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Hey everyone,

 

Put up your best naval(any navy will do) aircraft screenshots from fsx.

Here are some of my favorites.

 

2014-12-19_15-6-42-585.jpg

2014-12-14_16-21-3-835.jpg

2014-12-20_10-43-21-0.jpg

2014-10-5_18-29-3-753.jpg

2014-11-7_11-23-32-778 (2).jpg

 

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Hey Henry! Look familiar? :cool::cool: With 100% traffic slider and all of my KNLC traffic files enabled. Thanks again. :) ...Don

 

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Hey Henry!

I should have offered a link to your KNLC development thread.

I'll bet there are many Naval Aviation aficiaonados here that would love your NAS Lemoore package.

SOH discussion and latest DL links: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/showthread.php?89335-NAS-Lemoore-scenery!

This, my friend, is one helluva first effort. :cool::cool: Congrats...Don

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Never fear Gentlemen.........

 

2014-10-12_15-2-9-687.jpg

 

The Royal Navy has arrived. :D

 

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:pilot: A good landing is one from which you can walk away...A GREAT landing is one after which you can use the aircraft again. :pilot:

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[ATTACH=CONFIG]175023[/ATTACH]

 

Looks like a MARINE aircraft there Jan! Well......I guess they are actually a minor branch of the NAVY! :rolleyes:

 

I better duck! Don's gonna throw something at me! :eek:

Still thinking about a new flightsim only computer!  ✈️

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Henry looks very real. I was there 1969-1971 VP-122 A7 to A7E. Give us a up date when it will be out.

Dan

 

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Dan,

 

Here is a link to the latest version: http://uchisworld.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/knlc-nas-lemoore-fsx-scenery/

 

Will have a big update coming before spring. At that time will upload to public servers.

 

Let me know if you need anything or have any suggestions!

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Henry strikes back.

Some modifications in the ADE give a better ground, TO & Landing Ai traffic .

Great here with the " MAIW F-18 Hornet Lemoore v2 " package :

 

2015-1-1_18-28-13-252.jpg

 

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Microsoft Flight Simulator X Acceleration Dx9.

Vertigo Studios Stearman PT 17

KNLC v1.02 by Henri Street :

( http://uchisworld.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/knlc-nas-lemoore-fsx-scenery/ )

FTX Global v1.30 & FTX Vector v1.20

Rex Essential+OVD

Mesh FSGlobal 2010_X .

Hifi Active Sky 2014 Next SP1B live weather update.

Photoshop edition.

Ciao Viva & Have Fun !

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Just a small historical note, may or may not be of interest...

 

The aircraft shelters in pictures #4 & #5 were first proposed (required, actually, as part of their contract) when they provided the Kfirs for VMFAT-401, in MCAS Yuma, as well as the maintenance supervision. After all, Israelis know desert conditions, after all. We had enough for all but 3 of our birds, one down at each end of our double row, and one bird in the Hangar for either maintenance, inspections, etc, or as a hangar queen. The planes were always parked facing inward (toword the other row, essentially), permitting not only pull-in/pull-out capability, but also permitting refueler trucks, O2 carts and so on to pull up close behind the planes. It also ensured that the fire-balls from wet starts (more common than one might think, with the good old J79 engines), and so on rolled on down the flight line away from the other planes.

Of course, it always seemed that any work that needed to be done was only on the two birds at the ends, without covers, out in the sun, thus making them burning hot in the Yuma sun. You could literally leave a layer or 3 of skin on a flat, upper surface, such as a wing or fuselage, without gloves on, a long time problem on the F-4's and A-4's in Yuma.

We also nearly lost one of our seat mechs, arming up the seat in one of them one morning after it had been in for inspections. If he had been under a cover he would have hit it. Hard. Probably would have killed him, rather than just royally messing him up. Ahhhh, the good old days...

 

Pat☺

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Had a thought...then there was the smell of something burning, and sparks, and then a big fire, and then the lights went out! I guess I better not do that again!

Sgt, USMC, 10 years proud service, Inactive reserve now :D

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