FSX Grumman Avenger TBM-3W
The Eastern TBM-3W Avenger was an airborne early warning radar aircraft developed during the Second World War but that only entered service in May 1946. The TBM-3W joined the fleet in May 1946, and was soon paired with the TBM-3S in hunter-killer anti-submarine teams. The powerful radar in the -3...
- Complete with Base Model
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- 8.95 MB
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The Eastern TBM-3W Avenger was an airborne early warning radar aircraft developed during the Second World War but that only entered service in May 1946. The TBM-3W joined the fleet in May 1946, and was soon paired with the TBM-3S in hunter-killer anti-submarine teams. The powerful radar in the -3W would be used to find a potential Soviet submarine, guiding the -3S onto its target. The -3W remained in service with the US fleet until the mid 1950. Gmax model, tested in FSX/FSX Acceleration/FS2004 Windows 7/8 by A.F. Scrub.
Screenshot of Grumman Avenger TBM-3W in flight.
- Unzip " Avenger_TBM3W" into a temporary file and move the "Avenger_TBM3W" folder into the main Aircraft directory.
- Read instructions carefully when installing the gauges , say YES...when asked if the gauges sources should be trusted. If you say no....most of the gauges are not going to work!
- Paste all gauges and Cab into the flightsim gauges folder.
- Copy the effects into the Microsoft Games\Flight Simulator \effects folder.
The archive grumman_avenger_tbm-3w.zip has 53 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|in flight.jpg||01.21.15||84.40 kB|
|TBM Avenger.air||10.27.00||10.35 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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