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Inspired by "Ghost" Scheme on Russian Su-57, dabbed with Saab 35 Draken's silhouette, my submission is a fictional Aggressor Squadron livery for the Red Sweden in alternate history. All designs including new icons & emblems created from scratch, will make Viggen resemble a contemporary Russian fighter in a simulated dogfight.

Please download from here

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My rendition of SE-DXN, new metal - Corrected for SAAB's unique aluminum finish.  Added some missing Parts like Right Side Nose panel, TILS antenna, Underwing RWR Antenna, corrected Aft slime lights, new Exhaust Roughmets, and new SPECS throughout.  Corrected panels, Flight Suit, Helmet.  Custom Drop Tank -*** .json File must be renamed or Deleted in order to enable correct SPEC functionality for the drop tank.***

 

 

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Cheers,

 

Rick

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JA-37 Viggen BuNo: 37410
 

This Viggen is special because it conducted the final flyout of the Viggen in 2007.

It recieved a rather striking livery with a red tail and the Units Emblem, a horseback archer.

Viggen 37410 survived and is on display in the Österlen Flygmuseum.

 

I would like to dedicate this skin to a very dear friend, by making him the pilot of this plane.

Thank you for everything.

Edit: edited the pylons

 

Livery link: https://mega.nz/file/QmYlBK4Z#IBO790xOt3uVVFzfd5RkWNpZoWV5Owu1PBqFrBiiWiQ

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We all know the fact that the US and many other nations operate "Aggressor" Squadrons. Squadrons meant to train pilots in the art of air combat, many of these squadrons sport unique paintjobs similar to, or direct copies of those worn by a possible or current enemy nation. Now i don't believe there were any such any aggressor squadrons for the Swedish airforce, but what if they did have an aggressor squadron?

This livery is what they maybe would've looked like they're based off a MiG-23 livery used around the 70-80s, the same era as a Viggen. anyway enough blabbing here are some pictures.

these are the ones requested, 

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and then here are some extra beauty shots, (warning: some of these use Reshade) 

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here's the link to the livery: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12xTGobBm52cQshKuqIBIDktAFhcyvXjz/view?usp=sharing 

if there's anything missing please let me know! 

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Posting the screenshots so they are at least in, files will be provided directly to HB, and when I'm happy with final changes added to user files.

 

Presenting almost a year's worth of work:

 

VF-201 The Hunter's final CAG jet ca. 1998, just prior to their transition to the F/A-18A Hornet

 

VF-201 was one of the two Atlantic US Naval Air Reserve squadrons, which operated the F-14A Tomcat from 1986 to 1999 when they transitioned to the F/A-14A Hornet. While they never deployed to combat with Tomcats, the Hunters deployed to Iraq in 2003 and demonstrated exactly why the Navy kept reserve squadrons. The Hunters excelled with experienced fleet pilots, and after some time getting their sea legs, their reservist maintainers and support personnel had their jets in high working order, putting warheads on foreheads.

 

Of note, the Hunters had been home to two Mig killers: CDR Lawrence "Music" Muczynski of the 1981 shootdown of two Libyan Fitters, and CDR Herman Cook III from VF-32 in the 1989 shootdown of two Libyan Mig-23s.

 

And, notable for us DCS folks, our own @Victory205!

 

BuNO 160390, a Block 95 jet that came over from VF-14 in the last year VF-201 operated Tomcats. It's an older jet lacking the Block 135 upgrades the rest of the squadron had, missing the RWR blisters under the glove vanes and a number of other features.

 

Photos of the jet in detail were very difficult to find, many art prints and model decals were inaccurate and photos of the jet spanned different times throughout the year of paint wear, grime, and other changes. I've done my best to enhance photos, ask squadron members, and fill in the gaps from grainy pics here and there to have the best representation possible of their last CAG jet, which really was the only colorful jet they had aside from the original two late hi-vis Block 140s.

 

Many changes to the base textures have been made to remove features only present on B and D model Tomcats, particularly around the engine nacelles. Most stencils were redone to match photographs, and some additions were made courtesy of YaeSakura and his masks/roughmets/normals to correct the shape of the leading edge reinforcements on the vertical and horizontal stabilizers.

 

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Mothballed at Davis-Monthan:

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Thank you all for your wonderful contributions! I am impressed by all submissions, we all are, and the choice will not be an easy one!
Thank you for your creativity and for your hard work, making these beautiful liveries!
Whether or not yours will be chosen to be added to the module - your contribution made the community richer for even more liveries and I would already like to thank you for that.

The Winners will be announced in the next couple weeks.

 

The competition is now officially closed.


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