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HMS Illustrious R06

Royalty Free License
- All Extended Uses
Included Formats
3ds Max 2011 Default Scanline
Lightwave 1 Default Scanline
Softimage 1 Default Scanline
3D Studio
FBX 2006

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:740931
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
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HMS Illustrious (R06),low poly 3d model (Game ready).by omegavision

High level of Details.(Real time,low poly) for game engine(Game-Ready).

Included all HMS Illustrious (R06) carrier elements ,like:
Sea Harrier , Westland Sea King .

Radar,rudder are ready for animation.

HMS Illustrious
textures: 2 x 2048 X 2048 (One for hull,one for landing pist and bridge)
Face :6541 - vertices : 7042

Each plane has own 1024 x 1024 texture

Sea Harrier: Face:865 - vertices : 867

Sea King: Face: 1459 - vertices : 1131
By Omegavision

HMS Illustrious is the second of three Invincible-class light aircraft carriers built for the Royal Navy in the late 1970s and early 1980s. She is the fifth warship and second aircraft carrier to bear the name Illustrious, and is affectionately known to her crew as 'Lusty' . In 1982, the conflict in the Falklands necessitated that HMSIllustrious be completed and rushed south to join her sister HMS Invincible and HMS Hermes. To this end, she was brought forward by three months for completion at Swan Hunter Shipyard, then commissioned on the 20th June 1982 at sea en route to Portsmouth Dockyard to take on extra stores and crew. She arrived in the Falklands to relieve Invincible on the 28th August 1982 in a most moving and unforgettable steam past. Returning to the UK, she was not formally commissioned into the fleet until the 20th March 1983. After the Falklands War, she was deployed to Iraq and Bosnia in the 1990s and to Sierra Leone in 2000. An extensive re-fit in 2002 prevented her from involvement in the 2003 Iraq War, but she was repaired in time to assist British citizens trapped by the 2006 Lebanon War.

Following the retirement of her fixed-wing Harrier II aircraft in 2010, Illustrious now operates as one of two Royal Navy helicopter carriers.[3] She is the oldest ship in the Royal Navy's active fleet and it is envisaged that she will be withdrawn from service in 2014 (after 32 years' service) and will not be replaced until HMS Queen Elizabeth is commissioned in 2016. The UK Ministry of Defence announced on 10 September 2012 that once she is decommissioned, Illustrious will be preserved for the nation

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