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The Lightweight Supercruise Fighter (LSF) is a copyright of Dr. Daniel P. Raymer.
Length: 45 feet, 2 inches
Take-off Gross Weight: 16,480 pounds
Military Thrust: 13,776 pounds*
Full Afterburner Thrust: 16,150 pounds
Maximum Speed: over Mach 1.8
Supercruise Speed: over Mach 1.4
Nozzle Type: 2D Pitch-vectoring
Tail Type: Variable-dihedral V-tail #(may be simulated by variable geopetry wing, not sure what effectit has though.)
from the picture we know it at least can hold 2 missiles. I dont think the hardpoints have to be accurate to a prototype fighter that doesnt list them.
It would be nice to have something like this, would probably have good range becasue of supercruise abilities.
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that would never happenSentinel182 wrote:interesting find, looks quite like the bastard child of an F-16 and an F/A-18A-D
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On JP-5 yes.Phoenix wrote:can planes get drunk?
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That...won't happen. Planes are non living, and definitely don't have free will *goes onto science lesson about cells and reproduction*Sentinel182 wrote:its is possible; the F-16 and F/A-18 get together, have some sex and stuff, before the air force F-16 realises the F/A-18 is from the navy and breaks up with it.Phoenix wrote:that would never happenSentinel182 wrote:interesting find, looks quite like the bastard child of an F-16 and an F/A-18A-D
Then somehow, the F-16 is pregnant and then has some weird baby.
English Translation: One Inch of time and one inch of gold, the inch of gold cannot buy the inch of time.
Pretty wise proverb, eh?
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There is a thing called "humor", not sure if you ever heard of that.GimiGlider wrote: That...won't happen. Planes are non living, and definitely don't have free will *goes onto science lesson about cells and reproduction*
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Pretty sure it wasn't objectionable, so I'll just say it never went through. Won't repost just in case.
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