Northrop T38 Talon

For Flight Simulator 2004

The T-38 Talon is a twin-engine, high-altitude, supersonic jet trainer used in a variety of roles. It is designed with economy of operations and ease of maintenance in mind.  It is used by undergraduate pilots for pilot instructor training. Air Combat Command, Air Mobility Command and NASA also use the T-38 in various roles.
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The Northrop T38 Talon
The T-38 Talon is a twin-engine, high-altitude, supersonic jet trainer used in a variety of roles. It is designed with economy of operations and ease of maintenance in mind.  It is used by undergraduate pilots for pilot instructor training. Air Combat Command, Air Mobility Command and NASA also use the T-38 in various roles.
 
In use since the 1960s as a military jet trainer, the T-38 has been used as a tool for helping pilots to learn supersonic techniques, aerobatics, night and instrument flying and cross-country navigation.

The Talon can climb to 30,000 feet in one minute. The T-38 has also been used as a spaceflight readiness trainer for NASA astronauts and as a chase aircraft during test flights and space launches.
 
 




 
Recommended System Specs
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004  required.
Dual Core microprocessor or higher with 2 GHz MHz + speed and 2 MB RAM minimum.
Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista or XP. 32 or 64 bit.
Nvidia or ATI Radeon based 3D accelerator video card with full antialiasing and T&L lighting capability and a minimum of 512 MB onboard RAM.
SoundBlaster Live or equivalent 128-bit DirectX sound device.
Up-to-date DirectX video and sound drivers.
Obviously, higher end systems with quad-core processors and 3.0 GHz+ speed  CPU, 4+ GB system RAM and 1024+  MB or preferably video RAM will perform much better.
 
Premimum Design for FS 2004
The T-38 has swept-back wings, a streamlined fuselage and tricycle landing gear with a steerable nose wheel. Two independent hydraulic systems power the ailerons, flaps, rudder and other flight control surfaces. The instructor and student sit in tandem on rocket-powered ejection seats in a pressurized, air-conditioned cockpit.  The Talon first flew in 1959. More than 1,100 were delivered to the Air Force between 1961 and 1972 when production ended. Approximately 562 remain in service throughout the Air Force. The T-38 maintains an exceptional safety record to this day.
 
 
Features
Custom model built for Flight Simulator 2004
Takes advantage of all animation and texturing effects available to each version of the simulator.
Ultra-realistic flight modeling, with user selectable realism.
Full 2D panel/virtual cockpit systems and switch integration.
Realistic panel lighting features.
Full system modeling.
Cabin pressurization.
Load Manager for weight and balance settings, as well as keeping track of aircraft data and costs.
9 additional paint schemes available
Complete documentation and checklists.
 
     
 
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