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  1. File Name: Project 877 Paltus (Kilo class) submarine File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 12 May 2012 File Category: SF2 Series Add On Objects Project 877 Paltus (Kilo class) submarine for Strike Fighters 2 The Kilo class is the NATO reporting name for a naval diesel-electric submarine that is made in Russia. The original version of the vessels were designated Project 877 Paltus (Halibut) in Russia. The boats are mainly intended for anti-shipping and anti-submarine operations in relatively shallow waters. Original Project 877 boats are equipped with Rubikon MGK-400 sonar system (with NATO reporting name Shark Gill), which includes a mine detection and avoidance sonar MG-519 Arfa (with NATO reporting name Mouse Roar). Newer Project 636 boats are equipped with improved MGK-400EM, with MG-519 Afra also upgraded to MG-519EM. The improved sonar systems have reduced the number of operators needed by sharing the same console via automation. The first submarine entered service in the Soviet Navy in 1980, and the class remains in use with the Russian Navy. 17 vessels are believed to still be in active service with the Russian Navy, while 7 vessels are thought to be in reserve.[6] So far, 33 vessels have been exported to several countries: Algeria, People's Republic of China, India, Poland, Iran, Romania and Vietnam. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. And let overwrite the files. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Credits: NGHENGO for the 3D design and textures. Spillone104 for the INI files and weapon. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enjoy some naval warfare ;-) May 2012 Click here to download this file
  2. Version

    404 downloads

    Project 877 Paltus (Kilo class) submarine for Strike Fighters 2 The Kilo class is the NATO reporting name for a naval diesel-electric submarine that is made in Russia. The original version of the vessels were designated Project 877 Paltus (Halibut) in Russia. The boats are mainly intended for anti-shipping and anti-submarine operations in relatively shallow waters. Original Project 877 boats are equipped with Rubikon MGK-400 sonar system (with NATO reporting name Shark Gill), which includes a mine detection and avoidance sonar MG-519 Arfa (with NATO reporting name Mouse Roar). Newer Project 636 boats are equipped with improved MGK-400EM, with MG-519 Afra also upgraded to MG-519EM. The improved sonar systems have reduced the number of operators needed by sharing the same console via automation. The first submarine entered service in the Soviet Navy in 1980, and the class remains in use with the Russian Navy. 17 vessels are believed to still be in active service with the Russian Navy, while 7 vessels are thought to be in reserve.[6] So far, 33 vessels have been exported to several countries: Algeria, People's Republic of China, India, Poland, Iran, Romania and Vietnam. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. And let overwrite the files. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Credits: NGHENGO for the 3D design and textures. Spillone104 for the INI files and weapon. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Enjoy some naval warfare ;-) May 2012
  3. File Name: Aermacchi MB-339A for SFP1/WOX File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 25 June 2011 File Category: Trainers Aermacchi MB 339A Version 2.0 for SFP1/WOV/WOE/WOI by ID(io)T Team Development and operational history Aermacchi went on to perform an effective "facelift" on the MB-326 to create the "MB-339", a modernized derivative. The first of two "MB-339X" prototypes performed its initial flight on 12 August 1976, with the second following on 20 May 1977. The first of 107 production "MB-339A" trainers for the AMI performed its initial flight on 20 July 1978, with the type entering service in 1979. The MB-339 retained substantial commonality with the MB-326, differing mainly in a new forward fuselage with a raised cockpit, and twin ventral fins plus a taller tailfin to compensate for the loss in yaw stability due to the new forward fuselage. The MB-339 also featured updated systems, particularly rocket-boosted SICAMB / Martin Baker Mark 1T-10F ejection seats with "zero zero" (zero speed zero altitude) capability. However, the MB-339 retained the Viper 632-43 engine; Aermacchi had seriously considered replacing it with a more modern and fuel-economical engine, but the Viper was cheap, reliable, and had good performance. The engine was license-built by Piaggio. The MB-339 retained the six stores pylons of the MB-326G. It did not have built-in cannon, but cannon pods, dumb bombs, and rocket launchers were qualified as stores for the light attack role.The MB-339 has been export in Argentina where ten "MB-339AA" were obtained by the Argentine Navy (ARA), with the type operating against the British during the Falklands War in 1982. Other MB-339A users included Dubai (seven), Ghana (four), Malaysia (thirteen MB-339AM), Nigeria (twelve MB-339AN), and Peru (sixteen MB-339AP). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The War Trial Lt Guillermo Owen Crippa, a young Argentine Fleet Air Arm pilot, was tasked as No 2 of an armed patrol from Stanley airfield shortly after sun-up. The other Aermacchi jet trainer became unserviceable, so Crippa launched on his own. Near Jersey Point he spotted a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter, but as he pulled up to dive on it, he also sighted the ‘enemy’ invasion force anchored in San Carlos Water. Crippa broke off, reported his discovery of the British to his controller in Stanley – and then announced his intention to attack. At low level and high speed he emerged from the radar shadow of Fanning Head, and fired all his podded Zuni rockets at HMS ARGONAUT. Crippa then engaged a RFA stores ship with his 30mm DEFA cannon, and before exiting the combat zone, took notes on the number and types of ship sheltering in San Carlos Water. He was subsequently awarded Argentina’s highest decoration for valour in combat. The British were also given a first taste of the courage and determination that characterizes Argentine military aviators. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. C\Programm Files\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters And add to the WEAPONDATA.INI these lines: [WeaponDataxxxx] TypeName=MB-339GunPod FullName=DEFA 30mm 553 Gunpod (MB339) ModelName=MB-339GunPod.LOD Mass=360.000000 Diameter=0.600000 Length=3.190000 SubsonicDragCoeff=0.063000 SupersonicDragCoeff=0.565000 AttachmentType=ITALY,ARGENTINA SpecificStationCode= NationName=Italy StartYear=1979 EndYear=2020 Availability=2 BaseQuantity=300 Exported=TRUE ExportStartYear=1979 ExportEndYear=2020 ExportAvailability=2 WeaponDataType=3 GunTypeName=30MM_DEFA553 MaxRounds=125 MuzzlePosition=0.000000,1.92800,0.111000 LightPosition=0.000000,1.92800,0.111000 AimDirection=0.000000,1.000000,0.000000 EjectShells=0 [WeaponDataxxxx] TypeName=Macchi_FuelTank FullName=Macchi FuelTank ModelName=Macchi_FuelTank Mass=294.799988 Diameter=0.365000 Length=3.496000 AttachmentType= NationName= StartYear=0 EndYear=0 Availability=0 BaseQuantity=0 Exported=FALSE ExportStartYear=0 ExportEndYear=0 ExportAvailability=0 WeaponDataType=5 MaxFuelAmount=250.449997 Asymmetrical=FALSE Sobstitute the xxxx with consecutive numbers, open the WEAPONDATA.INI with the Weapon Editor and save. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: NGHENGO: Main 3D model Bobrock: 3D model and Cockpit Paulopanz: Lots of skins, decals and Hangar & Loading screens Spillone104: DEFA gunpods, INI work and sound Baffmeister: FM tuning Aleducat: Martin Backer MK10-1 seat FastCargo: Fake pilot Foxmonter: Fuel tank Beta testers : All the above plus, Aleks, Starfighter2, Canadair, Erikgen, Silverbolt, triplethr3at, Steve_S, Blasto, Dysko. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and good flight. :) June 2011 Click here to download this file
  4. Aermacchi MB-339A for SFP1/WOX

    Version 2,0

    793 downloads

    Aermacchi MB 339A Version 2.0 for SFP1/WOV/WOE/WOI by ID(io)T Team Development and operational history Aermacchi went on to perform an effective "facelift" on the MB-326 to create the "MB-339", a modernized derivative. The first of two "MB-339X" prototypes performed its initial flight on 12 August 1976, with the second following on 20 May 1977. The first of 107 production "MB-339A" trainers for the AMI performed its initial flight on 20 July 1978, with the type entering service in 1979. The MB-339 retained substantial commonality with the MB-326, differing mainly in a new forward fuselage with a raised cockpit, and twin ventral fins plus a taller tailfin to compensate for the loss in yaw stability due to the new forward fuselage. The MB-339 also featured updated systems, particularly rocket-boosted SICAMB / Martin Baker Mark 1T-10F ejection seats with "zero zero" (zero speed zero altitude) capability. However, the MB-339 retained the Viper 632-43 engine; Aermacchi had seriously considered replacing it with a more modern and fuel-economical engine, but the Viper was cheap, reliable, and had good performance. The engine was license-built by Piaggio. The MB-339 retained the six stores pylons of the MB-326G. It did not have built-in cannon, but cannon pods, dumb bombs, and rocket launchers were qualified as stores for the light attack role.The MB-339 has been export in Argentina where ten "MB-339AA" were obtained by the Argentine Navy (ARA), with the type operating against the British during the Falklands War in 1982. Other MB-339A users included Dubai (seven), Ghana (four), Malaysia (thirteen MB-339AM), Nigeria (twelve MB-339AN), and Peru (sixteen MB-339AP). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The War Trial Lt Guillermo Owen Crippa, a young Argentine Fleet Air Arm pilot, was tasked as No 2 of an armed patrol from Stanley airfield shortly after sun-up. The other Aermacchi jet trainer became unserviceable, so Crippa launched on his own. Near Jersey Point he spotted a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter, but as he pulled up to dive on it, he also sighted the ‘enemy’ invasion force anchored in San Carlos Water. Crippa broke off, reported his discovery of the British to his controller in Stanley – and then announced his intention to attack. At low level and high speed he emerged from the radar shadow of Fanning Head, and fired all his podded Zuni rockets at HMS ARGONAUT. Crippa then engaged a RFA stores ship with his 30mm DEFA cannon, and before exiting the combat zone, took notes on the number and types of ship sheltering in San Carlos Water. He was subsequently awarded Argentina’s highest decoration for valour in combat. The British were also given a first taste of the courage and determination that characterizes Argentine military aviators. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. C\Programm Files\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters And add to the WEAPONDATA.INI these lines: [WeaponDataxxxx] TypeName=MB-339GunPod FullName=DEFA 30mm 553 Gunpod (MB339) ModelName=MB-339GunPod.LOD Mass=360.000000 Diameter=0.600000 Length=3.190000 SubsonicDragCoeff=0.063000 SupersonicDragCoeff=0.565000 AttachmentType=ITALY,ARGENTINA SpecificStationCode= NationName=Italy StartYear=1979 EndYear=2020 Availability=2 BaseQuantity=300 Exported=TRUE ExportStartYear=1979 ExportEndYear=2020 ExportAvailability=2 WeaponDataType=3 GunTypeName=30MM_DEFA553 MaxRounds=125 MuzzlePosition=0.000000,1.92800,0.111000 LightPosition=0.000000,1.92800,0.111000 AimDirection=0.000000,1.000000,0.000000 EjectShells=0 [WeaponDataxxxx] TypeName=Macchi_FuelTank FullName=Macchi FuelTank ModelName=Macchi_FuelTank Mass=294.799988 Diameter=0.365000 Length=3.496000 AttachmentType= NationName= StartYear=0 EndYear=0 Availability=0 BaseQuantity=0 Exported=FALSE ExportStartYear=0 ExportEndYear=0 ExportAvailability=0 WeaponDataType=5 MaxFuelAmount=250.449997 Asymmetrical=FALSE Sobstitute the xxxx with consecutive numbers, open the WEAPONDATA.INI with the Weapon Editor and save. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: NGHENGO: Main 3D model Bobrock: 3D model and Cockpit Paulopanz: Lots of skins, decals and Hangar & Loading screens Spillone104: DEFA gunpods, INI work and sound Baffmeister: FM tuning Aleducat: Martin Backer MK10-1 seat FastCargo: Fake pilot Foxmonter: Fuel tank Beta testers : All the above plus, Aleks, Starfighter2, Canadair, Erikgen, Silverbolt, triplethr3at, Steve_S, Blasto, Dysko. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and good flight. :) June 2011
  5. File Name: Aermacchi MB-339A for SF2 File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 24 June 2011 File Category: SF2 Series Add On Aircraft Macchi MB 339A Version 2.0 for Strike Fighter 2 by ID(io)T Team Development and operational history Aermacchi went on to perform an effective "facelift" on the MB-326 to create the "MB-339", a modernized derivative. The first of two "MB-339X" prototypes performed its initial flight on 12 August 1976, with the second following on 20 May 1977. The first of 107 production "MB-339A" trainers for the AMI performed its initial flight on 20 July 1978, with the type entering service in 1979. The MB-339 retained substantial commonality with the MB-326, differing mainly in a new forward fuselage with a raised cockpit, and twin ventral fins plus a taller tailfin to compensate for the loss in yaw stability due to the new forward fuselage. The MB-339 also featured updated systems, particularly rocket-boosted SICAMB / Martin Baker Mark 1T-10F ejection seats with "zero zero" (zero speed zero altitude) capability. However, the MB-339 retained the Viper 632-43 engine; Aermacchi had seriously considered replacing it with a more modern and fuel-economical engine, but the Viper was cheap, reliable, and had good performance. The engine was license-built by Piaggio. The MB-339 retained the six stores pylons of the MB-326G. It did not have built-in cannon, but cannon pods, dumb bombs, and rocket launchers were qualified as stores for the light attack role.The MB-339 has been export in Argentina where ten "MB-339AA" were obtained by the Argentine Navy (ARA), with the type operating against the British during the Falklands War in 1982. Other MB-339A users included Dubai (seven), Ghana (four), Malaysia (thirteen MB-339AM), Nigeria (twelve MB-339AN), and Peru (sixteen MB-339AP). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The War Trial Lt Guillermo Owen Crippa, a young Argentine Fleet Air Arm pilot, was tasked as No 2 of an armed patrol from Stanley airfield shortly after sun-up. The other Aermacchi jet trainer became unserviceable, so Crippa launched on his own. Near Jersey Point he spotted a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter, but as he pulled up to dive on it, he also sighted the ‘enemy’ invasion force anchored in San Carlos Water. Crippa broke off, reported his discovery of the British to his controller in Stanley – and then announced his intention to attack. At low level and high speed he emerged from the radar shadow of Fanning Head, and fired all his podded Zuni rockets at HMS ARGONAUT. Crippa then engaged a RFA stores ship with his 30mm DEFA cannon, and before exiting the combat zone, took notes on the number and types of ship sheltering in San Carlos Water. He was subsequently awarded Argentina’s highest decoration for valour in combat. The British were also given a first taste of the courage and determination that characterizes Argentine military aviators. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: NGHENGO: Main 3D model Bobrock: 3D model and Cockpit Paulopanz: Lots of skins, decals and Hangar & Loading screens Spillone104: DEFA gunpods, INI work and sound Baffmeister: FM tuning Aleducat: Martin Backer MK10-1 seat FastCargo: Fake pilot Beta testers : All the above plus, Aleks, Starfighter2, Canadair, Erikgen, Silverbolt, triplethr3at, Steve_S, Blasto, Dysko. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and good flight. :) June 2011 Click here to download this file
  6. Aermacchi MB-339A for SF2

    Version 2.0

    885 downloads

    Macchi MB 339A Version 2.0 for Strike Fighter 2 by ID(io)T Team Development and operational history Aermacchi went on to perform an effective "facelift" on the MB-326 to create the "MB-339", a modernized derivative. The first of two "MB-339X" prototypes performed its initial flight on 12 August 1976, with the second following on 20 May 1977. The first of 107 production "MB-339A" trainers for the AMI performed its initial flight on 20 July 1978, with the type entering service in 1979. The MB-339 retained substantial commonality with the MB-326, differing mainly in a new forward fuselage with a raised cockpit, and twin ventral fins plus a taller tailfin to compensate for the loss in yaw stability due to the new forward fuselage. The MB-339 also featured updated systems, particularly rocket-boosted SICAMB / Martin Baker Mark 1T-10F ejection seats with "zero zero" (zero speed zero altitude) capability. However, the MB-339 retained the Viper 632-43 engine; Aermacchi had seriously considered replacing it with a more modern and fuel-economical engine, but the Viper was cheap, reliable, and had good performance. The engine was license-built by Piaggio. The MB-339 retained the six stores pylons of the MB-326G. It did not have built-in cannon, but cannon pods, dumb bombs, and rocket launchers were qualified as stores for the light attack role.The MB-339 has been export in Argentina where ten "MB-339AA" were obtained by the Argentine Navy (ARA), with the type operating against the British during the Falklands War in 1982. Other MB-339A users included Dubai (seven), Ghana (four), Malaysia (thirteen MB-339AM), Nigeria (twelve MB-339AN), and Peru (sixteen MB-339AP). ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The War Trial Lt Guillermo Owen Crippa, a young Argentine Fleet Air Arm pilot, was tasked as No 2 of an armed patrol from Stanley airfield shortly after sun-up. The other Aermacchi jet trainer became unserviceable, so Crippa launched on his own. Near Jersey Point he spotted a Royal Navy Lynx helicopter, but as he pulled up to dive on it, he also sighted the ‘enemy’ invasion force anchored in San Carlos Water. Crippa broke off, reported his discovery of the British to his controller in Stanley – and then announced his intention to attack. At low level and high speed he emerged from the radar shadow of Fanning Head, and fired all his podded Zuni rockets at HMS ARGONAUT. Crippa then engaged a RFA stores ship with his 30mm DEFA cannon, and before exiting the combat zone, took notes on the number and types of ship sheltering in San Carlos Water. He was subsequently awarded Argentina’s highest decoration for valour in combat. The British were also given a first taste of the courage and determination that characterizes Argentine military aviators. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: NGHENGO: Main 3D model Bobrock: 3D model and Cockpit Paulopanz: Lots of skins, decals and Hangar & Loading screens Spillone104: DEFA gunpods, INI work and sound Baffmeister: FM tuning Aleducat: Martin Backer MK10-1 seat FastCargo: Fake pilot Beta testers : All the above plus, Aleks, Starfighter2, Canadair, Erikgen, Silverbolt, triplethr3at, Steve_S, Blasto, Dysko. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Enjoy and good flight. :) June 2011
  7. File Name: ID(io)T Team Iowa Class Battleship 80s File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 02 June 2011 File Category: SF2 Series Add On Objects ID(io)T Team Iowa Class Battleship 80s for Strike Fighters 2 History: In the 1980s, as part of President Ronald Reagan's plan to rebuild the U.S. military and create a 600-ship Navy—which would counter the new Soviet Kirov class battlecruisers—all four of the battleships were reactivated and modernized under the 600-ship Navy program.each battleship was overhauled to burn navy distillate fuel and modernized to carry electronic warfare suites, close-in weapon systems (CIWS) for self-defense, and missiles.After recommissioning, the modernized battleships operated as centerpieces of their own battleship battle groups (BBBGs), consisting of one Ticonderoga-class cruiser, one Kidd-class destroyer or Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, one Spruance-class destroyer, three Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates and one support ship, such as a fleet oiler. During their modernization in the 1980s each Iowa-class battleship was equipped with four of the US Navy's Phalanx CIWS mounts, two of which sat just behind the bridge and two which were next to the after ship's funnel. Iowa, New Jersey, and Missouri were equipped with the Block 0 version of the Phalanx, while Wisconsin received the first operational Block 1 version in 1988.[70] The Phalanx system is intended to serve as a last line of defense against enemy missiles and aircraft, and when activated can engage a target with a 20 mm M61 Vulcan 6-barreled gatling cannon at a distance of approximately 3.6 km (2.2 mi). A close-up look at an Armored Box Launcher unit, this one aboard USS New Jersey As part of their modernization in the 1980s, each of the Iowa-class battleships received a complement of Armored Box Launchers and "shock hardened" Mk. 141 quad cell launchers. The former was used by the battleships to carry and fire the BGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles (TLAMs) for use against enemy targets on land, while the latter system enabled the ships to carry a complement of RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles for use against enemy ships. With an estimated range of 675 nautical miles (1,250 km; 777 mi) to 1,500 nautical miles (2,800 km; 1,700 mi) for the Tomahawk missile and 64.5 nautical miles (119.5 km; 74.2 mi) to 85.5 nautical miles (158.3 km; 98.4 mi) for the Harpoon missile system, these two missile systems displaced the sixteen-inch guns and their maximum range of 42,345 yards (38,720 m) (24.06 mi)[28] to become the longest-ranged weapons on the battleships during the 1980s. It has been alleged by some[73][74][75] that the battleships carried the TLAM-A (also cited, incorrectly, as the TLAM-N)—a Tomahawk missile with a W80 nuclear warhead—during their 1980s service with the United States Navy, but owing to the United States Navy's policy of refusing to confirm or deny the presence of nuclear weaponry aboard its ships, these claims can not be conclusively proved. During the 1980s these battleships made use of the RQ-2 Pioneer, an unmanned aerial vehicle employed in spotting for the guns. Launched from the fantail using a rocket-assist booster that was discarded shortly after takeoff, the Pioneer carried a video camera in a pod under the belly of the aircraft which transmitted live video to the ship so operators could observe enemy actions or fall of shot during naval gunnery. To land the UAV a large net was deployed at the back of the ship the aircraft was flown into it. Missouri and Wisconsin both used the Pioneer UAVs successfully during Operation Desert Storm. USS Iowa (BB-61) Reactivated in the early 1980s, Iowa operated in the Atlantic Fleet, cruising in North American and European waters for most of the decade and participating in joint military exercises with European ships. On 19 April 1989, 47 sailors were killed following an explosion in her No. 2 turret. In 1990, Iowa was decommissioned for the last time and placed in the mothball fleet. She was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 17 March 2006. Iowa is currently anchored as part of the National Defense Reserve Fleet in Suisun Bay, California and is available for donation as a museum and memorial. USS New Jersey (BB-62) Reactivated in 1982 under the 600-ship Navy program, New Jersey was sent to Lebanon to protect U.S. interests and U.S. Marines, firing her main guns at Druze and Syrian positions in the Beqaa Valley east of Beirut. Decommissioned for the last time 8 February 1991, New Jersey was briefly retained on the Naval Vessel Register before being donated to the Home Port Alliance of Camden, New Jersey for use as a museum ship in October 2001 USS Missouri (BB-63) Reactivated in 1984 as part of the 600-ship Navy plan, Missouri was sent on operational cruises until being assigned to Operation Earnest Will in 1988. In 1991, Missouri participated in Operation Desert Storm, firing 28 Tomahawk Missiles and 759 sixteen-inch (406 mm) shells at Iraqi targets along the coast. Decommissioned for the last time in 1992, Missouri was donated to the USS Missouri Memorial Association of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for use as a museum ship in 1999. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) reactivated in 1986 as part of the 600-ship Navy plan. In 1991, Wisconsin participated in Operation Desert Storm, firing 24 Tomahawk Missiles at Iraqi targets, and expending 319 16-inch (406 mm) shells at Iraqi troop formations along the coast. Decommissioned for the last time 30 September 1991, Wisconsin was placed in the reserve fleet until struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 17 March 2006 so she could be transferred for use as a museum ship. Wisconsin is currently berthed at the Nauticus maritime museum in Norfolk, Virginia. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inside the package: The Iowa class battleship with all the 4 ships variations. Fully working 16", 5", Phalanx gun batteries and Fire direction turrets. New BGM-109C Tomahawk missiles. (be carefull as sometimes they are used as SAMs too because the ship can engage air and ground targets) Orbiting RQ-2 Pioneer drone. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: ID(io)T Team : Model, Weapons, Testing Torno : Skin YeYeYe : Data INI Spitwulf : INI work, Guns, Effects and sound Typhoid : Precious counseling Beta testers: All the above plus Silverbolt, Canadair and The Test Pilot ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. Enjoy the cruise. Click here to download this file
  8. Version

    648 downloads

    ID(io)T Team Iowa Class Battleship 80s for Strike Fighters 2 History: In the 1980s, as part of President Ronald Reagan's plan to rebuild the U.S. military and create a 600-ship Navy—which would counter the new Soviet Kirov class battlecruisers—all four of the battleships were reactivated and modernized under the 600-ship Navy program.each battleship was overhauled to burn navy distillate fuel and modernized to carry electronic warfare suites, close-in weapon systems (CIWS) for self-defense, and missiles.After recommissioning, the modernized battleships operated as centerpieces of their own battleship battle groups (BBBGs), consisting of one Ticonderoga-class cruiser, one Kidd-class destroyer or Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, one Spruance-class destroyer, three Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates and one support ship, such as a fleet oiler. During their modernization in the 1980s each Iowa-class battleship was equipped with four of the US Navy's Phalanx CIWS mounts, two of which sat just behind the bridge and two which were next to the after ship's funnel. Iowa, New Jersey, and Missouri were equipped with the Block 0 version of the Phalanx, while Wisconsin received the first operational Block 1 version in 1988.[70] The Phalanx system is intended to serve as a last line of defense against enemy missiles and aircraft, and when activated can engage a target with a 20 mm M61 Vulcan 6-barreled gatling cannon at a distance of approximately 3.6 km (2.2 mi). A close-up look at an Armored Box Launcher unit, this one aboard USS New Jersey As part of their modernization in the 1980s, each of the Iowa-class battleships received a complement of Armored Box Launchers and "shock hardened" Mk. 141 quad cell launchers. The former was used by the battleships to carry and fire the BGM-109 Tomahawk Land Attack Missiles (TLAMs) for use against enemy targets on land, while the latter system enabled the ships to carry a complement of RGM-84 Harpoon anti-ship missiles for use against enemy ships. With an estimated range of 675 nautical miles (1,250 km; 777 mi) to 1,500 nautical miles (2,800 km; 1,700 mi) for the Tomahawk missile and 64.5 nautical miles (119.5 km; 74.2 mi) to 85.5 nautical miles (158.3 km; 98.4 mi) for the Harpoon missile system, these two missile systems displaced the sixteen-inch guns and their maximum range of 42,345 yards (38,720 m) (24.06 mi)[28] to become the longest-ranged weapons on the battleships during the 1980s. It has been alleged by some[73][74][75] that the battleships carried the TLAM-A (also cited, incorrectly, as the TLAM-N)—a Tomahawk missile with a W80 nuclear warhead—during their 1980s service with the United States Navy, but owing to the United States Navy's policy of refusing to confirm or deny the presence of nuclear weaponry aboard its ships, these claims can not be conclusively proved. During the 1980s these battleships made use of the RQ-2 Pioneer, an unmanned aerial vehicle employed in spotting for the guns. Launched from the fantail using a rocket-assist booster that was discarded shortly after takeoff, the Pioneer carried a video camera in a pod under the belly of the aircraft which transmitted live video to the ship so operators could observe enemy actions or fall of shot during naval gunnery. To land the UAV a large net was deployed at the back of the ship the aircraft was flown into it. Missouri and Wisconsin both used the Pioneer UAVs successfully during Operation Desert Storm. USS Iowa (BB-61) Reactivated in the early 1980s, Iowa operated in the Atlantic Fleet, cruising in North American and European waters for most of the decade and participating in joint military exercises with European ships. On 19 April 1989, 47 sailors were killed following an explosion in her No. 2 turret. In 1990, Iowa was decommissioned for the last time and placed in the mothball fleet. She was stricken from the Naval Vessel Register on 17 March 2006. Iowa is currently anchored as part of the National Defense Reserve Fleet in Suisun Bay, California and is available for donation as a museum and memorial. USS New Jersey (BB-62) Reactivated in 1982 under the 600-ship Navy program, New Jersey was sent to Lebanon to protect U.S. interests and U.S. Marines, firing her main guns at Druze and Syrian positions in the Beqaa Valley east of Beirut. Decommissioned for the last time 8 February 1991, New Jersey was briefly retained on the Naval Vessel Register before being donated to the Home Port Alliance of Camden, New Jersey for use as a museum ship in October 2001 USS Missouri (BB-63) Reactivated in 1984 as part of the 600-ship Navy plan, Missouri was sent on operational cruises until being assigned to Operation Earnest Will in 1988. In 1991, Missouri participated in Operation Desert Storm, firing 28 Tomahawk Missiles and 759 sixteen-inch (406 mm) shells at Iraqi targets along the coast. Decommissioned for the last time in 1992, Missouri was donated to the USS Missouri Memorial Association of Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for use as a museum ship in 1999. USS Wisconsin (BB-64) reactivated in 1986 as part of the 600-ship Navy plan. In 1991, Wisconsin participated in Operation Desert Storm, firing 24 Tomahawk Missiles at Iraqi targets, and expending 319 16-inch (406 mm) shells at Iraqi troop formations along the coast. Decommissioned for the last time 30 September 1991, Wisconsin was placed in the reserve fleet until struck from the Naval Vessel Register on 17 March 2006 so she could be transferred for use as a museum ship. Wisconsin is currently berthed at the Nauticus maritime museum in Norfolk, Virginia. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Inside the package: The Iowa class battleship with all the 4 ships variations. Fully working 16", 5", Phalanx gun batteries and Fire direction turrets. New BGM-109C Tomahawk missiles. (be carefull as sometimes they are used as SAMs too because the ship can engage air and ground targets) Orbiting RQ-2 Pioneer drone. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Installation: Simply copy all the files in the respective directory of your game folder. "User"\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: ID(io)T Team : Model, Weapons, Testing Torno : Skin YeYeYe : Data INI Spitwulf : INI work, Guns, Effects and sound Typhoid : Precious counseling Beta testers: All the above plus Silverbolt, Canadair and The Test Pilot ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal stuff: This mod is freeware. Commercial use is not allowed. Enjoy the cruise.
  9. Si insomma mica esistono solo "Gasetta" e "Volare" anche noi nel nostro piccolo............................. http://combatace.com/topic/58954-aermacchi-mb-339a-pan/page__pid__440393?do=findComment&comment=440393 W la PAN
  10. File Name: Aermacchi MB-339A PAN File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 09 September 2010 File Category: SF2 Series Add On Aircraft Hi Guys here we go again...... The celebrated PAN (Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale) "Frecce Tricolori" of the Aeronautica Militare italiana is going to celebrate their 50th anniversary andso we are with this special edition MB-339PAN release. Just in time for the big Show on the 11th and 12th of September over their Rivolto Air Base The original model has been completely reworked, remappedand retextured in hi-res. In the pack you'll find the colored smokes, the demo-teamformations and all you need to enjoy the thrill of an aerobatic team. ID(io) Team Click here to download this file
  11. Aermacchi MB-339A PAN

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    Hi Guys here we go again...... The celebrated PAN (Pattuglia Acrobatica Nazionale) "Frecce Tricolori" of the Aeronautica Militare italiana is going to celebrate their 50th anniversary andso we are with this special edition MB-339PAN release. Just in time for the big Show on the 11th and 12th of September over their Rivolto Air Base The original model has been completely reworked, remappedand retextured in hi-res. In the pack you'll find the colored smokes, the demo-teamformations and all you need to enjoy the thrill of an aerobatic team. ID(io) Team
  12. File Name: Soko G-4 Super Galeb v1.1 File Submitter: ID(io)T Team File Submitted: 22 July 2010 File Category: Trainers Soko G-4 Super Galeb by ID(io)Ts TEAM Soko G-4 Super Galeb is single-engined basic/advanced flying and armament trainer with light attack capability,powered by one DMB (Rolls-Royce/Bristol Siddeley) Viper Mk 632-46 turbojet . The aircraft was meant to be the advanced trainer for the former Yugoslav Air Force , substituing the elder Soko G2 "Galeb"in early 80's.The aircraft is usually compared with other planes of the same type like Bae Hawk,Alpha Jet , although it is smaller and lighter . It has never exceed the speed of 921 km/h at 11,000 m and maximum level speed "clean" 920 km/h at 6,000 m .Despites the nickname"Super Galeb", the aircraft is completely different from the elder Soko G2. The good aerodynamic qualities are obvious in many airshows proving a very friendly and easy control of the airframe, between -4.00 and +8.00 G ,besides the semplicity and the durability. The main armament of the aircraft is composed by rockets, bombs, cluster bombs, droptanks and the specific gun pod using Gsh-23 cannon.Some references talk about a special recon pod mounted, which permits at the aircraft to be used in recon missions. The G-4 saw many combat missions at the beginning of the Yugoslav wars, used like light-attacker. In total there were three Super Galebs shot down with pilots safely ejected. During the Kosovo War the G-4 was used in few combat missions attacking the KLA positions in Kosovo at treetop level without loss, proving the high qualities of resistance to light SAMs and ground fire. However, seven G-4 aircraft from the Lete?e Zvezde display team were destroyed in an underground tunnel at Golubovci Airbase, afer lasr guided bombing. In the early 1990s the G-4 was a contender in the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System program in the U.S and was highly praised by American test pilots who flew it. It lost the bid to the Raytheon/Pilatus entry, which became the T-6 Texan II.the only export order made for the aircraft was for six planes by Myanmar VERSION 1.1 due to inconvenient issues about shadows, we revised the max source file and deleted the .shd file from the game. Credits: 3D Source Designer = Luka Midic - fs98luka@yahoo.com Model modification to TW standards = aleks, Nghengo and Spillone104 Mapping and textures = aleks INI files, sounds and testing = Spillone104 Thirdwire = for the cockpit of A-4 Skyhawk (not included) Aleducat = for the splendid Martin-Baker MK10 seat special thanks to: = Gunnar88 and to the Serbian Cace community that patiently expected so long from us to fix this wonderful birdie :) this add-on is a freeware and we are glad to present a new airplane for those who seek or make scenarios for Thirdwire Sims.....we hope you'll like it! Click here to download this file
  13. Soko G-4 Super Galeb v1.1

    Version

    1,021 downloads

    Soko G-4 Super Galeb by ID(io)Ts TEAM Soko G-4 Super Galeb is single-engined basic/advanced flying and armament trainer with light attack capability,powered by one DMB (Rolls-Royce/Bristol Siddeley) Viper Mk 632-46 turbojet . The aircraft was meant to be the advanced trainer for the former Yugoslav Air Force , substituing the elder Soko G2 "Galeb"in early 80's.The aircraft is usually compared with other planes of the same type like Bae Hawk,Alpha Jet , although it is smaller and lighter . It has never exceed the speed of 921 km/h at 11,000 m and maximum level speed "clean" 920 km/h at 6,000 m .Despites the nickname"Super Galeb", the aircraft is completely different from the elder Soko G2. The good aerodynamic qualities are obvious in many airshows proving a very friendly and easy control of the airframe, between -4.00 and +8.00 G ,besides the semplicity and the durability. The main armament of the aircraft is composed by rockets, bombs, cluster bombs, droptanks and the specific gun pod using Gsh-23 cannon.Some references talk about a special recon pod mounted, which permits at the aircraft to be used in recon missions. The G-4 saw many combat missions at the beginning of the Yugoslav wars, used like light-attacker. In total there were three Super Galebs shot down with pilots safely ejected. During the Kosovo War the G-4 was used in few combat missions attacking the KLA positions in Kosovo at treetop level without loss, proving the high qualities of resistance to light SAMs and ground fire. However, seven G-4 aircraft from the Lete?e Zvezde display team were destroyed in an underground tunnel at Golubovci Airbase, afer lasr guided bombing. In the early 1990s the G-4 was a contender in the Joint Primary Aircraft Training System program in the U.S and was highly praised by American test pilots who flew it. It lost the bid to the Raytheon/Pilatus entry, which became the T-6 Texan II.the only export order made for the aircraft was for six planes by Myanmar VERSION 1.1 due to inconvenient issues about shadows, we revised the max source file and deleted the .shd file from the game. Credits: 3D Source Designer = Luka Midic - fs98luka@yahoo.com Model modification to TW standards = aleks, Nghengo and Spillone104 Mapping and textures = aleks INI files, sounds and testing = Spillone104 Thirdwire = for the cockpit of A-4 Skyhawk (not included) Aleducat = for the splendid Martin-Baker MK10 seat special thanks to: = Gunnar88 and to the Serbian Cace community that patiently expected so long from us to fix this wonderful birdie :) this add-on is a freeware and we are glad to present a new airplane for those who seek or make scenarios for Thirdwire Sims.....we hope you'll like it!
  14. Seems that someting gone wrong with the update/ edit file function. Really sorry guys :( Just re-uploading all again.
  15. Sorry for the shadow issue. Just corrected a couple of unwelded vertex and now is fine. Updated 1.1 version is now aviable for download. :-) Thanks to all of you.
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