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C-14 China Cat class 1.0

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This model represents the C-14 China Cat series, a small missile boat designed in China for use in the Middle East. It has been in service with the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy since 2002, and it is also used by the PLAN in limited quantities to test new light weaponry.


The China Cat can reach speeds of up to 50 knots and can carry a variety of weapons. Three variants are included in this package with the following weapons:

  • C-701, a very small anti-ship missile designed for attacking other patrol boats and fast attack craft.
  • C-704, a significantly larger anti-ship missile developed from the C-701 designed for attacking medium-size vessels.
  • 122mm unguided rockets in a 16-round launcher for light artillery support

All versions have a 23mm cannon on the bow in addition to the above.



Optional for new modders:


As this model was built as part of a tutorial I made for CombatAce, I have included the 3D Max files and texture templates in a separate package.

CombatAce modders are free to modify these files as they see fit to create alternate configurations or entirely different vessels.


If you have any questions, comments, concerns, or constructive criticisms regarding this model, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you!

What's New in Version 1.0


  • 2014/03/16 initial release

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Very good representation of a fast-attack craft.  Currently using in a "what if" campaign in the Middle East as a bad guy boat due to the simple but effective weapons suite.  I've seen them attempt to attack Parani warships of the line - they're ok.




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