FS2002/FS2004 Vought A-7D Corsair II. D-Type is a production type for USAF and ANG (National Guard). The TISL laser instruction device was installed under the intake. Moreover, it differs from the navy's machine, and it has the fuel receiving mouth in the upper part of the main wing root. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 Lockheed A-12 Black Bird. The Lockheed A12 was designed in the late 1950s for the CIA as a follow-on to the U-2 under a program codename "Oxcart". The aircraft first flew from Groom Lake on 26 April 1962 piloted by Lou Schalk. The aircraft was designed to directly overfly a target, as opposed to 'standing-off' a target and taking oblique photographs. A variety of different cameras could be carried in the 'Q' bay immediately behind the pilot. A variety of ECM packages were carried in the chine bays. The A-12 Blackbird remains the fastest, highest flying plane ever built and achieved a speed of Mach 3.35 and a height of 95,000 feet. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 Bell Eagle Eye UAV. The Bell Eagle Eye is a tiltrotor unmanned aerial vehicle which will enter service in the U.S. Coast Guard as part of Project Deepwater. It may also enter service with the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. Two kinds of paint examples (Coast Guard and Navy / Marines) are included. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 E.S.W.A.T. Transporter. Science Fiction Animation Plastic Model Series No.20. This plane is based on Japenese animation movie 'Apple Seed'. It is a VTOL aircraft to transport the E.S.W.A.T. members. This is equipped with both the turboprop and the jet. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 USAF F-86E Sabre. North American F-86E Sabre single seat all-weather jet interceptor. "Temptation" was an F-86E flown by Lt. Donald McLean with the 334th FIS at Kimpo, Korea, 1952. By J.R. Lucariny.
FS2004 RNLAF Lockheed F-104 Starfighter, serials D-8013 and D-8022. On 12 December 1962 these two aircraft were the first F-104G's to be delivered to the RNLAF. Flown by (then) air force captains Okkerman and Jansen, these two 104's flew from Schiphol, around the IJsselmeer and then to Twente AB where they were used as ground crew training material. Original aircraft by Captainsim. RNLAF depictions by Marcel Hendrikse.
FS2004 RNLAF Lockheed TF-104 Starfighter, serial D-5811. From 1966 to 1969, 306 squadron, the RNLAF's only recon squadron, had the D-5811 in its inventory in order to convert more pilots to the F-104 and into 306 squadron service. Later on, the 5811 went to a conversion unit within the RNLAF. Original aircraft by CaptainSim. RNLAF depictions by Marcel Hendrikse.
FS2002/FS2004 JASDF F-104J StarFighter. The F-104J was used in the Japan Air Self Defense Force until 1986. Two models and three examples of painting are included in this file. 1. 204Sq #631 aircraft gray paint with wing edge tank. 2. 204Sq #637 black paint with wing edge tank. 3. 203Sq #682 camouflage paint without wing edge tank. The gauge is not included in this file. Each one, please prepare the gauge (panel) for F-104 separately. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 Lockheed M-21/D-21 mother and daughter. It is off-the-beaten-path that development and the examination of the D-21 scout drone were done in a series of Blackbird programs. It was the A-12 of the U.S. Air Force becoming the launching platform of the drone. Two airframes (serial number 60-6940 and 60-6941) were given the repair that is necessary for this duty, and it came to be called M-21. The flight of the combination of the M21 mother machine and the D21 drone that was called "mother and daughter" was advanced up to an important stage of separating the D-21. However, this plan was canceled because it had suffered a large number of casualties at the same time as losing the airframe due to the accident when the separation was examined. Moreover, though the experiment of the D-21 drone was continued afterwards, everything was discontinued along with the disposition of SR-71. Panel is not included. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 BAe Harrier GR.7. The Harrier GR7 is a single seat, multi-role combat aircraft that is capable of operating in extreme environments and from a wide selection of locations, including deployed air bases and aircraft carriers. The unique feature about the Harrier is its ability to vector its Pegasus engine thrust. This vectored thrust enables it to operate from short landing surfaces and to take off and land vertically. This model was made for reproduction of a lot of movable parts and making of shape to stick to even detail. The panel is not included in this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 McDonnell F-101B/C/RF-101C VooDoo. The F-101 "Voodoo" was designed by McDonnell Aircraft Corporation as an all weather fighter interceptor for the USAF. The prototype first flew on March 27, 1957, and was fitted with the MG-13 fire control system with automatic search and track mode. Intended originally as a long-range escort fighter for the Strategic Air Command. It was no longer needed in this role when the B-36 bomber was replaced by the B-52. Accordingly, the F-101A was adapted for multi-purpose interceptor/fighter-bomber duties and subsequently was delivered to the Tactical Air Command. The all missile armament was carried internally, and included the Falcon air-to-air missile and Genie nuclear warhead missile. It was an F-101B that flew the USAF's first supersonic radar intercept on June 9, 1958. This aircraft is made by FSDS V2. Full moving parts such as opening of the canopy and drag chutes etc. are contained. The panel and the gauges are not included in this file. by Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 North American F-100D Super Sabre. Developed as a follow-on to the F-86 Sabre used in the Korean Conflict, the F-100 was the world's first production airplane capable of flying faster than the speed of sound in level flight (760 mph). Of the 2294 F-100's built before production ended in 1959, 1274 were -D's, more than all the other series combined. Its features included the first autopilot designed for a supersonic jet and a low-altitude bombing system. A special panel for F100 is included in this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2002/FS2004 McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II (latter term type). The nose vulcan and the slot of the horizontal tail that is the feature of Type E is reproduced. Moreover, the leading edge slat of the main wing that is the feature of the production type of latter term is included. A new special panel is attached to this file. By Kazunori Ito.
FS2004 SNCASE 5000 / 5003 Baroudeur. A French fighter bomber of the early fifties. The SNCASE (Societe Nationale de Construction Aeronautique du Sud-Est) Baroudeur made its first flight on August 1st 1953. The main particularity of this aircraft was the absence of landing gear, resulting in a significant weight saving and the ability to dispense with obligatory concrete runways. The aircraft took off using a separate carriage and had retractable skids for landing. These skids even allow the plane to take-off autonomously from snow or ice-covered strips. Two SE 5000 prototypes and three SE 5003 preproduction machines were built. Unfortunately, the Baroudeur was an unsuccessful contender in the NATO contest for a light strike aircraft in 1957, and the story stopped there. The model has full moving parts and includes a generic old fighter 2D panel compatible with FS2004 and FSX. No VC. Designed by Patrice Grange.
FS2002/FS2004 SAAB JA37 Viggen. This aircraft is an interception and ground offensive fighter of the Swedish air force. This model did the upgrade for FS2004 to the airframe for FS2000. The reflection of the airframe, the opening and shutting of the canopy and the movement of the wheel etc. were added. The panel is not included. By Kazunori Ito.