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E-6B Mercury US Navy

$199
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3D Model License: Standard    Upgrade License
Apr 14, 2016
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FORMATS
NATIVE
3ds Max 2009  |  Default Scanline
Cinema 4D 6  |  Default Scanline
Lightwave 7  |  Default Scanline
Maya 5.0  |  Maya Software
OBJ
3D Model Specifications
227,001 Polygons
230,636 Vertices
Polygonal Quads/Tris Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
Mixed Unwrapped UVs
Product ID: 1007290
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- Detailed 3D model of the E-6B Mercury in US Navy paint scheme.-

- The model is provided with many parts that can be animated such as spoilers, flaps, ailerons, slats, elevators, rudders, landing gear, wheels, landing gear doors, fans and thrust reversers. Model is currently not rigged.-

- Textures are included, applied and mapped so, the model is ready to render.-

- Polygon count for Lightwave, Cinema 4D and Maya files:

Faces: 227021
Vertices: 230556

- The scenes are NOT included. The model is delivered with all its parts in a static position and the landing gear down.-

History
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The E-6 Mercury (formerly E-6 Hermes) is an airborne command post and communications relay aircraft based on the B707-320. The original E-6A entered service with the United States Navy in July 1989, replacing the EC-130Q. It conveyed instructions from the National Command Authority to fleet ballistic missile submarines, a mission known as TACAMO (TAke Charge And Move Out). The E-6B model deployed in October 1998 kept this role, but added further command post capabilities and control of land-based missiles and nuclear-armed strategic bombers. The E-6B replaced Air Force EC-135Cs in the 'Looking Glass' role, providing command and control of U.S. nuclear forces should ground-based control become inoperable. With production lasting until 1991, the E-6 was the final derivative of the B707 to be built. (From Wikipedia)
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