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Cessna T-37 Tweet & A-37B Dragonfly freeware for 2k2 &

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Posted 20 October 2002 - 10:44 AM

This will be great as I'm getting ready to go back to UPT as an instructor I hope in the spring. Hopefully back to Columbus, but Vance wouldn't be bad either. Haven't found out if it'll be T-37's or T-1s yet, but I have fond memories of the tweet, unlike a lot of other guys, lol.Lobaeux
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Posted 20 October 2002 - 05:20 AM

In response to many requests from current and hopefull UPT trainees, especially and probably firstly Aaron Zolna (Jetnfast), and other simmers here, and FS, the latest is that these beaut little FAC Vietnam era jets are soon to be released for 2k2 and CFS2/3...http://www.flightsim...CForumID8&omm=0in Gmax, and FSDS versions byRey Lopez (FSDS), and Hernan Orellana, Lt, USAF552d ACW (Gmax, Lt_Lawndart FS screenies 'callsign')Anyone got any ideas for CFS2 and 3 battle damage files, armaments files, scenery add-on's links, able to build missions or recommend suitable links to existing missions, especially FAC type missions, history stories and personalities, service photo's etc ??Uploads will be to FS, and hopefully here, ..and probably Tim Miller's AirIndigo with the addition now of Rey Lopez, will act as a repository for additional missions, development and extra's.The T-37 Tweet will be photo-realistic, with a finely tuned flight file, and hopefully usefull for UPT pilot training, and 'adventure flight' wannabe's like me.Rey's freeware stuff is truly legendary. His payware is even better! You can find more info shortly on www.airindigo.net
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