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U.S. Navy NATOPS F-14 Tomcat Flight Manuals (yeah it is D)

 

https://publicintelligence.net/u-s-navy-natops-f-14-tomcat-flight-manuals/

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Nice, lets get some time, anda read.

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Not to thrilled about Avialogs. I had hoarded quite a few manuals before that site appeared and uploaded/shared a few to them before they were a pay site.

 

They collected the manuals from everyone and then went pay to download. I can see site maintenance but it should be 14.99 a year at most. Usually I focus on a different aircraft so all I need is 1 or 2 full manuals evey once and a while, not going to pay 14 dollars to get a few odds and ends. Subsim seems to do okay on subscriptions and it doesnt cost that much per year. (I could be wrong)

 

Thanks for the links, I have made such a mess of my hard drive storage I have no idea what I have for manuals these days, lol. Dam HD's are like messy closets I need to sort them out.


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It's a manual for a late F-14B variant anyway (manual is from 2001 IIRC) with the DFCS system. I don't really expect LN to model this variant (it has too many differences compared to the base F-14A they intend to do that it would warrant a separate module IMHO). I'd expect them to model the early F-14B (which was basically just an A with a different engine and RWR system only AFAIK).


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It's a manual for a late F-14B variant anyway (manual is from 2001 IIRC) with the DFCS system. I don't really expect LN to model this variant (it has too many differences compared to the base F-14A they intend to do that it would warrant a separate module IMHO). I'd expect them to model the early F-14B (which was basically just an A with a different engine and RWR system only AFAIK).

 

F-14A is frist got DFCS。

 

later F-14A RWR same as F-14B:

 

I like F-14B have EGI and JDAM

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