Sweet set of shots Larry!:)
I agree with Bob here - cool captures Larry!:-cool
Where'd you pick that up?!?
Yes indeed great shots Larry, where did you get all that incredible CAF military AI? Love to have some.
Awesome shots ! :D
Florian alias PHCO
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Nice shots!! I had never heard of "CF-116" before - I guess you learn a little history in these forums now and then!
I assume this is the payware F-5 DSB package.
SIGLINE: "Stealth is where it's not." :D
Thanks for the comments. Glad you enjoy.
It is indeed the DSB F-5 package, with this repaint by Dyl Roberts.
The mil AI comes from here and there, cobbled together with no great aim but to add at least some miltary representation.
Basically, I took what I could find in the libraries, and then started duplicating many of the flight plans with different aircraft, slightly altering the time schedules.
I loved those ones! :-cool
Well played! ;)
Tom - 737-800 F/O
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Very pretty little baby Larry, and great clouds here :9
When the CF-116, shown here in it's demonstrator colours, was delivered in 1968 by Canadair, under licence from Northrop, it was considered by many to be inferior in relation to the capabilities of other fighter aircraft then in production.
Nonetheless, the aircraft soldiered on in various guises, chiefly as the lead-in trainer for the Hornet, until 1998.