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  1. #61
    04 mar, 11
    Vaca a que nivel vas? FL800 casi FLmoon?[

    Por cierto, buen "habión"

    Hardware:Thermaltake Armor Tower,Asus P5E3-WS-PRO, Intel Core 2 DUO E8500 Oc 4.27Ghz, Asus GTX570 DC2 (1280Mb),4096Mb DDR3 1797,1TB Seagate 7200rpm HDD+ Kingston 240gb HSS, PSU Thermaltake 850W
    Cooling:Thermaltake Frio Cpu 2fan X 12cm,Tower fans: 2 X 9cm + 2 X 12 cm
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

    Vuela siempre alto

  2. #62
    Usuario de Oro
    02 jun, 07
    Yo subi el A380 de Overland a FL460 o asi (sino recuerdo mal)

  3. #63
    Usuario Foroaviones
    02 mar, 10
    Lo q pasa es que la herramienta de wheelcam me permite una toma panoramica excepcional tanto que da la sensación visual de mayor altura como si tocaras la troposfera jejeje,es muy wapa la inmensidad del terreno ,sobre todo cuando te cruzas con el traffic ai..ayer por ej nos seguian dos f4 al airbus ,lastima de no sacar las fotos ..

  4. #64
    ASG está desconectado
    Usuario Foroaviones
    15 ene, 12
    Cita Iniciado por AAG Ver Mensaje
    Dejo unas fotos de una de mis libreas favoritas.
    767-300ER SBA.

    Final pista 30:

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    Aterrizando con rebote incluido:
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    Donde has pillao los efectos del agua?Y a JavierCL muchas gracias

  5. #65
    04 mar, 11
    No se si este os sonará por valencia....

    Pd. Es CLS 747-200F

    Hardware:Thermaltake Armor Tower,Asus P5E3-WS-PRO, Intel Core 2 DUO E8500 Oc 4.27Ghz, Asus GTX570 DC2 (1280Mb),4096Mb DDR3 1797,1TB Seagate 7200rpm HDD+ Kingston 240gb HSS, PSU Thermaltake 850W
    Cooling:Thermaltake Frio Cpu 2fan X 12cm,Tower fans: 2 X 9cm + 2 X 12 cm
    OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

    Vuela siempre alto

  6. #66
    Usuario Foroaviones
    31 ene, 11
    Muy interesante el WheelCam...no lo conocia.

    El esquema de Pronair era cuanto menos....colorista

    El esquema ultimo de Spanair esta listo para sentencia. FSX Ifly B700. Homenajeando al EC-JJD

    Esquema especial del Aviaco celebrando los 20 años de Linux. Diseño Final. FSX Ifly B800. matricula EC-LGO (que creo que no esta en uso) bautizado como 'Alejandro Malaspina'.

  7. #67
    AAG está desconectado
    Skyward. |тrιple 7| ✈
    30 ago, 10
    Cita Iniciado por ASG Ver Mensaje
    Donde has pillao los efectos del agua?Y a JavierCL muchas gracias
    Here !
    Zinertek lanza la última agua FX (FS2004) | Fly Away Español

    Me alegro que te haya gustado!
    I will fly 'til the end of my life!

    Aerospace Engineering, #Madrid

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  8. #68
    Aquí tenéis una de un intento de formación F-18 - S-3B.
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    El avión es un F-18C Hornet del VFA-105, los Gunslingers.

    Aquí tenéis info sacada de la wikipedia:

    Squadron Insignia and Nickname
    The first VA-105's insignia was approved by CNO on 2 March 1953, and consisted of a yellow winged red cannon and black bomb imposed on a yellow background. The squadron was known as the "Mad Dogs". The second VA-105's insignia was approved by the CNO on 20 September 1968, and has remained essentially unchanged. The squadron gained the nickname "105th Light Attack and Twilight Pursuit Squadron" during the Vietnam War. "Twilight Pursuit" was a tongue-in-cheek reference to the fact that squadron aircraft carried the air-air AIM-9 Sidewinder missile. The nickname became somewhat more formally accepted in the months leading up to the 1974-75 Mediterranean Cruise. Appearing on squadron patches, belt buckles, (stickers and lighters) proudly worn by officers and enlisted men alike, the moniker was heavily promoted by the squadron's A7E Corsair pilots. Most notable among that group were squadron CO CDR R.F. "Moon" Moreau, XO CDR J.E. Carpenter and pilots: LCDR Brodsky; LT J. Plant; LT J. Lubrano; LT W. "Farkle" Farquar; and LTJG B.B. Johnson. The current squadron often refers to itself as the "105th Strike Fighter and Twilight Pursuit Squadron".
    Two distinct squadrons have been designated VA-105. The first was decommissioned, and the second was later redesignated as VFA-105, the main subject of this article. Officially, the US Navy does not recognize a direct lineage with disestablished squadrons if a new squadron is formed with the same designation.[1] Often, the new squadron will assume the nickname, insignia, and traditions of the earlier squadrons.

    The first VA-105 was commissioned on May 1, 1952 at NAS Cecil Field flying the venerable AD-1 "Skyraider." The squadron changed home-base between NAS Jacksonville and Cecil several times during the '50s. In July– August 1958, the squadron flew close air support missions from USS Essex (CV-9) during the landing of U.S. Marines in Beirut, Lebanon. Aircraft from VA-105 were the first to be on station during the landings, and squadron aircraft flew road and border reconnaissance sorties. Several aircraft were damaged by ground fire on their reconnaissance missions, however all aircraft returned safely to Essex. In September 1958 when the Chinese communists began shelling the Quemoy Island group, Essex was ordered to transit the Suez Canal and report to the U.S. Seventh Fleet for duty in the Taiwan Straits. In November 1958, the squadron's mission was changed to training personnel in the AD-6 Skyraider. The squadron was decommissioned on 1 February 1959.

    The second Attack Squadron ONE HUNDRED FIVE (VA-105) was established on 1 November 1967 at Cecil Field, flying the new A-7A Corsair II. On 4 March 1968 the squadron completed A-7A training under VA-174 and became an operational Atlantic Fleet unit.

    The "Gunslingers" embarked on their first deployment to Southeast Asia aboard USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), participating in combat operations in the Gulf of Tonkin from January to October 1969. Following the shootdown of a Navy EC-121 by the North Koreans in April, Kitty Hawk was part of a continuing American presence being maintained off the coast of Korea.

    In Sep and October 1970 following the hijacking of several airliners by Palestinians, the outbreak of serious fighting in Jordan and the invasion of Jordan by Syria, USS Saratoga (CV-60), with VA-105 embarked, operated in the eastern Mediterranean, prepared to support an evacuation of Americans from Jordan and to show support for the Jordanian government.

    In June– December 1972, the squadron participated in Linebacker I and Linebacker II operations, heavy air strikes against targets in North Vietnam to interdict the flow of supplies into South Vietnam.

    In May 1973, the squadron upgraded to the A-7E.

    As of December 1979 the "Gunslingers" had two Western Pacific and six Mediterranean deployments to their credit.

    In June 1982 following the invasion of Lebanon by Israel, VA-105 operated from USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67) to support an evacuation of Americans.

    From July– December 1984, the squadron deployed to MCAS Iwakuni, assigned to MAG-12, 1st MAW. This was the first time a Navy squadron participated in the United States Marine Corps Unit Deployment Program (UDP) and the first Navy squadron since World War II to come under the command of a Marine Corps officer. While deployed with the Marines the squadron’s major mission was close air support.

    During the '80s, the Gunslingers completed eight overseas deployments, including six to the Med, and a 1983 around-the-world deployment 1990s

    VA-105 was redesignated Strike Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED FIVE (VFA-105) on 17 December 1990, as the squadron transitioned to the F/A-18C. The "Gunslingers" reported to CVW-3 aboard the USS John F. Kennedy on September 1, 1991. VFA-105 made their first Hornet cruise in October 1992. They returned from the Mediterranean in April 1993, and began workups for a deployment aboard the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower in October 1994. The squadron then started workups for a deployment aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt in October 1996. VFA-105 and the rest of CVW-3 deployed in 1998 in support of Operation Southern Watch and Operation Desert Fox onboard USS Enterprise.

    On November 28, 2000 VFA-105 embarked on the maiden deployment of USS Harry S. Truman to the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf in support of Operation Southern Watch (OSW). The Gunslingers deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom aboard Truman in 2003, operating from the Mediterranean Sea.

    VFA-105 became the first East Coast squadron to transition to the FA-18E Super Hornet in July 2006. In March 2007, VFA-105 became the first operational Navy strike fighter squadron to be commanded by a female when CDR Sara Joyner took command.
    Su comandante actual es el comandante Rob "Axle" Mathewson:
    Commander Robert W. Mathewson, Jr., is an Army brat born in Fort Sill, Oklahoma. He enlisted in the Navy's Nuclear Power Program as an Electrician's Mate after graduating High School in 1986. In 1987, he was selected for the Naval Academy Preparatory School Class of 1988. In 1992, he graduated and was commissioned from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science. Commander Mathewson was designated a Naval Aviator at NAS Meridian, MS, in April 1995.

    After completion of F-14A fleet replacement training in the VF-101 "Grim Reapers" at NAS Oceana, he reported for his first assignment with the VF-14 "TOPHATTERS". Commander Mathewson completed two deployments aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) and USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT (CVN 71) supporting Operations SOUTHERN WATCH and ALLIED FORCE/NOBLE ANVIL. He was selected to attend the U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN) and graduated in December 1999.

    In January of 2000, Commander Mathewson reported to Strike Weapons and Tactics School Atlantic (SWATSLANT) and served as a Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor, Forward Air Controller (Airborned) Instructor, the Join Strike Fighter and F/A-18E/F Subject Matter Expert (SME), Adversary SME, and Standardization Officer. In December of 2001, Commander Mathewson joined the VF-143 "PUKIN' DOGS" as Training Officer. He completed a deployment aboard USS JOHN F. KENNEDY (CV 67) in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM. In March 2003, Commander Mathewson was called up as an Individual Augmentee to a special operations task force, focused on capturing or killing High Value Targets (HVTs) in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.

    Commander Mathewson reported as a department head to the VF-11 "Red Rippers" in October 2003, and completed a deployment aboard USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73) in support of Operation IRAQI FREEDOM in 2004. He served in VF-11 as the Administrative Officer, Quality Assurance Officer, Assistant Operations Officer, and Operations Officer. In December 2005, Commander Mathewson reported to USJFCOM, J7, for joint duty as an Observer/Trainer on the Deployable Training Team. In September 2008, he reported to VFA-106 for refresher training and upon completion reported to VFA-105 as Executive Officer in September 2009.

    In December 2010, Commander Mathewson assumed command of VFA-105.

    Commander Mathewson has accumulated over 3,300 flight hours and over 700 carrier arrested landings. His decorations include the Distinguished Flying Cross (with Combat "V"), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal with Combat "V", six Strike Flight Air Medals, Joint Service Commendation Medals, three Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medals, four Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medals, and various other unit and service decorations.
    Su oficial ejecutivo es el también comandante Clay "Choo" Beers:
    Born at Travis Air Force Base, CA, Commander Clay Beers graduated with Merit from the U. S. Naval Academy in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Ocean Engineering. He received his wings and was designated a Naval Aviator after undergoing training in VT-2 and VT-21.

    His assignments at sea include Air to Ground and Air to Air Weapons and Training Officer, Landing Signals Officer, and Quality Assurance Officer while attached to VFA-81 Sunliners, Flag Aide to Commander, Carrier Strike Group 12, and Safety Officer and Operations Officer for VFA-143 Pukin' Dogs. During these operational tours, he completed three combat deployments in support of Operations ALLIED FORCE, SOUTHERN WATCH, ENDURING FREEDOM, and IRAQI FREEDOM.

    Ashore, Commander Beers served as Flight Instructor and Assistant Operations Officer for VFA-125 Rough Raiders, the Fleet Replacement Squadron. While attached there, he was chosen as the Junior Officer of the Year for 2004. His other shore duty included a temporary assignment as Flight Instructor and the first Naval Aviation Production Process Officer for VFA-106 Gladiators. From 2008 to 2010, Commander Beers served as the Military Aide to the President (President Bush and President Obama)

    Commander Beers was awarded his Executive Masters in Business Administration from the Naval Postgraduate School in September 2005. In addition to completing JPME Phase I through the USAF, Commander Beers was designated a Command Duty Officer Underway

    In December 2010, Commander Beers reported as Executive Officer of VFA-105.

    Commander Beers has accumulated over 2000 hours in the F/A-18 (A-F) and has over 500 carrier landings. His awards include the Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal (3 Strike Flight), Navy Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, and Navy Achievement Medals.
    Fue el primer escuadrón comandado por una mujer, la Comandante Sara Joyner:
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    Y una de las mejores fotos que he podido encontrar de ellos:

  9. #69
    01 ago, 08
    Subo una captura normalita de un vuelo a Vilna.
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  10. #70
    Rotor junkie
    18 sep, 08
    Las puse ayer en el post repe:

    Probando el L39 en su versión Reno Racer

    Alas que no empujan, no son alas.
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