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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:16 am
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well dunno bout the rest of ya'll <<< (I'm southern, Its allowed) but back to the subject at hand

If it weren't for Milton Shupe an Co. I'd have a very very empty hanger Mr. Green

just my observations

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I agree, He and his team do great work. The link below

www.flightsimonline.co...S_Skis.zip

will download a beta of his latest, his package with the Beech D-18 on skis for winter flying Smile

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 9:52 pm
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Piney way ahead of ya, been flying that for a few weeks now

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 10:00 pm
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lol oops, Razz i guess i've been infiltrating the pig stye too much, I thought that was the puss moth,

again thanx piney, i dl'd it Smile i love the beech 18

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lol oops, Razz i guess i've been infiltrating the pig stye too much, I thought that was the puss moth,

again thanx piney, i dl'd it Smile i love the beech 18


They're not an issue if you brush them away first. Wink

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 02, 2010 6:39 am
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Ascout...ROFL...

Yep, Milton and his crew does outstanding work and CC is proud to host his files! Wink
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a little heads up,Milton and the SOH crew are just starting work on an F7F, I helped with some of the research, I'll let y'all know when it takes to the air

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thank for the heads up Piney,

I know its still under development, but I'm anxiously awaiting the XP-47J

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Hello everyone Smile

Thanks for the kind words.

Status of things:

AT-11: almost ready for beta testing, liely around 1st week of October release

F7F: Exterior completed; awaiting someone to take on the panel/gauges and VC; if no one steps up, I may either make the gmax source and research material available for someone else to complete the "SOH team" project. or worse case, do it myself.

XP47J: Exterior completed; working on VC; 75% completed; no ETA

I and our team are slowly moving to other interests and not investing the required time to get projects done well; so things drag out forever. Smile



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Milton, just to let you know, over at SOH I'm "norab"

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Alright Smile And over there, I am Milton Shupe Wink

I see you are from S. Jersey ... lived in Bridgeton during my junior HS year. Originally from DE and MD areas on the DelMarVa peninsula.

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small world, I had an aunt who lived in Bridgeton. I was born in Atlantic City and spent half my life (so far Laughing ) living in various shore towns before moving up into the Pines about 8 miles from what was then Fort Dix, now called the MDL base.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 12, 2010 10:47 pm
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We would be in a world of hurt without Milton, as his creations are definitely four or five of my top ten A/C to "fly". I like that he likes the twins, cause those are my favorites.
Always happy to take anything I can get, always enhances the simulation experience.

I know B-25's and A-26's have been done by others, but a M.S. version of either, (especially the A-26, or maybe even better, an A-20) would be a great thing to have. Just sayin'....

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You can get the SOH A-26 and that was Milton's baby also Mr. Green



scroll down here to find a review

www.avsim.com/pages/TC...TC_May.htm

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