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  1. What is this plane?

    Sorry, but nothing compares to the CF-105 :)
  2. Only time i encountered this problem is right after installing the F-18E/F where one sound file came in conflict with the old one... By chance i always make sure i have a copy of my running game BEFORE doing any change. I put the old sound file instead of the new one and i was back in the sky :) Your problem might not be like this one... but it sounds like that. Removing the plane and decal folder of the installed plane will not solve it as you always put sounds, weapons, etc... you need to get rid of the every new files you installed and put the old one's...
  3. This Silliness Right Here

    from the LOL series (made in Québec), so in my native language, French :)
  4. Looking for a crazy aircraft

    Now i know from where the term Prop Wash come's from :)
  5. Will be a pleasure :)
  6. Cool looking RCAF Navy HO4S-3 (H-34), and do not forget the other RCN scheme :) And for the RCAF, do not forget the Rescue and transport Command schemes :)
  7. Pilot ejected and alive but seen to have back problems. Status of the house occupents not clearly known, but one person in hospital (reported as a death by some media). https://www.cp24.com/news/canadian-forces-snowbird-plane-crashes-in-b-c-1.4943371
  8. F-117 Nighthawk

    When it came in CFB Bagotville (i think it's in 1997) my then brother in law was a CF-18 chief mechanic and i had the chance to meet the pilot the evening the plane came in. I took a picture of the plane the day after at the airshow and talked again to the pilot. The morning after i went to the base with my brother in law and we saw the pilot again before departure (sunday morning at 05:30) and we made the walk around with him! But he did not let me sneak in the cockpit :) But that was damn cool to see this special bird that close!
  9. The Corona Virus Thread

    I did not catch your mention was region specific, my apologies... May your kid get all necessary precautions and may not become one infected!
  10. The Corona Virus Thread

    ext.... you have cases in Ontario and 1 death up to now... Eastern Province of Quebec here, Canada A few cases under study now in my region but most cases are at Montreal. We stand at 63 confirm now and 0 death in the Province. A lot of public places closed (bars, theatres, gyms, ski hills, sugar shacks, arcades, pools, city halls, reataurants (except deliveries and take outs), schools, libraries and the more it goes, the more it gets restrictive... Border closed to foreign tourists, only Canadian Citizens are authorized. Exception of the US residents that can still cross the border (non-sense for me)... So we may have a chance to extend the virus so health services MIGHT not be overwhelmed... but only future will know... Let's hope we will not live this as hard as our European counterparts. My prayers for those who will suffer losses in this and take care all!
  11. View File RCAF C-119 Skin Pack To be used on SF2 C-119 Flying Boxcar by Wrench that can be found here : https://combatace.com/files/file/13465-sf2-c-119-flying-boxcar-korean-war-era-and-later-by-montycz/ You will get the following CC-119 skins in this package : 1953-1958 Scheme 1958-1965 Scheme 1965-1968 Scheme Installation: Copy the current pack objects/aircraft folder in your game C-119 aircraft folder. Copy the current pack objects/decals folder in your game C-119 decals folder. Copy the C-119.ini content to the game C-119 aircraft folder and change textureset number accordingly. RCAF serials and plane numbers are real one's. Credits: All those in the original ReadME: MontyCZ for the original aircraft and template set (and Soulfreak for finding the templates for me!!) also, Monty for the 63 & 64 TCS skins (albeit modified slightly by me!) the 7T USMC skin by Soulfreak The Man!! cockpit by Kesselbrut Wrench, for the reworking and assembling the package, skins decals, screens, and sweeping up Thirdwire for creating the Strike Fighters series. Those involved in the work of original aircraft. CanMilAir and LeadingEdge Decals for the references. Me for the new skins and decals :). Happy flights! Mario C. Frenchie1977 Submitter 1977Frenchie Submitted 03/05/2020 Category AC/C-119  
  12. RCAF C-119 Skin Pack

    Version 1.0.0

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    To be used on SF2 C-119 Flying Boxcar by Wrench that can be found here : https://combatace.com/files/file/13465-sf2-c-119-flying-boxcar-korean-war-era-and-later-by-montycz/ You will get the following CC-119 skins in this package : 1953-1958 Scheme 1958-1965 Scheme 1965-1968 Scheme Installation: Copy the current pack objects/aircraft folder in your game C-119 aircraft folder. Copy the current pack objects/decals folder in your game C-119 decals folder. Copy the C-119.ini content to the game C-119 aircraft folder and change textureset number accordingly. RCAF serials and plane numbers are real one's. Credits: All those in the original ReadME: MontyCZ for the original aircraft and template set (and Soulfreak for finding the templates for me!!) also, Monty for the 63 & 64 TCS skins (albeit modified slightly by me!) the 7T USMC skin by Soulfreak The Man!! cockpit by Kesselbrut Wrench, for the reworking and assembling the package, skins decals, screens, and sweeping up Thirdwire for creating the Strike Fighters series. Those involved in the work of original aircraft. CanMilAir and LeadingEdge Decals for the references. Me for the new skins and decals :). Happy flights! Mario C. Frenchie1977
  13. Okay History Buffs, Veteran Navy, Cold War Researchers

    A disabled Victor III SSN (K-324) on the surface with a Moma Class survey vessel and USS Peterson (DD-969). K-324 suffered a damaged propeller after getting tangled in USS McCloy's (FF-1038) towed sonar array 282 miles west of Bermuda, October, 1983.
  14. Okay History Buffs, Veteran Navy, Cold War Researchers

    Is it the USS McCloy (FF-1038) that got his towed-array sonar cable stuck in the propeller of a Soviet Victor III Class sub (K-324)?
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