The once dreaded and subsequently abandoned technology of the Vietnam war known as napalm, a sticky explosive compound, was rediscovered in a archeological site identified as a Vietnamese village, and Z-Corp was eager to have and sell the destructive power of this weapon.
Z-Corp's finest engineering team was put on Project Hellfire, with the objective of replicating the compound and finding a way of deployment.
A compound was made, with alterations to make it faster to kill, making it humane enough to be allowed by the Revised Genebra Treaty.
The result was not one, but two weapon variants, the ND-1 (left) and the NP-1 (right), a dropable and a fixed pod respectively. Both had the same firepower and trigger system, but the deployment method was very different: the ND-1 allowed a fire and forget style, perfect for hit-and-run tactics - the pilot would deploy the weapon and flee the scene before the first explosions. This was found limiting, because once dropped, the pod's route couldn't be controlled.
NP-1 was the opposite: it allows the pilot to control the drop path by turning the aircraft. This has increased the spread of napalm and rendered it inefficient in the hands of untrained pilots.
The field tests were more than satisfactory, with the heat generated being capable of destroying bridges and big warships, and the weapons obliterated both infantry and ground vehicles, which led to the development of a vehicle mounted launcher as a replacement for the ageing HEAT rounds and the airborne version replaced the thermite cluster bombs.
1-Save as a subassembly (grab the pylon)
2-Strap one of these to your plane
3-Press AG-1 to initiate the automated deployment sequence
4-Watch 'em burn!
To control the distance between explosions, alter the speed and altitude of deployment (lower speed/altitude = less distance and vice-versa)
P.S.: If you skipped the background part, the one with little wings is the drop pod and the other is the fixed one
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- WarHawk95 3.1 years ago
- Created On Android
- Wingspan 24.3ft (7.4m)
- Length 7.3ft (2.2m)
- Height 5.3ft (1.6m)
- Empty Weight 2,608lbs (1,182kg)
- Loaded Weight 2,873lbs (1,303kg)
- Wing Loading 49.1lbs/ft2 (239.7kg/m2)
- Wing Area 58.5ft2 (5.4m2)
- Drag Points 972
- Number of Parts 80
- Control Surfaces 0
- Performance Cost 672