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FF-1A Hyperfalcon
The Imperial Federation of Prusso-Egypt most proudly presents the final product of the HYPERFALCON program, the FF-1A.
About this creation






UF-1A Hyperfalcon

MANUFACTURER: Lippisch Aviation/Pet-Khaw Inc.

USERS: Prussian Luftwaffe, Royal Egyptian Air Force, Grand Egyptian Navy, Chilean Air Force

POWER: turbofan jet engine with Cliffe/Weagle magnetic thrust vectoring Mk. II and two-dimensional thrust vectoring nozzles

MAXIMUM SPEED: over mach 3

MANEUVERABILITY: hypermaneuverable

CREW: one pilot, optional artificial intelligence assistant

ARMAMENT: one 25mm vulcan cannon mounted above right canard root, hardpoints for six multirole missiles, SAAMs, QAAMs, XLAAs, XMAAs, XAGMs, LAGMs, LASMs, FAEBs, SODs, guided bombs, unguided bombs, rocket pods, or any combination of the above

AVIONICS: radar, missile warning system, IFF, fly-by-wire, HUD, look-down-shoot-down capability, artificial intelligence assistant(optional), two-dimensional thrust vectoring, Cliffe/Weagle magnetic thrust vectoring Mk. II using laser cooled fermionic lithium-6 gas


The Hyperfalcon is designed to be an air dominance fighter.





It is among the most maneuverable fighters in the world today, able to pull off maneuvers the human body can't even handle, thanks to canard foreplanes plus two-dimensional thrust vectoring combined with the controversial Cliffe/Weagle Magnetic Thrust Vectoring.

Magnetic Thrust vectoring works by injecting a ferromagnetic material into the jet engine's combustion chamber. The material is immediately liquefied and mixed in with the thrust, thus magnetizing it. Electromagnets positioned behind the thrust nozzles concentrate the thrust and force it through somewhat small, ceramic-insulated nozzles. The magnets can then rotate and spin to vector the thrust in virtually any direction. Previously, iron pellets were used as a magnetic material. However, with Cliffe/Weagle MTV Mk. II, laser cooled fermionic lithium-6 gas(the only known magnetic gas!) is injected in front of the compression chamber of the engine. It was found that when compressed and mixed with the ordinary air, the lithium-6 gas can retain its magnetism even when burning.

Top scientists are working to find out why this happens. It may have to do with a the compression pressing the spinning electrons closer together, somehow allowing them to protect each other from the heat and ongoing chemical reaction as the lithium-6 burns and turns into different gases. Of more concern is whether we will end up with a bunch of magnetic gas in our atmosphere or not, but this is considered highly unlikely, as the gases will dissipate over time and cease to be magnetized.

Magnetic Thrust Vectoring Developed by myself and A.C. Weagle.


Standard payload of six air-to-air missiles. Advanced and/or long range missiles are carried in the [imaginary] missile bay. Most Hyperfalcon pilots are trained to use their missiles, for the most part, only when taking fire from other aircraft with long range missiles and in other emergencies. Otherwise, they are accustomed to closing into gun range with the target and engaging in a dogfight with the aircraft's 25mm cannon. This way, the Hyperfalcon's advantage of hypermaneuverability can be exploited to its full potential.


Here are the two-dimensional thrust vectoring nozzles. They also function as the thrust concentrators for the magnetic thrust vectoring.


Thrust vectored up.


Thrust vectored down.


Thrust vectored right.


Thrust vectored left.


FF-1U Autofalcon

The Autofalcon is an entirely unmanned variant of the Hyperfalcon primarily designed for the "Wild Weasel" role of eliminating anti-air defenses. The aircraft is controlled by a three-man team of operators who simply give commands and track the autonomous aircraft. An unmanned "Wild Weasel" will result in higher performance due to lack of fear, reduce air casualties, and raise morale.



The skies are no longer friendly...
They are weird.

PLEASE COMMENT




Comments

 I like it 
  March 9, 2012
Cool SNOT design.
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  October 5, 2011
This is really good man! I think this is worthy to be made by LEGO themselves, keep up the good work!
  October 29, 2010
I think if you made it stealth then it could really take full advantage of it's advanced maneuverability. My newest attack fighter uses that same strategy. It's completely stealth, a UAV, and flies extremely high :P
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  September 7, 2010
Very nice,built off of a x-wing I see.
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  August 26, 2010
Woah that curved wing effect is REALLY nice. It looks pretty deadly too.
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  June 30, 2010
Hey Cliffe. I haven't commented on any of your stuff in a while. The only thing i can see wrong with this is the missiles on the wings because they would increase drag. But other than that amazing. I would also like to know if you would have any problems with me joining your group.
 I made it 
  April 1, 2010
Quoting A Member Since December 7, 2007, Jake Parkinson Dang, this is awesome! If this were from kelso or another agile it would gave swarms of comments... You deserve more comments on this. Great work!
Gee, thanks man! I didn't know it was THAT good!
 I like it 
  April 1, 2010
This is sweet<3 But is it a stealth or just a normal plane? Atach some missilles, but then its not a stealthplane. Pretty cool!!!<3
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  April 1, 2010
Dang, this is awesome! If this were from kelso or another agile it would gave swarms of comments... You deserve more comments on this. Great work!
Super Kaiser Pharaoh
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Thomas N
  March 31, 2010
Very good friend. Love all the improvements you did. Thanks for the nomination in the 2010 mocies! ~T
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  March 31, 2010
Tsk, tsk, tsk. You build this in grey now ya hear!
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  March 31, 2010
Absolutly AWESOME!!!!
 
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