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Last Updated 03-May-2006



Liore et Olivier LeO-451.B4 for Microsoft CFS3. Adapted from an original model by Steve Seybolt. Textures by Philippe Gensou

This page is intended as a quick reference to locate resources for this aircraft. In addition to the core model, you will also find a list of optional textures and stand-alones.

Core Package
Component Location Comments
Netwings
Sim-Outhouse
LeO-451 v1.0 (1940 version)
Non-flyable version. Intended for use with Battle of France campaign as random spawn in escort and intercept missions. Includes alternate AIR and XDP files to enable limited flyability and alternate defensive armament.

Skins
Optional textures for use with the core package.
Component Location Comments
TBD TBD TBD

Stand Alones
Modifications of the core package that contain the model as well as a new texture.
Check each package for additonal component requirements.
Component Location Comments
Stand Alone #1 TBD TBD

Release History
Version Release Date Location Comments
Handoff from Steve Seybolt 24-Feb-2006 N/A Steve developed this model for quite some time. However, his talents were required by the MAW (Mediterranean Air War) project and the LeO was shelved. He graciously offered to provide me with the files so that I could develop it further.
Version 1.0 03-May-2006 See above. Non-flyable version. Intended for use with Battle of France campaign as random spawn in escort and intercept missions. Includes alternate AIR and XDP files to enable limited flyability and alternate defensive armament.
Version 2.0 TBD TBD Further refinements to v1.0, possibly to include virtual cockpits and detailed weapons models.

LeO-451 were designed with a dorsal HS404 20mm cannon. However, late-war LeO's added twin MAC1934 machine guns to the cannon posing a triple-threat to attackers from above and behind. Alternate XDP files are included so that players can switch between both configurations as needed. Note the multiple flashes.