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FlyingIron Simulations DCS A-7E Corsair II Development Update

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After a long silence, FlyingIron Simulations has given a development update on their upcoming A-7E Corsair II for DCS. The project was unveiled back in February of 2020. FlyingIron Simulations’ Dan wrote an extensive blog post on the progress of the plane, its flight model, systems and more. The whole post is worth reading in full if you are really interested in this plane.

Flight Model

The external flight model that will be used for the plane is based on a combination of wind-tunnel data, CFD general data and feedback and information from former A7 pilots. The flight model development is progressing very nicely and the team has managed to achieve the goal it set out to do; namely capture the key aerodynamics and characteristics of the plane with minimal aerodynamic data. The team has used software to simulate the airflow over a CAD model to create a highly accurate flight model that match real behaviour of the plane. Dan also details how he’s begun drag modelling in situations where landing gear, flaps, slats and spoilers might be deployed. After that, flight modelling development will move on to surface modelling and edge of envelope performance.


The core functionality of the AN/ALR-67 RWR has been developed and implemented, meaning the hardest part of the development is done. The development is now focussed on calculating priority groupings and threat rings, lock/launch and other symbols.

Another focus point of system development where work will be started soon is the HUD. The placeholder HUD that has been used up until now will be replaced with an AN/AVQ-7B(V) HUD. This HUD has the additional capability of operating in night mode in conjunction with a FLIR system. Night mode combines video feed from the FLIR with HUD symbology to create a composite display on the HUD.

Development work on the PMDS (Projected Map Display System) is well underway, and all basic modes and functionalities have been accurately modelled. More advanced features of the PMDS will be implemented over the coming weeks and months, adding features such as slew functionality, Manual/Hold operation and mark point saving. The visual model and elements will also be completed during this time.

Last but not least in the systems department, work has been ongoing on the AN/APQ-126(V) Forward Looking Radar. It has several functionalities and modes of operation. The work on this part has begun, and so far a basic ground mapping mode has been developed. In the future, additional modes will be added, as well as aiming and weapons delivery logic.


The 3D modelling effort lately has been on the MSFS side, with the Corsair development mostly focussing on systems and flight model development. However, after a recent team expansion there are still some previews to show off an overhaul, update and completion of the Corsair’s 3D model. These (along with all other) previews are not final and work will continue over the coming months.


Throughout the whole blogpost, a rough roadmap or focus areas can already be identified. The current development phase, internally dubbed ‘Phase 3’ (FlyingIron Simulations works in 4 development phases, after which a release should follow), is ongoing and in full swing. Phase 3 will still take a considerable amount of time, but the team already shared some of their plans for Phase 4, during which flight testing in the simulator will also be conducted.

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DCS AH-64D Laser Hellfire Sneak Peek Video

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DCS users will very much enjoy this sneak peek video for the upcoming AH-64D. This is the final sneak peek before more in-depth videos will be shared for the aircraft. The AGM-114K features a laser-guided Hellfire and can target ranges out to 8km. Up to four Hellfires can be loaded onto each of the weapon pylons and suits taking out tanks or
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DCS: Mosquito FB VI Released

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A great week for enthousiasts of warbirds. After the release of the Supermarine Spitfire for MSFS by Aeroplane Heaven, DCS will welcome the de Havilland Mosquito to its ranks. The Mosquito is a very versatile combat aircraft, that served a great many roles during WWII. It was mostly used as a fast and agile bomber, but also had great fighting
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Heatblur Simulations Announces Eurofighter Typhoon

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Heatblur Simulations has announced that they are creating the Eurofighter Typhoon for DCS World. The Euroflighter Tyhpoon is one of Europe's top modern multi-role fighter aircraft and a multi-national product between the UK, Germany, Italy and Spain. 623 examples are in service with those nations and several of their NATO allies, including Austria, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. The
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Total Controls Multi-Function Button Box Announced

A brand-new Multi-Functional Button Box from a company called Total Control is currently in a Kickstarter and hopes to help simmers looking to improve their flight simulation hardware experience. The Multi-Function Button Box will give users access to a range of buttons, handles and knobs to help them overcome the need to rely on a keyboard and mouse – particularly important when flying combat simulators.

In a video by Jonas, founder of Total Controls, he talks about the various control functionality the button box has and how it would benefit simmers for all types of simulators. Whilst he does single out fighter aircraft, such as the F/A-18C and the F-16C Viper, the controls can be mapped to your liking. In total, there is 40 buttons and switches, a gear and hook handle, jettison button and other rotary functions for the radio stack. The Multi-Functional Button Box has been designed to be simple to plug-and-play whilst giving users complete control over the input mapping.

The control box weighs a hefty 1.8kg with the unit measuring at 272 mm (10.7″) x 153 mm (6″) x height: 45 mm (1.8″) (excluding buttons).


As mentioned, the TotalControls Multi-Function Button Box is currently on a Kickstarter campaign to raise £65,069 (local currency will vary) and is so far at an impressive £24,026 with 91 backers. With 27-days left of the Kickstarter, there is still plenty of time for simmers to take a look at the offering and decide if this is a project they wish to back. There are various tiers (some of which are already sold out) which include a variety of rewards as a thank you to those who back the product. The video above will also give you a good idea on how the Multi-Function Button Box works and integrates with DCS.

Providing the Kickstarter is successful, Total Controls hopes to start shipping in the middle of 2021.

You can find out more and back the project from Total Controls right now on Kickstarter. They also have a website, Facebook page and an Instagram account you can follow.

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DCS: Syria Close to Release

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Eagle Dynamics have announced their DCS: Syria map was now in the final stages of development. The map will cover the eastern side of the Mediterranean Sea and 5 countries : Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, with a full size of about 610x440 km. 32 aerodromes will be included, and this unstable area of the world will enable campaign and
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Most DCS World Add-Ons Free For a Month

Eagle Dynamics has announced that DCS World will be completely free for people to download and use for the next month. Between April 18th and May 19th 2020, users can enjoy unlimited access to all DCS aircraft, maps and asset packs completely free of charge. Digital Combat Flight Simulator enables users to partake in aerial dog fights, a large number of missions
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TrueGrit Virtual Announces Eurofighter for DCS

In their weekly newsletter, Eagle Dynamics, the editor of DCS, has announced that a brand new company called TrueGrit Virtual Technologies is developing a Eurofighter Typhoon for DCS. This new company is led by Mr Gero Finke, a former instructor pilot of the German Air Force who has 15 years flying experience on the aircraft. His team is backed by
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DCS F-14 Tomcat By Heatblur FREE For The Weekend

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As a small present for Christmas, developer Heatblur Simulations is providing a FREE trial for the weekend on their F-14 Tomcat. The F-14 Tomcat was a naval air superiority fighter and long range interceptor. It was the only aircraft to carry the AIM-54 Phoenix, an air to air missile with over 100 Nm range. The F-14 Tomcat was the prominent
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