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  1. X-Plane 9.70+ Lockheed C-130E-I Blackbird

    X-Plane 9.70+ Lockheed C-130E-I Blackbird. This is the author's first upload of one of his aircraft for X-Plane 9.70. It is a quick conversion from his v8.60 series aircraft. The 3M paint scheme, in black and a greenish-tan, or tanish-green depending on light conditions, gave these early special ops support versions of the C-130E the nickname 'Blackbirds.' Later they would become MC-130E COMBAT TALONs. This aircraft represents 'all' the Blackbirds as the tail number has been painted out. There was a very brief period before black camo patterns were painted on the undersides as presented here. Readme file included in the package. By Bill Peterson.
     

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  2. X-Plane 9.70+ North American T-2 Buckeye

    X-Plane 9.70+ North American T-2 Buckeye. The North American T2 Buckeye was the United States Navy's intermediate training aircraft, intended to introduce US Navy and US Marine Corps Student Naval Aviators and Student Naval Flight Officers to jets. This is a conversion of the author's original v7.63 Buckeye to v9. You will find three versions of the aircraft: T-2A - U.S. Navy - this is the single engine version, T-2C - U.S. Navy - twin engine version and the T-2E - Greek Air Force. The instrument panel is the same as the previous v7 version, so quite basic. By Davide De Marchi.
     

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  3. X-Plane 9.70+ Sabre vs MiG Collection

    X-Plane 9.70+ Sabre vs MiG Collection. This a conversion of the author's original v7 aircraft, updated so as to work in v9. Changes include a new texture for the underside of the wings and tail, plus a modified flight model, using new airfoils. Additional features have also been added such as airbrakes, etc. The cockpits are quite basic, fitted with only the principal instruments. Besides the Sabre and the MiG-15, there are two other folders: the Lavochin La-15 and the Yak-19/25/30. In particular the F-86 folder contains all the principal versions of the fighter, even ones not strictly related to the Korean War. The Readme contains a list of all the aircraft included in the package. By Davide De Marchi.

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  4. X-Plane 10 RAF BAC Jet Provost V1

    X-Plane 10 RAF BAC Jet Provost V1. The BAC Jet Provost was a British jet-powered trainer aircraft used by the Royal Air Force from 1955 to 1993. This is Jacques Brault's gorgeous v8.50 JetProvost revisited for v10 with permission. This also has the sound package by Dataroots. The author has modified the internal body to provide leg room, made the internal parts and fuse into an object, set the fuse object to be visible from the inside, then added some white hoop bodies to give a more realistic view. The only tweaks to the flight model were to increase the tilt down of the horizontal stab, and reduce the range of the trim slightly (to make it easier to adjust in flight). Full list of changes in the included Readme file. By Rich Robinson.

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  5. X-Plane 9 RAF BAC Jet Provost V1

    X-Plane 9 RAF BAC Jet Provost V1. The BAC Jet Provost was a British jet-powered trainer aircraft used by the Royal Air Force from 1955 to 1993. This is Jacques Brault's gorgeous v8.50 JetProvost revisited for v9 with permission. This also has the sound package by Dataroots. The author has modified the internal body to provide leg room, made the internal parts and fuse into an object, set the fuse object to be visible from the inside, then added some white hoop bodies to give a more realistic view. The only tweaks to the flight model were to increase the tilt down of the horizontal stab, and reduce the range of the trim slightly (to make it easier to adjust in flight). Full list of changes in the included Readme file. By Rich Robinson.

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  6. X-Plane 9.70+ Yakovlev VTOL Collection

    X-Plane 9.70+ Yakovlev VTOL Collection. This file contains three aircraft: Yakovlev Yak-36, Yakovlev Yak-38 / U, Yakovlev Yak-141 / 41M. These are the author's original X-Plane 7 models converted so as perform in X-Plane 9.70. These models needed many adjustments in order to fly at an acceptable level in V9. The panels/cockpits are the same as the author's original V7 aircraft, and as such, are very basic and not representative of the real aircraft. Please consider that, due to the complexity of these airplanes, the models offered here are a compromise between the real thing and the features offered by X-Plane's Plane-Maker. Saying that, they are still enjoyable and satisfying to fly! By Davide De Marchi.

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  7. X-Plane 10 Sukhoi Su-15 1.1

    X-Plane 10 Sukhoi Su-15 1.1. The Sukhoi Su-15 (NATO reporting name 'Flagon') was a twin-engined supersonic interceptor developed by the Soviet Union in the 1960s to replace the Sukhoi Su-11 and Sukhoi Su-9, which were becoming obsolete as NATO introduced newer and more capable strategic bombers. This is an X-Plane 10 update of an original X-Plane 8 aircraft by Jacques Brault. The update includes an updated panel, adjusted/cleaned aircraft textures, airfoils updated and a few other minor enhancements. Thanks go to Jacques Brault for the original X-Plane 8 aircraft, Dataroots for the sound files and Ho-hun for his custom instruments. Version 1.1 adds inverted fuel and and oil systems. Prevents engine cut-out. By Dominic Smith.
     

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  8. X-Plane 10 Rapier F-108

    X-Plane 10 Rapier F-108 1.000b. The North American XF-108 Rapier was a proposed long-range, high-speed interceptor aircraft designed by North American Aviation intended to defend the United States from supersonic Soviet strategic bombers. The program had progressed only as far as the construction of a single wooden mock-up when it was cancelled in 1959, due to a shortage of funds and the Soviet's adoption of ballistic missiles as their primary means of nuclear attack. Had it flown, the F-108 would have been the heaviest fighter of its era. The included Readme file contains aircraft specifications and credits. By Billy Bargagliotti.
     

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  9. X-Plane 9 And 10 KA-6D Tanker

    X-Plane 9 And 10 KA-6D Tanker. To replace both the KA-3B and EA-3B Skywarrior during the early 1970s, 78 A-6As and 12 A-6Es were converted for use as tanker aircraft, providing aerial refueling support to other strike aircraft. Because it was based on a tactical aircraft platform, the KA-6D provided a capability for mission tanking, the ability to keep up with strike packages and refuel them in the course of a mission. A few KA-6Ds went to sea with each Intruder squadron. History, credits and flying tips for the X-Plane KA-6D Tanker are included in the documentation. By Graham Algeo.
     

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  10. X-Plane 10.30+ Lockheed YF-12A v2

    X-Plane 10.30+ Lockheed YF-12A v2. Developed from the original X-Plane 10 SR-71 model and modified with permission. Modifications include new enlarged and circular radome, raised cockpits by approximately 1 foot, cut-back chines with infrared search and track apertures, shorter tail cone, ventral fins beneath the engines, central folding fin beneath the rear fuselage and three opening weapons bays, each housing an AIM-47 missile. Do not try to dogfight in this machine as it will fight back. Everything has to be done slowly, especially the descent phase of flight. If you spin this plane the best solution is to bale out. Full description plus credits included in the documentation. By Gary Hunter.
     
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=Z1FLEbAbl4Q

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  11. X-Plane 10.30+ Supermarine Swift FR-Mk5

    X-Plane 10.30+ Supermarine Swift FR-Mk5. The Supermarine Swift was a British single-seat jet fighter of the Royal Air Force (RAF), built by Supermarine during the 1950s. After a protracted development period, the Swift entered service as an interceptor, but, due to a spate of accidents, its service life was short. The FR-Mk5 (modeled here) was a single-seat tactical-reconnaissance aircraft, fitted with a lengthened nose to accommodate three cameras and equipped with a frameless cockpit canopy. It was powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon 114 turbojet engine and armed with two 30-mm Aden cannons. Documentation includes full description plus aircraft credits. By Graham Algeo.
     

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  12. X-Plane 9.70+ OA-X Black Widow II V2

    X-Plane 9.70+ OA-X Black Widow II V2. Based on the P-61 Black Widow, and looking like an OV-10 Bronco on steroids, this is a proposal for a battlefield aircraft, designed to fight helicopters, all sorts of ground vehicles and troops. It has STOL capabilities making it suitable for front line semi-prepared airfield and roads. Max speed 350 knots. Landing speed 80 knots. Two Rolls Royce AE2100 4700 shp with counter-rotating six blade propellers. By Vasco Ribeiro.

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  13. X-Plane 10.30+ YA-7F Strikefighter

    X-Plane 10.30+ YA-7F Strikefighter. The Vought YA7F "Strikefighter" was a prototype transonic attack aircraft based on the subsonic A-7 Corsair II. Two prototypes were converted from A-7Ds. The YA-7F was not ordered into production, its intended role being filled by the F-16 Fighting Falcon. Documentation includes a brief history of the real aircraft, plus changes made over the X-Plane 9 version (YA-7F_STRIKEFIGHTER.ZIP). By Vasco Ribeiro.

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  14. X-Plane 10.20+ Lockheed NF-104A

    X-Plane 10.20+ Lockheed NF-104A. The NF-104 was a relatively low cost modification to three F-104A Starfighters to provide X-plane (X-15) and astronaut training for air force personnel. The addition of the 6000+ lb JP-4 / HTP, Rocketdyne LR-121-NA-1/ AR 2-3 rocket engine, allowed the NF-104 achieve astonishing altitudes above the point where aerodynamic control was lost. This way giving pilots high altitude, zero-G and space manoeuvring experience (peroxide thrusters were added to allow control above the atmosphere). Documentation includes a short history of the aircraft, flying tips and credits. By Graham Algeo.
     
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=bQWps7Mpv6M

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  15. X-Plane 10.20+ X-27 Lockheed Lancer 2.1

    X-Plane 10.20+ X-27 Lockheed Lancer 2.1. This is the X-Plane that nearly was. Partly as a study into improving the shortfalls of the Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, the Lancer was also Lockheed's entry into the lightweight fighter competition of the late 60's early 70's that concluded in the F16 and XF-17 (F-18) aircraft. Included in this download are liveries for some of the proposed customers for the Lockheed Lancer. Documentation includes a short history of the aircraft and credits. By Graham Algeo.

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  16. X-Plane 10.25+ Rockwell T-2 Buckeye

    X-Plane 10.25+ Rockwell T-2 Buckeye. This is an update of Davedd's T2A, C and E Buckeye aircraft originally from X-Plane 7.63 format up to X-Plane 10.25 format. From 1959 to 1990 the T2 Buckeye was the US Navy's primary carrier capable jet trainer. Other air forces were a user of the Buckeye especially the Greek Air Force who also used it in the light attack role. Thanks to Davedd for providing both the excellent .acf files and most recently all his improved paint files. As with Davedd's version this updated package includes T-2A - US Navy - the single engine version, T-2C - U.S. Navy - twin engine version and the T-2E - Greek Air Force trainer/ light attack version. Documentation included. By Graham Algeo.
     

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  17. X-Plane 9 And 10 T-45 Goshawk

    X-Plane 9 And 10 T-45 Goshawk. The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) T45 Goshawk is a highly modified version of the BAE Hawk land-based training jet aircraft. The T-45 is used by the United States Navy as an aircraft carrier-capable trainer. This file includes X-Plane 9.70 (main) and X-Plane 10 (additional) .acf files. You will need to overwrite the X-Plane 9 .acf file with the XP-10 version of the .acf file for that file to work (not a stand alone version). The X-Plane 10 . acf is found in the folder 'T-45-V10.25'. Documentation included in the download. By Graham Algeo.
     

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  18. X-Plane 9 And 10 Miles M.52

    X-Plane 9 And 10 Miles M.52. The Miles M. 52 was a turbojet powered supersonic research aircraft project designed in the United Kingdom in the mid-1940s. Design work was undertaken in secrecy between 1942 and 1945. This file includes X-Plane 9.70 (main) and X-Plane 10.36 (additional) .acf files. You will need to overwrite the X-Plane 9 .acf file with the XP-10 version of the .acf file for that file to work (not a stand alone version). Four liveries are available: default silver (metal), yellow, blue and camouflage. Documentation includes the history of the aircraft, flying tips and credits. By Graham Algeo.
     

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  19. X-Plane 10.30+ Sukhoi Shkval VTOL Fighter

    X-Plane 10.30+ Sukhoi Shkval VTOL Fighter. Unlike most VTOL fighter concepts where the aircraft were `flat risers' taking off in the flight attitude, the Shkval was a supersonic tail sitter VTOL fighter concept in a similar vein to the Ryan X-13. Designed to be launched from a transporter-erector trailer similar to a mobile missile launcher, the Shkval would have been an excellent point defence fighter requiring a minimal operational footprint. Documentation includes a short history of the aircraft, flying tips and credits. By Graham Algeo.
     
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=XWsYN4H_KP8

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  20. X-Plane 9.70+ Convair XB-53

    X-Plane 9.70+ Convair XB-53. The Convair XB53 was a proposed jet-powered medium bomber aircraft, designed by Convair for the United States Army Air Forces. With a radical tailless, forward-swept wing design, the aircraft appeared futuristic; however, the project was canceled before either of the two prototypes were completed. Four aircraft are included in this package plus documentation (history and spec sheet). By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  21. X-Plane 10 Goodyear GA39 LARA/COIN V2

    X-Plane 10 Goodyear GA39 LARA/COIN V2. LARA stands for Light Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft, and COIN is Counter Insurgency. The LARA type aircraft began as a joint Army-Marine program through the then-Navy Bureau of Aeronautics (BuAer), for an observation/attack plane that would outperform the Cessna L-19 Bird Dog. Both Navy and Army variants are included. Comprehensive documentation on this interesting aircraft is included in the download. By Billy Bargagliotti.

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  22. X-Plane 10.30+ Nord 1101 Noralpha

    X-Plane 10.30+ Nord 1101 Noralpha. The Nord 1100 Noralpha was a French built and re-engined Messerschmitt Me 208 produced by Nord Aviation. Nord built 200 production examples of the Noralpha and these served as communications aircraft with the French Air Force and French Navy. Later, many examples were civilianised. The 1101 Noralpha/Ramier I was a 230 hp Renault 6Q-10 (right-hand turning) powered production variant. Credit goes to Bernard Augras for the use of his pilots. By Philippe Gastebois.

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  23. X-Plane 10 Ilyushin Il-40P 1953

    X-Plane 10 Ilyushin Il-40P 1953. The Ilyushin Il-40 (NATO name: Brawny) was a two-seat Soviet jet-engined armored ground-attack aircraft. The first prototype flew in 1953 and was very successful except when it fired its guns, as their combustion gasses disturbed the airflow into the engines and caused them to flameout or hiccup. Remedying this problem took over a year and involved the radical change of moving the engine air intakes all the way to the very front of the aircraft and repositioning the guns from the tip of the nose to the bottom of the fuselage, just behind the nose wheel. Comprehensive documentation included. This a recreation and as such has an all modern instrument panel. By Billy Bargagliotti.
     
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=mQo8TDDmtC0

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  24. X-Plane 10 USAF 109th Airlift Wing (Antarctica) Livery

    X-Plane 10 USAF 109th Airlift Wing (Antarctica) Livery. The 109th Airlift Wing (109 AW) is a unit of the New York Air National Guard, stationed at Stratton Air National Guard Base, Schenectady, New York. If activated to federal service, the Wing is gained by the United States Air Force Air Mobility Command. At the request of the "Antarctica Project" people, here is the USAF 109th Airlift Wing (Antarctica) liveries for the latest version (1.1) of the update of Jacques Brault's C-130H (C-130H_V1_1.ZIP). There is one livery with the N.Y. Air Guard markings on the wheels fairings and one which has the National Science Foundation markings on the wheel fairings. By Robert Maheu.
     

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  25. X-Plane 10 Lockheed C-130 Hercules 1.1

    X-Plane 10 Lockheed C-130 Hercules 1.1. The Lockheed C130 Hercules is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and built originally by Lockheed, now Lockheed Martin. This is a conversion of Jacques Brault's C-130H from version 8.64 to 10.25 in RCAF colors circa 2000. Also, thank you to Dataroots for permission to use his sound files. The livery for this aircraft has been completely redone and converted to a higher resolution format. Included also is a paint kit so that you can create your own country's livery should you wish to do so. By Robert Maheu.
     
    https://youtube.com/watch?v=aNd3hke1zMg

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