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Tony G

Military training a/c??

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Could somebody point me towards any recommended Military training a/c ( Freeware preferred) - something that a young Air Force/Army/Navy Pilot would come across in RL.Any Nationality of a/c is OK.Thanks Barry

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Hi Barry,how about Rick Piper's Jet Provost (freeware):RegardsOliver

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The Soko Galeb is also outstanding, as is the Canadian Snowbirds Tutor.For something a little older, many pilots learned to fly in the de Havilland Chipmunk (Rick Piper's model is excellent) and, before that, the Tiger Moth.

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I second that on Project Alpha Sierra's excellent T-37. An update is in the works, and soon to be released, that is going to be incredible, you are just going to have to see it to believe it :).Zane

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FSD had a freeware T-38 Talon that's really nice (I think they are soon gonna update it for a payware version that's even sweeter), one of the "must have" downloads.

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I also would recommend the T-37 referenced above. The manual alone is worth the price of admission. The systems modelling is complete, and it flies great.Best,Ken

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I love the T37 addon as mentioned by others - but, I am pretty sure that the Tweet has been retired by the US armed forces as a trainer.That said, if you buy the T37 and work through/understand all of the most excellent documentation, you will have a leg up over other Candidates. It really is a piece of work.If they do something similar for the Texan II, I will buy it without hesitation.Dave Blevins

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I am biased, but I second the Canadian Forces Snowbird package. Tested by several members of this years Snowbirds rotation. Found here and at flightsim.com.

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