UH-72A Lakota

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by jetmax » 17 Jun 2017, 08:39

Awesome!!
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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Greg » 18 Jun 2017, 09:48

And released. Go get them!

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by hermit » 18 Jun 2017, 10:57

:D

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by John Young » 18 Jun 2017, 21:07

Thank you Greg.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Makadocias » 18 Jun 2017, 21:10

Great!

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by miljan » 18 Jun 2017, 21:11

Thank you John. Amazing work you done here.
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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by John Young » 18 Jun 2017, 21:18

I know you include Brent and Hartwig in those kind words Miljan, so thank you from all of us.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by andypoppens » 18 Jun 2017, 22:26

what new aircraft are you working on now

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Victory103 » 18 Jun 2017, 23:21

I'm not seeing the AI mosquitoes at Ft. Polk and how can I change the weather theme to muggy??? Great job on all facets gents, UH-72s look the part!
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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Joseph29 » 19 Jun 2017, 01:22

Thank you for the cool AI helo's!!

I have a question. What happens when one of these helicopters goes to a airport without a special helicopter AFCAD? For instance the USNTPS flightplans has KWAL as a destination. If I go to KWAL will these helicopters taxi, take off, and land correctly? Or will they move around like they have wheels?

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Tranquil » 19 Jun 2017, 01:23

Thank you John, Brent & Hartwig for all the hard work gone into producing another beautiful model/Scenery! Simply stunning :)

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by JohnTenn » 19 Jun 2017, 03:30

Thank you gents.

Stunning.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by clickclickdoh » 19 Jun 2017, 03:36

John Young wrote:
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I know you include Brent and Hartwig in those kind words Miljan, so thank you from all of us.
I'm only doing this so I can get early access to your latest models. :lol:


I know everyone hates when game companies put out day one Add-on content... but I hope everyone will forgive me for also sending Davison AAF and FL ARNG Co B 2-151 packages to the Hangar so there are more UH-72s to play with.

Davison is a full stand alone package with UH-72s, UH-60, C-12, C-35s and more.
Co B 2-151 is the UH-72s that were missing from the Cecil package and is intended to be used in conjunction with that package.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by JohnTenn » 19 Jun 2017, 03:49

Brent

Regarding Fort Polk.

I have only files for FPF1 to FPF4 in the FS9 scenery. Are there supposed to be more?

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by Joseph29 » 19 Jun 2017, 04:22

Joseph29 wrote:
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I have a question. What happens when one of these helicopters goes to a airport without a special helicopter AFCAD? For instance the USNTPS flightplans has KWAL as a destination. If I go to KWAL will these helicopters taxi, take off, and land correctly? Or will they move around like they have wheels?
I saw the answer to my question. They hover over to the active runway then take off.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by John Young » 19 Jun 2017, 07:13

Thanks John, apologies, it was a very hot day when I was assembling the zips and domestic life was competing. The missing Fort Polk scenery files were hiding out of sight and needed a horizontal scroll to see them, hence I missed them. I have attached them in the zip below. I'll upload them to the hangar also. The FSX package is OK.

As to the question from andypoppens, you can see that I need a break LOL. I'm not working on anything at the moment apart from a couple of scenery models that Brent needs. After that I'm going to enjoy the British summer for a couple of months. I am going to work on a model early morning, but at a more leisurely pace. It will probably be much less complicated than the Lakota's and it might also fill a gap in my RAF retro range. Something more contemporary and more challenging in the Autumn (Fall) I think.

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by maverick69 » 19 Jun 2017, 09:33

Thank you to all involved in this project!
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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by miljan » 19 Jun 2017, 11:48

John Young wrote:
18 Jun 2017, 21:18
I know you include Brent and Hartwig in those kind words Miljan, so thank you from all of us.

John
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Without intention to discredit anyone, you all done amazing work in here and opened doors for many many models.
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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by hermit » 19 Jun 2017, 13:07

clickclickdoh wrote:
19 Jun 2017, 03:36
... but I hope everyone will forgive me for also sending Davison AAF and FL ARNG Co B 2-151 packages to the Hangar so there are more UH-72s to play with.
Hilarious, as if anyone here is going to complain. :D

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Re: UH-72A Lakota

Post by JohnTenn » 19 Jun 2017, 18:33

Thanks for the scenery files John.

Not to worry, I have done the same on occasion and did not even have an excuse.

John

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