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  1. File Name: F-15E Strike Eagle_Radar AESA_SFP1 Y SFG File Submitter: Kaiser1 File Submitted: 26 August 2016 File Category: F-15 Eagle F-15E Strike Eagle by Kaiser1 ESPAÑOL Versión del F-15 adaptado a cazabombardero todo tiempo, cuando entró en servicio en la USAF, los F-15E fueron dotados de un radar AN/APG 70 del tipo multimodo (impulsos Doppler+banda X), después de servir en varios escenarios de combate, la USAF pidió una modernización en su aviónica a Boeing, el cual junto con Raytheon, remplazaron los APG 70 por radares tipo AESA de barrido electrónico activo, los AN/APG 82 V1, que contaban con varias cualidades superiores que sus antecesores. Esta versión del F-15E esta desarrollada sobre la base de la versión F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 de Dave con permisos otorgados, intentando mejorar la aviónica de los F-15E y dotarlos de una cabina propia y correspondiente. El F-15E proporciona las siguiente mejoras: 3 pantallas MFD con la información necesaria para el piloto virtual. Versión de radar lo mas fiel al AN/APG 82 V1. Identificador IFF (Amigo-Enemigo), en la pantalla del radar los enemigos aparecen de color AMARILLO y los amigos de color AZUL (solo en modo TWS-Track While Scan). El APG 82 tiene una ventana de escaneo de 120° y un rango de alcance de 160. Versatilidad de armamento tanto aire-aire como aire-superficie. Muestreo de rangos para misiles AA de radar activo y semiactivo. En fase de pruebas de combate consiguió victorias contra J10A y MiG-35 Fulcrum F. Agradecimientos a Dave y el equipo de trabajo del F-15E V1.3, a CombatACE, al grupo Strike Fighters Series y sus modeladores. INGLÉS Version of the F-15 adapted to fighter bomber all time when he entered service in the USAF, the F-15E was fitted with an AN / APG 70 radar multimode type (pulse Doppler + band X), after serving in various scenarios combat, the USAF ordered a modernization in its avionics to Boeing, which together with Raytheon, replaced the APG 70 radar AESA type of active electronic scanning, the AN / APG 82 V1, which had several superior qualities than their predecessors. This version of the F-15E is developed on the basis of the version F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 Dave, trying to improve the avionics of the F-15E and provide them with a corresponding own cabin. The F-15E provides the following improvements: 3 screens MFD with the information necessary for the virtual pilot. Radar version as faithful to the AN / APG 82 V1. ID IFF (Friend or Foe), on the radar screen enemies appear yellow and friends of BLUE (TWS-only mode Track While Scan). The APG 82 has a scanning window of 120 ° and a range of range of 160. Versatility both arms air-air and air-to-surface. Sampling AA missile ranges for active and semi-active radar. In combat test phase got victories against J10A and MiG-35 Fulcrum F. Thanks to Dave and the team of F-15E V1.3, to combatace, the group Strike Fighters Series and modelers. Click here to download this file
  2. Version V1.5

    181 downloads

    F-15E Strike Eagle by Kaiser1 ESPAÑOL Versión del F-15 adaptado a cazabombardero todo tiempo, cuando entró en servicio en la USAF, los F-15E fueron dotados de un radar AN/APG 70 del tipo multimodo (impulsos Doppler+banda X), después de servir en varios escenarios de combate, la USAF pidió una modernización en su aviónica a Boeing, el cual junto con Raytheon, remplazaron los APG 70 por radares tipo AESA de barrido electrónico activo, los AN/APG 82 V1, que contaban con varias cualidades superiores que sus antecesores. Esta versión del F-15E esta desarrollada sobre la base de la versión F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 de Dave con permisos otorgados, intentando mejorar la aviónica de los F-15E y dotarlos de una cabina propia y correspondiente. El F-15E proporciona las siguiente mejoras: 3 pantallas MFD con la información necesaria para el piloto virtual. Versión de radar lo mas fiel al AN/APG 82 V1. Identificador IFF (Amigo-Enemigo), en la pantalla del radar los enemigos aparecen de color AMARILLO y los amigos de color AZUL (solo en modo TWS-Track While Scan). El APG 82 tiene una ventana de escaneo de 120° y un rango de alcance de 160. Versatilidad de armamento tanto aire-aire como aire-superficie. Muestreo de rangos para misiles AA de radar activo y semiactivo. En fase de pruebas de combate consiguió victorias contra J10A y MiG-35 Fulcrum F. Agradecimientos a Dave y el equipo de trabajo del F-15E V1.3, a CombatACE, al grupo Strike Fighters Series y sus modeladores. INGLÉS Version of the F-15 adapted to fighter bomber all time when he entered service in the USAF, the F-15E was fitted with an AN / APG 70 radar multimode type (pulse Doppler + band X), after serving in various scenarios combat, the USAF ordered a modernization in its avionics to Boeing, which together with Raytheon, replaced the APG 70 radar AESA type of active electronic scanning, the AN / APG 82 V1, which had several superior qualities than their predecessors. This version of the F-15E is developed on the basis of the version F-15E Strike Eagle V1.3 Dave, trying to improve the avionics of the F-15E and provide them with a corresponding own cabin. The F-15E provides the following improvements: 3 screens MFD with the information necessary for the virtual pilot. Radar version as faithful to the AN / APG 82 V1. ID IFF (Friend or Foe), on the radar screen enemies appear yellow and friends of BLUE (TWS-only mode Track While Scan). The APG 82 has a scanning window of 120 ° and a range of range of 160. Versatility both arms air-air and air-to-surface. Sampling AA missile ranges for active and semi-active radar. In combat test phase got victories against J10A and MiG-35 Fulcrum F. Thanks to Dave and the team of F-15E V1.3, to combatace, the group Strike Fighters Series and modelers.
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  4. View File Mirage F1M_SFP1 Dassault Mirage F1M Español: Este modelo integra una parte del programa de modernización de los Mirage F1 españoles, los cuales fueron denominados F1M, el modelo se basa en el Mirage F1C-200 francés de column5.us, usado con el permiso de su autor. Pensado para el reemplazo de viejos Mirage F1 del SFP1, el modelo incluye, nuevo sistema Head Up Display (HUD), no tan diferente al del F1 CT, un sistema de contramedidas AN/ALE 40 dispensador de chaff y bengalas integrados al avión (esto elimina los viejos pods de contramedidas electrónicas Phimat) y el skin perteneciente al C14 español. English: This model integrates a part of the modernization of Mirage F1 Spaniards, who were called F1M, the model is based on the Mirage F1C-200 French column5.us, used with permission of the author. Designed for replacement of old Mirage F1 SFP1, the model includes new system Head Up Display (HUD), not so different from F1 CT, a system of countermeasures AN / ALE 40 chaff dispenser and integrated flares on the plane (this removes old electronic countermeasures pods Phimat) and skin belonging to the Spanish C14. Que lo disfruten::: Disculpen por el ingles, soy latino. Submitter Kaiser1 Submitted 01/27/2015 Category Mirage and Kfir  
  5. Mirage F1M_SFP1

    Version 1.0

    122 downloads

    Dassault Mirage F1M Español: Este modelo integra una parte del programa de modernización de los Mirage F1 españoles, los cuales fueron denominados F1M, el modelo se basa en el Mirage F1C-200 francés de column5.us, usado con el permiso de su autor. Pensado para el reemplazo de viejos Mirage F1 del SFP1, el modelo incluye, nuevo sistema Head Up Display (HUD), no tan diferente al del F1 CT, un sistema de contramedidas AN/ALE 40 dispensador de chaff y bengalas integrados al avión (esto elimina los viejos pods de contramedidas electrónicas Phimat) y el skin perteneciente al C14 español. English: This model integrates a part of the modernization of Mirage F1 Spaniards, who were called F1M, the model is based on the Mirage F1C-200 French column5.us, used with permission of the author. Designed for replacement of old Mirage F1 SFP1, the model includes new system Head Up Display (HUD), not so different from F1 CT, a system of countermeasures AN / ALE 40 chaff dispenser and integrated flares on the plane (this removes old electronic countermeasures pods Phimat) and skin belonging to the Spanish C14. Que lo disfruten::: Disculpen por el ingles, soy latino.
  6. A CombatAce and OBD Software special... Bringing classic WW1 memoirs to life in Wings Over Flanders Fields! This year marks the hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War. To help mark this centenary - and to recall the courage and sacrifice of those who fought in the skies of WW1, for real - CombatAce, in partnership with OBD Software, will feature a unique series of mission reports. Each article will take a look at one of the classic pilot autobiographies of the First World War and will then report on a campaign mission inspired by the book and flown to bring it to life. For this, we'll be using OBD Software's great new sim, Wings Over Flanders Fields, whose realistic orders of battle make it particularly well suited to this particular mission! The books and the aeroplanes featured will be chosen to illustrate both the development of combat aircraft and the progression of the air war, from 1915 through to 1918. The titles and the planes we currently plan to cover are: - Duncan Grinnell-Milne's 'Wind in the Wires' (BE2c, 1915); - Cecil Lewis's 'Sagittarius Rising' (Morane parasol, mid-1916); - Manfred von Richthofen's 'The Red Battle-flier' (Albatros DII, late 1916); - Billy Bishop's 'Winged Warfare' (Nieuport Scout, early 1917); - Arthur Gould Lee's 'No Parachute' (Sopwith Pup, mid-1917); - James McCudden's 'Flying Fury' (SE5a, late 1917); and - Rudolph Stark's 'Wings of War' (Pfalz D IIIa, mid-1918). To accompany the series, we are pleased to announce that OBD Software will be offering a prize to the winner of a competition based on the reports; details will be announced soon. We plan to begin the series in early April, so watch this space!
  7. Facebook Integration

    [fimg=left]https://fbcdn-photos-a.akamaihd.net/photos-ak-snc7/v27562/73/479134732148929/app_104_479134732148929_1565370897.png[/fimg]For those of us who have Facebook accounts I have added the ability for members to sign-in using Facebook. In addition new and current members can associate their Facebook accounts if they wish to do so. The newly deployed abilities gives Facebook members new abilities and a way to minimize multiple login accounts. New members can use the create login link on the top right of all our pages. To sign-in using your Facebook account all you need to do is choose the Facebook sign-in option when creating a new account. During this process you will have the option to choose your display name, which is the public name people see when you post or are online. (Example RedBaron01) Existing members who have an account with us already you can associate your account to your Facebook account by first logging out of the site. Next log back in using the Facebook option. Once you have completed the Facebook log-in you will be given the option to "Associate an Existing Account". Select that option and enter your log-in details for CombatACE and the two accounts will be associated. This option allows more Facebook type options while using our services and features here. Should you ever wish to remove your Facebook association removal is easy. Log into your Facebook and click on the Apps Page > My Apps. Next find CombatACE and remove it by selecting the small "X" in the upper right of the blue box that appears when hovering over our name. You must remove it through your Facebook account because they maintain the association we only allow the log-in using their credentials. We hope you enjoy the new features and we look forward to seeing how they are used.
  8. File Name: Combatace's Su-33 for Flaming Cliffs 2.0 File Submitter: Ruggbutt File Submitted: 25 August 2012 File Category: LOMAC Aircraft Mods Created from detailed schematics and gathered information, this Su-33 model by combatace sets a new standard for the 3d models in Flaming Cliffs 2. Thanks go to the following: Beta Testers from the 104th Phoenix VFBS and all the other testers involved in this endeavour Pougatchev for the detailed Su-33 pilot model Click here to download this file
  9. Version

    189 downloads

    Created from detailed schematics and gathered information, this Su-33 model by combatace sets a new standard for the 3d models in Flaming Cliffs 2. Thanks go to the following: Beta Testers from the 104th Phoenix VFBS and all the other testers involved in this endeavour Pougatchev for the detailed Su-33 pilot model
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