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The FutureTech Aeronautics Design Bureau insists that it can learn from fictitious aircraft, and as such have studied aircraft from video games, which use them frequently. It started with the Command and Conquer series, the first aircraft designed by the Bureau was a mere modification of an experimental aircraft for which very little information was available. The modular flying wing, based on the Ironside Experimental Troop Transport, was never put into production due to keen minds in the government review board, who deemed this design unsuitable, most sensibly, as the Bureau itself was a nascent creation.
The modular flying wins is propelled by four massive jet engines, two above the fuselage, and one mounted on each wing. Advances in material design have allowed the wings to remain structural stable on the ground, and when the engines are working at full power. The wings have multiple hardpoints along them, where bays attached to carry fuel, troops or EMP bombs. The vehicle cannot defend itself and must be escorted to its destination and back to the airfield. The fuselage itself is modular, with the posterior side being capable of carrying out the same functions as the bays on the wings.

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