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FSX RNoAF Lockheed C-130J

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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rnoaf_frigg_c-130j.zip
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RNoAF Lockheed C-130J "Frigg". The Norwegian Air Force operated until the spring of 2008 a fleet of six Hercules aircraft - Odin, Thor, Balder, Frey, Tyr and Brage. These were of the variant C-130E / H and was submitted in 1969 to 135 airlift wing/335-squadron. The aircraft were stationed at Gardermoen AFB. These became too old for almost 40 years of service and was taken out of operation on 15 May 2008. They had gathered over 133,665 hours in the air and had flown a distance equal to around the Earth 1713 times. Five of the six planes are stored at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in anticipation of a potential buyer. The sixth aircraft is at the Air Force Museum at Gardermoen. By Marius S. Grovdal.

RNoAF Lockheed C-130J on runway.

RNoAF Lockheed C-130J on runway.

Install Notes!

Add Frigg folder to variants folder in the Captain Sim folder in fsx. Run Captain sim's ACE to add aircraft.

Have fun!

The Norwegian Air Force operated until the spring of 2008 a fleet of six Hercules aircrafts - Odin, Thor, Balder, Frey, Tyr and Brage. These were of the variant C-130E / H and was submitted in 1969 to 135 airlift wing/335-squadron. The aircrafts was stationed at Gardermoen AFB. These became too old for almost 40 years of service and was taken out of operation on 15 May 2008. They had gathered over 133,665 hours in the air and had flown a distance equal to around the Earth 1713 times.

Five of the six planes are stored at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona in anticipation of a potential buyer. The sixth aircraft is at the Air Force Museum at Gardermoen [1].

The six C-130H Hercules will be replaced by four C-130J Hercules. The first, "Frigg" (5601), was delivered in November 2008 while "Idunn" (5607) were delivered in June 2009. [2] The last two planes, "Nanna" (5629) and "Siv" (5630) , arrived at 335 Squadron in June 2010.

Marius S. Grøvdal

Photograph of RNoAF Lockheed C-130J taking off.

Photograph of RNoAF Lockheed C-130J taking off.

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The archive rnoaf_frigg_c-130j.zip has 20 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
Frigg07.22.100 B
C130_11.bmp01.28.08512.07 kB
C130_1_LM.dds01.28.08512.12 kB
C130_1_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_2_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_3_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_4_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_5_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_6_T.dds07.22.101.00 MB
C130_7_T.dds07.21.10512.12 kB
C130_8_T.dds07.21.10512.12 kB
C130_C15_T.dds01.28.08512.12 kB
flag.dds01.28.088.12 kB
livery.cfg07.22.10201 B
texture.cfg01.28.08186 B
thumbnail.jpg07.22.10364.32 kB
Read Me!!.txt07.22.101.11 kB
RNoAF C-130J Frigg.jpg07.22.10162.19 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Chris AllanSun, 06 Sep 2015 02:08:07 GMT

I couldn't get this to install using the ACE tool. It could not find the folder. In the livery cfg it states model=3g. There is no 3g model in the CS C-130. Any thoughts? Could you perhaps tell me which model it is designed for and I could do a manual install.

Best regards

Chris Allan Australia.

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