F/A-18C Hornet - VFA-136 Knighthawks (c.2007) v1.3

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F/A-18C Hornet - VFA-136 Knighthawks (c.2007) v1.3

F/A-18C Hornet - VFA-136 Knighthawks (c.2007) v1.3

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Автор - Tholozor
Дата - 19.03.2020 08:57
Pack contains 2 liveries of VFA-136 from their last combat deployment with the Legacy Hornet in 2007. During this time, the squadron was deployed aboard the USS Enterprise (CVN-65) with Carrier Air Wing 1 (CVW-1/AB). Combat operations were conducted in support of OIF and OEF over Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2008, the Knighthawks transitioned to the Lot 30 Super Hornet, and were the first squadron to perform initial carrier certification aboard the USS George H.W. Bush (CVN-77) in 2009.

- Generic livery (proper modex is 3xx series).
- CAG (AB-300/BuNo.163718) livery, flown by Captain Mark E. "Waldo" Wralstad.

FEATURES:
- Squadron-accurate static aircraft coverings.
- Pilots wear tan flight suits with corrected rank insignia and have accurate helmet markings.
- All paint colors accurate to Federal Standard colors as outlined in MIL-STD-2161

UPDATE: v1.1
- Adjusted wing U.S. National Roundel positions to be slightly more accurate.
- Added custom texture for AIM-9M-8 (proper variant for Navy aircraft).

UPDATE: v1.2
- Corrected missing vertical tail modex on CAG livery.
- Configured description.lua to use pre-existing appearance for thermally-protected bombs for GBU-10/12/16/31/38 and Mk-82/82SE/83/84 (reverts to standard appearance when dropped).

UPDATE: v1.3
- Corrected inconsistent weathering of the fuselage no-slip treads between the fore and aft sections.
- New pilot textures for more accurate CMU-33 vest, LPU-36/P life preserver, and commonly-worn Wiley X flight gloves.
- Adjusted pilot JHMCS visor opacity and coloration.
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