FSX Boeing B-377 Air Force One

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Repaint for Payware Model
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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20.01 MB
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There were no B377's used for the presidency but it would have made a great Air Force One. This version includes military cockpit textures with Air Force pilots. Textures based on stock A2A textures. This is a repaint only and requires the A2A B-377 with COTS upgrade. By Paul Grubich.

Screenshot of Boeing B-377 Air Force One in flight.

Screenshot of Boeing B-377 Air Force One in flight.

Install: Put the folder "texture.af1" into your WoS_B377 folder. Then add the text below to your aircraft.cfg file (located in your WoS_B377 folder) under the last [fltsim.XX] section and change XX to the next number in line.

title=Boeing Stratocruiser, Air Force One
ui_type=377 "Stratocruiser"
ui_variation=Air Force One
ui_typerole="Four Engine Prop"
ui_createdby="A2A Simulations Inc."

Note: If you want the original cockpit textures back just delete textures vc0.dds through vc6.dds from the texture.af1 folder.

Thanks to A2A for a great plane and for the wonderful textures I based this version on. Freeware not to be sold.

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The archive b377_airforce_one.zip has 48 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
b377_airforce_one08.02.120 B
b377_airforce_one.gif08.02.1284.25 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ08.02.12331 B
Read First.txt08.02.121.33 kB
texture.af108.02.120 B
b377_1_lm.dds05.03.081.00 MB
b377_1_t.dds08.02.124.00 MB
b377_1_t_bump.dds08.15.084.00 MB
b377_1_t_spec.dds08.02.124.00 MB
b377_2_lm.dds05.03.081.00 MB
b377_2_t.dds08.02.124.00 MB
b377_2_t_bump.dds08.15.084.00 MB
b377_2_t_spec.dds08.02.124.00 MB
b377_3_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_3_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_4_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_4_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_5_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_5_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_6_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_6_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_7_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_7_t_bump.dds05.03.084.00 MB
b377_7_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_8_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_8_t_spec.dds08.02.124.00 MB
b377_9_t.dds08.02.121.00 MB
b377_9_t_bump.dds05.03.084.00 MB
b377_9_t_spec.dds08.02.121.00 MB
env.dds09.10.081.50 MB
glass_t.dds07.11.1264.12 kB
map.dds07.12.12256.12 kB
pilot.dds07.11.1264.12 kB
prop.dds05.04.0864.12 kB
prop_s.dds05.03.0864.12 kB
texture.cfg05.03.08137 B
Thumbnail.jpg08.02.126.17 kB
vc0.dds07.12.124.00 MB
vc1.dds07.12.121.00 MB
vc2.dds07.12.121.00 MB
vc2_n.dds03.21.081.00 MB
vc3.dds07.12.124.00 MB
vc4.dds07.15.124.00 MB
vc5.dds07.12.121.00 MB
vc6.dds07.12.121.00 MB
watch.dds07.11.12256.12 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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EdmeisterFri, 23 Aug 2019 23:10:37 GMT

Great plane! Good graphics! This was my first repaint installation. Installation was a challenge at first. I kept trying to install it to the A2A folder, instead of simobjects airplanes. Once I figured that out, the installation went easily. Thanks, Mr. Grubich

Stephen HewittFri, 27 Oct 2017 09:14:00 GMT

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