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Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.1 - 20181002
« on: January 15, 2018, 01:36:02 PM »

FIAT G.91R/T by GIO V1.1

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G91R1 air.G_91R1 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER
G91R3 air.G_91R3 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER
G91R4 air.G_91R4 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER
G91PAN air.G_91PAN 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER
G91T1 air.G_91T1 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER
G91T3 air.G_91T3 1 NOINFO    i01 SUMMER

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G91R1           Fiat G.91R/1, 1958
G91R3           Fiat G.91R/3, 1960
G91R4           Fiat G.91R/4, 1961
G91PAN          Fiat G.91R PAN, 1964
G91T1           Fiat G.91T/1, 1964
G91T3           Fiat G.91T/3, 1964


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As a result of experiences from the Korean War alongside newly developed concepts of aerial cooperation, the members of NATO recognised a need to reequip their inventories with a suitable jet-powered ground attack aircraft. In December 1953, NATO Supreme Command issued specifications for a new light tactical support aircraft. European manufacturers were invited to submit their designs for this requested Light Weight Strike Fighter role. The G.91 was designed to this specification by the Italian engineer Giuseppe Gabrielli, hence the "G" designation. The competition was intended to produce an aircraft that was light, small, expendable, equipped with basic weapons and avionics and capable of operating with minimal ground support. These specifications were developed for two reasons: the first was the nuclear threat to large air bases, many cheaper aircraft could be better dispersed, and the other was to counter the trend towards larger and more expensive aircraft.

The specified technical requirements included a 1,100 m (3,610 ft) takeoff distance over a 15 m (49 ft) obstacle, the capability to operate from semi-prepared grass airstrips and roads, a maximum speed of Mach 0.95, a range of 280 km (170 mi) with 10 minutes over the target while possessing a maximum of 2,200 kg (4,850 lb) empty weight and 4,700 kg (10,360 lb) max weight. Equipment requirements were the presence of armoured protection for the pilot and the fuel tanks along with alternative arrangements of 4 × 12.7 mm (.5 in) machine guns or 2 × 20 mm or 30 mm autocannon. These operational specifications were viewed as not being straightforward to fulfil at that time.

The challenge of providing an engine that matched the requirements of lightness and power, reliability and ease of maintenance was solved by using the Bristol Siddeley Orpheus turbojet then at the start of development in the UK. Development of this engine was aided by substantial contribution from the US Mutual Weapons Development Programme. Nine of the ten designs to be subsequently submitted for the competition were powered by the Orpheus engine.

Italian G.91R/1


On 3 June 1955, it was announced that the Fiat G.91 had been selected as the design with the most promise. Out of the submissions, the two winning projects were, in order: the Breguet Br. 1001 Taon and the Fiat G.91. A third aircraft design was subsequently added: the Dassault Mystère XXVI. As a result of the G.91's selection, an immediate order was received for three prototypes and a total of 27 pre-production aircraft. Fiat quickly set about developing the concept to the prototype phase; noticeable changes in the design occurred during this phase, such as increases in the aircraft's maximum weight due to the addition of supplementary equipment and structural strengthening measures.

On 9 August 1956, the prototype G.91 conducted its maiden flight at the Caselle airfield airfield, Turin, Italy; it was flown by Chief Test Pilot Riccardo Bignamini. Accordingly, the G.91 had achieved a seven-month head start over the Dassault prototype and almost a year ahead of the Breguet Taon. An intensive series of test flights followed the type's maiden flight, these were not without setbacks. The most serious problem discovered during these was the presence of aeroelastic vibrations, leading to a series of investigative flights to resolve this condition. On 20 February 1957, during a test flight intended to explore the limits of the aircraft's speed-load envelope, difficulties led to the destruction of the first G.91 prototype. The cause of the prototype's loss was linked to problems encountered with the horizontal control system which had led to structural failure; this led to the tail assembly being subjected to rigorous testing to identify the cause of the failure.

The re-engineering work that had been performed to cure the vibration problem was very extensive and resulted in the second prototype being fitted with a larger tail, a six cm (two in) higher canopy, and the addition of a ventral fin. The second prototype had other modifications, including the installation of a full armament and a more powerful Orpheus engine capable of 4,850 lbf. In July 1957, the second prototype performed its first flight; it was not immediately sent to participate in the final evaluation process. Both the third and fourth G.91 prototypes were later sent to France to continue the evaluation flights.

The final selection of the competing designs was planned for late 1957. In September 1957, at the Centre d'Essais en Vol at Brétigny-sur-Orge, in France, the three rival aircraft types met for evaluation trials. During these trials, the Italian aircraft is claimed to have delivered an impressive performance. In January 1958, the Fiat G.91 was officially declared the winner of the competition.

Portuguese G.91R/4


In April 1958, following a meeting of NATO defence ministers, an agreement was formed that the G.91 would be the first NATO lightweight strike fighter, and that it was to be followed in 1961 by "a developed version" of the Breguet Taon. In May 1958, a production meeting was scheduled to discuss the production of the aircraft with financial support from the United States; the Americans would provide some of the finance for the French, German and Italian aircraft, in addition to paying for the Turkish aircraft The defence ministers reached an agreement to order 50 aircraft for each country.

Given the large economic and commercial interests at stake, there was a certain amount of controversy surrounding this decision. After the loss of the first G.91 prototype, the French government preferred to pursue development of the locally designed Étendard instead. The British government similarly ignored the competition to concentrate on Hawker Hunter production for the same role. The Italian government had elected to order the G.91 for the Italian Air Force prior to the results of the competition being known. These pre-production machines would later go on to serve for many years with the Italian aerobatic team, the Frecce Tricolori, designated as the G.91 PAN.

G.91R Pan


By 1957, Fiat Aviazone was in the process of establishing the first production line for the G.91 at their facility at Turin-Aeritalia Airport, Piedmont, Italy. In total, Fiat constructed 174 G.91s of various variants for Italy, along with an additional 144 G.91 R/3 variants for West Germany (including 50 that had been ordered and then cancelled by Greece and Turkey). The first order was for 50 aircraft from Aeritalia, then Dornier and other German firms had an order for 232 machines, which was later increased to 294. The Luftwaffe also bought 44 G-91T/3 two-seat trainers and another 22 were produced in Germany, ending production in 1972.

The German order involved a production run of 294 G.91s that were domestically constructed in Germany under a license production arrangement by Flugzeug-Union Süd, a consortium of former competitors Messerschmitt, Heinkel and Dornier; Messerschmitt produced the forward fuselage and tail assembly, Dornier manufactured the center fuselage along with final assembly and flight testing, while Heinkel fabricated the wing. The G.91 holds the distinction of being the first combat aircraft to be manufactured in Germany since the Second World War. On 20 July 1961, the first German-built G.91 conducted its first flight from Oberpfaffenhofen Airfield.

German G.91R/3


Aeritalia also negotiated a comprehensive license manufacturing agreement for the Orpheus engine that powered the type.  Messier-Bugatti-Dowty produced the aircraft's undercarriage.

The G.91 was also considered by a number of nations, including Austria, Norway, and Switzerland. During early 1961, four G.91s were shipped to the United States in order to participate in a formal evaluation program for the United States Army; these aircraft were subjected to several evaluation trials, the majority of which taking place within Alabama and New Mexico. The US Army studied the use of the type as a possible Forward Air Control aircraft. However, the service subsequently relinquishing all fixed-wing aircraft operations to the United States Air Force, and thus the prospective G.91 procurement was not pursued.


 The Fiat G.91 is a lightweight tactical ground attack aircraft designed for simplicity and agility. It is a subsonic aircraft, being powered by a single Bristol Siddeley Orpheus turbojet engine. A key function of the aircraft is its short-field capability, having been constructed with a rugged airframe to withstand the demands imposed by high-intensity operations and the use of semi-prepared airstrips; the undercarriage is furnished with low-pressure tyres for the same purpose. The standard mission of the G.91 was the attack of targets within a 170-mile radius of its base with a typical loiter time of ten minutes, travelling at maximum speed in the combat area and traversing at cruise speeds.

Italian G.91T/1


The all-metal fuselage uses conventional and straightforward construction methods, being a semi-monocoque design manufactured in three sections. The forward section, which was produced separate to the others before being rivetted to the centre fuselage, contains various radio navigation and communication equipment such as radio direction finder, transponder, ultra high frequency (UHF) radio, and identification friend or foe (IFF); the nose typically contained a total of three cameras. The cockpit is positioned directly above the chin-mounted air intake for the engine. It is surrounded on three sides with steel armour plating, the glass windshield is also armoured. The cockpit is furnished with a Martin-Baker Mk.4 ejector seat; it is both pressurised and equipped with manually controlled climate controls.

The center fuselage section houses the armament bay, which is set beneath the cockpit, and the seven split fuel tanks, which are protected against damage from ground fire by armour plating. The armament bay can accommodate up to four 12.7 mm (0.50 in) M2 Browning machine guns with 300 rounds of ammo per gun, or alternatively up to two 30 mm (1.18 in) DEFA cannons with 120 rounds per cannon. Other munitions included various rockets and bombs; while gun pods and external drop tanks can be installed on hardpoints fitted on the wing. Both weapons and ammunition in the armament bay were mounted on panel doors, which could be easily removed and quickly swapped by two men during rearming on the ground. In addition, various access panels are incorporated to enable simple field maintenance duties to be readily performed on the type.

The G.91 is equipped with an swept wing, which uses an all-metal two-spar structure; the outer panels can all be detached for transportation or easy replacement, while the center section is integral with the fuselage. It is swept at a 37-degree angle at quarter-chord with a thickness-to-chord ratio of 10 per cent. The wing features single-slotted flaps and hydraulically-actuated ailerons. The tailplane is electrically actuated and had irreversible hydraulic elevators fitted with an artificial feel system as well as hydraulically-actuated air brakes and a drogue parachute located at the base of the rudder for rapid deceleration.

German G.91T/3



For the purpose of readily carrying out operations from austere airstrips, Fiat developed purpose-built ground support equipment for easy and rapid servicing of the aircraft. The equipment needed to inspect, maintain, resupply and repair the G.91 were designed to possess minimal weight and size to facilitate transportation. Fiat also completed a study to add hooks onto the aircraft for the purpose compatibility with arresting gear and aircraft catapult for further increased short field performance, a number of production aircraft in Luftwaffe service were outfitted as such.


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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2018, 01:38:51 PM »

Reserved
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #2 on: January 15, 2018, 03:23:31 PM »

Thank you  :P :P
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #3 on: January 15, 2018, 05:15:36 PM »

You are awesomely fantastic, thank yo very much.
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« Reply #4 on: January 15, 2018, 10:03:58 PM »

Thanks you.
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #5 on: January 15, 2018, 10:38:35 PM »

Gina! ]wav[

Thanks a bomb to all involved.

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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #6 on: January 16, 2018, 01:23:48 AM »

It's nice that it was made.
Just why there was a row about Fiat G.91 from the Avia Skin Forum.
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #7 on: January 16, 2018, 02:04:49 AM »

Thank you for this. Absolutely amazing.

One question before I take this joy for a spin.

Running the latest version of BAT (Pathfinder). Where does the cod folder go?
Can't seem to remember the directory.
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #8 on: January 16, 2018, 02:08:11 AM »

Very nice aircraft, dude, My Book does on my List, Anyway, My Logs Picking up something.

Code: [Select]
[8:51:39 AM] Load bridges
[8:51:39 AM] Load static objects
[8:51:42 AM] ##### House without collision (3do/Buildings/Port/Floor/live.sim)
[8:51:46 AM] ##### House without collision (3do/Tree/Tree2.sim)
[8:51:55 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMesh: Can't find chunk 'Gear5e_D0'
[8:51:55 AM] ERROR [com.maddox.sound.SamplePool@1abbbd] Cannot load sample pool: motor.J-47.start.end
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: Can't open file '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh'
[8:51:56 AM] WARNING: object '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh' of class 'SkinTL' not loaded
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: MeshObj: Can't load mesh 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh
[8:51:56 AM] WARNING: object '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him' of class 'HIM' not loaded
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM]
[8:51:56 AM] java.lang.RuntimeException: INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM]
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.engine.HierMesh.Load(Native Method)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.engine.HierMesh.<init>(HierMesh.java:596)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Cockpit.<init>(Cockpit.java:751)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitPilot.<init>(CockpitPilot.java:366)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitG_91T.<init>(CockpitG_91T.java:127)
[8:51:56 AM] at java.lang.Class.newInstance0(Native Method)
[8:51:56 AM] at java.lang.Class.newInstance(Unknown Source)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Aircraft.createCockpits(Aircraft.java:2591)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Aircraft.load(Aircraft.java:2116)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.loadAir(Mission.java:1288)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.ai.Wing.load(Wing.java:144)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.loadWings(Mission.java:1078)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission._load(Mission.java:653)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.access$600(Mission.java:123)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission$BackgroundLoader.run(Mission.java:409)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.rts.BackgroundTask.doRun(BackgroundTask.java:155)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:108)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:54:09 AM] WARNING: ****( Unexpected txr reload (tfNoCompress16Bit,tfCompressMajorAlpha): '3DO/Plane/Textures/propellor.tga'
[8:54:28 AM] WARNING: ****( Unexpected txr reload (tfNoCompress16Bit,tfCompressMajorAlpha): '3DO/Plane/Textures/propellor.tga'
[8:55:56 AM] ERROR file: File users/doe/Icons not found
[8:56:04 AM] Mission: QuickQMBPro/Okinawa/Okinawabluescramble00.mis is Playing
[8:56:22 AM] warning: no files : music/takeoff
[8:56:35 AM] Time overflow (20): speed 0.05
[8:56:36 AM] Time overflow (84): speed 0.6615215
[8:57:38 AM] Cannot setup 3d algorithm.Settings will be reset to DEFAULT.
[8:57:38 AM]
[8:57:38 AM] Time overflow (229): speed 0.05
[8:57:50 AM] Time overflow (311): speed 0.90225565
[8:57:53 AM] java.lang.NullPointerException
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.AircraftHotKeys$14.begin(AircraftHotKeys.java:2929)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyCmd.start(HotKeyCmd.java:103)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.startCmd(HotKeyEnv.java:247)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.keyPress(HotKeyEnv.java:286)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKey.msgKeyboardKey(HotKey.java:119)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.MsgKeyboard.invokeListener(MsgKeyboard.java:83)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message._send(Message.java:1217)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToObject(Message.java:1191)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToArray(Message.java:1147)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendTo(Message.java:1128)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.trySend(Message.java:1115)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Time.loopMessages(Time.java:252)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.RTSConf.loopMsgs(RTSConf.java:101)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:131)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:57:54 AM] Time overflow (434): speed 0.9478673
[8:57:54 AM] java.lang.NullPointerException
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.AircraftHotKeys$14.begin(AircraftHotKeys.java:2929)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyCmd.start(HotKeyCmd.java:103)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.startCmd(HotKeyEnv.java:247)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.keyPress(HotKeyEnv.java:286)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKey.msgKeyboardKey(HotKey.java:119)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.MsgKeyboard.invokeListener(MsgKeyboard.java:83)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message._send(Message.java:1217)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToObject(Message.java:1191)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToArray(Message.java:1147)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendTo(Message.java:1128)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.trySend(Message.java:1115)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Time.loopMessages(Time.java:252)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.RTSConf.loopMsgs(RTSConf.java:101)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:131)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:59:34 AM] ObjState.finalize: Object of com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitG_91T NOT destroyed
[Jan 16, 2018 8:59:42 AM] -------------- END log session -------------
 
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #9 on: January 16, 2018, 02:14:38 AM »

Thank you for this. Absolutely amazing.

One question before I take this joy for a spin.

Running the latest version of BAT (Pathfinder). Where does the cod folder go?
Can't seem to remember the directory.

No, you had simply to install the G91 folder into BAT.
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #10 on: January 16, 2018, 02:16:20 AM »

Very nice aircraft, dude, My Book does on my List, Anyway, My Logs Picking up something.

Code: [Select]
[8:51:39 AM] Load bridges
[8:51:39 AM] Load static objects
[8:51:42 AM] ##### House without collision (3do/Buildings/Port/Floor/live.sim)
[8:51:46 AM] ##### House without collision (3do/Tree/Tree2.sim)
[8:51:55 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMesh: Can't find chunk 'Gear5e_D0'
[8:51:55 AM] ERROR [com.maddox.sound.SamplePool@1abbbd] Cannot load sample pool: motor.J-47.start.end
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: Can't open file '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh'
[8:51:56 AM] WARNING: object '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh' of class 'SkinTL' not loaded
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: MeshObj: Can't load mesh 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/Root.msh
[8:51:56 AM] WARNING: object '3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him' of class 'HIM' not loaded
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM] INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM]
[8:51:56 AM] java.lang.RuntimeException: INTERNAL ERROR: HierMeshObj: Can't load HIM 3DO/Cockpit/F-86K/hierG91T.him
[8:51:56 AM]
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.engine.HierMesh.Load(Native Method)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.engine.HierMesh.<init>(HierMesh.java:596)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Cockpit.<init>(Cockpit.java:751)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitPilot.<init>(CockpitPilot.java:366)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitG_91T.<init>(CockpitG_91T.java:127)
[8:51:56 AM] at java.lang.Class.newInstance0(Native Method)
[8:51:56 AM] at java.lang.Class.newInstance(Unknown Source)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Aircraft.createCockpits(Aircraft.java:2591)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.objects.air.Aircraft.load(Aircraft.java:2116)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.loadAir(Mission.java:1288)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.ai.Wing.load(Wing.java:144)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.loadWings(Mission.java:1078)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission._load(Mission.java:653)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission.access$600(Mission.java:123)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Mission$BackgroundLoader.run(Mission.java:409)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.rts.BackgroundTask.doRun(BackgroundTask.java:155)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:108)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:51:56 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:54:09 AM] WARNING: ****( Unexpected txr reload (tfNoCompress16Bit,tfCompressMajorAlpha): '3DO/Plane/Textures/propellor.tga'
[8:54:28 AM] WARNING: ****( Unexpected txr reload (tfNoCompress16Bit,tfCompressMajorAlpha): '3DO/Plane/Textures/propellor.tga'
[8:55:56 AM] ERROR file: File users/doe/Icons not found
[8:56:04 AM] Mission: QuickQMBPro/Okinawa/Okinawabluescramble00.mis is Playing
[8:56:22 AM] warning: no files : music/takeoff
[8:56:35 AM] Time overflow (20): speed 0.05
[8:56:36 AM] Time overflow (84): speed 0.6615215
[8:57:38 AM] Cannot setup 3d algorithm.Settings will be reset to DEFAULT.
[8:57:38 AM]
[8:57:38 AM] Time overflow (229): speed 0.05
[8:57:50 AM] Time overflow (311): speed 0.90225565
[8:57:53 AM] java.lang.NullPointerException
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.AircraftHotKeys$14.begin(AircraftHotKeys.java:2929)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyCmd.start(HotKeyCmd.java:103)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.startCmd(HotKeyEnv.java:247)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.keyPress(HotKeyEnv.java:286)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKey.msgKeyboardKey(HotKey.java:119)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.MsgKeyboard.invokeListener(MsgKeyboard.java:83)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message._send(Message.java:1217)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToObject(Message.java:1191)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToArray(Message.java:1147)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendTo(Message.java:1128)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.trySend(Message.java:1115)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Time.loopMessages(Time.java:252)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.rts.RTSConf.loopMsgs(RTSConf.java:101)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:131)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:57:53 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:57:54 AM] Time overflow (434): speed 0.9478673
[8:57:54 AM] java.lang.NullPointerException
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.AircraftHotKeys$14.begin(AircraftHotKeys.java:2929)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyCmd.start(HotKeyCmd.java:103)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.startCmd(HotKeyEnv.java:247)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKeyEnv.keyPress(HotKeyEnv.java:286)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.HotKey.msgKeyboardKey(HotKey.java:119)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.MsgKeyboard.invokeListener(MsgKeyboard.java:83)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message._send(Message.java:1217)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToObject(Message.java:1191)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendToArray(Message.java:1147)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.sendTo(Message.java:1128)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Message.trySend(Message.java:1115)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.Time.loopMessages(Time.java:252)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.rts.RTSConf.loopMsgs(RTSConf.java:101)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.MainWin3D.loopApp(MainWin3D.java:131)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.Main.exec(Main.java:422)
[8:57:54 AM] at com.maddox.il2.game.GameWin3D.main(GameWin3D.java:235)
[8:59:34 AM] ObjState.finalize: Object of com.maddox.il2.objects.air.CockpitG_91T NOT destroyed
[Jan 16, 2018 8:59:42 AM] -------------- END log session -------------
 

Looks like a wrong version of Engine mod, but i'm not sure.
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Re: Fiat G.91 by Gio - V1.0 - 20180115
« Reply #11 on: January 16, 2018, 02:18:18 AM »

Looks like a wrong version of Engine mod, but i'm not sure.

Maybe a Cockpit folder, I check it, I just Found 4 files, Some of them are Missing.
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