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CFS2 Folded Wings Pack (4.19MB). This is seven of the stock CFS2 aircraft with their wings in the folded position for use on carrier decks or as static scenery. Each aircraft comes in three versions. Wings Folded with engine off. Wings folded with engine on, and a static version of the aircraft with the wings un-folded and the engine on. Getting them on aircraft carrier decks is your problem. By: B24Guy.

German Battleship Bismarck CFS2 Ships v0.25 (26.3MB). Includes the most comprehensive collection of ships for CFS2 ever assembled and ships required by the various missions found on the CFS2 Campaigns/Missions page. Automatically adds the ships to the "descrip.dat" file and the "mdlnames.txt" file so that the ships can be used in creating new missions using the CFS2 Mission Builder. Includes the German battleships Bismarck and Tirpitz, two German destroyers, two German U-Boats, the USS Atlanta light cruiser, an Arleigh Burke class destroyer, the HMS Argus aircraft carrier, the HMS Ark Royal aircraft carrier, the HMS Attacker aircraft carrier, a Los Angeles Class SSN, a Sacramento class supply ship, a USS Brooklyn class light cruiser, a Langley class aircraft carrier, the USS Colorado class battleship, the USS Nevada class battleship, a USS Omaha class light cruiser, the USS Pennsylvania class battleship, the USS St. Louis (modified Brooklyn) light cruiser, the USS Tennessee class battleship, the USS Florida class battleship, the IJN Akagi aircraft carrier, a Ticonderoga class cruiser, the USS Bogue class escort carrier, the USS Midway class aircraft carrier and the USS Stennis Nimitz class carrier. By: Various.

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CFS2 The Nest Scenery Add-On (137KB). Fictitious mountainous range located near an ocean front. By: Unknown. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished. Scenery Object Density should be set to AT LEAST "Very Dense" ("Extremely Dense" is preferable).

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CFS2 DD's Dump Scenery Add-On (279KB). DD's Dump is a complex airfield with double runways that cross in an X pattern. What makes this base so unique is the difficult approaches. The approaches are cut into the mountain. You can approach from the North, South, East or West, each with their own unique properties and difficulty level. For the beginner, the approach from the West is the easiest. By: 526th_Fireman. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished. Scenery Object Density should be set to AT LEAST "Very Dense" ("Extremely Dense" is preferable).

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CFS2 Fireman's SlotAB Scenery Add-On (264KB). Another great mountainous scenery add-on with treacherous approaches. By: Unknown.

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CFS2 Joint Operations Pacific Base Scenery Add-On (2.63MB). The Joint Operations Pacific Training base is located southeast of Guadalcanal on San Cristobal Island in the Solomon chain. It is not a World War II era airfield because the nature of Joint Operations Virtual Flight School requires a little different set up. Out of the ordinary teaching aids are integrated into this scenery. Also the airfield itself is set up more like a drill field for cadets than an airfield. This was intentional as were many things that got put in the scenery, and the many things that got left out. This entire scenery was built to provide as many different flying situations as possible for the students and instructors to use. There are three sceneries in this package. There is the main training base located on the west end of the island. It has one main runway, complete with landing and taxiway lights and complete ILS with 3.5 degree glide slope and VASI equipment. There are also two shorter auxiliary runways. One has a pylon course on the approach, the other has 3.5 degree glide slope approach "boxes" to fly through to practice landings. The scenery object density setting must be on "dense" for these to show up. The main pad/ramp area has numbered hangers on each side for the student pilots, with instructor hangers at the west end and a refuel area on the east. About 10 miles to the southeast there is a gunnery range with a bombed out building for strafing runs and a landable aircraft carrier nearby that also makes a good target. The hangers, control tower, water tower, radar tower, oil tanks, aircraft carrier and gunnery range building all have crash detect enabled. The second scenery is the mountain airstrip located on the east end of the island. There are racing gates starting on the north shore (look for the pillbox on the beach) which runs through a canyon creek bed, leading to the airstrip. Again, the scenery object density must be set to "dense" to see the racing gates. There are two runways, one which has an easy approach, the other is situated between steep mountains. Extremely difficult approach and even more difficult take offs! Bush flying at it's best. The third scenery is an emergency landing strip on a small atoll north of the main island. There are American and Japanese ships on opposite sides of the island. They are crash detect enabled and are for student pilot "search and destroy" missions. By: David "Dave" Sumners.

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CFS2 Black Sheep Squadron Scenery Add-On (344KB). Representation of the airfield flown by the 214th Black Sheep Squadron. By: Golfshaper. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished.

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CFS2 The Pearl Harbor Project Scenery (2.23MB). An attempt by the PHP Team to recreate the scenery and environment found on Oahu on December 7th, 1941. By: The PHP Team. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished. You will also need to download the CFS2 Ships in order for the scenery to work properly.

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CFS2 Europe Scenery Add-On Release 1, 2, & 3 (9.72MB). Adds airfields to the entire United Kingdom, Great Britain, Ireland, Scotland, Shetland Isles, Orkney Isles, Sicily, Isle of Man, and Jersey. Also adds all major highways, rivers and lakes in this region. Now fly your favorite CFS1-style scenery in CFS2! Set scenery to AT LEAST "Dense" settings. By: Steve McClelland. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished.

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CFS2 Kenley Scenery Add-On (4.05MB). Kenley was originally the only RAF airfield in the county of Surrey, and was perched at over 500 ft. on the top of the North Downs in between the towns of Kenley and Coulsdon. During the Battle of Britain it was extensively bombed and many of the original buildings from the RAF's modernization period of the 1930's were destroyed. Rebuilt, Kenley saw active service until it was realized that it was far too small to be used effectively as a fighter station so after the D-Day landings the last operational squadrons were moved out and it came under the control of the Biggin Hill sector. It was used for a time by a disarmament unit dealing with captured war material. By: Daniel Hamblin. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished.

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CFS2 RAF Manston Scenery Add-On (2.24MB). Initially a grass airfield during the Battle of Britain in which it was heavily bombed Manston became the home of many aircraft types and units. Typhoons carried raids out raids in northern Europe and supported the Dieppe and D-Day landings, Manston based Swordfish carried out the attacks on the Scharnhorst/Gneisenau/Prinz Eugen during the channel dash. The first Gloster Meteor jet units where also based here in 1944. Manston also became an emergency landing and repair field receiving bombers from the RAF and USAAF limping home after being damaged in missions, local farmers are still plowing up bits of Lancaster and Liberator to this day especially around the loop at the western end of the runway where many planes were scrapped after being declared to badly damaged to be repaired. By: Ian Elliot. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished.

CFS2 Hawaiian Carriers Scenery Add-On (2.95MB). One of the major drawbacks of CFS2 is that the major new feature (the Carriers) is only available in a mission context. This means you are unable to use carriers in Free Flight or Quick Combat and can only use them in online multiplayer by creating a multiplayer mission that includes a Carrier. The only "landable" carriers available in previous flight sims were the "static" or "scenery" type where a visual model of the carrier would be created and various bits of coding done to create a raised, hardened area corresponding with the visual "deck" of a carrier. This method can still be made to work in CFS2, and can provide a solution that will work all the time (in Free Flight, Quick Combat, Missions and online Multiplayer). All that is required for online use is that all participants have the same scenery files installed on their machine (as was always the case with CFS1 with the Ark Royal, etc., scenery). The drawbacks of doing them as "scenery" are mainly that they are not destroyable, they don't move and there is no way to use an aircraft's tail-hook to help in your landings. That aside they work pretty well. This scenery will add three aircraft carrier battle groups to the CFS2 scenery library, two American and one Japanese. All three carrier groups are located near the Hawaiian Islands, and use completely "stock" CFS2 scenery files. All of the carriers are landable and can be selected from the airfield drop down menu. Each includes Multiplayer repair, refueling and re-arming of damaged planes as well as Free Flight and Quick Combat refueling. The scenery will appear as "HI Enterprise", "HI Essex", etc., from the runway drop down menu. By: Martin Wright. NOTE: The Carriers (the inland Essex especially) are affected by the DEM Density setting in CFS2. It is recommended that you have this set to AT LEAST "Very dense" ("Extremely Dense" is best) to avoid the carrier and the landable surface area getting out of alignment with each other. Note that setting the density level to "Very Dense" or "Extremely Dense" may have an effect on your frame rates, particularly if you have a slower computer  or are on a 56K dial-up connection to the Internet. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished.

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CFS2 231st Canyon Scenery Add-On.v2.0 (239KB). Perfect for hiding and ambush. Contains three airfields, and is excellent for helicopter takeoffs and landings. By: 231_AIRCAV_USN. NOTE: This scenery is affected by the DEM Density setting in CFS2. It is recommended that you have this set to AT LEAST "Very dense" ("Extremely Dense" is best).

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CFS2 USS Kitty Hawk (318KB). Modern US Navy Carrier Battle Group (CBG) including support ships, cruisers and destroyers. Features animated deck personnel and working catapult blast doors. Great for modern jet carrier landings and take offs. By: Toshio Unuki. NOTE: Scenery was originally designed for FS2000, and therefore the wakes created by the ships are not perfect and may seem a little "off".

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CFS2 World Alliance Air Bases Scenery Add-On (2.58MB). The “World Alliance Bases” series are a fictitious group of modern airbases for CFS2 that includes:

Brigand Air Base. A small tropical airstrip used primarily for Helicopter operations. Accessible by plane and ship it features nit lighting, a long runway, two helo pads, refueling, static Huey Camo 212's and Huey 406 helos. Even a couple of launches out in the bay. Click here to view a photo.

Koslov Air Base. Koslov airstrip located in frozen, Northern Europe. Left over after the demise of the USSR. Manned by remnants of the Soviet Military and other World Alliance members A small secure airstrip primarily used for first alert defense. Features two underground missile silos, one long runway, two large open hangers, refueling, static MiG-29's, British made Chinook transport helos, and German made tanks with anti-aircraft. Click here to view a photo.

Meadows Air Base. A large older airstrip located in the forest area of New Guinea, between the mountains and the coast. Used during WWII , upgraded and maintained by the World Alliance. Features two long runways, 2 large hanger areas for big aircraft,  One secured hanger area for government envoys, large hanger area for helo operations, refueling, one static C-130 Coast Guard transport and one KC-135 tanker. Click here to view a photo.

Sanders Air Base. A small British desert airstrip located on the coast of Northern Africa. Used as a waypoint for missions into foreign soil. Features a long runway, partially underground bunkers, large open hangers, two helo pads, refueling, security lights, static RAF Harriers, Jaguars, and a C-130 RAF Hercules transport. Click here to view a photo.

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CFS2 AB-Wiesbaden Airfield Scenery Add-On (0.98MB). Wiesbaden Airfield, Germany is a German airfield situated at N50*08.21, E08 23.38, at an altitude of 835ft. I made this scenery because there simply isn't a lot of German airfields for CFS2 out there. The runways are simple, with a few tress here and there, and also includes several static aircraft parked in front of hangars (see photo). The scenery will appear as "Wiesbaden" in the airfield drop-down menu. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: You have to "add" this scenery to the CFS2 Scenery Library in order to get this scenery to work properly in Combat© Flight Simulator 2. Click here to see a brief tutorial on how this is accomplished. You must also download and install the CFS2 Airport, ASD and VOD Texture set and the CFS2 Scenery Textures Collection to ensure that you have all required texture files. NOTE: Scenery Object Density should be set to AT LEAST "Very Dense" ("Extremely Dense" is preferable).

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