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PRISM UASF-3400
We're proud to present our latets, and probably best weapon yet, the PRISM UASF (Unmanned Air Superiority Fighter) 3400. After seeing tyhe need of such a vehicle, project PRISM, which is notly only the UASF-3400, but a whole series of planes was launched, and the UASF-3400 is the first one. The fighter is powered by a micro nuclear reactor, thus able to stay in the air for months. It has scramjet engines, that are able to propel it up to Mach 6.1, but it retains its superior maneouvareability only up to Mach 2.4. Secondary thrusters, combined with the electromagnetical pulse emiters enable it to hover, so that's why no landing gear was added. That way, the aircraft has some decent VTOL abilities. When the scrajets need to be powered, a special fuel mix give the thrusters enough power to propel the vehicle up to Mach 1 for several seconds. When not taking off this way, the UASF is launched from 2 modified Excellion frigates or from ramps similar to the one used to launch shuttles. The plane and all of its systems are EMP proof. The Class 1 AI/Smart Computer give it a tactical advantage over enemy UAVs. The targeting and radar systems are of highest quality, able to detect almost any enemy aircraft. The UASF itself has outstandindg stealth capabilities. It also posseses the ability to jam enemy radars when needed, and a partial communications jamming ability. The UASF also possesses an experimental device, the ECD, or Emergency Cloaking Device. By using special photoreactive panels placed on various parts of the aircraft, it can turn nearly invisible for up to 5 seconds, providing it with yet another tactical advantage. However, the recharge time for the panels is 30 minutes, thus they're used only when there's no other choice. The armament is, as follows: 6 air-to-air/air-to-surface missiles, 6 laser/gps guided bombs, 3 fuel tanks stored in internal bays. Other weapons include two retractable wing mounted minguns, two retractable forward firing lasers used agains missiles or large targets, and a planned 360 degrees rotating laser to replace the wing mounted ones. This fighter will dominate the skies for some time, unless someone else (Matt McCall, Tyro, I'm watching you :P) makes a better one. But even if this happens, we have more aircraft developed for the PRISM porject.
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EDIT: Reworked, after Matthew's advie. Looks better IMO.
EDIT 2: Reowrked, for the third time. Now better than ever.

4th wall: This started months ago as a copy of someone's F22. I layter reworked it and this is the result. I apologise if the systems and armament of this is too much like Tyro's SK/U or Matthew's Hawk, but as I said in D&C, there is generaly no way to make a better or equal to these aircraft without copying the stats. If the speed or someething else is TOO unrealistic, just tell me (I don't want this to turn into a second Plasma Artillery argument). C&C greatly appreciated.



Comments

 I like it 
  April 2, 2012
Dang, They just get better and better. I really need to make one of these. nice job
 I made it 
  April 1, 2012
Quoting Matthew McCall Ummm, the f-22's shape would quite literly shake itself to pieces at Mach 6 speeds, and you probably don't want any of the tail wings. I modded this design allmost half a year ago, and, well, it appears you nodded the cockpit. No offense, but you really should put some more work into it.
Um. I changed most of the things you point out. Or is this some old comment?
 I like it 
  April 1, 2012
Well, youve done a great job evolving the aircraft. You can't even really tell what it started out as!
 I like it 
  April 1, 2012
Much better design! I personally think this is a match for Tyro's aircraft.
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Tyro Cook
  March 31, 2012
While I maintain that it is very similar to Talian Mavericks and Conglomerate Hawks, I suggest you add some new technology so it is not an exact copy. One other thing as well, these fighters are significantly larger than Hawks and Mavericks, and would be sitting ducks in a dogfight as they are far less maneuverable just simply due to plain old physics. It would also be slower than my Mavericks as they are newly outfitted with scramjets and are the smallest of the D&C top 3 making them the fastest.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2012
hm... I think Tyro has a point there but you can counter that by either making it smaller, or arm it so heavily it drops from the sky but has enough firepower to annihilate anything that crosses its path.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2012
Much better! This is in the top 3 fighters in the group!
 I made it 
  March 31, 2012
Quoting Matthew McCall Umm, I'm not sure you know, but a F22's shape is simply the wrong one for a ramjet or scramjet. I suggest do more than mod the cockpit by at least getting rid of the tailfins and making it more of a wedge shape. I would also tile the top. Don't get me wrong, this isn't a bad start, but it could use some work.
Oh, okay. I'll remove the tail fins and make the wings bigger, like extending them to where the tailfins were. And I tried tiling the whole top, but it just looks kinda bad.
 I like it 
  March 31, 2012
Umm, I'm not sure you know, but a F22's shape is simply the wrong one for a ramjet or scramjet. I suggest do more than mod the cockpit by at least getting rid of the tailfins and making it more of a wedge shape. I would also tile the top. Don't get me wrong, this isn't a bad start, but it could use some work.
 
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