FSX Flight Plan OB-31 Hastings NE
FSX Flight Plan for OB-31 Hastings NE (Old). IFR high speed low altitude military training route. This is the fourteenth in a series of flight plans I will be uploading in the near future. This route goes through flat and rolling terrain in Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. These are great routes for B-52, F-111, B-1B, B-2 A6, A4, Vulcan and any fighter or bomber enthusiasts. Of course you can fly the route with any aircraft of your choice. Included in this package are two spectacular gauges by Karol Chlebowski for TFR flying and Pave Tack which includes many advanced features for bombing, navigation and reconnaissance. These two gauges will greatly enhance your ability to fly these challenging routes and are a great companion of the flight plans. Another option to download Version 2. 1 of my
Show more... mini panel which has all this functionality and more. Background. Strategic Air Command (SAC) from the early 1960s through the 1990s had many Low Altitude High Speed Training Routes throughout the United States where its aircrews could practice Low altitude Terrain Avoidance Navigation, Simulated Bombing and Electronic Warefare Training. These routes were called Oil Burner until the mid 1970s when they were renamed Olive Branch to be more politically correct. Each route had an associated Radar Bomb Scoring (RBS) site that provided Bomb scoring and Electronic Warfare activity. These routes were located in very unpopulated areas. Each route also had a name normally associated with the nearest town or village closest to the RBS site. As an old B-52 crewmember myself for over 14 years I flew most of these route routinely. Although that type of flying cant totally be simulated these Flight Simulator routes using some of the very nice addon aircraft come very close to reality. I will be releasing more of the Oil Burner routes as I get them developed. I have been able to get the data for most of the routes from old paper charts and files I had stored away for years. I have also been able to find much information on the internet the on routes I did not keep the charts from. Even though these routes are old some of them have been renamed and are still in use today. I think you will find these fun and sometimes a bit challenging to fly.. . Thanks to Karol Chlebowski for the use of the very impressive Pave Tack and TFR gauges. [COPYRIGHT & DISTRIBUTION] The software contained in this archive is supplied as freeware, and as such no fee or charge may be made for its use. The author grants permission for the free distribution in its PRESENT FORM ONLY, however the aforementioned archive and its contents, as well as all other freeware files included in this package remain the exclusive copyright of their respective authors, and again, no charge may be for any part of this archive. DISCLAIMER There is no warranty or guarantee of any kind, expressed or implied, for any problems whatsoever resulting from the use of this software (though it s very unlikely). The user assumes all risk related to the use of these files. Bill McClellan Email. kv0iatcox. net Show less...