FSX Retro Fleet Carriers
Retro Fleet Carriers. A packet of repaints for the Flying Stations.com 1944-1950 Victorious, standing in as a group of 'missing' Implacables (second group of modified Illustrious Class CV's) in the service of the principle post-war navies that operated Light Fleet carriers. Until an FSX Majestic ...
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Retro Fleet Carriers. A packet of repaints for the Flying Stations.com 1944-1950 Victorious, standing in as a group of 'missing' Implacables (second group of modified Illustrious Class CV's) in the service of the principle post-war navies that operated Light Fleet carriers. Until an FSX Majestic class comes along, this pack will help simulate 1945-1958 flying ops of the Royal Navy, Royal Australian Navy, Royal Canadian Navy, Koninklijke Marine, and Marine National. The ships: R308 HMS Insubmergible, CV26 HMAS Outrageous, CV19 HMCS Curious, R03 HMNLS Land Aan of Zwem, R69 Neuf Chates Coulent. The package also includes the Pepper/OBIO/Davies FSX UH-5/HO3S/Dragonfly naval helicopter AI plane guard and pilotable models, with repaints for each of the Naval Air Arms represented in this pack, the RN machines are real world machines, the rest are what-ifs. AICarrier2 configuration file included. By Retro AI Carriers Group.
Retro Fleet Carriers.
Many thanks to the great departed Mr.Pepper for this sweet little Helio, Obio, and Mr.Davies for the FSX and conversion, and to the flying stations.com crew for yet another terrific Aircraft Carrier. The helicopter package was created to add an extra dimension to FSX naval aviation simulation, as the only AI compatable period naval plane guard helio available. Some of the repaints are real world, some are what-ifs of conveniance. Ya run with what ya got.The complete helicopter models are included. The repaints are set up in separate AI and pilotable formats, installation is straight forward. Follow the labeling on the folders. The Retro AI Carrier Group is a loose association of naval aviation
enthusiasts, with a interest in naval air ops simulation, particularly Commonwealth navies and alternate history. Above all, its suposed to be fun. If your a rivet counter, your S.O.L.
L.Starkweather, 1MC talker for the Retro AI Carriers Group
Retro Fleet Carriers.
The archive fsx_retro_fleet_carriers.zip has 32 files and directories contained within it.
This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.
|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|FSX Retro Fleet Carriers||10.02.11||0 B|
|add to AIcarrier config.cfg||10.02.11||912 B|
|HMAS. Outrageous.jpg||10.02.11||204.06 kB|
|images-Lost Implacables||10.02.11||0 B|
|HMAS. Outrageous (2).jpg||10.02.11||204.06 kB|
|HMAS. Outrageous.jpg||10.01.11||105.07 kB|
|HMCS Curious.jpg||10.01.11||82.12 kB|
|HMNLS Land Aan of Zwem (2).jpg||10.02.11||155.43 kB|
|HMNLS Land Aan of Zwem.jpg||10.01.11||108.37 kB|
|HMS Insubmergible.jpg||10.01.11||85.39 kB|
|HMS. Insubmergible.jpg||10.02.11||203.77 kB|
|KON.Marine dragonfly.jpg||10.01.11||96.46 kB|
|PAN69 NuefChatesCoulent (2).jpg||10.02.11||165.63 kB|
|PAN69 Nuefchatescoulent.jpg||10.01.11||114.84 kB|
|RAN Dragonfly.jpg||10.01.11||86.24 kB|
|RCN Dragonfly.jpg||10.01.11||101.21 kB|
|Retro Carrier Group readme.txt||10.02.11||3.01 kB|
|unzip to simobjects - boats||10.02.11||0 B|
|unzip to simobjects-rotorcraft||10.02.11||0 B|
|pilotable Sikorsky HO3S.zip||10.02.11||19.38 MB|
|Unzip tosimobjects-boats-Victorious_1944||10.02.11||0 B|
|the Lost Implacables.zip||10.02.11||12.40 MB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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