There's a fresh addition to your hangar. Community creator ariebaba has released a detailed rendition of the North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco for Microsoft Flight Simulator on Flightsim.to. This model faithfully replicates the unique features and design of the original aircraft, and best of all, it's a freeware add-on. Originally developed in 1968, the OV-10 Bronco is a twin-engine, twin-tail boom multi-purpose airplane designed primarily for reconnaissance, forward air control, and light transport missions.
It's primarily a single-pilot airplane but has room for a second seat, which can be used for an observer or an instructor positioned right behind the pilot. A standout feature of the Bronco is its cargo-bay that allows for the dropping of paratroopers, adding versatility to its range of uses. Pilots appreciated the Bronco for its ability to fly both low and slow, making it a favorite for specific mission parameters.
Te Bronco is powered by two turboprops, with each producing approximately 715 hp. Notably, both engines share a single fire extinguishing bottle. Each of the engines is paired with a three-blade, constant speed, counter-rotating propeller. Pilots can adjust the pitch and reverse thrust using the power levers. Flight simmers are encouraged to download, fly, and explore the myriad of features this detailed rendition of the OV-10 Bronco offers. Download here.
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