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|Combination package with the Boeing C17 Globemaster for the economical price of $16.50 for both!|
The FSD T-38 Talon represents a highly accurate model of the renowned Northrop fighter-trainer aircraft. This is a gmax« created model, specifically for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004.
|The T-38 Talon is a twin-engine, high-altitude, supersonic jet
trainer used in a variety of roles. It is designed with economy of
operations and ease of maintenance in mind. It is used by
undergraduate pilots for pilot instructor training. Air Combat
Command, Air Mobility Command and NASA also use the T-38 in various
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Several paint schemes will be available. here are some examples...
The T-38 will feature both a standard 2D cockpit, and a virtual cockpit. The 2D cockpit will feature two separate viewing perspectives.
All-New Visual Model created by Owen Hewitt
Additional 3D modeling and graphics by Jim Goldman
Flight Modeling and Dynamics by Steve Small
Panel and Gauge Programming by Tim Dickens
Our purchase/installation process has been improved. We recommend you click here to review the FSD Download and Purchase EZ Process.
The T38/C17 Combo is available via download.
Note: Digitally delivered products or are not refundable.
We will add to these links from time to time as we find them.
|T-38 Poop||T-38 Pilot Report||Essco Aircraft - How To Fly The T-38|
|Recommended System Specifications|
|While cutting edge add-on aircraft such as
this will "run" on a system with the minimum
specifications outlined by Microsoft for Flight Simulator 2004, the following are minimum guidelines to achieve acceptable
Obviously, higher end systems with 3.0 GHz+ speed CPU, 1024 MB system RAM and 256 MB or preferably 512 MB video RAM will perform much better.
|*The aircraft may install and run in Windows 98/ME, providing your Windows software environment is in good order. But since the Windows 9X platform was notorious for program installation problems, driver conflicts, general instability and poor memory management compared to contemporary operating systems we cannot support problems resulting from the use of this long obsolete platform. Windows 9X is generally considered inadequate for today's DirectX applications and Windows XP is strongly recommended. We cannot support issues arising from the Windows 9X software environment.|
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