The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast commonly known as the Mother of All Bombs or MOAB, is a large-yield bomb, developed for the United States Air Force. At the time of development, it was touted as the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in the American arsenal. The bomb is designed to be delivered by a C-130 Hercules, primarily the MC-130E Combat Talon I or MC-130H Combat Talon II variants.
The first operational usage of the MOAB was during the 13 April 2017 airstrike against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militants in Afghanistan.
The MOAB was modeled in scale from over 20 reference photos and blueprints. The mesh density is moderate to high, and is pre-subdivided. There is a single baked texture that should be applied to the mesh.
There are slight paint and materials variations between mission variants. This model contains two mission variants paint schemes, orange and green.
There are no interior structures within this model, and only the exterior surfaces are present.
This model has one primary 4096x4096 texture map that was baked in V-Ray under global illumination.
Included are an HDRI image that should be assigned to the environment and reflection slot in V-Ray. Remember to enable global illumination.