Files posted by Bunyap
This project is designed to provide a hassle free way of obtaining every 3rd party released weapon and gun. It will be updated after every aircraft release to include the newly created ordnance, gun types, and fuel tanks. All data is checked and verified by experts to provide the most realistic weapons effects and performance possible.
DO NOT USE IN STRIKE FIGHTERS 2!
This weapons pack will not run with the 2008 patched Thirdwire sim unless you run it through latest weapons editor found here. If you are using the latest patch then do not use the data.ini files that the weps pack comes with.
This started as a post by Aladar on the SIMHQ forum and quickly turned into what I would consider a very important add-on for Strike Fighters. The difficulty in weapon delivery for this era screamed for an area for virtual pilots to practice and hone their A2G skills.
There are two versions of the terrain, one for friendly aircraft called Bombing Range and one for enemy aircraft called Red Range. Both are installed when you run the installation program. It is important to remember that only friendly aircraft such as NATO forces can be flown on the Bombing Range and only enemy aircraft such as Soviet forces may be flown on the Red Range.
The Range Terrain consists on an airfield and main range complex. A variety of targets are available for bombing. Intercept missions against a drone aircraft are available when flying the included pre-built single missions.
Terrain by Deuces
Targets and data by Bunyap and The Wrench
BQM-34 Firebee Drone by RussoUK
Airfield lights by Sidewinder86
Intercept missions by Zerocinco
The B-66B was developed strictly as a tactical bomber and was the last bomber of this type procured by the USAF. The -B model was based on the RB-66A which was in turn adapted from the US Navy A3D Skywarrior. The B-66B made its first flight on 4 January 1955, about 6 months after the initial flight of the RB-66A. The USAF received its first production aircraft in March 1956 and deliveries continued into 1958.
The B-66B was the first USAF bomber designed with in-flight refueling (IFR) capability, although many (numerically) earlier bombers were fitted with IFR equipment as a retrofit modification or on later models in the development cycle.
A total of 62 B-66B bombers were built. Many -B models were converted to electronic warfare aircraft after their usefulness as bombers was complete. Many of these aircraft, designated as EB-66B or EB-66E, served in Sotheast Asia during the Vietnam war.
Skins included with the aircraft:
Air Force Flight Test Center ? 1955
84th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Wing ? 1960
85th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Wing - 1960
86th Bomb Squadron, 47th Bomb Wing - 1960
This is a set of five skins for Wolf 257's P-38L representing aircraft from the 9th Fighter Squadron. The following skins are included:
Maj Richard Bong ? ?Marge?
P-38J-15-LO, Gusap, March 1944
Capt James Halsep ? ?LiL Joe?
Maj J.R. Petrovich
1Lt K.B. Clark ? ?Gypsy?
P-38L-5-LO, Philippines, 1945
Capt Edward Howes ? ?Embraceable You?
This skin pack contains nine skins fro the F-100D.
49th Tactical Fighter Wing
Etain AB, France 1958
7th Tactical Fighter Squadron
9th Tactical Fighter Squadron
20th Tactical Fighter Wing
Woodridge, Suffolk 1958
79th Tactical Fighter Squadron
4th Fighter Day Wing
Seymour-Johnson AFB, 1959
335th Fighter Day Squadron
31st Tactical Fighter Wing
George AFB, 1959
308th Tactical Fighter Squadron
309th Tactical Fighter Squadron
TAC Gunnery Meet Markings
354th Tactical Fighter Wing
Myrtle Beach AFB, 1959
353rd Tactical Fighter Squadron
506th Fighter Day Wing
Tinker AFB, 1958
457th Fighter Day Squadron
21st Tactical Fighter Wing
Misawa AB, Japan, 1962
531st Tactical Fighter Squadron
F-4EJ Kai Phantom II
Skins by Sundowner
Screens/Testing by USAFMTL
Avionics by Chaser617
Model/Cockpit by Bunyap