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SS-AM.1 Crusader

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The Crusader is twin-engine, twin-boom, contra-rotating multi-role aircraft. Designed for close air support, ground attack, bombing, reconnaissance and observation, anti-submarine warfare, firefighting, and aerial refueling, the Crusader is considered to be on of the most versatile aircraft built. Used extensively during the SCW, the Crusader received the reputation of being dependable and easy to fly. The Crusader has a crew of three, the pilot, co-pilot/navigator, and weapons officer which sat in the front and below of the two pilots. This particular unit is armed with 5 unguided bombs and the standard 20 mm cannons on the “cheeks” of the aircraft.

INSTRUCTIONS
Ag.1-Open Bomb Bay Door/Arm the bombs
Ag.2-Carpet Bomb
Ag.3-8
VTOL-Flaps
TRIM-TRIM

Another plane I wanted to finish before getting back to the ship, let’s gooo

General Characteristics

  • Predecessor SS-AO.1 Crusader
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 80.8ft (24.6m)
  • Length 69.2ft (21.1m)
  • Height 22.8ft (7.0m)
  • Empty Weight 27,946lbs (12,676kg)
  • Loaded Weight 70,153lbs (31,820kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 0.32
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.57
  • Wing Loading 32.7lbs/ft2 (159.5kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 2,147.0ft2 (199.5m2)
  • Drag Points 15013

Parts

  • Number of Parts 345
  • Control Surfaces 0