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zip.png English Electric Lightning 0.2B HOT

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One of the most iconic military aircraft of all time, the English Electric Lightning was the first British aircraft designed for supersonic flight. Able to launch in under a minute, climb to altitudes in excess of 80,000ft and even overtake Concorde, its astonishing "rocket with a seat" performance and inimitable appearance have earned it a prominent place in the history of aviation.

 



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zip.png BAe Harrier GR5 1.0 HOT

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The British Aerospace Harrier II was a second-generation vertical/short takeoff and landing (V/STOL) jet aircraft used previously by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and, between 2006 and 2010, the Royal Navy (RN). The aircraft was the latest development of the Harrier Jump Jet family, and was derived from the McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II. Initial deliveries of the Harrier II were designated in service as Harrier GR5; subsequently upgraded airframes were redesignated accordingly as GR7 and GR9.

 

This aircraft requires the FGUK weapons package available HERE

 

 

 

 



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zip.png BAE Harrier GR9 1.0 HOT

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The Harrier GR9 is a heavily updated development of the existing GR7, incorporating the ability to use a wide range of advanced precision weaponry, new communications, and systems and airframe upgrades. Integration and clearance of these weapons will allow the RAF to hit a wider range of targets harder, at longer range and with less risk to aircrew. 

The first improved aircraft will equip Joint Force Harrier squadrons that will be crewed by both Royal Air Force and Royal Navy personnel, following the withdrawal from service of Royal Navy Sea Harrier aircraft. MoD plans a force of four front-line squadrons and one Operational Conversion Unit. The RAF is expected to supply air and ground crew for two of the front-line squadrons and the RN for the other two while the OCU will be jointly crewed. 

Alongside the GR9 upgrade programme, some aircraft are being fitted with more powerful engines to enable them to perform better in extremely hot climates, which degrade the performance of the existing Pegasus Mk105 turbofan. Aircraft with the improved engine will be designated GR9A. Total projected MoD expenditure on Harrier upgrades, which will be fully realised when the fleet of about 70 aircraft is at GR9 standard, is about £500 million. Under a £100 million contract awarded to BAE Systems in 2004, new digital weapons that will be integrated onto the GR9 will include the advanced Global Positioning System and laser-guided Paveway IV bomb, and infrared and television variants of the Maverick missile to achieve high precision ground attack capabilities. The aircraft will be able to carry up to six Paveway IV bombs, which will be linked by a new onboard computer. The Successor Identification Friend or Foe system will also equip the aircraft, to make it less vulnerable on operations. The aircraft is also expected to be fitted to carry the advanced Brimstone fire and forget anti-armour missile. Part of the longer term plans for the aircraft currently include equipping with secure communications, a ground proximity warning system and for training the Rangeless Airborne Instrumentation and Debriefing System (RAIDS). The programme also includes an upgrade to the two-seater T10 training aircraft to T12, the equivalent of the GR9 standard.

The Harrier GR9 aircraft came into service on October 2006.

 



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zip.png EADS Mako/HEAT 3.0 HOT

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Mako is an advanced trainer and light combat aircraft developed at the EADS Military Aircraft facility based in Munchen, Germany. EADS was joined in November 1999 by the air force and air defence force of the United Arab Emirates as a full partner in the program. The definition phase of the aircraft development programme is complete, but the UAE has withdrawn from the project. No decision on production of the aircraft has been taken and there has been no confirmation of the first flight, which was scheduled for 2009. The program is considered cancelled.

This is a continuation of the Mako that was introduced to Flightgear a couple of years ago.



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zip.png McDonnell Douglas F-15 ACTIVE 1.0 HOT

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The McDonnell Douglas F-15 STOL/MTD (Short Takeoff and Landing/Maneuver Technology Demonstrator) is a modified F-15 Eagle. Developed as a technology demonstrator, the F-15 STOL/MTD carried out research for studying the effects of thrust vectoring and enhanced maneuverability. The aircraft used for the project was pre-production TF-15A (F-15B) No. 1 (USAF S/N 71-0290), the first two-seat F-15 Eagle built by McDonnell Douglas (out of 2 prototype), the sixth F-15 off the assembly line, and was the oldest F-15 flying up to its retirement. It was also used as the avionics testbed for the F-15E Strike Eagle program. The plane was on loan to NASA from the United States Air Force.

This same aircraft would later be used in the F-15 ACTIVE (Advanced Control Technology for Integrated Vehicles) from 1993–1999, and later in the Intelligent Flight Control System programs from 1999 to 2008. With the help of thrust vectoring nozzles, this aircraft can perform the famous Pugachev's Cobra maneuver.



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zip.png Blackburn Buccaneer S2B Version:Dev1e Dev1e HOT

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zip.png EF2000 V0.89 HOT

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The Eurofighter EF2000 is a multi-role figher developed and manufactured by a consortium of European aerospace industries. 



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zip.png Handley Page Victor 1.5 HOT

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The Handley Page Victor was one of the three designs to make up the fearsome V-Force, the deliverers of Britain's airborne nuclear deterrent. It's futuristic styling and technological advancements stunned airshow audiences and made a powerful impression on the Soviet leaders it was built to threaten. Upon the transference of the nuclear arsenal to the Royal Navy's submarine fleet, RAF Victors were converted to adopt an aerial refueling role, a task it was to conduct safely until the mid-90s, serving in the Falklands conflict and Operation Desert Storm.    



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zip.png McDonnell-Douglas/BAC FGR2 Phantom II V0.9 HOT

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The United Kingdom operated the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II as one of its principal combat aircraft from the 1960s to the early 1990s. The UK was the first export customer for the Phantom, which was ordered to fill the gap left by a number of British aircraft projects that had been cancelled due to the state of the UK aerospace industry in the 1960s. The Phantom was procured to serve both in the Fleet Air Arm and Royal Air Force in a number of different roles including air defence, close air support, low level strike and tactical reconnaissance.

 

This aircraft requires the DAVE PACK, available HERE.



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zip.png de Havilland Vampire F3 V1.3 HOT

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The de Havilland DH.100 Vampire was a British jet fighter commissioned by the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. Following the Gloster Meteor, it was the second jet fighter to enter service with the RAF.



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