Swedish Air Bases of cold war

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Swedish Air Bases of cold war

Post by asizi » 14 Jun 2015, 07:45

Morning folks. Had found this nice website a while ago. > http://www.rbdesign.se/scenery.html

There is f.e. a nice scenery for ESCK F13 Bravalla. But this version has no afcad & also needed an adjustment of the hight over ground for ai planes.

I've created it. So here it is, have fun. 8)
Just place the afcad in scenery of F13 & the other file in scenery/eurw/scenery

And here's some info about the place. > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/F_13_Norrk%C3%B6ping


Cheers, Arne
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Post by Firebird » 14 Jun 2015, 08:33

You are a gentleman.
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Post by merlin101 » 14 Jun 2015, 09:09

Thanks! :D :D
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Post by VulcanDriver » 14 Jun 2015, 20:26

John

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Post by merlin101 » 15 Jun 2015, 10:33

VulcanDriver wrote:I'd better release this baby then :D

http://www.militaryaiworks.com/newforum ... 56&t=14782
yes please!!!
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Post by asizi » 15 Jun 2015, 17:41

You're welcome guys. Within the probably next 2 weeks I will release the Swedish Draken traffic file. For those who cannot until than, I could uploud a kind of beta traffic file wich is covering more than 20 "A" Draken of Bravalla flying around Europe. Just let me know.

Cheers, Arne :D

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Post by asizi » 18 Jun 2015, 11:08

Here it is. The F 13 Draken traffic file for Bravalla. Have fun. :D
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Post by gerdahahn » 21 Apr 2017, 01:26

Thank you so much Arne! Great work!

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Post by leuen » 28 Apr 2017, 09:03

A while ago I "dissected" the book "Mcdonald Air Power Guide" published in 1963, certainly the best and only source with informations about deployed aircraft and for some countries even the air bases at beginning Sixties. Here what the book relates for Sweden:

F6 -> A 32A Lansen
F7 -> A 32A Lansen
F14 -> A 32A Lansen
F17 -> A 32A Lansen
F3 -> J29F
F9 -> J29F / Hunter F50
F10 -> J29F / Hunter F50
F12 -> J32B
F1 -> J32B
F13 -> J35 Draken
F16 -> J35 Draken
F18 -> J35 Draken
F11 -> S29C / S32C
F21 -> S29C / S32C / one sqd J32B Lansen
Flying school -> Liungbyhed -> F5 -> Saab-91 / Vampire T55 / Vampire FB50
-> Uppsala -> F20 – Draken Sk 35C
-> Barkarby -> Canberra B2 / Alouette II
1st helicopter divison -> Berga / Torslanda - > Vertol 44
-> Alouette II
2nd helicopter divison -> Berga / Torslanda -> Vertol 44

Most of these Swedish air bases are available on the website mentioned above as well as the according aircraft. I use them as AI.

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