F-111 Aardvark
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GAME DESCRIPTION

The Just Flight F-111 Aardvark captures perfectly the power and destructive force of this pioneering interdictor, tactical strike and strategic bomber aircraft.
This package includes the F-111A and F-111C models in five liveries each with highly detailed model-specific virtual cockpits and a range of ordnance.
The distinctive F-111 variable wing swing is modelled with accurate flap, slat and wing glove operation, and there's even a functioning escape pod, allowing you to jettison yourself from the aircraft in case on an in-flight emergency. Following the jettison process, a parachute will deploy from the escape-pod and guide you to a safe touchdown.
Other features include the iconic F-111 'Dump & Burn' feature, configurable collimated and non-collimated HUD options, authentic tracking, radar and radio equipment, and a selection panel for controlling what ordnance appears on the aircraft.
 
Further aircraft information
 
The F-111A is the original production variant built for the USAF as a medium range interdictor and tactical strike fighter/bomber, entering service in 1967. It’s swing-wing variable – sweep wings enabled the F-111 to cover a wide range of tactical missions from slow-speed, low-altitude bombing to high-speed (Mach 2.5) fighter interceptor roles at altitudes up to 66,000ft. Its primary function, however, remained as a tactical ground strike and effective ground-forces support machine.
 
 
The F-111B was to be a naval adaption of the design but was not taken up by the US Navy who instead, opted for the more experienced Grumman products. However the version had an increased wingspan which was later ordered to be fitted to the F-111A by the Australian Defense Forces. This modified variant was designated the F-111C. The Royal Australian Air Force began taking delivery of 24 F-111Cs in 1973.
 
 
This all-weather attack aircraft unusually has a twin-seat cockpit with the crew sitting side-by-side. Among the many innovative features of the airframe, a fully enclosed and sealed cockpit formed a rocket-propelled ‘escape pod’ which could be jettisoned in an emergency, supported on parachutes similar to Apollo capsules. Airbags could be deployed to soften the impact of a landing. This device left the crew free of bulky parachute gear and or ejection seats, making for a more comfortable cockpit environment.
 
The USAF gradually retired its F-111s throughout the 1990s and Australia’s F-111Cs were retired in December 2010 when F-18 Super-Hornets arrived to replace them.
 
Models
 
 
Two F-111 models are included, featuring fully animated flying surfaces, landing gear, doors and hatches:
F-111A
F-111C
An authentically modeled escape pod is included, allowing you to jettison yourself from the aircraft in case on an in-flight emergency. Following the jettison process, a parachute will deploy from the escape-pod and guide you to a safe touch-down.
A full range of selectable ordnance is provided:
Multiple ejector racks
Paveways
Drop-tanks
Sidewinder
Variable wing swing is modelled, with accurate flap, slat and wing glove operation, and the bomb bay is fully modelled.
Ground equipment including chokes, cones and ground power unit.
Liveries
Ten high definition liveries are included:
F-111A
474th TFW, USAF - NA (67-0064)
429th TFW, Black Falcons USAF - NA (67-0065)
473rd TFW, USAF - NB (67-0060)
430th TFW, USAF - WF (67-0048)
430th TFW, USAF - NC (67-0034)
F-111C
A8-131 2006 'Red Flag' scheme
A8-131 2003 '30 year anniversary' scheme
A8-125 2007 '90 year RAAF anniversary' scheme
A8-125 2007 '25 year F111 anniversary' scheme
A8-136 No 1 squadron
Virtual Cockpit
 
‘Baked’ textures are used to give the highly detailed cockpit a period, worn look
Fully functional with nearly all switches, knobs and levers animated and functional
Authentic gauges and tracking, radar and radio equipment
Collimated and non-collimated HUD
Separate A and C variant cockpits
Numerous custom 3D gauges
Selection panel for controlling what ordnance appears on the aircraft
Authentic and simplified autopilot controls
Soft glow night lighting
Other features
 
Iconic ‘dump and burn’ functionality
Highly accurate flight dynamics closely simulate the real aircraft performance envelope
Professional standard stereo sound set delivers the full force of the two P&W Turbofan engines
Comprehensive manual (a full German manual is also available to download from the Support section)
Paint Kit
 
A layered PSD paint kit is included, featuring individual layers for weathering and detail (Photoshop or similar software required).

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

System Requirements:
Supported OS:  
Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows Vista,Windows XP
Processor:  
3.0GHz PC or any Dual Core
RAM:  
1 GB
Hard Disk:  
1 GB
Video Card:  
256 MB VRAM
Additional Requirements:  
Requires Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, SP2 and Direct X 10 preview compatible) or Prepar3D.

Publisher: Just Flight London
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