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F/A-10 SEAHOG

10.8k danman12  4 months ago
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                F/A-10 SEAHOG

The U.S. navy was given a 100 billion dollar spending budget towards their R&D team, they decided to put that 100 million dollar spending budget towards a CAS type aircraft, the U.S. Navy has the F-35 for CAS but it cost $75,000 per flight, so the Navy needs an effective CAS aircraft that’s capable of carrying heavy loads, able to take damage and make its way back home, and doesn’t cost as much per flight. After a long thought why not use the A-10C Warthog… seems crazy right, well you’re not wrong, but the A-10C Warthog is fully capable aircraft that can carry heavy payloads, cost $10,000 per flight, and can take heavy damage but can still make it home with tremendous damage to the airframe, but you might ask how can you take such a big aircraft and store it and land it on an aircraft carrier, it’s quite simple actually. The Navy made the aircraft to where the wings of the aircraft can fold up like a F4U Corsair, and the rigged the tail to where it can fold up like a SH-60 Seahawk, basically the same aircraft but just a little touch of Navy. The aircraft still has the famous GAU-Avenger 30mm cannon, Two General Electric TF34-GE-100 turbofans, so it’s still the same aircraft a few features the A-10C Warthog didn’t have of course like the folding wings and tail, and an arresting hook, since the A-10 Warthog is capable of short takeoffs that means the F/A-10 Seahog is capable of it as well, it takes off from the back off from the middle off the aircraft carrier, full throttle half or full down on flaps and you can takeoff from an aircraft carrier (due to SimplePlanes physics, if you use the catapult you will explode, use SloMo to take off using catapult)

          HOW TO OPERATE THE SEAHOG

Throttle= Throttle

AG1= Airbrakes

AG2= drop bombs

AG3= drops rocket pods and anti-ship missile

AG4= nothing

AG5= aircraft folding

AG6= arresting hook

AG7= brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt

AG8=nothing

            AIRCRAFT PAYLOAD

                SCREENSHOTS 

          SPECIAL THANKS

I wanna thank @TheXDimension32 for letting me use his A-10C warthog for this project, he is an amazing creator, he was a great help for this project providing helpful advice, and any help when needed, go make sure you go and check out his page he has some great builds that are certain to get your attention.

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor SEA A-10
  • Successors 3 airplane(s)
  • This plane has been featured
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 57.5ft (17.5m)
  • Length 52.3ft (15.9m)
  • Height 15.1ft (4.6m)
  • Empty Weight 3,341lbs (1,515kg)
  • Loaded Weight 49,117lbs (22,279kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 3.911
  • Wing Loading 39.5lbs/ft2 (192.7kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 1,244.6ft2 (115.6m2)
  • Drag Points 8806

Parts

  • Number of Parts 1346
  • Control Surfaces 10
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    19.7k Mustang51

    @danman12 I’m probably gonna host another challenge with planes from around the same period soon though so you’ll have your chance to try something creative if you want hahaha

    4 hours ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @Mustang51 dang I should have competed in that, I probably wouldn’t have won by it still would have been fun to apart of that

    4 hours ago
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    19.7k Mustang51

    @danman12 yeah I love the idea of navalised versions of conventional aircraft. That’s why I held the naval aviation challenge hahaha

    11 hours ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @Mustang51 thank you so much, I’ve looked all over the website and didn’t see anything like it except a naval P-51 Mustang, so I decided to try and make a naval A-10 and see how that went and turns out you guys loved it

    11 hours ago
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    19.7k Mustang51

    This is a really cool aircraft! I love the idea of a navalised A-10

    +1 21 hours ago
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    This craft is great it took the USS beast down like nothing I love it.

    19 days ago
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    0 hRmm

    But,I dont know how to take it on slow mo.Im on mobile

    2 months ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @hRmm also another thing I can’t fix, take the time to read the whole description, it explains that issue and how I can’t fix it

    2 months ago
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    0 hRmm

    I have a another problem.When I fire it from USS Beasts catapult it blows up.

    2 months ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @hRmm that’s your device

    2 months ago
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    0 hRmm

    Very gud.Little lag.Can you fix it?

    +1 2 months ago
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    Awesome aircraft with no flaws. 10/10

    +2 3 months ago
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    Amazing

    3 months ago
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    niubi big old

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 oh well that explains it... i also figured out that it can land above that speed in slow-mo. ive been doing it all wrong lmao. Thanks.

    +1 4 months ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @Schiefensnarglez like 167mph and lower

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 it might be how fast im going, what speed do you land it at?

    4 months ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @Schiefensnarglez I’ve landed it many times on the USS Beast and it doesn’t explode bud

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 im on high physics. it seems to only happen when i try to land on the uss beast.

    4 months ago
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    10.8k danman12

    @Schiefensnarglez you need to be in higher physics on this aircraft

    4 months ago
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    2,569 harits

    @Sunbreaker you must be higher point than poster.

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 it explodes when i try to land it

    4 months ago
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    question how do you spotlight people I have an a huge problem with it

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 no dude, don't be hard on yourself, it's great!

    4 months ago
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    @danman12 Thanks! See you in the (un)friendly skies!

    +1 4 months ago
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