Here is another pack from T.S.C.Plage and Mapfact , this time it's the Antonov 12. I don't know much about this plane but from what wikipedia says
The Antonov An-12 (NATO reporting name: Cub) is a four-engined turboprop transport aircraft. It is the military version of the Antonov An-10. The first prototype flew in March 1957. Over 900 had been built, in both military and civilian versions, before production finally ended in 1973. The An-12BP entered Soviet military service in 1959. In terms of configuration, size and capability, the aircraft is very similar to the United States built Lockheed C-130 Hercules.
Well anyway , if you liked the DC-3 pack you will most likely want this one as well , also you will need the DC-3 pack to use this pack. It can be found by clicking here
Content: 1. Introduction 2. Installation 3. Versions 4. Thanks 5. Miscellaneous 6. Disclaimer Introduction: This addonpack is based on the unfinished An-12 of the Bloody Days Mod (BDM). It includes various versions of the Antonov 12 which was known under it's codename "Cub" at the western military (NATO). This pack contains three real existing versions (or versions that really have existed) and two fictitious ones. Installation: Copy all files from the included "AddOns" folder to your Resistance-addonsfolder: Path: ...\OperationFlashpoint\Res\AddOns The better way is of course to create a MOD folder. Important!!! The pack only works in combination with the "Mapfact DC-3 Pack". Versions: Informations about side and editorname of the diffrent versions: East - Mapfact Air: - An-12 CCCP (an12_cccp) - An-12 Redstar (an12) Resistance - Mapfact Air: - An-12 FIA (an12_fia) Civilian - Mapfact Air: - An-12 Aeroflot (an12_aeroflot) - An-12 United Nogovan (an-12_united) Thanks: I want to thank the guys from the BDM for their authorisation to use this addon. Miscellaneous: For questions, critics, ideas... - Forum - www.mapfact.net - Forum - www.truesoldiersclique.com Disclaimer: This is not an official addon. Use at your own risk! The creator(s) and/or the hoster(s) aren't responsible for any hard- and/or software-defects! Spreading via OFP news-/fanpages and P2P is tolerated. Have fun!
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