Started by Nigel Bunker, August 22, 2002, 06:03:10 AM
QuoteKeep us updated with the Naval NightHawk as that should be an interesting build, with the new wings and the deeper lower fuselage. Look nice parked next to the Anigrand A-12 and an F-18E.
QuoteJust pondering the Pylons at the moment, drawings show two on each wing and two on the belly with no gun pods. So now its a case of deciding a suitable 70's armament and a toss up to see if i should fit a cannon or not.BTW has anybody got details on the WASP anti-tank missile (or rocket) that was projected as a Harrier weapon in the 70's or 80'sCheersThor B)
QuoteWASP. The second element of the WAAM family, the WASP missiles are small mini-missiles weighing about 100 pounds each. They are so small that many can be clustered in a bomb dispenser or on pods under an aircraft's wings -- about a dozen can be carried on a single pod. They can be fired almost simultaneously from several miles away, and they are designed to use a high frequency wavelength to find a tank while flying about five times the speed of sound. Their armor-piercing warheads would turn the inside of a tank into a fiery inferno or hail of sharp metal.
QuoteDon't forget as What-if modellers we should loom at all aspects of the model to really blow away the JMN's.
Quoteand whether there were six rivets or five on the Scruggs Wonderplane F3 tailfin, ie the users of the hyperscale forum.
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