Jump to content

Jack_Veil

Members
  • Posts

    18
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Jack_Veil

  1. Ok, ASAP I'll work on it! Thank you
  2. Hi to all!!! That's my last work for the mighty Blackbird Livery for VSN_YF12A v2.7.5.02 MOD Here the link for the Mod: https://filehorst.de/folder.php?key=duuqITUb YOU NEED FC3 ----------------------------------------------- SR-71A #61-7972 is on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA. From 1991 until September 2003, #972 was in storage at Washington Dulles International Airport in a building specifically constructed for this aircraft. There, it was under strict surveillance by National Air and Space Museum representatives, who regularly adjusted humidity levels to ensure the best possible preservation conditions. This aircraft is no doubt the best-looking of the remaining SR-71s, along with SR-71A #976. This aircraft holds many records that were set on 6 March 1990, when it was flown from Palmdale to Dulles in what was intended to be the last USAF flight of the SR-71. It also holds the New York to London record of 1 hour, 54 minutes, 56.4 seconds set in 1974. You may have noted the Skunk Works insignia on the rudders of #972. After SR-71A #955's last flight on 24 January 1985, #972 became the Palmdale test aircraft. This aircraft's assembly started 13 December 1965 and was rolled out on 15 September 1966. #972 first flew on 12 December 1966 and over the course of 23½ years, it flew for 2801.1 hours. Link for livery: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3318236/
  3. Hi to all!!! That's my last work for the mighty Blackbird Livery for VSN_YF12A v2.7.5.02 MOD Here the link for the Mod: https://filehorst.de/folder.php?key=duuqITUb YOU NEED FC3 ----------------------------------------------- SR-71A #61-7972 is on display at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center in Chantilly, VA. From 1991 until September 2003, #972 was in storage at Washington Dulles International Airport in a building specifically constructed for this aircraft. There, it was under strict surveillance by National Air and Space Museum representatives, who regularly adjusted humidity levels to ensure the best possible preservation conditions. This aircraft is no doubt the best-looking of the remaining SR-71s, along with SR-71A #976. This aircraft holds many records that were set on 6 March 1990, when it was flown from Palmdale to Dulles in what was intended to be the last USAF flight of the SR-71. It also holds the New York to London record of 1 hour, 54 minutes, 56.4 seconds set in 1974. You may have noted the Skunk Works insignia on the rudders of #972. After SR-71A #955's last flight on 24 January 1985, #972 became the Palmdale test aircraft. This aircraft's assembly started 13 December 1965 and was rolled out on 15 September 1966. #972 first flew on 12 December 1966 and over the course of 23½ years, it flew for 2801.1 hours. Link for livery: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3318236/
  4. You said that "Was ED trying to please the community at EVERY step... and the community poking them with pitch forks. At every step." So thats not a fact, thats ONLY your opinion.
  5. I'm so sorry,but I dont agree to this
  6. Always great NEWS for the VIPER!!!! Thx ED!!
  7. Totally agreed!! Personal Add: Meanwhile the Viper's update still motionless, they add mi24, apache and anything else. So, like Darkman222, I dont understand why ED would be surprised about the community's reaction the DCS F16s current state..
  8. AFTER F18, Hind, Mariana Islands, Apache and Black Shark 3
  9. I find understandable to publish a plane with half or less of the capabilities that it should have, meanwhile push forward to new things.. I mean, it will look much better if they finish the Hornet, then publish the Viper. If you had bought the Viper, you would probably understand. But if you only bought the Hornet, I understand that you don't understand this frustration.
  10. Viper's users, like me, obviously love the last huge amount of update to the F-16!!
  11. Thank you ED for the great news and continuos updates for the F16 Viper!!
  12. Ciao a tutti! In mancanza del Tornado su DCS Vi lascio il link per la livrea che ho adattato su F16C prendendo spunto da quella dei Tornado nell'Operazione Locusta durante la Guerra del Golfo. Fatemi sapere che ne pensate! Grazie!! https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3314527/
  13. On the Viper in 2023, maybe Meanwhile, we have the HyperHornet (Best Dogfighter Ever - Best Bomber Ever) and if you're flying the Viper and you're dogfight against it, the only thing that you can use to save your plane is speed, until your fuel is out. I'm just kidding
  14. So the F-16C Viper owners are B class customers than the F-18 Hornet owners are A class customers.. Sad, but true...
  15. Ciao a tutti! Vi lascio i links per le due livree, che ho ovviamente riadattato al meglio delle mie possibilità, per F16C Sono sostanzialmente un riarrangiamento delle livree presenti sugli RF/F104G del 3°Stormo 28°Gruppo di base a Verona-Villafranca molti anni fa. Fatemi sapere che ne pensate! Grazie!! Camo link: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3313156/ Strega link: https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3313427/ Screenshots:
  16. Hi to all, I'm Jack from Verona, Italy. This is my first post on this forum. These are the links to my fictional liveries for F-16C Viper. The liveries are adapted to F-16C in the best way that I can. They're the replicas to the original RF/F-104G based in Verona-Villafranca LIPX during the cold war. Hope that you enjoy! [UPDATE] New 1991 Gulf War Desert Storm/Op.Locusta!!! https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3313156/ https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3313427/ https://www.digitalcombatsimulator.com/it/files/3314527/
×
×
  • Create New...