FS2004 Vought A-7E Corsair II, "Short Little Ugly Fella (SLUF)"

PreviewThis was an attack aircraft with an extremely excellent navigation ability and an accurate arms launching ability contrary to the nickname. This ability have only of present Panabia Tornado. This had a big installing ability and mobility at low speed though this was not a supersonic speed and not...

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FS2004
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a7e_301.zip
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This was an attack aircraft with an extremely excellent navigation ability and an accurate arms launching ability contrary to the nickname. This ability have only of present Panabia Tornado. This had a big installing ability and mobility at low speed though this was not a supersonic speed and not beautiful. E-Type is production types for United States Navy , and a lot of produced airframes (535 airframe). This file modeled the 301st airplane of the VA-22 force having been installed by U.S.S. Enterprise of U.S.NAVY.

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The archive a7e_301.zip has 43 files and directories contained within it.

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Filename/Directory File Date File Size
A-7E Corsair II03.28.040 B
A-7E Corsair II.air03.31.0413.37 kB
Aircraft.cfg04.03.045.55 kB
model03.28.040 B
Model.cfg04.02.0434 B
A-7E Corsair II.mdl04.02.04767.15 kB
panel03.28.040 B
Main_Panel.bmp04.03.04769.05 kB
PANEL.CFG04.03.041.80 kB
sound03.28.040 B
Sound.cfg03.31.0430 B
texture03.28.040 B
Fuselage.bmp04.02.041.00 MB
Wing01.bmp04.02.041.00 MB
Wing02.bmp04.02.04257.05 kB
PILOT.BMP03.31.04257.05 kB
Burner.BMP03.31.0417.05 kB
Gauges04.03.040 B
188-N2-1.GAU12.13.97128.00 kB
Aoa-1.gau10.15.9814.50 kB
bendix_king.vor2.gau03.07.02241.50 kB
cf707EGT1.gau10.09.01128.00 kB
CFR_1_airspeed.gau08.10.01142.00 kB
CFR_c130att.gau07.17.01305.50 kB
f15j_compass.gau03.06.9944.00 kB
f15j_radio.gau03.05.9950.00 kB
Fouga_bendix_king_adf.gau04.09.02242.00 kB
Fouga_Flaps.gau04.09.02118.50 kB
Fouga_fuel.gau04.09.02100.00 kB
Fouga_Turn-Coordinator.gau11.28.00106.50 kB
Fouga_vsi.gau02.24.02103.00 kB
f_alt.gau03.06.9930.50 kB
HP61.DG.gau11.13.98242.00 kB
HW_SBK.GAU10.17.9841.00 kB
t4_gear2.gau03.06.9939.00 kB
tp2.oil.1.gau12.12.97128.50 kB
F16.GAU06.27.021.53 MB
A-7 Panel.JPG04.03.04173.89 kB
A-7E.JPG04.02.04123.51 kB
File_ID.DIZ04.03.04614 B
README.txt04.03.044.68 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

Editorial

Having been immediately interested by the name of this aircraft, the Vought 7e Corsair II came to my attention as soon as I seen this mod. I have to admit that until that point I knew very little about this model so I decided to expand my horizons and give it a go. What I found was arguably the most enjoyable US military model that I have ever had the pleasure of flying around in, it felt like something that was from another world at first!

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Whilst I’ve had some time in other military models none of them had given me the same depth of appreciation as this beauty. It was extremely easy to fly around in and the depth of precision within that cockpit quickly took me by surprise. The ability of the aircraft to turn even in the most short of timeframes made it hugely effective to fly around in, whilst also maintaining exceptional mobility as you fly.

I was really impressed by that factor – many aircraft that are this fast feel like they are about to explode as you skite around the skies! I was really impressed by the fact it was so fast, despite not being supersonic and definitely not being particularly pleasing on the aesthetic side of things.

The E-Type was an aircraft I immediately found myself engaged by with a typically tight and engaging cockpit with plenty to pick from. The aircraft was capable of providing me with a real introduction to the world of military aviation and helped me, quite quickly, understand the differences between each generation of military hardware.

This was something that I deeply enjoyed flying around with and something that really interested me for the long-term; I’ll definitely be keeping it installed to use it as and when I need. If you want a difference from typically military aircraft and want something with a bit more zip and snazz about it, I would recommend giving this a try.

It feels really engaging to cut around the skies with and it also gives you a hugely impressive introduction into what makes the world of aviation so exceptionally fun to be a part of. I would happily recommend this to anyone who knows nothing about this aircraft as much as I would to an enthusiast. This was one of those truly engaging learning experiences that I loved being a part of.

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe

Adam McEnroe is a flight sim enthusiast who has been simming since the days of FS95. Adam writes all of the download section editorials after testing each of the files. Adam has extensive knowledge using various flight simulator packages and thoroughly tests the files before writing about them. Adam also like to fly real-world aircraft in his spare time and is training for his PPL.

Should you wish, you can contact Adam via email at adam@flyawaysimulation.com.

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