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  1. EDIT: I redesigned this to look much better and with a slightly improved control scheme. Pictures updated. Did you ever sigh wistfully as you admire the aerobatic antics of pilots piloting their magnificent machines through barrel rolls, hammerhead stalls, and the Immelmann turn, and finish off with a perfect vertical landing on a helipad at the top of a high building? You need the Brikoleur Aerospace Kombine (BAK) Karmilla. The Karmilla is the ultimate teach-yourself-to-fly (and hover) machine. It makes any kind of take-off or landing easy – horizontal, vertical, or just jet-assisted short – and is so easy to fly that it gives even a novice pilot the kind of confidence that will end in a smoking hole in the ground. Just remember: the hover jet bays have to be OPEN before using the hover jets! NOTE: Brikoleur Aerospace Kombine does not endorse the kind of hotdogging depicted in the publicity shots. Controls: Gear - Toggle gear and hover jet bays 1 - Toggle forward jet 2 - Toggle hover jets 3 - Toggle thrust reverser 6 - Toggle hover jet bays 8 - Control forward 9 - Control up The BAK Karmilla is inspired by the beautiful de Havilland Vampire, with which it bears a passing resemblance. Craft here: https://kerbalx.com/Brikoleur/Karmilla
  2. I was developing a trainer jet... Perhaps, this thing appears to be more agile than anything else I have ever seen in KSP... It is easy to modify, have low parts count, and can be used as enemy crafts for hardcore BDArmoury AI shenanigans... Download: https://kerbalx.com/luizopiloto/XF-10a-Wakizashi
  3. The Aerrier VTOL series brings you a (relatively) stable HoverJet training platform! A must-have for all aspiring lander pilots and powered-lift enthusiasts alike! Here you can fly the entire series, from the Vernier-controlled early models to the latest M4 gyro-stabilized designs! Once you get used to the deadly slow response unique handling characteristics of the turbine power controls, these vehicles become enjoyable death traps flying adventures that will hone your crew's VTOL skills to their sharpest at the comforts of your local space agency! Manufacturer warranty for over 40% engine reliability!! (non-applicable to M3 models and earlier) Get it here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/1374365/Aerrier/Aerrier%20VectorJets.zip only uses stock parts!