FSX Vickers-Supermarine Spitfire F.14c SG1
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Beauvechain, second half of 1947. Formerly used by RAF 322 Sqn, "NH655" was taken on charge by Belgian Air Force on 17 April 1947 and delivered to 349 Sqn/160 Wing on 22 May 1947 before being transfered to 2 Sqn/2 Wing in November 1949. Struck off charge on 21 September 1954. Repaint by Francis Jacquet for RealAirs Spitfire Mk XIV.
VICKERS-SUPERMARINE Spitfire F.14c "SG1"
("NH655" formerly used by RAF 322 Sqn)
17 apr 47 : Taken on charge.
22 may 47 : Delivered to 349 Sqn/160 Wing.
01 sep 47 : belly landing because undercarriage only half down.
01 feb 48 : Transfered with 349 Sqn to 1 Wing.
Nov 49 : Transfered to 2 Sqn/2 Wing.
21 sep 54 : Struck off charge (846:00 hrs).
1. Unzip "Pack10" and place the folder "texture.SG1" in "RealAir Spitfire XIV 2007 Clipped" directory.
2. Insert text below in "RealAir Spitfire XIV 2007 Clipped/aircraft.cfg" file. (Don't forget to replace "X" of "[fltsim.X]" with the right number.)
title=Supermarine Spitfire F.14c SG1 CW GS
description=Spitfire F.14c, 349 Sqn/1 Wing, Beauvechain 1947. \n \nSet All Realism Sliders to MAXIMUM! \n \nCopyright © RealAir Simulations 2004 - All Rights Reserved \n \nPlease refer to the Flying Guide for tutorials.\n \nRepaint by Francis Jacquet
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