New Milviz T-38C Talon Previews

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Over on their Facebook page, Milviz has dropped some new previews of their work-in-progress T-38C Talon for FSX and Prepar3D.

A release may just be on the horizon with this aircraft looking quite consummate overall. Milviz’s rendition of the first supersonic trainer will include a modernised glass cockpit, weapons training (VRS Tacpack required), a custom flight control system, PBR textures and much more which you can find in the special features list at the end of this article.

You can discover all the Milviz T-38C Talon will have to offer on the product page which has recently been published. I’ll let the previews do the talking from here.

Special Features

  • Fully tested by USAF instructor pilots
  • New high quality external and internal models
  • New high quality ‘reduxed’ PBR textures
    (PBR Prepar3D v4.4+ only)
  • Realistic engines startup sequence
  • Realistic electric system including individual AC/DC/Battery buses modelling
  • Basic “Instructor Mode” available
  • Custom physics & FDE engine
  • Custom ground & structural dynamics
  • Aerodynamic model based on Northrop and NASA data
  • Realistic J-85 engine model
  • Custom Flight Control System model
  • High-resolution paint kit
  • Faithfully modelled data systems and avionics
  • Faithfully modelled weapons training systems
    (VRS TacPack required)
  • Navigraph support
    (subscription required for up to date ICAO data)
  • Custom failures model
  • Forced and random failures system
  • Icing effects and damage modelling
  • Realistic DX10/DX11 night lighting, landing lights and custom effects
  • High-quality sound set, including startups with two types of huffers
  • Exterior model manager to show/hide various elements
  • Highly detailed product operating handbook included
  • 10 HD liveries created by Gunnar von Meeren
Tags : Military VisualizationsMilvizNorthrupPBRT-38CTalonVRS Tacpack
Max Dyba

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I've been a fervent lover of aviation ever since I caught the bug back in 2009. I'm a seasoned flight simmer being involved in many projects and events within the flight simulation community over the past few years. Once I leave school, I plan to pursue my dream of becoming a commercial airline pilot. In addition to all that, I'm also a keen photographer who revels in plane spotting around the world.
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