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Here you can find all Emergency & Armed Forces repaints for Asia.

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  1. An update for my earlier repaint for the A2A Piper Cub, representing an aircraft of the Tango Squadron in Chiang Mai, Thailand, This group is dedicated to the preservation of old Royal Thai Air Force aircraft. My apologies for the earlier, wrong, files, just download these and replace the texture.thai2222 folder, you'll like the result!
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom.

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  2. A US registered Piper Cub in Israeli AF colors


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  3. This folder contains a repaint for the Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden by Tim 'Piglet' Conrad, in the colors of #186 of an unknown Kokutai, 1945. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Piglet.

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  4. This folder contains a repaint for the Mitsubishi J2M3 Raiden by Tim 'Piglet' Conrad, in the colors of #352-20 of 1.Hikotai, 352 Kokutai, piloted by Chui Yoshihiro Aoki from Omura Airbase near Nagasaki in march 1945. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Piglet.

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  5. This is a repaint for the fantastic payware Hawker Sea Fury by Flying Stations.

    VX730 served with the RN, before being transferred to the RAN and allocated to 805 SQN. The aircraft flew combat missions over Korea before eventually going to the breakers yard by mistake in the 1960's. The centre section was saved, however, and forms the basis of the restored Sea Fury held in the Australian War memorial's collection.

    It is on public display in the Aircraft hall.

    http://www.flyingstations.com/sea-fury.html

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  6. Textures for the payware MILVIZ F-86 Sabre depicting Philippine Air Force serial number 25029


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  7. Textures for the payware MILVIZ F-86 Sabre depicting Royal Saudi Air Force serial number 25230


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  8. Textures for the payware MILVIZ F-86 Sabre depicting Taiwanese Air Force serial number 2513


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  9. Textures for the payware MILVIZ F-86 Sabre depicting Royal Malaysian Air Force serial number FMI359


    199 downloads

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  10. Textures for the payware MILVIZ F-86 Sabre depicting Pakistan Air Force serial number 51026 from the Pakistan-India wars




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  11. textures for the payware Iris C-27J Spartan depicting the Afghan National Army Air Force


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  12. This folder contains a repaint for The Boeing KC-97 by Manfred Jahn and team. It shows Israeli Defence Force #039 4X-FPO, former USAF 52-2779. currently preserved in the Israeli Air Force Museum Hatzerim at Beersheba.. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom for Manfred Jahn's C-97, based on the paintkit by Manfred and team.

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  13. This folder contains a repaint for the Nord 2501 Noratlas by Projet Noratlas in the colors of N2501IS 4X-FAP, the first of the Noratlas aircraft used by the Israeli Air Force. In the immediate post-war era France produced a plethora of prototype aircraft, nearly all of which vanished without trace. One of those that made good was the Nord 2500, a cargo transport with the same twin-boom configuration as the American C-119, with the cockpit in the nose of a capacious nacelle. Like the US type, the rear doors were of the left/right clamshell type, so for air-dropping heavy loads they had to be removed before takeoff, causing turbulence and high drag. Despite this, the more powerful 2501 proved an excellent aircraft, produced in large numbers in France and Germany in a programme that led directly to the Transall, produced by the same partners, designed in 1959 and flown in 1962.
    Israel bought eight N.2501 IS direct from Nord in 1955-59, a further 12 from Germany in 1962, and four more later. The first, 4X-FAP, was delivered before the end of 1955, and immediately proved extremely popular and capable.
    Eight Nords had been purchased and these were used extensively to re-supply IDF columns in Sinai. To assist with these re-supply efforts other Nords were made available from the French Air Force and were requisitioned from Israeli Airline EL-AL which used them as freight transports. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Projet Noratlas.

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  14. This folder contains a repaint for the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX by Real Air. It shows Spitfire IX 2011 #26 was one of the 60 Spitfires that Israel bought in Czechoslowakia for $23.000 in 1948. They were ferried to Israel via Yugoslavia, where they were refuelled before embarking on a 2250 km tripo over the Mediterranean to reach Israel. Operation Velvetta was the codename of these secret ferry flights. On arrival in Israel, the Ocean Grey RAF paint was overpainted in brown, and the aircraft received the tail markings of the 101st squadron of the IDAF. The marking below the cockpit was a Czech marking, but the Israelis added an aircraft in the claws of the eagle. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by RealAir.

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  15. This folder contains a repaint for the Aeroplane Heaven Curtiss Helldiver in the colors of SB2C-5 of the Thai Air Force, one of 6 aircraft operated by Wing 7 between 1950 and 1955.
    Under the Military Assistance Program, the Royal Thai Navy received six SB2C-5 Helldivers in April 1951, as a replacement for WWII-era Japanese warplanes. The Thai military designation for the Helldiver was “Attacker Type 3”. As no Thai pilot was yet qualified on the type, they were delivered as deck cargo by USS Cape Esperance (CVE-88) and then floated on river barges to U-Tapao air base.
    The Royal Thai navy planned to form a modern maritime strike squadron with the six Helldivers, along with ten F8F Bearcat fighters. However after a failed coup led by naval officers, the Thai government stripped the navy of both it’s marine corps and air wing, transferring them to the army and air force respectively. The RTAF continued to use the Helldivers as it’s main anti-ship asset. As the RTAF had little interest in investing in more naval strike planes, the Helldivers were well cared for. The six planes remained in regular use until about 1960 when their flight hours began to dwindle. They were retired in 1963, with one going to the national aviation museum.
    Thailand was the last country in the world flying the Helldiver, and with it’s retirement there, the story of this warrior of the 1940s Pacific came to a close.Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Aeroplane Heaven.

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