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NCA FB-155 Thunderhawk . The NCA FB-155 Thunderhawk is our new Fighter-Bomber that we use to enforce our air superiority upon the ground. All those who dare challenge this bird’s might shall perish under the fires of its bombs. . The FB-155 Thunderhawk Fighter-Bomber, the “Thud II”, is the NCA’s most potent aerial weapons against ground targets. It features a rotary bomb bay as well as a large amount of wing hardpoints. IT has large, broad wings that strike the perfect balance for loadbearing and for lift at altitudes up to 70,000 feet. The Thunderhawk is completely VSTOL capable, making carrier operation another tool in its ever-lethal arsenal. The Thunderhawk here is armed with a multimission loadout. Our ordinances are developed from acquired samples of Tongorian weaponry and for that, we thank Tongoria for their business. Wehave heavily modified said samples to create our own potent weapons seen here. The loadout is as follows: 36 2 kiloton yield antimatter bombs (I don’t remember an official announcement for limit drop and this was built before said announcement anyway; I can edit if need be) 2 Triton stealth cruise missiles 2 Canister grenade cluster bombs (48 10ib grenades each bomb) 2 antimatter Scatterburst bombs (1/2 kiloton yield per bomblet) 12 Falcon camera guided A2A (air to anything) missiles 6 Sidewinder missiles 2 20m autocannons The Thunderhawk can also serve as an escort for other Thunderhawks. This Thunderhawk is armed with a plethora of anti-air ordinance. Its additional camera-guided missiles also make it a potent ground threat. 18 heat seeking Air-2-Air missiles (white, in bomb bay) 6 camera guided missiles (black, in bomb bay) 2 Triton stealth cruise missiles 18 Falcon camera guided missiles (wing pylons) 8 Sidewinder missiles 2 .50 cal extended barrel miniguns (for increased accuracy) 4th wall commentary: I accidentally got the bomb bay camera guided bombs and missile backwards in the model since they look almost identical. The issue has been corrected in my templates and all future aircraft after the A-120 Spitfire will have more distinguishable ordinance. This Thunderhawk is loaded down with a bomber loadout. This is what it does best, go in heavy and rain death. It can also carry the ordinance in our new stealth canisters for enhanced ability to hide. 36 2 kiloton yield antimatter bombs (bomb bay) 4 antimatter Scatterburst bombs 24 2 kiloton antimatter bombs (pylons) 12 Falcon camera guided missiles 4 Sidewinder missiles 2 20mm ballistic rotary cannons The last loadout that we will show (all ordinance is mix & match so the combinations are essentially limitless) is the ground attack loadout. This loadout ventures our new unique metal storm cruise missiles which can fire while still attached or be launched to engage targets up to 100 miles away. It has 56 barrels each loaded with 4 40mm grenades (thermite, HE, frag, etc.) for a total of 224 grenades per missile. Loadout is as follows: 12 laser guided bombs 12 camera guided bombs 2 metal storm cruise missiles 4 canister grenade cluster bombs 18 Falcon camera guided missiles 4 Sidewinder missiles 2 30mm chainguns 4th wall commentary: I accidentally got the bomb bay camera guided bombs and missile backwards in the model since they look almost identical. The issue has been corrected in my templates and all future aircraft after the A-120 Spitfire will have more distinguishable ordinance. Some notes: This aircraft has been unposted for a while and I am just rushing it out there. I have not yet equipped it with the ALDS emitters. It will use them and I will add them to the model, please give me a day or two as I am very busy. The FB-155 Thunderhawk is based off the original F-105 Thunderchief. I used to play a flight sim called Warbirds and one of the guys in the squad I flew with was a Vietnam Thud pilot who went by the callsign Thudder. His real name was Bill Addams. He had to hit the nylon elevator (parachute) twice during his tour. He passed away early this year. This build is dedicated to Bill “Thudder” Addams and has been christened the “Thud II”. Instructions: This is a repost of the same instruction guide found on my Phalanx tanks and applies to all work in my NCA folder. I operate with a double standard for istructions. If you are a random person who wants my model because you think it can help oyu with your work, you can have it, just as long as anyhting you make based off it is credited. If you are a member of a conflict group like D&CII, you can't just download it as thats tech stealing. You'll have to email me or approach me with an offer in the deignated trading thread. Thank you! My email: Zmackme14@yahoo.com
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