The Roto-Class Light Cruiser
The Roto-Class Light Cruisers were constructed in 1945 to assist in World War II. The ships were armed with 8x Primary 125mm guns. 16x Secondary 50mm guns were later added to the ships. The lack of AA armament made it an easy target for enemy aircraft. The ships were used by the United States Navy for several years. The ships were later removed from service in 1948 after many successful missions.
Controls: Throttle: Move Yaw: Steer VTOL: Rotate the guns (Primary & Secondary) Trim: Up/Down Primary Ag1: Activate Front Primary Ag2: Activate Rear Primary Ag3: Activate Right Secondary Ag4: Activate Left Secondary All rotate without activation Speed: 37 Knots Armament: 8x 125mm double-barrel Main Guns 16x 50mm Secondary Guns No AA armament
125mm Main Gun Aiming
Testing at Yeager Navy Base
Secondary 50mm Guns
Builder’s Note: So, my first warship. I think it turned out pretty well. Thanks to Rockyy for helping me correct the buoyancy of the ship so it didn’t tilt. Now I can say I’ve built things from the land, sea, and sky!
Enjoy, and have a good day.
- Horse Power/Weight Ratio 0.02
- Wing Loading 3,194.7lbs/ft2 (15,598.0kg/m2)
- Wing Area 20.2ft2 (1.9m2)
- Drag Points 18737
- Number of Parts 176
- Control Surfaces 0