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  1. With some inspiration from a friend from gmod (his name is customer service [yes i'm being serious]) I present the A-666 Corvus, a slow close air support attacker/bomber. Sporting two F119 afterburning turbofan engines, a large double delta wing design, two inverted V tails and probably nowhere near enough control surfaces, the A-666 can move at leisurely speeds and attack pretty much whatever its pilot feels like. The A-666 also features two redundant drone control systems, in case one or both of the pilots is incapacitated, but chances are if the cockpit exploded then so did the drone cores. .craft file here - Dropbox Once again, my list of mods has grown very extensive, so here's the file with all of them in it. Final note: turn off SAS for maneuvers. It'll make your life easier. - Wrench