FSX Douglas C-47 NASARR Trainer
The Douglas C47 NASARR Trainers were ordinary Skytrains fitted with F-104G noses in order to act as navigational school rooms for budding Starfighter pilots (NASARR = North American Radar and Ranging). Among the air forces using them in this function was the German Air Force, which had five (call...
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The Douglas C47 NASARR Trainers were ordinary Skytrains fitted with F-104G noses in order to act as navigational school rooms for budding Starfighter pilots (NASARR = North American Radar and Ranging). Among the air forces using them in this function was the German Air Force, which had five (called Nasenbaer/coati), the Canadian Air Force, which had two (called Pinocchio), and the Belgian Air Force. The paint included represents GAF 14+10. This plane was modified to NASARR Trainer status in 1964 and withdrawn from use in 1973. FSX model and GAF paint by Manfred Jahn. Previous installation of C-47 V2 Skytrain (DOUGLAS_C-47_V2.ZIP) required.
Screenshot of Douglas C-47 NASARR Trainer in flight.
- Please make sure you have a working installation of my Douglas C-47 V2 Skytrain (FSX folder Douglas_C-47_V2). If not present, download and install this base pack first.
- Extract the zip to a temporary folder or open it in Windows Explorer.
- Copy the two folders "model.C47_NR" and "texture.GAF_1410" to your "Flight Simulator X\Simobjects\Airplanes\Douglas_C-47_V2" folder.
- Using a text editor such as Notepad, open the aircraft.cfg and paste the [fltsim] section below under the last [fltsim] entry. Replace "XX" by the appropriate number. Note that the sound= line assumes the presence of Ted Wolfgang's soundest.
title=GAF NASARR Trainer 1410
sound=TW // assuming you have Ted Wolfgang's DC-3 soundset
ui_typerole="Twin Engine Prop"
description="C-47 NASARR Trainer"
The archive c47_nasarr.zip has 18 files and directories contained within it.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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