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The Crimson Hawk
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This is the personalized VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) jet. It is highly maneuverable and is capable of sub sonic speeds. It uses high ballistic smart bomb Z-17 missiles, capable of tracking a target, hovering, and remote control. And two small miniguns mounted on top of the engines.
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This is the new C-10 prototype jet designed for close air support and anti air fighting, this design was thought over many times and rebuilt from about four times until i thought it was perfect.

The actual ship is arguably one of the best results of the second cold war between the United States of America and Russia, and still its in development under the United Countries of America's top military scientists.

As you can see I tried to make it as thin as lego humanly possible, so thats about as small as I could go.

Here are the Sub-Sonic engines, which use oxygen as fuel and emit carbon dioxide, exactly like a human does, so it can run across the entire planet until the engines break down (Usually they last about Thirty-Five to Forty years).

Here is Stallard (Left) and Breight (Right) climbing out of the "Hawk", Stallard can Pilot most all craft and Breight is a support Gunner.

Breight and Stallard, the reason Stallard has a tan skin color is because he is in his armor allot and so he doesn't get very much sunlight.

This is the cockpit of the Pilot, which is just a nav computer and some flight controls.

Here we have the Gunners cockpit side which actually if the Pilot somehow dies the Gunner can fly the Jet, but this takes allot of training as you are flying backwards and its extremely hard to navigate, even though if he does fly like this the controls are inverted so if he wants to turn right he turns it right and it goes right not left., he also controls the missiles here.

A view of the cockpits from front to back.

The missiles, and the holders, next to the are a part of the engines.

A comparison of the HBSB Z-17 missiles to Stallard

These are the VTOL (Vertical Take Off and Landing) jet engines at work, this crafy can hover, and take off this way.

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