• Rolling Cumulus Software Announces Forgotten Airfields Of WW2

    Rolling Cumulus Software - Forgotten Airfields Of WW2

    Time passes as sparks fly in fire and so did many airports and airfields which were essential in WW2. In Europe the Germans built many in the northern latitudes and in those of the south. The Allies were quick making them with their plank technology and they sprouted all over the conquered lands. As the Japanese extended their reach in the Pacific it was essential to have them in as many islands as possible. In the USA new AAF fields were constructed to instruct thousands of pilots, bombardiers, navigators and support personnel to make sure they were prepared for the fleets of aircraft that would fly all over the world.

    As a continuation of Rolling Cumulus Software WW2 Series we bring you a group of these airfields which were quickly "Forgotten" as the winds of war dissipated.

    Fly cargo, bomber missions, reconnaissance and all kinds of war flights in the Pacific, northern Europe, the Mediterranean Sea as well as other strategic areas of the war. For FSX and FSX:SE you will fly eight missions and for P3D V4 it will be eight flights.

    WW2 Realistic flights and complete scenery of airfields.

    Ready for early August.

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