05Sep14 - New Package: Italian AMX
We are very excited to present you our latest package by Giorgio Perotti featuring the AMX of the Aeronautica Militare Italiana based at Istrana and Amendola.
At present, two Italian wings have the AMX in service: the 51st Wing based at Istrana in the North-East of Italy, and the 32nd Wing based at Amendola in Italy’s “heel” in Apulia. At Istrana there are two groups flying the AMX: the 103rd Gruppo CB and the 132nd Gruppo CBR. At Amendola just one group is currently on active duty: the 101st Gruppo OCU. All these unites come to life thanks to the brand new Alenia/Embraer AMX Ghibli model from Michael Pearson which makes its first appearance here.
As a bonus, we have also included the MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper operated by the 28th Gruppo VT out of Amendola. These models by Mike Guenthner made their first stand-alone appearance in one of our holiday releases, but are now for the first time included in a complete MAIW package.
We hope you will enjoy this exciting new complete military AI package. More traffic to fill your Italian skies is coming your way soon!
19Aug14 - New Package: Italian 37° Stormo Typhoons
Our next release is the first in a line of Aeronautica Militare Italiana packages. Giacomo Gramazio and the MAIW Team bring you the Typhoons of 37° Stormo.
The 18th Group belongs to the Italian Air Force's 37th Squadron, and its mission is to provide protection of the national territory from ground and sea attacks along with the other armed forces from its base at Trapani-Birgi (LICT). The squadron flew the F‑104 and the F‑16, and operates the Eurofighter Typhoon since 2012.
As usual this package contains AI models, repaints, flightplans and custom call signs for this unit, together with a semi-custom scenery of Trapani-Birgi bringing this mixed military/civilian airfield to life.
12Jul14 - New Package: Minot AFB
Military AI Works presents you Minot AFB, our second package featuring the legendary B-52 Stratofortress, produced by Desmond Burrell.
This complete AI package again features the B-52H model by the team of Mike Pearson, Jake Burrus and Mike MacIntyre, accurate aircraft textures by Mike Pearson and a stunning recreation of Minot AFB by John Stinstrom, all bringing this important strategic base to life.
Minot AFB is the home of the 5th Bomb Wing and hosts 23rd and 69th Bomb Squadron, both flying the B-52.
15Jun14 - New Package: HAF Transports - Elefsis
Next stop on our trip through Greece is Elefsis Air Base, home of the 112th Combat Wing with a diverse inventory of transport aircraft.
Many months of hard work by Gary Barker and his team have gone into the "Hellenic Air Force Transports - Elefsis" package, depicting the fixed wing aircraft of the 112th namely the C-130, CL-215, C-27J, ERJ-135, P-3B and YS-11. Our gratitude goes to all the modelers and painters who allowed us to use their work.
But that is not all. Scenery modeler Tim Mayhew made quite a few custom scenery models to bring Elefsis Air Base to life, which provides the perfect setting for this transport unit. As always, flightplans and vcpmod callsigns make this package complete. Download it now!
04May14 - New Package: NATO Sentry's Update
Military AI Works proudly presents our NATO Sentry's package update, produced by Stewart Pearson and premiering the brand new NAAI E-3A & CT-49A!
This package is an update to our previously released NATO Sentry's package featuring the E-3A Component of the NATO Airborne Early Warning & Control Force (NAEW&CF) located at Geilenkirchen AB in Germany. This multinational unit provides an immediately available airborne surveillance, warning and control capability in support of NATO’s objectives.
MAIW has the honour to be chosen by Juan Sebastian Gonzalez from NAAI to premiere his fantastic new E-3A which features much more detail than the previous model. For the retro fans we have also included his CT-49A trainer and transport version complete with paints and flightplans as optional files.
Furthermore, the package features a basic scenery for Geilenkirchen AB, flightplans and vcpmod callsign files, as you have come to expect from us.
Many thanks to Juan and everyone involved!