Fly Away Simulation

FSX Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18 410 Sqn

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Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18, 410 Sqn TigerMeet 2003 repaint for VRS F/A-18 SuperBug. By Dominic Pimpare.

Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18 in flight.

Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18 in flight.


Install using the VRS Aircraft Configuration Manager.

title=CAF-410 "Cougars" (Tiger Meet 2003)
ui_variation=CAF-410 "Cougars" (Tiger Meet 2003)
ui_typerole=Twin Engine Jet
description=410 Tactical Fighter Operational Training Squadron\nBased: CFB Cold Lake, Alberta\nWing: 4\nSquadron Name: "Cougars"\nCallsign: COUGAR / VOODOO\nWing Alternate Callsigns: CHECK / HORNET / LABATT / MOHAWK / SNIPER\nTailfin Serial Number: 188720\nMotto: Wandering by Night\n\nNATO Tiger Association:\n\nThe NATO Tiger Association or the Association of Tiger Squadrons was established in 1961. Promoted by French Defence minister Pierre Messmer, its role is to promote solidarity between NATO air forces. It is not, though, part of the formal NATO structure.\n\nThe USAFE (United States Air Force Europe) 79th TFS (Tactical Fighter Squadron) took the initiative and on 19 July 1961 they invited No. 74 Squadron RAF and EC 1/12 Squadron of the French Armée de l'air to Woodbridge in England. France was then a full military member of NATO.\n\nAs of June 2009, the squadrons included in the Association are 19 full members, 10 honorary members and 3 probationary members, all of which have a tiger as part of its squadron crest. As well as being opportunities for NATO air forces to share ideas and experiences, the ‘Tiger Meets’ are also public relations exercises for NATO. NATO aircraft are often brightly painted with tiger stripes.\n\n====================================================\n\nOriginally equipped with Vampires the Cougars became the first squadron in the RCAF to fly Sabres. No. 410 became the first RCAF squadron to go overseas equipped with Canadian-built aircraft. Based at North Luffenham until the fall of 1954, when it moved to Baden-Soellingen, Germany, where it was attached to No. 4 Fighter Wing until March, 1955. The Cougars moved to Marville, France, where they were disbanded. Reformed at Uplands as 410 (AW)F Squadron on 1 November 1956. On 20 December 1961 became Canada's first operational Voodoo squadron. It was disbanded once again an 31 March 1964.\n\nReformed again No. 410 Nighthawk was the operational training squadron for the CF-101 Voodoo interceptor. The squadron was based at CFB Bagotville, Quebec. On June 11, 1982, the squadron moved to CFB Cold Lake and re-equipped with the CF-18 as 410 Tactical Fighter (Operational Training) Sqn were it currently resides today.

Four screenshots of Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18 in flight.

Four screenshots of Canadian Air Force/RCAF CF-18 in flight.


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The archive has 27 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
CAF_410-003_TMOTA200308.31.100 B
CAF_410-003_TMOTA2003.txt08.31.102.63 kB
EXT_A.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_A_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_B.dds08.28.101.33 MB
EXT_B_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_C.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_C_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_D.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_D_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_E.dds08.29.101.33 MB
EXT_E_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
EXT_F.dds08.29.101.33 MB
EXT_F_S.dds08.30.101.33 MB
ext_l.dds08.29.1085.48 kB
EXT_M.dds08.27.10341.48 kB
FILE_ID.DIZ08.31.10121 B
installation.txt08.31.101.29 kB
snaps1.jpg08.30.10367.37 kB
snaps2.jpg08.30.10434.37 kB
snaps3.jpg08.30.10402.35 kB
snaps4.jpg08.31.10396.92 kB
texture.cfg05.21.09137 B
thumbnail.jpg08.30.1070.46 kB
Archive created by free jZip.url04.09.0858 B
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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