This is the NCA Talon fighter drone. It is a multirole drone that makes up a sizable portion of the NCA’s basic air force.
It can fly at up to mach 2.5
It is quite maneuverable and has a ceiling of 55,000 ft
It can fly for up to 7 hours without refueling
About this creation
This is the Talon UAV. It comes in three main variants seen here.
This is the spy plane version. You can see the camera ball below the nose. This is also a good view of the forward wing profile.
This is the underside. This is the fighter loadout. It has two small unguided rockets, two medium unguided rockets, and four sidewinder air-to-air missiles. It also has a nose mounted gatling gun, .50 cal
This drone has an anti-ground loadout. It has two dual-warhead unguided bombs, 1000 ibs total explosive, two guided dual-warhead bombs, 1000 ibs total explosive, and 4 heavy rattlesnake tank killer missiles. It also boasts a 20mm autocannon under the nose.
**Dual-warhead 1000ib bombs:
These bombs have two separate 500ib warheads. The first one by the front end is a 400ib armor piercing shape charge. The second one, in the rear, is a 600ib high explosive fragmentation charge that sprays shrapnel for anti-infantry effects.
Quoting Matthew McCall
Very nice job on this drone, judging by the shape of the wings it should be quite manueverable.
Thats exactly what I wanted to hear. From what I know about forward wings, they pierce the sonic buffer you hit when approaching supersonic speeds. They give greater stability at and around mach 1 and also provide good turing and low stall speeds.