|MiGMan's Combat Diary||I flew it in N.A.T.O. Mission 8|
|Pilot's notes||" A development of the Lincoln, the more powerful Shackleton served well beyond its intended lifespan in both the maritime recon and AEW roles. The MR3 differed in its tricycle undercarriage and many were updated with Viper turbojets in the inner nacelles to ease take-off.
This Shackleton is a representation of XF707 from 206 Squadron, Coastal Command, Royal Air Force St. Mawgan, Cornwall, England, in the 1960's. "
Cockpit showing the Autopilot console which is available on all the aircraft by pressing ' shift-2 '.
I found the autopilot window could be undocked and moved to a second monitor with very little impact on frame rate.