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A stock aircraft called J-76 Gōngjí Xi. Built with 283 of the finest parts, its root part is probeCoreOcto2.v2.
Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.7.3.
The J-76 was the main Chinese joint attacker, totaling about 2400 confirmed ground and air kills during it’s lifetime. The J-76 was first designed in 2068 by the Fijiami Air Weapons Company K, but was put away due to lack of needed materials. The design was brought out again in 2090 to combat the wide deployment of the the more superior fighters and attackers of the other nations. The J-76 was used extensively during the Second Korean War as an ground superiority attacker and radar jammer, most notably during the siege of Hong Kong and the Battle over Pyongyang. During the Battle over Pyongyang, the ace Jao Ghenji earned himself a name by shooting down 2 enemy fighters and 6 enemy bombers. The ace also destroyed 37 ground targets, the most of any Chinese pilot flying the J-76. Jao Ghenji was later shot down behind enemy lines and was immediately captured and held for ransom. The J-76 ended it’s deployment in 2106, one year after the Second Korean War ended. The J-76 was later sold to other countries as China was required to sell their Air Force, and they also needed money. The airplane was dispersed around the world, filling roles as trainers and targets. The J-76 was all but forgotten by 2114 when the asteroid hit the coast of the Netherlands. The J-76 was then brought out and refurbished as a plane used to destroy large plots of debris and discourage looters of the floating wreckage.
The J-76 was the top of China’s attacker class when it was first manufactured, topping out at well over 550 m/s. The J-76 features 4 medium wing hardpoints and a rear large hardpoint, as well as an internal weapons bay on the top. The J-76B notably had a railgun mounted inside the bay. The J-76 had a 2-seat variant and a 3 seat variant. The 3 seat variant, otherwise known as the J-76DX had radio jamming pods and bombs and would go in as the first aircraft in any large-scale ground conflict. The J-76 also had incredible speed, but lacked a bit in the durability area. A well placed light missile or tank shell could bring down the aircraft in a blaze of fire. The government also commissioned a variable geometry winged version of the J-76, but It was never flown due to lack of control and structure. Inside the J-76, there are 2 revolutionary air systems, the first being an auto-pull-up system to sense when the ground was too close and pull the aircraft level, the second is the FAC (Fuel and Air Conservation ) system. If a fuel level lower than 15% was detected, the aircraft would limit engine thrust and unnecessary systems until the attacker was safely landed or refueled. The fuel probe on the side of the aircraft could also detect a signal from an in-flight refueling plane and auto-guide the aircraft to the probe, limiting the time it took to refuel aircraft in flight. The aircraft also featured a very good glide capability when damaged.
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 283
- Pure Stock