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Hi there, no it's not the Dauphin sorry,But I posted some weeks ago some shots of our submarine! From now onit's placed in the library. Couldn't get the download link to workbut it's placed under the Fly! II Scenery look for "submarine"it displays a static model of a surfaced submarine which would decorate your scenery and will be usefull for hover trainings in the Bell 407..... and soon in the Dauphin ;)take care, and happy flying

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NOTAM It has been reported today by known and trustworthy sources that a German exchange pilot of a Norwegian civil helo company contacted an unknown surfaced submarine located in a Norwegian fjord near Stavanger.The pilot got the order to identify the boat and assist the crew if help was needed. Coming closer the boat could be identified as a Walrus SSK of the Royal Dutch Navy, the two visible crew members looked like some other pilots of that Norwegean helo company.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/57772.jpgAs there were absolutely no reactions of the seaman the helo got into a stabile hover and the co-pilot shot some reconnaissance photos (enclosed). After retreatement into a safe position the helo-crew observed and photographed a mysterious transforming of the sub into a strange and unknown object (see enclosed photos). Due to lack of fuel the helo had to return to its nearby home-base (Stavanger airport).http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/57773.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/57774.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/57775.jpgIn the past Norwegian fjords have been reported to be a source of strange environment abarrations. Further investigation has to be done. NOTAM END (Notice To AirMen by Georg (EDDW))

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Hi friends,thank you for your replies. Humor is a positive side of life, laughter prolongs your life-time.I have been asked whether this is a Photoshop "fake". Absolutely NO. It just happened when I had a helo-ride in this area (TAKE the Dauphin, Jan, take it!). When you have a look at the screenshots you will see that the boarder between sea and land is not clear. Water is displayed at the slopes. Some time ago I had some artifacts in the sky in that area. Seems to be a FLY!2 problem - or of my special installation.Just wanted to show to all of you because I had to laugh, why not you also?Georg (EDDW)

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