Designed by the Erandian Republic Aircraft companyin 1946, the ERAC-3 Osiris was the aircraft that kickstarted ERAC's military department.
Erandian ERAC-3s attacking a Divoroan convoy during the 1968 World war
Built as a light attack aircraft, it would become the Republic of Erandia's most rugged and famed aircraft, serving during the 1968 World War, from the Deserts of Ceceria to the carriers of the Mildi ocean.
An Osiris launched from carrier REN Conakry shoots down a Divoroan War-Zeppelin
Sold to nearly 41 nations, the Osiris was a common sight internationally. While originally meant to serve as a specialised light attack aircraft, it's high degree of maneuverability ensured that it was commonly seen dogfighting fighters.
When the Erandian Civil war broke out in 1973, the CPRE had nearly 400 of these outdated aircraft. As the war progressed, the CPRE's more advanced fighters were shot down, and the CPRE would be seen using these Osirises fighting early jet aircraft as the conflict was in it's final days.
A tape dated 1981 showing Cecerian Aerial defence force ERAC-3s firing off rockets in a low-altitude attack run
While hundreds of these planes still fly internationally, most of them have been modified for civillian usage, as pleasure transports, stuntplanes and cropduster.
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- Created On Android
- Wingspan 42.2ft (12.9m)
- Length 35.3ft (10.8m)
- Height 10.9ft (3.3m)
- Empty Weight 8,988lbs (4,077kg)
- Loaded Weight 13,486lbs (6,117kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 0.249
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.444
- Wing Loading 27.7lbs/ft2 (135.4kg/m2)
- Wing Area 486.4ft2 (45.2m2)
- Drag Points 7010
- Number of Parts 99
- Control Surfaces 8
- Performance Cost 499