I decided to give my fighter its own page; it really needs it so viewers like you can actually find it and check it out. I will also include the magnetic thrust vectoring adaption whenever I have the time, so keep an eye out for any updates from me. As usual, Timekh and I will provide the walkthrough. Administer your safety mechanisms and prepare for supersonic velocity!
About this creation
"Here's the Prussian Luftwaffe's primary fighter, the JF-2 'Vector Hawk,' named so because it looks somewhat like an arrow. This aircraft an air superiority fighter, and is the most numerous aircraft of the Luftwaffe besides the AF-3."
"Using technology from allies, we have swept the wings of the Valkyrie and given it a new look. It has pretty much the same specs, though, besides the speed. It's almost hypersonic now, even faster than the raptor, and without tearing the plane apart anymore! Yay!" That's always a good thing.
"Colored red and white to honor the great German state of Brandenburg, which combined with Prussia after it gained it's independence. It's pretty much the only real part of Prussia still in German territory besides Hohenzollern, which is now part of Baden-Würrtemburg.
New nozzle for Magnetic Thrust Vectoring number one, with two nozzles for greater directional effect. This version is the most common, and is now used on more than half of all aircraft of this type. It was unexpectedly difficult to finally procure this piece.
New nozzle number two- a large cone, for greater concentration of thrust and thus greater power. Used on most of the rest of these fighters, but some still retain the old nozzles for nostalgia purposes :-)