Please Note: Most files have now been transferred to our new servers. Some files may still be inaccessible so please let us know via our Facebook page.
Information
Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
[RAZ-014]
AUD$46.25 AUD$21.05
Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack

Available Options:
Delivery Option:  File Size: 163.27 MB
Compatibility: FSX, FS2004
Rewards Points: Earn 45 FlightSim Rewards with this purchase

  
   Reviews

Product Images
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
  • Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
Description

DON'T HAVE THE RAZBAM F2H-2 BANSHEE FOR FS9 OR FSX THEN DO NOT MISS OUT ON THIS INCREDIBLE OFFER

The F2H-2 was first ordered in May of 1948, and the first example (BuNo 123204) flew on August 18, 1949. A total of 364 F2H-2 Banshees were built, the first being delivered in the winter of 1949 and the last in May of 1952.

The F2H-2 Banshee was delivered to the following Navy and Marine Corps squadrons: VF-11, VF-12, VF-22, VF-62, VF-171, VF-172, VMF-122, VMF-214, VMF-224, and VMJ-1
The high climb rate and the good altitude performance of the F2H-2 made it attractive as an escort fighter. VF-172 arrived in Korean waters aboard the USS Essex (CV-9) in August of 1951. Their first mission was to escort a flight of USAF B-29s in an attack on some North Korean railroad marshaling years on August 25, 1951. This combat cruise ended in November 1951. Since Banshees were assigned with higher priority to the Sixth Fleet in the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, the Navy F2H-2s did not return to the Korean War zone until the autumn of 1952.

In September 1952, the Banshee returned to Korean waters, with VF-11 deploying aboard the USS Kearsarge(CV-33). They were followed by VF-22 and VF-62 in June of 1953, deploying aboard the USS Lake Champlain (CVA-39).

FS9/FSX version

  • 6 high detailed models with 11 different textures.
  • High detailed virtual cockpit, fully functional and clickable
  • Custom gauges
  • Custom Sound package
FS9 version
  • 6 high detailed models with 11 different textures.
  • High detailed virtual cockpit, fully functional and clickable
  • Custom gauges
  • Custom Sound package
The F2H-2P was an unarmed photographic reconnaissance version of the F2H-2. It had the distinction of being the first jet-powered reconnaissance aircraft built for the Navy. It differed from the standard F2H-2 in having a widened and longer nose to provide space for six vertical and oblique cameras. Total length was increased to 42 feet 5.2 inches. All armament was removed. For night photography, a container for 20 flash cartridges could be carried underneath each wing. The first F2H-2P (BuNo 123366) was started down the line as the 184th F2H-2, but was modified during production. It flew for the first time on October 12, 1950..

A total of 89 F2H-2Ps were built, the last example being delivered May 28, 1952, this being the last F2H-2 of any type delivered
Some photographic Banshees were used for special tests, including one on December 16, 1952 when two F2H-2Ps were launched from the USS Princeton (CVA-37) and guided a Regulus cruise missile to a target off the coast of southern California.

The F2H-2N was the single-seat night-fighter version of the F2H-2. It differed from the standard F2H-2 in having a 2-foot 9.6-inch longer nose that housed an AN/APS-19 radar set. The first three F2H-2Ns (BuNos 123300/123302 respectively) started as the 66th to 68th F2H-2 airframes, and were modified during production. The F2H-2N flew for the first time on February 3, 1950. The next eleven F2H-2Ns came off the line one at a time in the midst of batches of standard F2H-2s. This completed the small batch of F2H-2N night fighters.

F2H-2N BuNo 123311 was modified to serve as an aerodynamic prototype for the F2H-3 all-weather fighter version.

RAZBAM F2H Banshee FSX and FS9 expansion pack

FSX Version
  • McDonnell F2H-2N Composite Squadron 4 VC-4
  • McDonnell F2H-2P Marine Photographic Squadron 1, VMJ-1 Pohang (K-3) airstrip, Korea, 1953
  • McDonnell F2H-2P Utility Squadron 1, UV-1
  • McDonnell F2H-2 Banshee "Mission" models, special models designed to be used on missions, which are capable of droping ordnance
FS9 Version
  • McDonnell F2H-2N Composite Squadron 4 VC-4
  • McDonnell F2H-2P Marine Photographic Squadron 1, VMJ-1 Pohang (K-3) airstrip, Korea, 1953
  • McDonnell F2H-2P Utility Squadron 1, UV-1
AMAZING OFFER !!

BY BUYING THIS PACK YOU ARE GETTING BOTH THE BASE AIRCRAFT AND THE EXPANSION PACK !! THATS TOO GOOD TO MISS. Pricing: Special Offer: Base pack + expansion pack USD 35.00.

Customers who bought this product also purchased
Orbx - Lancair IV-P DVD
Orbx - Lancair IV-P DVD
Carenado - T34B Mentor FSX/P3D
Carenado - T34B Mentor FSX/P3D
Razbam - AV-8B Harrier II Plus
Razbam - AV-8B Harrier II Plus
Carenado - C172N Skyhawk II Float FSX/P3D
Carenado - C172N Skyhawk II Float FSX/P3D
Virtavia - A-4 Skyhawk
Virtavia - A-4 Skyhawk
Captain Sim - C-130 X-perience All-in-One Pack
Captain Sim - C-130 X-perience All-in-One Pack
Shopping Cart more
0 items
Authors & Publishers
Publisher Info
Razbam
Razbam Product Support
Other products
Notifications more
NotificationsNotify me of updates to Razbam - F2H Banshee FSX/FS9 Special Promo Pack
Tell A Friend
 
Tell someone you know about this product.
Reviews more
Write ReviewWrite a review on this product!
Currencies
Provided for reference only
Languages