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Klaus109

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Map South Germany/Austria in work - downloads added
« on: September 28, 2011, 02:51:41 PM »

edit by Gerax 17-5-13: DL links see post #71!

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Hi Folks,

I've been working quite a while now to update my map to UP3 RC4. Also with the textures I wasn't satisfied. I searched some time and I think I found a fairly good mixture.



As well I had an inspiration. During the building of the airfields, I noticed that around 60% of the quarters of the personnel are outside of the airport, -field, or rather near a village or edge of town. Thereupon I put a ground plate and 4 spawn (stay) points near the quarters. Then I just choose the “Kubelwagen” (Kübelwagen) at the homebase. With the Kubelwagen I drove to the airfield and latched(?) the homebase of the airfield and sat in my plane.


It is a flight-simulation but in my humble opinion a little variety does no harm. If UP3 RC4 makes it possible, why we shouldn't use it? Only than are the size of the airfields really notable, when you drive along. Here's a picture to show you what I mean:





I took a few short videos (nrtk) of a few airfields. Please indulge me, my way of driving is a bit...

Here is the link. Please unzip and copy the file in your “records” folder. Feedback is very welcome.

https://rapidshare.com/files/4202403528/Kuebelwagen.rar


Here a few new pictures of finished airfields:

Augsburg-Haunstetten/Bavaria, 5 km South of Augsburg, Industrial-Port of the Messerschmitt Company; Greensward with paved hangar apron









Böblingen/ Baden-Wuerttemberg , 3 km West of the Town-heart; military airfield with Controlbase Göppingen; Greensward; Industrial-Port of the Klemm Company and the Mercedes-Benz plants.

Deployment of the Jagdgeschwader (Fighter Wing) 52 in July 1939.








Lechfeld/Bavaria, 20km South of Augsburg. Airbase with Controlbase Leipheim. Industrial-Port of the Messerschmitt Plants for final assembly and test flight. Paved: 1 Runway NNE – SSW, hangar apron, taxiway. Codename: „Lampenschirm“ (lampshade).




Gablingen/Bavaria, 8 km North of Augsburg; Airpark with Controlbase Leipheim.







Memmingen/Bavaria, 4 km East, Controlbase, since 1943 Messerschmitt – Flighttest and Fly-in operations;

1 Runway and paved hangar apron. Codename: „Niederschlag“ (rainfall/precipitation)

Deployment of the Kampfgeschwader 51 3rd. Group (bomber wing) in August 1939.







Landsberg/Lech/Bavaria, 4 km Northeast of Town; Controlbase; 2 paved take-off ramp .

Deployment of the Kampfgeschwader 51 Stab and 1st. Group in May 1939.








Göppingen/Baden-Wuerttemberg, 3 km East of Town; Controlbase with Greensward, 2 paved take-off ramp:








Hailfingen/Baden-Wuerttemberg, 10 km East of Nagold; Airbase 1st. Order with 2 paved runways.







Malmsheim/Baden-Wuerttemberg, 18 km West of Stuttgart; Airbase with Cotrolbase Göppingen;

Greensward; paved Taxiway






Leipheim/Bavaria, 20 km East-Nord-East of Ulm, Controlbase, Airbase 1st. Order, Industrial-Port Messerschmitt; paved apron, taxiways, 1 Runway NNE-SSW; Codename: “Lampion” (Chinese lantern)






Laupheim/Baden-Wuerttemberg, 20 km SSW of Ulm; Airbase 1st. Order; Greensward with paved apron; Codename: “Liegestuhl” (Deckchair/beachchair)






Nellingen/Baden-Wuerttemberg, 10 km SE of Stuttgart; Airbase 1st. Order with Greensward and with paved apron







I do hope you like the pictures? And as well I do hope you understand my attempted explanation of the use and possibilities with the Kubelwagen?

More pictures unter this Link

http://ultrapack.tuttovola.org/index.php/topic,3673.0.html


Best regards

Klaus


P.S. Klaus asked me to help him to translate his German text into English.

Hopefully I did it somehow understandable? Jambo
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #1 on: September 28, 2011, 03:44:28 PM »

Looks awesome. How far north above Stuttgart does this map go. I was stationed in Seigelsbach (Heilbronn area) and in WW2 it was a German V2 missle storage site that was destroyed by the 320th BG flying B-26s and was hoping someday to fly the same mission they did in WW2 and blow that place off the map.
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2011, 04:21:16 AM »

Awesome, awesome ...
Good work
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2011, 07:11:55 AM »

Heavy bombers will have more targets, and german fighters more bombers to shoot down.
Great !!!
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2011, 11:00:29 AM »

Wow, awesome...finally a map where I can fly above my hometown :)
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2011, 11:59:52 AM »

Nice looking map to fly over :)
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2011, 06:13:15 AM »

Looks great!
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #7 on: December 21, 2011, 04:49:47 PM »

Today I'd like to show you a few more new pictures:

Schwäbisch-Hall / Baden-Wuerttemberg, 5 km ENE of the Town; military airfield with Control-base Ansbach;
will be in 1943 Industrial-Port for final assembly and test flight of the Bf 109 (later Me 109) and the Me 262;
Hangar apron with taxiway and 1 runway E-W paved; Codename: „Semmering“
Flying units: 2nd. Close-reconnaissance group 6, 6th. Nightfighterwing 6, 9th. Destroyerwing 26, 1st. Group
and Staff of the Fighterwing 40, 1st. Fighterwing 51, 2nd. Group of Fighterwing 53 and the 4th. Group of
Fighterwing 100






Oberpfaffenhofen/Bavaria., 20 km WSW Munich; Industrial-Port Dornier repair yard; Hangar apron and 1
runway NE-SW paved;






Fürstenfeldbruck/Bavaria., 20 km WNW Munich; Airbase with Control-base Leipheim, Greensward;
Hangar apron and circular road paved. Codename: „Glashütte“ - (Glasworks)
Deployment of the 2nd. Group of Jagdgeschwader (Fighter Wing) 51 in October 1939






Neubiberg/Bavaria, 8 km SE of Munich; Airbase with Control-base Bad Aibling; Greensward,
paved hangar apron; Codename: „Max“
Last flight of the 2nd. Group of Fighter-Wing 52 on May, 8th. 1945 from Zeltweg (Styria) to Neubiberg in
escort of U.S. Airforce planes.






I would also like to show you a few towns:

Ulm



Starnberg



Rosenheim



Obersalzberg




Günzburg



Augsburg



Lindau/Bodensee



Konstanz/Bodensee



Friedrichshafen



Bregenz/Bodensee



I do hope that you liked these pictures? If everything is runing smooth I do hope til the end of January
everything is finished!
Best regards
Klaus
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #8 on: December 22, 2011, 07:40:55 AM »

Great shoots mate!

Keep up the great work you're doing!!

All the best!

And Merry Xmas & Happy New Year!
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #9 on: December 22, 2011, 08:21:44 AM »

Impressive screens, thank you and good luck for the remaining work !
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #10 on: December 22, 2011, 04:45:44 PM »

Wow, great pack! Any plans for Schlessheim (spelling?) - I understand it was the most bombed airport of the war.. I was just there a few months ago....
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Re: Map South Germany/Austria in work
« Reply #11 on: December 22, 2011, 05:44:31 PM »

I have plans of Oberschleißheim. Thank you demand.
Sorry Google translate.
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