F-5E Tiger II

Viggen: Lightening(And Thunder) Strikes Twice.

Viggen: Lightening(And Thunder) Strikes Twice.

When Eagle Dynamics released it’s DCS; A-10C Warthog, on April 22, 2011, it was their 1st fixed-wing, high fidelity, mouse clickable cockpit offering..     It has been said, falsely I might add, that lightening, (along with the attendant ‘thunder’ doesn’t strike twice in the same place. Who, you might ask, said that? The short answer of course, […]

Warthogs & Hornets : Changing of The Guard

Warthogs & Hornets : Changing of The Guard

                                                                                                                                                                                                   The U.S. Navy’s Blue Angels is in the market for new planes to replace their aging Boeing F/A-18C legacy Hornets for it’s premier Naval Aerial Demonstration Team. Not surprisingly, the Navy views it’s Super Hornet is the plane of choice. I’m quite sure that the new birds, when they make their actual debut, will continue to thrill […]

Belsimtek Strikes Back : DCS F-5E

Belsimtek Strikes Back : DCS F-5E

Belsimtek has recently released their fifth DCS module in early access form, the classic fighter F-5E. It is the little roadster sportscar of fighter jets for many: It is small, pilot friendly, and very agile. The F-5 has served many nations as a combat aircraft, and still serves many in various upgraded, or even vanilla forms. […]

F-5E: “Skoshi Tiger Legacy”

F-5E: “Skoshi Tiger Legacy”

                                                                                                                                                                In the early 1950s, military planners were wrestling with the challenges associated with trying to adapt from a projected strategy of an all out nuclear war against masses of Soviet bombers and their fighter escorts speeding towards the Continental United States, in, response the U.S. air forces, launching hundreds, fast high altitude interceptors, some , like the […]