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Thanks for that link @Oesau

 

When I first saw this, I thought it was a late April fools, but once again it's proven that: "People are awesome!"

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I wonder if, somewhere in the future, we get a Mod of a Skyraider - itself an excellent aircraft.


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 . . . . And I wonder how long before we would be able to REALLY drop something nasty . . . .

 

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On 4/24/2021 at 7:06 PM, G.J.S said:

I wonder if, somewhere in the future, we get a Mod of a Skyraider - itself an excellent aircraft.


A-1H_602SOS_Jun1970.jpg


 

 

 . . . . And I wonder how long before we would be able to REALLY drop something nasty . . . .

 

69A13E5C-F1CA-4D79-B29F-2F362DCFABFC.jpeg
 

:laugh:

 

If by "Mod" you mean full fidelity module developed by ED or a third party developer, I agree.  One of only a few prop jobs I'm looking forward to flying.  I really wanted to see the A-4 developed by the same, but not sure it'll happen now with the free community mod.  


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A-1 would be an awesome addition to DCS.
it's kina 1946 WWII naval strike aircraft (it was entered USN evaluation program in april 1945, but war ended in August, so it was not rushed into production).
so it can be considered WWII.
it served in Korea and was a very effective CAS/CSAR platform in Vietnam with both Navy and USAF (Navy retired them during Vietnam to convert AVGAS tanks to Jet fuel)

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