Canada
CF-18D  
CF-18D with Cf18D 410 texture 
[early skin results]

CF-18D Canada F/A18-B: Australia, Spain 
1982 Canada 
CF18D [dual] is a B version 
FLIR on intake [Canadian only] 
no active radar weapons 
inner pylon no radar, MER ready 
ceiling = 50,000' 
G = +7.5, -4 high alpha 
mtow=49224 
v= 742 [1195] @ 0 / M=1.78 [ ? ] ? @36 
radar gunsights 
climb =17,000'/min 

bonus  
CF18D 410 Cougar Squad Texture  replaces FA18D [CF18D included in GT-RR series]


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CF18A shape & texture from Planes.lib 1.0 '99

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CF5A 1982 A2G Canada 
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replaces F5EV snow 
F5A used by Norway, Greece, South Korea, Netherlans, Philippines, Thailand, Turkey, Venezuela 
baseline f5e body F5eV snow - green / grey 
ceiling=51800 
no active radar  - hud radar = a7 
stall = 147 [235] with flaps, [~255] not 
v= 0.82 [997] @ 0 / 925 [1480 ] @36 
series 3 mods, include load factors increase, higher,  AOA lower .., envelope to reflect  non-fly by wire  
tips: if loaded take off at 150kts, no 'flop" landings come in "hot" 
Specification of Northrop F-5A:  
Two General Electric J85-GE-13 turbojets, rated at 2720 lb.s.t., 4080 lb.s.t. with afterburning.  Maximum speed: 925 mph (Mach 1.4) at 36,000 feet.  Maximum cruising speed without afterburning: 640 mph (Mach 0.97) at 36,000 feet.  Stalling speed 147 mph with flaps extended.  Initial climb rate 30,400 feet per minute.  Service ceiling: 50,500 feet.  Takeoff run: 2650 feet with two Sidewinder missiles.  ...  One 150 US gallon drop tank could be carried on the fuselage centerline pylon, two 150 US gallon droptanks could be carried underneath the underwing pylons, and a 50-gallon tank could be carried at each wingtip, bringing total fuel capacity to 1133 US gallons.  
Dimensions: wingspan 25 feet 3 inches, length 47 feet 2 inches, height 13 feet 2 inches, wing area 170 square feet.  
Weights: 8085 pounds empty, 11,477 pounds combat, 13,433 pounds gross,  
20,677 pounds maximum takeoff.  
Armed with two 20-mm cannon in the fuselage nose.  Two AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles could be carried at the wingtips.  Five pylons, one under the fuselage centerline and four under the wings that can carry up to 6200 pounds of ordinance or fuel tanks.  A 2000-pound bomb or a gun pack can be carried from the centerline pylon.  Underwing loads can include four air-to-air missiles, Bullpup air-to-surface missiles, bombs, up to 20 unguided rockets, bun packs, or external fuel tanks

CF-105 Avro Arrow Mk2

Canadian 1959 interceptor Mach 2 
including a 1959 cold war mission, follow this brief 
holds 2G at mach 1.5 
v= 1.12 @ 0 739 [1190] 
v= 2.1 @ 36  1390 [2220] 
w= 45,000 mtow= 70,00 
v stall= ~160kt 290k 
baseline mig31, body tu26 [please mind the variable wing]- real plane was delta wing, cockpit, bay & tail similiar to 26 
nose wheel speed limits and angle added 
bay racks 2x3 aim7.aim4 <-chosen or 2x4 aim4 
G -2, 6 
env match 0,1,2 / -1, 3,4 / -2 5,6 
thrust = 21 / 30 
fuel = 3297G = 21700lb  9/36 consumption 
damage 189 [more than mig31] 
ceiling ~ 68,000 
low wing loading + >0.85 thust : weight max climb = 88 
radar f104 no ECM no chaff flares 
proper wheel & air brakes


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CL-13 Sabre Mk6

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Canada 1956
users: Pakistan [64?], Iran [65?], Germany 57.
body mig 17 from FA
can carry a2a IR missles, bombs, rockets
APG 30 radar
1.1 mile tracking
gun 6 0.50 cal [weak]
safer to stall than mig 15 f86a
eng = 7275 lbsOrenda more responsive than J47
climb 5,600'/min
references IPMS vol 7 no 10 Random thoughts 1974, internet sources


F-104G

1976 Germany, Canada, Greece, Turkey, Italy, Taiwan 
- ground attack 1976 
ground attack version with loadouts [bullpup ready] 
poor look down radar, no active radar weapons 
wingtip rockets only 
center MER  ready 
- optional texture lib [tiger tail..] 
F104N baseline - EA Janes envelope mostly ok  for now




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