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EricJ

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  1. Sure as I don't have that many reference pictures currently and I can use a project to do.
  2. As in the F-35B topic, FC is helping me out. He stated that he got it finished in MAX and has to map it this weekend. From FC: - F/A-18F - F/A-18G - F/A-18E (derived from F model) So right now, first will be the F model, with the G model behind it, and the E model, due to the fact that the fuselage has (the model) to be modified so it can be an "E" version. ETA is two weeks as usual. Yes FC has other commitments, and honestly I'm impatiently waiting for it, but we're on his schedule, not ours. Part of the reason he had to do a lot of fact finding so he can produce a good rendition. Components, especially the airbrakes need some research, but overall FC I'm sure has figured it out, so keep it to this topic, and keep Klavs81's "pure"
  3. You can scratch off -225 as I've done two skins for that squadron, the Viking heads are -225
  4. View File [Fictional] F/A-18E VMFA-232 CO This is just a simple What If skin if the Marines used the Super Hornet for it's replacement of the F/A-18 Legacy Hornet. Drop in the FA-18E_BlkII folder and go fly, can be found under VMFA-232 CO Submitter EricJ Submitted 10/16/2019 Category F-18  
  5. [Fictional] F/A-18E VMFA-232 CO

    Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    This is just a simple What If skin if the Marines used the Super Hornet for it's replacement of the F/A-18 Legacy Hornet. Drop in the FA-18E_BlkII folder and go fly, can be found under VMFA-232 CO
  6. Fixed the VMFA-232 and now ready for upload.
  7. Lol I'd have to do an F-35C skin first, as the Marines are going for that, but interesting video nonetheless...
  8. Got inspired to do a VMFA-232 F/A-18E as a What if skin.
  9. Ahh gotcha, I use Windows Media Player to play my songs on my computer, don't know if there is a mod in the files list that can help you.
  10. You can download from Amazon, as they should have some Credence as well. Then you'd have to find a converter if the format is in .wav; https://amzn.to/2Mka5Ya
  11. Well here's a first look at them as I can't think of anything else to do. VMFA-225 can be found under VMFA (AW)-225 2019, and the VMFA-232 Red Tail can be found under VMFA-232 'Red Devils' CO VMFA225Ver2.7z VMFA-232_Red_Tail.7z
  12. More work, fading stuff so it generally matches the photo
  13. And the D model. I took the liberty of using the previous skin to help expedite this skin, but should be okay since gradients don't work well with lettering. Since I didn't have a good right side shot I also guessed that it'll look okay the way it is.
  14. Started with the Red Tail VMFA-232 CO bird. The W on the right side is off, as the tail area is too small but otherwise correct I guess.
  15. View File F/A-18A+ VFA-87 Line 2007 This is a skin depicting VFA-87's aircraft in 2007, when they were using F/A-18A+ aircraft until they transitioned to the C model. Drop in your FA-18A_03 folder and go fly (or the F/A-18A+ 03 in the selection screen). Submitter EricJ Submitted 10/12/2019 Category F-18  
  16. F/A-18A+ VFA-87 Line 2007

    Version 1.0.0

    27 downloads

    This is a skin depicting VFA-87's aircraft in 2007, when they were using F/A-18A+ aircraft until they transitioned to the C model. Drop in your FA-18A_03 folder and go fly (or the F/A-18A+ 03 in the selection screen).
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