USS Fletcher Class Destroyer
MOBILE(Detached Cockpit): https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/6jV5P4/USS-Fletcher-Full-Interior-Mobile
MOBILE(Less Detail 600 Parts): https://www.simpleplanes.com/a/9vp3f5/USS-Fletcher-Mobile
This is my take on a USS Fletcher Class Destroyer. It is armed with 5 Bofers 38mm Cannons, 1 AA Flak Gun, 3 Machine Guns, 1 Weapon Alpha Missile Launcher, and 10 Torpedo Tubes. It includes a full detailed bridge viewable from cockpit view. It is my largest and most detailed project yet, and has taken over 20 hr to complete. I hope you enjoy blowing up other boats with it!
Throttle|Turn on engines
Brake|Turns off engines
Yaw|Turn to the side
VTOL|Changes rotation of turrets
Trim|Changes elevation of turrets
Act. 1|Weapon Alpha missile launcher
Act. 2|Rotate 2 X 5 Torpedo Tubes
Act. 3|Fire 2 X 5 Torpedo Tubes
Act. 4-7|Fire Weapon Alpha missile launcher
Act. 8|All guns (5 38mm, 1 Flak AA, 3 Machine Guns)
-DO NOT FIRE GUNS WITHOUT ROTATING THEM FIRST!
-DO NOT FIRE TORPEDOES WITHOUT ROTATIONG THEM FIRST!
-SHOOT TORPEDOES AT LEASE 200ft FROM THE BOAT FOR SAFETY PURPOSES.
The USS Fletcher was laid down by the Federal Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Kearny, New Jersey, on 2 October 1941. She was launched on 3 May 1942; sponsored by Mrs. F. F. Fletcher, widow of Admiral Fletcher; and commissioned on 30 June 1942, with Lieutenant Commander William M. Cole in command. The USS Fletcher was decommissioned on the 15th of January 1947. During its service it won 15 battle stars from WWII and 5 battle stars from the Korean War.