Big thank you and credits to @BernBernTheWitch for some components and inspiring me to make custom weaponry, @JS01 for some design recommendations, and @BeefyIsNotSus for providing the main component for the guided bombs.
The Geier(Vulture), is a tandem seat, twin engine, twin boom, all weather aircraft built by Geister Dynamics for the Royal Navy and Air Force.
The Geier primarily serves as a close air support attack aircraft, observation and forward air control, surveillance, and other roles that makes use of its versatile airframe. Though still prominent and used extensively by the Royal Navy, the Royal Air Force has since retired their Geiers or transferred them to the Navy.
The Geier can be equipped with a variety of weapons ranging from free fall bombs to anti-ship missiles. The main armament of the Geier is the GR.50/80 autocannon.
Some of its armaments include:
Four GPB-500B laser-guided bombs.
Ten AGM-102B air to ground missiles.
Custom(?) Landing Gear
AGM-102B, a simple missile
GPB-500B, laser guided missile which has automatic fins
The GPB-500Bs work the best if dropped either at high altitudes or in close range. Just make sure the lower your altitude is, the closer you must be to your target.
Maneuverability may be too snappy, use Trim to counter any downward or upward forces.
- Created On Windows
- Wingspan 67.3ft (20.5m)
- Length 64.5ft (19.7m)
- Height 18.7ft (5.7m)
- Empty Weight 62,207lbs (28,216kg)
- Loaded Weight 80,107lbs (36,336kg)
- Power/Weight Ratio 1.683
- Wing Loading 26.3lbs/ft2 (128.4kg/m2)
- Wing Area 3,046.9ft2 (283.1m2)
- Drag Points 20089
- Number of Parts 890
- Control Surfaces 28