Korean Air War Series 1950- 52
Mission templates are included in GT-BONUS packs, see download page
early missions builds as Mig15 finds out it is not safe to loiter around USS Boxer
here's an often result of close in combat
Come on and land so I can Cat out of here for sortie #2
Stretching that last bit of lift out on a dead stick landing [I did make it]
Radar non locking a2a - used with Korea pack for
all aspect = 0 look= 80 rws=12
240 visual tracking & RWS is common to some radar aircraft
turn = 3 speed = 27
guns are FLAK with limited slew & pitch
|future objects: ?
USS Valley Forge
|Corsair 5P night fighter
addeed to GT R45
low level ground attack, armoured
4 x 0.50 cal cannons
f86a from mig15 view
dec 9, 1999 generation 7
skin credit: planes lib
no radar, greater MTOW than -5
F9F-5 Panther -
4x 20mm cannon [ qty? ]
basline body su25 ?
rate of climb 5,000' / min
higher G performance degredation at speed than straight wing Panther
new FA skin and shape GT 48
from Joe ...
actually had better carrier handling characteristics than the straight-winged F9F-5. The critical Mach number was increased from 0.79 to 0.86 at sea level and to 0.895 at 35,000 feet. The prototype (126670) was later re-engined with a YJ48-P-8 turbojet rated at 7250 lb.s.t. without the need for water injection. too late for korea nov 1952
One Pratt & Whitney J48-P-8 turbojet rated at 6250 lb.s.t. dry and 7250 lb.s.t. with water injection. Performance: Maximum speed 654 mph at sea level, 591 mph at 35,000 feet. Cruising speed 541 mph. Stalling speed 128 mph. Initial climb rate 6750 feet per minute. An altitude of 20,000 feet could be attained in 4 minutes. Service ceiling 44,600 feet. 932 miles normal range. Internal fuel was 919 US gallons. With two 150-gallon drop tanks, total fuel load was 1219 US gallons. Dimensions: wingspan 34 feet 6 inches, length 41 feet 5 inches, height 12 feet 4 inches, wing area 300 square feet. Weights: 11,255 pounds empty, 18,450 pounds loaded, 21,000 pounds maximum takeoff.
Armament: The armament consisted of four 20-mm cannon in the nose plus two underwing racks for 1000-pound bombs or 150-US gallon drop tanks.
all weather high altitude variant 1950
radio controlled via linked ground base stations
2 bombs up to 500kg each
ceiling = 51,000
guns = 23mm x 2 x 80 / 40mm x 2 x 40 for
loadout dual role A2A GND - FAB 500
PA air 2 air = radius 120m with extra
mig15 vs panther-2
1999 Yellow Sea
F-5 on patrol
Fly 3 well done missions [included] during the late spring of 1999. Fishing boat war.
KPAAF (Korean People's Army Air Force):
Of course the ROK's SAM and AAA protection across the DMZ would be an issue, but the first missions would be flown by the around 50 Su-25's and maybe some MiG-23's for Wild Weasel against such targets so the IL-28's have a clean shot (ROK couldn't possibly get planes up that quick to stop them from doing serious damage to their target). Anyways, I was asking for ROKAF info, as for some odd reason KPAAF info is more readily available than the ROK's. Why the abbreviations? It's very impolite to refer to either Korea as their N. or S. status, as it is neither's offical name or represents anything other than non-recognition..hence DPRK and ROK, instead of N. and S.
Why the abbreviations? It's very impolite to refer to either Korea as their N. or S. status, as it is neither's offical name or represents anything other than non-recognition..hence DPRK and ROK, instead of N. and S.