The A-12 Avenger II is a very less known aircraft, built for the ATA project (Advanced Tactical Aircraft) which canceled in 1991. Cancel reason, founds, over weighted, demand reduced etc. I built one in 2017 and this one is more advance, more detail, more automatic , and much more functional.
@ReignSUPREME for the cover.
@Aeromen for the carrier background.
In flight controls:
Ag2=Refuel Probe (manuverbility -80%)
On deck controls:
This aircraft have no vertical stabilizer at all, it use spoiler to keep flight direction and yaw. It can also simulate a yawing when the aircraft is having a bank angle like the normal fixed wing aircraft do.
The front wheel can automatically correct the taxi direction due to the spoiler is having a low efficiency in low speed.
Ag8 to active.
HUD carrier landing assistant system including a glide slope indicator (it look similar to the AoA indicator on F-18) and a throttle indicator (190mph on speed).
Ag1 to active.
Front wheel steering limit angle is changed by speed.
Max angle: <50mph | Min angle: >200mph
Air brake limit angle is changed by speed.
Max angle:<150mph | Min angle>300mph
Auto-deploy catapult lever.
Zero-zero ejection seat, supersonic ejection, smoke effect, floating.
Very useful instruments.
Realistic slat performance, does not generate nose up torque but limits the max AoA. More deployed, higher max AoA.
GBU-10 bomb auto-deploy wing.
All bays are hollow.
- Tough landing gear.
- GBU-10 x2
- AGM-84 x2
- AIM-120 x2
- Flares x infinity
The flares won't split out of the aircraft so that will be more stealthy.
This device shows the ammo count, type of the weapons and left or right.
Require mod by @WNP78
Basing on the famous squad VF-84 "Jolly Rogers".
The McDonnell Douglas/General Dynamics A-12 Avenger II was a proposed American attack aircraft from McDonnell Douglas and General Dynamics. It was to be an all-weather, carrier-based stealth bomber replacement for the Grumman A-6 Intruder in the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Its Avenger II name was taken from the Grumman TBF Avenger of World War II. The development of the A-12 was troubled by cost overruns and several delays, causing questions of the program's ability to deliver upon its objectives; these doubts led to the development program's cancellation in 1991. The manner of its cancellation was contested through litigation until a settlement was reached in January 2014.
- Successors 1 airplane(s)
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 71.9ft (21.9m)
- Length 37.9ft (11.6m)
- Height 16.2ft (4.9m)
- Empty Weight 46,450lbs (21,069kg)
- Loaded Weight 80,000lbs (36,287kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.674
- Wing Loading 56.9lbs/ft2 (277.7kg/m2)
- Wing Area 1,406.6ft2 (130.7m2)
- Drag Points 4000
- Number of Parts 1149
- Control Surfaces 6