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McDonnell Douglas F/A-18A Hornet (Jolly Rogers)

27.0k WolfHunter9111  8 months ago

The 2nd picture, it's nostalgic.

A special version of the F/A-18A Hornet featuring a special insignia of Strike Fighter Squadron 103, an aviation unit of the United States Navy. The aircraft features excellent aircraft performance and balance. In 2004, Strike Fighter Squadron 103, also known as "Jolly Rogers", changed its squadron name from "VF-103" to "VFA-103". The squadron also changed its aircraft from the "F-14" to the "F/A-18".

Aircraft by/Credits to: EngineerOtaku
Link to the original plane:

Jolly Rogers skull by: realluochen9999

Jolly Rogers livery.
Instructions included.

2x AIM-7F.
2x AIM-9H.

5x MK-82.

Normal flight controls.
Trim - Trim.
VTOL down - Flaps.

F1 = Cockpit view.
AG1 = Tailhook
AG2 = Fold wings.
AG3 = Non functioning catapult bar.
AG4 = Jettison drop tanks.
AG8 = Master arm/Disable+enable radar.

Try other Jolly Rogers:
F-14A Tomcat
F-4J Phantom II
F-8U Crusader
F4U-1 Corsair
Fictional A-7B Corsair
Fictional F-5A Freedom Fighter

Special variant (Equipped with LASM) is here


General Characteristics

  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 41.4ft (12.6m)
  • Length 56.1ft (17.1m)
  • Height 15.0ft (4.6m)
  • Empty Weight 28,732lbs (13,032kg)
  • Loaded Weight 43,316lbs (19,647kg)


  • Power/Weight Ratio 1.556
  • Wing Loading 69.9lbs/ft2 (341.3kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 619.6ft2 (57.6m2)
  • Drag Points 8365


  • Number of Parts 566
  • Control Surfaces 4
  • Performance Cost 2,054