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C-F/A-22A Harrier Raptor
A Harrier inspired new F/A-22A Raptor codenamed 'SeaRap.' the new C-F/A-22A (Carrier-Fighter/Attacker-22-Alpha) This aircraft will be able to be launched from a Nimitz-Class Aircraft Carrier. This new aircraft has finished the experimental stages, now we have an updated version named C-F/A-22B Harrier Raptor.
About this creation
A View of the Nose with a Pilot-boom.

A side view of the Harrier Raptor from the left side.

The Top of the aircraft showing the Mid-air Refueling Bay Doors closed and the Air Brake down
New: Forced Air Induction Bay Doors closed
New: Weapons compartment door closed
New: Gatling Gun doors closed.

The Gatling Gun Bay door closed.

The Gatling Gun Bay door opened showing a 20mm M61A2 Vulcan Gatling Gun.

The M61A2 ready to fire.

There are two Vulcan Gatling Guns installed into the Harrier Raptor.

Mid-air Refueling Bay Doors opened for fuel intake.

The Emergency Air Brake is lifted upward.

The Emergency Air Brake again viewed at a different angle.

The Weapons Compartment is opened showing a rifle and a Semi-automatic.

The Semi-automatic and the High Powered Rifle.

The underside of the Harrier Raptor with the Landing Gear down.

Forward Gear lifting into the aircraft.

The Rear Gear also lifting into the Gear Bay.

The Side Missile bay door opened showing a AIM-9L Sidewinder Missile.

The main Missile Bay Doors opened showing (from left to right):
- Trans. Long Range Air-to-Air Missile (TLRAAM),
- Laser Guided Air-to-Ground Missile (LGAGM),
- Super Long Range Anti-Aircrft Missile (SLRAAM),
- Mini Tactical Nuclear Missile (MTNM).

Two Experimental Pratt & Whitney F119-PW-101-XB Pitch Thrust Vectoring Turbofans.

The nose opens up exposing the:
- An experimental Intercontinental Communications Device
- RWR (Radar Warning Reciever)
- I.F.F. (Identification Friend or Foe) Indication system V. 2.0
- Radar

The Cockpit windscreen opens up for the Pilot to enter/exit the C-F/A-22A.

The Windscreen opened up fully showing the Pilot.

A.C. in his Pilot Uniform.

NEW

Harrier Mode


Forced Air Induction Bays doors opened showing the Force Induction Turbofan.

The Vectoring Braces swing down.

The Thrust Vectoring Nozzles swing down beyond the normal perameters to force the thrust downward.

The other thrust Fans in the wings.

The underside again showing the 'Harrier Mode'.

Prodecesor:
C-F/A-22B Harrier Raptor
C-F/A-22AC Shadow Raptor Comming Soon!

- This aircraft is featured on the 100,000th MOC page!



Comments

 I made it 
  April 11, 2009
Quoting TCC ! Lol, the large use of red bricks reminds me of starscream from transformers. This is really cool, and has alot of detail. Nice work!
Thank You TCC!!!!
  April 10, 2009
Lol, the large use of red bricks reminds me of starscream from transformers. This is really cool, and has alot of detail. Nice work!
 I made it 
  March 13, 2009
Quoting Tim Cliffe I came up with a new idea recently. I call it 'Magnetic Thrust Vectoring.' When the fuel is mixed with the air, so are iron pellets. They become molten and mix with the thrust. Then, magnets in the nozzle can rotate and vector the thrust by repelling it with a negative charge. The only problem our scientist have come across so far is keeping the magnets cool, because if they become heated up too much they lose their charge. We have been using carbon reinforced liquid nitrogen, but we're trying to find something more efficient because we have to replace the nitrogen every 12 hours. Got any ideas, Major?
Not as of this moment but, I have assembled my top Scientists and Engineers, we hope to soon solve the problem of keeping the magnets cooled for a much longer time.
 I like it 
  March 12, 2009
I came up with a new idea recently. I call it 'Magnetic Thrust Vectoring.' When the fuel is mixed with the air, so are iron pellets. They become molten and mix with the thrust. Then, magnets in the nozzle can rotate and vector the thrust by repelling it with a negative charge. The only problem our scientist have come across so far is keeping the magnets cool, because if they become heated up too much they lose their charge. We have been using carbon reinforced liquid nitrogen, but we're trying to find something more efficient because we have to replace the nitrogen every 12 hours. Got any ideas, Major?
 I like it 
  February 22, 2009
I may have finally found my equal! You ARE smart. Everything you have made seems to be realistic, too. Plus, this is an F/A-22 Raptor, the best jet fighter in the world! Anybody who builds one of those is immediately invited to the Order of the Black Eagle.
 I made it 
  February 13, 2009
Quoting Jesse Nelms Excellent work, Major! Now we can deploy our raptor squadrons even faster.
Agreed, The deployment of our forces to closer 'Over-seas' Territories will be easier for our pilots!
 
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