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Flight Deck III (Windows)

Flight Deck III Screenshots

Windows version

On board the USS George Washington, inside a Tomcat at night.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
On board the USS George Washington, inside a Tomcat at during the day.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The USS George Washington is well modelled, shame that the colour of the surrounding sea doesn't match.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The Tomcat flying past the USS George Washington.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
A CH-43 Sea Knight taking off.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
Showing deck personnel and the pop-up blast screen.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
Bringing a S-3A Viking in for landing at sea using a prepared flight over the Sea of Japan.

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The S-3A Viking on the carrier deck, this shot also shows the Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System (FLOLS)
The F-18 Hornet showing wheel well detail

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The E-2C Hawkeye on deck

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The AV-8B II Harrier on landing approach

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The carrier HMNZS Waikato

Using Flight Simulator 2004
The new scenery files viewed in Flight Simulator 2004. Sometimes these are not picked up automatically and have to be added manually.
The prepared flights as viewed in Flight Simulator 2004
The Arrestor Cable utility runs in it's own window. Separate versions are installed with the 2002 Flight Sim installation and the 2004 Flight Sim installation. Both do the same job
The scenery files as they appear in Flight Simulator 2002
The prepared flights as they appear in Flight Simulator 2002
The supplied aircraft carriers as they appear in the menus for Flight Simulator 2002. CVN-67 is the John F. Kennedy, CVN-68 is the Nimitz, and CVN-69 is the Dwight D. Eisenhower
A Viking on the deck of CVN-71, the Theodore Roosevelt, in the Bay of Bengal.

Using Flight Simulator 2002