NBMK French Puma's

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NBMK French Puma's

Post by MIKE JG » 25 Dec 2013, 20:12

Based on the modeling work originally started by Nick Black, the team of Miljan Korac and Michael MacIntyre have finished off this beautiful SA330B Puma AI model complete with updated helicopter takeoff and landing animations. The model comes with 6 different model variations and over 80 colorful aircraft textures.
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A basic set of flight plans has been included in the release courtesy of Dan Reeves to help you get the model flying in FS2004.

You will need to supply your own AFCAD or ADE file for use with this fantastic model.


DOWNLOAD THE NBMK FRENCH PUMAS HERE.
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Post by maverick69 » 25 Dec 2013, 20:56

Thank you very much and Merry Christmas to all!
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Post by wezgulf3 » 25 Dec 2013, 21:58

:shock: What a Beauty!!!!

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Post by RKE » 25 Dec 2013, 22:11

Thank you very much, Nick, Miljan & Mike M :mrgreen:

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Post by 800nates » 26 Dec 2013, 02:59

Where can i find any good AFCADs?

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Post by flyerkg » 26 Dec 2013, 04:46

I definitely look forward to putting the Puma model to action.

Thank you!

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Post by Sonarboy » 26 Dec 2013, 07:09

Nick, Miljan & Mike.

Many thanks for this little gem. Really welcome.

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Post by Chrisb » 26 Dec 2013, 07:26

Purrrrfect.


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Post by Fokket50 » 26 Dec 2013, 09:25

Thank you for a nice christmas present.

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Post by RKE » 26 Dec 2013, 12:28

In case people are after some scenery for these birds, there's a pretty good scenery for Le Luc/Le Cannet (LFMC) available here: http://www.vf-air.com/down.htm (scroll down or search for LFMC). You'll need to update the AFCAD for it though, as the parking radii are too small for the Puma.

According to Mirage4fs, there was some scenery available for Étain-Rouvres (LFQE), but the site it was hosted on has gone belly up :(

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Post by delbydoo » 26 Dec 2013, 19:51

Don't know if this is the same scenery for Etain-Rouvres that RKE was talking about - but this one will fit the bill for the moment; just need to get rid of those statics....

http://occitania.gratisim.fr/fs/est.htm

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Post by jimrodger » 26 Dec 2013, 19:54

RKE wrote:You'll need to update the AFCAD for it though, as the parking radii are too small for the Puma.

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For those of the easily confused amongst us, what would be a good figure for the parking slots?

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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by RKE » 26 Dec 2013, 20:16

11m works for me. You'll probably have to add the proper parking codes as well.

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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by jimrodger » 27 Dec 2013, 09:45

Thanks for that, always been a confusing issue for myself.

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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by swp53 » 27 Dec 2013, 12:05

Hi All,
A very nice addition to military skies, thanks to Miljan and Nick.
The aircraft cfg should be updated for the Armee de l'Air at Cazaux which should be
EH 01.067 "Pyrenees" not EH 02.067 which disbanded 2004 and at Cayenne-Rochambeau which should be ET 00.068 "Antilles-Guyane" not EH 02.068.
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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by Firebird » 27 Dec 2013, 21:20

Steve,
I think that ET00.068 might be EHOM00.068 but might be worth double checking.
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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by swp53 » 28 Dec 2013, 08:48

Hi Steve,
This is a translated section from a French Goverment website where I located the info:
In Guyana, the redeployment of aerial device has resulted in the creation of the transport squadron "Antilles-Guyane" (ET 00 068) on the BA 367 Cayenne - Rochambeau. This was formalized July 25, 2012 by Air Marshal William Jelly air force commander. It also marked the dissolution of the helicopter squadron overseas (Ehom) 00068 "Guyana" and the change of command from Lt. Col. Bernard Tardy and Lieutenant Colonel Christophe Czekala, first commander of the ET 68 . The device in Guyana has been strengthened, with the home fifth Puma and three aircraft Casa previously stationed on BA Lamentin.
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Post by TheFoufure » 28 Dec 2013, 09:38

I'm actually recreating a FS9 ADE file of LFQE. It'll be finished for the end of this week-end.

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Post by Firebird » 28 Dec 2013, 10:40

Thanks, Steve. That would explain the difference between my info and yours. Yours was more up to date.
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Re: NBMK French Puma's

Post by Brenden » 30 Dec 2013, 05:12

The South African Air Force made use of the SA330 before replacing them with the Denel Oryx. In an attempt not to get into trouble I would like to know if there would be any objection if I were to make SAAF liveries for this awesome helicopter.

Thank You

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