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Fiat CR-32 Escuadrilla Blanco X Grupo de Caza Autonomo Baleari556 viewsFiat CR-32 Escuadrilla Blanco X Grupo de Caza Autonomo Baleari , one of the skins included with 3 models and 11 liveries on sale at:
http://www.icarusgold.com/cr32.htm
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Heinkel He 72385 viewsThe Kadett was introduced in the Luftwaffe in 1933, when the latter was not yet official. It remained one of the most wideley used German primary trainers until 1944. Although it lacked power, it was a pleasant plane to fly and quite comparable to the British Tiger Moth.
Almost all Kadett were He 72B, of which the prodcution took place from 1934 until 1936. After that, only models with a limited number of examples remained in production (He 72BW, He 72B-3). A single example was tested by the Japanese Navy as the "KXHe1"
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Westland Lysander mk-II Polish markings300 viewsPolish Raf markings - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
http://www.icarusgold.com/Lysander.htm
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Westland Lysander mk-I burma 1942249 viewsmkI burma 1942 - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
http://www.icarusgold.com/Lysander.htm
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Westland Lysander mkII IAF305 viewsmkII IAF service 1941-43 - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
http://www.icarusgold.com/Lysander.htm
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Westland Lysander mkIIIa RAF283 viewsmkIIIa RAF - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
http://www.icarusgold.com/Lysander.htm
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Westland Lysander mkIIIsd N.161 Squadron341 viewsmkIIIsd 1942 N161 Squadron - model for cfs2 - fs2004 - fs2002 simulator, on sale at Icarus:
http://www.icarusgold.com/Lysander.htm
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DOUGLAS A-1E SKYRAIDER301 viewsThe history of the Skyraider began during WW II when Douglas submitted a design to the U.S. Navy for the XBT2D-1 as a replacement for the famous SBD dive-bomber. The result was a new airplane designated as the "AD" which made its first flight on March 18, 1945. For the next 12 years there was constant improvement in the airplane up through the AD-7, and 3,180 Skyraiders were delivered to the Navy, many of which were used during the Korean War. In 1963, the U.S. Air Force began a program to modify the AD-5 Skyraider for service in Vietnam and redesignated it the A-1E. Because of its ability to carry large bomb loads, absorb heavy ground fire, and fly for long periods at low altitude, the A-1E was particularly suited for close-support missions.
 
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