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Beaufighter TF X_EA

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The Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter was a multi-role aircraft developed during the Second World War by the Bristol Aeroplane Company in the UK.
The Bristol Beaufighter is a twin-engine two-seat long range day and night fighter

The Beaufighter was used in many roles, use as a rocket-armed ground attack aircraft and as a torpedo bomber against axis shipping. In later operations, it served mainly as a maritime strike/ground attack aircraft, RAF Coastal Command having operated
the largest number of Beaufighters amongst all other commands at one point.

The Beaufighter proved to be an effective night fighter, which came into service with the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Battle of Britain, its large size allowing it to carry heavy armament and early airborne interception radar without major performance penalties.

The Beaufighter saw extensive service during the war with the RAF (59 squadrons), Fleet Air Arm (15 squadrons), RAAF (seven squadrons),
Royal Canadian Air Force (four squadrons), United States Army Air Forces (four squadrons), Royal New Zealand Air Force (two squadrons),
South African Air Force (two squadrons) and Polskie Siły Powietrzne (Free Polish Air Force; one squadron).

Number built 5,928

The model is set up to work with the Interlink-X, (sorry I do not have the Interlink DX yet) Maybe someone will be kind enough to post an AV with DX settings.
All flight controls flaps and retracts are normal inputs.
Channel 8, 3-way switch "down" guns and missiles "on" fires rockets to simulate missile action (missiles detach) also simultaneously fires the ten guns,
3-way switch "center" position guns and missiles off, 3-way switch "up" position navigators canopy opens.
Animated/working flight stick, yoke, rudder pedals, throttle levers and retract lever, also landing lights
and flashing navigation lights, for those who like night flights.
Brakes on up elevator.

Installed tested and flown in RF7.5, RF8, RF9, RF-X.

Have fun.
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