If you can’t buy an F-100, maybe you could fly one virtually…

George Dubick wrote about his latest project, an F-100 simulator he’s set up at home. Here’s What’s New –

“The recent creation of my home flight simulator came about when I was informed that a simulation company named “MilViz“, for Military Visualizations, had in its’ inventory of aircraft the North American F-100D. This information came from my colleague sim instructor at Bombardier Flight Training in Dallas, Mike Herculson, who’s father, Bob Hurculson is an SSS member who flew with Capt. Tony McPeak in Europe.

They are able to depict very accurately the flight dynamics and handling characteristics of the aircraft for flight simulation. The “Hun” is very accurately presented in rich cockpit and exterior detail that puts you in an amazing virtual reality. The aircraft has to be flown with the same consideration to the low speed, adverse yaw habits, well known and understood by every Hun driver.
My sim runs on the “Lockheed Martin Prepar3d” version 5 program and World Mega Earth land graphics. MilViZ currently recommends Prepar3d V 4 and is working to make it even more realistic as they bring the Hun completely up to version V of Prepar3d. My flight controls are manufactured and sold by “Thrustmaster” and are the “Warthog A-10 C” stick and dual throttles with the “Thrustmaster” Pendular Rudder pedals.
George sent these screen shots
Here’s the specs for the simulator:

Operating System:
Windows 7
Windows 10

Use of this product in any other version of Windows is not supported at this time.

Intel i5 or AMD equivalent 2.6 Ghz or higher


DirectX®11 compliant video card
1 GB video RAM or higher

Hard Drive Space:
2 GB available space

Supported Platforms:
FSX Acceleration
FSX: Steam Edition
Prepar3d Version 2 (Latest release, with all hotfixes)
Prepar3d Version 3 (Latest release, with all hotfixes)
Prepar3d Version 4.4+

Current Product Version: 170615

Use or installation of the products(s) referenced on this page in any other platform than that intended or shown above is not supported and may result in errors or a non-functioning product.

All MilViz products require a functioning gaming controller such as a joystick for proper operation.

For maximum functionality and pilot joy, Milviz recommends Thrustmaster HOTAS Warthog & Flight Rudders.

For more information and sim shots for members they can email me at gdubick@live.com
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