Lockheed EC-121K Warning Star for P3D v4.5
Designed from the outset as an early-warning aircraft, the WV-2 was officially named "Warning Star" although "Willy Victor" became the more common name. The original C-69 which became the prototype model for the 1049 Super Constellation, was also used for the prototype of the WV-2. The PO-1W/WV-1 tested the electronic equipment to be used on the WV-2s. In 1962 the WV-2s became EC-121Ks. This was followed by many designation changes due to aircraft modifications. In August 1964, the Tonkin Gulf Incident caused VW-1, the "Early Warning Squadron" to be tasked with daily airborne early warning coverage in support of combat operations in Viet Nam. Bases were initially set up at Sangley Point, Phillippines and later moved to Chu Lai, South Viet Nam and later Danang.
COMING SOON for Prepar3D v4.5.
PBR materials used throughout.
'3D' constructed gauges used throughout.
324 custom animations.
Switch click and other custom cockpit sounds.
Cockpit features authentic representations of both Pilot, Copilot and Flight Engineers stations.
8192-pixel liveries, 4096-pixel VC textures.
Custom engine startup smoke effect.
Togglable realistic crew figures.
Illustrated user manual in PDF format.
Custom engine soundset.
PhotoShop paintkit files provided.
Note - NO 2D panel is provided.