Get around easier, spy out your enemy, and fly in style with the National Association of Islandasia Aeronautics' Observer!
About this creation
The legacy of the National Association of Islandasia Aeronautics' Observer has continued with a 2008 version; now, the Observer is not only an Observer, but also a Destroyer!
Originally a reconnaissance aircraft only, the original Observer had little self-defense, no protection, little speed, and complicated durability.
Unlike its counterpart, the 2008 Observer is an attack aircraft, obviously distinguishable by its aerodynamics which were specifically designed for its significant purpose as a “dasher”. It is shorter, smaller, and more versatile than ever.
Twin deadweight canons and two rapid-fire machine guns are just a few of the new touches.
The 2008 Observer is smaller than the original. Two rockets for life-off boost enable the aircraft to far exceed its predecesoor in terms of speed.
The turbine engines and rockets lift it into the air vertically. Once airborne with a 10 foot altitude, the rockets quit and the turbine engines rotate to pull the Observer into the air so it can fly horizontally. Visit the latest Observer to learn more.