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F/A-1 Hummingbird VTO/L Fighter . The People's Republic of Tyranny's air superiority fighter. . The Hummingbird was designed to not only defend the skies, but to provide support to troops on the ground through its ability to thrust vector. When used along side infantry and armor, it can create a near unstoppable force (provided there are no enemy AA or fighters in the area). Here is a Hummingbird inside of its hanger, with a small garage to hold the taxying vehicle. The hanger screams simplicity, and is easy to produce, ship, and assemble. Here we see the TV (no, not an actual TV) pulling the fighter out of the hanger. Close up of 20mm chin mounted chain gun & 2 sidewinder missiles (the dark grey bricks at the end of the wings). I'll end with a close up of the thrust vectoring engine. When in VTO/L mode, only half of the engine power goes out of the rear exhaust. The rest is sent to the thruster on the bottom of the fuselage. This is the only VTO/L capable plane I've seen on DA. Hopefully that makes up for the crummy hanger XD

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