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  1. good morning, greetings from Honduras, you have a MiG-35 and MiG-29SM mods for SF2- thanks

  2. WAZALO68

    The Sukhoi Su-30 (Russian: Сухой Су-30; NATO reporting name: Flanker-C/G/H) is a twin-engine, two-seat supermaneuverable fighter aircraft developed in the Soviet Union by Russia's Sukhoi Aviation Corporation. It is a multirole fighter for all-weather, air-to-air and air-to-surface deep interdiction missions. The Su-30 started out as an internal development project in the Sukhoi Su-27 family by Sukhoi. The design plan was revamped and the name was made official by the Russian Defense Ministry in 1996. Of the Flanker family, the Su-27, Su-30, Su-33, Su-34 and Su-35 have been ordered into limited or serial production by the Russian Defense Ministry. The Su-30 has two distinct version branches, manufactured by competing organisations: KnAAPO and the Irkut Corporation, both of which come under the Sukhoi group's umbrella. KnAAPO manufactures the Su-30MKK and the Su-30MK2, which were designed for and sold to China, and later Indonesia, Uganda, Venezuela, and Vietnam. Due to KnAAPO's involvement from the early stages of developing the Su-35, these are basically a two-seat version of the mid-1990s Su-35. The Chinese chose an older but lighter radar so the canards could be omitted in return for increased payload. It is a fighter with both air supremacy and attack capabilities, generally similar to the U.S. F-15E Strike Eagle. Irkut traditionally served the Soviet Air Defense and, in the early years of Flanker development, was given the responsibility of manufacturing the Su-27UB, the two-seat trainer version. When India showed interests in the Su-30, Irkut offered the multirole Su-30MKI, which originated as the Su-27UB modified with avionics appropriate for fighters. Along with its ground-attack capabilities, the series adds features for the air-superiority role, such as canards, thrust-vectoring, and a long-range phased-array radar. Its derivatives include the Su-30MKM, MKA, and SM for Malaysia, Algeria, and Russia respectively. The Russian Air Force operates several Su-30s and has ordered the Su-30SM variant as well.
  3. WAZALO68

    F-4E Kurnass
  4. NF-5A_RNLAF_Ver1.0.7z

    great work!!! don't forget Euro Tigers..........CASA SF5A Spain, F5A Royal Norwegian Air Force , F-5A Turkish air force
  5. PAF F-16C Block 50

    Pakistan air force scheme, great work!
  6. F-5E Last Versions Pack??????
  7. Mirage F1CK2

    ludo.m54 don´t forget Iraqui Mirage F-1E Pack: Single-seat all-weather multi-role fighter and ground-attack aircraft. •Mirage F1EQ : Export version of the Mirage F1E for Iraq. 16 built. •Mirage F1EQ-2 : Single-seat air defence fighter version for Iraq. 16 built. •Mirage F1EQ-4 : Single-seat multi-role fighter, ground-attack, reconnaissance version for Iraq. 28 built. •Mirage F1EQ-5 : Single-seat anti-shipping version for Iraq. 20 built. •Mirage F1EQ-6 : Single-seat anti-shipping version for Iraq. 30 built. Well, there are 2 schemes: 1) the land scheme - used by most IrAF F-1EQ - sand & khaki green (not brown!) over light grey undesides 2) the maritime scheme applied on the EQ5 & EQ6 used for maritime strike missions with AM-39 Exocet missile - dark slate grey over white (Have a look on page 7 and page 16 of "old IrAF" tread you mentionned above) "Cool loads" could be: - maritime strike: 1 x AM-39 ,two fuel tanks, 2 x ECM pods and 2 x Matra 550 AAMs on wingtips (this was the "full operational load for maritime strike for the grey camouflaged birds) - air superiority: 1 x fuel tank, 2 x Matra 530 & 2 x 550 AAMs - long range bombing: 1 x big "Iraqi" fuel tank (can be found in Heller F-1CT boxing) and 2 x US Mk-84 bombs ( as used to attack the Bushehr nuclear reactor ) - wild weasel: 1 x "BAZAR" anti radar missile, 2 x fuel tanks and 2 x Matra 550 AAMS - precison attack with 2 x AS-30L or 2 x LGBs and 1 x ATLIS guidance pod, as well as 2 x Matra 550 AAMs There were also some F-1EQs wearing kill markings, "4014" having 14 kill markings applied (actually 2 kill were obtained on this a/c) All EQs had an "enlarged" dorsal fin, as correctly illustrated on the ESCI boxing. Depending from the version ( F-1EQ,EQ2,BQ3,EQ4,EQ5,EQ6 were upplied) there will be also differences between the fin tip antennae (late EQ5 & EQ6) and some other details. Please don't hesitate to ask if you would need any help with this project. We are working on a decal sheet for IrAF (including 4014)and IRIAF Mirage F-1EQs in all these schemes, but the sheet will be released in late 2012/early 2013, as there are some other projects going simultaneously.
  8. MiG-29M/M2

    In 2005 the RAC "MiG" commenced production of new unified family of multi-role fighters, belonging to the "4++" generation. All fighters have a high level of structure, power plant, airborne systems, avionics and weapons unification. The fighters unified family will be in production and subjected to improvements for a long time.Both the MiG-29M (single seat) and MiG-29M2 (double seat) aircraft are the "4++" generation multi-role fighters with the extended range, weapons increased load and airborne weapons broad nomenclature.


    Main technical and technological innovations applied on the MiG-29M/M2 fighters are as follows:
    – improved fuselage & wing;
    – fly-by-wire control system with quadruple redundancy;
    – significantly reduced radar signature;
    – increased internal fuel capacity and in-flight refueling possibility;
    – increased weapons load stored at nine external hard points.

    The MiG-29M/M2 fighters belong to the new unified combat aircraft family designed on the basis of MiG-29K/KUB carrier-based fighters.

    The power plant includes RD-33MK engines with increased thrust power, equipped with smokeless combustion chamber and new electronic control system (of FADEC type). Engines are of the module structure and have increased reliability and service life.

    Upon customer’s request the fighters can be equipped with the modified "all aspect" vectored thrust RD-33MK engine ensuring the aircraft superiority in a maneuvering dogfight. The power plant of two vectored thrust engines was tested on the super-maneuverable prototype-aircraft MiG-29M OVT.

    The MiG-29M/M2 fighters are remarkable for the improved operational characteristics and increased reliability of assemblies, systems and units. As compared to the previous fighters the flight hour cost is reduced about 2.5 times. The MiG-29M/M2 fighters are intended for the on-condition maintenance.

    The airborne avionics is of the open architecture based on MIL-STD-1553B standard that allows the installation on aircraft of new equipment and weapons of Russian and foreign origin upon customer request.

    The fighter has multi-role, multi-mode "pulse-Doppler" type radar "Zhuk-ME" manufactured by "Fazotron-NIIP" Corporation. The radar is provided with the slot array. As compared with radars of the previous generation, "Zhuk-ME" has wider scanning angle in azimuth, twice longer target detection range, less weight and increased reliability. "Zhuk-ME" provides tracking up to 10 air targets with four targets simultaneous firing with missiles.

    The MiG-29M/M2 fighters are equipped with state-of-the-art multi-channel IRST with target designation system to the anti-radar passive war-head missiles.

    There is the possibility of installation on aircraft of IR and laser sighting equipment pods for ground targets illumination.

     Weapons system includes "A-A", "A-S" missiles, guided aerial bombs, rockets, aerial bombs and built-in air-gun of 30 mm caliber. Upon request of the customer the new types of weapons can be applied. The MiG-29M/M2 fighters weapons allow to destruct air targets as well as the movable and stationary ground/surface targets.

    Both the single and double seat versions of aircraft have the same airborne equipment and weapons as well as the high unification level of structure.

    For the MiG-29M/M2 fighters the full set of training means was developed.

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  9. MiG-29A Series 9-12

    THANK YOU SO MUCH, I LOVE THE MIG-29 FULCRUM
  10. MiG-29A Series 9-12

    UPGRADE NEW VERSIONS MiG-29S (Product 9.13) The MiG-29S, given the NATO reporting code "Fulcrum-C", features flight control system improvements; a total of four new computers provide better stability augmentation and controllability with an increase of 2° in angle of attack (AoA). An improved mechanical-hydraulic flight control system allows for greater control surface deflections. The MiG-29S has a dorsal hump, which led to its nickname "Fatback", houses the L-203BE Gardenyia-1 ECM system. The MiG-29S can carry 1,150 l (250 imp gal; 300 US gal) under wing drop tanks and a centerline tank. The inboard underwing hardpoints allow a tandem pylon arrangement for carrying a larger payload of 4,000 kg (8,800 lb). Overall maximum gross weight has been raised to 20,000 kg (44,000 lb). Built only for domestic use. Early MiG-29S featured an IRST sighting system; the MiG-29S improvement kit includes the Phazotron N019M radar and Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) to reduce dependence on ground support equipment; MiG MAPO designates this as MiG-29SD. Improvements to software and processing capabilities enables the tracking of up to 10 targets and the simultaneous engagement of two with the R-77 missile. The MiG-29S also has a limited ground-attack capability. MiG-29SE Export model of MiG-29S with slightly downgraded N-019ME radar with multiple target tracking ability and RVV-AE (R-77 missile) compatibility. The first export model MiG-29 with underwing drop tanks; the inner underwing pylons can carry over 500 kg (1,100 lb) bombs in side by side tandem pairs. Its weapons mix includes R-27T1, R-27ER1 and R-27ET1 medium-range missiles. The aircraft can be fitted with active ECM systems, weapons guidance aids, improved built-in check and training systems. The MiG-29SE can simultaneously engage two air targets MiG-29SM (Product 9.13M) Similar to the 9.13, but with the ability to carry guided air-to-surface missiles and TV- and laser-guided bombs. NATO reporting code is "Fulcrum-C". MiG-29SM (SyAF) For the Syrian Air Force, and based on the MiG-29SM, except the Syrian MiG-29SM uses the 9.12 airframe. RAC MiG developed a special variant for Syria. MiG-29SMT (Product 9.17) The MiG-29SMT is an upgrade package for first-generation MiG-29s (9.12 to 9.13) containing enhancements intended for the MiG-29M variant. Additional fuel tanks in a further enlarged spine provide a maximum flight range of 2,100 km (1,300 mi) on internal fuel. The cockpit has an enhanced HOTAS design, two 152 mm × 203 mm (6.0 in × 8.0 in) colour liquid crystal MFDs and two smaller monochrome LCDs. The MiG-29A was not designed for an advanced air-to-ground capability, this is substantially improved by the SMT upgrade; features include air-to-ground radar detection and integrated air-to-ground guided weapons.[162] The upgraded Zhuk-ME radar provides similar features to the MiG-29M. The power plant are upgraded RD-33 ser.3 engines with afterburning thrust rated at 81 kN (18,000 lbf) each. The weapons load was increased to 4,500 kg (9,900 lb) on six underwing and one ventral hardpoints, with similar weapon choices as for the MiG-29M. The upgraded aircraft can also accommodate non-Russian origin avionics and weapons
  11. F-4E RAAF pack

  12. 'Rivet Haste’ F-4E USAF pack add-on

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