FSX Scott Air Force Base Scenery

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Scott Air Force Base (IATA: BLV, ICAO: KBLV, FAA LID: BLV) is a base of the United States Air Force in St. Clair County, Illinois (IL), near Belleville. The base is named after Corporal Frank S. Scott, the first enlisted person to be killed in an aviation crash. The base is operated by the 375th Air Mobility Wing (375 AMW) and is also home to the Air Force Reserve Command's 932d Airlift Wing (932 AW) and the Illinois Air National Guard's 126th Air Refueling Wing (126 ARW), the latter two units being operationally gained by the US Air Force's Air Mobility Command (AMC). Created with Instant Scenery 2 by John B. Loney, Jr.

Passenger terminal at Scott Air Force Base.

Passenger terminal at Scott Air Force Base.

It's airfield is also used by civilian aircraft, with civilian operations at the base referring to the facility as MidAmerica St. Louis Airport. MidAmerica has operated as a Joint Use Airport since beginning operations in November 1997 and has not been served by any commercial airlines since Allegiant Air pulled out of the airport on January 3, 2009

During World War I, 624 acres (253 ha) of land near Belleville, Illinois became a new airfield. The government announced it would name the field after Corporal Frank S. Scott on July 20, 1917; Scott was the first enlisted person to be killed in an aviation crash. Scott remains the only base in the United States named after an enlisted member.

Airport Operational Statistics
Aircraft based on the field: 35
Military aircraft: 35
Aircraft operations: avg 59/day *
66% military
33% local general aviation
<1% commercial

* for 12-month period ending 31 December 2010

I was asked to design Scott AFB/MidAmerica by my good friend, Dan. I was all too happy to do it. There may be some things in the scenery that may not really be at Scott, such as some of the static aircraft. I claim artistic license.

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kblv_fsx_1.jpg04.23.1225.43 kB
kblv_fsx_7.jpg04.23.1249.06 kB
Readme.doc04.23.12526.00 kB
readme.txt04.23.128.86 kB
scott_afb_midamerica_fsx_scenery.zip04.22.127.54 MB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Paul DoBearMon, 05 Aug 2019 01:23:56 GMT

When I am looking at the Scott AFB side of the scenery the frames drop badly. MidAmerica Side everything is perfect. It's like one of the building you are using is lagging it up. Could you fix this?

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