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IndiaFoxtEcho - T-45C Goshawk for MSFS v1.2.1 Released


Changelog v1.2.1

Version 1.2.1 - SU7 compatibility fix and other minor improvements:

  • Collimated HUD as per Sim Update 7
  • IFF knob now correctly sets transponder state (OFF-STBY-NORM)
  • Removed custom high-G sound effects
  • Radio volume knobs now work
  • Minimum speed displayed on the HUD is now correctly 50kts
  • Fixed HUD declutter conditions for heading caret
  • Added launch bar and tailhook code for USS Gerald Ford and other carriers*
  • Light test switch does not illuminate AOA indexer lights anymore
  • Improved roll rate and pitch authority
  • Draft implementation of VR stick handling (not granted to work)
  • Added SU7 low altitude dust effect

* code works as follows:
If launch bar is deployed and throttle is above 80%, a launch force will be generated (on any surface)
If tailhook is deployed, an arresting force will be generated upon touchdown (on any surface)


About the IndiaFoxtTecho T-45 Goshawk

The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) T-45 Goshawk is a highlymodified version of the British BAE Systems Hawk land-based trainingjet aircraft. Manufactured by McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) andBritish Aerospace (now BAE Systems), the T-45 is used by the UnitedStates Navy as an aircraft carrier-capable trainer.

The T-45 Goshawk has its origins in the mid-1970s, during whichtime the U.S. Navy formally commenced its search for a new jet traineraircraft to serve as a single replacement for both its T-2 Buckeye andA-4 Skyhawk trainers.During 1978, the VTXTS advanced trainer programto meet this need was formally launched by the U.S. Navy. AnAnglo-American team, comprising British aviation manufacturer BritishAerospace (BAe) and American aircraft company McDonnell Douglas (MDC),decided to submit their proposal for a navalised version of theland-based BAE Systems Hawk trainer.


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