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  1. A2A Albatros D.III (Oef) 153.45

    Albatros D.III (Oeffag) 153.45 flown by Godwin Brumowski at Flik 41J flown out of Torresella airfield, November 1917

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  2. A2A B-17G 'Wulfe Hound" Luftwaffe

    This folder contains a repaint for the accu-sim version of the A2A B-17G Flying Fortress. B-17F 41-24585 "Wulfe Hound" flew with the 303rd BG from the UK until it was forced to make an emergency landing within enemy territory on 12 december 1945. It was not damaged very much, and the Germans managed to get it airborne again. It was given a yellow underside and the markings DL+XC and was extensively tested at Rechlin airfield. It was also sent on a tour of Luftwaffe fighterbases in France, to make the pilots there with the weak and strong points of the B-17. Afterwards, it was transferred to KG200, a squadron for all kinds of clandestine missions. It was destroyed during an American airraid on Oranienburg Airfield near Berlin in april 1945. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  3. A2A B-17G Danish Army Air Corps "Store Bjoern"

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A WoP2 B-17G in the colors of B-17G-35-BO 42-32076, the former "Shoo shoo shoo baby", now registered OY-DFA, which was bought by the Danish Army Air Corps in April 1948 to be used for aerial photography assignments on Greenland for the Danish Geodetic Institute (DGI).
    The plane was rebuilt with 3 cameras in the nose - one for vertical shots and two to oblique recordings - plus space for a photographer behind a pivoting glass covered nose. An additional 1,400-liter fuel tank was installed in the bomb bay, and fi nally the plane got the registration 67-672 and was named “Store Bjørn” (“Big Dipper, or Ursus Major”).
    In 1949 it flew a navigation tour to Sweden and Norway, went to Greenland and Canada to examine the route and alternate aerodromes. After returning the plane had an overhaul, and from July to September it was stationed on Greenland, where it flew a total of 108 hours of aerial photography for GI. When the Navy vessel “Alken” disappeared on Greenland, “Store Bjørn” assisted in the search from 23 October - 12. November and fl ew 48 hours total as a SAR aircraft.
    1950 was a busy year, from July to the end of September it flew a total of 137 hours of aerial photography. Moreover, on the 14th-17th September it flew again as a SAR aircraft for 25 hours in search of Loftleiðirr’s missing DC-4 “Geysir”. This DC-4, called “Geysir” crashed on the middle of Vatnajökull on September 14, spurring a famous rescue operation. For four days no-one knew where the airplance had crashed or if there were any survivors. In fact, the whole crew survived, and as the plane had been carrying cargo at the time there were no passangers. The Danish Geodetic Institute (DGI) did aerial photography and surveying on Greenland using “Store Bjørn”. In 1950 low-level vertical aerial photography was carried out in the region around Mestersvig.
    Oblique aerial photography was also carried out over much of the region between latitudes 69°–81°N in the years 1950 and 1952.
    After the Royal Danish Air Force was established in 1951 “Store Bjørn?” was assigned to 721 Squadron at Air Base Værløse. It fl ew a rescue fl ight to Greenland to evacuate a seriously injured man. During the summer photo flight on Greenland, June to September the weather was not co-operating and only 56 hours of aerial photography was flown. In 1952 54 hours of photo flight was done again on Greenland.
    When the great fl ood disaster in Holland happened in 1953 “Store Bjørn?” flew blankets, boots and rubber boats from Heathrow to Valkenburg.
    During the summer Greenland flight, from June to September it flew a total of 101 hours of aerial photography for DGI and the first October 1954 The plane was officially decommissioned. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.

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  4. A2A B-17G RAF 100 Group Fortress IIIs

    This file contains 2 repaints for the A2A Simulations B-17G depicting KJ117 a Fortress III of the Royal Air Force. The first repaint is BU-E when KJ117 was with 214 Squadron 1944-1945 and the second is U3-E when KJ117 was assigned to the Royal Air Force Radio Warfare Establishment until March 1946.

    B-17G-75-VE, KJ117, was delivered to the U. S. Army Air Force as 44-8620, then transferred to the Royal Air Force serial KJ117. It served with 214 Squadron at RAF Oulton in Norfolk until the end of World War II in the RCM / ELINT role, providing support to the main bomber force on operations. At the end of World War II it was one of 8 Fortress III's to be transferred to the Royal Air Force Radio Warfare Establishment until March 1946 when the remaining Royal Air Force Fortress III's were retired from service. Repaint by Matt Smith based on the paint kit by A2A Simulations.

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  5. A2A F4U-1A Corsair Royal Navy #136 HMS Victorious

    This folder contains a repaint for the Aircraft Factory F4U Corsair, representing Corsair Mk.II #136, as it was flown by Sub lt. Donald J. Sheppard of No. 1836 Squadron, based on HMS Victorious, Sakishima Islands, 1945. He scored his fifth victory in this aircraft, achieving ace-status. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Aircraft Factory.

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  6. A2A F4U-1A Corsair Royal Navy 7-L

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A/Aircraft Factory F4-U Corsair, in the paintscheme of 7-L, an aircraft of 1834 Sqn of the Flight Air Arm, based on HMS Victorious, 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the A2A paintkit.

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  7. A2A F4U-1A Corsair Royal Navy T8-B

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A/Aircraft Factory F4-U Corsair, in the paintscheme of T8-B, an aircraft of 1836 Sqn of the Flight Air Arm, based on HMS Victorious, 1945. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the A2A paintkit.

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  8. A2A F4U-1A Corsair Royal Navy X115 Lt Grey

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A/Aircraft Factory F4-U Corsair, in the colors of the aircraft of Robert Hampton "Hammy" Gray VC, DSC. Lt Grey was a Canadian naval officer, pilot, and recipient of the Victoria Cross (VC) during World War II, one of only two members of the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm to have been thus decorated in that war. The citation for his VC read: "The KING has been graciously pleased to approve the award of the VICTORIA CROSS for valour to: — the late Temporary Lieutenant Robert Hampton GRAY, R.C.N.V.R.,for great valour in leading an attack on a Japanese destroyer in Onagawa Wan, on 9th August, 1945. In the face of fire from shore batteries and a heavy concentration of fire from some five warships Lieutenant Gray pressed home his attack, flying very low in order to ensure success, and, although he was hit and his aircraft was in flames, he obtained at least one direct hit, sinking the destroyer. Lieutenant Gray has consistently shown a brilliant fighting spirit and most inspiring leadership."
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the A2A paintkit.

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  9. A2A He-219 R2+DH

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A/Aircraft Hangar He-219 for FSX in the colors of R2+DH, an aircraft that plays a major role in a series of comics by Yann and Romain Hugault. Its pilot in the story is a fervent anti-nazi, who flies without swastika's on his tailplanes, so these are not included. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  10. A2A He-219 VG+LW

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A/Aircraft Hangar He-219 for FSX in the colors of VG+LW, the first prototype He-219 V1, W.Nr.219001, which flew from Rostock Marienehe in November 1942. The original had no antenna, but I could not remove these from the model. I have alsio included textures without swastika's. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  11. A2A P-40 accusim AK367 GA-D

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40 Tomahawk II, representing AK367 GA-D of the 112th squadron, North Africa 1942.
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  12. A2A P-40 accusim AN413 'Nan'

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40 Tomahawk II, representing AN413 'K' 'Nan' of the 112th squadron, North Africa 1942.
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  13. A2A P-40 Mk.IIb WoP3 Winter Soviet Paint

    Winter Camouflage paint scheme of the payware A2A WOP3 P-40. Flown in the defense of Moscow, 1941-1942. Instructions provided.

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  14. A2A P-40 Tomahawk IIB GE-H

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40 Tomahawk II, representing AH972 GE-H of the 349th (Belgian) squadron, Nigeria 1942.
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  15. A2A P-40B 349 (Belgian) Sqn AH 572 GE-H

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A (Shockwave) P-40 Tomahawk, representing Tomahawk MkI AH572, GE-H of the 349 (Belgian) Squadron, Ikeja, Nigeria 1943. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kit by Martin Catney.

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  16. A2A P-40C WoP3 Free French Air Force #11

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40C, representing Curtiss P-40F #11 'Lola' of the Free French Air Force GC II/5 "Lafayette" Squadron. This aircraft probably came from the RAF, judging by the overpainted markings. I have seen pictures of the wreckage of this aircraft, but it is not clear how, when and where the aircraft crashed.. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  17. A2A P-40C WoP3 Free French Air Force #6

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40C, representing Curtiss P-40F #6 of the Free French Air Force GC II/5 "Lafayette" Squadron. This aircraft was probably 41-14268, a P-40F. It's pilot was Lt. Legrand, while GC II/5 was based in Souk el-Arba, Morocco, May 1943. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom based on the repaint kit by A2A.

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  18. A2A P-40C WoP3 RNEIAF "Snafu"

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A wop3 P-40C, representing Curtiss P-40N Royal Netherlands East Indies Air Force C3-549 'Snafu', No. 120 Squadron ML/KNIL RNEIAF, flying with the 72nd Air Defence wing RAAF, Mokmer Biak, New Guinea, early 1945. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Martin Catney (A2A)

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  19. A2A P-47D 'Lafayette'

    Repaint for the A2A Wings of Power III P-47 Razorback by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Martin Catney in the colors of 9V-P, an aircraft of GC II/5 Escadrille Lafayette of the Free French Air Force, 1945.

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  20. A2A P-47D Portugese Air Force

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Wings of Power III P-47D Thunderbolt, representing an imaginary P-47D-23-RE Of the Portugese Air Force. After the war, the Portugese Air Force used 50 P-47D-30's to equip two squadrons. What if the first of those 50 Thunderbolts had been a D-23??
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by Martin Catney.

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  21. A2A P-51D RNEIAF N3-635

    This folder contains a repaint for the Shockwave World War II Fighters P-51D Mustang, representing N3-635, one of the 40 Mustangs delivered to the Royal Netherlands East Indies Air Force in 1945. It was delivered to the RNEIAF in Bundaberg, Australia, painted in the included paintscheme, and then flown to Batavia (Jakarta) via Cloncurry, Darwin, Timor and Bali. After Indonesian independence, this aircraft was handed over to the new Indonesian Air Force, where it served well into the '60s as F-335. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the repaint kits by John Terrell and A2A. It is for FSX only, as it contains 2048 x 2048 textures.

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  22. A2A Piper Comanche Spanish Navy E30-2

    This folder contains a repaint for Piper Comanche by A2A, in the colours of E30-2,  (c/n 24-4075), a Comanche used by the Spanish Navy, and which is currently in the Spanish Air Force museum in Cuatro Vientos near Madrid.
    Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.

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  23. A2A Spitfire RAF 249 Sqn T-A

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Spitfire in the colors of Spitfire Mk Vb BP989 was one of the aircraft of 249 Sqn, based on Malta, that was possibly used for night fighting. It was painted an overall very dark colour, which was probably royal blue. An alternative explanation for the paintscheme could be that it gave better camouflage over water. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.

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  24. A2A Spitfire RAF 249 Sqn T-I

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Spitfire in the colors of Spitfire Mk Vc BR290, one of the aircraft of 249 Sqn, based on Malta. It arrived on Malta with operation Bowery, when it was flown off USS Wasp on the 9th of May 1942. Lessons had been learned from an earlier delivery run, and all 61 aircraft that reached Malta were immediately refuelled and rearmed, to be ready to repell the axis airfleets that came to destroy them early on the 10th. In the resulting air battle, the Italian bombers were chased away, and 47 German fighters were shot down (for the loss of 3 British), marking the end of daylight raids on Malta. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.

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  25. A2A Spitfire RAF 249 Sqn T-M

    This folder contains a repaint for the A2A Spitfire in the colors of Spitfire Mk Vb(T) T-M, one of the aircraft of 249 Sqn, based on Malta in 1942. No serial is known for this aircraft, since it was overpainted after arrival on Malta, and the serial was not reapplied. It was painted in a dark bluish color, probably with azure undersides. The aircraft was written off after a crash landing, which tore off one wing and left the aircraft standing on its nose. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by A2A.

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