FSX NAS Whidbey Island Scenery
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- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
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- Free (Freeware)
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NAS Whidbey Island (KNUW), Oak Harbor, Washington (WA). An improved version with added parking, removal of poorly placed default buildings, changes to aprons and taxiways and more. By Jim Cook.
MS didn't do much with military bases in FSX. Here is an improved version of the stock NAS Whidbey Island. I added many Military_Cargo and Military_Combat parking spaces. I removed many buildings , including the control tower, that were poorly placed and replaced them with buildings in the proper locations. I made many changes to the aprons and taxiways, making them match up to Google Earth. Added some eye candy in the form of static vehicles, light poles, helipads, etc.
I use Just Flight's Military Plus Packs and they work fine with this airport. I also use Ultimate Terrain and FSGenesis landclass but they are not required. All objects are stock FSX so no additional object libraries are needed. Updates made using AirNav diagrams and Google Earth to be as accurate as possible. All work done with Flight 1's AFX program and Instant Scenery.
I will be doing other military bases as time permits.
Extract the two files AFX_KNUW_JC.bgl and KNUW_JC.bgl into your Addon Scenery/Scenery folder, re-start FSX and enjoy.
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