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Introduction and History
Reviewing the S.E.5A has been a most rewarding excercise. I'll admit that I knew very little about this amazing little machine before I embarked on the review - but, by golly, this excellent add-on from Just Flight has resolved that, as you will see.
The Royal Aircraft Factory, where both the S.E.5 and S.E.5A were designed, was sited just south east of the legendary Farnborough airfield, between the modern M3 and Aldershot in Hampshire. The Factory started out making balloons, or dirigibles as they were called then - and don't snigger - remember Sir Barnes Wallis cut his teeth designing the geodesic structure for the R100, before goiing on to design the Wellington and Upkeep! But I digress...
From around 1911, the Royal Aircraft Factory concentrated on developing bi-planes:
Single seat fighters, or Scout-Experimental, designated S.E.,
Fighter bi-planes, or Farman Experimental (pusher engines), designated F.E., and
Two-seat machines, or Reconnaissance Experimental, designated R.E.
Thus, the S.E.5. is the 5th 'Scout Experimental' bi-plane developed at the Factory - now you know! Originally, in late 1916, the S.E.5 was equipped with 150 hp Hispano-Suiza V8 engine, but this was replaced in the S.E.5A, early in the following year, by more powerful 200 hp engines from Hispano-Souza and Wolseley.
The S.E.5 entered service in March 1917 with No. 56 Squadron RFC, on the Western Front. A further 29 RFC squadrons were subsequently equipped with this and the S.E.5A. Production totalled more than 5,300 aircraft - compare this with the 5,490 Sopwith Camels produced during roughly the same period.
Download and Installation
The 'S.E.5A - Legends of Flight' Add-on is available for download directly from the Just Flight website (see details below), and you will need a reasonably good internet connection, as its size is approximately 114 Mb. Once you have entered your purchase details, the installer will automatically place the downloaded files straight into your FSX system, i.e. directly into your SimObjectsAirplanes and Gauges folders. The installation takes less than a couple of minutes at most, and you're ready to go. All credit to Just Flight for the installer, as the installation went ahead without any snags.
Now, you should always check to see how your FSX system has been updated by an installer, so I opened up my ...Microsoft Flight Simulator XSimObjectsAirplanes folder and found a new entry, a folder called 'JF_SE5A'. Inside this were the usual suspects: 6 new 'model' folders, 11 'Texture' folders, the normal set of 'Panel' and 'Sound' folders, CFG and AIR files, together with a couple of Check and Reference HTML files. No problems there, so let's find out what S.E.5.A variants Just Flight included.
S.E.5.A Models and Aircraft Variants
FSX fired up without any unusual warnings, so I went to Free Flight and hit the CHANGE CURRENT AIRCRAFT button.....
With 'Just Flight LTD' as the Publisher, the following models were revealed in Thumbnail form:
1. Hisso Twin-Blade K - a 40 Squadron S.E.5A flown by Capt. G.H. Lewis
2. Hisso Twin-Blade F - an 84 Squadron machine flown by Lt. T.V. Lord, October 1917
3. Hisso Four-Blade Nada Gana - belonging to a UK training unit of 1917
4. Viper Twin-Blade S - flown by 92 Squadron
5. Viper Four-Blade 19 - from 'C' Flight, 25th Aero Squadron (U.S.A. Pursuit Squadron)
6. Hisso Twin-Blade Short Exhaust - as flown by Major J.B. McCudden, V.C.
7. Hisso Twin-Blade 4 - as flown by the 6th Traning Squadron in 1918
8. Hisso Four-Blade NZ - 'Wanganui', a presentation aircraft from New Zealand
9. Viper Four-Blade Y - a 24 Squadron aircraft
Lastly, there's an excellent set of deliberately garish and labelled textures designed to make it easy for
budding re-painters to produce their own colour schemes.
I thought I'd better get an idea of how she handled before 'going into combat', so I selected Farnborough (EGLF) as the airfield to start at and filed a flight plan to Southampton (EGHI), from where the original S.E.5As might have been flown to the Front Line. Capt Lewis's Twin-Blade machine, with the Hispano-Souza engine, sat proudly on the tarmac in the early morning sun. I tried to take in all the details - this would take some time, I thought! Following the manual's starting instructions, for the first time, was a little difficult - well, for me, anyway! - but I soon had her started. After an unexpected splutter of smoke, the V8 settled down to a satisfying purr, so we headed for the active.
Pushing the throttle fully forward, the S.E.5a started rolling. Keeping the nose straight was no problem with either the stick or the rudder and soon the view changed as the tail lifted at just over 50 knots.
Internal VC port wing view
Lower Internal VC
Engine and fuselage close-up
SE5A internal VC Air Compass detail
External view gun cartridges animation
Upper Internal VC
Internal VC - Wing mounted gun
Internal VC - leaning out view
You should have guessed, by now, that I really like Just Flight's S.E.5A.
Doing the review has been a pleasure and this add-on has broadened my knowledge of the Royal Flying Corps contribution to World War One quite considerably.
So, how does it score? the designers have produced a really authentic model. And, when I tell you that you can download the S.E.5A from Just Flight for only £19.99, then, I think you'll agree we me awarding this a score of 9 out of 10!
So, I'll meet you in the skies above the trenches - just look out for a red coloured tri-plane...