Welcome to the Reconnisance Aircraft Challenge. The Air Force has tasked you with building a new reconnisance aircraft for spying missions.
-xml modding is allowed
-No mod parts (if used, they will be removed)
-Part count must be over 130 but below 2500
-Entry must be a new build
-Propellers or jets can be used
-Entry may be either a replaca or fictional
-Entry must be able to fly
-Entry must have a description
-Entry must be a successor (unless you have a good reason why you can't do this)
-Countermeasures are allowed
-Aircraft can belong to any airforce (real or fictional).
-Entry must have the tag 'Reconnisance'
Builds will be judged on a 50 point scale based on;
-Design (Realism for the time period): 10 points
-Flying performance A (realism for the time): 10 points
-Flying performance B (did I enjoy flying it, does it fly well?): 10 points
-Build quality (are decals and details well made? are they present? does the build look sloppy?): 10 points
-Description quality (if a replica, does it give basic facts? if fictional, does it explain the craft well and provide a time period? are the controls listed? are there screenshots?): 10 points
1st place: 15 upvotes
2nd place: 10 upvotes
3rd place: 5 upvotes.
DEADLINE IS MARCH 22.
each entry gets one upvote from me
- Predecessor Lockheed U2 Spy Plane
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 101.4ft (30.9m)
- Length 42.7ft (13.0m)
- Height 13.2ft (4.0m)
- Empty Weight 5,071lbs (2,300kg)
- Loaded Weight 13,237lbs (6,004kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.254
- Wing Loading 29.5lbs/ft2 (144.2kg/m2)
- Wing Area 448.3ft2 (41.6m2)
- Drag Points 3465
- Number of Parts 36
- Control Surfaces 5