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OV-10 Bronco Museum

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The OV-10 Bronco Museum is an aircraft museum run by the OV-10 Bronco Association in the USA. It is home to a variety of OV-10 Bronco historical items.[1]

The museum is responsible for the OV-10 Bronco Association Museum Simulator Project[2]

The OV-10 simulator hardware at the museum runs a modified version of FlightGear 0.9.8 on Mandrake 10.1 w/ KDE desktop running on a PC with AMD 2300+ CPU, 512 MB RAM, and GeForce MX4000. Interace includes CRT monitor, keyboard, and a USB joystick. The setup simulates a OV-10 at Ramstein Airbase, Germany around 1980.[3]

Developments of the simulation installation include:[4]

  • over 40 AI aircraft
  • simplified controls
  • automatic crash detection and reset

The simulation installation was developed and setup by David Culp in 2005,[5] who has also worked on other developments for FlightGear.

The museum itself is located in on scenery tile w100n30.tgz (download here)


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