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FSX EC-505 Tiger HAP Demo Version

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Type
Complete with Base Model
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Compatibility
Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
Filename
demoect07_fsx.zip
File size
3.18 MB
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Free (Freeware)
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Everyone

Eurocopter Demoversion, EC-505 Tiger, for FS2004 (new version).

EC-505 Tiger HAP in flight.

EC-505 Tiger HAP in flight.

TIGER HAP
The Tiger HAP/HCP (Helicoptere d'Appui Protection / Helicopter for Close Protection) is a medium-weight air-to-air combat and fire support helicopter built for the French Army. The Tiger HAP is an air-to-air combat and fire support medium-weight (6 tonnes) helicopter fitted with 2 MTR 390 engines. It is daytime and night combat capable and is operable in NBC environments. Three basic parameters were taken into account right from the start of the development phase: low (visual, radar and infrared) detectability, which provides excellent survivability on the battlefield, maximum efficiency of the weapons and the associated fire control systems without heavier workload for the crew, and an optimized logistic concept offering minimum possession costs. The Tiger HAP is fitted with a 30-mm gun turret; 68-mm submunition rokets, and air-to-air Mistral missiles. It also features a firing sight with 3 sensors: infrared, TV camera and direct optical channel. The complete avionics suite includes multi-purpose color displays and radar/laser warning receivers.

TIGER UHT
The UHT (from Unterst├╝tzungshubschrauber Tiger; Ger. supporting helicopter Tiger) is a medium-weight multi-role fire support helicopter built for the Bundeswehr (German Army).The Tiger UHT is a multi-role fire support helicopter. The Trigat Fire and Forget missiles and/or the Hot missiles it carries offer anti-tank capability, while 68-mm rockets ensure air-to-ground fire support. A 12.7 mm air-to-air gun pod and air-to-air Stinger missiles can also be installed. The helicopter also features a mast-mounted sight with a second-generation IRCCD infrared channel and a TV channel, as well as a nose-mounted IRCCD control FLIR for the pilot. Countermeasures include radar/laser/missiles launch/missile approach warning receivers and decoy launchers.

TIGER ARH
The Tiger ARH (Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter) is the version ordered by the Australian Army to replace its OH-58 Kiowas and UH-1 Iroquois-based 'Bushranger' gunships.[2] The Tiger ARH is a modified and upgraded version of the Tiger HAP with upgraded MTR390 engines as well as a laser designator incorporated in the Strix sight for the firing of Hellfire II air-to-ground missiles. Instead of SNEB unguided rockets, the ARH will operate 70 mm (2.75 in.) rockets from Belgian developer, Forges de Zeebruges (FZ).

Model, textures by  A.Meyer.

1.) Unzip the contents of this file to a temporary directory of your choice.

2.) than:
start X_Demo_Tiger.exe and follow install-instruction

A.Meyer

EC-505 Tiger HAP in flight.

EC-505 Tiger HAP in flight.

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The archive demoect07_fsx.zip has 11 files and directories contained within it.

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= READ ME =.txt10.12.073.46 kB
a.JPG05.21.0919.30 kB
b.JPG10.05.0715.93 kB
c.JPG09.14.07158.21 kB
d.JPG10.05.07191.28 kB
Demo_Tiger_FSX.exe02.21.102.65 MB
e.JPG09.14.07191.78 kB
File_ID.diz02.21.10978 B
liesmich.txt10.05.073.23 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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