North American Harvard T-6G Texan - IWM Duxford - circuit & landing in X Plane 11.50 beta Vulcan.

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Khamsin Studios North American T-6G Harvard in the circuit at Duxford courtesy of X Plane 11.50 beta with all the settings cranked up to max with 60 fps plus. Flight using Duxford's runway 24 L, observing advised pattern and restricted overflying & noise sensitive areas as much as possible whilst getting to grips with a new aircraft!

Mapping: Orbx True Earth Great Britain South.

X Plane 11.50 beta (Vulcan) is a big improvement allowing me to crank-up all settings to max and runs pretty smoothly, however, I may have to adjust settings to achieve the optimum. Any slight stuttering, juddering seen in the video is most likely due to recording from replay.

My Uncle, Sgt Eric Hall RCAF, learned to fly the AT-6A (Harvard) in Alabama, USA, in 1942, as a part of his pilot training. Sadly he was lost with all crew (over the North Sea) on 26 March 1943 (aged 20) returning from a mission to Duisburg in a Wellington -JX3696, 426 Sqdn, RCAF. I have his log book.
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