Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1

Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury

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  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1
  • Flying Stations - Hawker Sea Fury1


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Designed in 1942 by Sir Sydney Camm, the Hawker Fury was the evolutionary successor to the Hawker Typhoon and Tempest fighter-bombers of the Second World War. It met the Royal Air Force's requirement for a lightweight Tempest Mk.II replacement by using modified Tempest semi-elliptical outer wing panels, bolted and riveted together on the fuselage centreline. The fuselage itself was similar to the Tempest, but fully monocoque with a higher cockpit for better visibility. In 1943, the design was modified to meet a Royal Navy request for a carrier-based fighter. Both prototypes were undergoing carrier landing trials when the Japanese surrendered in 1945, ending development of the land-based Fury; but work on the navalized Sea Fury continued. The first production model, the Sea Fury F.10, flew in September 1946.

The F.10 was followed by the Sea Fury FB.11 fighter-bomber variant, which eventually reached a production total of 650 aircraft. The Sea Fury remained the Fleet Air Arm's primary fighter-bomber until the introduction of the Supermarine Attacker in 1951 and Hawker Sea Hawk in 1953 and continued to serve with the RNVR until early 1955. A total of 74 Sea Furies served in the Royal Canadian Navy between 1948 and 1956 and a further 50 with the Royal Australian Navy.

The FB.11 served throughout the Korean War as a ground-attack aircraft, flying from the Royal Navy light fleet carriers HMS Glory, HMS Ocean, HMS Theseus, HMS Unicorn, HMS Triumph and the Australian carrier HMAS Sydney. Sea Furies had to dog-fight Russian MiG-15 on several occasions and more than once the piston engined fighter-bombers out turned and destroyed their opponents! FAA pilot Lieutenant Peter "Hoagy" Carmichael Royal Navy, downed a MiG-15 jet fighter in air-to air combat, making the Sea Fury one of the few prop driven fighter-bomber aircraft to shoot down a jet-powered fighter. The engagement occurred when his mixed flight of Sea Furies and Fireflies was engaged by eight MiG-15s, during which one Firefly was badly damaged while the Sea Furies were able to escape unharmed.

Flying Stations is pleased to present the Hawker Sea Fury for FSX and Prepar3D. The pack features the sea going FB.11 as used by the RN, RCN, RNIN and RAN with the option to remove the tail hook to represent those modified for use by various air forces.

The following features are available:

Realistic engine controls - With two speed supercharger, altitude sensitive throttle and automatic prop control, with performance based on the original Bristol Centaurus maintenance manual.

Coffman Starter - Start every flight with a bang!

Multiple load outs - Select drop tanks, bombs or rockets.

RATOG - For short field and carrier operations.

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