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DCS: World 2.7
I-16
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/25/2022 22:11:46
Pilot - CO of 69th IAP Lev Shestakov. Odessa, Summer 1941
Tested with DCS 2.7.9
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I-16
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/25/2022 17:01:11
Update 2022-01-25: Skins completely redone and recolored according research. Tested with DCS 2.7.9

1) Serial no. 2409: One of the six I-16 from 24th Chungtui, IVth Tatui, who took part to the first fighting versus the Zeroes from the Yokoyama unit, near Chungking on 13 September 1940.
2) Serial no. 94, Chinese Nationalist Air Force, 1938. This plance belongs to the Xinjiang Province Air Forces who donated this aircraft for the country.
3) Several Chinese Nationalist Air Force I-16 were captured by Japanese Troops and test flown...
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Bf 109 K-4 Kurfurst
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/24/2022 21:17:12
Semi-fictional skin based on Bf-109V-14 D-ISLU.

D-ISLU (a Bf-109D prototype) was flown 1937 at a race competition in Duebendorf, Switzerland by Ernst Udet himself. The airplane had to make an emergency landing because of an engine failure. It was equipped with a special DB 601 "Rennmotor" modified for race. Because the Messerschmitt won most of the competitions Switzerland bought 99 Bf-109's from Germany (10 D & 89 E-3a).

Tested with DCS 2.7.9
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F-86F Sabre
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/24/2022 20:17:25
F-86F-30-NA Sabre/52-5029 while serving with the Philippine Air Forces.
BORT numbers enabled for Multiplayer (for historical Tail number use "029" in Mission Editor).
Tested with DCS 2.7.9

The Philippine Air Force (PhAF) first received the Sabres in the form of F-86Fs in 1957, replacing the North American P-51 Mustang as their primary interceptor. F-86s first operated fr om Basa Air Base, known infamously as the "Nest of Vipers", wh ere the 5th Fighter Wing of the PhAF was based. The most notable use of the F-86 Sabres was in the Blue Diamonds aerobatic display team, which operated eight Sabres until the arrival of the newer, supersonic Northrop F-5. The F-86s were subsequently phased out of service in the 1970s as the Northrop F-5 Freedom Fighter and Vought F-8 Crusaders became the primary fighters and interceptors of the PhAF.
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Vehicle
Leopard 2A4 - Swiss Army
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/24/2022 15:29:40
The Swiss Army purchased 380 2A4s designated Panzer 87. 35 of these were bought from Germany while the remaining ones were license manufactured locally.
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F-86F Sabre
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/24/2022 10:42:35
F-86F-30-NA Sabre/52-4535 while serving with NASA.
Tested with DCS 2.7.9

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F-86F Sabre
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/24/2022 08:07:18
Tested with DCS 2.7.9

The liveries are semi-fictional because Alaskan ANG Sabres would have the BORT number on the wings too.
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Other
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/23/2022 20:57:14
Fictional Skin for the A-50 based on A-50U RF-50602
BORT numbers enabled (use "33" in Mission Editor)
Tested with DCS 2.7.9
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F-86F Sabre
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/23/2022 13:43:14
F-86E-10-NA Sabre/51-2805 and F-86E-10-NA Sabre/51-2807 while serving with the Alaska ANG 144th FIS.
BORT numbers enabled for Multiplayer (for historical Tail number use "805" or "807" in Mission Editor).
Tested with DCS 2.7.9

The liveries are semi-fictional because Alaskan ANG Sabres would have the BORT number on the wings too.
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F-86F Sabre
Type - Skin
Author - CHSubZero
Date - 01/23/2022 12:30:10
F-86E-10-NA Sabre 51-2738 FU-738 "Father Dan" was flown by Capt Floyd W Salze AND 2nd Lt. Sam P. Young, 51st FW, 25th FIS.
BORT numbers enabled for Multiplayer (for historical Tail number use "738" in Mission Editor).
Tested with DCS 2.7.9

The fighter was christened "FATHER DAN" by its pilot in honour of the 51st FW Chaplain, Jesuit priest Dan Campbell. Salze was an exceptional pilot who had claimed two Me 262 kills in WW2 flying P-51Ds. He had destroyed two MiG-15s in "FATHER DAN" by early June 1953. Looking for his fifth kill during a mission over 'MiG Alley' on 11 June, his luck ran out when his jet (F-86F-5 51-2938) suffered an engine failure and Salze was forced to eject over the Yellow Sea. Although a rescue helicopter was soon on the scene, the Sabre pilot drowned before he could be winched to safety. "FATHER DAN" survived the war and was eventually transferred to the 35th FW.
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