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EC-995 Caracal
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SveaRikeSoldier
SveaRikeSoldier Oct 10 2013, 1:04pm says:

Looks cool and all, but compared to other EU vehicles it looks very futuristic and the texture doesn't seem to match...

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 1:13pm replied:

The texture matches the other EU Aircraft. EU is our futuristic faction.

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Nuttah
Nuttah Oct 10 2013, 1:29pm replied:

You'd guess the plasma beams and weaponised magnetics would kind of give that one away, in hindsight.

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jfpoliveira12
jfpoliveira12 Oct 11 2013, 2:10am replied:

So, you went with the lower left design. I dont think its too futuristic, besides a few more exotic designs here and there could fit in all factions, just as long as most stuff is Real Life based.

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Orange_Tomato
Orange_Tomato Oct 12 2013, 10:34am replied:

I like the texture a lot actually, seems much more crispy than the others.

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spetsnaz_stalker
spetsnaz_stalker Oct 10 2013, 1:15pm says:

How funny!Caracal is the name of a little town from my country:)) Coincidence?

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 1:16pm replied:

Yep. It's named after a species of Feline.

En.wikipedia.org

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Heartbroken
Heartbroken Oct 10 2013, 2:30pm says:

It looks awesome but be aware that a "Caracal" transport helicopter already exists, it is a Germano-French built helicopter.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 2:35pm replied:

It's a modified Puma. Doesn't count.

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Heartbroken
Heartbroken Oct 10 2013, 3:02pm replied:

Not at all, the Caracal is an original helicopter. While it retains the basic design of the Puma it definitely isn't the same aircraft.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 3:09pm replied:

It's built on the Puma. So it's a modified Puma.

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Heartbroken
Heartbroken Oct 10 2013, 4:21pm replied:

It is not the same aircraft, while the initial form is the same it isn't a modification of the Puma, it's modified version being the Super Puma.
I've been in both choppers and I can assure you that they are different.
But anyway you seem to be the kind of guy that thinks that he necessarily hold the truth so I'm not gonna argue anymore with you.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 5:10pm replied:

I never said it was the same aircraft.

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 10 2013, 5:17pm replied:

I said it's based on the Puma. Or Super Puma, ammounts to the same thing in the end. The Caracal is also named Super Cougar, btw.

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Evil_Yoghurt
Evil_Yoghurt Oct 10 2013, 7:20pm says:

another EU aircraft with RAF roundels

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 11 2013, 10:58am replied:

The UK is part of the EU.

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AmDDRed
AmDDRed Oct 11 2013, 4:10am says:

What's the advantages of this "ion" engine over old propeller one?
Is it cheaper?
Is it easier to maintain?
Is it easier more bulletproof?
Is it easier to pilot aircraft?
Are these advantages enough "heavy" to reorient facilities to more technically complicated production? Are there any other units using same tech, as modern military craft should be based on unification, as it makes production cheaper and repair works easier?

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Nuttah
Nuttah Oct 11 2013, 4:39am replied:

I'm guessing the benefits would mainly be in the noise, moving parts and overall fuel efficiency categories. Maybe also power but I'm not all that sure about that since I didn't even know atmospheric ion propulsion was possible until starting to write this post.
Found this: En.wikipedia.org An applied version, maybe?

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Sarge_Rho Author
Sarge_Rho Oct 11 2013, 10:40am replied:

1: No.
2: Yes
3: Yes.
4: Yup.

Also it's way more cool than rotors. That alone makes it superior.

Nuttah: Yes, that's where the idea comes from. It's basically a high powered version of that.

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Nuttah
Nuttah Oct 11 2013, 6:02pm replied:

Goodie!
And you made me learn of something new! That's always a plus.

I thought you were going to have some sort of ducted fan and you weren't modelling the blades at first. Don't really mind being wrong this time.

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An EU Transport/Gunship. It uses an advanced type of atmospheric ion engine instead of rotors for flight. Armed with 6 Brimstone missiles, 4 Hydra rocket pods, and twin 25mm autocannons. As all EU Aircraft, has all-angle LIDAR scanners, AESA radar, and also an Infrared night vision camera combined with a LIDAR scanner.

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