Flying from Bautimi in the South, this is a low level flying and navigation mission for two Hawks simulating the famous Mach Loop
The Mach Loop is a set of Welsh valleys, situated between Dolgellau in the north, and Machynlleth in the south (and from which the Mach Loop gets its name), which are regularly used for low level flight training, with flying as low as 250 feet (76 metres) from the nearest terrain.
If you want to see what it looks like in real life, and DCS check out this video:
A pack of four skins of Yugoslavian AF G-4 Super Galeb for the Hawk. It includes 1978 Prototype skin, 1984 Farnborough Airshow skin, 1990 Camouflage skin and 1990 Flying Stars aerobatic team (Letece zvezde) skin.
The Soko G-4 (N-62) Super Galeb two-seat advanced trainer and light attack aircraft first flew in 1978 and was introduced into the Yugoslavian Air Force in 1983/84 as a replacement for the G-2A Galeb. 90 G-4 aircraft were manufactured for the Yugoslavian Air Force and the type remains in...
2 liveries for the hawk
Here are 2 liveries I have made for the BAE Hawk
The 1st Astra Livery which was a test bed so to speak that had a duel control so the instructor could switch from conventional control to Fly By Wire
The 2nd is a two grey scheme for the Russian side.
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A L-39C skin of the Royal Air Force - XX218 - 208Sqn livery that the BAE Hawks at No. 208 Squadron in RAF Valley use for training.
Freeware - Free version, Unlimited distribution
This is a fictional '75 year Anniversary of Battle of Britain' livery, which reminds on the Czechoslowak pilots from the 312th Sqn RAF.
install unzipped folder to:
Freeware - Free version, Do Not Redistribute