Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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October 22nd, 2004

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Specs :

INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEO Added a video of the virtual cockpit in action to the Beginners - (see main index: FAQ: Sticky) section.

Using the virtual cockpit

MUSEUM EXHIBIT UPDATE

The F/A-18E Super Hornetexhibit is the first to incorporate the new streaming video displays which bring the history of this great hobby to vivid life, and.... make it a quantum leap easier to explain to friends and family members what flight simming is actually about!

F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998
F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998 F/A-18E SuperHornet by Digital Integration - 1998

The F/A-18E Super Hornetexhibit now contains -

  • First Impressions - MiGMantook a ride in the beta version way back in October 1999.

First Flight and low level

  • Getting lost
  • On the Carrier
  • Conclusions :
  • 1 - a demanding sim
  • 2 - Air Combat
  • 3 - Low level excitement
  • 4 - Night and day

Flying the plane

  • Aircraft handling videos
  • Why is the flight model so good?
  • Cockpit Elements
  • Cockpit layout diagram
  • HOTAS
  • HUD symbology (basic)
  • Take Off
  • HASELL checks
  • Fence Check
  • Key commands

Flying the sim

  • View modes

Carrier Ops

  • Carrier Takeoff videos
  • Carrier Takeoff
  • Catapult Launch
  • In small pictures
  • You start here...
  • Ready for the cat shot
  • The shot
  • Off the deck
  • Looking back

Fighting the Plane

  • Mission Planning - Waypoints
  • Padlock view
  • Air to Air videos
  • Air to Ground videos
  • All the Ships
  • All the Vehicles

The Campaigns

  • Introduction video
  • Indian campaign video
  • Barents Sea campaign video

Carrier Landings

  • Finding the Carrier
  • Auto Carrier Landings
  • Manual Carrier Landings
  • The Approach Point
  • 10 miles out
  • On Final Approach
  • Touchdown
  • Bolters and Wave-Offs
  • The Jetsons
  • Carrier landing videos

Enemies

  • All the aircraft
  • All the Helicopters
  • AWACS
  • Ground Attack Aircraft
  • Ground Attack Sukhois
  • The mighty Tupelovs
  • Enemy Fighters
  • Radical Take-offs
  • Juicy targets in the Barents Sea..
  • Sabre Dance

The Package

  • The Packaging
  • Hardware
  • Hardware Requirements

Patches

  • Patches
  • Free downloads
  • Indian Scenery
  • Indian scenery upgrade
  • Links
  • FA18 Super Hornet links


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More Oz Expo reports

I found more reports from the Australian Flight Simulation Expo - August 28th, 2004 lurking at www.toomuchfs.com By author Bill Smith and Peter Stark.,

And while you're there check out their :

F.S BLUNDERS

Yes, we're all top notch, skilled Airmen here at the F.S Flight Club International, but occasionally things happen that are clearly someone else's fault or could have happened to anybody. To show that to err is human and to forgive is, well, all we ask... here are some of our more human moments.
website - www.toomuchfs.com



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Developer and Publisher profile

DSB Design emphasise the classic fighter jet marques such as the Hawk and Northrop F-5 series in their line-up but not exclusively as their product range seems to grow monthly. I met the founder David Brice at the Australian Flight Simulation Expo - August 28th, 2004.

MORE INFO in the index - DSB Design .

MUSEUM EXHIBIT UPDATE



Added an image of the ACMI - Air Combat Manoeuvering Instrumentation to Falcon

Falcon