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Here you can find all helicopter repaints for North America

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  1. This Paint redo is for the payware Virtavia/Alphasim Blackhawk. This redux improves the graphics over my original repaint as well as being more accurate in layout.

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  2. Author : Aussiecop

    Manufacturer : Default (Microsoft)
    Model : Bell 206BIII
    Specs: WTHR Channel 13 Indianapolis
    Release Date: 24th October 2008

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  3. Author : Aussiecop

    Manufacturer : Default (Microsoft)
    Model : Bell 206BIII
    Specs: WISH TV Channel 8 Indianapolis
    Release Date: 24th October 2008

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  4. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USAF MH-60 Deserthawk "Reaper". No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. All 3 versions.


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  5. textures for fsx alphasim blackhawk. textures for CH-60 Devilhawks 165771. both clean and tank models included


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  6. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USN MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-23 "Desert Air Ambulance". No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  7. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for US Army Charlie Company 2/25 AVN . No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  8. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USN MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-26 "Chargers". No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  9. textures for fsx alphasim blackhawk. textures for MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-3


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  10. Textures for fsx alphasim blackhawk. Textures for MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-8


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  11. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USN MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-85 as a ship of the line (plain grey). No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  12. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USN MH-60S Knighthawk HNAS Whidbey SAR. No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  13. Textures for FSX Alphasim Blackhawk. Textures for USN MH-60S Knighthawk HSC-85 "Lucky Seven". No alpha channel in paint, suitable to convert to dxt3 for fs9. both tank and clean versions.


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  14. This one was a request for a Hovercontrol member

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  15. The second precision helicopter paint for Ozx, this time the AS350B3

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  16. This was a special request paint for Bray from the Hovercontrol forums.

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  17. Another Hovercontrol requested paint.

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  18. For the Default FSX Bell 206B


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  19. As seen on the Bell Helicopters website


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  20. Repaint of Dodosims wonderful FSX Bell 206 in the colors DesignShop's Ranger "N505NW"

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  21. The 4th Infantry Division in Vietnam had an organic aviation element, the 4th Aviation Battalion. The battalion consisted of two companies. A Company was divided into 3 platoons. The 1st Platoon flew C&C and VIP duties for the division (2nd and 3rd Platoons flew general utility missions like troop transport and supply).

    1st Platoon was named "the Lizards". Aircraft in the platoon were named "Lizard 1", "Lizard 2", etc... In 1968-70 the platoon flew UH-1Hs. Noses were painted completely OD. The platoon displayed a distinctive nose art - a cartoon lizard wearing white aviator's goggles. The aircraft had red stinger covers (tail ends) and red skid tips. A black spade was painted on the front cargo door on the right side of the ship. The ship number ("Lizard 7" is illustrated here) was painted in white in the center of the spade logo. The upper surface and outer edge of the horizontal tail plane/sync elevator began to be painted orange around 1969. A step was added below the cargo deck on 1st platoon ships. FM antennas were mounted on the skids at the front cross brace.


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  22. This is one of AMERICAL Division's C&C/VIP ships from the 1970-71 period. AMERICAL directed each aviation unit that supported it to assign aircraft to the division command staff for C&C and VIP duties. Aviation units were directed to remove unit insignia from the ships they sent on to the division. Aircraft 70-15719 was a brand new UH-1H recently delivered to the first platoon "Yellow Jackets" of the 116th AHC. This Huey was nicknamed "King Bee 719" by the 116th. When the ship was assigned to AMERICAL the 116th "Hornet" nose art and distinctive yellow skid markings remained on the ship - in defiance of the division directive.

    In addition to the 116th Hornet nose art, a distinctive rectangle emblem appeared on the tail. The rectangle was divided into red-blue-red vertical stripes, with the AMERICAL Division insignia placed on the blue bar. The rectangle was outlined in white. The five-digit tail number was painted in two colors - the first two numbers (15) in black, and the last three digits (719) in yellow. A step was added below the cargo bay deck - a common practice for C&C and VIP ships.


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  23. The 173rd Airborne Brigade deployed to Vietnam in May, 1965. They served in III Corps, based at Bien Hoa, until mid 1967. They moved to II Corps and based at An Khe until April 1969. They then moved toward the coast to conduct operations along Route 1-the main north/south highway in Vietnam. They based out of Bong Son in II Corps until leaving Vietnam in August, 1971.

    This UH-1H, served as a command aircraft for the 173rd Brigade in early-mid 1969. The Brigade logo is displayed on the front cargo door. The logo possibly also appeared on the nose. Photos of some other 173rd ships from this period have the brigade nose insignia. A red and white Brigadier General's placard is displayed on the frame post behind the pilot's door. The front edges of the skids are painted yellow. A step was attached to each side of most command and VIP Hueys. It was located just below the bottom edge of the cargo deck, and just behind the front cargo door. The tail can't be seen on photos of this aircraft, so tail details are speculative


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  24. By 1964 the 57th Medical Detachment was being overwhelmed by demands being made on them by increased US and Vietnamese operations. At one point the 57th had only two flyable aircraft! In response President Johnson ordered the deployment of five new helicopter medical detachments to Vietnam. The 82nd Medical Detachment at Fort Sam Houston was the first of the new units to go to Vietnam, arriving in October 1964. They were originally co-located with the 57th at Soc Trang so they could gain the experience of the veteran unit. Once they were declared mission ready, the 82nd moved to Binh Thuy.

    In 1967-69 82nd ships had a unique insignia painted on their pilot's doors (see insignia at left). The Red Cross insignia on the cargo doors and nose was also unique. The 82nd used a red cross design that outlined the cross in white, and completely deleted the white square background found on typical red cross markings. At least some 82nd ships also had the front ends of their skids painted red.


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  25. The 135th was a typical Vietnam era Assault Helicopter Company with the major exception that it was composed of both U.S. Army and Royal Australian Navy personnel. Because of this unique composition, the 135th was considered an Experimental Military Unit, hence its call sign E.M.U. or EMU


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