F35A - Royal Danish Air Force

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Cinema 4D r12 Advanced Render
OBJ
Autodesk FBX
DXF
Collada
3DS
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:702867
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:30,501
Vertices:31,998
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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NOTE: the pilot character is not rigged -no bones-
External pylons and weapons could be removed.
Made in cinema4d R12. .fbx format is good for importing in 3dstudio max and Maya.
- F35A: Polygons 30501 Vertices 31998
- Pilot character: Polygons 5012 Vertices 5105
This model is only artistic representation of the subject matter. I made it for a flight magazine illustration. If you like the model please rate it.

The F-35A is the conventional takeoff and landing CTOL variant intended for the U.S. Air Force and other air forces. It is the smallest, lightest F-35 version and is the only variant equipped with an internal cannon, the GAU-22/A. This 25 mm cannon is a development of the GAU-12 carried by the USMC's AV-8B Harrier II. It is designed for increased effectiveness against ground targets compared to the 20 mm M61 Vulcan cannon carried by other USAF fighters.
The F-35A is expected to match the F-16 in maneuverability and instantaneous and sustained high-g performance, and outperform it in stealth, payload, range on internal fuel, avionics, operational effectiveness, supportability, and survivability. It is expected to match an F-16 that is carrying the usual external fuel tank in acceleration performance.It also has an internal laser designator and infrared sensors, equivalent to the Sniper XR pod carried by the F-16, but built in to reduce radar cross section.
The A variant is primarily intended to replace the USAF's F-16 Fighting Falcon. It was also to replace the A-10 Thunderbolt II starting in 2028.
The F-35A can be outfitted with either of the two main air to air refueling types, which was a consideration in the Canadian purchase, and a deciding factor in the cost for the Japanese purchase.
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