Probably won’t win, but it’s worth a shot.
In the early 2010s, the United States Air Force was deeply in need for a new trainer to replace the Northrop T-38 Talon. The pentagon put out a contract competition, and many aircraft companies entered. While companies like Boeing and Northrop Grumman’s entries focused on things like power, maneuverability and even stealth, Sanger Aircraft's entry, the YT-150, focused on training systems and electronics. This gave the plane an edge over the larger corporations, and Sanger Aircraft was awarded the contract.
Within 4 years, the production T-150 Fledgling was complete and ready to fly, with advanced onboard systems specifically designed to train pilots for the next generation of combat aircraft, from tiny attack drones to massive bombers. With its first flight, a new era of combat pilots was born, ready to take on a world of advanced weaponry with confidence and power.
Smoke pods by SpiritusRaptor
AG1: Afterburner, throttle down then de-active to turn off
AG2: Activate smoke
AG3: Drop smoke pods
AG4: Drop fuel tank
Target training system: lock on to targets in a normal manner, but DO NOT FIRE THE MISSILES. This is meant to be a simulation of a target training exercise.
- Predecessor Trainer Challenge [CLOSED]
- This plane has been featured
- Created On iOS
- Wingspan 22.2ft (6.8m)
- Length 37.1ft (11.3m)
- Height 14.3ft (4.3m)
- Empty Weight 15,758lbs (7,148kg)
- Loaded Weight 25,340lbs (11,494kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 4.788
- Wing Loading 5.5lbs/ft2 (26.8kg/m2)
- Wing Area 4,619.1ft2 (429.1m2)
- Drag Points 5982
- Number of Parts 293
- Control Surfaces 9