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Many sims have a warbird or two in their hangars. For example FUIII and MSFS both have the P51D, AF2 has the Corsair, the P38 Lightning.and a Sopwith Camel.  What warbirds would you like to see in this one?

I reckon the P40 and maybe also a nice Albatros D.III for a WWI flavour.

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Anything different for a refreshing change: Phantom, Mirage, Harrier, MIG21 - or any other type which has been used by Air Forces around the world.

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Be nice to see one of the 'sportier' classic WW1 biplanes in there, something you can throw about a bit, maybe the SE5a, Fokker DVII or the SPAD XII.

As far WW2 goes, it'd be nice to see something we haven't seen before, maybe a Dewoitine D.520, which was an excellent aeroplane and pretty too. It was a match for contemporary opposition such as the bf109, slower but more manueverable, but sadly not produced in large enough numbers to make a difference in WW2.

Then you've got Korea and Vietnam, lots of classics there to provide inspiration, although again it might be nice to see something different from the usual MiG-15 and F-86, maybe a Twin Mustang or a MiG-19 could be fun, or some of the other unsung heroes such as the F2H Banshee or B-26 Invader.

For more modern times, an F-117 or a MiG-29 could be kind of fun to see in there.

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And it would be great to have Missions for them all, too! Maybe a few military trainers would be suitable for FSW's Lessons feature? Remember that brilliant 'Tweety-Bird' from FS2004 which only worked in XP and Vista?

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If the market for it exists, than a 3rd party dev will fill the gaps im sure.  

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