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  1. View File Milton Shupe's A20G 410th BG6Q-K "Miss Lace" This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20G Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of Douglas A20G 43-10219 6Q-K 'Miss Lace' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, july 1944. The serials are correct, the nose art is my idea.. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 02/11/2018 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20G Specifications 6Q-K  
  2. Version 1.0.0

    68 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20G Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of Douglas A20G 43-10219 6Q-K 'Miss Lace' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, july 1944. The serials are correct, the nose art is my idea.. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  3. View File Milton Shupe's A20G 409th BG W5-B "Any Time" This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20G Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of A-20G W5-B 'Any Time' from 640th BS, 409th BG, based in Little Walden, 1944. The name and nose art are imaginary, the serials are correct for this aircraft. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 01/21/2018 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20G Specifications W5-B  
  4. Version 1.0.0

    119 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20G Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of A-20G W5-B 'Any Time' from 640th BS, 409th BG, based in Little Walden, 1944. The name and nose art are imaginary, the serials are correct for this aircraft. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  5. View File Milton Shupe's A20C 92nd BG NV-Z This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20C Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of BJ472 NV-Z, an aircraft used as a hack aircraft by the 92nd Bomb Group, 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 12/29/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications NV-Z  
  6. Version 1.0.0

    87 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A20C Havoc by Milton Shupe and team, in the colors of BJ472 NV-Z, an aircraft used as a hack aircraft by the 92nd Bomb Group, 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  7. View File Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 'Miss Barbara'' This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows an imaginary paint scheme for A20G 43-21900 6Q-Y 'Miss Barbara' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, august 1944. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. Submitter jankees Submitted 12/04/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20G Specifications 6Q-Y  
  8. Version 1.0.0

    128 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20G by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows an imaginary paint scheme for A20G 43-21900 6Q-Y 'Miss Barbara' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, august 1944. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison.
  9. View File MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Havoc 379th BG "Idiots Delite" This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas A-20C 'Idiots delite' which was used as a hack aircraft by the 379th BG, based in Kimbolton, UK. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20C to allow for reflective textures: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23146. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. Submitter jankees Submitted 11/29/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications K  
  10. Version 1.0.0

    139 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas A-20C 'Idiots delite' which was used as a hack aircraft by the 379th BG, based in Kimbolton, UK. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20C to allow for reflective textures: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23146. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison.
  11. View File Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc #755 ATC This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A20G 43-21755 of the Air Transport Command, 1945. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. Submitter jankees Submitted 11/26/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20G Specifications 755  
  12. Version 1.0.0

    101 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A20G 43-21755 of the Air Transport Command, 1945. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures: http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison.
  13. View File Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20G Havoc 'Hard to get'' This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows an imaginary bare metal paint scheme for A20G 43-21987 6Q-K 'Hard to Get' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, august 1944. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. Submitter jankees Submitted 11/26/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20G Specifications 6Q-K  
  14. Version 1.0.0

    125 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows an imaginary bare metal paint scheme for A20G 43-21987 6Q-K 'Hard to Get' of the 647th BS, 410th BG, 9th AF, based in Gosfield, UK, august 1944. Please note that you will need this update for the A-20G to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23147. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison.
  15. View File Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Havoc 'Steak and Eggs' This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20A serial 40-166 of the 3rd BG, New Guinea 1944. Please note that you will ned this update for the A-20C to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23146. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. A bit of history for this aircraft: A-20A serial 40-166 was originally assigned to the 5th Air Force, 3rd Bombardment Group, 89th Bombardment Squadron. Nicknamed "Little Hellion" with the nose art of a girl next to a palm tree with nose number 13. On November 1, 1942 took off from 3 Mile Drome (Kila Kila) near Port Moresby piloted by Ford on a strike mission against Lae. This was Ford's thirteenth combat mission. Over the target, damaged by anti-aircraft fire that ruptured the hydraulic lines forcing it to make a wheels up, flaps up forced landing at 7-Mile Drome. After the landing, this aircraft was written off. Afterwards, it was inspected again and deemed not to be as heavily damaged as initially assessed. The aircraft was towed back to 3 Mile Drome (Kila Kila) and placed onto empty 55 gallon fuel drums. Over two months, this A-20 was repaired using parts from A-20A Havoc 39-724 which also suffered a landing accident. New engines were installed and the aircraft completely rebuilt. Equipment including the armor plating, guns and bomb racks were removed. 3rd Bomb Group mechanics including Kip Hawkins and Joe Long worked on this aircraft. When completed, the aircraft still bore the tail serial number 40-166 and made a test flight on February 4, 1943 piloted by Captain Petri. Renamed "The Steak and Eggs Special". On February 21, 1943 departed Port Moresby piloted by Lt. H Brown with two passengers and 200 Pounds to purchase steak, fresh fruit and vegetables in Australia, and returned three days later. During the next six months, this aircraft was used as a "fat cat" on supply runs from New Guinea to Australian cities including Cairns, Townsville, Brisbane and Sydney for fresh food, vegetables, eggs and liquor. During early May 1943, it moved with the squadron to Dobodura. During August 1943, it was stripped to a bare metal finish with a red and white stripped tail. The nickname was changed to "Steak and Eggs" and later "Steak & Eggs" on both sides of the nose. During November 1943 this aircraft, piloted by H.D. Brown with passenger Lt. Lauer, flew under the Sydney Harbor Bridge before landing at Mascot (Sydney Airfield). At the end of January 1944, this aircraft moved with the squadron to Nadzab Airfield. Since this aircraft did not officially exist in unit records, precisely how many fat cat missions this aircraft flew is unknown. On June 11, 1944 while flying in Queensland, Australia piloted by Lt. Rude Vucelic with five passengers aboard including the crew chief, the A-20 was caught in bad weather and ran low on fuel. It force landed on a beach on the northwest side of Low Wooded Island, near Cooktown. Passenger Lt Kennedy who was in the nose injured his shoulder during the landing, and four others escaped reasonably well. After the crash, a salvage party did visit the aircraft, but a complete salvage was deemed too difficult. Today, the wreckage still remains on the beach including the two engines and wing section of the wreckage. Submitter jankees Submitted 11/25/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications 40-166  
  16. Version 1.0.0

    128 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows A-20A serial 40-166 of the 3rd BG, New Guinea 1944. Please note that you will ned this update for the A-20C to allow for reflective textures:http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/local_links.php?action=jump&catid=37&id=23146. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis and the bare metal textures by Gordon Madison. A bit of history for this aircraft: A-20A serial 40-166 was originally assigned to the 5th Air Force, 3rd Bombardment Group, 89th Bombardment Squadron. Nicknamed "Little Hellion" with the nose art of a girl next to a palm tree with nose number 13. On November 1, 1942 took off from 3 Mile Drome (Kila Kila) near Port Moresby piloted by Ford on a strike mission against Lae. This was Ford's thirteenth combat mission. Over the target, damaged by anti-aircraft fire that ruptured the hydraulic lines forcing it to make a wheels up, flaps up forced landing at 7-Mile Drome. After the landing, this aircraft was written off. Afterwards, it was inspected again and deemed not to be as heavily damaged as initially assessed. The aircraft was towed back to 3 Mile Drome (Kila Kila) and placed onto empty 55 gallon fuel drums. Over two months, this A-20 was repaired using parts from A-20A Havoc 39-724 which also suffered a landing accident. New engines were installed and the aircraft completely rebuilt. Equipment including the armor plating, guns and bomb racks were removed. 3rd Bomb Group mechanics including Kip Hawkins and Joe Long worked on this aircraft. When completed, the aircraft still bore the tail serial number 40-166 and made a test flight on February 4, 1943 piloted by Captain Petri. Renamed "The Steak and Eggs Special". On February 21, 1943 departed Port Moresby piloted by Lt. H Brown with two passengers and 200 Pounds to purchase steak, fresh fruit and vegetables in Australia, and returned three days later. During the next six months, this aircraft was used as a "fat cat" on supply runs from New Guinea to Australian cities including Cairns, Townsville, Brisbane and Sydney for fresh food, vegetables, eggs and liquor. During early May 1943, it moved with the squadron to Dobodura. During August 1943, it was stripped to a bare metal finish with a red and white stripped tail. The nickname was changed to "Steak and Eggs" and later "Steak & Eggs" on both sides of the nose. During November 1943 this aircraft, piloted by H.D. Brown with passenger Lt. Lauer, flew under the Sydney Harbor Bridge before landing at Mascot (Sydney Airfield). At the end of January 1944, this aircraft moved with the squadron to Nadzab Airfield. Since this aircraft did not officially exist in unit records, precisely how many fat cat missions this aircraft flew is unknown. On June 11, 1944 while flying in Queensland, Australia piloted by Lt. Rude Vucelic with five passengers aboard including the crew chief, the A-20 was caught in bad weather and ran low on fuel. It force landed on a beach on the northwest side of Low Wooded Island, near Cooktown. Passenger Lt Kennedy who was in the nose injured his shoulder during the landing, and four others escaped reasonably well. After the crash, a salvage party did visit the aircraft, but a complete salvage was deemed too difficult. Today, the wreckage still remains on the beach including the two engines and wing section of the wreckage.
  17. View File MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston/Havoc No 88 Sqn RH-B "Beer is Best" This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Harvard III BZ264 RH-B 'Beer is best' of no 88 squadron, RAF Hartford Bridge, July 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 11/09/2017 Category Europe Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications RH-B  
  18. Version 1.0.0

    137 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston/Havoc III BZ264 RH-B 'Beer is best' of no 88 squadron, RAF Hartford Bridge, July 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  19. View File Milton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston 418 sqn RCAF This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III W8395 TH-G of No 418 squadron RCAF, based in Bradwell Bay in April 1942. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. I've included new bumpmaps that you can use for all other A-20C paints as well. Submitter jankees Submitted 10/22/2017 Category North America Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications TH-G  
  20. Version 1.0.0

    132 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III W8395 TH-G of No 418 squadron RCAF, based in Bradwell Bay in April 1942. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. I've included new bumpmaps that you can use for all other A-20C paints as well.
  21. View File MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston No 18 Sqn AL 494 #28 "Speckled Hen". This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston Mk.III AL 494 #28 "Speckled Hen" , of RAF 18 Sqn, 236 Wing, Western Desert Air Force. It crashed on take-off at Maison Blanche on 2-8-1943. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 10/17/2017 Category Europe Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications #28  
  22. Version 1.0.0

    162 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston Mk.III AL 494 #28 "Speckled Hen" , of RAF 18 Sqn, 236 Wing, Western Desert Air Force. It crashed on take-off at Maison Blanche on 2-8-1943. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  23. View File MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston French Air Force No 342 'Lorraine' Sqn. This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III BZ281 of No 342 "Lorraine" squadron of the Free French Air Force, based in Hartford Bridge in august 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 10/17/2017 Category Europe Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications OA-U  
  24. Version 1.0.0

    159 downloads

    This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas Boston mk III BZ281 of No 342 "Lorraine" squadron of the Free French Air Force, based in Hartford Bridge in august 1944. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis.
  25. View File MIlton Shupe's Douglas A-20C Boston Dutch Naval Air Service This folder contains a repaint for the Douglas A-20C by Milton Shupe and his team. It shows Douglas DB7 Boston D52 of the Royal Dutch East Indies Navy, Andir, 6 March 1942. In december 1941, the Dutch government ordered 32 Douglas Boostons for the defence of the Dutch Indies after the outbreak of war in the Pacific. These aircraft were destined for the MLD, or Dutch Naval Air Service. The aircraft were painted in RAF camouflage colors and received Dutch orange triangles on the fuselage and the underside of the wings, together with a serial consisting of a D with a number and the text KON.MARINE on the nose. The aircraft were crated and shipped to the Dutch East Indies, with the first six arriving in Java on the 27th of February 1942, just a day before the Japanese landings in Java. The crates were unloaded in Tjilatjap. It was decided to try and assemble a few aircraft on the spot, in the harbor of Tjilatjap, while three crates were sent to Andir by train. Despite Japanese bombing raids on the harbor, the MLD technicians managed to assemble two Bostons in the harbor, and on the morning of the 5th of March, Lt Burgerhout, a Catalina pilot, took of from an improvised runway withh D52 and flew to Tasikmalaja, where it was planned to fill the aircraft with fuel for the flight to Andir air base. However, no suitable fuel was found. Before the second Boston could be flown out, the 'runway' was destroyed by a second Japanese bomb raid, so the ground crew destroyed the aircraft. The aircraft at Tasikmalaja was destroyed on the 8th of Mmarch, just before the capitulation of the Dutch East Indies. Of the aircraft transported by train, one was assembled, and this fell intact into the hands of the Japanese, who later used it for flight evaluations. The other two aircraft were destroyed by their ground crews. The other 26 Bostons still underway were diverted to Australia, and these later flew with no 22 squadron of the RAAF. Repaint by Jan Kees Blom, based on the paintkit by William Ellis. Submitter jankees Submitted 10/17/2017 Category Europe Manufacturer Milton Shupe Model A-20C Specifications D52  
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