A10-C Thunderbolt

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The A-10C Thunderbolt II is the first Air Force aircraft specially designed for close air support of ground forces. They are simple, effective and survivable twin-engine jet aircraft that can be used against light maritime attack aircraft and all ground targets, including tanks and other armored vehicles.

Features:

  • High Quality 3D Model;

  • High Quality 4K PBR Textures;

  • Custom High Quality Sounds;

  • Fully animated pilot;

  • Fully animated engines;

  • Fully animated control surfaces;

  • Animated and working refueling Probe;

  • Canopy opens & closes and also has a canopy jettison feature;

  • Covers when in cold/dark mode;

  • Acrobatic fumes;

  • Vapor trails and g-vapors;

  • Customizable Pilot name;

  • Multiplayer Smokes and WingTip Vortex;

  • Interior cabin fully animated that was been designed above all for a VR use that makes the flight experience amazing;

  • The aircraft is supplied with 14 magnificent liveries and other will be provided with next updates;

  • Visual Patch and Paintkit available on FlightSim.to

  • For any issue or advice, do not hesitate to contact us.

  • NOTE- This model has been independently developed using open source information and no direct assistance has been obtained from the OEM in its creation. This model is an engineered impression of the aircraft and should be considered as a hybrid of different variants, particularly as regards cockpit controls, displays and moding and switching. Since this model is a flight simulation only it is not representative of the full operational capabilities of the real aircraft.

The A-10C Thunderbolt II is a single-seat, low-wing, twin-engine military aircraft. Named after the venerable P-47 Thunderbolt of the Second World War, the jet performs a range of air-to-surface attack missions that includes close air support (CAS), strike coordination and reconnaissance (SCAR), and combat search and rescue (CSAR), among a host of others.

Popularly known as the “Warthog” or the “Hog,” and affectionately dubbed the “Hawg” by its pilots and ground crew, the A-10C is flown by the United States Air Force and Air National Guard. An upgraded version of the original Thunderbolt II, which first flew on May 10, 1972, the A-10C boasts advanced avionics, communications, and targeting systems.

Combat proven in Afghanistan and Iraq, the aircraft can operate out of unimproved, austere airfields and is extremely survivable, with titanium armor around key areas of the airframe and redundancy of critical systems. The A-10 was engineered around a powerful 30mm high-speed rotary cannon, and has eleven hardpoints to carry bombs, rockets, missiles, and external fuel tanks and other equipment.

The A-10C features a glass cockpit with three color multi-function displays, an unswept main wing with a span of 57 feet, 6 inches, an empennage with twin vertical stabilizers, and retractable tricycle landing gear. It is powered by two turbofan engines that produce up to 9,000 pounds of thrust each and are mounted high on the rear aspect of the aircraft’s fuselage. The Thunderbolt II has a range of 800 miles, a top speed of 420 miles per hour, and a service ceiling of 45,000 feet.

Specifications


CRUISE SPEEDMach 0.56
MAX ALTITUDE45000ft
RANGE800 Nm
EMPTY WEIGHT29000 Lbs
MAX WEIGHT51000 Lbs
FUEL CAPACITY11000 Lbs
LENGTH53
WINGSPAN60

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