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AEROdynamics F/A-74A Incursor Eagle

17.9k Aeromen  2 months ago


After being used as an trainer aircraft, this little jet was seen as an versatile bombing/attacking platform. Then, after some adaptations from the original design, the F-74A beggined to be produced. It have good suitability for bombing runs and is capable of operate by carriers. It have good top speed and roll capabilities. It also have an Vulcan M-61 20mm on the external fuel tank, wich was changed to be an external gattling cannon.

AG-1: Navigation lights
AG-2: Starboard lights
AG-3: Aresting Hook
AG-4: Drag chute / Drop bombs ( I forgot to change the pilons for weapons to don't activate with the parachute. Just change all pilos of weapons to AG 5 or change the parachute in the back of the aircraft, right under the rudder )

VTOL UP: Flaps

General Characteristics

  • Created On Android
  • Wingspan 28.5ft (8.7m)
  • Length 53.7ft (16.4m)
  • Height 16.5ft (5.0m)
  • Empty Weight -27,930lbs (-12,669kg)
  • Loaded Weight 16,382lbs (7,430kg)


  • Power/Weight Ratio 2.263
  • Wing Loading 27.1lbs/ft2 (132.2kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 605.1ft2 (56.2m2)
  • Drag Points 2058


  • Number of Parts 255
  • Control Surfaces 7
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    1,729 AttestedArk

    Real talk, why don’t they use good trainers like that as service aircraft? They are easy to fly, cheaper, in some cases more maneuverable, and can have a two person function like a weapons manager in the back with a pilot.

    one month ago
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    2 months ago
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    17.9k Aeromen

    @Notaleopard what?

    2 months ago
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    18.5k Notaleopard

    Do you have Plans for the United Asian Aircraft and the NUNs aircraft?

    +1 2 months ago