FSX RCAF P-51D Mustang 442 Squadron 9597
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 8.75 MB
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- Free (Freeware)
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Textures for A2A Simulations' FSX WoP North American P51D Mustang depicting aircraft BU-G of RCAF 442 "City of Vancouver" Squadron. In 1947 the RCAF purchased 130 surplus P-51Ds for use by auxiliary squadrons, which flew them until the mid 50's. 442 Squadron was based at Sea Island airport (now Vancouver International). Textures by Grant MacLean.
Screenshot of RCAF P-51D Mustang 442 Squadron 9597 in flight.
- Unzip MUSTBU-G, then copy folder TEXTURE.9597 into the FSX/SimObjects/Airplanes/WOP3_P51D folder.
- Copy the following lines into the AIRCRAFT.CFG file in the WOP3_P51D folder, replacing the 'XX's' in the two 'fltsim.XX' with the next numbers in sequence
title=P51D RCAF 442 Sqdn. 9597
ui_manufacturer=A2A North American
ui_variation=RCAF 442 Sqdn. 9597
ui_typerole="Single Engine Prop"
ui_createdby="A2A Simulations Inc."
description=Textures for A2A Simulations' FSX WoP North American P51D Mustang depicting aircraft BU-G of RCAF 442 "City of Vancouver Squadron. In 1947 the RCAF purchased 130 surplus P-51Ds for use by auxiliary squadrons, which flew them until the mid 50's. 442 Squadron was based at Sea Island airport (now Vancouver International).
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