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1950's Aircraft Pack
This was a joint project between Tyro Cook and myself. He created all the aircraft and I modded/rendered them. The anti-aircraft systems are fully my work.
About this creation


This is the F-106 Delta Dart, a high speed aircraft designed to compliment our CF-105 Arrows. Unlike the Arrow, the Delta dart is only capable of Mach 2.3 and it can't carry quite of heavy of an armament. However, the Delta dart has a combat radius of 900 miles meaning it can perform longer range missions.











This is the F-4 Phantom, a prototype naval fighter currently in testing. It's technically capable of being used but it could use some further refinement. We plan to have them up and in production in mass production as soon as possible, currently we are just making small numbers for training and testing. Judging from the results, we expect this aircraft to break a number of current aircraft world records.









This is the F-105 Thunderchief, a supersonic fighter bomber capable of mach 2 speeds, a combat radius of 780 miles, and an armament of a 20mm cannon and 14,000 lbs of armament. It may not be super maneuverable but it can still hold it's own in a dogfight.









This is the F-119 fighter, a cheap supersonic fighter available for export. It can reach 900mph, has a range of 860 miles, and is armed with 3 30mm cannons and can carry 1,000 kg of external munitions.









This is the F-121, the more advanced sibling of the F-121. It can reach speeds of up to Mach 2, has a range of 750 miles, and is armed with one 23 mm cannon and up to 2,500 lbs of munitions.









This is the U-2, a high-altitude reconnaissance plane capable of a service ceiling of 70,000 ft. It has a range of 6,400 miles.





This is the EC-135 observer, an AWACS system based off our KC-135 stratotanker.



This is the MIM-3 Ajax, a surface to air missile designed to protect our airspace and cities against hostile attacks from enemy aircraft. as far as we know, it's the first operational missile of its kind in the world. It has a range of 30 miles and a flight ceiling of 70,000 ft. We are already working on a missile to replace it due to the rapid advances we are making.







This is the M51 Skysweeper AA gun, a mobile 75mm AA gun combining a radar, an auxiliary predictor, and an autoloader for maximum effectiveness. It can track aircraft 30 kilometers away can has a ROF of 45 RPM. They are used both to protect our cities and military installations, freeing up our mobile AA for use on the battlefield.







A bonus picture... I wonder what this could be? :D



Comments

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  January 15, 2014
Nice collection of models! I'm glad to see another CF-105 in the mix!
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  January 12, 2014
Really nice airplanes! The nose on the U2 is a bit too long from what I remember, but everything else on these planes is great!
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  January 11, 2014
woww these are absolutely perfect..
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  January 11, 2014
Awesome planes! They all look so cool and i really like the F-105. Great job!
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  January 10, 2014
Quoting Robert B. The new descriptions are very good, one thing though, the Thud could not hold its own in a dogfight against any of the world's then modern fighters. While it was very fast, its wings were too small to provide maneuverability for any real air-to-air fighting capability.
Yeah, I probably should have said "has limited air-to-air capabilities". The Thuds did shoot down MiGs here and there but the kill ratio... wasn't good.
  January 10, 2014
The new descriptions are very good, one thing though, the Thud could not hold its own in a dogfight against any of the world's then modern fighters. While it was very fast, its wings were too small to provide maneuverability for any real air-to-air fighting capability.
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  January 10, 2014
very nice work mate and each creation is need a page alone .. you very well done
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  January 9, 2014
Sweet collection. Everything looks really good.
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  January 9, 2014
Good stuff! That Thunderchief looks great!
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  January 9, 2014
Awesome work! I don't know which is my favorite.
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  January 9, 2014
They are all so great!!!5/5
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  January 9, 2014
Great job to both of you, those are awesome. Excellent MOC
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  January 9, 2014
Very nice Lcad, Ldraw or mLcad work, whichever software that was used. The last of the ideas is the best in my opinion, the olive green anti-aircraft gun with the four ground stabilizers, it really makes me want to do it in the brick.
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  January 9, 2014
Love all of them.....simply fantastic! Very very very very very well made :)
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  January 9, 2014
These are all fantastic builds, with great details and well-chosen color schemes. Every one of them is worthy of having its own page here on MOCpages. I really like the Rising Sun tail markings on the Phantom and the camo scheme on the Thud. Great job!
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  January 9, 2014
Awesome! I like the U2, the plane in camo and those AA weapons. The missile ramp looks brutal! :-)
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  January 9, 2014
YES! 50's jets ruled. So futuristicaly styled, even still. Been wanting to build some of these myself for ages; so glad to see this stunning compilation.
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  January 9, 2014
Excellent work! :)
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  January 9, 2014
Great work!
Matthew McCall
Tyro Cook
  January 8, 2014
These came out great! Thanks for doing this for me matt.
 
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