Author: Firewill
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Requirements: F-14 Tomcat, FIR AWS US - AirWeaponSystem US/NATO

Version: 1.1
Signed: Yes, serverkey included

Short description: Second F-14 skin pack, 'Reservists' - 4 reserve squadrons for F-14 Tomcat.

Date: 2018-08-20 18:15


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F-14 Skin Pack 2 "Reservists"

by
Firewill


Description:
Second F-14 skin pack, 'Reservists' - 4 reserve squadrons for F-14 Tomcat.

- 4 Tomcat reserve fighter squadrons and 8 skins total.

All Reserve Squadron used F-14A Tomcat.

VF-201 Hunters
25 July 1970 ~ 24 March 2007(Total)
Early 1987 ~ Dec 1998(F-14A)
Description :
The VF-201 or VFA-201, Strike Fighter Squadron 201 was an aviation unit of the United States Naval Reserve based at Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas (USA). It was established in 1970 as part of Reserve Carrier Air Wing 20 (CVWR-20) and deactivated in 2007. During its service VF/VFA-201 could be identified by the tail code "AF" and nose numbers (MODEX) in the "100" series, typically 100 to 113. The squadron's nickname was the Hunters.
Aircraft:
Modex / Bureau Number
AF-100 / 160396
AF-104 / 158630

VF-202 Superheats
1 July 1970 ~ 31 Dec 1994(Total)
1987 ~ 31 Dec 1994(F-14A)
Description :
Fighter Squadron 202 (VF-202) nicknamed the Superheats was an aviation unit of the United States Naval Reserve initially based at Naval Air Station Dallas, Texas. Following that installation's BRAC-directed closure, the squadron relocated to nearby former Carswell Air Force Base, which was transferred to U.S. Navy control pursuant to BRAC action and renamed Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth / Carswell Field. VF-202 was established on 1 July 1970 as part of Reserve Carrier Air Wing 20 (CVWR-20), the U.S. Atlantic Fleet's reserve carrier air wing, and disestablished on 31 December 1994. During its service VF-202 could be identified by the tail code "AF" and nose numbers (MODEX) 200 to 213.
Aircraft:
Modex / Bureau Number
AF-200 / 162710
AF-202 / 158615

VF-301 Devil's Disciples
1 Oct 1970 ~ 11 Sep 1994(Total)
1985 ~ 11 Sep 1994(F-14A)
Description :
VF-301, Fighter Squadron 301 was an aviation unit of the United States Naval Reserve in service from 1970 to 1994. The squadron's nickname was Devil's Disciples. VF-301 was activated on 1 October 1970 and assigned to Carrier Air Wing Reserve 30 (CVWR-30) (tail code "ND") at Naval Air Station Miramar, California (USA).
During these 24 years VF-301 had acquired an outstanding safety record, flying 71,322.4 hours without a Class A mishap, setting a new record for Navy tactical jet squadrons.
After the end of the Cold War, CVWR-30, VF-301 and VF-302 were disestablished on 11 September 1994.
Aircraft:
Modex / Bureau Number
ND-100 / 158990
ND-106 / 160664

VF-302 Stallions
21 May 1971 ~ 11 Sep 1994(Total)
Feb 1985 ~ 11 Sep 1994(F-14A)
Description :
Fighter Squadron 302 (VF-302) was an aviation unit of the United States Naval Reserve in service from 1971 to 1994. The squadron's nickname was Stallions.
VF-302 began to receive the F-14A Tomcat in February 1985. VF-302 and VF-301 deployed onto USS Ranger in January 1986, performing their first carrier qualifications in the F-14. Two years later the squadron got more carrier experience by spending 12 days on board USS Enterprise between 10 and 22 August 1988.
1986 had seen VF-302 pick up the TARPS mission, the first reserve squadron to do so. In 1986, only eight months after receiving their first TARPS pod, and then again in 1988 they had the chance to practice these skills as part of the biennial, World Reconnaissance Air Meet (RAM) at Bergstrom Air Force Base in Texas, both times achieving first place victories among all participating USN/USMC squadrons. As well as other TARPS equipped F-14 units the meet allowed VF-302 crews to meet Air Force reconnaissance crews, to train together.
After the end of the Cold War, CVWR-30, VF-301 and VF-302 were disestablished on 11 September 1994.
Aircraft:
Modex / Bureau Number
ND-200 / 158989
ND-211 / 159591


Installation:
To install F-14 Skin Pack 2 "Reservists" you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.


Included files:
FIR_F14_RS.pbo


Known issues:
- nothing have any critical issues in current version when i tested.


Changelog:
1.1
1.0
- Initial Release



- F-14 Tomcat
- FIR AWS US - AirWeaponSystem US/NATO


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