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B-02 "Titan" Strategic Bomber
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B-02 "Titan" Strategic Bomber

The Titan is the next high altitude bomber for the EFCF Air force. It has a range of 23000 miles and has a payload of 200,000lb of explosives and to protect it self from enemy aircraft, it is armed with 1 30mm coiled Bofor Auto-cannon, 5 25mm Coiled Auto-cannons, and 8 mid-range SSM-33 "Spearhead" Mid-Range Anti-Air Missiles. It has a crew of 6 ( pilot, Co-Pilot, Comms Officer, Navigator, Bombardier, and a gunner). The Titan also has powerful electronic that can protect it from EMP and Electric magnetic attacks. Another variant is a gunship variant that will assist troops on the ground.




















































Note: This build was painful, one of the bay doors would not work and shut LDD Down when I tried to use the Hinge tool, and then finding another way hinge type brick for the lower doors. If anyone would like to use the hull Please give me your email and I will send you the model.

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  April 25, 2013
Believe it or not, 700 years in the future doesn't actually mean anything when it comes to how advanced tech is. For example, in D&C, while tech is more advanced than modern Earth, tech overall has actually gone DOWN from where it used to be. And I'm not refering to your aircraft being too heavy, i'm saying its shape is flawed. And since it's the same size as modern bombers it doesn't make sense that it can carry 3 times as many bombs.
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  April 25, 2013
Quoting Matthew McCall This is kind of just a cheap rehash or your B-1 bomber... Anyway, I agree with Zach that it doesn't look like it could fly in real life, and 200,000 tons of munitions is too high, the largest modern bombers only manage around 70,000.
hay, don't forget that this is 700 years in the future, so technology is advance to a point along that there are metals that are found that are lighter and stronger then other metals.
  April 25, 2013
This is kind of just a cheap rehash or your B-1 bomber... Anyway, I agree with Zach that it doesn't look like it could fly in real life, and 200,000 tons of munitions is too high, the largest modern bombers only manage around 70,000.
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  April 22, 2013
I am quite impressed with the effort here. Assuming I can throw modern aircraft physiscs to the wind, this is majorly impressive. If I go get those physics back, I think the turrets and some of the otehr greebling impede aerodynamics but I am all for function over form so I give you a 4/5 on it.
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  April 22, 2013
Quoting Oscar Floyd Only 2 engines? i would think maybe 20 or 30 to get that beast off the ground. But great aircraft design. Sinister!
There actually 6 engines built in to two engine ( 3 in each one), the engine design was inspired from the GNMA-Y0002V Gadelaza from Gundam 00 A wakening of the trail blazer but on a smaller scale latter variations will have more engines but for now it has 2 sets of 3. Trying to think of a design for a transport plane, any suggestions will be nice.
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  April 21, 2013
Only 2 engines? i would think maybe 20 or 30 to get that beast off the ground. But great aircraft design. Sinister!
 
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