set 2 kinds of MiG-15 in date.ini One should be MiG-15VVS (Set AircraftCapability=DAY_AND_NIGHT)and one should be MiG-15PLAAF(Set AircraftCapability=DAY_ONLY) Most combat happend over 7KM,because 7KM+ was for airforce and 7KM- was for AA guns 3 MiG-15Bis and KAW MiG-15Bis first introduced into PLAAF in 1952. between 8.23~10.17 1952, 348 MiG-15Bis delivered to PLAAF.134 more bewteen 5~10 1953.Most likely all FADs upgraded MiG-15bis before end of war. 4 Time line of PLAAF divisions join battle. 1951.1.21 ~1951.1.30 4th FAD first time 1951.9.12~1952.4 4th FAD second time 1951.10.20~1952.1.14 3th FAD first time and 22th FAR??? (Tu-2) 1952.7+ 7FADs :time line: 2nd FAD,14th FAD,6th FAD,12th FAD,15th FAD,16th FAD,17th FAD,18th FAD All of time fly MiG-15 except 4th FAD LA-11 Some US claimed they shot down LA-9,but there are no La-9 in PLAAF,that is La-11 5 Pilot training VVS 2 IADs in first batch are well trained The other IADs in other batchs are normal trained Most PLAAF FADs are very bad trained ----about 10 hours fly experience,no air combat trained in 1951. Looks most KPA pilots trained by VVS before war. 6 NK ACE pilots Maybe too much claimed????
  4. I found this PLAAF got some troop featured skin before 2007 PLAAF 1st Division "Pantheratigrisaltaica"
  5. NK in state of war with the South?

    If you really want to talk about a pig's life..... I had to tell you that what Kim doing just because Kim met BIG problem insde NK. Easy exmple:can you trust a 20 years top leader without any experince? Just because he is ex-leader's son? No one can do that. Same exmple happend to much in Mid-age,young King always got minister's betrayal. So Kim is just act,act as a hero so that NK people can trust him. But Kim act too bad......as bad as a pig's daily life.........
  6. NK in state of war with the South?

    Hi,men,you really care a pig's daily life?
  7. You can try to install izd.117S engine and Zhuk-AE radar. A-A weapon should be 2x R-73 + 2xR-77or 2x KS-172 Zhuk radar: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhuk_radar izd.117S https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saturn_AL-31
  8. Best time line is 1996. USN F-14 A-6 A-7 F-18A/C ROCAF: F-16 F-5 F-104 F-CK-1? PLAAF: Su-27SK J-8 J-7 Q-5 H-6 H-5 J-6(?) J-5 UAV(?) Advanced flanker plus mass old stuffs VS small number advanced fighters Balance and great
  9. Due to the failing of old Jian-10,the PLAAF decide to build a new fighter which copyed form MiG-23M L,most technical based the MiG-23MS form Egypt in 1970s.This project desighed in 1978~198X by Shenyang 601 IIRC.Due to the plan for introducing Mirage-2000 and Harrier,the MiG-23ML copy project was transfored to Q-6,Nanchang 302.And finally cancelled after first fly of JH-7. This is historical Link for Nanchang Q-6 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanchang_Q-6
  10. More for skinners The eariles introducing of old J-11 was in "meeting 825",1969 for experience of battel in Vietnam and Mid-east.The old J-11 is a 9-ton,high maneuver medium fighter desighed by Sheng yang,601.Their are 3 plans for J-11: plan A with 2xWP-6C engine,Max speed 1.75,canceled due to low speed. Plan B with WP-7C,but aircraft is to heavy for WP-7C(WP-7C is good enough for 7-ton fighter,but J-11 is 9-ton more).Plan C installed with a rolls-royce "spey",and this is the best plan.The aircraft looks very similar to Mirage F-1. But this is not copy.This aircraft fitted with a 645 or 204 radar(WTF!?),armed with 2x 30mm gun,and 2x IR missile(may be PL-7,R-550 copy).This J-11 program is cancelled for economic construction in 1980s. Program paper for old J-11 Specifications: Length: 15.76 m Wingspan: 8.695 m Empty weight: 8700 kg Max speed: 2.0~2.2 mach T/H: ~1 Ferry range: 2352km Someone made this
  11. AFAIK,what they want is much more than normal people's image. They tried to get F-16/79,even F-14(not sure) and F-15(there was a F-15 copy program called old J-14/1970s) They also upgrade Q-5(Q-5M) and J-7(J-7IIA and J-7H) J-8(Peace Peal program)by western technical.
  12. J-8 Finback



    J-8 (Jian-8 Fighter aircraft 8) / F-8 The J-8 was the first PLAAF aircraft of domestic design, with design work beginning in 1964. The overall configuration is a rather straightforward enlargement of the MiG-21/J-7 layout to accomodate two engines. Although it resembled Mikoyan's experimental Ye-152A, contrary to some early reports, it was not based on that aircraft. Production began in December 1979, with about 100-150 units of the first configuration entering service. Design work on the improved J-8-2 began in 1980, with production beginning in the late 1980. As with the cancelled "Super 7" upgrade to the single-engine J-7, the J-8-2 completely reworks the front end of the aircraft, adding a much larger radar and ventral air inlets, along with various other less pronounced improvements. The best that can be said of the J-8 is that once upgraded it will be no more than an advanced obsolete aircraft, comparable in configuration and aerodynamic performance to the Su-15 FLAGON. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  13. File Name: Su-30/Su-27PU File Submitter: Erwin_Hans File Submitted: 27 Feb 2009 File Category: Modern Soviet Aircraft Su-30KN Model - Jv44kt FM by Lindr2,MarcFighter Sound by MarcFighter,Erwin_Hans Cockpit by - MarcFighter, BPAO Su-27 cockpit Radar Screen by Lindr2 Skin by Jv44kt,Erwin_Hans,and tail from MarcFighter's Su-27 Also,special thanks to Lindr2's datebase. ************************************************* Su-30/27PU long-range interceptor While the original Su-27 had good range, it still did not have enough for certain air-defense tasks required by the PVO Strany ("PVO" being short for Protivo-Vozdushnaya Oborona — "Air Defense") whose requirements spanned the need to cover the vast expanse of the Soviet Union. Hence, development began in 1986 on the Su-27PU, an improved-capability variant of the Su-27 capable of serving as a long-range interceptor or airborne command post. The two-seat Su-27UB combat trainer was selected as the basis for the Su-27PU, because it had the performance of a single-seat Su-27 and long-range missions require two crewmen. A "proof-of-concept" demonstrator flew 6 June 1987, and this success led to the kick-off of development work on two Su-27PU prototypes. The first Su-27PU flew at Irkutsk on 31 December 1989, and the first of three pre-series models flew in 14 April 1992. To adapt the Su-27UB to its new role, the aircraft was fitted with a retractable in-flight refueling probe to increase range; the probe is offset to the left side of the nose and, to accommodate it, the IRST was offset to the right. The aircraft's avionics were changed, fitting special communications and guidance equipment to command formation flights of single-seat Su-27 interceptors. The rear cockpit received a large CRT display which provides the formation leader with tactical information regarding targets and interceptors. The navigation and fly-by-wire systems were also upgraded. It was fitted with an updated NIIP N001 radar, providing some ability for air-to-ground attack and to track and engage multiple aerial targets simultaneously. Sukhoi offered the Su-27PU to be used as a "fighter controller", a sort of mini-AWACS, with the back-seater using the radar and data links to control other fighters. However, the PVO was not interested in buying the Su-27PU. All five Su-27PUs, with the new designation of "Su-30", ended up in PVO service in the training role. Deliveries to the 54th Interceptor Air Regiment at the advanced training base at Savostleyka began in 1996. # *********************************************** Installation: 1, unzip the Su-30.rar 2,Copy ALL files from Su-30 folder to : Strike Fighters(WO*)\Objects\aircraft Copy ALL files from sound folder to : Strike Fighters(WO*)\sounds Copy ALL files from weapons folder to : Strike Fighters(WO*)\Objects\weapons and add them in weapondate by weapon editor. 3,then............enjoy it ******* EVERYONE CAN USE THESE MODELS for all Third Wire projectsin Free use *********** ----------------Inksy Group 2009 Click here to download this file
  14. F-8IIM-Early-96



    Shenyang F-8IIM FinBack-B Export-96 ******************************************************************************************************************* These from Wiki: The effort to develop an all-weather interceptor began in full in 1964 and this was to result in the first Chinese fighter jet to be designed and built indigenously. The prototype took its maiden flight in 1969. Despite the early beginnings, due to political turmoils such as the Cultural Revolution, it was not produced until 1979 and entered service in 1980. Its basic configuration resembles an enlargement of the delta-wing MiG-21 'Fishbed' with two Liyang (LMC) Wopen-7A turbojet engines and a maximum speed of Mach 2.2. The twin engined J-8 competed with the single engine J-9 project and ultimately emerged as the victor largely due to the existing availability of the former's MiG-21 based powerplant and proven layout. In order to house a large radar set, the design called for a solid nose and variable geometry side air intakes. However, the lack of familiarity with this type of intake meant the J-8 had to settle for a MiG-21 style nose intake. The solid nose J-8 was finally realized in the J-8II (Finback-B). J-8II (Finback-B) First flew on June 12, 1984. Improved J-8I prototype with redesigned nose/front section and fuselage. Replaced nose air inlet with solid nose and lateral air intakes, similar to those of the MiG-23 China indeed received several MiG-23s in the late 1970s from Egypt and the hinged ventral fin and lateral intakes shown reversed engineering of these MiG-23 features into the J-8II, in fact China followed a very similar development process to the Su-15 when from the Sukhoi T-5, the large T-58 (Su-15) was spawned, the MiG-23PD also has some similarities with the J-8II however the MiG-23PD is a single engined experimental fighter with direct lift engines, but the transformation of the MiG-21 into the MiG-23PD was mirrored in the J-8II. Equipped with Type 208 (SL-4A) monopulse radar (40 km range). J-8IIM (F-8IIM) Unveiled in Zhuhai Air Show 1996, export version of J-8B with Russian Phazotron Zhuk-8II PD radar (70 km range), R-27R1 (AA-10) AAM and Kh-31A (AS-17) anti-ship missile. Failed to attract any export customers and no domestic orders. [4] Conversion from older airframe was reportedly much fewer than the 100 units of Zhuk-8II radar delivered, and the conversion might have only been an experimental program. ************************************************************************************************************************* But I don't agree with the view of coping Su-11/15. ************************************************************************************************************************* F/A-18F Super Hornet Skins by olo007 and 101tfs 3D Model by 101tfs Flight Model by Erwin_hans INI work by 101tfs and Erwin_hans Effects by 101tfs and Erwin_hans PLAAFpilot by olo007 Original MiG-21-93 Cockpit of some friend[i forgot who did it ,here thanks to him] modified to a F-8IIM cockpit by Erwin_hans. *********************************************************************************************************************** Thanks: For Cockpit: Based at MiG-21-93 Cockpit For avionics: I used avionics from Marcfighter's Su-27SK ******************************************************************************************************************* 1, unzip the F-8IIM-Early.rar 2,Copy ALL files from F-8IIM folder to : Strike Fighters\Objects\aircraft 3,then............enjoy it ******** EVERYONE CAN USE THESE MODELS for all Third Wire projects, as you want.************************ Erwin_Hans,olo007 and 101tfs ----------------Inksy Group 2008 *****************************************************************************************************************
  15. MiG-21SM for VVS



    MiG-21SM Readme This is a updated version of MiG-21S by starfighter2 There is some mistake in NATO Fighters----USSR have a little number MiG-21MF(most of them for export),and a big number of MiG-21SM So if needed,all USSR MiG-21MF should be updated to MiG-21SM. MiG-21SM is a updated version of older MiG-21S fitted with a more powerfull R-13-300 and a better radar can guild semi-active radar guild missiles. Model is stock MiG-21MF model from TW Game. Skin and sound by starfighter2. This plane required Lindr2's great MiG-23/27 Weapons Pack. Please install it first.(really a great pack!) http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=9693 - part1 http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?app=downloads&showfile=10041 - part2 To Install: - unzip this rarpack - copy MiG-21SM folder to Aicraft folder. - copy Sounds to sound folder MiG-21SM: - Max G: -4 to +8 - Radar RP-22SM(Sapfir-21M) - MiG-21SM can use R-55,RS-2-US?,R-3S,R-3R missiles - Tumanskiy R-13-300 - As we should know,R-3R = AA-2C and R-3S = AA-2B
  16. F/A-18F



    F/A-18E/F Super Hornet from Wiki.... ****************************************************************** F/A-18E/F Super Hornet The Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a supersonic carrier-capable fighter/attack aircraft. The F/A-18E/F Super Hornet is a larger and more advanced derivative of the F/A-18C/D Hornet. The Super Hornet entered service with the United States Navy in 1999, replacing the F-14 Tomcat since 2006 and will serve alongside the original Hornet. The Super Hornet was ordered in 2007 by the Royal Australian Air Force to replace its aging F-111 fleet. Airframe changes.The forward fuselage is unchanged while the wing, center and aft fuselage, tail surfaces and power plants are new. The wing area of the Super Hornet is 25% larger.The fuselage was stretched to carry more fuel and room for future avionics upgrades. An engine with 35% more power, the General Electric F414, was developed from the Hornet's F404 to power this larger, heavier aircraft.The Super Hornet can return to an aircraft carrier with a larger load of unspent fuel and munitions than the original Hornet. The term for this ability is known as "bringback". Bringback for the Super Hornet is in excess of 9,000 pounds (4,000 kg). Other differences include rectangular intakes for the engines, a reduced radar cross section (RCS), two extra wing hard points for payload, and other aerodynamic changes.One of the most significant of which is the inclusion of significantly enlarged leading edge extensions (LEX) which provide improved vortex lifting characteristics in high angle of attack maneuver, and reduce the static stability margin to enhance pitching characteristics. This results in pitch rates in excess of 40 degrees per second.[ In the end, the Super Hornet shared little with earlier F/A-18s aft of the forward fuselage. The Super Hornet has 42% fewer structural parts than the original Hornet design.Flight characteristics include being highly departure resistant through its flight envelope, and having high angle-of-attack with care free flying qualities for combat and ease of training. Radar signature reduction measures Survivability is an important feature of the Super Hornet design. The US Navy says that a "balanced approach" to survivability was built in to the design.This means that it does not rely on low-observable technology such as stealth systems-to the exclusion of other survivability factors. Instead, its design incorporates a combination of stealth, advanced electronic-warfare capabilities, reduced ballistic vulnerability, the use of standoff weapons, and innovative tactics that cumulatively and collectively enhance the safety of the fighter and crew. The F/A-18E/F's radar cross section was reduced greatly from some aspects, mainly front and rear.The design of the engine inlets reduce the aircraft's forward sector radar cross section. The alignment of the leading edges of the engine inlets is designed to scatter radiation to the sides. Fixed fanlike reflecting structures in the inlet tunnel divert radar energy away from the rotating fan blades. The Super Hornet also makes considerable use of panel join serration and edge alignment. Considerable attention has been paid to the removal or filling of unnecessary surface join gaps and resonant cavities. Where the F/A-18A-D used grilles to cover various accessory exhaust and inlet ducts, the F/A-18E/F uses perforated panels that appear opaque to radar waves at the frequencies used. Careful attention has been paid to the alignment of many panel boundaries and edges, to scatter traveling waves away from the aircraft. It is claimed that the Super Hornet employs the most extensive radar cross section reduction measures of any contemporary fighter, other than the F-22 and planned F-35. While the F/A-18E/F is not a true stealth fighter like the F-22, it will have a frontal RCS an order of magnitude smaller than prior generation fighters. Avionics While there are some similar cockpit items of the original Hornet, the Super Hornet features a touch-sensitive, up-front control display; a larger, liquid crystal multipurpose color display; and a new engine fuel display.The Super Hornet has a quadruplex digital fly-by-wire system, as well as a digital flight-control system that detects and corrects for battle damage.Super Hornet production started with the APG-73 radar. The APG-79 AESA radar was introduced later (see the upgrade section below). The AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR (Advanced Targeting Forward Looking InfraRed), is the main electro-optical sensor and laser designator pod for the Super Hornet. Defensive systems are coordinated through the Integrated Defensive Countermeasures system (IDECM). The IDECM system includes the ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser, the ALE-50 towed decoy, the AN/ALR-67(V)3 radar warning receiver, and the ALQ-165 Airborne Self-Protect Jammer (ASPJ). Aircrew have the ability to use night vision goggles (NVG) for Super Hornet operations which means the aircraft interior and exterior lighting are NVG compatible. And.......... F/A-18F Super Hornet Skins by 101tfs and Erwin_hans 3D Model by 101tfs Flight Model by Erwin_hans INI work by 101tfs and Erwin_hans Effects by 101tfs and Erwin_hans Original F/A-18A/B Cockpit by TMF modified to an F-18E/F by Erwin_hans. *************************************************************************************************************************** Thanks: For Cockpit: Based at TMF's F/A-18A,and littlesmoke's FA-18a panel repaint v1.1 For avionics: I used some TGAs from Moonjumper aka Crusader's F-15C MISP, and HUD I used C-15 Spanish EF-18 HORNET by sordo RWR Symbology from Fubar512 I didn't change much the F/A-18A's FM because of F and A are not too different. Some infors come from CAers: AmokFloo,littlesmoke,76.IAPBlackbird,Vampyre,Silverbolt,ArturR,rovert97,Dave,Hrntfixr,ace888..........and others Really hanks you a lot ! :-) ********************************************************************************************************************* 1, unzip the FA-18F.rar ********************************************************************************************************************* 2,Copy ALL FA-18F folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to : Strike Fighters\Objects\aircraft directory ********************************************************************************************************************* 3,Copy ALL effect folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to : Strike Fighters\effect directory ********************************************************************************************************************* 4,Copy ALL weapon folder and to ALL files from pilot folder to : Strike Fighters\Objects\weapon directory Open included 'AddToWeaponData INI.txt' files. copy text and paste into WEAPONDATA.INI file. and change numbers to your current list. Run WeaponEditor and resave it. ********************************************************************************************************************* 5,then............enjoy it ******** EVERYONE CAN USE THESE MODELS for all Third Wire projects, as you want.************************ Erwin_Hans and 101tfs
  17. What the F-14A typical loadout in air-air combat? I heared F-14A use AIM-54 in fighter combat role. Is this real? And I know AIM-54 is made for Backfires... Is AIM-54 better than AIM-7s in fighter air combat?
  18. Plus: I know there is a book called -<Soviet Air Force In Poland>,but not found. One more book:<Soviet Air Force In Hungary And Austria>,I got
  19. For DDR,check this http://home.snafu.de/veith/logbuch.htm

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