Fly Away Simulation

FSX A-10 Warthog

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
fsx_a10.zip
File size
1.42 MB
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Scanned 19 days ago (clean)
Access to file
Free (Freeware)
Content Rating
Everyone
4 star rating.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars by 2 PRO members.

FSX A-10 Warthog. By Will Braun.

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The archive fsx_a10.zip has 14 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
A 10 Warthog01.17.070 B
a10.JPG01.05.0734.43 kB
a-10-198.JPG01.05.0782.16 kB
gallery257.jpg01.09.0737.26 kB
gallery258.jpg01.09.0755.26 kB
gallery259.jpg01.09.0739.20 kB
gallery260.jpg01.09.0766.31 kB
shamal.dff01.10.072.36 MB
shamal.txd01.09.07544.66 kB
Thumbs.db01.12.077.00 kB
Warthog - Shamal.txt01.10.072.30 kB
Warthog Production.JPG01.10.07161.42 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Archangelmj12Sat, 05 Oct 2013 04:15:24 GMT

Fellow aerial compatriots, I am now retired from the U.S.M.C, lets refer to it as pensioned, I haven't been able to fly sim in a few years now, but it apparently will be the way ill be flying from now on until that paycheck that might not come in the mail due to our representatives dealing with issues, which I want you to know that aren't at all what there saying. Its not going to get better unfortunately, and because of what I do know id say you've made a very good choice of simming.

My advice is that now you learn to fly on sim in the most realistic aircraft with realism . You will be of an advantage to know how to fly and what to do when you are flying. Take note that the times ahead are going to be very tumultuous, doesn't matter if I spelled it correctly or not, I'm sure the vast number of you reading this will catch the drift. I want to that websites like this for planting the seed of aviation into the hearts and souls of men and woman, young and old. This will be a position that will make a future more secure because you just may end up needing something to keep you above ground.

It's always good to have more than one job description especially when it comes to survival. My grandfather told me the second year of 22 in the Corps that a smart man flys the craft, and doesn't jump unless he has to. So true, so well spoken. Its going to be a long tough road ahead for this country and for this world, for all we know whether your 1 or 100 is about to change. Be strong, keep the faith and remember the number one rule after the external safety check exterior. Go over your flight plan, note the altitude of the airstrip you'll be landing your craft and set your dials according before takeoff. Know that your our future and it's in your hands now, Semper Fidelis and know ill see you up there. Stonewall USMC

Pro MemberAlbicaMon, 11 Jun 2007 03:15:24 GMT
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