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== Development status/Issues/Todo ==
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a4-uiuc A4D (A-4C) Skyhawk attack aircraft (UIUC aero model)
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The '''Douglas A-4 Skyhawk''' is a [[Howto: Carrier|carrier]]-capable attack [[aircraft#Carrier-borne aircraft|aircraft]] designed for the United States Navy. The delta wing Skyhawk, powered by a single turbojet, was designed and produced by Douglas Aircraft Company (later [[McDonnell Douglas]] and finally [[Boeing]]). The initial designation was A4D under the Navy's designation system, and A-4 Skyhawk after 1962.
  
Outside:
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== Aircraft help ==
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{{Main article|A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual}}
  
* cockpit instruments can be seen through aircraft hull
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{| class="keytable"
* pilot is not solid
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! Key
* flaps are not solid
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! Function
* flaps are animated, but the shape of the wing does not change when flaps are extended. This means we have 2 flaps. One that is animated and another one that is not animated.
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|-
* rudder, ailerons and pitch elevator are not animated
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| {{key press|Shift|C}}
* no cockpit light at night visible
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| Catapult launch command
* no aircraft light available
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|-
* aircraft has no wheel well area for the landing gears
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| {{key press|Shift|L}}
* no jetstream visible
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| Carrier launch-bar engage
* nozzle do not change shape when changing thrust
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|-
* there are no flaps when using reverse thrust
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| {{key press|O}} / {{key press|Shift|O}}
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| Hook up/down
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|-
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| {{key press|Ctrl|B}}
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| Toggle airbrakes
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|-
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| {{key press|Ctrl|K}}
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| Toggle spoilers
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|}
  
3d Cockpit:
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== Development status/Issues/Todo ==
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=== Outside ===
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* No cockpit light at night visible
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* No aircraft light available
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* No jetstream visible
  
* no cockpit light at night available
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=== 3D Cockpit ===
* no rudder/stick control in 3d cockpit available
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* No cockpit light at night available
* no ruder control pedals available
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* no switches and leverls available
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* no elevator trim control available
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* brake signal light does not light when pressing the brake key
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* cockpit instruments look flat, they don't have a 3d look.
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* cockpit is not textured
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* no pilot present in 3d cockpit
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* cockpit window has no windscreen wipers
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General:
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=== General ===
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* Engine sound in cockpit does not differ from outside engine sound
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* Engines can't be turned off
  
* engine sound in cockpit does not differ from outside engine sound
 
* engines can't be turned off
 
* no hud available
 
* aircraft is not set on the correct elevation when starting flightsgear (gears are approximately 0.40 m below the ground)
 
 
== External links ==
 
 
== Related content ==
 
== Related content ==
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* [[A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual]]
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{{Douglas}}
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{{MDouglas}}
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{{air-to-air refueling}}
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[[Category:Delta-wing aircraft]]
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[[Category:Carrier-based aircraft]]
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[[de:Douglas A-4 Skyhawk]]

Latest revision as of 07:56, 21 July 2016

Douglas A4 Skyhawk
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A4-Skyhawk from Nimitz.png
Type Military aircraft, Attack aircraft
Manufacturer Douglas, McDonnell Douglas, Boeing
Author(s)
  • Lewis Magruder
  • Dean Baunton
  • Jim Wilson
  • Andy Ross
  • Vivian Meazza
FDM YASim, UIUC
--aircraft= a4f
a4

a4-uiuc
Status early-production
Supports Mid-air refueling
Development
 Website The website for the Douglas A4 Skyhawk developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Douglas A4 Skyhawk.
Download Download the Douglas A4 Skyhawk aircraft package for the current stable release (2018.3).
License GPLv2+

The Douglas A-4 Skyhawk is a carrier-capable attack aircraft designed for the United States Navy. The delta wing Skyhawk, powered by a single turbojet, was designed and produced by Douglas Aircraft Company (later McDonnell Douglas and finally Boeing). The initial designation was A4D under the Navy's designation system, and A-4 Skyhawk after 1962.

Aircraft help

1rightarrow.png See A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual for the main article about this subject.

Key Function
Shift+C Catapult launch command
Shift+L Carrier launch-bar engage
O / Shift+O Hook up/down
Ctrl+B Toggle airbrakes
Ctrl+K Toggle spoilers

Development status/Issues/Todo

Outside

  • No cockpit light at night visible
  • No aircraft light available
  • No jetstream visible

3D Cockpit

  • No cockpit light at night available

General

  • Engine sound in cockpit does not differ from outside engine sound
  • Engines can't be turned off

Related content