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  1. Just catching up after being in hospital and rehab. for a bit and wanted to say that flying the Link Trainer was the norm for awhile after WWII and as a Naval Cadet pursuing my Wings of Gold I sat it the spinning tilting blue box a few hours.  I prefered the actual aircraft personally.

     

  2. Have not experienced using VR myself but if, as Aussieman points out the movement speed is excessive I'm not sure I'd be too quick to adopt the technique.  I base my opinion on real life IFR flying where rapid head movement can and does induce inner ear fluid movement.  This causes the inner ear to produce feedback that can lead to confusion, and a breakdown of the pilots scan.

     

  3. When Monument Valley was first released I had problems with floating terrain etc.  Another person posted a solution that worked for me so the Monument Valley display properly.

    I quote his reply to remove a file from "Utah Complete" if you have that scenery installed.  It may work for the problems in the posts above.

     

    If you have James Udall's scenery of Utah Complete (a nice addition), file cvxLAKEPOWELL.bgl intrudes upon Monument Valley so it should be removed. 

  4. On 5/6/2018 at 3:47 PM, Rodger Pettichord said:

    In Phan Rang, there were Americans, Korneans, Vietnamese, and Australians operating. This thread so far has been all Americans. Any Aussies or Koreans or Vietnamese want to add a aircraft memory?

    I'm pretty sure there are not too many Viet Namese who frequent these forums to comment on the war, U.S troops who served in Viet Nam number 300,000 while Australian personal was approx. 60,000.  The 5 to 1 difference would account for more stories. 

  5. Most important memories for me were first cruise on USS Forestal.  Shortly after arriving on station had ordnance prematurely released from A/C on flight deck with catastrophic results killing 135 crew members in a matter of minutes. Not what you call nice memories.  Returned home to repair the damage and transferred to HC-2 returned to Vietnam Aboard USS America CV 66.  I was very happy to serve as Plane Guard rescuing our guys when they had to ditch.  Although not as exciting as flying air strikes as before it was much more rewarding in my mind.

     

  6. On 3/30/2018 at 2:08 PM, spud said:

    Nick,

    FWIW I received a mail notice about my new VISA card being a "chip" card and having a PIN number.  I thought perhaps this was to be used instead of the three digits on the reverse of the card when entering data for payment.  I tried changing to that new number but still do not get a link for downloading.

    I do want purchase the two airports but at this point it seems that I may not be able to do so unless I can get a link to download.

     

    Hmmm,

    guess Florida money isn't good enough for the latest ORBX software and the 'Bill's Back' files.  I'll just empty my cart and silently slink away as it appears that no solution is forthcoming on this "problem".

     

  7. Nick,

    FWIW I received a mail notice about my new VISA card being a "chip" card and having a PIN number.  I thought perhaps this was to be used instead of the three digits on the reverse of the card when entering data for payment.  I tried changing to that new number but still do not get a link for downloading.

    I do want purchase the two airports but at this point it seems that I may not be able to do so unless I can get a link to download.

     

  8. Strange I've entered all my Credit Card info etc. and never got any link to download the software that's what I'm trying to find now????

    Attached (hopefully) is a screenshot of the checkout showing the $28.96 for the purchase.  That is as far as I get, never see a link to download ?????

     

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  9. My most vivid memory of WW II was Aug. 1945.  My older brother, sister and I had walked to the Clarkston, WA beach on the Snake River from our little home in Lewiston, ID to swim and were crossing the bridge across the Snake on our way home when all hades broke loose.  Horns blaring people shouting, guns firing.  Three frightened children finally found out it was just announced that Japan had surrendered.

    We thought hey the war's over dad would be home.  Running, walking, resting the 3-4 miles to home seemed to take forever.  Disappointment was very real to find out it would be months before dear old dad got home from the China, Burma, India theater of war.

     

  10. 6 hours ago, Nick Cooper said:

    Hello spud,

    neither product has appeared in your account yet, so I guess that your purchase is not complete

    Probably because I clicked the "X" and emptied the cart as I couldn't download the files.

      I have now re-visited the store and refilled my cart with the two files, also payment via credit card (VISA) but still can't find a down load link can you help with a link?

    Thanks

  11. Have a problem with the IBlue Yonder airports purchase.  I have selected both of the new airports (Nantucket and Plumb Island) they are in my cart.  Entered my VISA card info and cannot fine any way to download the scenery.

    Can anyone provide the info as to how to download the two airports after providing all the info for payment via credit card?  If not I need to cancel my purchase.

    Thanks for any assistance!

     

  12. On 3/7/2018 at 12:17 AM, Glenn Eric said:

    I just bought the global pack...WOW...It is unreal. I'm going to buy vector too but that huge file will take hours to download.

    As you experienced the new textures in Global, Vector's improved coastlines and other improvements will increase your enjoyment even more.

     

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