Author: Pinaz93
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Requirements: FIR AWS US - AirWeaponSystem US/NATO

Version: 0.3
Signed: Yes, serverkey included

Short description: This is a fictional plane that was in my thoughts for a while: a AEW&C plane based on the C-130.

Date: 2017-03-06 08:36


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E-130J Guardian AEW&C

by
pinaz93


Description:
This is a fictional plane that was in my thoughts for a while: a AEW&C plane based on the C-130.
I see it as a lower cost AEW&C plane based on a very common cargo plane.

In real life one C-130 AEW&C really existed, from wikipedia:
"EC-130V Airborne early warning and control variant used by USCG for counter-narcotics missions in 1991. It was used by the U.S. Navy 1992-1994 and then by the USAF as NC-130H."

The model is based on the C-130J from [Dust]Sabre, the radar and the search script are from the open source A-50 (I will probably do some work on this too in the future) released by Hcpookie some time ago.

Textures Included:
  • USAF
  • US Coast Guard
  • Nogova
  • CSAT
  • AAF

Features:
-Automatic radar scan every 46 seconds (it is automatic so it can be leave as an AI plane, but if you are the pilot you can disable the scan)
-ECM script from Firewill's AWS


Installation:
To install the E-130J Guardian AEW&C you should use modfolders to keep it seperate from the official game content to prevent issues.
With Arma 3 you can use different ways to set up your modfolders to use custom content you have downloaded.
Please visit the Arma 3 Mod install instructions page for more information about using custom mods and addons in Arma 3.


Included files:
aws_C130.pbo


Future plans:
I don't think I will add interiors to it, so please don't ask for them


Steam Workshop:
- [url=]Subscribe[/url]


Changelog:
v0.3
-model improvements
-refuel probe
-takistan and RACS textures

v0.2
-fixed the freeze when placing the plane

v0.1
- first release


Forum topic:
- BI forums



- FIR AWS US - AirWeaponSystem US/NATO




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