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  1. Aircraft Review : Lockheed P-38L Lightning by Flying Iron Simulations Known by it's nickname the "Fork-tailed devil" or in German "der Gabelschwanz-Teufel" , the Lockheed P-38 Lighting is a twin-engined - twin boomed tail World War II era American piston-engined fighter aircraft. The main aircraft's role was as a general fighter, the P-38 was also highly utilized in various other aerial combat roles including as a highly effective fighter-bomber, a night fighter and as a long-range escort fighter when equipped with drop tanks. The P-38 was also used as a bomber-pathfinder, guiding
  2. First Impression Review : Grob G109B/Vigilant T1 by FlyingIron FlyingIron? this isn't a wartime warbird like the Spitfire Mk IXc and the hunking Republic P-47N Thunderbolt, or even the announced F117 NightHawk that was broadcast back in May, and a Grob... and what hell is a Grob? Second impression was the Grobby download size... it's 2gb, yes 2GB for a glider! and installed it swells out to 3.09GB, it better be good for that size of file. But this is FlyingIron Simulations and they are a very good developer, and so you will take it all on the nose, and see
  3. News! - In Development : F117 NightHawk by Flying Iron Flying Iron Studios have moved on from their WW2 antiques to something more modern, well Gulf War current any way... The F117 NightHawk. The stealthy, stealthy "Wobblin' Goblin" is coming to your local simulator... WIP cockpit images from Flying Iron are already being posted. The F117 got it's infamous moniker "Wobblin' Goblin" because in reality the aircraft is not a balanced or even flyable machine. It uses computers to create the flying elements to make the aircraft fly, and
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