FSX Convair B-36 Peacemaker

Preview The B-36H Peace-Maker was an improved version of the B-36F.

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Complete with Base Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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12.05 MB
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The B-36H Peace-Maker was an improved version of the B-36F.

Screenshot of Convair B-36 Peacemaker in flight.

Screenshot of Convair B-36 Peacemaker in flight.

Eighty-three H models were built. Improvements incorporated into the aircraft included a second flight engineer station, relocation of the radar equipment inside the pressurized compartment to allow for in-flight troubleshooting and repair, and an improved AN/APG-41A tail turret defensive fire control radar system. The first flight of a B-36H was on April 5, 1952. By the mid-1950s, 64 H's were modified to Featherweight III specifications. The B-36H (III) was capable of flying 423 mph at 47,000 feet and was the fastest operational B-36 model.

Original model by Kazunori Ito. Sounds by Curt May. Flight and engine dynamics by Douglas E. Trapp.

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The archive b-36hdet.zip has 80 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
B-36H PeaceMaker01.23.120 B
Aircraft.cfg01.19.1210.63 kB
B-36H.air01.15.1212.49 kB
B36H.JPG01.15.1240.77 kB
Copyright.txt01.23.12792 B
model01.23.120 B
B-36H.mdl01.13.122.59 MB
Model.cfg01.13.1224 B
panel01.23.120 B
Panel.cfg06.12.0832 B
Smoke01.23.120 B
fx_smoke_f6.fx09.28.081.17 kB
Smoke.txt11.02.0958 B
sound01.23.120 B
A_COMB_1.wav01.13.1292.71 kB
A_COMB_2.wav01.13.12120.37 kB
A_COMB_3.wav01.13.1298.55 kB
A_COMB_4.wav01.13.1288.58 kB
A_EFSC.wav01.13.12231.85 kB
A_REVRS.wav01.13.12470.60 kB
B_COMB_3.wav01.13.1298.76 kB
B_COMB_4.wav01.13.1297.81 kB
B_REVRS.wav01.13.12470.60 kB
bnroll.wav01.13.12370.11 kB
bnroll2.wav01.13.12389.67 kB
bnsplas1.wav01.13.12181.02 kB
bnsplas2.wav01.13.12196.21 kB
c4wind4.wav01.13.12548.90 kB
c5wind2.wav01.13.12426.61 kB
d80b.wav01.13.12579.57 kB
d80c.wav01.13.12680.05 kB
d8e.wav01.13.12386.04 kB
d8f.wav01.13.12381.04 kB
d8g.wav01.13.12181.05 kB
d8h.wav01.13.1275.86 kB
d8j.wav01.13.12165.05 kB
d8s.wav01.13.12110.96 kB
d8t.wav01.13.1282.04 kB
d8u.wav01.13.12172.21 kB
d8v.wav01.13.12106.06 kB
d8w.wav01.13.1251.81 kB
d8x.wav01.13.12868.86 kB
dc1a.wav01.13.1263.56 kB
dc3_starter_left.wav01.13.12100.64 kB
dc3_starter_right.wav01.13.12100.64 kB
dc3b.wav01.13.1274.56 kB
dc4a.wav01.13.1280.81 kB
fcmtoucc.wav01.13.1236.50 kB
fcmtoucl.wav01.13.1250.38 kB
fcmtoucr.wav01.13.1245.32 kB
ford_shutdown_center.wav01.13.12631.28 kB
fwind.wav01.13.1231.24 kB
gear.wav01.13.1265.72 kB
hpe4.wav01.13.1259.33 kB
HW_gyro.wav01.13.121.88 MB
Jsplash1.WAV01.13.12336.38 kB
JSPLASH2.wav01.13.12687.08 kB
LHWstart.wav01.13.12141.65 kB
radprop.wav01.13.1268.04 kB
RHWstart.wav01.13.12199.26 kB
Sound.cfg01.13.1214.56 kB
ST_Kan13.wav01.13.12192.34 kB
tmflaps.wav01.13.1251.26 kB
X_A_REVRS.wav01.13.12108.81 kB
X_B_REVRS.wav01.13.12119.31 kB
xford_shutdown_center.wav01.13.12303.04 kB
texture01.23.120 B
Burner.BMP01.13.1248.05 kB
Engine.bmp01.13.12257.05 kB
Fuse85.BMP01.13.12257.05 kB
Fuselage01.bmp01.13.121.00 MB
Parts.bmp01.13.12257.05 kB
PILOT.BMP01.13.12257.05 kB
PILOT85.BMP01.13.12257.05 kB
Prop.bmp01.13.1265.07 kB
thumbnail.JPG01.15.1240.77 kB
Wing.bmp01.13.121.00 MB
Wing85.BMP01.13.121.00 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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joestewFri, 15 Mar 2013 23:04:16 GMT

Nice looking model with great features. Got to have a better panel though.

Greg AMon, 21 Jan 2013 02:29:43 GMT

This plane flies great, and it looks even better, but I am curious as to how one releases the plane located in the belly of the aircraft.

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