Version 1.0 includes 7 accurate and unique RAAF F/A-18 Hornet skins. These include the liveries of 4 combat-proven aircraft, ideal for the Strait of Hormuz theatre of operations, as well as 2 training/testing skins, and 1 display skin.
A21-20, A21-38, A21-49, A21-52 were part of a RAAF deployment of 14 F/A-18A Hornets to the Middle East Area of Operations on February 7th 2003. This was part of Operation Bastille and Operation Falconer. The four aircraft included in this pack reflect the liveries, as they appeared during this operation.
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A21-25 - A single seat F/A-18A that belongs to the 2nd Operational Conversion Unit (2OCU). Depicted in its 2008 livery, this aircraft is generally used in pilot training operations.
A21-32 - One of two aircraft based in Adelaide, South Australia, as part of the Aircraft Research and Development Unit (ARDU). These aircraft are generally used as a control in periodic testing to monitor airframe and systems lifespan. It is also used to test development applications for the Hornet fleet.
A21-35 - Depicted in its 2015 30th Anniversary of the F/A-18 in RAAF operations livery. It can be viewed in this excellent video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rph3hw4Us1Y