November 20th, 2002
Westland Sikorsky controls Mark Schimmer is working on his own cockpit project, aiming to build a complete base with the rudder pedals in it. He obtained a geniune helicopter control stick - check out these great pictures : Westland Sikorsky controls
Campaign mode in Microsoft Combat Flight Sim 3
I tackle the campaign mode: My campaign November 2002...
- Mission planning
- Mission 1 - Anti ship
- My first campaign
- ... and also look at some of the sim features and illustrate all the flyable aircraft.
- Splash Screen
- Menu screens
US Player-Flyable Aircraft
- Curtiss P-55 Ascender
- Lockheed P-38J and P-38L Lightning
- Lockheed P-80A Shooting Star
- Martin B-26C (and F/G) Marauder
- North American P-51B and D Mustang
- Republic P-47D (early models) and P-47D-25 Thunderbolt
UK Player-Flyable Aircraft
- de Havilland Mosquito B. IV, F.B VI, and F.B. XVIII
- de Havilland Vampire I
- Hawker Typhoon IB
- Hawker Tempest V
- North American Mitchell II (B-25C/D) and III (B-25J)
- Supermarine Spitfire L.F. IXc and L.F. IXe
Germany Player-Flyable Aircraft
- Dornier Do 335A-1 and Do 335B-2
- Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-5 and Fw 190A-8
- Gotha Go 229A-0
- Junkers Ju 88A-4, Ju 88C-6, and Ju88P-4
- Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6 and Bf 109G-10
- Messerschmitt Me 262A-21a and M2 262A-2a
- Emergency Checklists
- Bail out
RAAF in in Action 1996
In 1996 I went to Williamtown, home of the RAAF Hornets and came home with this snap of an F/A-18 Hornet landing.
F/A-18 Precision Strike Fighter
F/A-18 Precision Strike Fighterenters the Museum. Released in 2001 by Xicat Interactive , this product is an enhanced version of F/A-18 Korea which was developed by Graphsim and released by Xicat Interactive.
" On the Amiga ( at least ) you could only use the mouse or keyboard for aircraft control, which considering the aircombat was just as furious as Finest Hour, made it very difficult to survive an engagement. It was such a shame, as it could have been just as good as Finest Hour had it not been for this oversight. "