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FS2004 F-136 Orbital Interceptor

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This is the FS2004 F-136B Orbital Defense Interceptor concept jet fighter, capable of Hyper Mach speeds and space flight capabilities, circa 2014. This concept is based on hybrid engines that convert to rocket propulsion via a closing 'iris' system that creates a rocket engine 'bell'. This model features functioning spoilerons, vectored thrust elevator structures, opening hatch, opening ordinance bombays, retracting slow flight wings, custom panel, VC illuminated instrumentation, appearing wheel chalks and ladder, extending Hyper Mach propulsion fuel nozzles, 'Viewpoint Smart Mirroring Invisibility' camouflage system, Mach 4.57 speeds, a second optional airfile that is 'less powerful', and comprehensive manual for flight instruction of this elaborate concept bird. Features Kirk Olsons sound pack. Modeled in Gmax. By William Ortis, Lionheart Creations.

F-136 Orbital Interceptor

F-136 Orbital Interceptor cockpit


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INTRODUCTION.txt11.06.04892 B
Scrshot393.jpg11.05.04193.24 kB
Scrshot338.jpg11.02.04119.96 kB
F-136B INSTALL.exe11.06.0410.31 MB
README_SHORT_MANUAL.txt11.06.046.15 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B

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Rames jigbootySun, 07 Jun 2015 15:56:49 GMT

How is this work? I'd like to have instruction.

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