Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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May 25th 2001

The "Great War"

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Blue Max was a World War I simulation released in 1989. It ran in 256 colour VGA (320 x 200 pixels).

May 24th 2001

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Exhibit: Strike Aces / Fighter Bomber (1989)

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Publisher: Activision and Accolade
Platform: Atari ST, Commodore Amiga and PC
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Comments: The sim was set in a bombing competition inspired by Gen. Curtis LeMay's training events. It featured an unusual mix of flyable aircraft: F-4 Phantom , F-15E Strike Eagle, F-111 Aardvark, MiG-27 Flogger, RAF and Luftwaffe Tornado and the Saab Viggen.

Dante Mendes De Patta sent in these screenshots which show the player aircraft and the F-111 cockpit from what was surely a unique combat sim.

May 23rd 2001

Flugwerft Schleissheim

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Exhibit: Flugwerft Schleissheim

Location: Schleissheim, a suburb of Munich
Comments: This museum contains exhibits ranging from Otto Lilienthal's pioneering 19c hang-gliders to the WWII Heinkel-111.

- Hans Trauner sent me additional information on this collection of military aircraft

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Falcon 3.0

I added info on the Falcon Gold reissue (still available) which contains Falcon 3.0, MiG-29, Hornet, Operation Fighting Tiger and Art of The Kill. In my opinion it's worth getting (USD $9.95) for the Art of the Kill video alone!

May 22nd 2001

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I've made a clickable Kiowa Warrior cockpit which zooms in on the various instruments. Check it out! - Longbow 2