Peter Inglis in an RAAF F-111 at Amberley Air Force base, 1995.
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8th August, 2006

F-117 Nightstorm Stealth Fighter F-19 Stealth Fighter for the NEC 9801. F-117A Stealth Fighter F-117A Stealth Fighter F-117A Stealth Fighter Advanced Tactical Fighters Moving Map Display in USAF - 1999
F-117A Nighthawk Stealth Fighter through the sim-ages.

US Navy Fighters ushered in one of the most popular ever series of air combat sims.
US Navy Fighters

Added videos of the memorable first mission - rescuing Boris Yeltsin. All the way through mission planning to that first sortie in the F-14 Tomcat, made famous by Tom Cruise in the movie "Top Gun".

Do not, repeat, do NOT fire on any Russian aircraft... " Do not, repeat, DO NOT fire on any Russian aircraft... "

Commander Air Group - US Navy Fighters
1993





Longbow 2
Longbow 2
Added the spectacular intro movie. While not reflecting the graphical quality of the sim, or any sim for some years to come in fact, it did evoke the right atmosphere !

US Navy Fighters Gold
Title - US Navy Fighters Gold
Release Date - 1995
Developer - Janes Combat Simulations
Publisher - Electronic Arts
Collection - - Yes.
Comments - This CD ROM edition contained US Navy Fighters and the 1st official add-on Marine Fighters.

A-10 Cuba (1996) by Parsoft A-10 Cuba (1996) by Parsoft
Title - A-10 Cuba
Release Date - 1996
Developer - Parsoft Interactive
Publisher - Activision
Collection - - Yes. Two.
Comments - A-10 Cuba by Eric "Hellcats" Parker is a fluid and exciting sim which ran well on modest PC's. In 2006 I managed to get the sim running again by telling XP to run it in WIn 95 mode. It was still not the most stable solution! Nonetheless I managed to construct two Air Combat Feature films and a few shorts using patented MiG technology...

"As well as the exhibits, there are a host of combat flying tips,links and resources - and don't forgot to sign the visitors book. The team at MiGMan's Combat diary have done a fantastic job cataloging the history of desktop flight simulations. We owe them a great many thanks for all their combined efforts, helping us to remember the heritage of this ever-expanding hobby."
Kenji Takeda - PC Gaming World Feb, 2000.