Aeroplane Heaven's detailed rendition of the Stinson L-5 Sentinel for FSX and P3D brings you this reliable multi-role workhorse in seven paint schemes, with working rear observer’s controls, a full period radio suite, HD textures and authentic wear and tear.
All wires and pulleys for the control surfaces are animated and the the aircraft feature an animated pilot and observer as well as airframe shake and gauge needle tremble during engine start and idle.
The Stinson L-5 is typical of the type of aircraft developed during WWII for duties such as liaison, artillery spotting, photo-reconnaissance and casualty evacuation. Rugged and dependable, the design is a true 'work horse', showing little to no concern for aesthetics and equipped with no unnecessary embellishments. It simply does what it says on the tin.
Built over the best plans available and from factory engineering drawings
Highly detailed down to individual rivets and fabric effects
Many unique animations including aileron droop
Fully animated, highly realistic pilot and observer
Removable engine cover reveals the detailed Lycoming engine
Animated doors and drop-down Perspex windows
Fully detailed interior visible with all controls and fittings
Weather covers and pre-flights included
Highly realistic rendition of a WWII period Stinson cockpit
Unique 'shake' on airframe at engine start and idle
Unique needle tremble on engine start and low speed idle
Realistic engine start procedure with prop stutter
'Cold and Dark start function using switch
Specially animated aileron droop function in combination with flaps
Wear and tear, dust and scratches throughout cockpit
Working rear observer’s controls
All wires and pulleys for control surfaces are animated
Full period radio suite
Animated doors and windows
Liveries: The Stinson L-5 Sentinel is supplied in the following seven liveries:
'Dangerous Liaison' - Serial No. 4268591
US Coast Guard OY-1 - Serial No. 98168
US Marines VMO6 - Serial No. 03968 'WB'
Swiss Air Force A-96 - this machine was force-landed near Porrentruy by its pilot, 2nd Lt Roy G. Abbot in late 1944 and was later repaired and used by the Swiss Air Force
US Army machine - Serial No. 42 98989 - Stinson L-5s played a key role in the Normandy D-Day landings in 1944 and later. Black and white Invasion stripes were painted on all Allied aircraft so that ground forces would not confuse them with enemy aircraft.
KJ420 of the Malaya Command Flight, 1945 - the RAF South East Asia Command operated Stinsons during WWII.
The United States Air Force re-designated all of its L-5 Sentinels in 1962. The new designation was U-19A. This example, serial No. 4298633 is from that period.
Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold), FSX: Steam Edition or Lockheed Martin - Prepar3D V1-V4 Windows 10 / 8 / 7 / Vista / XP (32-bit or 64-bit) 2.0 GHz or any Dual Core 2 GB RAM 1 GB graphics card 1.35 GB hard drive space Download-Size: 480 MB
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