From the creator: FINALLY GLASS, and a decent cockpit with a cool stick I hope you like it :)
Controls: AG1 + VTOL to raise and lower the wings.
AG2 to open the parachute.
AG3 to lower the hook (The aircraft's safety system will launch the torpedo to the sea if it is still attached to the aircraft)
The C-17 is the first jet to enter service for the navy, it comes equipped with folding wings, four high-repetition machine guns with an effective range of up to 3 kilometers and a recommended distance of up to 1.5 kilometers, it also has a hook for aircraft carrier operation and an emergency parachute to help slow down if the hook is compromised.
The aircraft has wings without flapping to provide greater support during landings and takeoffs and although it was designed as a naval aircraft it also demonstrated good results in dogfights without using guided missiles.
Undoubtedly the most striking weapon to come equipped is the KH-1 torpedo which, through an electronic paraphernalia, is able to chase its targets for attacks without the need for a dangerous approach of enemy ships.
The first prototype flew on March 3, 1947 and the aircraft went into operation on January 1, 1951. In an interview about the development of the aircraft, the minister of aeronautics said: "Why are you pointing this camera at me?"
The aircraft was presented in a 1950 instructional film "Carrier Jets" from chapters 1 to 3.
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 39.6ft (12.1m)
- Length 30.4ft (9.3m)
- Height 11.3ft (3.4m)
- Empty Weight 5,958lbs (2,702kg)
- Loaded Weight 7,135lbs (3,236kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.472
- Wing Loading 37.9lbs/ft2 (184.9kg/m2)
- Wing Area 188.4ft2 (17.5m2)
- Drag Points 5462
- Number of Parts 211
- Control Surfaces 5