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Task Force 08-05-09 01:34 PM

I forgot to turn them on... cause I dont want a meatball on the side of my plane...:O:

Raptor1 08-05-09 01:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Schroeder (Post 1145455)
Hmmm, the cockpit of the F6 is open which leads to the assumption that the American is already in his "I want to land and ignore everything else" mode.

BTW Your Zero has no markings which is a violation of international law. Even if you should survive the battles at the end you will be hung as a war criminal. But don't let that distract you from your missions to come.:D

Did I ever mention how overrated international law is?

HunterICX 08-05-09 02:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raptor1 (Post 1145462)
Did I ever mention how overrated international law is?

if it gives us reason to execute someone then it is not overrated.

HunterICX

Highbury 08-06-09 05:19 AM

http://img30.imageshack.us/img30/9513/20098692547.png
:up:

Kapitan 08-12-09 05:36 PM

Well i have flown alot of aircraft on flight sim over the last 10 years everything from harriers from carriers and F18's to E3 awacs and sea king helo's ive flown fighters tankers transports and passenger jets big and small.

But today i found a little helicopter that is well rather nice to fly.
Ive spent what about 400 hours over 10 years flying helo's thats not alot compaired to well over 15,000 hours in fixed wing aircraft.

So here goes:

This is my MI-8 helicopter boarding at KORD readying up for some training and we also had a duty to observe landings and approaches on vatsim as well which was kind of unusual for me today.
http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2.../onground2.jpg
Side view with our main door open obviously we dont have the main 5 blade rotor going have not yet got clearence to start her up.

http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...g/onground.jpg
Frontal view of the MI-8 on the ground shes not a huge helicopter but large (no where near the size of the MI-26) i do want to have a go at trying to fly one of those one day.

http://s73.photobucket.com/albums/i2...t=MI8Hover.jpg

Thats me hovering near the fuel storage tanks just off the airport shortly after we had to watch in a 757 from dallas american airlines landed safely and hover taxiied him to the gate.

SilentAngel 08-17-09 12:41 PM

Thought I'd start some competition :D
http://img156.imageshack.us/i/goodlanding.jpg/http://img134.imageshack.us/i/goodlanding.jpg/
Btw I noticed... alot of pages back that some guys have got a picture inside there cockpit.

1. Is that hard to do?
2. How you do it? :oops:

Raptor1 08-17-09 12:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SilentAngel (Post 1152485)
Thought I'd start some competition :D
http://img156.imageshack.us/i/goodlanding.jpg/
Btw I noticed... alot of pages back that some guys have got a picture inside there cockpit.

1. Is that hard to do?
2. How you do it? :oops:

What game are you talking about?

SilentAngel 08-17-09 12:59 PM

hmmm the screen should've explained it.. but it doesnt show up :damn:

but I'm talking about il-2

Raptor1 08-17-09 01:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SilentAngel (Post 1152504)
hmmm the screen should've explained it.. but it doesnt show up :damn:

but I'm talking about il-2

Oh, are you talking about the picture inside the 109 cockpit? It comes with the modded cockpit over at the place we aren't allowed to talk about

SilentAngel 08-17-09 01:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raptor1 (Post 1152530)
Oh, are you talking about the picture inside the 109 cockpit? It comes with the modded cockpit over at the place we aren't allowed to talk about

Than I prolly know where to look... lol.

Sledgehammer427 08-26-09 12:09 AM

I just thought I'd drop in and show you guys some of the wacky stuff I fly around.
Note, I am playing full realism, with crashes unchecked. I know when I crash, which is very rarely, but sometimes things happen, so I exit out when I do.

Gee Bee Z "Sportster"
Yup, the notorious Gee Bee, the only plane Doolittle was scared to fly :D
very torquey and nose-heavy, take-offs have to be done with no flaps, and full right rudder, else you will soon find yourself out in the grass!
http://i391.photobucket.com/albums/o...gehammer35.jpg

Dornier DO-X
The famous 12-engined flying boat. Trust me, it takes all 12 to get this thing off the water. the turn you see in the screenie was accomplished after about 10 seconds hard on the stick, no letting up on the turn. It's a TANK in flight, but wonderful on the water taxiing :)
http://i391.photobucket.com/albums/o...gehammer36.jpg

And my pride and joy,
the Aerosoft
Hughes H-1
I am simply obsessed with this plane. Its pretty, it flies nice. But don't let it fool you, it is downright mean. The first 10-15 minutes of your flight is solely looking at the panel, changing your mixtures, prop pitches, and making sure you keep your throttle under the red-line in the Manifold pressure. This is a pic of the cockpit, it's very utilitarian. I like that. You can see that I'm running Okey-dokey, by looking at the three gauges to the right of the stick, Manifold pressure is okay, oil temp is in the green, and carburetor temp is well under 4 there, and that's good, a fine plane, well worth the money!
http://i391.photobucket.com/albums/o...gehammer37.jpg
And taxied to the parking space after a 1.5 hour flight from chicago to my hometown VFR. Note the size of the wings. fast flight :D
http://i391.photobucket.com/albums/o...gehammer38.jpg

What have you flown today?:yeah:

Oberon 08-31-09 12:37 PM

(cross-posted from mod thread)

We were to provide top cover for the poor sods stuck on convoy escort duty down below, climbed up to angels fifteen and sweep along the Kent coast from Dover towards Margate. Jerry showed up shortly after we swung over Deal and laid into the escorts, our leader veered off to port and dived onto some yellow nosed bastards and me and three followed suit. After that, it dissolved into the typical one on one, I covered the skipper for a while and then lost him but found a 109, gave him a seeing too and then found he'd brought a friend who was determined to protect him, I, on the other hand, was not so lucky and had to break away from Jerry, and every time I tried to re-engage one, the other would swing behind me, one of them got a hit on the engine and glycol started spewing all over the shop, tried to continue the dogfight but couldn't aim through the glycol and called it a day. RTB'd and CTD'd.

http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/5930/31082009173911.jpg
It can be done!

http://img5.imageshack.us/img5/7028/31082009175146.jpg
Red section climbing to altitude

http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/1...2009180037.jpg
Red leader and Red three swing off to get their bandit

http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/210/31082009180137.jpg
While I find one of my own

http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/341...2009180232.jpg
Little did I know his friend was nearby...

http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/243...2009180250.jpg
...as I closed for the kill

http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/706...2009180323.jpg
No hard feelings, Jerry!

Dowly 08-31-09 06:40 PM

http://i230.photobucket.com/albums/e...Ferret/bob.jpg

Schroeder 09-01-09 10:25 AM

109E against Spit MK V?:hmmm:

Dowly 09-01-09 10:44 AM

Yes, dear? :O:


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