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  1. L-39C Fictional USN Desert Aggressor


    Based on an A-4 VA-126 scheme (loosely I might add but the colors are correct) and adapted for the L-39C airframe. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Ukraine and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional USN Desert Aggressor” and go fly


    6 downloads

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  2. L-39C USAF Aggressor


    This scheme is an adaptation of an F-15C scheme. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “USAF Aggressor Splinter” and go fly.


    9 downloads

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  3. L-39C VFC-12 Aggressor Splinter


    This scheme is an adaptation of an F/A-18A VFC-12 scheme. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “VFC-12 Aggressor Splinter” and go fly. Additional help from HomeFries, particularly his adjusted decals and warning stickers.


    7 downloads

       (1 review)

    0 comments

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  4. Low Level tutorial for WoX/SF2

    Again an old tutorial, just thought I'd get it uploaded as well.

    237 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    2 comments

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  5. SA-10 Grumble

    This is a specific threat tutorial, given it's the most deadliest of all the SAM systems that is available via third-party downloads.

    192 downloads

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  6. L-39C Fictional CoNA Scheme


    This scheme is an adaptation of an EA-18G VAQ-129 scheme for the Centennial of Naval Aviation observance. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional CoNA Scheme” and go fly.


    7 downloads

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    0 comments

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  7. Guided Weapons Tutorial

    This has been out "unofficially" for a few years, finally got off my butt and uploaded it. While it was made in February 2010 it still is a handy little guide on how to drop guided weapons that the game supports.

    479 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    1 comment

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  8. L-39C Fictional Czech Winter Scheme


    This scheme is a simple “Winter” scheme that I made based on the previous European 1 scheme, with some modifications. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Czech Republic and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Czech Winter Scheme” and go fly.


    5 downloads

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  9. L-39C Fictional European 1


    This scheme is a simple “Aggressor” scheme that is based on the basic European 1 scheme found on early A-10s. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional European 1” and go fly.


    4 downloads

       (1 review)

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  10. L-39C Fictional Arctic Scheme


    This scheme is a simple “Aggressor” scheme that is based on an F-16 scheme. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Arctic Scheme” and go fly.


    7 downloads

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  11. L-39C FIctional Venezuelan Aggressor


    This scheme is a simple “Aggressor” scheme that I felt like doing for fun. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Venezuelan Aggressor” and go fly.


    9 downloads

       (1 review)

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  12. L-39C Fictional South East Asia Scheme


    This scheme is a simple “blank” scheme that I felt like doing for fun. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select USA and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional SEA Scheme” and go fly.


    5 downloads

       (1 review)

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  13. L-39C Fictional Ferris No.3 Splinter


    Based on a Heather Ferris F-15C scheme, this represents a fictional skin for the new L-39 Module. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Russia and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Ferris Splinter No.3” and go fly.


    6 downloads

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  14. L-39C FIctional Russian White Splinter


    Based on a Prototype MIG-29 SMT scheme, this represents a fictional skin for the new L-39 Module. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Russia and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Russian White Splinter” and go fly.


    9 downloads

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  15. L-39C Fictional Russian Desert Splinter


    Based on an MIG-29 Prototype SMT scheme, this represents a fictional skin for the new L-39 Module. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Russia and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Russian Desert Splinter” and go fly


    4 downloads

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  16. L-39C Fictional Ukrainian Splinter


    L-39C Fictional Ukrainian Splinter


     

    Based on the Su-27 scheme, this represents a fictional skin for the new L-39 Module. To install simply copy and paste the Livery folder in DCSWorld/CoreMods/aircraft/L-39/Liveries folder, select Ukraine and in the Payload Editor select “Fictional Ukrainian Splinter” and go fly


    9 downloads

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  17. Super Hornet Package for SF2 v4.1

    THIS IS NOT UNDER THE COMBATACE FREEWARE LICENSE ACCORD
     
    YOU MAY
     
    - Have fun with this mod
    - Use it as you see fit once you download it, even modify it as you see fit
    - Create your own textures as you see fit and upload them under your name
     
    IF you wish to send me any modified core files (I don't need to review skins as that doesn't affect any core files) please PM me the modified files and I will check them out. There is no exception to this policy given my attitude towards staying out of jail. I will check them out and yay or nay the decision, but if I can edit any files in order to not go to jail, I will inform you and that will be it. I understand you may have information of a sensitive nature that you may have access to and frankly it does not belong in any files of this download. If that bothers you then please don't send me sensitive information, I think I've made it clear that I'm not going to jail in order to appease to players.
     
    http://combatace.com...24-my-projects/
     
    Newer skin PSD with Block I ECS (no stacks) now available for skinning needs:
    http://combatace.com...-skin-template/
     
    - Fixed some glaring errors in the INI files.

    9,415 downloads

       (28 reviews)

    35 comments

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  18. F/A-18C Fight's On


    Modeled on the F/A-18C, this livery from the USMC VMFA-312 is one of the more unique schemes devised based on Heather Ferris’s work. To use for the AI simply copy and paste the “Fights On” folder into the fa-18c folder, and let the AI go fly (or until the DCS: Hornet module comes out).


    25 downloads

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  19. DCS Skinning Guide

    - Added Interpretation

    44 downloads

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  20. A-10 Ferris Splinter [Fictional]


    A-10 Ferris Splinter [Fictional]


    This is a basic Splinter scheme based on an F-15C design modified for the A-10 airframe, and also some artistic liberties as well. While the A-10C is shown, this can also be used on the A-10A, simply copy and paste the folder into the Bazar\Liveries\A-10A or A-10C and select “Ferris Splinter No.1” in the Payload Menu and go fly.

    18 downloads

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  21. VFA-35 Line Blk II [Fictional]

    Much like the Blk I version, this represents a Block II jet, with appropriately changed tail insignia to represent a "change" and so on. Also can be used on the F version if preferred.

    41 downloads

       (1 review)

    1 comment

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  22. VFA-35 Line Blk I [Fictional]

    The "line" versions of the Fictional VFA-35 series, set specifically for the Blk I F/A-18E. Note this can of course be used for the Blk I F/A-18F as well.

    40 downloads

       (1 review)

    1 comment

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  23. F/A-18E VFA-35 Blk II CAG [Fictional]

    The same style as below, this is a "later" skin for a Block II Super Hornet as opposed for the previous Blk I version. This too can be used on the F version (though slight differences in fuselage will of course change the appearance).

    46 downloads

       (2 reviews)

    2 comments

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  24. DCS JFO/JTAC Pilot Guide

    Finally got this uploaded onto the site, figured it would be better than always uploading to my site.

    42 downloads

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  25. F/A-18E VFA-35 CAG [Fictional]

    This is a skin specifically developed for the F/A-18E Blk I and therefore can work on a Blk II aircraft, only that due to the ECS stacks will look weird. I will upload a version for the Blk II version.
     
    However it should be noted that there is no such thing as a "VFA-35" (the "parent' unit would have been VA-35, which was disestablished in early 1995) but given I liked the tail insignia I decided to make a fictional version just to shake off the rust.

    39 downloads

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