Friday, May 2, 2014

Fictional variations and real-life counterparts

The aircraft in this game are upgraded models of aircraft from the 20th century as there was no major conflict in USEA to justify the development of a new generation of airplanes. All active aircraft are refurbished and renovated with the COFFIN system and other improvements due to technological advancement.

Model number, Nickname: the real machine

General Resource Ltd.

F-15S/MT Eagle plus : F-15S/MTD
F-16XF Gyrfalcon : AFTI/F-16 CCV
F-16XA Saker Falcon : F-16XL
F/A-18I Hornet ADV: F/A-18E
A/F-117X NAV Hawk : F-117
F-22C Raptor II: F-22
RF-12A2 Blackbird : YF-12A
B-1C Lancer II: B-1
C-17B Globemaster IV: C-17
KC-777: Boeing 777
V-22B Osprey II: V-22
AH-66B Comanche II: RAH-66 [


EF2000E Typhoon II: Eurofighter Typhoon
MiG-33 Fulcrum SS: MiG-29 [
Su-37 Super Flanker : Su-37
Su-43 Berkut : Su-47

UPEO aircraft received from General Resource Ltd.[^3]

F-16XFU: F-16XF Gyrfalcon
F/A-18U: F/A-18I Hornet ADV
EK-17U: Refueling type of C-17B Globemaster IV

^1 "RAH-66B " in the books, referred to as "AH-66B " in the game.
The designation MiG-33 has been associated with two different Mikoyan fighter designs.
 ^3 They are modeled after real machines, Neucom's airplanes don't have real counterparts so they're omitted here.

(taken from the japanese Wikipedia page for AC3, translated and edited by me)