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A new BE2c night fighter has been added. Improved detail over the old two seater posted. The SE5a is finally done. A month ago I figured it would be ready in a week. Much detail has been added to the Lewis gun thanks to the Wright Patterson Air Force Museum and their wonderful staff. I have a load of pictures to pour through, uncovering all my errors and past sins.
Click to download New! BE2c Single Seat Zeppelin hunter. Updated visual model, flight model, virtual cockpit. Stable gun platform, easy to fly and for as slow as it was, amazingly effective. Working instruments in virtual cockpit, high frame rate, moving and breaking parts. You need the weapons pack for the bomb loads. Last updated 8/23/2008. Size 1.04M
Click to download New! SE5a Prefered by many over the Camel. Stable gun platform, easy to fly and fast. Working instruments in virtual cockpit, high frame rate, moving and breaking parts. You need the weapons pack that included the 25lb Cooper bomb. Last updated 8/10/2008. Size 1.25M
Click to download Airco D.H.2 - The British contribution to breaking the Fokker scourge. Single Lewis gun fixed in the nose. High frame rate, breaking and moving parts. Last updated 3/04/2007. Size 1.3M
Click to download Airco D.H.4 One of the most effective aircraft of World War I, it made a good high speed bomber and observation machine. This is the single Lewis and 200 HP RAF engine version. Flies nice but floats on landing. Remember to kill the engine as you cross the fence. New for AeroCrate, this plane has a working historical bombsight, and working gauges in the virtual cockpit. High frame rate and nice detail. Last updated 10/15/2007. Size 1.75M
Click to download BE2c Observation version. Added flying wires and a few minor details. I needed a target for the Fokker E.III so I made this. It is intended as a target AI machine but it flies really nice, slow and stable. A basic panel is provided but there isn't much of a virtual cockpit. Multi resolution model with breaking parts. Animated control surfaces, wheels and prop. High frame rate even in large groups. Last updated 2/11/2007. Size 895K
Click to download BE2c Bomber version. When flown as a bomber the observer and defensive machinegun were left home. Multi resolution model with breaking parts. Animated control surfaces, wheels and prop. High frame rate even in large groups. Last updated 2/11/2007. Size 623K
Click to download RAF F.E.2d - When the F.E.2 appeared at the front, it provided a major boost to the Britiah efforts to break the Fokker scourge. The "d" model was equipped with a much larger 250 HP Rolls Royce engine that boosted it's performance and increased its carrying power. Defensive armament was increased to 3 Lewis machine guns. High frame rate, breaking and moving parts. Last updated 8/12/2007. Size 1.18M
Click to download Nieuport 11 RFC The aircraft that helped turn the tide of the Fokker Scourge in 1915. Multi resolution model with breaking parts. Animated control surfaces, wheels and prop. Extremely high frame rate even in large groups. British RFC version. Requires the French version. New panel and dp updated to use the Weapons Pack found on the Add-On page. Last updated 4/8/2007. Size 2.4M
Click to download Nieuport 12 RFC - Another fine target for the Germans but actually was an acceptable fighter except for the poor climb rate. Relegated to artillery spotter when it could not stand up to the Albatros fighters. French design used by the British and some manufactured in England. Last updated 2/11/2007. Size 2.3M
Click to download Nieuport 16 RFC - The same as above in RFC markings. Last updated 2/11/2007. Size 1.7M
Click to download Nieuport 17 Lewis Like above but with wing mounted Lewis machine gun and British RFC markings. Requires the Nieuport 17 above for sounds and panel. New panel and dp updated to use the Weapons Pack found on the Add-On page. Last updated 2/6/2007. Size 1.6M
Click to download Nieuport 27 Lewis Like above but with wing mounted Lewis machine gun and British RFC markings. Requires the Nieuport 17 for sounds. Last updated 7/18/2007. Size 1.38M
Click to download Three versions of the Parseval observation baloons, German, British and French markings. One of the most common baloon types on the Western Front. Using these in missions is tricky so make sure and read the instructions. Last updated 2/8/2007. Size 2.9M
Click to download Updated! Sopwith Camel F.1 The hidden gun flash has been fixed. Working instruments added to virtual cockpit and handling improved. High frame rate, moving and breaking parts, minimal virtual cockpit. A pretty plane and it handles well. Last updated 6/22/2008. Size 1.91M
Click to download Sopwith Pup - The Pup showed the British could build a top notch fighting machine on par with French and the Germans. The Baron even admitted that his Albatros was out classed by the little Pup. Model has all the standard features, breaking parts, frame rate, etc. You will see this one in the 1917 campaign and maybe a few late 1916 additions. Last updated 5/3/2007. Size 1.03M
Click to download Sopwith Triplane - The hidden gun flash has been fixed. The aircraft that inspired the Fokker Triplane. High frame rate, moving and breaking parts, minimal virtual cockpit. A fun plane to fly against the Albatros family. Last updated 6/22/2008. Size 1.05M
Click to download Updated! Working instruments added to virtual cockpit and handling improved. Also corrected the football for a head error in the textures. SPAD S.VII in the markings of Lt. Augustus Orlebar, No. 19 squadron, RFC. Last updated 5/27/2008. Size 1.15M