Grumman F9F-8 Cougar US Navy
The Grumman Cougar was the first swept wing operational jet fighter to enter
service with the US Navy. Developed from the straight winged F9F Panther, the
F9F-6 Cougar first flew on 20th September 1951 & entered service in late 1952.
The Grumman Cougar package contains four versions of the single seat aircraft
the F9F-6, F9F-6P, F9f-8, and F9F-8P. It also contains an armed and unarmed
versions of the F9F-8T Trainer aircraft.
The Cougars may work in FSX but have not been tested in it.
Put the F9F Cougars single seat and F9F CougarTrainers into your FS9 Aircraft
The gauge CAB file is to be placed in the FS9 Gauge folder (Just the CAB
file, not the folder they came in.)
Put the two effects files into your FS9 Effects folder. (Just the two files,
not the folder they came in.)
This aircraft has operating forward and rear speed brake, spoilerons, and all
other standard animations (NOTE: the rear speed brakes will close when the flaps
IMPORTANT: If the effects, such as the wing vortices or engine smoke, are on
all the time, or not working at all, then you may have started the aircraft in
an exterior view. To fix it, just cycle through the views and they should work
There is one texture for each aircraft because of my limited texture knowledge
it is only a basic Navy texture no squadron markings
These files are freeware and must remain so. The author retain the copyright.
These files were released on FlightSim.com and the Sim Outhouse; if you got
them elsewhere then it might not reflect the final configuration. If you want to
host them on another site, please ask. Permission will probably be granted.
These files are released without warranty of any kind.
By downloading these files you accept full responsibility for any
consequences resulting from their use. The authors accept no responsibility
Aircraft models, flight model, panels, gauges and textures by David Wooster.
A special thanks to:
Tom Zimmerman for his help with the flight testing and suggestions for
E-mail David Wooster