In the 1960s, the Guatemalan Air Force used 30 F-51D Mustang as strike aircraft and basic interceptor, supplied from surplus US stocks. The service period was from 1954 to the early 1970s.
Fuerza Aerea de Nicaragua (GN) purchased 26 P-51D Mustangs from Sweden in 1954 and later received 30 P-51D Mustangs from the U.S. together with two TF-51 models from MAP after 1954. All aircraft of this type were retired from service by 1964.
v3: "Fuerza Aérea Nicaragüense" added
v2: Dirt updated...
In early June of 1943, through aerial surveillance, it is believed that the Germans have constructed a new, large fighter plane factory as well as several weapons factories in Caen, France. In addition to this, the Allies have evidence of other increased industrial growth in the town. As part of Operation Pointblank, your job as squadron leader of the 375th, is to help escort on a bombing run to Caen, and follow them back home. *** Utilizes WWII Assets Pack, simulated bombing to reduce frame rate...
This is the 1st in a series of SQUADRON training missions. There is confirmed evidence of an imminent attack on Ford airbase. Your job will be to lead your squadron to the enemy, destroy all enemy groups, and RTB at Ford air base with minimal casualties.
SPECIAL FEATURES: ** Unit AI OFF when out of moving zone ** "Lucky Gas Tank Shot" feature (enemy explodes) ** Enemy Units eliminated upon RTB ** Uses WWII ASSETS **
You are to engage your first enemy squadron by flying 260 deg. southwest...
A mission i put together to test normandy, fixed wing, helicopters, ships and combined arms
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this mission has MIST, CTLD AND FLAK SCRIPT
Fixed wing take off from england WP1 rendevouz with ships WP2 target area WP3 LAND,
HELICOPTERS TAKE OFF FROM ships ctld is running use through radio menu and F10 to carry troops vehicles deploy them to the warzone
WP1 drop off area FOLLOW THE...
P51D Short Fuse Sallee assigned to Capt.Richard E.Turner
an other one ;-) for DCS 2. Works also on 1.5
DCS: World 2.0
Freeware - Free version,...
Here's an idea that came from IL2 skinning days - I've just extended it to DCS skins
This might be helpful in finding those 'hidden' bits and pieces on the image file. One can superimpose the image (with light opacity) over your editing image