F 26f Eagle

F-26F Eagle
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Crew: 1
Armor Rating: 3
Force Field Rating: 5
Deflector Shield Rating: 0
Airframe Durability: 5
Agility Factor: 6
Acceleration Factor: 6
Endurance: 8hrs @ std cruise
Sensor Level: 3
Computer Level: 4
Offensive Systems
Guns:
1 - Mk/7 Beam Phaser
2 - Mk/5 Beam Phasers
Internal Hardpoints:
2 - Low-profile missile launchers at wing root
External Hardpoints:
2 - Light rails, wingtip
2 - Medium pylons, wing mount, outboard stations
2 - Heavy pylons, wing mount, inboard stations
1 - Heavy pylon, centerline under fuselage
Defensive Systems
ECM Capability: 3
Flare Packs: 12
Chaff Packs: 12
Decoys: 0
The Eagle is the Corp’s premier long-range interceptor and air-superiority fighter. It is also the largest
and most heavily armed tactical fighter fielded by the SFMC. It’s ability to carry large amounts of standoff
ordnance, coupled with it’s heavy phaser, make it ideal for long range combat. Another mission the Eagle is
well suited for is interdiction of low orbit vessels such as drop ships and scout vessels. Properly equipped,
a flight of Eagles is capable of seriously damaging a starship in orbit, even a large one. Against drop ships
and shuttles, the Eagle is a deadly aerial predator, like it’s namesake.
One consistent complaint of early model F-26 pilots was its deplorable lack of rearward visibility. Models
since the D version, however, have integrated the “look-through” capability of the Through-Visor Display’s
(TVD) Virtual Mode to alleviate the problem. A rearview mirror system is also installed as a backup
system should the TVD fail.

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