Retro Air cadet action anyone?

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maiden757
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Retro Air cadet action anyone?

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Morning all. Having just released a repaint of Slingsby Venture T.2 G-BUEK it got me thinking. As there's a fair few of you (me included) that like a bit of retro action would anybody want me to re-militarise these nice old birds and get 'em flying from their previous military homes? Cheers all

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Yeah I wouldn't mind, one of the first powered aircraft I flew, bring back some memories

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I'd like that, too. Nice idea..

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Smashing. I'll do a bit of research and get started over the next couple of weeks. Oh and Jon.....I've just about finished your repaint of G-BUUF.

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Nice idea, I would like that.

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Hello!
I am sharing with pleasure result of a research during last summer (Now i am too busy with retro French and GDR Air Force projects)

611 VGS : Swanton Morley, XZ556, XZ560, XZ561
612 VGS : Benson, ZA652 (6 red) , ZA653 (1 red) ZA654 (C red)
613 VGS : Halton, ZA 631, ZA 632, ZA 635
626 VGS : Henlow, XZ558, XZ559, ZA625
624 VGS : Chivenor, XZ563, ZA656, ZA663, ZA664
625 VGS : South Cerney (near Kemble), XZ562, ZA627, ZA666
632 VGS : Ternhill XZ552 (A red), ZA626, ZA628
633 VGS : Cosford, XZ554 (4 red), XZ557, ZA629
637 VGS : Little Rissington, ZA660, ZA661,ZA662
642 VGS : Linton on Ouse, XZ550, ZA659, XZ564
642 VGS/Central Glider School : Syerston, XZ551, XZ553 (Q red), XZ555, XZ563, ZA634, ZA655, ZA657, ZA658, ZA665

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Smashing. I'll do a bit of research and get started over the next couple of weeks. Oh and Jon.....I've just about finished your repaint of G-BUUF.
Thanks, mate! It was great fun doing aeros in it but I've had to stop; such a big hole in my pocket all the money fell out.. :D

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Merci beaucoup Jacques......That's saved me some legwork. Just need to find some photo's to paint from now. Once again many thanks. Ross

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I like retro cadet stuff.. being as I was a rerto cadet here in NZ.... Wonder if I can figure a way to do an AI glider?

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That's yours truly sitting in the *mighty* KA4 a lot of haircuts ago.... must be around 30 years I guess (I think it was my first solo on aero-tow....)

Oh, and you know you are getting old when the aircraft you first soloed is going to be hung in the foyer of the Air Force Museum for the Air Training Corps 75th next year....

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Wolfgang Piper specialises in gliders for MSFS:

http://www.fsglider.de/index.htm

I have two versions of his Duo Discus gliders set up for AI. One acts conventionally and the other circles the airfield continuously.

The .air and aircraft.cfg files obviously have the methodology if anyone is interested in applying it to other models.

John

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Yep, I have his KA-4 for when I'm feeling nostalgic, and feel like flying something with the glide performance of a brick (which is actually what we called ours) :)

Might play with the air file and see what sort of a mess I can get myself into ;-)

Incidentally, I'm helping rig a KA-4 at the RNZAF museum next month....

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