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  1. The SDASM has uploaded several interesting F-16 videos to their YT account https://www.youtube.com/user/sdasmarchives/videos Including Sparrow testing, 30mm gunpod testing, HUD footage and more. Not to mention all the other interesting videos...
  2. File Name: F-16XL for SF2 – F-16E Blk 62 Fighting Falcon File Submitter: dtmdragon File Submitted: 27 April 2016 File Category: What If Hangar F-16XL for SF2 – F-16E Blk 62 Fighting Falcon 1.0 In March 1981, the USAF announced the Enhanced Tactical Fighter (ETF) program to procure a replacement for the F-111. The program was later renamed the Dual-Role Fighter (DRF) competition. The concept envisioned an aircraft capable of launching deep air interdiction missions without requiring additional support by fighter escort or jamming. General Dynamics submitted the F-16XL, while McDonnell Douglas submitted the F-15E. As we all know the F-15E was chosen... BUT what if the F-16XL had been chosen instead? And so I give you the F-16E Block 62 Fighting Falcon. The designation F-16E/F Block 60/62 would have been used had the XL been selected (The F-16E/F Desert Falcon as we know it today wasn't even on the drawing board in the late 80's). Included in this mod are: - F-16E (XL) Blk 62 Fighting Falcon - F-16EM (XL) Blk 62 Fighting Falcon (CUPID mods) - 8 different USAF squadrons. To Install simply un pack and drop into your mods folder. Notes: - The weapon stations are quite complicated due to the set up on the real aircraft itself and the limitations in SF2 with the maximum amount of hard-points etc. As such it is best to use the default load out from the loadout.ini. That being said if you do want to change it at the loadout screen you need to follow these rules: If the default loadout uses rail launched weapons (Aim-9/120, AGM-65/88) under the inner wings, only change it for another rail launched weapon and vice-versa. This is because the weapon rails are loaded as an EP class weapon that doesn't show up at the loadout screen. - The default 'Attack' loadout is designed for the mass anti-armour mission as that is the kind of CAS mission SF2 generates. However in the loadout.ini file under each 'attack' loadout entry is a CAS loadout option with LGB etc. - There are a ton of different loadout options in the loadout.ini file so check them out with the single mission editor. - Loadouts are based on the F-16C Blk 40/42 but with an F-15E Strike Eagle flavor e.g. AGM-130 Credits: The Viper Team The Mudhen Maintenance Team 2016 Viper63a USAFMTL Dave ravenclaw_007 Original Model by wpnssgt via Swede Dels moonjumper Fubar512 creepin death Mirage Factory Enjoy, Dan. Click here to download this file
  3. Version 1.0

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    F-16XL for SF2 – F-16E Blk 62 Fighting Falcon 1.0 In March 1981, the USAF announced the Enhanced Tactical Fighter (ETF) program to procure a replacement for the F-111. The program was later renamed the Dual-Role Fighter (DRF) competition. The concept envisioned an aircraft capable of launching deep air interdiction missions without requiring additional support by fighter escort or jamming. General Dynamics submitted the F-16XL, while McDonnell Douglas submitted the F-15E. As we all know the F-15E was chosen... BUT what if the F-16XL had been chosen instead? And so I give you the F-16E Block 62 Fighting Falcon. The designation F-16E/F Block 60/62 would have been used had the XL been selected (The F-16E/F Desert Falcon as we know it today wasn't even on the drawing board in the late 80's). Included in this mod are: - F-16E (XL) Blk 62 Fighting Falcon - F-16EM (XL) Blk 62 Fighting Falcon (CUPID mods) - 8 different USAF squadrons. To Install simply un pack and drop into your mods folder. Notes: - The weapon stations are quite complicated due to the set up on the real aircraft itself and the limitations in SF2 with the maximum amount of hard-points etc. As such it is best to use the default load out from the loadout.ini. That being said if you do want to change it at the loadout screen you need to follow these rules: If the default loadout uses rail launched weapons (Aim-9/120, AGM-65/88) under the inner wings, only change it for another rail launched weapon and vice-versa. This is because the weapon rails are loaded as an EP class weapon that doesn't show up at the loadout screen. - The default 'Attack' loadout is designed for the mass anti-armour mission as that is the kind of CAS mission SF2 generates. However in the loadout.ini file under each 'attack' loadout entry is a CAS loadout option with LGB etc. - There are a ton of different loadout options in the loadout.ini file so check them out with the single mission editor. - Loadouts are based on the F-16C Blk 40/42 but with an F-15E Strike Eagle flavor e.g. AGM-130 Credits: The Viper Team The Mudhen Maintenance Team 2016 Viper63a USAFMTL Dave ravenclaw_007 Original Model by wpnssgt via Swede Dels moonjumper Fubar512 creepin death Mirage Factory Enjoy, Dan.
  4. File Name: AMI F-16A Block 15 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) File Submitter: dtmdragon File Submitted: 07 March 2016 File Category: F-16 AMI/ Italian Air Force F-16A Blk 15 Air Defence Fighter (ADF) In 2003 The Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare Italiana) leased 34 F-16A/B (mostly block 15 ADF variants) as a stop-gap solution until delivery of the Eurofighter Typhoon in 2010-12. The F-16 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) was a special variant of the Block 15 optimized for the United States Air National Guard's fighter interception mission. - Updated F-16A ADF 3D model by JAT81500 - New skins using the Team Viper F-16C High Res templates modified to fit the ADF. - Detailed Team Viper F-16 pilot model and ejection seat. - Flight model updated to the standard of the latest Team Viper F-16 flight model. - Third Wire F-16A cockpit and avionics modified to include the real world ADF upgrade (AIM-7/120). - Team Viper effects, sounds, fuel tanks and weapons. - FANATIC MODDER To install: Drop into your Mods folder Credits: - JAT81500 for doing the updated F-16A ADF 3D model - TMF/ Mirage Factory for the original F-16A ADF. - The Viper Team for thier F-16C/AM series. - Ravenclaw for the weapons and SF1 AMI F-16 Skins I used as a base and for the decals. - Migbuster for the F-16C skin templates. Enjoy, Dan (dtmdragon) History Since the early nineties, the Italian Air Force has eagerly been seeking a replacement for its vintage Aeritalia F-104S Starfighters. Its intended replacement is the Eurofighter Typhoon. Since this program has been running behind schedule for a few years, the Italian air force needed a stop-gap solution. Because the AMI possesses a vast number of Tornado IDS planes, they decided to lease 24 Tornado ADV fighters from the RAF for a 10-year period. This lease ended in 2003 so a replacement was sought. At first the AMI opted to extend the lease period with another 10 years. This proved to be too expensive, so the Italian government turned to the US. The requirement was for a fighter that could perform the air defense mission for 5 to 10 years, until the arrival of the Typhoon. Inventory Peace Caesar On March 15th, 2001 the Italian government signed an LoA for a 5-year lease (with an option on another 5 years) of 34 F-16s and four spare airframes, in a deal worth up to $777 million over a 10-year period. The aircraft were delivered between July 2003 and November 2004. In total, 30 F-16A ADFs as well as 1 F-16B ADF and 3 F-16B block 5 & 10's will be delivered. Four more planes will be provided for use as spare parts. Before delivery to Italy, the aircraft are brought out of storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. and transfered to the Ogden ALC at Hill AFB, Utah, where they undergo 220 days of refurbishment and upgrades. The Falcons are given a complete refurbishment, which complied with all technical compliance-technical orders that have changed since the aircraft was placed in stasis in Arizona. The depot teams at Hill AFB did structural modifications including Falcon-Up, which replaces particular bulkheads and the structural life improvement program, which strengthens holes around the fuel cell panels and wheel wells by compressing the molecules with 30,000 pounds of pressure. The wings were removed and the bulkhead furthest aft that holds the vertical wing was replaced. The landing gear was refurbished and its bulkhead was also replaced. The flight controls actuators are replaced with new actuators. In addition the computers and instruments that provide the Falcon its technological edge are removed, sent to the appropriate facilities to be tested then repaired if necessary. All equipment that is a time change item and that has less than a full year's worth of service left is changed. Approximately 100 Italian Air Force maintenance officers, instructors and technicians are receiving F-16 maintenance training at Lockheed Martin facilities in Fort Worth, Texas. End of service On May 23rd, 2012 a disbanding ceremony was held at Trapani-Birgi AFB to mark the disbandment of the resident 18 Gruppo, which was the sole surviving F-16 squadron within the AMI. This marked to end of the service life of the F-16 within the Italian Air Force. This means the AMI is the first air force to fly with the F-16 that phases out the type. Modifications & Armament The planes provided to Italy have a standard ADF configuration. All aircraft receive the uprated Pratt & Whitney F100-220E engine and undergo the Falcon-Up structural enhancement program. It is confirmed that a number of weapon systems will be released to the AMI to be used in conjunction with the F-16s, including the AIM-120 AMRAAM missile, Click here to download this file
  5. Version 1.1

    352 downloads

    AMI/ Italian Air Force F-16A Blk 15 Air Defence Fighter (ADF) In 2003 The Italian Air Force (Aeronautica Militare Italiana) leased 34 F-16A/B (mostly block 15 ADF variants) as a stop-gap solution until delivery of the Eurofighter Typhoon in 2010-12. The F-16 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) was a special variant of the Block 15 optimized for the United States Air National Guard's fighter interception mission. - Updated F-16A ADF 3D model by JAT81500 - New skins using the Team Viper F-16C High Res templates modified to fit the ADF. - Detailed Team Viper F-16 pilot model and ejection seat. - Flight model updated to the standard of the latest Team Viper F-16 flight model. - Third Wire F-16A cockpit and avionics modified to include the real world ADF upgrade (AIM-7/120). - Team Viper effects, sounds, fuel tanks and weapons. - FANATIC MODDER To install: Drop into your Mods folder Credits: - JAT81500 for doing the updated F-16A ADF 3D model - TMF/ Mirage Factory for the original F-16A ADF. - The Viper Team for thier F-16C/AM series. - Ravenclaw for the weapons and SF1 AMI F-16 Skins I used as a base and for the decals. - Migbuster for the F-16C skin templates. Enjoy, Dan (dtmdragon) History Since the early nineties, the Italian Air Force has eagerly been seeking a replacement for its vintage Aeritalia F-104S Starfighters. Its intended replacement is the Eurofighter Typhoon. Since this program has been running behind schedule for a few years, the Italian air force needed a stop-gap solution. Because the AMI possesses a vast number of Tornado IDS planes, they decided to lease 24 Tornado ADV fighters from the RAF for a 10-year period. This lease ended in 2003 so a replacement was sought. At first the AMI opted to extend the lease period with another 10 years. This proved to be too expensive, so the Italian government turned to the US. The requirement was for a fighter that could perform the air defense mission for 5 to 10 years, until the arrival of the Typhoon. Inventory Peace Caesar On March 15th, 2001 the Italian government signed an LoA for a 5-year lease (with an option on another 5 years) of 34 F-16s and four spare airframes, in a deal worth up to $777 million over a 10-year period. The aircraft were delivered between July 2003 and November 2004. In total, 30 F-16A ADFs as well as 1 F-16B ADF and 3 F-16B block 5 & 10's will be delivered. Four more planes will be provided for use as spare parts. Before delivery to Italy, the aircraft are brought out of storage at Davis-Monthan AFB, Ariz. and transfered to the Ogden ALC at Hill AFB, Utah, where they undergo 220 days of refurbishment and upgrades. The Falcons are given a complete refurbishment, which complied with all technical compliance-technical orders that have changed since the aircraft was placed in stasis in Arizona. The depot teams at Hill AFB did structural modifications including Falcon-Up, which replaces particular bulkheads and the structural life improvement program, which strengthens holes around the fuel cell panels and wheel wells by compressing the molecules with 30,000 pounds of pressure. The wings were removed and the bulkhead furthest aft that holds the vertical wing was replaced. The landing gear was refurbished and its bulkhead was also replaced. The flight controls actuators are replaced with new actuators. In addition the computers and instruments that provide the Falcon its technological edge are removed, sent to the appropriate facilities to be tested then repaired if necessary. All equipment that is a time change item and that has less than a full year's worth of service left is changed. Approximately 100 Italian Air Force maintenance officers, instructors and technicians are receiving F-16 maintenance training at Lockheed Martin facilities in Fort Worth, Texas. End of service On May 23rd, 2012 a disbanding ceremony was held at Trapani-Birgi AFB to mark the disbandment of the resident 18 Gruppo, which was the sole surviving F-16 squadron within the AMI. This marked to end of the service life of the F-16 within the Italian Air Force. This means the AMI is the first air force to fly with the F-16 that phases out the type. Modifications & Armament The planes provided to Italy have a standard ADF configuration. All aircraft receive the uprated Pratt & Whitney F100-220E engine and undergo the Falcon-Up structural enhancement program. It is confirmed that a number of weapon systems will be released to the AMI to be used in conjunction with the F-16s, including the AIM-120 AMRAAM missile,
  6. File Name: SF2 F-16C/D Block 60 Fictional USAF Squadrons. File Submitter: viper63a File Submitted: 12 September 2015 File Category: What If Hangar SF2 F-16C/D Block 60 Fictional USAF Squadrons. Viper63a There are rumors swirling around that the USAF will be upgrading their aging, but much needed F-16 Falcons. I knew about Spudknocker's UAE F16E/Fs and Dtmdragon's New Zealand F-16C/Ds with CFTs, but why should they have all the fun? Here are some USAF F-16C(E)/D(F) Falcon Avengers! Enjoy! ------------------------------------------ Please read this entire readme (at least the Installations section) before you attempt to install this mod! This mod is complete in it's own, but their are some options you need to be aware of. This mod was created using all, many or some elements from the following mods listed below. I just repainted and mixed some stuff around - ALL CREDIT GOES to these people and the faithful modders on CombatAce... * First and foremost - The Viper Team's F-16 Package. * Spudknocker's F-16E/F Block 60 Desert Falcon mod. * Dtmdragon's New Zealand F-16C/D Block 52+ mod. This mod includes... - USAF F-16C (E) Block 60 Squadrons: 13th FS "Panthers", 35th FW Misawa AFB 14th FS "Samurais", 35th FW Misawa AFB 16th WS "Tomahawks", 57th WG Nellis AFB 35th FS "Pantons", 8th FW Kusan AFB 36th FS "Fiends", 51st FW Osan AFB 80th FS "Headhunters", 8th FW Kusan AFB 480th FS "Warhawks", 52nd FW Spangdahlem AFB 510th FS "Buzzards", 31st FW Aviano AFB 555th FS "Triple Nickel", 31st FW Aviano AFB - USAF F-16D (F) Block 60 Squadrons: 17th WS "Hooters", 57th WG Nellis AFB 422nd TS "Green Bats", 53rd WG Nellis AFB ------------------------------------------ Note: This mod was tested only in a fully merged SF2 install... Main Mod in "To_Mod_Folder" folder. * All new skins created using the Viper Team's F-16 skin templates. * All new tail number decals 010 > 099 for years 2014 > 2018. * All new color squadron, wing and command patch shield decals. * All New Hangar, Loading and Load Out files. * Updated/Modified (minor tweaks) to the INI and some TGA files. * Includes a subset of (Viper Team) Weapons for use with this pack. * All jets sounds were reset to default to reduce conflicts. Optional (but not really) in "Optional_Effects" Folder. * Updated AB flame, exhaust smoke, missile emitters. ------------------------------------------ Note! BACKUP your EFFECTS, FLIGHT and OBJECTS folders! Saves a lot of heart-ache and time! Note! My Mod folder looks something like this...your may/will be different... C:\Users\<MyName>\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters <XXXXX> Installations: So here we go...there are 3 ways to install this mod... 1) Cowboy (also called the "Damn the torpedoes!") method... * You backed up, right? This method changes some common effects shared by all planes. * Unzip the new mod and copy the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" and "Optional_Effects" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new planes and effects. 2) Veteran Viper Pilot method...(You already have Viper Team F-16's installed)... * Even veterans know they need to backup...Right? * Unzip the new mod and >> COPY ONLY << the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * If you want to try out my new optional effects, copy the contents in the "Optional_Effects" folder to your SF2 mod folder. These are common effects that affects most planes in the game...this is why these are optional. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new mods. 3) Who is the "Viper Team" method...(WELCOME ABOARD!)... * BACKUP your EFFECTS, FLIGHT and OBJECTS folders in your SF2 mod folder! * Download and install the F-16C Block 50/52 by The Viper Team... http://combatace.com/topic/72842-f-16c-block-5052-by-the-viper-team/ * Unzip the new mod and >> COPY ONLY << the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * If you want to try out my new optional effects, copy the contents in the "Optional_Effects" folder to your SF2 mod folder. These are common effects that affects most planes in the game...this is why these are optional. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new mods. Restore your back ups if you want to go back to your original configuration... If you find any bugs or issues, please let me know via PM, Mod Review or Topic Discussion... Thanks! ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ Credits!!! The Viper Team for their EXCELLENT F-16s! Ravenclaw_007 for his new weapon packs. Spudknocker's work that inspired me to make this pack. Dtmdragon's original work that made this pack possible. If I missed anyone...Please excuse and let me know, so I can give credit where it is due... ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ DIsclaimer!!! I am NOT on the Viper Team. We just share the name...LOL =Viper63a= Click here to download this file
  7. Version Version 2

    336 downloads

    SF2 F-16C/D Block 60 Fictional USAF Squadrons. Viper63a There are rumors swirling around that the USAF will be upgrading their aging, but much needed F-16 Falcons. I knew about Spudknocker's UAE F16E/Fs and Dtmdragon's New Zealand F-16C/Ds with CFTs, but why should they have all the fun? Here are some USAF F-16C(E)/D(F) Falcon Avengers! Enjoy! ------------------------------------------ Please read this entire readme (at least the Installations section) before you attempt to install this mod! This mod is complete in it's own, but their are some options you need to be aware of. This mod was created using all, many or some elements from the following mods listed below. I just repainted and mixed some stuff around - ALL CREDIT GOES to these people and the faithful modders on CombatAce... * First and foremost - The Viper Team's F-16 Package. * Spudknocker's F-16E/F Block 60 Desert Falcon mod. * Dtmdragon's New Zealand F-16C/D Block 52+ mod. This mod includes... - USAF F-16C (E) Block 60 Squadrons: 13th FS "Panthers", 35th FW Misawa AFB 14th FS "Samurais", 35th FW Misawa AFB 16th WS "Tomahawks", 57th WG Nellis AFB 35th FS "Pantons", 8th FW Kusan AFB 36th FS "Fiends", 51st FW Osan AFB 80th FS "Headhunters", 8th FW Kusan AFB 480th FS "Warhawks", 52nd FW Spangdahlem AFB 510th FS "Buzzards", 31st FW Aviano AFB 555th FS "Triple Nickel", 31st FW Aviano AFB - USAF F-16D (F) Block 60 Squadrons: 17th WS "Hooters", 57th WG Nellis AFB 422nd TS "Green Bats", 53rd WG Nellis AFB ------------------------------------------ Note: This mod was tested only in a fully merged SF2 install... Main Mod in "To_Mod_Folder" folder. * All new skins created using the Viper Team's F-16 skin templates. * All new tail number decals 010 > 099 for years 2014 > 2018. * All new color squadron, wing and command patch shield decals. * All New Hangar, Loading and Load Out files. * Updated/Modified (minor tweaks) to the INI and some TGA files. * Includes a subset of (Viper Team) Weapons for use with this pack. * All jets sounds were reset to default to reduce conflicts. Optional (but not really) in "Optional_Effects" Folder. * Updated AB flame, exhaust smoke, missile emitters. ------------------------------------------ Note! BACKUP your EFFECTS, FLIGHT and OBJECTS folders! Saves a lot of heart-ache and time! Note! My Mod folder looks something like this...your may/will be different... C:\Users\<MyName>\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters <XXXXX> Installations: So here we go...there are 3 ways to install this mod... 1) Cowboy (also called the "Damn the torpedoes!") method... * You backed up, right? This method changes some common effects shared by all planes. * Unzip the new mod and copy the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" and "Optional_Effects" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new planes and effects. 2) Veteran Viper Pilot method...(You already have Viper Team F-16's installed)... * Even veterans know they need to backup...Right? * Unzip the new mod and >> COPY ONLY << the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * If you want to try out my new optional effects, copy the contents in the "Optional_Effects" folder to your SF2 mod folder. These are common effects that affects most planes in the game...this is why these are optional. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new mods. 3) Who is the "Viper Team" method...(WELCOME ABOARD!)... * BACKUP your EFFECTS, FLIGHT and OBJECTS folders in your SF2 mod folder! * Download and install the F-16C Block 50/52 by The Viper Team... http://combatace.com/topic/72842-f-16c-block-5052-by-the-viper-team/ * Unzip the new mod and >> COPY ONLY << the contents in the "To_Mod_Folder" to your SF2 mod folder. * Overwrite when prompted. * If you want to try out my new optional effects, copy the contents in the "Optional_Effects" folder to your SF2 mod folder. These are common effects that affects most planes in the game...this is why these are optional. * Overwrite when prompted. * You're done, see if you like the new mods. Restore your back ups if you want to go back to your original configuration... If you find any bugs or issues, please let me know via PM, Mod Review or Topic Discussion... Thanks! ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ Credits!!! The Viper Team for their EXCELLENT F-16s! Ravenclaw_007 for his new weapon packs. Spudknocker's work that inspired me to make this pack. Dtmdragon's original work that made this pack possible. If I missed anyone...Please excuse and let me know, so I can give credit where it is due... ------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------ DIsclaimer!!! I am NOT on the Viper Team. We just share the name...LOL =Viper63a=
  8. File Name: F-16E/F Block 60 Desert Falcon Pack File Submitter: Spudknocker File Submitted: 23 August 2015 File Category: F-16 The United Arab Emirates choose the F-16 as its next strike fighter after lessons learned from the 1991 Gulf War In which its Mirage F.1s were unable to fly in due to IFF considerations due to the Iraqi F.1's. The Emirati government wanted an F-16 variant that was more advanced than the Block 50/52 standard and funded the development of the F-16E/F Block 60, and are internally the most advanced F-16's in the world and incorporate 5th generation features such as an internal FLIR/Laser targeting system negating the need for an external pod. More can be seen here F-16_Fighting_Falcon_variants. The Block 60's included use the standard sound files found in all other F-16 packs the only instillation should be putting the aircraft and pilots in the correct folders. Thank you to combat ace and its community for showing me how to skin and build Ini's Thank you to specter870 for creating the original Data INI's for the F-16I. This is my first aircraft mod if any issues feel free to put a message on my profile or change something yourself! Happy Hunting! Click here to download this file
  9. F-16E/F Block 60 Desert Falcon Pack

    Version 1.00

    606 downloads

    The United Arab Emirates choose the F-16 as its next strike fighter after lessons learned from the 1991 Gulf War In which its Mirage F.1s were unable to fly in due to IFF considerations due to the Iraqi F.1's. The Emirati government wanted an F-16 variant that was more advanced than the Block 50/52 standard and funded the development of the F-16E/F Block 60, and are internally the most advanced F-16's in the world and incorporate 5th generation features such as an internal FLIR/Laser targeting system negating the need for an external pod. More can be seen here F-16_Fighting_Falcon_variants. The Block 60's included use the standard sound files found in all other F-16 packs the only instillation should be putting the aircraft and pilots in the correct folders. Thank you to combat ace and its community for showing me how to skin and build Ini's Thank you to specter870 for creating the original Data INI's for the F-16I. This is my first aircraft mod if any issues feel free to put a message on my profile or change something yourself! Happy Hunting!
  10. File Name: SF2 Upgraded F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens for F-16 Mod Packs By the Viper Team! File Submitter: viper63a File Submitted: 07 July 2015 File Category: Menus SF2 Upgraded F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens for F-16 Mod Packs By the Viper Team! By Me (No relations to the Viper Team!) This is my upgraded F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens for most excellent F-16 Mods from "The Viper Team"'s (and one from dtmdragon - ADF) F-16 Mod packs. What I did was downloaded the F-16 packs from here... http://combatace.com/files/category/666-f-16/ Then I combined them up. Upgraded all the Hangar, Loading, Loadout screen files. Then deleted everything but the Hangar, Loading, Loadout screen files to keep the folder structure. In theory, you should be able to copy my pack into your SF2 Mod folder, BUT I CAN'T RECOMMEND THAT since I don't know what F-16 you installed or how. * Why did I do this? I must be OCD, but I like all my Hangar and Loading screens to have the same format. I tried to match most of the plane to actual pix of planes for the Hangar and Loading screen. In many of the cases, I has to use generic planes because I could not find a decent picture of the plane. Ok, this install is abit more complicated than my other mod/update/upgrades, but it's worth it. Well it was worth it for me. * What is included in this pack: *HANGAR.JPG *LOADING.JPG *LOADOUT.TGA *NOTHING ELSE, NO LODS, SKINS, INIs....etc. * What is changed: Upgrades F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens in "...\Objects\Aircraft" only! Installation: * BEFORE YOU OVERWRITE ANYTHING - BACKUP!!!! 1) Sniper approach... Take a look in my "*\To_Mod_Folder\Objects\Aircraft" folder. If you see a plane you have and want to upgrade with my screens, copy the screen files, one at a time, to your plane in your SF2 "...\Objects\Aircraft" Mod folder. 2) Shotgun approach... Backup your SF2 ""...\Objects\Aircraft" mod folder, and then copy the contents of my "To_Mod_Folder" folder to your SF2 mod folder. If you don't have the plane I have, you will just get some extra folders in your SF2 mod folder and waste some space. If something goes nuts, then you have your backup? Right? That's pretty much it...If I can sell (free, not money or anything - LOL) "The Viper Team" on these screens, it would just come "The Viper Team'S" F-16 packs...LOL, not pushing anything...just wishing. Love your work!! ------------------------------------------ Credits to "the Viper Team" for their Excellent F-16 Mods. Also and again, I have no associations with the Viper Team. We jut share the name and the admiration for F-16s - that is all. Enjoy! =Me= Click here to download this file
  11. Version Version 1

    51 downloads

    SF2 Upgraded F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens for F-16 Mod Packs By the Viper Team! By Me (No relations to the Viper Team!) This is my upgraded F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens for most excellent F-16 Mods from "The Viper Team"'s (and one from dtmdragon - ADF) F-16 Mod packs. What I did was downloaded the F-16 packs from here... http://combatace.com/files/category/666-f-16/ Then I combined them up. Upgraded all the Hangar, Loading, Loadout screen files. Then deleted everything but the Hangar, Loading, Loadout screen files to keep the folder structure. In theory, you should be able to copy my pack into your SF2 Mod folder, BUT I CAN'T RECOMMEND THAT since I don't know what F-16 you installed or how. * Why did I do this? I must be OCD, but I like all my Hangar and Loading screens to have the same format. I tried to match most of the plane to actual pix of planes for the Hangar and Loading screen. In many of the cases, I has to use generic planes because I could not find a decent picture of the plane. Ok, this install is abit more complicated than my other mod/update/upgrades, but it's worth it. Well it was worth it for me. * What is included in this pack: *HANGAR.JPG *LOADING.JPG *LOADOUT.TGA *NOTHING ELSE, NO LODS, SKINS, INIs....etc. * What is changed: Upgrades F-16 Hangar, Loading and Loadout screens in "...\Objects\Aircraft" only! Installation: * BEFORE YOU OVERWRITE ANYTHING - BACKUP!!!! 1) Sniper approach... Take a look in my "*\To_Mod_Folder\Objects\Aircraft" folder. If you see a plane you have and want to upgrade with my screens, copy the screen files, one at a time, to your plane in your SF2 "...\Objects\Aircraft" Mod folder. 2) Shotgun approach... Backup your SF2 ""...\Objects\Aircraft" mod folder, and then copy the contents of my "To_Mod_Folder" folder to your SF2 mod folder. If you don't have the plane I have, you will just get some extra folders in your SF2 mod folder and waste some space. If something goes nuts, then you have your backup? Right? That's pretty much it...If I can sell (free, not money or anything - LOL) "The Viper Team" on these screens, it would just come "The Viper Team'S" F-16 packs...LOL, not pushing anything...just wishing. Love your work!! ------------------------------------------ Credits to "the Viper Team" for their Excellent F-16 Mods. Also and again, I have no associations with the Viper Team. We jut share the name and the admiration for F-16s - that is all. Enjoy! =Me=
  12. File Name: F-16A Block 15 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) File Submitter: dtmdragon File Submitted: 04 July 2015 File Category: F-16 Air National Guard F-16A Block 15 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) The F-16 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) was a special variant of the Block 15 optimized for the United States Air National Guard's fighter interception mission. I started this by breathing some new life into the old TMF F-16A ADF but then after posting some screen shots JAT kindly offered to do an updated model so here it is: - Updated F-16A ADF 3D model by JAT81500 - New skins using the Team Viper F-16C High Res templates modified to fit the ADF. - Detailed Team Viper F-16 pilot model and ejection seat. - Flight model updated to the standard of the latest Team Viper F-16 flight model. - Third Wire F-16A cockpit and avionics modified to include the real world ADF upgrade (AIM-7/120). - Team Viper effects, sounds, fuel tanks and weapons. To install: Drop into your C:\Users\xxxxxx\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters XXXXX Credits: - JAT81500 for doing the updated F-16A ADF 3D model - TMF/ Mirage Factory for the original F-16A ADF. - The Viper Team for thier F-16C/AM series. - Ravenclaw for the weapons. - Migbuster fot the F-16C skin templates. - =58=Sprig, Creepn_Death & suhsjake for the old F-16A ADF skins I used some of the decals from. - FANATIC MODDER Enjoy, Dan (dtmdragon) History In October 1986, the USAF announced that operational block 15 F-16A/B aircraft would be converted to air defense fighters for the Air National Guard, and would take over the fighter interception mission, providing the primary defense of North America against bombers and cruise missiles. The first F-16A ADF conversion was completed in February 1989, while a contract was placed for kits to update and modify a total of 270 F-16A/B's at the Ogden Air Logistics Center in Utah. The Block 15 airframes used for the ADF program were all meant to be upgraded to block 15OCU standard, and both programs ran in conjunction. Aircraft entering the Ogden ALC for ADF upgrade also received the Block 15OCU avionics installation. The net result is that all ADF aircraft are Block 15OCU airframes. The last ADF left Ogden in 1992. Structure & Avionics Modifications included Bendix King (now Allied Signal) AN/ARC-200HF/SSB radios with Have Quick II Secure Speech Module and the Teledyne/E Systems Mk.XII Advanced IFF system (APX-109). The APG-66 radar was modified (designated APG-66A) to provide look down/shoot-down capability, enhanced small target detection, and CW (Continuous Wave) illumination for AIM-7 guidance. A 150,000 candlepower night identification spotlight was installed on the port side of the nose (below and in front of the cockpit) to aid in the identification of nighttime intruders. The aircraft were equipped to carry 600 (US) gallon (2,271 liter) external drop tanks, and to carry 6 BVR missiles such as the AIM-7 Sparrow or AIM-120 AMRAAM. Modifications & Upgrades The ADF aircraft can be distinguished from "standard" F-16A/B's by several external identifying features, such as long and thin horizontal bulges on the base of the vertical tail (only A-models), plus a set of four blade antenna, nicknamed "bird-slicer", carried just forward of the canopy (as part of the IFF system). The bulges are caused by the relocation of the Bendix-King AN/ARC-200 high frequency single-sideband radio to the leading edge of the fin. This in turn caused the flight control accumulators, which were installed one over the other, to be relocated to either side of the tail fin. The bulges were installed to provide sufficient room for these accumulators. Note that, since the Bravo-model ADF's do not have the Bendix HF radio, they also don't have the bulges. Production All ADF F-16s are modified airframes. Existing Block 15 models where converted to the Block 15OCU upgrade and to ADF standard at once. In total, 271 airframes, consisting in 246 A-models and 25 B-models have been converted between 1989 and 1992. Minor differences exist between the A-model and B-model as described earlier. Because of the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989 and the opening of relationships between West and East, the program had lost its major reason of existence, being the protection of the North American continent against Russian bombers flying over the North Pole. Although the program was finished and all aircraft stayed into service with the Air National Guard detachments, they were the first to be mothballed at AMARC with the first major restructuring of the USAF. Beginning in 1994, these aircraft began to be replaced by newer F-16C variants. By 2005, only the North Dakota ANG was flying this variant, with these last examples retired by 2007. A lot of these ADF F-16s are a very cheap and quite modern asset for allied countries. These aircraft have relatively low flying hours on their airframes. A lot of them are sold on the second-hand market. Jordan was the first to receive 12 A-models and 4-models under the Peace Falcon program in 1997. Most have since been received the Mid Life Upgrade (MLU). Thailand has acquired another batch of 15 A-models and 1 B-model under the Peace Naresuan IV program. Also the Italian Air Force received 26 A-models and 4 B-models under a 10-year lease agreement called Peace Caesar. Click here to download this file
  13. Version 1.2

    768 downloads

    Air National Guard F-16A Block 15 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) The F-16 Air Defense Fighter (ADF) was a special variant of the Block 15 optimized for the United States Air National Guard's fighter interception mission. I started this by breathing some new life into the old TMF F-16A ADF but then after posting some screen shots JAT kindly offered to do an updated model so here it is: - Updated F-16A ADF 3D model by JAT81500 - New skins using the Team Viper F-16C High Res templates modified to fit the ADF. - Detailed Team Viper F-16 pilot model and ejection seat. - Flight model updated to the standard of the latest Team Viper F-16 flight model. - Third Wire F-16A cockpit and avionics modified to include the real world ADF upgrade (AIM-7/120). - Team Viper effects, sounds, fuel tanks and weapons. To install: Drop into your C:\Users\xxxxxx\Saved Games\ThirdWire\StrikeFighters XXXXX Credits: - JAT81500 for doing the updated F-16A ADF 3D model - TMF/ Mirage Factory for the original F-16A ADF. - The Viper Team for thier F-16C/AM series. - Ravenclaw for the weapons. - Migbuster fot the F-16C skin templates. - =58=Sprig, Creepn_Death & suhsjake for the old F-16A ADF skins I used some of the decals from. - FANATIC MODDER Enjoy, Dan (dtmdragon) History In October 1986, the USAF announced that operational block 15 F-16A/B aircraft would be converted to air defense fighters for the Air National Guard, and would take over the fighter interception mission, providing the primary defense of North America against bombers and cruise missiles. The first F-16A ADF conversion was completed in February 1989, while a contract was placed for kits to update and modify a total of 270 F-16A/B's at the Ogden Air Logistics Center in Utah. The Block 15 airframes used for the ADF program were all meant to be upgraded to block 15OCU standard, and both programs ran in conjunction. Aircraft entering the Ogden ALC for ADF upgrade also received the Block 15OCU avionics installation. The net result is that all ADF aircraft are Block 15OCU airframes. The last ADF left Ogden in 1992. Structure & Avionics Modifications included Bendix King (now Allied Signal) AN/ARC-200HF/SSB radios with Have Quick II Secure Speech Module and the Teledyne/E Systems Mk.XII Advanced IFF system (APX-109). The APG-66 radar was modified (designated APG-66A) to provide look down/shoot-down capability, enhanced small target detection, and CW (Continuous Wave) illumination for AIM-7 guidance. A 150,000 candlepower night identification spotlight was installed on the port side of the nose (below and in front of the cockpit) to aid in the identification of nighttime intruders. The aircraft were equipped to carry 600 (US) gallon (2,271 liter) external drop tanks, and to carry 6 BVR missiles such as the AIM-7 Sparrow or AIM-120 AMRAAM. Modifications & Upgrades The ADF aircraft can be distinguished from "standard" F-16A/B's by several external identifying features, such as long and thin horizontal bulges on the base of the vertical tail (only A-models), plus a set of four blade antenna, nicknamed "bird-slicer", carried just forward of the canopy (as part of the IFF system). The bulges are caused by the relocation of the Bendix-King AN/ARC-200 high frequency single-sideband radio to the leading edge of the fin. This in turn caused the flight control accumulators, which were installed one over the other, to be relocated to either side of the tail fin. The bulges were installed to provide sufficient room for these accumulators. Note that, since the Bravo-model ADF's do not have the Bendix HF radio, they also don't have the bulges. Production All ADF F-16s are modified airframes. Existing Block 15 models where converted to the Block 15OCU upgrade and to ADF standard at once. In total, 271 airframes, consisting in 246 A-models and 25 B-models have been converted between 1989 and 1992. Minor differences exist between the A-model and B-model as described earlier. Because of the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989 and the opening of relationships between West and East, the program had lost its major reason of existence, being the protection of the North American continent against Russian bombers flying over the North Pole. Although the program was finished and all aircraft stayed into service with the Air National Guard detachments, they were the first to be mothballed at AMARC with the first major restructuring of the USAF. Beginning in 1994, these aircraft began to be replaced by newer F-16C variants. By 2005, only the North Dakota ANG was flying this variant, with these last examples retired by 2007. A lot of these ADF F-16s are a very cheap and quite modern asset for allied countries. These aircraft have relatively low flying hours on their airframes. A lot of them are sold on the second-hand market. Jordan was the first to receive 12 A-models and 4-models under the Peace Falcon program in 1997. Most have since been received the Mid Life Upgrade (MLU). Thailand has acquired another batch of 15 A-models and 1 B-model under the Peace Naresuan IV program. Also the Italian Air Force received 26 A-models and 4 B-models under a 10-year lease agreement called Peace Caesar.
  14. File Name: Tiger Meet 2013 skins for Polish F-16C/D File Submitter: DoctorWho File Submitted: 22 June 2013 File Category: F-16 Here are the skins of Polish Vipers prepared for this year's NATO Tiger Meet. Unfortunely, these skins were only foil stickers in real life and they fell off almost completely during the flight from Poland to Norway. The author of this design is a Polish architect from Brodnica, Oskar Gawlowski. Instructions: First of all, download the Viper Team's Polish F-16 pack (http://combatace.com/files/file/13652-polish-air-force-f-16cd-by-the-viper-team/) with my skins unless you already have it. Then unpack contents of this .zip file to your mod folder. Credits: Thanks to all Viper Team members for their Block 52 VIper. Legal Stuff: You cannot include any contents of this .zip in any payware. Cheers Chris DoctorWho Jun 22, 2013 Click here to download this file
  15. Version 1.0

    80 downloads

    Here are the skins of Polish Vipers prepared for this year's NATO Tiger Meet. Unfortunely, these skins were only foil stickers in real life and they fell off almost completely during the flight from Poland to Norway. The author of this design is a Polish architect from Brodnica, Oskar Gawlowski. Instructions: First of all, download the Viper Team's Polish F-16 pack (http://combatace.com/files/file/13652-polish-air-force-f-16cd-by-the-viper-team/) with my skins unless you already have it. Then unpack contents of this .zip file to your mod folder. Credits: Thanks to all Viper Team members for their Block 52 VIper. Legal Stuff: You cannot include any contents of this .zip in any payware. Cheers Chris DoctorWho Jun 22, 2013
  16. File Name: [What-if] Lockheed Martin F/A-16E Silver Falcon File Submitter: DoctorWho File Submitted: 02 March 2013 File Category: The Combat Ace What If Hangar F/A-16E Silver Falcon for SF2 This is my mod of an advanced USAF strike version of the F-16. It is based on the F-16I Sufa by the Viper Team and is released under their permission. Cockpit and avionics are modified to reflect more modern systems. The aircraft has an IRST sensor (special thanks to cocas) but it does not work in game. Skins included: - 35th FS - 36th FS - 80th FS - 175th FS - 194th FS - 510th FS - 524th FS - 555th FS Credits: - The Viper Team for the F-16I Sufa - cocas for the IRST sensor - Julhelm for the F-22 pit - dtmdragon for cockpit and avionics modifications I hope i didn't forget anyone. To install unzip into your mod folder. I highly recommend you to download and install The Viper Team's Israeli Vipers (http://combatace.com/files/file/13342-iaf-f-16cdi-by-the-viper-team/) to get all the necessary sounds and effects. IMPORTANT NOTE This mod was created with full 5-merged SF2. If you don't have SF2 North Atlantic go to the FA-16E.ini and change AvionicsDLL=AvionicsF14A.dll to AvionicsDLL=Avionics70.dll to get your radar to work properly. Because this mod is based on The Viper Team's work, you will need their permission to modify and upload it. 2013-03-02 DoctorWho Chris Click here to download this file
  17. Version 1.0

    396 downloads

    F/A-16E Silver Falcon for SF2 This is my mod of an advanced USAF strike version of the F-16. It is based on the F-16I Sufa by the Viper Team and is released under their permission. Cockpit and avionics are modified to reflect more modern systems. The aircraft has an IRST sensor (special thanks to cocas) but it does not work in game. Skins included: - 35th FS - 36th FS - 80th FS - 175th FS - 194th FS - 510th FS - 524th FS - 555th FS Credits: - The Viper Team for the F-16I Sufa - cocas for the IRST sensor - Julhelm for the F-22 pit - dtmdragon for cockpit and avionics modifications I hope i didn't forget anyone. To install unzip into your mod folder. I highly recommend you to download and install The Viper Team's Israeli Vipers (http://combatace.com/files/file/13342-iaf-f-16cdi-by-the-viper-team/) to get all the necessary sounds and effects. IMPORTANT NOTE This mod was created with full 5-merged SF2. If you don't have SF2 North Atlantic go to the FA-16E.ini and change AvionicsDLL=AvionicsF14A.dll to AvionicsDLL=Avionics70.dll to get your radar to work properly. Because this mod is based on The Viper Team's work, you will need their permission to modify and upload it. 2013-03-02 DoctorWho Chris
  18. File Name: Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S File Submitter: DoctorWho File Submitted: 09 September 2012 File Category: The Combat Ace What If Hangar Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S for Strike Fighters 2 version 2.0 This is my mod based on the F-16I Sufa by the Viper Team. It was inspired by the plastic model found on this site: http://www.whatifmodelers.com/index.php/topic,33541.0.html This mod contains all the necessary pilots, weapons, effects and sounds. Instrucions: 1. Unzip the zip file to any location. 2. If you already have the previous version of this mod, it is highly recommended to DELETE the F-16S folder from your Aircraft folder in the mod directory. 3. Copy and paste the contents of the F-16S folder to your mod folder and overwrite when asked. Credits: The Viper Team and the others (see here: http://combatace.com/files/file/13342-iaf-f-16cdi-by-the-viper-team/ ) for the plane itself and all the contents of their F-16C/D/I IAF Viper pack. Legal stuff: Contents of this mod can't be used in any payware. They can be used under the Combatace freeware rules. Enjoy flying this one! 9th Sept 2012 DoctorWho Chris Click here to download this file
  19. Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S

    Version 2.0

    240 downloads

    Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S for Strike Fighters 2 version 2.0 This is my mod based on the F-16I Sufa by the Viper Team. It was inspired by the plastic model found on this site: http://www.whatifmodelers.com/index.php/topic,33541.0.html This mod contains all the necessary pilots, weapons, effects and sounds. Instrucions: 1. Unzip the zip file to any location. 2. If you already have the previous version of this mod, it is highly recommended to DELETE the F-16S folder from your Aircraft folder in the mod directory. 3. Copy and paste the contents of the F-16S folder to your mod folder and overwrite when asked. Credits: The Viper Team and the others (see here: http://combatace.com/files/file/13342-iaf-f-16cdi-by-the-viper-team/ ) for the plane itself and all the contents of their F-16C/D/I IAF Viper pack. Legal stuff: Contents of this mod can't be used in any payware. They can be used under the Combatace freeware rules. Enjoy flying this one! 9th Sept 2012 DoctorWho Chris
  20. File Name: Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S File Submitter: DoctorWho File Submitted: 01 September 2012 File Category: The Combat Ace What If Hangar Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S for Strike Fighters 2 This is my mod based on the Turkish F-16D Block 50+ by the Viper Team. It was inspired by the plastic model found on this site: http://www.whatifmod...ic,33541.0.html This mod contains all the necessary pilots, weapons, effects and sounds. Instrucions: 1. Unzip the zip file to any location. 2. Copy and paste the contents of the F-16S folder to your mod folder and overwrite when asked. Credits: The Viper Team and the others (see here: http://combatace.com...the-viper-team/ ) for the plane itself and all the contents of their F-16C B50/52 pack. Notes: The plastic model is actually F-16I Sufa, but the new F-16I hasn't been released yet so I decided to use the F-16D B50+ model. Legal stuff: Contents of this mod can't be used in any payware. They can be used under the Combatace freeware rules. Enjoy flying this one! 2nd Sept 2012 DoctorWho Chris Click here to download this file
  21. Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S

    Version 1.1

    188 downloads

    Lockheed Martin/HAL F-16S for Strike Fighters 2 This is my mod based on the Turkish F-16D Block 50+ by the Viper Team. It was inspired by the plastic model found on this site: http://www.whatifmod...ic,33541.0.html This mod contains all the necessary pilots, weapons, effects and sounds. Instrucions: 1. Unzip the zip file to any location. 2. Copy and paste the contents of the F-16S folder to your mod folder and overwrite when asked. Credits: The Viper Team and the others (see here: http://combatace.com...the-viper-team/ ) for the plane itself and all the contents of their F-16C B50/52 pack. Notes: The plastic model is actually F-16I Sufa, but the new F-16I hasn't been released yet so I decided to use the F-16D B50+ model. Legal stuff: Contents of this mod can't be used in any payware. They can be used under the Combatace freeware rules. Enjoy flying this one! 2nd Sept 2012 DoctorWho Chris
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