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  1. These CF-5A's (CF-116) always looked good. My two cents : Your side decals are wrong :) ''CANADIAN ARMED FORCES'' on left side and ''FORCES ARMÉES CANADIENNES'' on right side. and Canadian flag is too big on the tail. But great looking!
  2. Went on to do a campaign with the O-1E Bird Dod in Korea. Have been assigned to a rare Armed Recon mission and i laugth when i saw what was my target :)
  3. A-10 Hog sites?

    Have you seen these sites : https://www.airport-data.com/manuf/Fairchild_Republic.html https://www.spottingmode.com/opad/fleet/united_states/air_force/fairchild_a-10_thunderbolt_ii/
  4. Hi Stratos, Maybe these should help :) These are the templates for Tchad scheme i made for ODS 30th anniversary :)
  5. RCAF taking delivery of their first two CF-355A
  6. SF2_OpDarius_2022_F35_401TFG.zip

    Don't get me wrong, but the marking for the RCAF on your bird is not ok. Especially the tail which do not represent the RCAF markings system. You should also use the current system markings. I made a 410Sqn RCAF F-35 skin but i did not posted the file at CA because is was far from my standrad for a release:) I think the RCAF might call it the CF-135 or CF-355 (a plain guess here) if i got with their past designations... However, always glad to se people wanting to do RCAF stuff! See pictures of what i done then. Forget the beginning of the serial numbers (151...) as it as on the CF-151 thing months ago :) I think i might revisit the V2.0 skin i started for various squadrons. You can be sure the 409, 410, 425 and 433 will get some of the new fighters along with the 414. But now that the choice is almost made to get the F-35, i'm just wondering if they will go for a dark scheme or not :) Updated version :
  7. Made it as a decal as i did for my E-2C skins [DecalXXX] MeshName=nose DecalLevel=0 DecalFacing=RIGHT FilenameFormat=E-2C/VAW115/stripeR Position=4.05,0.40 Rotation=100.0 Scale=2.8 DecalMaxLOD=2 [DecalXXX] MeshName=nose DecalLevel=0 DecalFacing=LEFT FilenameFormat=E-2C/VAW115/stripeL Position=4.05,0.40 Rotation=80.0 Scale=2.8 DecalMaxLOD=2 stripeL.tga stripeR.tga
  8. Canada did not fly US fighter jets only, they flew the CF-100 (fighter jet but referred as an interceptor), but hey we made it to the production line and it served with RCAF and Belgium :) Does the F-35 is the right choice? I can't tell but the JAS-39 Gripen E could have been a good choice too as it would have been assembled in Canada. Not to mention way more less expensive to buy and maintain. But we love to buy American stuff :) Now I can't wait seeing them land at the airport the CF-18's (and various other) where i live land as a remote strip :)
  9. CF-101 Skin pack View File Per Read me : SF2 CF-101 Voodoo (Version 2.0) You will have to get the original package in order to have the update working as not all the files are on this download. Package can be found there : *** For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Recommended/Preferred) *** This package contains files needed to go from V 1.0 to 2.0. Skins have been reworked here and there. Skins included are : Squadrons 409, 410, 414, 416 and 425 : 61-65 era 65-68 era 68-73 era 73-84 era Squadrons 409, 414, 416 and 425 : Special schemes (NEW) - Maple Flag ’83 : Camo patter used on one plane (with water paint in real life) Different sqn planes (grey schemes) Installation : Simply drag and drop files where needed and overwrite when prompted. Special tanks to: ErikGen – Base aircraft where the F-101B can be found : yakarov79 – for sharing his F-101 data as I had an issue with the weapon selection and it was at great help to solve it on the original release. Sundowner – For some layers I borrowed on his F-101C templates : Happy flights! Mario C. Submitter 1977Frenchie Submitted 03/04/2022 Category F-101  
  10. CF-101 Skin pack

    Version 2.0.0

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    Per Read me : SF2 CF-101 Voodoo (Version 2.0) You will have to get the original package in order to have the update working as not all the files are on this download. Package can be found there : *** For SF2, Full-5 Merged (Recommended/Preferred) *** This package contains files needed to go from V 1.0 to 2.0. Skins have been reworked here and there. Skins included are : Squadrons 409, 410, 414, 416 and 425 : 61-65 era 65-68 era 68-73 era 73-84 era Squadrons 409, 414, 416 and 425 : Special schemes (NEW) - Maple Flag ’83 : Camo patter used on one plane (with water paint in real life) Different sqn planes (grey schemes) Installation : Simply drag and drop files where needed and overwrite when prompted. Special tanks to: ErikGen – Base aircraft where the F-101B can be found : yakarov79 – for sharing his F-101 data as I had an issue with the weapon selection and it was at great help to solve it on the original release. Sundowner – For some layers I borrowed on his F-101C templates : Happy flights! Mario C.
  11. Told ya that a camo schme made from water paint would not last :) Skin pack V2.0 about to be done!
  12. Still Voodoo time :) 2 scheme from Maple Flag '83 (the camo one need to be worked on as it was done with water paint and a mop and did not lasted long :)
  13. Ghost of Kyiv

    Seems propaganda from my POV. Maybe got inspired by this :
  14. #1 RCAF EF-101 with ''Lark One'' in the background. #2 RCAF 425Sqn ''Lark One'' retirement scheme. These are reworks schemes i made some times ago. Will release a V2.0 package soon with smoother skins/decals. As the original pack was one of my first skins :)
  15. EF-101D Jammin VooDoo. What If...

    You do know the RCAF used a real EF-101 (F-101B converted with EB-57E electronic jamming capacity incorporated) until april 1987 (year where plane been sent back to the US). Plane was attached to the 414 Sqn in North Bay
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