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Chuck Yeager's Air Combat Screenshots

User Screenshots

DOS version

Title Screen
Main Menu
Choose a mission
Mission Briefing
Chuck sizes up the competition
Your cockpit (P-51 Mustang)
External view
Map with mission objectives
Drawing a bead on the Germans
Negative G forces -- A redout!
Strafing a ground target
Mission debriefing
Checking the replay
Flying a mission with the Fw 190.
I've got a bandit on my six.
On the runway, ready for take-off (MiG-21 cockpit)
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 Fishbed
Enemy aircraft locked on!
North American F-86 Sabre
F-86 Sabre cockpit
Chasing a P-51 with my MiG-15.
You can fly these six planes in Chuck Yeager's Air Combat.
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Missile incoming, dropping flares.
Flying through a B-17 bomber formation.
In this mission I have to escort a pair of B-52 bombers.
Aircraft information sheet
Right-hand cockpit view
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 Fagot
That Flying Fortress is in big trouble...
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 in flight
Title screen (Tandy)
The sim has several historical missions available... (Tandy)
We end up right in the middle of WWII (Tandy)
External view (Tandy)
Chuck Yeager himself will give you advice, even in the middle of the fight (Tandy)
Credits (Advanced Gravis Ultrasound Version)

Macintosh version

Select from several type of flying from missions, test flights, and head to head on Mac
Test flight choose your plane
Several options for levels of detail
Options for head to head and screen performance
Throttle at 100% tail up heading down runway
Gear up sweeping back over airfield
Over head map view
Looking down on airfield from left wing view
Out of plane flyby view during flight
Check six from the P-51D
Another out of the plane view called circle that rotates around your plane during flight
Select a combat mission WW II, Korean War, or Vietnam. Let’s select Escort heavy B-17’s
Shows performance stats before mission to help you plan tactics and strategy
You start in the thick of action. Heavy B-17s 3:00 o’clock low with the BF-110’s just above so pouring on the coal to full power to slide in on the BF-110’s six o’clock.
The BF-110’s didn’t see me and down he goes and Chuck Yeager provides his congrats on the kill.