Mikrosheise Air Force's current fighter: the Primeval
About this creation
The Primeval, besides its catchy name, is altogether a very reliable aircraft, and the MAF (Mikrosheise Air Force) currently operates a strong fleet of 40 (though they are due to be replaced by the coming Vivace in 2008).
With a top speed of 519 mph, the Primeval is well-equipped for close-combat aerial operations.
Besides night vision, radar, navigational systems, heat-sensors, and a self-automated CPR to reinstate an unconscious pilot, the Primeval is equipped with two homing missiles and, most important of all, a nuclear fusion bomb can be transported in a bomb nest in the nose for special missions (though this rarely is necessary since the MAF does not have many threatening enemies at the moment).
The Primeval is powered by twin turbine engines, which unfortunately are too loud and too slow. Because of this, the aircraft is not used for aerial chases; usually just for dogfights.
You mean MAF is supported by Shell and Vodaphone?! Okay, so what if I don’t have custom decals at the moment . . .
Though the pointy nose for long-range radar ruins its complexion, the Primeval is actually a pretty sleek aircraft.
Did I mention sleek?
Notice the Primeval with its wheels down and its wheels up. The only difference is that with the wheels “retracted” some reversed slopes are added to fill in the studs.
The Primeval with retracted landing gear.
The MAF’s Primevals are getting old and cranky, and often need repairs on their rusted engine compartments.
“Why don’t they just retire these dang Prims and get us some Tomcats or something?!”
The pilot as he poses with a nuclear fusion bomb and his trusty stepladder. The MAF currently operates 40 Primevals (12 are backups) with a crew of 40 pilots, 80 mechanics, and 60 backup pilots.