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E-3 Sentry "AWACS"
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The E-3 Airbone Early Warning Control Sistem "AWACS" Is an U.S. cold war project used by the OTAN for Airbone Command. It is a modificated Boeing civilian plane 707, with the main diference with the civilian ones are the lack of windows and the big Doppler radar cluster on itīs top. Itīs interior is packed with a lot of scanners, multi function computers, communications array and wires. A LOT of wires. As itīs a giant plane that can be used for long mission, there are beds on it. It was supposed too give support for the OTAN forces in the possible war against Soviet Union, But as this war never broke out, they were used in other battlefields, such as in operation "Desert Storm", When it gave suport for the F-15 against the Migs.

My Moc has an detailed interior with most of the LEGO computer pieces of my collection!

The big radar was made using mars mission E.T. Fighter wing pieces

An Airborne Early Warning (AEW) system is a radar system carried by an aircraft which is designed to detect other aircraft. Used at a high altitude, the radars allow the operators to distinguish between friendly and hostile aircraft hundreds of miles away.

AEW aircraft are used for defensive and offensive air operations. The system is used offensively to direct fighters to their target locations, and defensively to counter attacks.

Many countries have their own AEW systems, although the E-3 Sentry and Grumman E-2C Hawkeye are the popular systems worldwide. The Sentry was built by the Boeing Defense and Space Group (now Integrated Defense Systems) and is widely considered to be an international benchmark for AEW systems. It is based on the Boeing 707 aircraft. The E-2 Hawkeye, which entered service in 1965, is arguably the most widely used AEW system.


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  April 30, 2012
very cool
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  November 9, 2008
very good, only one thing, the e-3 sentry has FOUR engines!
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  October 20, 2008
Whoa! This is a really cool and detailed plane! Great Job! ~ James : )
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  September 20, 2008
nicely done, I like how you put the wings like that, the dish looks good too, good job
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  September 14, 2008
0 1in 1997 a girl called lauren was walking through the forest and then she just disappeared. No one ever found her until 2000 when a young girl called Mary found her body and markings on her chest saying: I wasnt' pretty enough and now that you have read this she will appear in your mirror saying you're not pretty enough and kill you. By the way the girl called mary<3 died shortly afterwards. To be saved, paste this to five other bands. This is true. Now that you have started reading this, please do not stop. This is so scary. Post this on 5 pages in 143 minutes. When you are done, press F6 and your crushes name will appear on the screen in big letters. This is scary because it actually works
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  September 11, 2008
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  September 11, 2008
pretty god bruno...its s a little on the small side but i know thats probably because you ran out of pieces or somyhing...also i dont really like the radar disc but other then that this is a good awacs------David
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  September 10, 2008
awesome man! i saw that plane in a movie called 'Independence Day' where it crashed into a cloud of fire as the alien ships arrived
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  September 10, 2008
Comments are apreciated! Thank you guys!
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