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The F-137 Skyblade is my first fighter jet using the Crossguard-Blade wing shape concept I designed when I was drawing concept aircraft profiles.
I came across a particular drawing the other day from a couple years ago with this wing concept, and decided to try my luck with it in KSP 1.2.2. The result is a Mach 2.56 twin engine super-maneuverable aircraft using BDArmory. 
Performance and Aircraft stats are the aircraft's actual in-game performance capabilities. 

Aircraft Description

The F-137 SkyBlade is a supermaneuverable twin-engine fighter designed to be an all-weather medium range interceptor. It’s distinctive cross-guard blade/ wing shape makes it a unique and agile aircraft.

Designation: F-137 ‘SkyBlade’
Manufacturer: Lockheed-Kerbman
Top Speed (At Cruising Altitude): Mach 2.56 (880 m/s)
Cruising Altitude: 7000m
Powerplant: MK22-V Afterburning Turbofan
Minimum Crew: 1
Maximum Crew: 2
Takeoff Speed: 60+ m/s
External Weapons:
-6x Variable Length Missiles
-1x Hidden Vulcan Rotary Cannon
Internal Weapons: 
-3x FAB-100 unguided bomb (100kg)

Dimensions are as follows:
Wingspan: 14.5 meters
Height (Ground): 13.9 meters
Length: 15.7 meters

Creator: Moonsparkejo
Date: 7/21/2017

Built in the SPH in KSP version 1.2.2.


  • Airplane Plus
  • AoA Technologies - Aviation Parts
  • AoA Technologies
  • B9 Procedural Wings Modified
  • BDArmory
  • Mk2 Stockalike Expansion
  • NKD - North Kerbin Dynamics for BDArmory
  • Squad (stock)
  • TweakScale - Rescale Everything!
  • damichelsfuselage
  • Kerbal Joint Reinforcement


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