McDonnell Douglas T-45 "Goshawk"
by NorthAmericanAviation
uploaded 2017-04-20
(updated 2017-04-20)
stock aircraft
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Modern Navy Trainer


  • Type: SPH
  • Class: aircraft
  • Part Count: 59
  • Pure Stock


McDonnell Douglas' T-45, a highly modified BAE Hawk, entered service in the early nineties to replace the aging T-2 Buckeye which no longer represented the flight characteristics of modern U.S. Navy fighters. Originally, the BAE Hawk had not been designed for use onboard a carrier, stalling at carrier approach speeds. McDonnell Douglas' design alterations included addressing this.
A stock aircraft called McDonnell Douglas T-45 Goshawk. Built with 59 of the finest parts, its root part is airplaneTail.

The assembly of a T-45 has two major steps: The aft fuselage, vertical stabilizer, and intake ducts are made in England, while the rest is manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. In 2007, the T-45 was further modernized by receiving an HUD avionics display and more modern instruments. The USMC also uses T-45’s. This model handles with great stability and decent maneuverability—it is toned down since it’s a trainer. it also has good range and is easy to land/take off. 1 toggles Afterburner.
Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.

Here you will find everything that trails black smoke, jettisons fuel, and runs on liquid oxygen and ammonia. Oh, 20th Century aviation development, where art thou?

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