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    Sim Skunk Works Lockheed F/RF 104G


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    Sim Skunk Works have released their Lockheed F/RF 104 G, The Lockheed F-104 Starfighter is a single-engine, high-performance, supersonic interceptor aircraft originally developed for the United States Air Force (USAF) by Lockheed. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) flew a small mixed fleet of F-104 types in supersonic flight tests and spaceflight programs until they were retired in 1994.

     

    A set of modifications produced the F-104G model, which won a NATO competition for a new fighter-bomber. Several two-seat trainer versions were also produced, the most numerous being the TF-104G. A total of 2,578 Starfighters were eventually produced. The F-104 served with the air forces of over a dozen nations. The operational service of the Starfighter ended with its retirement by the Italian Air Force in May 2004, some 46 years after its introduction in 1958 by the USAF.

     

    The Sim Skunk Works F/RF 104 G version 1.0.0 is ready for download at the SSW website, before download you need to register. The package contains F/RF-104 G MAP and Consortium models in Belgian, Danish, Dutch, German, Hellenic, Italian, Spanish, Turkish versions, all differences in internal configurations and external loadout have been mantained for historical correctness. All weapon loadout/drop/launch are working both in single and multiplayer. A custom menu for each version (Fighter/Bomber,Interceptor,F/B "Recce" and RF) gives the possibility to load a complete variery of weapons.

    More info at the Sim Skunk Works Homepage

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