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A preview of some of the stealth aircrafts that will be added in the next update:

Posted by timeSymmetry on Jun 13th, 2013

The next update will be finished soon; it will add the finished and fully working mission editor. But this update will include more aircrafts as well, to celebrate the game reaching one hundred playable aircrafts most of the following aircrafts will be unusual and obscure planes.

So in the next updates, just for fun, it will be added previews to see if anyone is able to identify these aircrafts.

Can someone guess their names?

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SpootKnight
SpootKnight Jun 13 2013, 7:03am says:

The first one would be the Tacit Blue. The second, I know I've seen before but the name eludes me at the moment; totally lost on third.

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Nergal01
Nergal01 Jun 13 2013, 8:15am replied:

I thought the third was HiMAT since it was refering to Synthetic vision system it used, but the design was clearly different.

I'm confused.

Also, TS, *try* not to forget putting the promised planes too will ya (F-16XL unit 1 & 2, some non-VTOL F-104 variants)

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bigfutus
bigfutus Jun 13 2013, 12:15pm replied:

The second one would be XST.

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Nuttah
Nuttah Jun 13 2013, 7:09am says:

Second one looks like a modified 117 but I haven't found anything there.

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WaitDidIDoThat
WaitDidIDoThat Jun 13 2013, 1:42pm says:

A: Northrop Tacit Blue

B:Northrop XST

C:Yak-141/43 derived stealth airframe with synthetic vision

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timeSymmetry
timeSymmetry Jun 13 2013, 6:24pm replied:

For the C you are close, but it is not a Yak-141 derived. The hint for C in other words means that the aircraft is manned but it does not have a glass cockpit, the pilot and cockpit are buried inside the airframe to improve the stealth effectiveness.

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WaitDidIDoThat
WaitDidIDoThat Jun 13 2013, 1:51pm says:

confirmation on origin of C: yakovlev PAK FA competition prototype

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szboudreau01
szboudreau01 Jun 19 2013, 5:12pm replied:

Sorry, that's quite far off.

I understand Guest's comment wasn't avaible at the time, but the PAK-FA uses the classic Glass Cockpit we all know and love.

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TyXo
TyXo Jun 13 2013, 7:02pm says:

A stealth version of the Su-27KM ?
I'm running out of ideas. D:

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Guest
Guest Jun 13 2013, 9:37pm says:

I GOT IT: BAE p.125

WaitDidIDoThat BTW, on a different comp, forgot to log in

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Nergal01
Nergal01 Jun 13 2013, 9:50pm replied:

This really do matches its silhouette
Hitechweb.genezis.eu

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szboudreau01
szboudreau01 Jun 14 2013, 12:00am says:

The BAE P. 125 (totally didn't read Guest) seems pretty interesting.. no direct sight of the outside world, it just seems... familiar, even. (Perhaps it was also used on some strategic air-to-air interceptor with a lazah during that one war between the 2 most well-known nations on Strangereal, in another form?)

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Crawling_Chaos
Crawling_Chaos Jun 14 2013, 12:31am replied:

The COFFIN System.

Acecombat.wikia.com

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szboudreau01
szboudreau01 Jun 14 2013, 12:37am replied:

I was making a tiny bit of a 'riddle' myself :3

I know everything about COnnection For Flight INterface, and the 3 versions, but I won't get into the complexity you guys get into

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Kilel
Kilel Jun 18 2013, 5:07pm says:

For anyone wondering about COFFIN

Version 1.0: The earliest expression of the COFFIN system. Made possible by cameras mounted around the aircraft's cockpit and body, along with an array of screens, patterned in a 360-degree sphere within the cockpit. The pilot is also completely conscious and not connected to their aircraft. The cockpit's front panels, however, somewhat reduce the pilot's view.
Version 2.0: The second version of the COFFIN system. The pilot is connected to their aircraft through minor neural connections, allowing for a seamless 360-degree field of view.
Version 3.0: The final realization of the COFFIN system. The pilot is completely connected to their aircraft through ENSI technology and flies the aircraft subconsciously. A perfect 360 degree view is established and because of the ENSI, the pilot can fly their aircraft directly from their synapses. This greatly increases the capabilities of the aircraft it is installed in.

I believe that third craft is COFFIN I

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Nergal01
Nergal01 Jun 18 2013, 7:55pm replied: +1 vote     reply to comment
szboudreau01
szboudreau01 Jun 19 2013, 5:14pm replied:

OK, SynthVision could be useful, but I hope to all gods that it eventually reaches COFFIN-Quality, the COFFIN system is just far too amazing to not exist on Earth..

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OrangeFr3ak
OrangeFr3ak Jun 27 2013, 1:57pm says:

This is THE game for hipster aviation enthusiasts!

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szboudreau01
szboudreau01 Jun 27 2013, 3:53pm replied:

This.

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Nergal01
Nergal01 Jun 27 2013, 10:34pm replied:

inb4 people still bashing because none of these so-called 'arcade *****' are allowed to exist on PC all over again.

sigh.

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