BUFFALO MK. I (F2A)

The F2A Buffalo was already on its way out by the time the United States entered World War 2, the planes considered overweight and too cumbersome to fly. But the RAF considered them good enough for their pilots, ordering 170 of the 339Es to bolster their efforts in the tropical Far East. READ MORE →

KI-43-I0 “OSCAR”

It was no secret that Japanese airpower ruled the skies over the Pacific at the beginning of World War II. But even with this knowledge, the appearance of a new, faster and lighter airplane caught the Allies utterly by surprise.

The new airplane was the Nakajima Ki-43 Hayabusa “Oscar”, a brand new single-engine tactical fighter that had been in development for the past 18 months.

The Oscar came about because Japanese generals wanted a more lightweight fighter to replace the obsolete Ki-27. They were basing their decision on their recent battles in China, wanting a lighter plane for land-based army support. The designer, Hideo Itokawa was ordered to design a plane that matched the Ki-27’s maneuverability and dogfighting qualities, but in a heavier 1,000 horsepower class fighter. READ MORE →

FIGHTER-JETS, HVAR-EXPLOSIVE WEAPONRY, GOBI DESERT MAP, ROCKET MATCH MULTIPLAYER MODE, AND MORE ADDITIONS IN LATEST STEAM UPDATE FOR FLYING TIGERS: SHADOWS OVER CHINA

Sweden, October 10, 2016 — Independent air-combat action game developer Ace Maddox is pleased to announce that its latest FTSOC Steam update has gone live. New features include ROCKET MATCH, a fresh multiplayer mode that lets 2-16 players go head-to-head over the Chinese-Mongolian Gobi desert in a variety of fighter-jets, including the American P-80A “Shooting Star” and the Japanese Ki-201 “Fire Dragon” (Me-262a). Check out the narrated YouTube video for details or skim through the changelog below for a quick overview.

YouTube Video URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhqX2kbmpR0
Download ScreenshotsFTSOC-Rocket-Match-Gobi-EPK.zip
Steam Store URL: store.steampowered.com/app/365810
Official YouTube Channel: AirCombatAction.TV

Update History/Changelog:

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The Flying Tigers

“The final outcome of a war is often determined by the degree of initiative shown on each side. ”

— Chiang Kai-shek

THE AVG FLYING TIGERS ASSOCIATION (FTA)

Visit the official website of the The AVG Flying Tigers association (the FTA). The website of the Flying Tigers is an Internet authority and a resource for detailed information on the Flying Tigers and the American Volunteer Group (AVG), composed of and built by honorably discharged members of the American Volunteer Group and their families.

The FTA website is THE go-to destination for accurate background and articles on the Flying Tigers. The staff operating the site aims to preserve, inform, educate and maintain accurate records of the AVG in order to educate the public on the often under-reported historical impact the Flying Tigers had on air-combat and aviation.

Visit the FTA at http://flyingtigersavg.com.

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