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MilViz release T-50 Bobcat

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MilViz have released their latest military aircraft, the T-50 Bobcat. This little aircraft produced in 1940 saw an incredible rise in its popularity due to its construction requirements. However, after WW2 the popularity quickly declined and were considered obsolete in 1949.

The T-50 comes with a lot of detail and features from MilViz. There is a radio range system, a fully functional simulation of the Low Frequency Radio Range system. This is an early radio navigational system beginning in the 1930’s until replaced by VHF band VOR navigation in the 1950’s. The aircraft also comes with support for MilViz’ MVAMS (Milviz Aircraft Management System) that allows you to easily change configuration settings about your aircraft. Last but not least is the support for multiple avionics packages from different parties. The aircraft is available for FSX and Prepar3d. You can get the T-50 for $39.99 from the MilViz site, although there is a limited introductory price the first week that takes $10 off this price.

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