Canadair Sabre Mk.5 23314 of the Sabre Transition Unit, RCAF Station Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada, circa 1964. Unzip the zipped file and then place the "STU 314 Ensign" folder into your DCS World\CoreMods\aircraft\F-86\Liveries\F-86F Sabre folder. Note - you may have to create both the Liveries ...
Date: 01/22/2020
Semi-historical skin of "Rufus", a Canadair-built Sabre Mk.2, provided to the USAF during the Korean War, and flown by F/L Ernie Glover, RCAF. For DCS World 2.5 Little known fact, Canada supplied 60 Sabre Mk.2 aircraft to the USAF during the Korean war while North American Aviation was running at full capacity, trying to keep up with USAF demands. These aircraft were delivered to California ...
Date: 01/22/2020
RCAF F-16C Viper (Fictional) Low Visibility Livery v1 FR // INSTALLATION: à installer manuellement ou préférablement avec JSGME Manuellement : Pour bien installer et que ça fonctionne, prendre le dossier de l'archive "CoreMods" ...
Date: 10/08/2019
... Canadian Air Force - Escadron 425 Squadron Alouettes - Low Visibility Grey (v03) <br /><br /> Inspiration from the actual real CF-18 Hornet default Grey-blue color scheme. <br /><br /> <br /><br /> This Fictionnal RCAF Livery is made for the Royal Canadian Air Force / 425 Alouettes Squadron - Grey, blue (inspiration from the CF-18 present day Grey-blue color scheme). This version is a revision from my v2 that should not be working now since Razbam changed ...
Date: 08/22/2019
Mirage M-2000C painted in the anti-flash white colour scheme of an RCAF CF-101 Voodoo interceptor, circa 1980. Pilot patches depict 416 All-Weather Fighter Squadron, CFB Chatham. I had to get really economical with space because the Mirage is dimensionally challenged, so some of the relative positions of markings ...
Date: 07/29/2019
Mk.IXc MJ832, coded DN-T of No. 416 "Lynx" Squadron, RCAF, based at RAF Station Tangmere, Sussex, UK, circa 1944. Flown by F/L Sten Lundberg. Unzip the file and place into your \DCS World\CoreMods\WWII Units\SpitfireLFMkIX\Liveries\SpitfireLFMkIX folder. Choose Canada or UK as your country to use this ...
Date: 07/23/2019
Spitfire Mk.IXc MJ986, coded KH-J of No. 403 "Wolf" Squadron, March, 1944. Flown by Norm Chevers of Niagara Falls, Ontario. Unzip the file and place into your \DCS World\CoreMods\WWII Units\SpitfireLFMkIX\Liveries\SpitfireLFMkIX folder. Choose Canada or UK as your country to use this skin. Skin English DCS: World 2.5 Spitfire LF Mk. IX Freeware - Free version, Do Not Redistribute 07/23/2019 17:41:52 331.0000
Date: 07/23/2019
Spitfire SM309, coded AU-H, of No. 421 "Red Indian" Squadron, RCAF, circa April, 1945. Flown by F/L Richard “Hap” Beall. Original aircraft was a Mk.XVIe with clipped wings, broad chord rudder and 20mm/.50 cal armament. Unzip the file and place into your \DCS World\CoreMods\WWII Units\SpitfireLFMkIX\Liveries\SpitfireLFMkIXCW ...
Date: 07/23/2019
Spitfire MK.IXc BS152, coded AE-W, of No. 402 "City of Winnipeg" Squadron, RCAF, based at Kenley aerodrome, UK, March, 1943. Flown by F/O Lorne Cameron, of Roland, Manitoba. Unzip the file and place into your \DCS World\CoreMods\WWII Units\SpitfireLFMkIX\Liveries\SpitfireLFMkIX folder. Choose Canada or UK as your country to ...
Date: 07/23/2019
Spitfire MK.IXc EN398, coded AE-B, of No. 402 "City of Winnipeg" Squadron, RCAF, based at Kenley aerodrome, UK, March, 1943. Flown by P/O Ian Keltie DFC, of Millet, Alberta. Popeye nose art below left hand exhaust stacks. Code letters are believed to have been Sky, outlined in Yellow. EN398 went on to later fame as the personal ...
Date: 07/23/2019

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