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Combat Drone A12-XV45

9,116 FlyingPatriot  2 months ago

It was adopted by the US Army in 2032. Thanks to its good mobility, it has established itself in the Arabian Conflict.

Armed with a 45mm XV45 Impulse Railgun, punches 4800mm rolled steel armor with ease. It was such a drone that killed the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces [DELETED] and the President of the Russian Federation [DELETED] during the Storming of the Kremlin.
LandingGear-Hover mode/Activate railgun turret.
AG1-Plane Mode.

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General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 12.7ft (3.9m)
  • Length 18.2ft (5.6m)
  • Height 6.4ft (1.9m)
  • Empty Weight -102,763lbs (-46,612kg)
  • Loaded Weight 2,549lbs (1,156kg)

Performance

  • Power/Weight Ratio 5.289
  • Horse Power/Weight Ratio 1.569
  • Wing Loading 9.3lbs/ft2 (45.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 274.3ft2 (25.5m2)
  • Drag Points 3956

Parts

  • Number of Parts 83
  • Control Surfaces 4
  • Performance Cost 598
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    1,055 Charris969

    Nice

    2 months ago
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    343 Tuffbot

    Thanks for the tag, @FlyingPatriot! This is definitely a cool build!

    2 months ago
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    @An2k Good question. As I wrote in the post about forcefield, it was an experimental technology, and even one, developed by Saab engineers. American engineers did not have access to forcefield technology. In addition, the shield requires a lot of energy, and does not protect against firearms. Instead, the drone is fast and mobile, and adapted to locate and destroy a potential enemy before the same enemy has time to understand something.

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    1,135 An2k

    Hehe... where that "forcefield" you made would fit this build well since this is a futuristic 2032 drone? Probably we will have that technology by then

    2 months ago