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Type 24 Autogyro
The Type 24 Autogyro is a Balaclavan ASW, light recon, and light attack autogyro. This is for the group Conflict II.
About this creation

Equipped with a single depth charge in this picture, is the naval version of the Type 24, called the A24N. With its ability to hover, the A24N has pin-point accuracy against submarines and U-boats. This type is typically launched from destroyers or carriers.

Armed defensively with twin 0.303 machine guns gives it a running chance to survive aerial attack, though rear gunners have been called on to neutralize AAA crews from short distances should the Type 24 come across any suddenly.

In the front is a 20mm cannon firing through the propeller hub. This way, it can attack surfaced subs just as easily as submerged. Only 5 rounds are provided the Type 24.

Here is the Governor-class of dreadnoughts.
Armament:
9x 18-inch guns.
8x 14-inch torpedo tubes.
2x 5-inch close-in & AAA guns.
12x 20mm AAA guns.
32x 0.50 AAA guns.



Comments

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  July 16, 2012
Interesting. I think that for the Experimental Aircraft competition, you will be awarded (from me), 6/10. I am not completely sure if it would take off, but still!
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  July 5, 2012
awesome
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  January 16, 2012
Quoting Nemesis Great, but I thought depth charges only work in large numbers when deployed from destroyers, one depth charge has a low chance of sinking a U boat, especially such a small one. It could work if large numbers of these were deployed though. ***** I need to build myself a chopper to. Im curretly working on a panther like tank, that should be usefull in the future, would you be willing to make a trade.
Well, obviously more than one would go out on the mission. However, the only reason why destroyers had to blanket the water with depth charges was because they didn't exactly know where it was. This puppy has a 90 degree view of it, and can see exactly where to drop it. It would only require a microscopic fracture to sink a U-boat. That's the truth. Hmm. I'll see how it turns out & let you know, ok?
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  January 16, 2012
Great, but I thought depth charges only work in large numbers when deployed from destroyers, one depth charge has a low chance of sinking a U boat, especially such a small one. It could work if large numbers of these were deployed though. ***** I need to build myself a chopper to. Im curretly working on a panther like tank, that should be usefull in the future, would you be willing to make a trade.
Ultramarine .
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White Knight
  January 12, 2012
most fun !>....well done
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  January 10, 2012
Hehe, almost steam-punk, neat, and sweet fun little battleship there :)
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  January 9, 2012
Neat little aircraft!
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  January 9, 2012
Very effective, simple, concept and design but it totally works! Excellent work done here!
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  January 9, 2012
Very nice work!
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  January 9, 2012
Nice work, it's a very quirky design, but elegant as well.
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  January 9, 2012
Impressive! XD
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  January 8, 2012
Great work!
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  January 8, 2012
It's neat, but I can't help but thinking some wings would make it more stable or allow you to mount some forward-facing guns.
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  January 8, 2012
Thinkin' the same thing, Matt.
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  January 8, 2012
I'm guessing the Conflict thing is taking place in an earlier time period.
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  January 8, 2012
Pretty sure I saw this in my American warplanes book.
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  January 8, 2012
Absolutely simple yet effective concept. I'm digging this alot!
 
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