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« Respuesta #151 : noviembre 29, 2015, 06:30:45 am »
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F-4 Phantom II Version 2.0

F-4 Phantom II Version 2.0


Ver. 2.0 Features

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1) The FM was modelled using FM Debug Tools provided by benitomuso (PAL). This new tool allowed me a more accurate and fast modeling of stall and turns characteristics;

2) Another new feature, a new code for energy bleed in turns vs speed, now the energy loss in turns is more balanced along the spectrum of the speeds, for both standard or flaps configuration;

3)New advanced lift code, it simulate lift degradation when speed increase near transonic speeds and in supersonic flight;

4) Realistic engine acceleration time;

5) New advanced Engine code, it simulate afterburner & static thrust modifications when change altitudes;

6) Upgraded FM;

7) Now you can manage autopilot too, Keys are Misc_1, Misc_ 2 & Misc_3;

8 ) Radar text;

9) New ventral droptank;




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WIKI
The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II[N 1] is a tandem two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor aircraft/fighter-bomber originally developed for the United States Navy by McDonnell Aircraft.
It first entered service in 1960 with the U.S. Navy. Proving highly adaptable, it was also adopted by the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Air Force, and by the mid-1960s had become a major part of their respective air wings.

The Phantom is a large fighter with a top speed of over Mach 2.2. It can carry more than 18,000 pounds (8,400 kg) of weapons on nine external hardpoints, including air-to-air missiles, air-to-ground missiles, and various bombs. The F-4, like other interceptors of its time, was designed without an internal cannon. Later models incorporated an M61 Vulcan rotary cannon. Beginning in 1959, it set 15 world records for in-flight performance, including an absolute speed record, and an absolute altitude record.

During the Vietnam War, the F-4 was used extensively; it served as the principal air superiority fighter for both the Navy and Air Force, and became important in the ground-attack and aerial reconnaissance roles late in the war. The Phantom has the distinction of being the last U.S. fighter flown to attain ace status in the 20th century. During the Vietnam War, the U.S. Air Force had one pilot and two weapon systems officers (WSOs), and the US Navy had one pilot and one radar intercept officer (RIO) become aces by achieving five aerial kills against enemy fighter Aircraft

Early in production, the radar was upgraded to a larger Westinghouse AN/APQ-72, necessitating the bulbous nose, and the canopy was reworked to improve visibility and make the rear cockpit less claustrophobic.[21] During its career the Phantom underwent many changes in the form of numerous variants developed.


VF-74 was the first operational U.S. Navy Phantom squadron in 1961
The USAF received Phantoms as the result of Defense Secretary Robert McNamara's push to create a unified fighter for all branches of the military. After an F-4B won the "Operation Highspeed" fly-off against the Convair F-106 Delta Dart, the USAF borrowed two Naval F-4Bs, temporarily designating them F-110A "Spectre" in January 1962, and developed requirements for their own version. Unlike the navy's focus on interception, the USAF emphasized a fighter-bomber role. With McNamara's unification of designations on 18 September 1962, the Phantom became the F-4 with the naval version designated F-4B and USAF F-4C. The first air force Phantom flew on 27 May 1963, exceeding Mach 2 on its maiden flight.



The USN operated the F4H-1 (re-designated F-4A in 1962) with J79-GE-2 and -2A engines of 16,100 lbf (71.62 kN) thrust and later builds receiving -8 engines. A total of 45 F-4As were built and none saw combat and most ended up as test or training aircraft. The USN and USMC received the first definitive Phantom, the F-4B which was equipped with the Westinghouse APQ-72 radar (pulse only), a Texas Instruments AAA-4 Infra-red search and track pod under the nose, an AN/AJB-3 bombing system and powered by J79-GE-8,-8A and -8B engines of 10,900 lbf (48.5 kN) dry and 16,950 lbf (75.4 kN) afterburner (reheat) with the first flight on 25 March 1961. 649 F-4Bs were built with deliveries beginning in 1961 and VF-121 Pacemakers receiving the first examples at NAS Miramar.

The F-4J had improved air-to-air and ground-attack capability; deliveries begun in 1966 and ended in 1972 with 522 built. It was equipped with J79-GE-10 engines with 17,844 lbf (79.374 kN) thrust, the Westinghouse AN/AWG-10 Fire Control System (making the F-4J the first fighter in the world with operational look-down/shoot-down capability), a new integrated missile control system and the AN/AJB-7 bombing system for expanded ground attack capability.The F-4J also introduced the Sidewinder Expanded Acquisition Mode, or SEAM, which permitted off-boresight targeting of enemy aircraft by slaving the AIM-9 Sidewinder's infra-red seeker head to the radar.


Phantom II production ended in the United States in 1979 after 5,195 had been built (5,057 by McDonnell Douglas and 138 in Japan by Mitsubishi). Of these, 2,874 went to the USAF, 1,264 to the Navy and Marine Corps, and the rest to foreign customers.[2] The last U.S.-built F-4 went to South Korea, while the last F-4 built was an F-4EJ built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Japan and delivered on 20 May 1981.[31] As of 2008, 631 Phantoms were in service worldwide, while the Phantom also remains in use as a target drone operated by the U.S. military.



In air combat, the Phantom's greatest advantage was its thrust, which permitted a skilled pilot to engage and disengage from the fight at will.
The massive aircraft, designed to fire radar-guided missiles from beyond visual range, lacked the agility of its Soviet opponents and was subject to adverse yaw during hard maneuvering. Although thus subject to irrecoverable spins during aileron rolls, pilots reported the aircraft to be very communicative and easy to fly on the edge of its performance envelope. In 1972, the F-4E model was upgraded with leading edge slats on the wing, greatly improving high angle of attack maneuverability at the expense of top speed.




 The J79 engines produced noticeable amounts of black smoke (at mid-throttle/cruise settings), a severe disadvantage in that the enemy could spot the aircraft. This was solved on the F-4S fitted with the ?10A engine variant which used a smokeless combustor.

The F-4's biggest weakness, as it was initially designed, was its lack of an internal cannon. For a brief period, doctrine held that turning combat would be impossible at supersonic speeds and little effort was made to teach pilots air combat maneuvering. In reality, engagements quickly became subsonic, as pilots would slow down in an effort to get behind their adversaries. Furthermore, the relatively new heat-seeking and radar-guided missiles at the time were frequently reported as unreliable and pilots had to use multiple shots (also known as ripple-firing), just to hit one enemy fighter. To compound the problem, rules of engagement in Vietnam precluded long-range missile attacks in most instances, as visual identification was normally required. Many pilots found themselves on the tail of an enemy aircraft but too close to fire short-range Falcons or Sidewinders. Although by 1965 USAF F-4Cs began carrying SUU-16 external gunpods containing a 20 mm (.79 in) M61A1 Vulcan Gatling cannon, USAF cockpits were not equipped with lead-computing gunsights until the introduction of the SUU-23, virtually assuring a miss in a maneuvering fight. Some Marine Corps aircraft carried two pods for strafing. In addition to the loss of performance due to drag, combat showed the externally mounted cannon to be inaccurate unless frequently boresighted, yet far more cost-effective than missiles. The lack of a cannon was finally addressed by adding an internally mounted 20 mm (.79 in) M61A1 Vulcan on the F-4E.





Although there are in IL2 the F-16s and F-18s, the Phantom remains the faster plane in game, with better ceiling and with better supersonic acceleration.

You can reach more than mach 2.2, fly level at 18000m and make a zoomclimb till 27/28000m after a good run.

At low speeds it is unwieldy and dangerous engage the Mig-21s , which could outturn you easily (expecially F-4B and D), but you can overcome them in turn at high speed , where you'll also have a better energy conservation.

The F-4E is generally better in dogfight compared to the second generation of the Fishbed , but must be careful to MiG-21bis, that have close subsonical performances.

This plane is excellent in Boom & Zoom tactics, if you use barrel roll and High yo yo and you will have excellent chance of wins against all vintage Jets.

Obviously your Sparrows and your radar give you a big advantage against them, before that dogfight start.


The Phantom is also an excellent ground attack Aircraft, versatile and with a large load.

This mod have all western221 upgrades of 1.31 and 1.4 versions

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credits

LC_Crafts: original external 3D model
OC-Tiger: Skins and template
Wasted: Java class, cockpit texture, skins, ordinaces, FM, sound
Ton414: Cockpit texture
cromhunt: Cockpit texture
Mario71:Java class
Batbomb: Skins and template
Vega: FM and Java
The_Alaska_Man and 51sfts_FC for extensive researches and testing

Thanks Beowolff, Checkyersix, Rock, F22-Raptor-2006, Anto, US_Grant and Deutschmark for support

Benitomuso: FM debug tools

SAS_S3: version 1.0

Western221: version 1.31 and 1.4

Vega: version 2.0



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Version 2.0 add Radar text mod, AN/APQ 109 for F-4B/D/J, AN/APQ 120 for F-4E, last one have worse radar performances cause smaller antenna, but you can discover an enemy fighter at 60 km

Your WSO will tell you enemy position!





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F-4B   air.F_4B   2 NOINFO usa01 SUMMER
F-4D   air.F_4D   2 NOINFO usa01 SUMMER
F-4E   air.F_4E   2 NOINFO usa01 SUMMER
F-4J   air.F_4J   2 NOINFO usa01 SUMMER

plane.properties
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F-4B   F-4B Phantom II, 1960
F-4D   F-4D Phantom II, 1966
F-4E   F-4E Phantom II, 1967
F-4J   F-4J Phantom II, 1967

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For those of us who fly with minimal or no text, it's a little more bearable with a smaller font adjustment:

font/arialb12.font

The same font is used for mission briefings so any size/transparency adjustment affects that also.

Every font .mat is based on default.mat, but you can also give each font it's own personalized .mat, and
add a ColorScale value for transparency:

For example, arialb12.mat (arialb12.font was changed from arialbd.ttf to arial.ttf):

[ClassInfo]
  ClassName TMaterial
[Layer0]
  TextureName default.tga
  ColorScale 1.0 1.0 1.0 0.5
  tfWrapX    1
  tfWrapY    1
  tfModulate 1
  tfBlend 1
  tfNoWriteZ 1
  tfTestA    1
  AlphaTestVal 0

This will make the onscreen text semi-transparent.



For anyone who needs the fonts, they are in PAL Visual Mod and a few other font mods here.




WARNING!! TO RUN THIS MOD YOU NEED:


JET ERA
http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,15649.0.html

COMMON UTILS
http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php?topic=40490.0

AND THE NEW WEAPONS PACK VER. 1.2
http://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,48603.0.html

DOWNLOAD THE F-4 V 2.0!!



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Re:El Baul del avioncero justiciero- MOSCARDON DEL CIELO
« Respuesta #152 : noviembre 29, 2015, 06:36:52 am »
Un imprescindible sobre los cielos de Vietnam  :o

We are proud to introduce you the "Thud"!



Probably the largest and heavy single engine aircraft that ever existed, with the beautiful 3d by Ranwers



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WIKI
The Republic F-105 Thunderchief was a supersonic fighter-bomber used by the United States Air Force. The Mach 2 capable F-105 conducted the majority of strike bombing missions during the early years of the Vietnam War; it was the only U.S. aircraft to have been removed from combat due to high loss rates. Originally designed as a single-seat, nuclear-attack aircraft, a two-seat Wild Weasel version was later developed for the specialized Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) role against surface-to-air missile sites. The F-105 was commonly known as the "Thud" by its crews.

As a follow-on to the Mach 1 capable North American F-100 Super Sabre, the F-105 was also armed with missiles and a cannon; however, its design was tailored to high-speed low-altitude penetration carrying a single nuclear weapon internally. First flown in 1955, the Thunderchief entered service in 1958. The F-105 could deliver a greater bomb load than some American heavy bombers of World War II such as the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and Consolidated B-24 Liberator. The F-105 was one of the primary attack aircraft of the Vietnam War; over 20,000 Thunderchief sorties were flown, with 382 aircraft lost including 62 operational (non-combat) losses (out of the 833 produced). Although less agile than smaller MiG fighters, USAF F-105s were credited with 27.5 kills.

During the war, the single-seat F-105D was the primary aircraft delivering the heavy bomb loads against the various military targets. Meanwhile, the two-seat F-105F and F-105G Wild Weasel variants became the first dedicated Suppression of Enemy Air Defenses (SEAD) platforms, fighting against the Soviet-built S-75 Dvina (NATO reporting name: SA-2 Guideline) surface-to-air missiles. Two Wild Weasel pilots were awarded the Medal of Honor for attacking North Vietnamese surface-to-air missile sites, with one shooting down two MiG-17s the same day. The dangerous missions often required them to be the "first in, last out", suppressing enemy air defenses while strike aircraft accomplished their missions and then left the area.

The Thunderchief was the largest single-seat, single-engine combat aircraft in history, weighing approximately 50,000 pounds (23,000 kg).[3] It could exceed the speed of sound at sea level and reach Mach 2 at high altitude; the F-105 could carry up to 14,000 lb (6,400 kg) of bombs and missiles. The Thunderchief was later replaced as a strike aircraft over North Vietnam by both the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II and the swing-wing General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark. However, the "Wild Weasel" variants of the F-105 remained in service until 1984 after being replaced by the specialized F-4G "Wild Weasel V".



In March 1956, the USAF placed a further order for 65 F-105Bs and 17 RF-105Bs. In order to conduct the nuclear mission, an MA-8 fire control system, AN/APG-31 ranging radar, and K-19 gunsight to allow for toss bombing were integrated. The first pre-production YF-105B flew on 26 May 1956.Five of the F-105C trainer variant were added to the procurement plan in June 1956, before being canceled in 1957. The RF-105 reconnaissance variant was canceled in July 1956.The first production F-105B was accepted by the Air Force on 27 May 1957.In June 1957, Republic Aviation requested that the F-105 be named Thunderchief, continuing the sequence of the company's Thunder-named aircraft: P-47 Thunderbolt, F-84 Thunderjet, and F-84F Thunderstreak. The USAF made the name official a month later.

To fulfill the Air Force requirement for all-weather attack, Republic proposed the F-105D variant in 1957. This version featured an enlarged nose and radome housing the AN/ASG-19 Thunderstick bombing/navigation system. The AN/ASG-19 was designed around the Autonetics R-14A radar, which operated in both air-to-air and air-to-ground modes, and the AN/APN-131 Doppler navigation radar. In the cockpit, the F-105D featured vertical-tape instrument displays for adverse weather operation. The ability to carry the TX-43 nuclear weapon was also added. The RF-105 reconnaissance development was also restarted, now based on the F-105D. The first D-model took its maiden flight on 9 June 1959.[20] Plans to build over 1,500 F-105Ds were cut short when Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara decided to equip no more than seven combat wings with the type. In November 1961, production was cut in favor of the Air Force adopting the Navy's F-4 Phantom II, and in the longer term, the General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark of the TFX program.

The final 143 Thunderchiefs built were of the two-seat F-105F trainer variant. Based on the F-105D, this model was 31 inches (79 cm) longer to provide room for the rear cockpit; otherwise, the aircraft had similar flight performance to the preceding F-105D. A total of 833 F-105s were completed before production ended in 1964. The F-105 had been designed for a short nuclear campaign, leading to shortcomings that became evident in a lengthy conventional war, such as a poor hydraulics layout and fuel tanks that were not self-sealing.Subsequent upgrades improved the reliability and weapons capacity of the existing F-105Ds. In response to the surface-to-air missile (SAM) threat experienced in the skies above Vietnam, dozens of F-105Fs were converted into anti-radar "Wild Weasel" aircraft, culminating with the F-105G.




The F-105 was a mid-wing monoplane with a 45° swept wing and tail surfaces. The single engine was fed by two intakes in the wing roots, leaving the nose free for a radome housing the multi-mode radar. Its fuselage provided room for 1,184 US gallons (4,480 L) of fuel and an internal bomb bay. The bomb bay measured 15 feet 10 inches (4.83 m) by 32 in (0.81 m) by 32 in (0.81 m); it was originally to carry a single nuclear weapon but typically held an additional 350 US gal (1,300 L) fuel tank. It featured four under-wing and one centerline pylon; the two inner wing and centerline pylons were capable of accepting fuel from 450 and 650 US gal (1,700 and 2,500 L) drop tanks. Two outer dry stations were wired for missiles or bombs. One M61 Vulcan (initially designated T-171E3) 20 mm 6-barrel Gatling-style cannon was installed in the left side of the nose. A short-range AIM-9 Sidewinder air-to-air missile could be carried on each of the outer wing pylons.

The F-105 was designed primarily for low-level interdiction and its low-altitude speed was its greatest asset when dealing with enemy fighters such as the MiG-17/J-5s and MiG-21. The F-105 managed 27.5 air-to-air victories.[35] Based on combat experience, the F-105D was updated with a better ejection seat, additional armor, improved gun sights, and Electronic Counter Measures (ECM) pods on the wings.

Former North American F-86 Sabre pilot Jerry Noel Hoblit recalled being in awe of the F-105's size after seeing it for the first time; he could not manage to reach the air intake lip even with a running jump. The F-105 had a spacious cockpit with good visibility and layout (particularly after introduction of "tape" instruments); the advanced electronics were easy to learn and operate. Takeoffs and landings were often performed in the 230 mph (370 km/h) range. The spoilers provided good roll control at all speeds and the distinctive four-petal airbrakes (which also opened slightly when the afterburner was engaged to allow for the larger flow of exhaust gases) were highly effective even at supersonic speeds. Loss of control due to a spin or complications of adverse yaw required deliberate effort from the pilot and spontaneous spin recovery was rapid.

The initial reaction of the fighter pilot community to their new aircraft was lukewarm. Between its massive dimensions and troubled early service life, the F-105 had garnered a number of uncomplimentary nicknames. In addition to the aforementioned "Thud", nicknames included the "Squat Bomber", "Lead Sled", and the "Hyper Hog" and/or "Ultra Hog".[38] The latter two names arose from the F-105's predecessors, the Republic P-47 Thunderbolt and F-84 Thunderstreak, nicknamed "Hog" and "Super Hog", respectively. According to F-105 pilots and crews, the "Thud" nickname was inspired by the character "Chief Thunderthud" from the Howdy Doody television series.

The aircraft's offensive capabilities were sarcastically referred to as a "Triple Threat" — it could bomb you, strafe you, or fall on you. Positive aspects, such as the F-105's responsive controls, strong performance at high speed and low altitude, and its outfit of electronics won over some pilots. For some, "Thud" was a term of endearment; retroactively the RF-84F Thunderflash became known as "Thud's Mother". F-105 pilot Colonel Jack Broughton said of the nickname: "The Thud has justified herself, and the name that was originally spoken with a sneer has become one of utmost respect through the air fraternity".






 
The F-105B entered USAF service with the Tactical Air Command's 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron of the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing in August 1958, although the squadron did not become fully operational until 1959.[19] On 11 December 1959, an F-105B piloted by Brig Gen Joseph Moore (commander of the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing) set a world record of 1,216.48 miles per hour (1,958 km/h) over a 62 miles (100 km) circuit. Difficulties with its avionics and the MA-8 fire-control system were experienced early on; typically the F-105 required 150 hours of maintenance for each flying hour. Most of these problems were addressed under Project Optimize. The lack of spares resulted in the entire F-105B fleet being briefly grounded in 1960.[58][59] In 1964, modified F-105Bs with ballast replacing the cannon, fuselage and wing reinforcement for aerobatics, and the addition of a smoke generator, briefly flew with the United States Air Force Thunderbirds demonstration team. After only six shows, a fatal accident from overstressing the airframe led to the reintroduction of the F-100 Super Sabre.

By 1964, the F-105B was relegated to USAF Air National Guard (ANG) squadrons.  It was replaced in frontline service by the definitive F-105D whose advanced NASARR R-14A radar and AN/ASG-19 Thunderstick fire-control system gave it all-weather capability. The R-14A radar also added a terrain-following radar capability, while a completely new instrument panel was fitted, replacing dial-type instrument with vertical tape instruments which were easier to read in combat. In order to accommodate the new radar, with a much larger radar dish, the forward fuselage was redesigned, increasing overall length by 16 inches (41 cm).


The F-105D entered service with the 335th TFS in September 1960, although it was not fully operational on the F-105D until early 1961.
 The first overseas F-105 units formed in West Germany in 1961, with the 36th Tactical Fighter Wing at Bitburg Air Base in May and the 49th Tactical Fighter Wing at Spangdahlem Air Base in October. Both wings had a primary tactical nuclear strike role for NATO. The F-105D was also deployed to the Pacific, with the 18th Tactical Fighter Wing at Kadena in Okinawa converting in 1962 and the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing converting from 1963.

Like the F-105B, the F-105D's early career was plagued with maintenance problems and in-flight failures. The origins of the nickname "Thud" were obscure; some claim that it stood for the sound of an F-105 crashing into the ground. The entire F-105D fleet was grounded in December 1961 and then again in June 1962. Many of the issues were worked out during the production run and by 1964, early F-105Ds were upgraded with these fixes under Project Look Alike, although engine failures and fuel system problems persisted until 1967.

Meanwhile, the USAF was gradually changing the anticipated F-105 mission from nuclear interdiction to conventional bombing. The Look Alike upgrades increased the aircraft's capacity from four to 16 conventional 750 lb (340 kg) bombs on underwing and fuselage centerline hardpoints and added the equipment to launch AGM-12 Bullpup air-to-ground missiles. In June 1961, an F-105D delivered 15,430 lb (7,000 kg) of conventional bombs during a USAF test—at the time a record for a single-engine aircraft with a payload three times heavier than American four-engine heavy bombers of World War II such as the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and the Consolidated B-24 Liberator, though aerial refueling would be required for long missions.[70] One of the F-105Ds was named Memphis Belle II after the famed World War II B-17.



Vietnam War

 In spite of a troubled early service life, the F-105 became the dominant attack aircraft early in the Vietnam War. The F-105 could carry more than twice the bomb load farther and faster than the F-100, which was used mostly in South Vietnam. In a foreshadowing of its Wild Weasel role, the first F-105D combat mission of the war involved an attack on 14 August 1964 against an anti-aircraft artillery site on Plaine des Jarres.This mission was carried out by aircraft of the 36th TFS, 6441st Tactical Fighter Wing deployed from Yokota Air Base, Japan to Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand.
The first Thunderchief lost in the war also occurred during this mission, although the pilot managed to return the aircraft to Korat.
The first strike mission took place on 13 January 1965 with the destruction of the Ben Ken bridge in Laos.In early 1965 additional F-105 squadrons were deployed to Korat and Takhli air bases in Thailand. At the start of Operation Rolling Thunder in March 1965, large numbers of F-105Ds were shipped to these bases to participate in intense bombing missions.

On 3 April 1965, a total of 79 aircraft, including 45 F-105 Thunderchiefs, were sent against the Thanh Hoa Bridge, nicknamed "Dragon's Jaw".
The next day, enemy MiGs were encountered during a second run upon the bridge; a total of eight MiG-17s faced 46 F-105s escorted by a MiGCAP flight of 21 F-100 Super Sabres. The MiG-17s evaded the escorts using altitude and cloud cover, instead focusing upon the bomb-laden Thunderchiefs. Two Thunderchiefs were lost to the MiG-17s; a third, thought to be lost to groundfire, was later claimed by the North as downed by a MiG-17. An F-100 claimed the only probable MiG-17 kill, although a Vietnamese pilot believes three of his comrades were shot down by F-105s. One F-105 piloted narrowly escaped. USAF Chief of Staff General John P. McConnell was "hopping mad" to hear that two F-105s had been shot down by Korean War-era subsonic North Vietnamese MiGs.
The Thanh Hoa Bridge proved resistant to aerial bombing, multiple missions were flown to damage the bridge both by F-105s and U.S. Navy aircraft.

In December 1966, the VPAF's MiG-21 pilots of the 921st regiment downed 14 F-105s without any losses.[82]

On a typical combat mission into North Vietnam, the F-105D carried two 450 US gal (1,700 L) wing-mounted fuel tanks, a 390 US gal (1,500 L) fuel tank in the bomb bay, and five 1,000 lb (450 kg) or six 750 lb (340 kg) bombs, and required inflight refueling going to and sometimes returning from Hanoi 700 mi (1,100 km) distant. F-105s flying in the vicinity of Hanoi would routinely travel around mountainous terrain nicknamed Thud Ridge to evade the air defenses surrounding the city.
Colonel Jack Broughton, an F-105 pilot in Vietnam, noted the demands of flying close to Hanoi gave "simply no room for error".

On 11 August 1967, F-105Ds from 335th Tactical Fighter Squadron with support from F-105 Wild Weasels from 338th Tactical Fighter Squadron made the first of many successful attacks on the Paul Doumer bridge over the Red River.
Flying low-altitude missions and conducting dive bombings forced the F-105s into range of North Vietnamese anti-aircraft guns, sometimes coming under heavy fire.

USAF F-105s were escorted by F-4s to protect them against enemy fighters. However, the Thunderchief was officially credited with 27.5 air-to-air victories against North Vietnamese aircraft at the cost of 17 aircraft lost to enemy fighters (North Vietnamese pilots claimed to have shot down an additional 23 F-105s but none have been confirmed by USAF). All victories were against MiG-17s. Of these 24.5 were shot down with cannon fire (one victory was shared with an F-4), and three with AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles.
One F-105F is unofficially credited with downing three MiGs—one by air-to-air missile, the second by cannon fire and the third by jettisoning the centerline rack full of bombs directly into the path of a surprised MiG.

On 31 May 1968, a dedication ceremony took place at the United States Air Force Academy to honor graduates who had served in Vietnam. An F-105, which had been assembled using parts from ten different F-105s that had seen service in Vietnam, was placed on permanent static display.
The ceremony included the entire cadet wing, the superintendent and commandant of cadets of the USAFA, a representative of Republic Aircraft, members of the press, among others. To conclude the ceremony, a flight of four F-105s from McConnell AFB were to fly over in formation at 1,000 feet above the ground and then fly over singly at 250 feet. The formation portion happened as planned. But the flight leader, Lt Col James "Black Matt" Matthews, came back for the single-file pass and exceeded the speed of sound at less than 100 feet. The ensuing sonic boom broke hundreds of windows and fifteen people sustained cuts.

Medal of Honor recipients

Two Wild Weasel pilots received the Medal of Honor:

USAF Captain Merlyn H. Dethlefsen was awarded the Medal of Honor and Capt Kevin "Mike" Gilroy the Air Force Cross for an F-105F Wild Weasel mission on 10 March 1967, flying F-105F, serial number 63-8352.
After their aircraft was damaged by ground fire, Dethlefsen and Gilroy elected to stay in the skies above the steel works at Thai Nguyen until the SAM site was found and destroyed.

USAF Captain Leo K. Thorsness was awarded the Medal of Honor and Capt Harold Johnson the Air Force Cross for an F-105F Wild Weasel mission on 19 April 1967, flying F-105F, serial number 63-8301. Thorsness and Johnson protected an attempted rescue of another Wild Weasel crew that had been shot down, in the process destroying two MiG-17s. After running out of ammunition, Thorsness and Johnson continued to act as decoys to draw the MiGs away from the rescue aircraft.






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Re:El Baul del avioncero justiciero- MOSCARDON DEL CIELO
« Respuesta #153 : noviembre 29, 2015, 06:38:02 am »
This mod introduce a new feature, a code for energy bleed in turns vs speed, now the energy loss in turns is more balanced along the spectrum of the speeds.

As other released mods, the F-105 have the code that simulate lift/speed change

The FM was modelled using FM Debug Tools provided by benitomuso (PAL).

This new tool allowed a more accurate and fast modeling of stall and turns characteristics.


The plane is released in 2 variants:

Standard F-105D, and 2 seat F-105F with full ground attack capacity.

Answer for who will make questions about internal bay

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This plane in RL have an internal bay, this bay in Vietnam was always used for storing an additional tank to increase the autonomy.
 According with Ranwers was decided to not to use the bomb bay to carry weapons but only for the additional fuel, as was done in 100 % of the operational missions.
The additional quantity of 300 gallons, therefore, is already considered to be standard fuel.

This plane is fast but have poor maneuvrability, expecially at low speeds, so.......

If you meet a Mig-17, run....

If you meet a Mig-19, run....

If you meet a Mig-21, run and dive, because the Fishbed is faster at medium altitudes, on the contrary the Thud is faster near the deck.

You can only make high speed attacks with your M-61 Vulcan and with your Aim-9B.....remind to drop bombs first!

As i tell you first, this plane is big and heavy, don't let it in stall!

The Thud have a water injection boost, it will give you a bit of thrust more for a few minutes.


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Credits:

Ranwers: 3d works
Western: Java, 3d fixes, M118 Bomb, aerial refuel stuffs, static version
Storebror: Java
Benitomuso: FM Debug tools
Vega: Java, FM, loadouts, slot and new codes


air.ini

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F-105D         air.F_105D                            NOINFO  usa01 SUMMER
F-105F         air.F_105F                            NOINFO  usa01 SUMMER

plane

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F-105D  F-105D Thunderchief, 1960
F-105F  F-105F Thunderchief, 1963


readme for stationary

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--- stationary.ini ---

[StationaryPlanes]

F_105D            vehicles.planes.F_105static$F_105D             1
F_105F            vehicles.planes.F_105static$F_105F             1

---  ---

--- technics.ini ---

//======================================================================
//
// Stacionary planes
//
//======================================================================

[F_105D]
Description    F_105D
Icon           Plane
Class          air.F_105D
PanzerBodyFront      0.004
Explode              WagonMetal

[F_105F]
Description    F_105F
Icon           Plane
Class          air.F_105F
PanzerBodyFront      0.004
Explode              WagonMetal

---  ---





weapons

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#####################################################################
# F-105D
#####################################################################
F-105D.default                           Default
F-105D.4xAIM9B                           4x AIM-9B
F-105D.2x450gal                          2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.4xAIM9B+2x450gal                  4x AIM-9B + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.4xMk82                            4x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105D.4xMk82Daisy                       4x 500lbs Mk82 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105D.4xM117                            4x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105D.4xM117Daisy                       4x 750lbs M117 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105D.4xMk83                            4x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105D.2xMk84+2xMk83                     2x 2000lbs Mk84 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.2xMk84+5xMk83                     2x 2000lbs Mk84 + 5x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.2xMk84+3xMk83+1xQRC160+Flares     2x2000lbs Mk84 + 3x1000lbs Mk83 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.3xMk84+2xMk83                     3x 2000lbs Mk84 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.3xMk84+1xQRC160+Flares            3x 2000lbs Mk84 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.2xMk84+2xMk83+1x650gal            2x2000lbs Mk84 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 650gal Dt
F-105D.2xMk84+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   2x2000lbs Mk84 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105D.2xMk83+2x450gal                   2x 1000lbs Mk83 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.1xMk84+2xMk83+2x450gal            1x2000lbs Mk84 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.2xM117+2x450gal                   2x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.6xM117                            6x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105D.6xM117Daisy                       6x 750lbs M117 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105D.6xMk83                            6x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105D.9xMk83                            9x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105D.6xCBU24                           6x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105D.2xM118+2xMk83                     2x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.2xM118+5xMk83                     2x 3000lbs M118 + 5x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.2xM118+3xMk83+1xQRC160+Flares     2x3000lbs M118 + 3x1000lbs Mk83 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.3xM118+2xMk83                     3x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105D.3xM118+2xM117                     3x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 750lbs M117
F-105D.3xM118+1xQRC160+Flares            3x 3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.2xM118+2xMk83+1x650gal            2x3000lbs M118 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 650gal Dt
F-105D.2xM118+2xM117+1x650gal            2x3000lbs M118 + 2x750lbs M117 + 650gal Dt
F-105D.2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105D.1xM118+2xMk83+2x450gal            1x3000lbs M118 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.10xMk82                           10x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105D.10xMk82_6Daisy                    10x 500lbs Mk82 (6 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105D.10xMk82SnakeEye                   10x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye bombs
F-105D.10xM117                           10x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105D.10xM117_6Daisy                    10x 750lbs M117 (6 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105D.10xCBU24                          10x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105D.10xMk82+1x650gal                  10x 500lbs Mk82 + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.10xMk82_6Daisy+1x650gal           10x 500lbs Mk82 (6Daisy) + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.10xMk82SnakeEye+1x650gal          10x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.10xMk82+1xM118                    10x 500lbs Mk82 + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.10xMk82_6Daisy+1xM118             10x 500lbs Mk82 (6Daisy) + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.10xM117+1x650gal                  10x 750lbs M117 + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.10xM117_6Daisy+1x650gal           10x 750lbs M117 (6Daisy) + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.10xM117+1xM118                    10x 750lbs M117 + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.10xM117_6Daisy+1xM118             10x 750lbs M117 (6Daisy) + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.8xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105D.8xMk82_4Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal    8x500lbs Mk82(4Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+650gal Dt
F-105D.8xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x500lbs Mk82SE + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105D.8xMk82+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     8x500lbs Mk82 + 1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.8xMk82_4Daisy+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      8x500lbs Mk82(4Daisy)+1x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105D.8xM117+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105D.8xM117_4Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal    8x750lbs M117(4Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+650gal Dt
F-105D.8xM117+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     8x750lbs M117 + 1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.8xM117_4Daisy+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      8x750lbs M117(4Daisy)+1x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105D.10xCBU24+1x650gal                 10x CBU-24 Cluster + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.8xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal  8x CBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.8xMk82+2x450gal                   8x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.8xMk82_5Daisy+2x450gal            8x 500lbs Mk82 (5Daisy) + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.8xMk82SnakeEye+2x450gal           8x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.8xMk82+2xM118                     8x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.8xMk82_5Daisy+2xM118              8x 500lbs Mk82 (5Daisy) + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.8xM117+2x450gal                   8x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.8xM117_5Daisy+2x450gal            8x 750lbs M117 (5Daisy) + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.8xM117+2xM118                     8x 750lbs M117 + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.8xM117_5Daisy+2xM118              8x 750lbs M117 (5Daisy) + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105D.8xCBU24+2x450gal                  8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.6xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x 500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xMk82_3Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal    6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x500lbs Mk82SE + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xMk82+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     6x500lbs Mk82 + 2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.6xMk82_3Daisy+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy)+2x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105D.6xM117+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xM117_3Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal    6x750lbs M117(3Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xM117+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     6x750lbs M117 + 2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.6xM117_3Daisy+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      6x750lbs M117(3Daisy)+2x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105D.6xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal  6xCBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105D.16xMk82                           16x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105D.16xMk82_9Daisy                    16x 500lbs Mk82 (9 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105D.16xMk82SnakeEye                   16x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye bombs
F-105D.16xM117                           16x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105D.16xM117_9Daisy                    16x 750lbs M117 (9 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105D.16xCBU24                          16x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105D.14xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares           14x 500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.14xMk82_7Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares    14x 500lbs Mk82 (7Daisy) + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.14xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares   14x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.14xM117+1xQRC160+Flares           14x 750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.14xM117_7Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares    14x 750lbs M117 (7Daisy) + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.14xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares          14x CBU-24 Cluster + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.4xLAU3+2xCBU24                    4x LAU-3 (19x 2.75FFAR) + 2x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105D.4xLAU3+8xCBU24                    4x LAU-3 (19x 2.75FFAR) + 8x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105D.4xLAU3+6xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares    4x LAU-3 + 6x CBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105D.4xLAU3+2xLAU32                    4x LAU-3 (19x FFAR) + 2x LAU-32 (7x FFAR)
F-105D.4xLAU3+2xLAU32+6xCBU24            4x LAU-3 + 2x LAU-32 + 6x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105D.8xCBU24+2xLAU3                    8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 (19x FFAR)
F-105D.8xCBU24+2xLAU3+1x650gal           8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.14xCBU24+2xLAU3                   14x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 (19x FFAR)
F-105D.6xMk82+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.6xMk82_3Daisy+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal     6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy) + 2xAIM-9B + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xMk82SnakeEye+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 500lbs Mk82SE + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.6xM117+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 750lbs M117 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.6xM117_3Daisy+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal     6x750lbs M117(3Daisy) + 2xAIM-9B + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105D.6xCBU24+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal   6x CBU-24 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.1xM118+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    1x 3000lbs M118 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.2xAGM12C+2x450gal                 2x AGM-12C + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xCBU24+2x450gal         2x AGM-12C + 6x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xMk82+2x450gal          2x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xMk82_3Daisy+2x450gal   2xAGM-12C + 6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy) + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xMk82SnakeEye+2x450gal  2x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82SE + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xM117+2x450gal          2x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105D.2xAGM12C+6xM117_3Daisy+2x450gal   2xAGM-12C + 6x750lbs M117(3Daisy) + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105D.4xAGM12C+1x650gal                 4x AGM-12C + 650gal Droptank
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xMk82                   4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 Bomb
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xMk82_3Daisy            4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 (3 Daisy)
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xMk82SnakeEye           4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye Bomb
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xM117                   4x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 Bomb
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xM117_3Daisy            4x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 (3 Daisy)
F-105D.4xAGM12C+6xCBU24                  4x AGM-12C + 6x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105D.1xMk12Nuke+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal        1x Mk12 Nuclear bomb + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.1xMk12Nuke+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal       1x Mk12 Nuclear bomb + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105D.Ferry                             Ferry mission
F-105D.none                              Empty

#####################################################################
# F-105F
#####################################################################
F-105F.default                           Default
F-105F.4xAIM9B                           4x AIM-9B
F-105F.2x450gal                          2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.4xAIM9B+2x450gal                  4x AIM-9B + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.4xMk82                            4x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105F.4xMk82Daisy                       4x 500lbs Mk82 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105F.4xM117                            4x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105F.4xM117Daisy                       4x 750lbs M117 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105F.4xMk83                            4x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105F.2xMk84+2xMk83                     2x 2000lbs Mk84 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.2xMk84+5xMk83                     2x 2000lbs Mk84 + 5x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.2xMk84+3xMk83+1xQRC160+Flares     2x2000lbs Mk84 + 3x1000lbs Mk83 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.3xMk84+2xMk83                     3x 2000lbs Mk84 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.3xMk84+1xQRC160+Flares            3x 2000lbs Mk84 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.2xMk84+2xMk83+1x650gal            2x2000lbs Mk84 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 650gal Dt
F-105F.2xMk84+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   2x2000lbs Mk84 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105F.2xMk83+2x450gal                   2x 1000lbs Mk83 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.1xMk84+2xMk83+2x450gal            1x2000lbs Mk84 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.2xM117+2x450gal                   2x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.6xM117                            6x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105F.6xM117Daisy                       6x 750lbs M117 Daisy cutter bombs
F-105F.6xMk83                            6x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105F.9xMk83                            9x 1000lbs Mk83 bombs
F-105F.6xCBU24                           6x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105F.2xM118+2xMk83                     2x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.2xM118+5xMk83                     2x 3000lbs M118 + 5x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.2xM118+3xMk83+1xQRC160+Flares     2x3000lbs M118 + 3x1000lbs Mk83 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.3xM118+2xMk83                     3x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 1000lbs Mk83
F-105F.3xM118+2xM117                     3x 3000lbs M118 + 2x 750lbs M117
F-105F.3xM118+1xQRC160+Flares            3x 3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.2xM118+2xMk83+1x650gal            2x3000lbs M118 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 650gal Dt
F-105F.2xM118+2xM117+1x650gal            2x3000lbs M118 + 2x750lbs M117 + 650gal Dt
F-105F.2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105F.1xM118+2xMk83+2x450gal            1x3000lbs M118 + 2x1000lbs Mk83 + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.10xMk82                           10x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105F.10xMk82_6Daisy                    10x 500lbs Mk82 (6 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105F.10xMk82SnakeEye                   10x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye bombs
F-105F.10xM117                           10x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105F.10xM117_6Daisy                    10x 750lbs M117 (6 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105F.10xCBU24                          10x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105F.10xMk82+1x650gal                  10x 500lbs Mk82 + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.10xMk82_6Daisy+1x650gal           10x 500lbs Mk82 (6Daisy) + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.10xMk82SnakeEye+1x650gal          10x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.10xMk82+1xM118                    10x 500lbs Mk82 + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.10xMk82_6Daisy+1xM118             10x 500lbs Mk82 (6Daisy) + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.10xM117+1x650gal                  10x 750lbs M117 + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.10xM117_6Daisy+1x650gal           10x 750lbs M117 (6Daisy) + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.10xM117+1xM118                    10x 750lbs M117 + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.10xM117_6Daisy+1xM118             10x 750lbs M117 (6Daisy) + 1x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.8xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105F.8xMk82_4Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal    8x500lbs Mk82(4Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+650gal Dt
F-105F.8xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x500lbs Mk82SE + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105F.8xMk82+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     8x500lbs Mk82 + 1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.8xMk82_4Daisy+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      8x500lbs Mk82(4Daisy)+1x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105F.8xM117+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal   8x750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Dt
F-105F.8xM117_4Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal    8x750lbs M117(4Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+650gal Dt
F-105F.8xM117+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     8x750lbs M117 + 1x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.8xM117_4Daisy+1xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      8x750lbs M117(4Daisy)+1x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105F.10xCBU24+1x650gal                 10x CBU-24 Cluster + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.8xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares+1x650gal  8x CBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.8xMk82+2x450gal                   8x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.8xMk82_5Daisy+2x450gal            8x 500lbs Mk82 (5Daisy) + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.8xMk82SnakeEye+2x450gal           8x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.8xMk82+2xM118                     8x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.8xMk82_5Daisy+2xM118              8x 500lbs Mk82 (5Daisy) + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.8xM117+2x450gal                   8x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.8xM117_5Daisy+2x450gal            8x 750lbs M117 (5Daisy) + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.8xM117+2xM118                     8x 750lbs M117 + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.8xM117_5Daisy+2xM118              8x 750lbs M117 (5Daisy) + 2x 3000lbs M118
F-105F.8xCBU24+2x450gal                  8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.6xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x 500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xMk82_3Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal    6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x500lbs Mk82SE + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xMk82+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     6x500lbs Mk82 + 2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.6xMk82_3Daisy+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy)+2x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105F.6xM117+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal   6x750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xM117_3Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal    6x750lbs M117(3Daisy)+QRC-160+Flares+2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xM117+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares     6x750lbs M117 + 2x3000lbs M118 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.6xM117_3Daisy+2xM118+1xQRC160+Flares      6x750lbs M117(3Daisy)+2x3000lbs M118+QRC-160+Flares
F-105F.6xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal  6xCBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105F.16xMk82                           16x 500lbs Mk82 bombs
F-105F.16xMk82_9Daisy                    16x 500lbs Mk82 (9 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105F.16xMk82SnakeEye                   16x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye bombs
F-105F.16xM117                           16x 750lbs M117 bombs
F-105F.16xM117_9Daisy                    16x 750lbs M117 (9 Daisy cutter) bombs
F-105F.16xCBU24                          16x CBU-24 Cluster bombs
F-105F.14xMk82+1xQRC160+Flares           14x 500lbs Mk82 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.14xMk82_7Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares    14x 500lbs Mk82 (7Daisy) + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.14xMk82SnakeEye+1xQRC160+Flares   14x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.14xM117+1xQRC160+Flares           14x 750lbs M117 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.14xM117_7Daisy+1xQRC160+Flares    14x 750lbs M117 (7Daisy) + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.14xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares          14x CBU-24 Cluster + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.4xLAU3+2xCBU24                    4x LAU-3 (19x 2.75FFAR) + 2x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105F.4xLAU3+8xCBU24                    4x LAU-3 (19x 2.75FFAR) + 8x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105F.4xLAU3+6xCBU24+1xQRC160+Flares    4x LAU-3 + 6x CBU-24 + QRC-160 + Flares
F-105F.4xLAU3+2xLAU32                    4x LAU-3 (19x FFAR) + 2x LAU-32 (7x FFAR)
F-105F.4xLAU3+2xLAU32+6xCBU24            4x LAU-3 + 2x LAU-32 + 6x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105F.8xCBU24+2xLAU3                    8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 (19x FFAR)
F-105F.8xCBU24+2xLAU3+1x650gal           8x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.14xCBU24+2xLAU3                   14x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x LAU-3 (19x FFAR)
F-105F.6xMk82+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.6xMk82_3Daisy+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal     6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy) + 2xAIM-9B + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xMk82SnakeEye+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 500lbs Mk82SE + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.6xM117+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    6x 750lbs M117 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.6xM117_3Daisy+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal     6x750lbs M117(3Daisy) + 2xAIM-9B + Flares + 2x450gal Dt
F-105F.6xCBU24+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal   6x CBU-24 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.1xM118+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal    1x 3000lbs M118 + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.2xAGM12C+2x450gal                 2x AGM-12C + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xCBU24+2x450gal         2x AGM-12C + 6x CBU-24 Cluster + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xMk82+2x450gal          2x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xMk82_3Daisy+2x450gal   2xAGM-12C + 6x500lbs Mk82(3Daisy) + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xMk82SnakeEye+2x450gal  2x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82SE + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xM117+2x450gal          2x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 + 2x 450gal Droptanks
F-105F.2xAGM12C+6xM117_3Daisy+2x450gal   2xAGM-12C + 6x750lbs M117(3Daisy) + 2x450gal Droptanks
F-105F.4xAGM12C+1x650gal                 4x AGM-12C + 650gal Droptank
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xMk82                   4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 Bomb
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xMk82_3Daisy            4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 (3 Daisy)
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xMk82SnakeEye           4x AGM-12C + 6x 500lbs Mk82 SnakeEye Bomb
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xM117                   4x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 Bomb
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xM117_3Daisy            4x AGM-12C + 6x 750lbs M117 (3 Daisy)
F-105F.4xAGM12C+6xCBU24                  4x AGM-12C + 6x CBU-24 Cluster
F-105F.1xMk12Nuke+2xAIM9B+Flares+2x450gal        1x Mk12 Nuclear bomb + 2x AIM-9B + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.1xMk12Nuke+1xQRC160+Flares+2x450gal       1x Mk12 Nuclear bomb + QRC-160 + Flares + 2x 450gal Dt
F-105F.Ferry                             Ferry mission
F-105F.none                              Empty


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