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AOA Simulations Confirms AT-6 Wolverine In Development

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X-Plane developer AOA Simulations has announced that they are working on the AT-6 Wolverine. The news follows on from their teaser renders a few days ago which saw the community guessing which aircraft it was that they were working on.

The  TAT-6 Wolverine is derived from the Beechcraft T-6 Texan II specifically for the United States. According to Airforce Technology, the AT-6 Wolverine is a light-attack and armed reconnaissance aircraft. It can fly at a maximum speed of Mach 0.67 to a range of over 3,000KM.

In the original post, the team showed various close-up screenshots of the plane in its current state.

AOA Simulations said in their Facebook post that the AT-6 Wolverine will be included in their T-6B Texan II package.

We’ll keep you updated with any developments on this aircraft.

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AOA Simulations Teases Unannounced Aircraft

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AOA Simulations has teased a yet-to-be-announced aircraft via Facebook. The tease on Facebook came with a brief comment from the team asking the community to "guess what we are cooking..." No mention of the aircraft type was made. However, Emm Stt guessed on Facebook that it could be either the "Raytheon T-6 Texan II....or pilatus PC-9.." AOA Simulations then followed up with a new preview
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AOA T-X Cockpit Previews

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AOA Simulations has been providing us with a steady stream of previews of their upcoming Boeing/Saab T-X. This time, AOA wants to share some more of the cockpit with us, which is shaping up nicely with high quality modelling and textures. Though the textures aren't finished yet, according to the post, the first PBR textures have been applied and are
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AOA Simulations Previews Boeing/Saab T-X Cockpit Renders

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Since the announcement of their Boeing/Saab T-X project back in April, developer AOA Simulations has been hard at work on the development of the Boeing/Saab T-X with development now focused on the cockpit. The brief update from their Facebook page shows a couple of interesting cockpit renders showing what we can expect from this release for X-Plane 11. What we
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AOA Simulations Boeing/Saab T-X Previews

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Over on Facebook, AOA Simulations shared a few more previews of their upcoming Boeing/Saab T-X. According to the description with the previews, the team has been trying out the famous Mach Loop in their plane. The previews also show the airplane’s exterior in a more finished state than last time, with PBR textures and an entire arrangement of weaponry.

The plane has been in development for some time for X-Plane 11.

The Boeing T-X is a single-engine advanced jet trainer powered by a GE F404 after burning turbofan engine. The aircraft was first revealed in 2016, and in 2018 it was announced that the T-X would become the new U.S. Air Force’s jet trainer, replacing the T-38 Talon.

We’ll keep you up to date as more information and previews of this plane appear.

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AOA Previews Boeing/Saab T-X In X-Plane

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The team at AOA Simulations has dropped some more previews of their upcoming Boeing/Saab T-X jet trainer. While the previews lack PBR and animations, the modelling has progressed to a point where the plane exterior is looking relatively complete. The Boeing T-X is a single-engine advanced jet trainer powered by a GE F404 after burning turbofan engine. The aircraft was
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AOA Simulations Releases Van’s RV-8 for X-Plane 11

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AOA Simulations has released the Van's RV-8, a tandem two-seat light aircraft capable of 174 knots and aerial acrobatics. Over on their Facebook page, AOA Simulations mention that the aircraft features two versions, the RV-8 conventional tail wheel variant and RV-8A Tri-cycle variant. The aircraft has been modelled with precision to include animated pilots, custom Garmin G1000 PFD and MFD
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AOA Simulations Announces Boeing/Saab T-X Advanced Jet Trainer for X-Plane 11

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In a very short Facebook post, AOA Simulations formally announced that they are developing the Boeing/Saab T-X Advanced Jet Training for X-Plane 11. The post follows on from their brief development post from the previous day. In their brief statement regarding their other projects, they said that the RV-8 is current in beta testing and various bugs have been fixed. Very
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AOA Simulations F35A Released for X-Plane 11

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AOA Simulations, developers renowned for their F35B and V22 Osprey aircraft, has released their latest project, the F35A for X-Plane. AOA Simulations announced the release via their Facebook page. Although AOA has previously released the Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing (STOVL) F35B, the F35A is a whole new build and shares very little code from the previous model. This particular
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