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Eagle Simulations Release Marine Corps Packages for FSX

Posted on Tue, 17 Nov 2009 21:05:19 GMT
Eagle SimEagle Simulation have released four scenery packages for Flight Simulator X featuring Marine Corps scenery.

Miramar MCAS

Eagle Simulation's version of the famous Miramar Marine Corps Air Station including larger runways, several high security zones, secure entrances, several helicopter landing pads, and static aircraft. This frame friendly scenery puts several features at Miramar to, as always, enhance your flight simulator experience as much as possible. It even includes areas to practice special operations helicopter missions and dogfighting for every type of pilot. The larger runways also make great practice landing fields for commercial and cargo aircraft. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it!

Miramar MCAS scenery

Beaufort MCAS

The first scenery for Beaufort Marine Corps Air Station shows nothing other than the famous airshow held every April. Cargo, commercial, and fighter aircraft are all on display for the public. From the Blue Angels to the Concorde, aircraft of all types are here to practice stunt flying or take in the sites. This package also includes scenery at Hilton Head's airport less than 30 miles away. So for the cessna or the extra, the Blackhawk or the Robinson, the lear or the fighter, this scenery has everything for you! Blue Angels aircraft 1-5 have been placed at the airport, in memory of LCDR Kevin Davis who flew the #6 soloist position on the team until he tragically crashed and lost his life on approach to land after his performance, the #6 aircraft has been excluded from the flight line.

Beaufort MCAS scenery

San Clemente NALF

San Clemente Naval Auxiliary Landing Field is a cliff top airfield on an island less than 60 miles from Miramar MCAS. It includes helipads, static aircraft, and command centers. The runways sit at the edge of the cliffs and offer a difficult approach to challenge you. One of America's many forgotten military bases, its beauty can only truly be shown through the eyes of another.

San Clemente NALF scenery

Marine Corps Mega Pack

Eagle Simulation's first major multi-scenery pack has arrived with three major Marine Corps Air Stations to choose from. For every pilot from fighters to helicopters, we know that each airport will have something for you! Take in the sites and listen to the sound of freedom as you venture from the bombing range of Cherry Point, to the flight line of Beaufort, and align yourself on the Special Operations Trainning Center of Miramar. Practice your skills at each one as you take in the experience we are proud to offer you.

Marine Corps Mega Pack scenery


Eagle Simulations is a flight simulator design company for both Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 and X. We aim for we aim for low frame hits and prices, with large quality and great product support. We offer multi-platform licenses for all of our products at still low prices. We hope you enjoy our products as much as we enjoy making them!

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at ian.stephens@flyawaysimulation.com.

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