AIRCRAFT INTRODUCTION:

THE MF-XRB-1A GRAVITON represents the best in MoTIS engineering and design. This Neo concept aircraft has been designed to be a premier navy light weight strike fighter with major support roles and great fighter dynamics. The GRAVITON was created by lead designer O Watson on May 21st 1999 and was filed away in a top secret blue folder until march 17th 2001. The aircraft was originally constructed with FSDSV1 and placed in the standard partial construction mode until further processing. MoTIS was contracted to build the Mordok - a light weight aircraft using the latest in hover jet technology , but this project was recently scraped due to a changed need by our previous contractor. As a result of this recall the GRAVITON found a slot in the production area once again!

Our goal was to alter the original design to fit the need of a high performance training aircraft , thereby making this craft an ideal candidate for multi-rolled uses. This opportunity came when we were approached by numerous groups needing just such an aircraft.

 Versions of the Graviton comes in 10 variants and they are all designed in there complete service designs.

( i.e. the trainer and military version are separate and not  changeable)

Only four versions will be release at first as the other 6 versions are specialty aircraft.

The Military trainer is V-5 -----The NASA /VUSSP version is V7A

The Navy LWF is VN16 and the Navy support version is VN 18

The trainer version is designed to replace the NASA version of the Talon and the military version is designed to be a support aircraft for the navy strike fighter-F 18 super Hornet. (Virtually that is..)

This aircraft is scheduled to be delivered to the VUSSP and several other VA operations over the coming months and year. We expect this aircraft to be in operation over the next 12 years as a great concept aircraft in service.

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