MoTIS THUNDER ROD CONCEPT ART/SCREEN SHOTS!
Monday, 04. September 2006
New updates coming soon!
The MoTIS THUNDER ROD is a truly great neo concept fighter/Interceptor of the future. This aircraft has been designed in association with the VIPER WORKS design facility at our X-ROW branch division. This aircraft is the joint design project between O Watson and Jen Guess and is one of the finest neo concept fighter aircraft to come out of the MoTIS production factory. O Watson created and designed the THUNDER ROD on may 15th 2002 and this aircraft is one our later designs as most if not all of our aircraft were designed as early as 1995. The THUNDER ROD was a top secret aircraft designed and flown in the last virtual conflict in IRAQ. (ie. Virtual simulated real world deployment missions using FS 2002/2004 and CFS2). This aircraft is one of the many great airframe designs out of the VIPER WORKS design facility.
What is it that makes a great fighter aircraft any way? Is it the style of the aircraft, the handling capacity, the reputation that it achieves in times of war, or is it more simple then that even? Well when building a great next generation fighter aircraft the number one thing to consider is its ability to survive in an attack or offensive stance because if you cant achieve that goal then no matter how good it looks or handles in non military theaters it will get you killed if it cant corner or take a pounding when the enemy is on your six! Good visibility in an air dominance fighter of the future is also needed as no radar system in the world is a substitute for a good set of peepers when the enemy is closing in on you fast! Well the capacity to carry ordinance is also critical to executing a successful mission and the THUNDER ROD is a ordinance carrying monster.
ORDNANCE CARRYING CHART COMING SOON
THE DAY THE SKY TURNED RED COMING SOON!!!
One of the greatest military stories ever told by MoTIS VJD!
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NOVEMBER 2003 AIRCRAFT INTELLIGENCE PHOTOS ON THE THUNDER ROD
The MoTIS Thunder Rod was designed in 2002 and left the ground in late 2002 for the first time (actual flight data and times to be released soon). The Thunder Rod is a premier fighter/Interceptor aircraft with a large ground attack arena to fill also. This aircraft is designed for ultimate air dominance in the heavy twin engine fighter-class market. The recon in first flight photos above don't do justice to this aerial monster, this aircraft is capable of speeds in excess of mach 2.2 with an operational ceiling is greater than 71,000ft MSL and has a great combat radius to say the least. The handling capabilities are much like flying the F14 and the Tornado fighter but the corning capability of this aircraft far exceeds them both. The military aircraft of the future must fill three important classes in order to be considered successful, and these classes are: multi-role uses, survivability and cost effectiveness. At a cool $44 million dollars (virtual of course) this aircraft is truly worth its weight in gold.
Note: Landing gear on final THUNDER ROD has been altered from photo above as these are old test photos.
THUNDER ROD Specifications:
Prototype model AC#110-22345-7769-0193
Length: in --- Wingspan: ft ---Height: ft ---Empty Wt: 1lbs---Wing areasq ft ---Wing Loading: lbs/sq ft ---Engine: NA ---Max Thrust: NA --- V Max hi:--- Ceiling: ---Climb Rate: fpm ---Range: NA
Full Specs Coming soon...
FS 2002/2004/CFS 2 TESTED
THUNDER ROD VIRTUAL WAR HISTORY
Full model AC#110-22345-7769-0193
Most flight simulation groups follow the events of the real world to create the atmosphere that surrounds there virtual flying goals and the MoTIS MF 715 THUNDER ROD. This aircraft has been actively involved in the war effort in IRAQ (Virtually that is). The THUNDER ROD has been designed in three standard variants and the air to ground unit is the first MoTIS aircraft design to be engaged in an actual virtually conducted / real world conflict.
The IRAQ MISSION FILES TO OPEN SOON!!
Full model AC#110-22345-7769-0192
The THUNDER ROD will be used in the theater of war as a NATO aircraft and will also have a great role in ancillary military functions. This aircraft is designed to fill an emerging role in the fighter/ interceptor market and is to be used for American and Russian aircraft usage. The THUNDER ROD is designed to fill the role of the PANAVIA TORNADO and fill some of the roles of the F14 TOMCAT. While a down sizing military may be in favor of as JSF type aircraft there will always be a need for an air dominance type aircraft that has long range tracking and endurance capability. The THUNDER ROD is a two seat aircraft providing a great work environment for a pilot and a copilot/RIO. This aircraft uses a dual pilot crew as there are some special functions that make it necessary for the pilot and copilot/RIO to share flying duties. This aircraft is tailor made for the current uses of the air forces of many nations but as MoTIS is 100% all American in our mission and residency we have to always stay true to our American roots as the THUNDER ROD IS 100% ALL AMERICAN PRODUCT!
This aircraft is truly a neo concept next generation design and will be featured in numerous liveries and military textures but the initial prototypes are designed for American and Russia.
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