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MISCELLANEOUS AIRCRAFT:

CFS1 Flyable Lockheed P-38 Lightning (2.22MB). This will add a "flyable" version of the stock P-38 Lightning. Includes new panel, sound files and textures. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

 

 

AMERICAN AIRCRAFT:

Bell AB-P-39F Airacobra (2.14MB). The Bell P-39 Airacobra was one of the principal American fighter aircraft in service at the start of World War II. Although its mid-engine placement was innovative, the P-39 design was handicapped by the lack of an efficient turbo-supercharger, limiting it to low-altitude work. The P-39 was used with great success by the Soviet Air Force, who scored the highest number of individual kills attributed to any U.S. fighter type. The P-39F (Bell Model 15B) was the next production version of the Airacobra after the P-39D. It was almost identical to the P-39D, but had an Aeroproducts constant-speed propeller in place of the original Curtiss-Electric, because the Curtiss-Electric propellers could not be delivered in sufficient quantities. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: If you downloaded this aircraft on 03/07/2010 and got the error message that the "visual model cannot be displayed", please download and install this new version. You must delete any previous version of the aircraft before installing his new version. Simply delete the "Ab_P39f" folder found within the "Aircraft" sub-folder of CFS1, loacated here:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games\Combat Flight Simulator\Aircraft\Ab_P39f

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Boeing AB-B-17F Flying Fortress (7.67MB). One of the most famous combat aircraft and almost certainly the most famous bomber ever built. The aircraft served in every World War II combat zone, but is best known for daylight strategic bombing of German industrial targets in Europe. Includes customized panel and sound files. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings Chance Vought AB-F-4U-1A "Lulubelle" (2.23MB). Representation of the aircraft flown by Major Greg "Pappy" Boyington of the 214th "Black Sheep" Squadron.. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Four .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Chance Vought AB-F-4U-5 Corsair (2.42MB). Known to the Japanese as "Whistling Death", due to the whining noise it made in a dive, the Corsair was in production longer than any other U.S. fighter in World II. It was also credited with an 11:1 ratio of kills-to-losses. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Consolidated AB-B-24J Liberator (4.50MB). The Consolidated B-24 was employed in operations in every combat theater during the war. Because of its great range, it was particularly suited for long over-water missions in the Pacific Theater. More than 18,000 Liberators were produced. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Curtiss AB-P-40B Warhawk (5.76MB). The Curtiss P-40 fighter, which first flew in October 1938, came into being by modifying a radial engine P-36 "Mohawk" airframe to accept the new in-line Allison engine, resulting in a great saving of time and money. Representation of the type of aircraft flown in the movie "Pearl Harbor". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Grumman AB-F4F-3 Wildcat (4.15MB). The Grumman F4F was the primary Navy and Marine Corps fighter during the first year and a half of World War II. Though the stubby little F4F could not equal the speed and maneuverability of its Japanese counterpart, the "Zero", its rugged construction and superior armament, coupled with well-trained pilots and good tactics, ensured that it generally gave at least "as good as it got" during the crisis months of 1942. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Grumman AB-F-6F3 Hellcat (2.74MB). Simple, rugged, deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the so-called Grumman Iron Works. It was a larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful refinement of Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. Includes new textures and sound files. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings Grumman AB-F-6F5 Hellcat (2.62MB). Simple, rugged, deadly, yet easy to fly, the Hellcat was another product of the so-called Grumman Iron Works. It was a larger, heavier, faster, and more powerful refinement of Grumman's F4F Wildcat, and the first American fighter to exceed the performance of the Mitsubishi Zero. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Four .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Grumman AB-F8F-2 Bearcat (2.07MB). Last of the line of piston-engine carrier-based fighters by Grumman, the F8F Bearcat was designed to replace the F6F Hellcat, capable of operation from aircraft carriers of all sizes, and to serve primarily as an interceptor fighter. It was a role which demanded excellent maneuverability, good low-level performance and a high rate of climb. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Lockheed AB-P-38J Lightning (2.83MB). The P-38 Lightning holds the distinction of destroying more Japanese aircraft during World War II than any other Allied aircraft. The concentration of firepower in the nose was so great that the P-38 could destroy an enemy aircraft with a ONE SECOND burst from its guns. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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North American AB-B-25H Mitchell (3.86MB). The B-25H differed from the G primarily in having a much more powerful armament suite. A lighter-weight 75-mm T13E1 cannon was fitted in the nose tunnel. The nose was fitted with four fixed 0.50-inch machine guns instead of two. A pair of 0.50-inch machine guns were installed in individual blisters on the right hand side of the fuselage, and two flexible machine guns were provided at the waist stations. In addition, two 0.50-inch machine guns were installed in an armored Bell M-7 turret in the extreme tail. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings North American AB-P-51B Mustang (3.71MB). Representation of an aircraft type flown by the 354th Fighter Squadron, April 1944. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings North American AB-P-51D Mustang (5.53MB). Considered the greatest fighter of World War II, the P-51 was originally designed as a high-altitude escort for B-17's and B-24's. They scored heavily over German interceptors and by war's end had destroyed more enemy aircraft than any other fighter in Europe. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings Armament: Six .50 caliber Browning machine guns mounted on the wings North American AB-P-51H Mustang (3.44MB). The "H" model was the fastest of the Mustangs to be produced, and is considered, along with the Republic P-47M Thunderbolt, to be THE FASTEST propeller-driven aircraft of World War II. Includes a special repaint of the AB-P-51H Mustang, the AB-P-51H "Vampire". By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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North American AB-P-51K Mustang (4.23MB). This version of the Mustang was used near the end of World War II by various fighter escort wings, including the Tuskegee Airmen, and was also used extensively in the Korean War. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Republic AB-P-47M "Marvelous Moe II" Thunderbolt (3.21MB). The P-47M holds the distinction of being the fastest propeller-driven aircraft of World War II. Unlike other aircraft powered by liquid-cooled engines, the P-47M can take many hits and keep running, providing significant pilot protection. And the eight big Browning .50 calibers spew a torrent of fire. Complete re-work including new model file and textures. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Supermarine AB-Spiteful F Mk XIVc (USAF) (1.34MB). The Supermarine Spiteful F Mk XIVc was perhaps the ultimate development of the Spitfire design, utilizing the all-round vision cockpit canopy, a five-bladed propeller, six Hispano Mk II .20mm cannons, laminar flow wings, and a new Rolls-Royce Griffon 69 engine rated at 2,375hp. Only 10 were built, and of these 4 were flown in combat. The end of World War II, as well as the advent of the jet fighter, terminated plans for the use of the Spiteful. Fictitious representation of a USAF Spiteful F Mk XIVc. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Supermarine AB-Spitfire Mk Vc (USAF) (1.70MB). Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vc of the 334th Fighter Squadron, 4th Fighter Group , 8th Air Force USAF, operating out of Debden in late 1943. The "C" differs from the "B" model in that it used six 20mm cannons instead of the two 13mm and two 20mm (which was typical armament in the "B" model). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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BRITISH AIRCRAFT:

Hawker AB-Hurricane Mk I (577KB). The Hurricane served with distinction during the Battle Of Britain. Slower than the Spitfire and the Messerschmitt Me 109, it could easily out maneuver any aircraft of the day, and was a better gun platform than the Spitfire. So much so that it is credited with HALF of the TOTAL kills recorded by the RAF in the first year of World War II. It was also later discovered that Hurricanes shot down more enemy aircraft than all other air defenses, including the Spitfire and anti-aircraft guns, COMBINED. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker. NOTE: This aircraft is simply a "repaint" of the "stock" Hurricane Mk I, and can be used in restricted games on the MSN Gaming Zone.

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Armament: Twelve Browning .303 machine guns mounted on the wings Hawker AB-Hurricane Mk IIB (1.09MB). The Hurricane served with distinction during the Battle Of Britain. Although often over-shadowed by the Spitfire, it is credited with half the kills in the first year of World War II. Developed after the Battle Of Britain, the Mk IIb differs from the original Mk I in that it is armed with either 8 or 12 .303 machine guns. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Four Hispano MkII .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Hawker AB-Hurricane Mk IIc (998KB). The Hurricane served with distinction during the Battle Of Britain. Although often over-shadowed by the Spitfire, it is credited with half the kills in the first year of World War II. Developed after the Battle Of Britain, the Mk IIc differs from the original Mk I and Mk IIb in that it has four .20mm Hispano Mk II cannons and a more powerful Merlin XX engine. There were more Mk IIc versions of the Hurricane produced than all other variants combined. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two Vickers .20mm cannons and two .303 machine guns mounted on the wings Hawker AB-Hurricane Mk IId (1.01MB). The Hawker Hurricane served with distinction during the Battle Of Britain. Although often over-shadowed by the Spitfire, it is credited with half the kills in the first year of World War II. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Hawker AB-Tempest Mk V (4.91MB). Considered by many to be the finest piston-engine aircraft ever developed in World War II, the Hawker Tempest was the most technically advanced allied piston engine fighter of World War II...Derived from the Hawker Typhoon, its laminar wings gave him very high speed and exceptional maneuverability at high speed. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Supermarine AB-Spiteful F Mk XIV (2.30MB). Conceived as the successor to the Spitfire, the Spiteful F Mk XIV was perhaps the ultimate development of the Spitfire design. Only 19 were built; of these 16 were flown and saw combat. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Supermarine AB-Spitfire Mk IIA (2.85MB). Representation of the type of aircraft flown by the RAF during the Battle of Britain, 1940. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Four Browning .50 caliber machine guns and two Vickers .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Supermarine AB-Spitfire Mk VII (2.69MB). Easy to handle, quickly airborne, and providing outstanding maneuverability, the combination of speed and firepower made the Spitfire a deadly machine. Designed primarily for "home defense", its range was limited. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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GERMAN AIRCRAFT:

Armament: Two .13mm cannons mounted on the nose cowling and four .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190A-4 Hannes (836KB). Considered Germany's "other iron in the fire" as far as the Luftwaffe was concerned. At the time, the Bf 109 was the primary German fighter, and had proven itself quite capable, until the Battle of Britain. Virtually un-catchable with sufficient altitude, the 190A-4 can strike and leave almost at will, with the Spitfire Mk V's it fought left in the dust behind it. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two .13mm cannons mounted on the nose cowling and four .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190A-8 (850KB). With it's large power reserves the Focke-Wulf could pull quite a load; accordingly it was fitted with the most dangerous gun combination available on any mainline fighter - four 20mm cannon and two 13mm machine guns was a typical configuration. It was the first almost entirely electric fighter, making it resistant to the very common hydraulic failures that plagued damaged planes (electrical lines are tougher than hydraulic, and smaller). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190A-9 (3.19MB). This is the bomber interceptor version of the Fw 190A-8, armed with two 13mm machine guns mounted over the engine, two 20mm cannon mounted on the wings and four 20mm cannons on wing-mounted weapon pods. Heavier and less maneuverable than the Fw 190A-8, this aircraft typically flew with an escort. Fictitious aircraft representation of the 5./Jg300, Löbnitz, November, 1944. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 20-mm MG 151 cannon in the wing and two 13-mm MG 131 machine guns in the cowling Focke-Wulf AB-Fw 190D-9 (1.01MB). Fielded in August 1944, the D-9 variant of the Fw 190 series was one of the finest and fastest piston-engine fighters ever built. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Horten AB-Ho-229A-1 "Flying Wing" (1.79MB). The Horten Ho-229A-1 Flying Wing was one of the "secret weapons" of the German Luftwaffe in World War II. Prototypes were finished and flew at the end of the war, but the Ho-229 was never brought into action. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Junkers AB-Ju 87B-2 (6.02MB). The Stuka caused terror to civilians and soldiers during the "Blitzkrieg", and was also an efficient armor vehicle killer. Many different versions were manufactured from 1937 to the end of the second world war. This particular aircraft is representative of the type used by the Luftwaffe Eastern Europe in 1941. Includes the infamous "siren" sound produced by the aircraft when in a dive. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 13mm and two 20mm cannons mounted on the wings Luftwaffe AB-Hurricane Mk I (1.84MB). Hawker Hurricane Mk I captured by the Luftwaffe in 1941 and deployed in Paris, France for defense against the D-Day invasion in June, 1944. The armament was upgraded to include two 13mm and two 20mm cannons mounted in the wings in place of the standard Browning .303 machine guns. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Six 20mm cannon mounted on the wings Luftwaffe AB-Spitfire Mk V (378KB). Supermarine Spitfire Mk V captured by the Luftwaffe in the Fall of 1942. The Germans added a Daimler-Benz DB 605 D engine with a whopping 2,000hp! The new engine "stretched" the nose of the plane, making it look very similar to the Messerschmitt Bf 109G. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109E-4 (1.24MB). "Emil" was a nickname given to the E version of the Bf 109. This version was a first truly mass-produced variant of the Messerschmitt's fighter. The E-4 was a result of combat experience in Western Europe during Spring of 1940, and included increased steel armor protection for the pilot and a modified "square" canopy with an armored windscreen. The Bf 109 is credited with more air victories than any other fighter in the history of aerial warfare. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 13mm cannons mounted in cowling and two 20mm cannons on the wings Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109F-2s (874KB). Representation of a Bf 109F-2 flown by Adolph Galland of the Groppe I/JG26, December 5th, 1941. Galland had always felt that the shortcoming of the Bf 109 was its lack of firepower, so he had his own engineers remove the 7.7mm machine guns mounted above the nose with two 13mm cannons. He also had them add two 20mm cannons in the wings, hence the "s" designation as a experimental aircraft. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 7.9mm machine guns mounted in cowling and two 20mm cannons on the wings Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109G "Hartmann" (3.14MB). Representation of an aircraft flown by the Luftwaffe Ace Eric Hartmann (352 kills) in the winter of 1942. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109G6/R6 (1.13MB). Germany's efforts to increase the anti-bomber capability of her fighters resulted in many an interesting addition to their planes, and the Bf 109G6/R6 represents one such change. It is a stock Bf 109G6 with two additional MG 151/20 cannon mounted one under each wing. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Two 13mm cannons mounted above cowling and one 30mm cannons mounted through the propeller hub Messerschmitt AB-Bf 109G-10AS (1.22MB). Considered the fastest (450 mph) Bf 109's to be produced. The increase in engine power allowed this aircraft to be the first to able to equal the performance of the British Spitfires and Hurricanes in a turn and dive. Reworked the model and .air file for better performance, and updated panel and textures to make it easier to repaint the aircraft. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Messerschmitt AB-Bf 110 (2.36MB). The Bf 110 was the result of a certain way of thinking from before the war. During the period of 1934 - 1939 a lot of countries adopted the doctrine of the "Heavy Fighter". The Messerschmitt BF 110 was an all-metal twin-engine aircraft, with a three crew housed in a long enclosed cockpit. Known in Germany as the "Zerstörer" (Destroyer), it was too heavy to compete with single engine fighters of the day, and too light to use as a bomber. As a result, it served as a bomber escort for most of the war. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Messerschmitt AB-Bf 110C (2.74MB). The Bf 110C was the first version of the Bf 110 to be equipped with Daimler Benz engines. The basic problem faced by the Bf 110 was that it could not perform its job as a bomber escort against modern fighters. In earlier campaigns that weakness had been concealed, either by the lack of such opponents in Poland and Norway, or by the speed of the German advance in France, which disrupted the British and French air effort. It was only over Britain that the Bf 110 came up against a determined enemy equipped with modern fighters, and it simply could not cope. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Armament: Four Rheinmetal-Borsing Mk108 30mm cannons mounted on the nose Messerschmitt AB-Me-262A-1A (1.60MB). The Messerschmitt Me 262 was the first jet powered fighter to be actively used in combat. The shark-like Me 262 pushed the envelope of fighter plane design and easily outclassed the conventional fighters of the day. Many features which became standard in later designs were first introduced on the Me 262. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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ITALIAN AIRCRAFT:

Armament: two 12.7mm Breda-SAFAT MG mounted above nose, two Mauser MG 151/20 20mm cannons mounted on the wings and one Mauser MG 151/20 20mm cannon running thru propeller hub Fiat AB-G.55-I Centauro (594KB). Considered the best single seat fighter produced by Italian industry during World War II. The G.55/I Centauro was an all-metal low-wing monoplane single-seat fighter designed by Giuseppe Gabrielli. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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JAPANESE AIRCRAFT:

Armament: Four .20mm cannons mounted on the wings Kawanishi AB-N1K2-J George (839KB). The Shiden-Kai was one of the best Japanese aircraft of World War II. Because of initial production problems, plus shortages of parts resulting from B-29 raids on the Japanese homeland, only 428 were produced. It did not have sufficient performance at altitude to make it an effective interceptor against B-29 raids, primarily due to engine development difficulties. Armed with four .20mm cannons, it simply proved to be too little too late. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Mitsubishi AB-A6M2-B Zero (1.21MB). Mitsubishi A6M2-B Zero Type 21 of the type of aircraft flown off of the aircraft carrier Akagi during the attack on Pearl Harbor, December 7th,1941. Thought to be "invincible", the Zero created a myth that few aircraft have obtained before or since. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Mitsubishi AB-A6M2-3 Zero (3.05MB). Conceived as the replacement for the original A6M2 Zero, production problems and the shortage of raw materials kept the A6M2-3 from going into full production. The concept was used, however, to eventually develop the A6M5 Zero. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Mitsubishi AB-A6M8 Zero (2.65MB). The A6M8 was the last production model of the famous Zero, July, 1945. Only two were ever built, as the war ended before it could enter service with the Imperial Japanese Navy (IJN). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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SOVIET AIRCRAFT:

Lavochkin AB-La-5FN (826KB). The La-5FN entered service in 1942, and was superior to the German fighters at low and medium altitudes. The La-5FN introduced metal wing spars and reduced fuel capacity for weight saving, a higher rated version of Shvetsov engine and wing slats to improve combat maneuverability. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Lavochkin AB-La-7 (1.00MB). The La-7 was by far the most outstanding radial engine fighter in the Soviet Air Force during World War II. Together with the Yak-3, Yak-9U and the Yak-9P, it was superior to the Fw 190's and the Me 109G-10 operating on the Eastern Front. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Lavochkin AB-LaGG-3 (807KB). The predecessor of the La-5 and La-7, the Lavochkin LaGG-3 entered service in the early months of 1941 and was rapidly produced until mid-1942. Despite being generally rated as underpowered and not highly maneuverable, the LAGG-3 proved to be a durable and reliable fighter. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Polikarpov AB-I-16 (775KB). When the tiny I-16 flew for the first time in December 1933, it was far ahead of any other fighter design in the world, featuring retractable landing gear, a cantilever wing and variable pitch propeller. Although not among the best remembered aircraft of the thirties, it was nevertheless a very able and rugged machine and featured prominently in the events of the time. The outstanding maneuverability, firepower and rate of climb, surprised the enemy leading to the opposition nickname of "Rata" (Rat). By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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Yakovlev AB-Yak-9U (601KB). The Yak-9 was originally a development of the Yak-7 fighter of 1941, and the first prototype of the 9U model took to the air in December, 1943. It came to be respected by the best Luftwaffe pilots flying Bf 109K's and Fw 190D's against it. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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WORLD WAR I AIRCRAFT:

AB-Fokker DR-1 (548KB). This particular Fokker is the aircraft in which Manfred von Richthofen was killed in on April 21st, 1918. Richthofen scored an amazing 80 victories within 18 months. His skill made him the most decorated highest ace there was in World War One. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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AB-Nieuport 24 (183KB). The Nieuport 24 was a successor of the highly successful French Nieuport N-17 fighter of World War I. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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AB-Pfalz D.XII (780KB). The Pfalz D.XII was the successor to the Pfalz D.IIIa series fighter. They were received into service in late summer of 1918. It was a sturdy, agile, and well designed fighter that nearly rivaled the famed Fokker D.VII in performance. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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AB-Roland D.VIb (323KB). The "klinkerrumpf" style of fuselage was a carry over from Roland’s earlier D.IVb triplane and gave good strength with an appreciable saving in weight. This method of construction consisted of the overlapping of slightly tapered strips of spruce which were wedge shaped in section. These were then glued and nailed to the basic fuselage longerons and formers to give the D.VIb its characteristic look. The aircraft's failing was it's inability to climb with aircraft like the Albatros D.V and Pfalz D.IIIa. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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AB-Spad XII (170KB). Representation of the "The Hat 'n Ring" victory scheme, and was flown by some of the pilots of the 94th Aero Squadron over occupied Germany in 1919. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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AB-Sopwith Snipe (212KB). Successor to the Sopwith Camel, the Snipe's structure was rather heavier, but much stronger, than earlier Sopwith fighters. Although not a fast aircraft for 1918, it was very maneuverable, and much easier to handle than the Camel, with a superior view from the cockpit - especially forwards and upwards. By: AB_Lt_Cmd_Riker.

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