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  1. McDonnell F3H-2 Demon Ultimate for SF2

    This is the third of four projects I have been working on for the last 6 months. It will be followed by an F7U Cutlass Ultimate Package(when fully completed). I am also planning an F11F Tiger Ultimate package to follow .
     
     
    The F3H-2N and -2M were all built under contracts initially intended to cover for the disasterous F3H-1N. Following the completion of these contracts, a new Demon version was ordered in 1956-57 under a new set of contracts. This version was designated F3H-2 (F-3B after 1962). The F3H-2 could carry and launch the more capable AAM-N-6 (AIM-7C after September 1962) Sparrow III semi-active radar homing missile. The Sparrow III was a definite improvement over the Sparrow I, which was a pure beam riding missile, with no active homing capability, which meant that the guidance error was in the shape of a cone, which increased in diameter as the range inceased. The F3H-2 could also launch the AAM-N-7 (AIM-9B) Sidewinder IA air-to-air infrared homing air-to-air missile. The F3H-2 was equipped with an AN/APG-51B radar along with the AN/APA-127 Illuminator/Launch Envelope computer. The F3H-2 was optimized as a FIGHTER-BOMBER and could carry up to 6000 pounds of ordnance (bombs, rockets, or "special stores") on two fuselage and six wing stations. Late production F3H-2's also differed from the previous versions in having a slightly shorter beaver tail cone. The last of 239 F3H-2s was delivered on April 8, 1960, bringing the Demon production program to a close. Total Demon production was 519 aircraft. An interesting note is that there is NO EVIDENCE of the Demon ever being handed down to the USN Reserves. It seems almost all Demons were sent directly to NAS Litchfield Park and the scrapper. Only a handful remain today in museums......how sad.
     
    Being underpowered was its major flaw. The original Westinghouse J-40 never materialized and the J-71 was fitted instead. Pilots called the Demon the "Lead Sled" or just "Sled".
     
    This is a major rework of the existing F3H-2M demon file into the 3 variants. Almost everything has been tweeked to make it more accurate in appearance and performance. The skins have been painstakingly researched and re-created. Every squadron which flew
    this -2 model Demon is represented here including changes in their scheme over time. The flight model has been adjusted to fly like the Demon and give you performance worthy of its nickname. There are new Hangar and Loading Screens as well.
     
    Only Squadrons which operated this -2 variant of the Demon are included in the skins.
     
    SQUADRONS REPRESENTED:
     
    VF-13 Aggressors
    VF-14 Tophatters
    VF-21 Freelancers
    VF-31 Tomcatters (2 skin versions)
    VF-41 Black Aces (2 skin versions)
    VF-53 Puking Dogs
    VF-54 Silver Kings
    VF-64 Freelancers
    VF-92 Silver Kings
    VF-101 Grim Reapers
    VF-121 Pacemakers (2 skin versions)
    VF-131 Nightcappers
    VF-141 Iron Angels
    VF-151 Vigilantes (2 skin versions)
    VF-161 Chargers
    VF-193 Ghost Riders (3 skin versions)
    VF-213 Black Lions
     
    YES....THAT IS 23 SEPARATE SKINS!!!!!!!! All are researched and re-created here. Bureau Numbers are accurate for 3 blocks of the F3H-2 Production line (blocks h,p and t).
     
    A new weapons file for the AIM-7A Sparrow I missile is included. LET IT OVERWRITE any previous AIM-7A's you may have. This one is a new and CORRECT model.
     
    There are separate ini files to allow the user to operate Air to Ground Missions (with different ordanance pylons). PLEASE SEE READ-ME for details
     
    A read-me file is enclosed which contains installation instructions and credits.

    765 downloads

       (10 reviews)

    4 comments

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  2. SF2 Mescalero Proving Grounds part 2

    Welcome to the Desert Southwest of the United States of America. To be more precise.....you are in central New Mexico, home of the Mescalero Apache tribe. The year is 2011 and a new SF2 bombing range file is here.
    This is my attempt at creating the ULTIMATE place for SF2 fanatics to PRACTICE and MASTER their air combat skills. So put on your feathers and war-paint....grab your best horse..... and give it a try.......CHAMP
     
     
    Features:
    - Upgraded home airfield with additional facilities, additional runway and full lighting for night ops!
    -OVER 15 detailed target areas on the range for air to ground bombing,rocketry and gunnery practice. Numerous target types.
    - OVER 30 TYPES OF DRONES will challenge your air to air skills (or lack of them). Yes....you CAN fly the drones also!!
    - A detailed READ ME folder with INSTALLATION instructions, range overview, intel photos and of course CREDITS!
     
     
    Tested on all four SF2 titles......both stand alone and merged.
     
    This is part 2 (of 2 uploads to complete the range mod)
    First set of 8 drones and one drone controller included.
    Bonus set of F-4N Phantom "hunter-killers"
    Batteries not included.
     
     
    Use of the DT-28B Trojan requires access to the A-team Skunkworks download files. This access is however...NOT...required to use the Mescalero Range or any other aircraft/drone.

    500 downloads

       (7 reviews)

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  3. SF2 Mescalero Proving Grounds part 1

    Welcome to the Desert Southwest of the United States of America. To be more precise.....you are in central New Mexico, home of the Mescalero Apache tribe. The year is 2011 and a new SF2 bombing range file is here.
    This is my attempt at creating the ULTIMATE place for SF2 fanatics to PRACTICE and MASTER their air combat skills. So put on your feathers and war-paint....grab your best horse..... and give it a try.......CHAMP
     
     
    Features:
    - Upgraded home airfield with additional facilities, additional runway and full lighting for night ops!
    -OVER 15 detailed target areas on the range for air to ground bombing,rocketry and gunnery practice. Numerous target types.
    - OVER 30 TYPES OF DRONES will challenge your air to air skills (or lack of them). Yes....you CAN fly the drones also!!
    - A detailed READ ME folder with INSTALLATION instructions, range overview, intel photos and of course CREDITS!
     
     
    Tested on all four SF2 titles......both stand alone and merged.
     
    This is part 1 (of 2 uploads to complete the range mod)
    First set of 8 drones and one drone controller included.
    Bonus set of F-4N Phantom "hunter-killers"
    Batteries not included.

    552 downloads

       (6 reviews)

    1 comment

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  4. C-135E Stratolifter for SF1/WO Ver.1.1

    The C-135E Stratolifter! Now you can haul 16 jeeps through the air and deliver em' to the troops at Saigon, Can Ranh Bay or wherever! Nobody does it better than the MAC......once known as Military Air Transport Service (MATS). Aircraft posted was made as a marriage between Veltro2k's B-707 and Misalmar's C-135 skin....so be sure you give them credit due (alot). Something a little different....but different is good....ENJOY!!
     
     
    includes: C-135E file, sounds,jeeps(weapons) and some USAF pilots to make it happen.

    751 downloads

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  5. Vought F8U-1 (F-8A) Crusader for SF2

    The first production model of the Crusader was the F8U-1,which was later redesignated the F-8A. It first flew on September 20, 1955, and 318 were built between 1956 and 1958. The initial order had been for 448 aircraft, but the last 130 were delivered as F8U-1Es (F-8Bs). The first thirty aircraft were fitted with the Pratt & Whitney J57-P-12 engine, but this was replaced with the more powerful -4 version and in all subsequent F-8As. The original thirty were then retrofitted with the -4 as well. This made the F-8A a Mach 1.5 aircraft. Other improvements added during the production run included the addition of a retractable in-flight refueling probe in a blister on the forward left side of the fuselage. This was begun with the fiftieth production aircraft, and retrofitted to the earlier airframes. The original Vought ejection seat was replaced with the Martin Baker F5 seat.
     
    The F-8A was armed with four 20mm canon, thirty-two 2.75-inch rockets in a drawer in the lower fuselage, and two Sidewinder missiles could be carried on fuselage stations. The AN/APG-30 gunsight radar and fire control system was installed for weapons delivery. The first aircraft was accepted for service in December 1956, just four years and three months after the issue of the original requirement by the Navy. It was delivered to VF-32 in March, 1957, with VMF-122 being the first Marine squadron to receive the Crusader. The first carrier deployment was with VF-32 on board the USS Saratoga, (CVA-60).
     
    After being replaced with later versions of the Crusader, the F-8As were relegated to training roles, serving as advanced single-seat trainers. The designation TF-8A was often applied to these aircraft.
     
    Your F-8A has early markings for either VA-32 or VF-122. The rocket armament IS INCLUDED but you will not see the drawer open and close.
     
    This mod has been extensively tested in SF2V.
    A read-me file with installation steps and CREDITS included.

    587 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  6. DeHavilland Hornet F3 Skins and Upgrade Pack

    An upgrade package for the Dehavilland Hornet F3 which can be found at the A-team Website. This is NOT a complete aircraft file since no LODs are included. You will need to get them separately.
     
    What is here includes a revised flight model, a new pilot, some fixes,new sound,hangar screen and of course....some AUTHENTIC skins:
     
    No.19 Squadron, RAF Church Fenton, 1951
    No.33 Squadron, RAF Tengah,Singapore 1952
    No.45 Squadron, RAF Tengah,Singapore 1953
    No.64 Squadron, RAF Linton-on-Ouse 1947
    No.65 Squadron, RAF Linton-on-Ouse 1950
    No.80 Squadron, RAF Kai Tek, Hong Kong 1954
     
    A read-me file for INSTALLATION,CREDITS and HISTORICAL BACKGROUND are included.
     
    The fastest British twin engine fighter built. A fantastic aircraft which saw service in the 1950's during the conflict in Malaya.
    Sadly, not a single Hornet survives on display!

    192 downloads

       (4 reviews)

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  7. AU-1 Corsair for AES-12- MCAS Quantico 1957

    By the mid-1950's, the entire Corsair fleet was considered "obsolete" and both the Navy and Marines began to phase them out of active squadrons and into scattered Reserve units throughout the country. This AU-1 depicts the LAST ACTIVE MARINE UNIT to operate the AU-1. This was AES-12 (Aircraft Engineering Squadron Twelve) based at MCAS Quantico,Virginia in 1957. It is unusual because it was one of the few examples where the Corsair was around just long enough to receive the new "grey over white" paint scheme the navy mandated in 1956.
     
    Please see enclosed read me for history and installation instructions.
     
    For the Mirage Factory AU-1 as posted by Crusader.
     
    Tested on post 08 patch WOV.

    107 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  8. VMJ-3 F9F-5P Photo Panther

    A new skin for the F9F-5P Photo Panther as originally released by Guest. This skin represents VMJ-3 out of MCAS MIAMI in the 1954-55 timeframe. I have also included an improved skin for VC-61 "Eyes of the Fleet" for you Korean War buffs like me. As an added bonus......I've dropped in an EXTRAS pack which includes a new pilot(Diego's awesome USN Korea skin), new sound file(J-48 jet engine), new hangar screen and of course....the PHOTO-RECON mod instructions!! ENJOY!!

    116 downloads

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  9. Rescue HO3S-1 from NAAS Chase Field 1954-55

    2 skins for the A-Team's H-5 Dragonfly Helicopter. The Navy and Marine Corps designated this aircraft as the HO3S-1 Hoverfly. The first skin depicts an HO3S-1 from NAAS Chase Field,Beeville TX during the 1954-55 timeframe. The second skin is a re-release of the HU-1 skin....with improved decals. Place both folders in your H-5 Dragonfly folder and go fly!!

    66 downloads

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  10. Lockheed TV-2 (T-33B) Navy Trainer

    The relatively high performance of the turbojet engine, the high altitude environment where jet aircraft routinely operated, and the new and different demands put on pilots flying jet aircraft required that a jet trainer be developed to aid this transition to a new mode of flight.
     
    The answer was the T-33, which was created by inserting a twenty nine inch plug ahead of the wing of a P-80, the Air Force's first operational jet fighter, and a second twelve inch plug behind the wing which provided the extra space for a second cockpit with dual controls. Ejection seats and 235 gallon jettisonable centerline tip tanks were added and, on March 22, 1948, Tony LeVier made the aircraft's first flight. The T-33 flew even better than its single seat ancestor. Cleaned up and refined, the airframe climbed faster, cruised more effortlessly and was slightly faster than its older and smaller cousins. Initially designated as a variant of the P-80/F80, the TP-80C/TF-80C, the designation was subsequently changed to T-33A.The US Navy used the T-33 as a land-based trainer starting in 1949. It was designated the TV-2, but was redesignated the T-33B in 1962.A carrier-capable version of the P-80/T-33 family was subsequently developed by Lockheed, eventually leading to the late 1950s to 1970s T2V-1/T-1A SeaStar
     
     
    Included with this file are FOUR skins:
     
    * ATU-200 Advanced Training Unit out of NAS Kingsville, Texas in 1954
    * FAWTUPAC Fleet All Weather Training Unit Pacific out of NAS North Island, California in 1956
    * H&MS-33 Marine headquarters and Maintenance Squadron Thirty-Three, MCAS El Toro,Calif in 1961
    * NAS Glenview Naval Air Reserve Training Command, Chicago Illinois in 1962
     
    Please see the enclosed READ-ME file for installation and of course CREDITS.

    336 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    1 comment

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  11. OV-10A Bronco from VMO-1

    VMO-1, based at MCAS New River, North Carolina, got their first Bronco (BuNo 155434) on September 18, 1968. VMO-1 never flew in Vietnam but did participate in Desert Storm. In the 80's and early 90's VMO-1 flew drug interdiction missions for the Drug Joint Task Force. VMO-1 was deactivated in 1993.
     
    This is for the OV-10A Bronco released by DaveJS. Tested on post 08 patch WOV.
     
    Includes a new sound file for the Garrett T-76 Turboprop engine.

    133 downloads

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  12. VAL-4 Det.A OV-10A Bronco, Binh Thuy 1971-72

    The Black Ponies Of Light Attack Squadron Four (VAL-4) Came Into Being On January 3, 1969 When The Squadron Was Commissioned At Naval Air Station North Island Located Across The Bay From San Diego, California. After A Short Period Of Intense Training, The Black Ponies Packed Up And Deployed To Vietnam Where They Established Two In-Country Detachments In March, 1969.
     
    This is for the OV-10A Bronco released by DaveJS. Tested on post 08 patch WOV.
     
    Includes a new sound file for the Garrett T-76 Turboprop engine and an optional data file which includes a landing light in the nose

    142 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  13. Vietnam Era Sounds Mod Pack for SF2V

    This mod will add music and other surprises to your SF2V install. The goal is to ENHANCE your 1960's Air War Vietnam experience and provide a little historical background. A read me file for installation is provided. Enjoy and listen carefully for surprises....Hanoi Hannah may have something to say ....:)
     
    Tested on stand alone SF2V with the Gold Expansion Pack installed.

    1,155 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    6 comments

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  14. SF2 Mescalero Proving Grounds Part 4

    The Apache Spirit Dancers have angered the God of the skies!! Here are more target drones for your new range. This is the next drone package release for the Mescalero Proving Grounds. Please be sure to have parts 1 ,2 and 3 already installed.
    INCLUDED with this package are the following NEW target drones and BONUS aircraft:
     
    THE QF-80F Shooting Star: Former front line USAF fighter of the Korean era. An AGRESSIVE drone of good manueverabilty
    but no countermeasures .Operated by permanent USAF detachment from the 82nd Aerial Targets Squadron.
    Type was fully expended by 1964.
     
    THE QF-106A DELTA DART: Former front line USAF/ANG interceptor. Retired and placed in AMARC storage,Arizona.
    Recalled for target drone use beginning in 1986 because of its availability
    and high performance. An AGGRESSIVE drone of fair maneuverability and good counter-
    measures. Type fully expended by 2005.
     
    THE AQM-136A Falconer II: Former Tacit Rainbow cruise missile(cancelled). . Originally designed as a stand-off weapon to saturate enemy air defenses. Re-designed as an inexpensive aerial target.
    A PASSIVE drone with poor manueverability. Low speed and limited countermeasures make it an easy missile target. Its small size HOWEVER makes it a difficult
    gunnery target! Air launched from drone control aircraft, it follows a pre-programmed GPS flightpath. Recovered by parachute unless destroyed.
     
    THE F6F-5K Hellcat: Former front line carrier fighter of the USN in WW2. Propeller driven. One of the first full scale conversion drones ever used. Operational from late 1940's until fully expended
    in 1960. An AGGRESSIVE drone of good manueverability and no countermeasures. Operated by permanent USN detachment from China Lake.
     
    THE QF-4G Phantom II: Former USAF SEAD aircraft (Wild Weasel).Retired and placed in AMARC storage,Arizona. Currently being recalled for target drone use as other Phantom types are expended. First drone
    use in 1998. An AGGRESSIVE drone of fair/good manueverability and EXCEPTIONAL countermeasures!! Operated by rotating detachment of the 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group, Tyndall AFB,Florida.
    Type should be fully expended or retired by 2011 as QF-16A becomes available.
     
     
    --------------DRONE CONTROLLER-------------------
     
    THE F9F-5KD Panther : Drone controller conversion of the F9F-5P Photo-recon Panther. Extended nose (once for cameras) allows excellent location for drone control equipment.
    Pilot can fully operate and/or assume command of drones via radio control. Operated on a limited utility basis from 1955 until 1965.
     
    As always: A FULL installation READ-ME and CREDITS enclosed.
     
     
    Use of the F6F-5K requires access to Geo's Aircraft download site. This access is however...NOT...required to use the Mescalero Range or any other aircraft/drone.

    287 downloads

       (3 reviews)

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  15. McDonnell F3H-2N Demon Ultimate for SF2

    This is the first of four projects I have been working on for the last 6 months. It will be followed shortly by Ultimate Packages for the F3H-2M and F3H-2 variants, along with a F7U Cutlass Ultimate Package.
     
    The F3H-2N was the first of three Demon variants developed in parallel with each other. It was meant to be an all-weather fighter for fleet use.
    Armament consisted of four 20mm cannon and 4 pods of 2.75inch FFAR's. Later the rockets were dropped in favor of the new Sidewinder missile which had just become available. Sparrow capability was added later in its life when most 2N's were upgraded to F3H-2 models.
     
    Being underpowered was its major flaw. The original Westinghouse J-40 never materialized and the J-71 was fitted instead. Pilots called the Demon the "Lead Sled" or just "Sled".
     
    This is a major rework of the existing F3H-2M demon file into the 3 variants. Almost everything has been tweeked to make it more accurate in appearance and performance. The skins have been painstakingly researched and re-created. Every squadron which flew
    the Demon is represented here including changes in their scheme over time. The flight model has been adjusted to fly like the Demon and give you performance worthy of its nickname. The four cannons are present along with the FFAR's and early Sidewinders. There are new Hangar and Loading Screens as well.
     
    SQUADRONS INCLUDED:
     
    VF-14
    VF-31
    VF-82
    VF-114
    VF-121
    VF-122
    VF-124
    VFAW-3
    VC-3
    NOTS China Lake
    NATF Lakehurst
     
    A read-me file is enclosed which contains installation instructions and credits. ENJOY!!!

    551 downloads

       (3 reviews)

    5 comments

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  16. North American SNJ-5

    The North American T-6 Texan/SNJ was a single-engine advanced trainer aircraft used to train fighter pilots of the United States Army Air Forces, United States Navy, Royal Air Force and other air forces of the British Commonwealth during World War II. Designed by North American Aviation, The T-6 is known by a variety of designations depending on the model and operating air force. The USAAC designated it as the "AT-6", the US Navy the "SNJ", and British Commonwealth air forces, the Harvard, the name it is best known by outside of the United States. It remains a popular warbird aircraft.
     
    The North American T-6 Texan/SNJ was known as "the pilot maker" because of its important role in preparing pilots for combat. A cantilever low-wing monoplane, the Texan filled the need for a basic combat trainer during WW II and beyond into the 1950's.
     
    U.S. Navy pilots flew the airplane extensively, under the SNJ designation, the most common of these being the SNJ-4, SNJ-5 and SNJ-6. A few models were equipped with tailhooks and used for carrier qualifications.
     
     
    Included are 5 skins:
     
    Instructor Basic Training Unit, NAS Pensacola (Corry Field) 1952
    Basic Training Group One, NAAS Saufley 1956
    Naval Air Reserve Training Command, NAS Glenview 1956
    Naval Air Reserve Training Command, NAS Grosse Ile 1955
    VMT-2, MCAS El Toro 1952
     
    Please see the enclosed READ ME file for installation and of course CREDITS.

    390 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  17. A3D-1 Skywarrior from VAH-1

    For use with the recent A-Team release of the A3D-1 Skywarrior. Here is VAH-1.... the "Smoking Tigers"!! This is the very first operational squadron to utilize the Skywarrior in its original role....... A BOMBER!!! Both the skin and the Bureau numbers are historically accurate for the A3D-1. Just plop into your A3D-1 folder and go fly!! More to come..............

    164 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    2 comments

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  18. OV-10A Bronco from VMO-2- Da Nang 1970

    Originally, VMO-2 did not have any tail markings on their Broncos except for a black or white number designator on the nose and tail. The squadron split on December 17, 1969, becoming an OV-10 only unit. On February 2, 1970 they moved to MAG-11 at Da Nang AB. Later in 1970 they started using a white VMO over a red 2 as a tail marking.
     
    This is for the OV-10A Bronco released by DaveJS. Tested on post 08 patch WOV.
     
    Includes a new sound file for the Garrett T-76 Turboprop engine and an optional data file which includes a landing light in the nose.

    178 downloads

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  19. VNAF 524th FS A-37B Dragonfly 1969

    For the A-team Skunkworks VNAF A-37B file which can be found in their THIRD PARTY section. This is the 524th FS of the 62nd Air Wing, Republic of Vietnam Air Force. This unit operated out of Nha Trang Airbase from 1969.
     
    Tested on Post 08' Patch WOV
     
    Includes drop-tank add-on pack and NEW VNAF pilots!!!
     
    Installation read-me included

    149 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  20. RTAF A-37B Dragonfly, Takhli RTAFB 1973

    For the A-team Skunkworks VNAF A-37B file which can be found in their THIRD PARTY section.
     
    In 1972, the Royal Thai Air Force purchased eighteen A-37B Dragonfly's from Cessna. These were simular to the aircraft supplied to the VNAF in that they had NO inflight refueling capability. The RTAF assigned these 18 aircraft to the 43rd Tactical Fighter Squadron(4th Wing) based at Takhli RTAFB. Although Thailand did not directly engage the North Vietnamese during the war.....these Dragonfly's were available in theatre.
     
    Tested on Post 08' Patch WOV
     
    Includes drop-tank add-on pack
     
    Installation read-me included

    139 downloads

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  21. Cessna A-37B Dragonfly for SF1-WOV

    This is an upgrade mod for the A-team Skunkworks A-37B Supertweet. You will need to obtain this file first (Located on their Modern Aircraft page) and do some very minor surgery since no 3D files come with this package. A step by step READ-ME is included for installation. The drop-tank and antenna package along with new pilots are included as well. This version of the Dragonfly is the standard "B" model WITH the nose refueling probe. The skin included is for the 604thSpecial Operations Squadron, Bien Hoa Airbase Vietnam 1969-70. The tailcode is the proper "CK". There will be several ADD-ON skins to follow, both USAF and Central/South American air forces.Requests for a custom skin will be considered. A historical read-me is included.
     
    Tested on post 08' patch WOV.

    1,194 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    2 comments

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  22. McDonnell F3H-2M Demon Ultimate for SF2

    This is the second of four projects I have been working on for the last 6 months. It will be followed shortly by Ultimate Packages for the F3H-2 variant, along with a F7U Cutlass Ultimate Package.
     
    The F3H-2M (M for "Missile") was a version of the F3H Demon that was equipped to carry and launch the early AAM-N-2 Sparrow I radar beam-riding air-to-air missile. Two of the four 20mm cannons were often removed to same weight. Sometimes all were removed and it operated pure-missile!!
    The F3H-2M was produced in parallel with the F3H-2N, but only 80 examples of the F3H-2M were built. It was modified to carry the AN/APG-51B radar set that was used to guide the Sparrow I missile. Four of these Sparrow missiles could be carried underneath the wings. This model of the Demon was NOT operationally upgraded to operate the new and improved Sparrow III missile. After 1962...the designation was changed to MF-3B Demon.
     
    Being underpowered was its major flaw. The original Westinghouse J-40 never materialized and the J-71 was fitted instead. Pilots called the Demon the "Lead Sled" or just "Sled".
     
    This is a major rework of the existing F3H-2M demon file into the 3 variants. Almost everything has been tweeked to make it more accurate in appearance and performance. The skins have been painstakingly researched and re-created. Every squadron which flew
    this M model Demon is represented here including changes in their scheme over time. The flight model has been adjusted to fly like the Demon and give you performance worthy of its nickname. There are new Hangar and Loading Screens as well. All Bureau Numbers are
    accurate for this variant.
     
    A new weapon model has been created for the early Sparrow I. It is TRUE in appearance and performance (at least as much was possible).
     
    ONLY A FEW DEMON SQUADRONS OPERATED THE F3H-2M...they are represented in this package.
     
     
    SQUADRONS REPRESENTED:
     
    VF-24 "Corsairs" (2 skins)
    VF-61 "Jolly Rogers" (4 skins!)
    VF-112 (2 skins)
    VF-121 "Pacemakers" the West Coast RAG (Replacement Air Group)
    VX-4 "Evaluators"
    Point Mugu (Pacific Missile Test Center)
    NATC (Naval Air Test Center)
     
     
    A read-me file is enclosed which contains installation instructions and credits.

    554 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    2 comments

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  23. F-47N Thunderbolt Superpack for SF2

    This is basically RussoUK2004's recent P-47N in post-WW2 form. I have given the flight model and ground handling a much needed boost. A set of new and AUTHENTIC skins covering the late 1940's and early 50's is included. This is when the P-47N became the F-47N and was handed down to Air Guard squadrons (ANG) and a few third world nations.
     
    Squadrons included in this package:
     
    USAF/ANG-
    199th FS, Territory of Hawaii ANG,Hickam Field
    332nd FG, Lockbourne Field,Ohio
    37th FS, Dow AFB,Maine
    128th FS, Georgia ANG, Dobbins AFB.
    118th FS,Connecticut ANG,Bradley Field
    147th FS, Pennsylvania ANG,Pittsburgh Airport
    198th FS, Puerto Rico ANG, Isla Verde Airport
    101st FS, MAssachusetts ANG,Logan Airport
    142nd FS,Delaware ANG,NEw Castle Airport
     
    ROCAF(Taiwan)-
    46th FS
    26th FS
    11th FG
     
    Other-
    Nicaragua(FAN)
    Guatemala (FAG)
     
     
    Yep, thats 14 new skins for your Thunderbolt!!
     
    Please view the read-me file for installation and of course CREDITS.
     
    Tested on SFV2 merged with all other SF2 titles and expansion packs.

    520 downloads

       (2 reviews)

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  24. Northrop T-38A Talon for SF1/WO v1.1

    A beautiful T-38A for use with SF1/WO. This was reverse-engineered from FASTCARGO's SF2 files for the T-38A.....therefore he gets the majority of the credit here. Included is a new skin for an early High Viz scheme T-38A and the files to sling a travel pod under your "White Rocket".....to hide the beer of course!! Skins include :
     
    3560th Pilot Training Wing-mid 1960's based at Webb AFB, TX. An early high-viz scheme with buzz numbers!!
    87th Flying Training Squadron - mid-90s 'white' scheme after AETC was created. Based at Laughlin AFB, TX.
    71st Flying Training Squadron - old 'white' scheme used in ATC until 1992. Based at Moody AFB, GA.
    9th Bomb Squadron - Companion Trainer Aircraft used until the mid-90s. Based at Dyess AFB, TX.
    1st Reconnaissance Squadron - Companion Trainer Aircraft still used by U-2 pilot. Based at Beale AFB, CA
     
    Animations include an opening and closing canopy for both student and instructor
     
    Aircraft navigation and landing lights work for night operations
     
    You can fly from both seats by a minor edit of the files (front and rear data and cockpit ini's included)

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  25. F2H-2B Banshee skin for VMF-122

    This skin is for the Dev. A Team F2H-2 Banshee. It depicts a VMF-122 Banshee which operated out of Cherry Point MCAS in Dec.1950. Simply place into your F2H-2 folder and go fly!! There are 10 aircraft numbers to choose from and the BuNo's are for F2H-2B Banshees.

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