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GT-150 "Viper" . The GT-150 is the latest manned/unmanned Air Superiority Fighter for the TwigINC. Air force. . The GT-150 Viper is a new 7 1/2 Generation maned/unmanned Air Superiority Fighter, it was designed to replace the GT-150 and usher in a new era of technology. The GT-150 is now the smallest and one of the most maneuverable fighters in the Land of Divide and Conquer II. In the early stages of the production period of the GT-145 TwigINC. put in a order for its replacement. What they got during the design period was a small, speedy, maneuverable, unmanned option stealth fighter. The GT-150 performed well in all aspects, especially in dog fighting due to its small light weight frame. Designers wanted to add a unnamed version of the Viper but budget cuts only allowed the designers to add that option to the current fighter. The Viper employs some of the newest in defensive measures one is the stealth, with removal of the vertical and rear tail fins the Viper is even more stealthier than the 145. The second measure is its Defense Lasers, one on the back and one on the front. The rear laser only purpose is to defend the aircraft when attacked with missiles, the front laser is designed to do just that and target air and ground targets. The third is counter missile, the counter missile is an electromagnetic pule low range defense measure (disrupts the missile coordinates). The fourth is the updated flare system, the flares now employ more chat in the flare grenade to increase the chances of protecting the aircraft. And the fifth is the newest and greatest in technology, credit is due to Zerothehero for this idea Reverse Stealth. The Viper employs a special coating that when it comes into contact with a certain classified frequency increases the radar profile of the Viper to be extremely huge, which means anything that locks on to it wont know where to hit it. The defensive measures may steal the show but the Viper also employs the newest and greatest in weapon systems. The 150 employs the newest in missile delivery systems known as L.R.M.R, the Long Range Missile Rack holds six Long Range Missiles in a circular delivery unit. The Viper also has two medium range Air to Air missiles on the drop doors of the L.R.M.R. The other electronic warfare attachment added was the L.R.M.B system (Long Range Microwave Burst). Stats: Crew: 0-1 (With Unmanned Option) Armor: Classified (Average of 2 bricks) Speed: Mach 5 Armament: 6 Long Range Missiles (80 km) 2 Medium Range Missiles (42 km) 1 40 MM Auto Cannon 1 L.R.M.B 1 L.W.S 8 C.M.S (Counter Missile's) Range: 5000 km (Without Refueling) Additional Notes: Retractable landing gear included 23,000 lbs of Additional Bombs and Missiles can be added on the wings The Long Range Missiles and Medium range Missiles can be targeted with (Heat, Video, Laser, and G.P.S), the Long Range Missiles can also target ground targets The GT-150 can Launch Carriers The GT-150 also has a Water/Air Cooled Exhaust System to bring down the Heat signature


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