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Ah-35 mitchell II

16.0k Diloph  one month ago

G for landing gear AG1 parachutes AG2 lights AG 3 landing Light, have fun with this cargo plane!

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General Characteristics

  • Successors 1 airplane(s) +35 bonus
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 69.8ft (21.3m)
  • Length 65.3ft (19.9m)
  • Height 17.7ft (5.4m)
  • Empty Weight -4,734,385lbs (-2,147,483kg)
  • Loaded Weight 21,867lbs (9,918kg)

Performance

  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.182
  • Wing Loading 25.4lbs/ft2 (123.9kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 861.8ft2 (80.1m2)
  • Drag Points 16115

Parts

  • Number of Parts 140
  • Control Surfaces 10
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    16.0k Diloph

    @LockheedLover oooh I get it! thank you!

    one month ago
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    @Diloph yes, I know. But if a plane shares a name with another plane, regardless of its BuNO, ID, or Designation, the name of the new plane will have a corresponding Roman numeral at the end.
    EX: The F-4 Phantom II, another jet was named the Phantom|F-35 Lightning II, given the II designation because of the P-38 Lightning

    one month ago
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    16.0k Diloph

    @LockheedLover but thats the B-25 Michell and dis is the AH-35

    one month ago
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    @Diloph it should be the Ah-35 Mitchell II, because there's a plane from WWII called the B-25 Mitchell

    one month ago
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    16.0k Diloph

    @Tang0five well, I thought it looked better when I did that photo, now you cant see any of the airplane,:( I regretted it

    one month ago
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    32.5k Tang0five

    Initial screenshot doesn’t do this any justice.

    one month ago
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    16.0k Diloph

    @SmashGrabJr bruh its obviously AhhhhhhhhhH duh

    one month ago
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    is it ah or AHHHHHHHHH

    one month ago