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New Release: NOTAR 500 Light Utility Helicopter PDF Print E-mail
Written by April Heaney   
Sunday, 04 January 2015 17:00

Because civilians need air transport, too.

The Omega Concern presets: Its first civilian-use light utility helicopter, the NOTAR 500, in the style of the MD 520N NOTAR helicopter made by McDonnell Douglas, part of the 500 series of utility helicopters used by military, police, and fire search and rescue by agencies in the United States, Canada, Ecuador, Hungary, and South Korea.

Brochure? But of course!

New Release: M2 Heavy Machine Gun Emplacement PDF Print E-mail
Written by April Heaney   
Sunday, 16 November 2014 19:58

We're happy to introduce you to the first of its kind: The M2 Heavy Machine Gun Emplacement, a complete fixed 50 caliber MG and fortification package.

The lovely brochure is right here.

M2 HB Heavy Machine Gun Update 1.1 PDF Print E-mail
Written by April Heaney   
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 13:01

Holy cow, this thing is five years old. And it's getting a point-one update. What is it?

With 1.1, upon placement the tripod will orient itself to be facing in the same direction as your avatar. This is to allow for placement in any direction when edit ability is restricted, such as when RLV/RLVa is enabled for OCS 2.

As always, the manual is a fount of knowledge.

So yes, the M2 is useable in Fulda Gap once again. Thanks for your patience on this one. :)

New Release: F/A-18F Super Hornet PDF Print E-mail
Written by April Heaney   
Thursday, 09 October 2014 21:04

Of course you want a strike fighter. Who doesn't? We are extremely happy to announce the release of our next fixed-wing aircraft, the F/A-18F Super Hornet.

Plane porn and more, on the linked brochure.

A-10C Update 1.1 PDF Print E-mail
Written by April Heaney   
Monday, 19 May 2014 23:38

Hey, it's a point-one update. You know what that means - something significantly new. What is it?

The Attachment-Based A-10C Model

As of version 1.1, you will find another box inside the A-10C's retail box, named "A-10C Attachable Model (Boxed)". In this box you will find an object called "A-10C (Attachable)" and a copy of the HUD. This version is intended to work around issues related to sim crossings and multiple mesh models and for those who wish to simply fly and cruise around, and for those wishing to fly in areas in which high land impact vehicles are unwelcome.

The easiest way to use this is as so:

  1. Attach the A-10C HUD. (It will offer you one if you don't, but there are enough dialogue boxes on start, I think.)
  2. Rez A-10C (Attachable) - this is the 'base' for the aircraft. You'll see an orange box sitting a couple of meters off the ground.
  3. RIght click and sit on the orange box.
  4. You'll get a request for attachment perm from the ACES II ejection seat as usual. Select Yes.
  5. The body of the A-10 will rez in place around you. You'll also get an attachment request from it. Select Yes.

Done. Everything should function as it does with the standalone, with some exceptions regarding the body and base vanishing when you are no longer seated on it.

This model is only recommended for those who need to use it for the above-mentioned scenarios. As it has a greater level of complexity to an already complex system, the unified, non-attachment model will likely prove to be much more reliable for combat operations.


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