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Well this is my First try with the PWings, so please be gentle on me :P im sure ill get better when i work with it some more, NOTE. you will NEED VESSEL MOVER MOD to get it out to sea…or you can put some landing gear on it yourself and drive it out yourself. Once you get it out to sea put it down very gently on the water…hit SAS, Space and 100% throtle…you dont need to touch the controls…just let it get up to about 120m/s and it will lift itself out of the water.
Without further chatter im present to you Hughes H-4 Hercules
Spruce Goose…is a prototype strategic airlift flying boat designed and built by the Hughes Aircraft Company. Intended as a transatlantic flight transport for use during World War II, it was not completed in time to be used in the war. The aircraft made only one brief flight on November 2, 1947, and the project never advanced beyond the single example produced. Built from wood because of wartime restrictions on the use of aluminium and concerns about weight, it was nicknamed by critics the
Spruce Goose, although it was made almost entirely of birch. The Hercules is the largest flying boat ever built and has the largest wingspan of any aircraft in history. It remains in good condition and is on display at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon, United States.
I hope you all enjoy this , please leave a comment , let me know what you think or want me to change anything. HAVE FUN!!!!
A mod aircraft called Hughes H-4 Hercules
Spruce Goose. Built with 117 of the finest parts, its root part is SXTOsualRadCockpit.
Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.
- Type: SPH
- Class: aircraft
- Part Count: 117
- Mods: 7
- B9 Procedural Wings Modified
- KW Rocketry
- Kerbal Aircraft Expansion
- Squad (stock)
- Stock Extension
- TweakScale - Rescale Everything!
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