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Neymon Technology Demonstrator Parade
XII. Neymon Military Parade. Two new stealth jets revealed. Made for the group Conflict
About this creation
X-56 MBTs going through the statue.

People watching the moving tanks.

F-65 "Dagger" air-superiority fighter. Black Arrow soldiers guarding all the planes.

T-6 "Nadap" close air support plane. In front of it you can see the massive C-7 gatling gun.

People on the other side of the road.

The local TV is also bradcasting this event.

The new air-to-air support fighter, the ASF-168 "Angel".The troopers gave its nickname because of its massive firepower. Capable of carrying 24 air-to-air missiles or air-to-surface missiles. One is shown next to it.

The new state of the art stealth fighter of the Tongorian Air Force. after having problems with the Montrovian "Raven", the government decided to design a new, domestic fighter, the KP-8 "Neymon"

It also have got a thrust vectoring system. Credit goes to Josh Cooper.

The ASF-168's thrust vectoring system which is my design.

The little statue

Download the LDD file and look around the Parade.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

Matthew Sylvan
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julian abma
  July 19, 2011
Nice vechicles I like it!!!
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  July 18, 2011
Kösz a helpinget!
 I made it 
  July 18, 2011
Quoting Marcell Pintér Váó! Nagyon frankó lett! Elismerésem! Honnan vannak az LDD-be a katonai torzók?
A Universe módot használom. Keress rá, bármilyen kocka bármilyen színben megtalálható benne. Szólj, ha kell segítség.
 I like it 
  July 18, 2011
Váó! Nagyon frankó lett! Elismerésem! Honnan vannak az LDD-be a katonai torzók?
 I made it 
  July 18, 2011
Quoting Dreadnought o_o Im worried that your Nadap will fall from the sky with that minigun inside of it, along with all of those bombs. It still looks very awesome. I like your tanks to. I wonder if they will stand up to my modern battle tanks I made.
The A-10 was my inspiration when I made it. It can carry these things but can't reach mach 1. A-10 have got the same weapons.
 I made it 
  July 18, 2011
Quoting Josh Cooper Very cool, nice dio! One thing though, can that fighter actually carry 24 of those missiles? And if so, can it remain stealthy?
If you download the LDD and remove the roof of the jet you will see 24 missiles inside. Because they are in inner bays it remains stealthy. The jet engines and fuel are in the wings so there is a lot of space inside in it.
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  July 18, 2011
I totally missed the C-7 until I got to the comments. Hope you have A LOT OF KY for that thing.
Matthew Sylvan
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Paperweight .
  July 17, 2011
The NRNA would be happy to trade for 150 of each new plane. Does 100 Mice, 150 LV-64s, 200 AT-65s and 50 woodpeckers. And I don't see any NRNA representatives. :)
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  July 17, 2011
Nice parade Matt! Montrovian observers report a great turn out! ;-)
  July 17, 2011
Im worried that your Nadap will fall from the sky with that minigun inside of it, along with all of those bombs. It still looks very awesome. I like your tanks to. I wonder if they will stand up to my modern battle tanks I made.
 I like it 
  July 17, 2011
Very cool, nice dio! One thing though, can that fighter actually carry 24 of those missiles? And if so, can it remain stealthy?
 
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