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Sunday Afternoon Flying - Russian Style

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After having some fun with the new Alabeo PiperSport I thought I might jump into something a little more powerful.

 

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The engineers on the Kuznetsov need to take a look at their engines... if I saw that amount of black smoke coming out of the stack on my ship I'd be pretty concerned  :unsure:

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Nice screens, mate. Nothing like a bit of a mess around in DCS. :smile:

 

Regards.

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Always relaxing to have the time for a ride off the Crimean coast.  Nice series

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Thanks guys. I'm a big fan of the Flanker, definitely the best looking fighter of recent times.

 

 

 


Love it! What's the scenery, it looks great.

 

The city and airport I'm buzzing is Krasnodar in Russia, the carrier was set up a few miles off the coast in the Black Sea.

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***Brilliant*** Love your angles in these Shots.Bring On ***EDGE*** :)

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I've been completely smitten by DCS and ROF lately; if you're looking for serious realism and a deep challenge and are a bit weary of flight planning, these are both incredibly good, and their graphics are cutting-edge as well.

 

 

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DCS and ROF are both fantastic sims, but require a pretty heavy investment of time and study/practice to get the most out of them.

 

Just flying around buzzing the scenery like I was in these shots is just scratching the surface of what DCS can do.

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