Download Fly Model F5B Zip
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File Description:Miljan Korac is presenting new model for AS-332C1 together with repaints for Hellenic Air Force as well as amazing AI Flight Model made by Mike MacIntyre.It this package you will find custom made flight plans by Dan Reeves.LOD model compatible with FS2004 but should work with FSX (Not tested in FSX).
File Description:Hellenic Air Force F-104 textures for the ALPHASIM F-104 payware model. The F-104 has gained many 'nick-names' through-out its long career in many air forces around the world. Some of these include 'Widow Maker', 'Manned Missile', and 'Flying Coffin'! The Hellenic Air Force had a very good track record with this aircraft. Greece originally received 45 F-104Gs and 6 TF-104Gs under the US MAP (Military Assistance Program) in 1964. In 1972 used planes started to be bought with nine more F-104Gs and one TF-104G aircraft acquired from Spain, ten more F-104Gs from the Netherlands in 1982. The largest purchase came when a further thirty eight F-104Gs, twenty two RF-104Gs and twenty TF-104Gs were bought from West Germany. The West German planes were acquired mainly between 1981 and 1988. With one hundred second hand planes, some were mothballed and used as spare parts. Originally flown with just the natural metal finish they eventually were given a camouflage 3 color paint scheme on top of olive drab / dark green / sand, the bottom was a light grey.These planes were flown by two Greek squadrons, the first being 335 Mira from the 114 Pterix (Wing) based at Tanagra AB. The second was 336 Mira, also based at Tanagra AB at the time. December 21st 1966 saw 336 Mira move to a new base at 116 Pterix at Araxos AB. The F-104 went on in the Hellenic Air Force service until 1993 when 336 \"Olympus\" Mira Diokseos Bombardismou (Fighter-Bomber Squadron) was deactivated March 31.
File Description:Textures for the Bill Lyon's De Havilland DH82a Biplane. The DH82a served in Greece as mail-cargo planewith the markings of TAE (Technical and Aeronautical Exploitations Co. Ltd.). The file include the excellent Bill Lyon's model and panel.
File Description:The package represents the active Hellenic Air Force squadrons and combat wings with C130 aircraft.The paints are updates for the existing ones from Henry Tomkiewicz, except from the Grey paint which new from scratch.For FS2004/FS9 and FSX. Thanks for downloading.
File Description:LGRX - Araxos AB is a large Hellenic Airforce base located near Araxos Cape, Achaea Prefecture and serves the city of Patras as well as the western part of the Peloponese region. It is the home of the 116 Combat Wing. It is used by a few civilian airlines, mainly for the tourist industry.The stock airport shows three runways in use, however in reality only one runway is currently used the centre runway is now the main taxiway.I have added the civilian apron and terminal buildings and various buildings and hangers throughout the base, all are Generic Buildings. Parking for Military and Civilian use, a cargo ramp and lots of trees. As usual I used the fantastic ADE (Airport Design Editor) to design this airport but you should download the great lights package by Jim Dhaenens as I have used some of his Apron Lights. I have provided ILS in one version for simmers who like to fly with it, although there is no ILS at Araxos.
Quote: \"Hello, Attached is a zip file containing the plans, instructions and printwood scans for the Harry Butler Pitts Special RTP model. This is a 17 inch span stick and tissue model for electric RTP or free flight with rubber, glow or CO2. Not quite sure what the vintage is but I'm guessing late 70's / early 80's. The rubber prop supplied was a 6 in Guillow's item and the wheels 1 in Guillows slimline. Hope you like it, Kind regards,\"
The model is suitable for rubber, glo-engine, CO2 motor or electric Round-The-Pole flying but fuselage nose construction must be arranged to suit intended power plant. Main plan detail shows rubber installation with alternative general arrangement for glo and electric motors.
DIE CUT BALSA PARTS: Balsa parts require 'easing' from pre-cut sheets and for this purpose a sharp modelling knife should be used. Balsa is a 'live' material and therefore subject to movement, consequently pre-cut parts may require slight trimming to ensure an accurate match to the plan.
FUSELAGE CONSTRUCTION: Pin basic fuselage crutch to plan with modelling pins. Cement well at all joints. Add fuselage formers F5 to F7 (omitting at this stage F5A and F5B). Cut a 'spine' strip of 3 x 1.5mm balsa and fit between top slot in F5 and rear tip of fuselage crutch. Fit a further strip of 3 x 1.5mm balsa vertically between rear tip of crutch and previously added 'spine'. Take sizes for these parts from fuselage side view.Note that the spine member is recessed to top edge and fitted with a strip of 3 x 1.5mm balsa as a platform to which the fin and rudder are located.
The new installers work for these new REFLEX XTR versions only,and only under MS Windows 7 SP1, 8.1, 10, and 11!The latest version of REFLEX XTR can bedownloadedand tried for up to 14 days for free. A license key can be purchased in aweb shop.
The installers should be downloaded into a suitable folder in the first place!In a pinch, they can be moved to a different folder after downloading but beforeinstalling. Models and sceneries are stored in subfolders of C:\\ProgramData\\REFLEX\\Simulator\\You may create a new folder, for instance C:\\ProgramData\\REFLEX\\Installers\\You may as well use your download folder, but don't move or delete the installers!
The installers can be found in a program menu! (That's why they must bekept in the folder from where they have been executed for the first time;hence download into a suitable folder in the first place!)In MS Windows 7, you'll find the start menu entries in Programs/REFLEX/Models.In MS Windows 10 and 11, they clutter up the REFLEX menu entry, or you have torender them neatly accessible in the task bar:- Right-click on a blank area of the taskbar.- Select Toolbars, New Toolbar...- Navigate to the folder C:\\ProgramData\\Microsoft\\Windows\\Start Menu\\Programs- Click on the folder REFLEX and then click \"Select Folder\".On the right-hand side in the taskbar appears REFLEX, and clicking onthat will show the submenu Models.
Each installer contains model definitions (except for models without shape),model parameters, some of them special drive sounds, a text (German and English)with some notes, and many of them even demo flights.
Several installers additionally offer suitable sceneries for downloadand install. These sceneries come from different authors and servers; this isonly a service to make installing them more convenient.
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