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Thread: B-36 "Peacemaker" from Edwards AFB to Guam int. (FSX)

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    Default B-36 "Peacemaker" from Edwards AFB to Guam int. (FSX)

    A very impressive big bomber, this is a freeware updated FSX version. Edwards (including the North Field) is the best default FSX airfield in my opinion. I hope you like the pics:

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    10 more in the reply****

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    The landing at Guam in the reply****

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    Thanks very much for looking,
    Regards!

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    Would you say that 6 is the ideal number of engines on an aeroplane? I'm surprised they let you up in that thing, but I'm glad they did because the screenies are especially nice.
    Cheese War Enthusiast.

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    I only "borrowed" it Paul I forgot to post my Heroic landing pic btw. Was a bit bumpy and bouncing

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeh View Post
    Would you say that 6 is the ideal number of engines on an aeroplane? I'm surprised they let you up in that thing, but I'm glad they did because the screenies are especially nice.
    6? How's about 6 turning and 4 burning? Nice shots Jan! Gotta try this one!
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    Nicely done Jan my friend, and you got the supply of beer and cheese safely to Guam I take it, right?


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    I did not doubt for a second that your landing was flawless.
    Cheese War Enthusiast.

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    great and amazing shots showing cool plane!!!

    Since FSX's programming is limited to four engines in panel. how can you see progress of gauges of TEN engines running on the instrumental panel?

    Aharon

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    That is long flight Jan, did you take the day off to make the flight?

    Great shots of the B-36, it is an awfully large aircraft.

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