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This is my creation of an F-302 fighter from the Stargate series. If you'll notice, in one of the pics, there is a lil blue piece on the back that is the hyperdrive engine. Also, it seats only one so I guess you can call it an F-302B.
About this creation

The F-302 Fighter is the production model of the X-302 Experimental Fighter prototype resembling the X-301, but was built entirely from Earth-constructed components, using reverse-engineered knowledge of alien technology. The F-302 is the first production series craft using reverse-engineered knowledge of alien technology.

The X-302 are first seen in "Redemption". They have four sets of engines: two traditional jet engines, two aerospike engines, one rocket motor, and a naqahdriah-based hyperspace window generator. Its conventional engines are assisted by an inertial dampening system that allows the craft to achieve orbit.

The X-302 was considered a success and went into production as the F-302. The F-302 is an unshielded, two-seat multi-role craft. It possesses three different sets of sublight engines. In "Fallen", the 302's hyperdrive engine does not work as intended, due to instability caused by the naqahdria. The hyperdrive is only capable of short range tactical jumps. Production models are known to still be equipped with hyperdrives. Furthermore, its inertial dampener is only ninety percent effective when pulling negative G's. The F-302's have a magnetic clamping landing gear system which allows them to clamp onto the hulls of ships.

Since Earth's efforts to create a directed energy weapon have so far proven unsuccessful, the F-302 was originally armed solely with a payload of modified air-to-air missiles. These modified AIM-120 AMRAAMs have a warhead enhanced with naqahdah and a shield modulator, which in theory allows the missile to bypass shields. The shield modulator proved ineffective against the Ori shields on the satellite weapon in the episode "Ethon". F-302s are also apparently armed with a pair of projectile cannons (though of an unspecified caliber and type), seen in the Stargate Atlantis season two episode "The Intruder".

The F-302's first combat mission took place in the Stargate SG-1 episode "Fallen", when it was flown by Colonel O'Neill and Major Carter in a strike against Anubis mothership. In the episode "Lost City", several squadrons of F-302s commanded by Lt. Col. Cameron Mitchell escorted the Prometheus to Antarctica, where they defended the cargo ship piloted by SG-1 against an attack wave of Al'kesh and Death Gliders.

The F-302s are shown to have bases on Earth, Atlantis, the Alpha Site, and the Gamma Site (until "The Scourge"). Other bases are shown to be on the Prometheus (until "Ethon"), the Korelev (until "Flesh and Blood"), the Daedalus, the Odyssey, the Apollo. The Earth ships can hold eight F-302s each.

The F-302s have had various call signs, including 'Airstrike', 'Flight', 'Blue leader', 'Delta 1-4', and 'Dagger 1-2'. The 1st SFW "Snakeskinners" is a wing of F-302s in the Milky Way, the 1st TFW "Wraithwaxers" is a wing which operates the Daedalus and her F-302s, and the 2nd Tactical Wing operates the Apollo and her F-302s. The X-302s had the callsigns 'Abydos One' and 'Starflight'.

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