Northrop YF-17 Cobra was a prototype fighter built to participate in the USAFs Lightweight Fighter (LWF) evaluation program although it lost to the YF-16 (now F-16 Fighting Falcon), it was selected by the US Navy via the
Naval Fighter Attack Experimental (VFAX) program, it underwent some modifications and it entered service as the larger F/A-18 Hornet, now fully converted for naval operations.
+F/A-181 Black Wasp II - The F/A-181 Black Wasp II
is a fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather tactical
fighter jet. The aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority
fighter, but also has ground attack capabilities. Its additional
external hard points enable the aircraft to carry a wide variety of
+To-201 Shikra - The To-201 Shikra is a
fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter
jet. The aircraft was designed by a CSAT and Russian joint syndicate
with the goal to build a highly agile and maneuverable air superiority
fighter. Similar to the F/A-181, the To-201 also has ground attack
capabilities, and is able to support various weapons configurations via
its conventional pylons, but also its internal weapons bay.
+A-149 Gryphon - The A-149 Gryphon is a
fourth-generation, single-seat, single-engine, and all-weather tactical
fighter jet. The aircraft was designed as a multi-role platform at an
affordable cost, and unlike some of the larger air superiority jets, it
can also perform well in low-altitude flight. Despite its aging
platform, the A-149 has still been upgraded with the newest sensors and
+Sentinel - The Sentinel is a fifth-generation,
state of the line, twin-engine, all-weather tactical Unmanned Combat
Aerial Vehicle (UCAV). The Sentinel was designed primarily as a
reconnaissance platform, but can also perform precision ground attacks.
F/A-18F recreation of an Aggressor livery that, in real life, is applied to USMC F/A-18B 162402, nose number 400. Formally of VFA-125 ‘Rough Raiders’, its now now part of VFA-122 'Flying Eagles’ and known affectionately as the Green Hornet.
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