Not content with releasing one scenery today, I’ve also uploaded Little Walden in Essex, which was used by both the 8th and 9th Air Forces, both as a bomber and fighter station. This high usage was in spite of the fact that it was one of the last airfields constructed during the war. It can be found here.
RAF King’s Cliffe – home to the Lightnings and Mustangs of the 20th Fighter Group’s “Loco Busters” – has been uploaded and released, following a few last minute tweaks and kicks.
Developed from period information, the airfield uses only my own and FSX default objects, although for the vehicles to be visible, you will also need Larry Green’s Hobbs AAF installed. The scenery can be found here.
The airfield that I was due to release before the whole mess with the Contact Form kicked off, RAF Raydon v2 is described as “Raydon Redone” for the simple reason that it has been. Completely, from the ground up, over a scan of a period Aerodrome Reference Plan.
Following a brief period under the auspices of the 9th Air Force, Raydon (Station 157) was passed to the 8th Air Force and the 353rd Fighter Group, who remained there until the end of hostilities in Europe. It’s now available under Flight Simulator / Historical / USAAF on the top bar of the site and includes SODE controlled objects, as well as a simple AI flight plan using the A2A WoP3 P-51D Mustang.