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F-33 Dragon Multirole Fighter [MT; Kronos Inc. Catalog]

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Kronos Inc. F-33 Dragon Multirole Fighter
An Affordable Solution for Tomorrow. An Answer to Aerial Warfare.

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    - F-33A: $85,000,000
    - F-33B: $90,000,000
    - Block 10: Standard
    - Block 20: Additional $5,000,000
    - Block 30: Additional $10,000,000

The Kronos Inc. F-33 Dragon is a Zhenian single-seat, fifth-generation twin-engine multirole fighter. Built as a supermaneuverable fifth-generation multirole aircraft, it was meant to replace existing strike fighters and some air superiority aircraft of the Greater Eastern Union Air Force (GEUAF) and the Northern Confederation Air Force (NCAF), providing the capacity to carry out multirole missions with very low observability (VLO).

Though as an affordable, multirole and lighter alternative to the F-23 Raytheon, the F-33 Dragon retains the capacity and maneuverability to combat other fifth-generation aircraft in both BVR and WVR combat. Incorporating technologies from the F-23, the F-33 Dragon has a radar cross-section roughly twice that of the F-23, retaining lower observability even compared to its fifth-generation rivals. To add to its maneuverability, the horizontal tails are designed to be all-moving, while every F-33 Dragon variant is fitted with stealthy three-dimensional thrust-vectoring nozzles.

Leveraging technology gained from developing the F-23 Raytheon, the F-33 Dragon features an array of technological leaps to further its versatility. Its powerful AN/APG-99M, a smaller version of the AN/APG-99-X AESA radar on the F-23, gives the F-33 wider situational awareness than any other legacy aircraft of its class, capable of detecting a 1m2 target from over 180 kilometers away. Its Elector-Optical Multispectral Monitoring System (EO-MMS), leveraged from the F-23, gives the pilot a 360-degree situational awareness, which is displayed before the pilot in a 20 x 8 inch panoramic display. Although the F-33 can be mounted with a targeting pod of the operator's choice, it is primarily equipped with a built-in Multispectral Targeting System (MTS) in front of the frontal landing gear. All of such technological leaps, among countless other innovations, help the F-33 become one of the most capable fifth-generations multirole fighters to be built.

Variants

  • F-33A: Standard single-seat variant.
  • F-33B: Navalized variant of the F-33A meant for operation aboard aircraft carriers. Features arresting gear, foldable wings and better interoperability with nearby naval unmanned aircraft.
  • Block 10: Standard variant, with features aforementioned.
  • Block 20: Improved variant from the Block 10, with counter-CBRN upgrades, software updates for more weapons integration and updated electronic warfare suite.
  • Block 30: Upgraded variant from the Block 20, featuring propulsion improvements and partial cockpit redesigns allowing for an increase in range by 80 kilometers.

Specifications (F-33A Block 10)

General Specifications

  • Crew: 1
  • Length: 17.22 m
  • Wingspan: 11.55 m
  • Height: 4.6 m
  • Empty weight: 12,500 kg
  • Max. takeoff weight: 30,000 kg
  • Powerplant: 2 x Kronos Motors F322 turbofan engines, 24,000 lbf of dry thrust, 32,000 lbf max

Performance
  • Maximum speed: Mach 2.25+
  • Supercruise speed: Mach 1.3
  • Range: 2,900 km on internal fuel
  • Combat radius: 1,250 km on internal fuel
  • Maximum G-load: 9.0 g

Armament
  • Gun: 1 x M61A2 20 mm Rotary Cannon, with 400 rounds (interchangeable gun)
  • Internal Bay: Up to 6 x LRAAM
  • External Hardpoints: 6 x Hardpoints on wing, each holding up to 1,600 kg each.
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