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Black Ops Report 09: Hollow Thunder
Vector Thrust

Black Ops Report 09: Hollow Thunder

May 11, 2015 Vector Thrust News 13 comments

A report on Vector Thrust's preliminary campaign; the revamp of the Alpha campaign build.

Report 052: F-14
Vector Thrust

Report 052: F-14

Sep 11, 2014 Vector Thrust News 17 comments

A delayed report that this time came a lot later than the featured aircraft.

Report 051: Pre-flight Checks
Vector Thrust

Report 051: Pre-flight Checks

Aug 19, 2014 Vector Thrust News 29 comments

Maybe too slow, but step by step VT moving towards the definitive early access release

Report 050: Aircraft development
Vector Thrust

Report 050: Aircraft development

Jul 18, 2014 Vector Thrust News 39 comments

An overview of all the steps required to make an aircraft, from the first line in the drawing boards to the first kill. (in game)

Engine fault grounds entire F-35 fleet in latest blow to Britain's stealth fight

Engine fault grounds entire F-35 fleet in latest blow to Britain's stealth fight

Jun 17, 2014 News 19 comments

The Pentagon ordered all its F-35 joint strike fighters to be grounded after an engine fault triggered “an in-flight emergency” on one aircraft being...

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The_Chemical_Brother Jun 20 2010, 3:26pm says:

One questoin.
What is the name of the f35? JSF-join strike fighter or lightning II

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RogerRamjet Jun 23 2010, 2:18am replied:

It is called the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) and is being developed by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company for the US Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps and the UK Royal Navy.

The stealthy, supersonic multirole fighter was designated the F-35 Lightning II in July 2006. The JSF is being built in three variants: a conventional take-off and landing aircraft (CTOL) for the US Air Force; a carrier variant (CV) for the US Navy; and a short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL) aircraft for the US Marine Corps and the Royal Navy. A 70%-90% commonality is required for all variants.

The requirement is for: USAF F-35A air-to-ground strike aircraft, replacing F-16 and A-10, complementing F-22 (1763); USMC F-35B – STOVL strike fighter to replace F/A-18B/C and AV-8B (480); UK RN F-35C – STOVL strike fighter to replace Sea Harriers (60); US Navy F-35C – first-day-of-war strike fighter to replace F/A-18B/C and A-6, complementing the F/A-18E/F (480 aircraft).

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The_Chemical_Brother Jun 23 2010, 4:23am replied:


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‡vlado32‡ Jun 19 2010, 4:23am says:

what the megaupdate !!:D

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ytres Jun 20 2010, 3:03am replied:

I just added like 20+ images yesterday and day before.

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Cozmin95 Jun 20 2010, 9:11am replied:

In Soviet Russia images upload YOU!

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ytres Jun 18 2010, 9:06pm says:

I've spend so much time uploading to this group =)

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ComeradeStalin Jun 19 2010, 8:48am replied:

Yep, epic update comrade.

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MT. Jun 4 2010, 8:26pm says:

I joined this group because it has... 100s of images
and the majority are epic win

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GriffinZ Jun 6 2010, 4:26pm replied:

espacially the ones with White Phosphorous FlaK

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☦BalkanB☢y☦ Jun 7 2010, 5:22am replied:

Yeah <3 <3

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