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flanders25

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About flanders25

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  1. Hi there, As sad as it is to say, NightIntruder has become busy with things in life and has decided to not release the CH-46E him & I had been working on. He would not like any of his work released, and I will respect that. So, I am starting the project over on my own. I have the base model, and I am looking for some skilled people in the modeling and texturing department to help me bring this bird to life. I am an MV-22 Crew Chief in real life, so I am quite busy. And I really need any support possible to make this project happen, even if that means handing the model and what I have over to bigger mod development teams who are willing to make it a reality for the Arma 3 community. I'm looking for any help. Sorry for the lack of communication recently and I hope everyone is doing well, Rob
  2. flanders25

    Arma 3 Photography : Questions and Comments

    My bad for starting this, I didn't realize the rules. My apologizes. The addon is the CH-46E WIP by NightIntruder and myself. I just wanted to share some cool screen shots I took Rob
  3. CH-46E WIP by NightIntruder and myself.
  4. https://ibb.co/jmSrvS https://ibb.co/nrsfpn https://ibb.co/mcnD9n some pics I took at work yesterday of the Echo. Didnt know if they could help you guys or not. "If she aint leakin, she aint flyin."
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    EA-18G

    Hey there, I'm now a crew chief in the Marine Corps, so I dont have much time anymore (reason Growler was handed over). Although I do have a laptop. But, just wait to see what happens with it.
  6. flanders25

    EA-18G

    Firewill, its funny! I just graduated USMC boot camp last Friday, and I'm glad to see you're still working on this project. Hope all is well, its looking great!
  7. flanders25

    EA-18G

    Hey all, I leave in a few days, but before I do, I just want to make sure I have given everyone who has done work for this project credit. Firewill will give full credit to everything you have done as agreed upon. Please look on the first page and make sure I didnt forget you if you did something for this project. Regards, Rob
  8. flanders25

    EA-18G

    Firewill has full permission to do so, although I am not sure if he will. That's up to him. On another note, I have always been working on the legacy hornets, such as the C & D and I do think the C will possibly make a release before I leave. https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/823441571256037844/4BB15387C2D1562DDFE2E557B10BD3FA44824B7D/
  9. flanders25

    EA-18G

    That question is better suited for NightIntruder. The Phrog has been in his hands.
  10. flanders25

    EA-18G

    Since I was employed at a helicopter service at the beggining of this year, and my recent enlistment into the USMC as a helicopter crew chief, I haven't had much time to work on this project, neither has the team. We came to the joint decision that firewill had the best ability to finish what we came so close to completing and updating it over time with us involved. Thank you all for the support and we hope you enjoy the aircraft on its release.
  11. flanders25

    1stBN/160th SOAR Mod ArmA III WIP

    I work at a helicopter company, and we mainly remove the doors on our jet rangers for visibility on hoist jobs, or if its just a nice day we take them off. A CH-47 crew chief that I work with told me that every time they went on a mission with the 160th, the soar guys would be taking anything off there air frame that they could to reduce the weight (ammo,doors,seats,ect) while conventional units where loading as much ammo and such as possible. My guess is that the doors are removed for a mix of all these factors. If youd like more info, I can ask him and get back to you guys (He was in a conventional unit, not the 160th).
  12. flanders25

    CH-46 Knight

    Never mind pepper spray and gas in basic! I have to go through sere school for my job! Hahaha. Now that you say that, I am not sure. I haven't tried that.
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    CH-46 Knight

    When the aircraft is not flying, correct, you can walk throughout the cabin. As far as I am aware, an engine limitation would not allow us or anyone to make the aircraft walk able while in the air.
  14. flanders25

    CH-46 Knight

    Flight test over Utes! Pre crashing! haha. The AFM on this bird is fine tuned and difficult ! Sorry I haven't been around these forums as much as I use to, but I am happy to say I recently enlisted into the USMC as enlisted flight crew! (Aircrew)
  15. flanders25

    EA-18G

    Peral helped me fix the shadow issue. I had no LOD for the view cargo shadow. Its been awhile! haha. Anyhow, heres the cockpit so far (We need to make some rvmat adjustments I am thinking) The right MFD can display flir when the pod is attached via service menu.
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