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Harrier Jump Jet (DVD-ROM)
Compatible with Windows™ (PC)
2-4w Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks.
Compatible With Windows™ (PC)
2-4w Usually ships within 2 to 4 weeks
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- Fully detailed, accurate exteriors depicting the famous GR3 (RAF) and FRS1 (RN) from the Falklands War period.
- Many detailed animations including retracting eyelids over the glass radar nose (GR3), jet nozzles, flaps and all flight control surfaces and landing gear.
- Engine vents and central fan rotor are also animated correctly.
- Animated windshield wiper is controlled from cockpit and interacts with real time weather conditions.
- Selectable loadouts for weapons and external tankage.
- Selectable refuelling probes (for visuals).
- Animated pilot in fully detailed ejection seat.
- Full ground set including chocks, flight flags and engine intake covers.
- Fully modelled, switchable ground power unit trailer
- Accurate weathered texture sets depicting various frontline and training units of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy and US Marines, low and high vis schemes used in the Falklands War.
- Fully detailed accurate Harrier cockpit includes working nozzle control.
- Stunning night lighting effects in the cockpit with realistic instrument and switch back-lighting.
- Fully functional Head Up Display
- Many detailed animations and a full set of functional switches and knobs.
descriptionBackground:The first Harrier took to the air in October 1961.The unique vectored thrust engine and nozzle arrangement remained basically unchanged throughout the life of the type right through to the final versions.The first production types were designated GR1 and were delivered to RAF squadrons as attack fighter-bombers in mid-1967. The Royal Navy was also interested in the Harrier and ordered a special sea-going version called the Sea-Harrier FRS1 or more commonly, “SHAR”. Basically a GR1/3, the FRS1 differed in that it had a conventional pointed nose with concealed radar and as such is a cleaner design in that area.The GR3 is the first of the type to see combat action and flew with the RAF partnering Royal Navy FRS1s during the Falklands conflict of 1982. The Harrier went on to be adopted by the US Marines and was continually upgraded with very sophisticated avionics and weapons systems and designated AV8-A. Two-seat trainers were also built and later models were bought by the Spanish Navy.Recently retired from active service in the UK, the Harrier must surely take its place in aviation history as one of the great aircraft advances of the modern age.
|Official Release Date||Jun 24, 2011|
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