RAF Rescue Seakings package by MAIW

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RAF Rescue Seakings package by MAIW

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please use this thread to post questions and constructive feedback about this package here


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AFCAD for Lossiemouth of Scotflight RAF Collection

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Users of Scotflights Lossiemouth may need adapted AFCAD's to use the great scenery together with MAIW RAF Seaking and RAF Tornado packages.

Please PM me if you are interested.
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Fantastic package, I followed a heli to a waypoint and when I saw the hover type landing, I thought that was great, it really simulated a kind of recon or rescue.
Well done guys, I've played around a lot with this sort of stuff and this is brill.

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Glad this one's finally out :lol:

Enjoy guys!

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Hi guys!
I made AFCADs for EGDC, EGDG, EGUW and for the Helo parts to fit in UK2000 scenery!

I won't be home until December 30, so if you wan't a copy, send me a PM with your mail, and you'll getthe AFCADs as soon as i get back!

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I am really liking these new helicopter AI packages! Thanks MAIW. Quick question, how many part will there be for the RAF Seaking?

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Post by VulcanDriver »

If you mean are there further parts to the RAF package then its a no. The RAF don't have many rescue helicopters! But keep your eyes open for a further UK Sea King package.
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Great! I knew I was a good guy this year and deserved something for Christmas! :wink:

Now I have a hope for a German Seaking package.
Although there was a joke about them in my active time: "I have seen two Seakings at once in the air today." "Really?!?" "Yeah, one was lifting the other." Don't know if it is still the same. At that time they were lacking spare parts.
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I never knew that the RAF didn't have many rescue helicopters as Vulcan Driver says above, I know very little about military aircraft but I'm learning a lot on here from you guys. :)

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Col7777 wrote:I never knew that the RAF didn't have many rescue helicopters
But they have an awful lot of pipes and slippers :lol:
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To follow
With Seakings
Falklands package
RN Seakings- Rescue & AEW
RN - HC4 Commando carrier
QinetiQ
ETPS

Eventually !


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I just noticed that most or all of the Sea Kings in the RAF Resque package have the same code (I). Is it possible to change this, codes won't change so you don't have to update them:

Sea King HAR3 XZ585 A WA851 22 Sqn / C Flt Valley 9.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ586 B WA852 202 Sqn / E-Flt Leconfield 9.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ587 C WA853 203 (R) Sqn St. Mawgan 3.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ588 D WA854 203 (R) Sqn St. Mawgan 10.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ589 E WA855 202 Sqn / E-Flt Leconfield 10.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ590 F WA856 22 Sqn / C Flt Valley 7.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ591 G WA857 202 Sqn / A-Flt Boulmer 6.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ592 H WA858 203 (R) Sqn St. Mawgan 12.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ593 I WA859 1564 Flt Mount Pleasant 11.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ594 J WA860 202 Sqn / D-Flt Lossiemouth 3.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ595 K WA861 202 Sqn / E-Flt Leconfield 7.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ596 L WA862 203 (R) Sqn St. Mawgan 2.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ597 M WA863 22 Sqn / C Flt Valley 2.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ598 N WA864 202 Sqn / A-Flt Boulmer 11.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 XZ599 P WA865 203 (R) Sqn St. Mawgan 2.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 ZA105 Q WA886 202 Sqn / D-Flt Lossiemouth 9.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3 ZE368 R WA947 202 Sqn / D-Flt Lossiemouth 2.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 ZE369 S WA948 202 Sqn / A-Flt Boulmer 1.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3 ZE370 T WA949 22 Sqn / C-Flt Valley 9.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH540 U WA1006 22 Sqn / A-Flt Chivenor 7.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH541 V WA1007 22 Sqn / A-Flt Chivenor 9.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH542 W WA1008 22 Sqn / A-Flt Chivenor 9.07 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH543 X WA1009 22 Sqn / B-Flt Wattisham 3.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH544 WA1010 22 Sqn / B-Flt Wattisham 9.08 RAF
Sea King HAR3A ZH545 Z WA1011 22 Sqn / B-Flt Wattisham 3.08 RAF

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Re: RAF Rescue Seakings package by MAIW

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Hi Guys, sorry to drag this out of the bag but at Leconfield the sea kings are parked at the wrong place. As some of you may know that Leconfield is and army base esentially, so the sea kings are parked in there own area at the south end of the runway rather than being around at the hanager areas. just thourght i would mention it because i went on work experiace there for a week

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Hi Dale!

This package was created two years ago and I can assure you that the parking places were correct back then :wink:

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Ok, Just thought i would mention it
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DaleRFU wrote:Ok, Just thought i would mention it
Of course, and feel free to update the AFD to the current situation and share it with us. :smt001

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:lol: :lol:

Dale, mate, I'm going to make you green with envy :twisted:

I spent a week at Leconfield in 1973, when the SAR was equipped with Westland Whirlwinds.

Of course, the bit that you'll hate me for................................................it was also the home to No. 60 MU.

Loadsa Lightnings!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :twisted: :twisted:
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't was hell wasn't it, still got the piccies from way back then :D

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