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  1. US Marine Corps light/attack helicopter squadrons (HMLA) are composite squadrons composed of Hueys and Cobras. This allows for some fun skinning and mission building within DCS, even though the Cobra is not yet flyable. I have still created UH-1 skins as well as fictional skins for both the SA342 Gazelle and the Ka-50 Black Shark. These skins are meant to be used with each other. Each of the skins packs includes variations of what appear to be the same skin in order to provide variety and realism in missions. For example, the SA342 skins have varying serial numbers on the tail, with t
  2. So I landed on the Sphinx in front of the Luxor in Las Vegas! And I didn't even crash in previous attempts!
  3. This is a collection of 12 skins representing commands that supported the 1st Cavalry Division from 1965-1969. Commands represented include: 82nd Artillery Battalion (Battery E) 228th Assault Support Helicopter Battalion (Command bird) 229th Aviation Battalion (Companies A-D) Note: The 229th AvBn A company 1965 skin in this pack differs slightly from the Crandal/Freeman skins in my Medal of Honor Skin Pack. Be sure to get that pack as well if you want even more varied skins for the 229th AvBn (i.e. if you wish to create an Ia Drang mission). All reference imagery was taken from http://vietn
  4. This DCS video displays UH-1 skins taken from my Medal of Honor skin pack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=aCMr7X8WFKs The mission apparently also uses my USMC and Seawolves skins as well. I'm kind of stoked at this. Can you tell?
  5. Here are some screenshots from my just released skinpack that pays tribute to the Marine squadrons that flew the Huey in Vietnam. Since this is a DCS module of a more modern UH-1 variant (the UH-1H), I have opted to put the flight crew in contemporary uniforms. Note the MARPAT body armor on the door gunners. In chronological order, here is: VMO-2 Cherry Deuce (1966) VMO-6 Tomcats (1967) VMO-3 Scarface (1967) In April 1968, VMO-3 was redesignated as HML-367, and changed their paint jobs accordingly. Another shot of HML-367 with the door gunner getting into the pict
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