Mosquito Combat - CD-ROM

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Compatible with: CFS3



The Mosquito proved to be one of the most versatile aircraft in the RAF fleet. Starting out on photo recon assignments, it was soon converted into a night fighter. Later versions were fighter bombers with a few capable of carrying a 4000 lb bomb.



The Mossie was a great performer too. High speed and great turning ability.


 


This all new Mosquito Combat add-on puts you into the center of some great historical battles. With two new superior Mosquito aircraft and more than 400 missions, it will keep you at the edge of your cockpit seat for weeks.


 


Includes a bonus "Mossie" Training Programs for FB VI, Mk IX, FB XVIII and integrated pilot traning. Here's a great way to join the ranks of the RAF.



Three Dynamic Campaigns



D-Day Tactical Bomber Campaign for the Mosquito Mk XVIII and XIX beginning June 1944. Short (85 missions) and Long (170 missions) version.


 


D-Day Fighter Bomber Campaign for the Mosquito FB VI and FB XVIII beginning June 1944. Short (85 missions) and Long (170 missions) version.


 


"What if" Tactical Campaign for the Mosquito XIX beginning August 1945.




  • Mossie Mk IX w/Merlin 72 1710 HP - 4000 lb capability


  • Mossie Mk XIX w/Merline 76 2005HP - 3000 lb capability


  • Improved survivability


  • New Weapons


  • New Flight Model and weapons file


  • New D-Day Invasion Skin


  • New Damage Models improves survivability for all Mosquitos


  • New Effects for improved smoke and lighting



"Mossie" Training Programs



Pilot training for the FB VI, Mk IX, FB XVIII (11 missions) plus Integrated Pilot Training in Linear Campaign


 


Single Missions / Linear Campaign


 


Forth single missions arranged in a linear campaign



Additional background Information



The Mosquito was first conceived by DeHaviland in 1939. Because of the shortage of metal, the British Air Ministry was less than enthusiastic about this "night fighter" until it learned that it would use only 200 pounds of casting.


 


How could an "all wood" design have the strength to become a useful precision bomber? Well by November 1940 the first Mosquito was in the air with its huge Merlin engines letting it reach close to 400 mph - faster than most fighters at that time. It would soon prove itself a great addition to the RAF.


 


Painted blue to avoid detection, it could outperform Me109Gs and FW190s. In fact, by the end of the war, the Mossies racked up 71 FW109 kills. Of the variants, most Mosquitoes were the fighter-bombers. Carrying 4 x 500 lb. bombs and equpped with 4 20mm cannons, they were devastatingly effective ag



 

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Compatible with: CFS3

The Mosquito proved to be one of the most versatile aircraft in the RAF fleet. Starting out on photo recon assignments, it was soon converted into a night fighter. Later versions were fighter bombers with a few capable of carrying a 4000 lb bomb.

The Mossie was a great performer too. High speed and great turning ability.
 
This all new Mosquito Combat add-on puts you into the center of some great historical battles. With two new superior Mosquito aircraft and more than 400 missions, it will keep you at the edge of your cockpit seat for weeks.
 
Includes a bonus "Mossie" Training Programs for FB VI, Mk IX, FB XVIII and integrated pilot traning. Here's a great way to join the ranks of the RAF.

Three Dynamic Campaigns

D-Day Tactical Bomber Campaign for the Mosquito Mk XVIII and XIX beginning June 1944. Short (85 missions) and Long (170 missions) version.
 
D-Day Fighter Bomber Campaign for the Mosquito FB VI and FB XVIII beginning June 1944. Short (85 missions) and Long (170 missions) version.
 
"What if" Tactical Campaign for the Mosquito XIX beginning August 1945.
  • Mossie Mk IX w/Merlin 72 1710 HP - 4000 lb capability
  • Mossie Mk XIX w/Merline 76 2005HP - 3000 lb capability
  • Improved survivability
  • New Weapons
  • New Flight Model and weapons file
  • New D-Day Invasion Skin
  • New Damage Models improves survivability for all Mosquitos
  • New Effects for improved smoke and lighting

"Mossie" Training Programs

Pilot training for the FB VI, Mk IX, FB XVIII (11 missions) plus Integrated Pilot Training in Linear Campaign
 
Single Missions / Linear Campaign
 
Forth single missions arranged in a linear campaign

Additional background Information

The Mosquito was first conceived by DeHaviland in 1939. Because of the shortage of metal, the British Air Ministry was less than enthusiastic about this "night fighter" until it learned that it would use only 200 pounds of casting.
 
How could an "all wood" design have the strength to become a useful precision bomber? Well by November 1940 the first Mosquito was in the air with its huge Merlin engines letting it reach close to 400 mph - faster than most fighters at that time. It would soon prove itself a great addition to the RAF.
 
Painted blue to avoid detection, it could outperform Me109Gs and FW190s. In fact, by the end of the war, the Mossies racked up 71 FW109 kills. Of the variants, most Mosquitoes were the fighter-bombers. Carrying 4 x 500 lb. bombs and equpped with 4 20mm cannons, they were devastatingly effective ag

 

Additional Information

SKU s516
Date Added May 1, 2009
Flight Simulator No

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