Douglas A-4 Skyhawk
|Author(s)||Lewis Magruder, Dean Baunton, Jim Wilson, Andy Ross, Vivian Meazza|
|--aircraft=||a4f, a4, a4-uiuc|
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.
See A-4F Skyhawk Operations Manual for the main article about this subject.
|⇧ Shift+C||Catapult launch command|
|⇧ Shift+L||Carrier launch-bar engage|
|O / ⇧ Shift+O||Hook up/down|
- No cockpit light at night visible
- No aircraft light available
- No jetstream visible
- No cockpit light at night available
- Engine sound in cockpit does not differ from outside engine sound
- Engines can't be turned off