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Aircraft Design Studio Releases T-37

Last updated Sun, 17 Jun 2012 15:57:28 GMT
Originally posted on Sat, 26 Jul 2003 17:48:10 GMT

Now available for free download from ADS is their version of the T-37 Tweet / A-37 Dragonfly. This light twin jet is available in USAF metallic and camo liveries and features animated parts, virtual cockpit and more. For details, click on Read More.

Aircraft Design Studios would like to announce the release of the T-37 Tweet /A-37 Dragonfly package. Both aircraft are freeware and include: a virtual cockpit, animated parts, vapor trails, and two color schemes, the USAF metallic silver and camo. If you're looking for a fantasitic aircraft for your weekend cross country flight you have to download the T-37/A-37 package. We hope to release more paint schemes in the near future.

The T-37 serves as the primary student trainer in the USAF and is usually the first "jet" students learn on. Despite the small appearance of the A-37, its primary use was in the Vietnam era as a attack-bomber aircraft. 

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