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Julhelm

That thing I mentioned to Dave yesterday

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You know how to do insteresting fictional aircrafts :D

well, and if you let me suggest....Let this baby vertical takeoff :)

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Right now I'm thinking full-span blown/slotted flaps, roll spoilers and airbrakes somewhere on the booms. 4x30mm guns in the sidepods along with some 50's in the wings and 3-4 hardpoints beneath each wing.

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Damn Julhelm ! :blink: In Mr.Burns voice "Excellent"

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A Bronco successor... with those loud contra-rotating propellers (think Tu-95, Westland Wyvern) ?

Let me doubt that :wink:

 

Nice model anyway

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Nah, this is more like a Skyraider replacement. In fact, it's about the size of a Vigilante.

 

 

:blink: Say what!!?!?!?!? WOW.... that is a big CAS bird :biggrin: . So is the story behind it that the Air Force got this to replace the Skyraider instead of the Hog?

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Reminds me of the dropship from Aliens.

 

Actually, anybody done a dropship?? "Express elevator to hell!!"

 

That would be cool. #1 in my fictional planes wish list now the Firefox is available to play with.

 

Back on topic, like mentioned above, this does look like a 'Super Bronco' - looking forward to flying it.

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That is very cool...looks like something for the old 1960's "Johnny Quest" cartoon.

 

I likes it!!!

 

Wrench

kevin stein

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The bloody thing looks...something almost, Gothic ! For some reason it remind's me alot of something that might exist in the Warhammer 40K universe, and I mean that in the most complimentary manner as I'm a fan of the W40K universe.

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Sick. It compliments the ZA-9 Kestrel perfectly for my ATF/What If install :ok:

 

 

Hey Julhelm, I think your on your way to a What if? campaign. Where you fly the ZA-9 and these are FAC and CAS birds and your enemy has a What if? MiG or something. Also what ever happened to the little Helo that you were making at the time of the Kestrel?

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Jules, you going for a bombay in that thing? Even if you don't, you've got plenty of space to work with and I'd hate to be on the receiving end of that mofo. Looking badass thus far, for sure! :good:

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Damn, I do love what I see here! It looks really mean. I'm usually not a big fan of fantasy planes, but this one is just looking too good!!

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ZOMG!!! Though contrary to everybody else so far, I think it's rather a Comanche-style cockpit rather than Apache (since it isn't stepped, it's really streamlined)... but that engine config... first time I've seen a "Greif"-type config but with TURBO-props... :yu: :swoon:

 

Edit: Actually it's not a pure "Greif" config since the engines seem to sit side-by-side in their compartments instead of in-line, like in the "Greif"...

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Hey Julhelm, I think your on your way to a What if? campaign. Where you fly the ZA-9 and these are FAC and CAS birds and your enemy has a What if? MiG or something. Also what ever happened to the little Helo that you were making at the time of the Kestrel?

 

Is it this one? It's been up for nearly a year.

 

 

http://forum.combatace.com/index.php?autom...p;showfile=3527

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