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Leeward Point Field, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (MUGM). Includes moved and replaced stock buildings, moved control tower, added buildings, added parking, static vehicles. By Jim Cook.
By request, here is an updated version of the stock FSX Leeward Point Field. I used Flight 1's AFX and Instant Scenery programs to re-work the airport. I removed and replaced some of the stock buildings, moved the control tower, added several buildings, added Military combat and cargo parking, additional pavement and several static items such as vehicles and a few trees.
Only stock FSX objects are used except for parked cars which are from the Acceleration Pack. If you don't have it you won't see the cars.
I was fortunate to have some pictures sent to me which were a huge help in getting the field right along with Google Earth.
Extract the two files AFX_MUGM_JC.bgl and MUGM_JC.bgl to your Addon Scenery/Scenery folder, start FSX and enjoy!
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