The interior model is a realistic - although not 100 % accurate - rendering of a real 35J cockpit. Some guesswork was necessary where information was missing, and a few compromises were made to prevent some panels and switches from being obscured.
The radar included in this model is a very rough approximation of the Ericsson PS-011/A and not intended to simulate the functionality of the real thing. Implementing a real targeting radar and weapons delivery system is beyond the scope of this project.
All other instruments and systems have been modeled to be as close to the real thing as possible within the limitations of Prepar3D.
The exterior models and texture sets in this installation package include four distinguished aircraft from the 10th Swedish Air Force wing (F10) in Ängelholm, Sweden:
The last J 35J to be flown by the Swedish Air Force. It is now on display at Ängelholm Air Museum in the original grey/green camo painting scheme.
This aircraft was painted yellow with the black swordfish emblem of the 3rd Draken squadron at F10, Johan Gul (yellow), for the stand-down ceremony in 1999. It is now on display at the Estonian Aviation Museum in Tartu, Estonia.
This was the last 35F2 to be converted to 35J in 1991. It has the matte grey paint used during the final years at the F10 wing. This aircraft is still maintained in excellent condition with registration SE-DXR and flown at air displays, making it the last flying J 35J.
This aircraft did the final operational 35J sortie (together with F 10-43) in 1999. It was scrapped a few years later along with most other remaining Drakens.
A repaint kit for this model is available as a free download on our website. The repaint kit consists of two multi-layered PSD files and two custom fonts for lettering.
When creating textures with the repaint kit you may find that the texture mapping of the model is not optimal. You are welcome to send us suggestions on how to improve this.
You may not create any kind of commercial product using the repaint kit.
You may create and share your own textures for Draken as long as they are distributed as freeware.
Your distribution must include a document that credits Bookmark Simulations as the the copyright owner of the original texture files.
You may include the textures from the original Draken installation with your own textures, provided that you include proper credits as stated above.
You may not redistribute the repaint kit itself or any part of it without the explicit consent of Bookmark.
You may not include the aircraft model, gauges, or any other part of the original installation with your repaints except for the textures as stated above.
Read the End User License Agreement (EULA) before you share repaints. If you still have doubts about what you can legally do, contact Bookmark.
The two included TrueType fonts are used by the repaintkit and should be installed on your system before you open the PSD files.
Please note that the EULA also applies to the fonts. You are not allowed to distribute the fonts or use them for commercial purposes without our consent.
Swedish Air Force standard lettering, ca. 1964 (mil standard F1281). Used mainly for division numbers and lettering on the fuselage.
Modular numerals intended for the large vinyl-film identification numbers on the wings. Named after Sverker Justusson who invented this system in 1977.
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