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International Aircraft Tree - Let's Build It

Sub Forum for the project - http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/forum/939-international-tech-tree-project/

 

Ladies and Gentleman,

 

I would like to invite you to our unofficial project (with aim to become official one day) whose aim is to build international plane tree. Many smaller countries or air forces had their own designs in timeline when War Thunder is happening including some very good and unique designs.

 

My colleague BeyondTS, together with me will be in charge for this, with help of our colleagues. We need people who are capable of giving information, finding projects and documentation. Info from WiKi is not sufficient, we need properly researched planes. Also, we need help from artists and guys who are good in graphics stuff to make tree look really pro. At the moment there are few trees and planes from different nations (like Yugoslav tree, or Romanian tree etc). We will try to put them all together and build on them until we have tree filled.

 

Only planes that were designed and produced in these countries will be accepted for now. If we do not have enough we might take planes that were produced by license (like Yugoslav Ikarus Blenheim) etc.

 

If you think you are capable of giving input and help, feel free to contact me or BeyondTS. Feel free to post information you have here in thread but I want to warn everyone that thread will be heavily moderated and only useful info will be left in. All nonconstructive posts will be removed and posters might be officially warned.

 

Thank you in advance for all help,

QN

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Years next to planes are when the plane first flew.

 

Yugoslavia:

 

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Fighters

Ikarus IK-2 (1935)

Rogožarski IK-3 (1938)

Ikarus S-49A (1949),

Ikarus S-49C (1952)

 

Attackers / Bombers

Rogožarski R-313 (1940)
Rogožarski SIM-XIV-H (1938)
Ikarus Orkan (1940)
Ikarus 451m (1952)
Ikarus 214 (1949)
Do.17Kb (1934)
Zmaj R-1 (1940)

 

Licenced Planes (reserves in case we need them)

Bristol Blenheim (RYAF)
Hawker Fury (RYAF)
Hawker Hurricane (RYAF)
 

 

Poland:

 

150px-Roundel_of_Poland_(until_1993).svg

 

Work in progress -

http://forum.warthunder.com/index.php?/topic/88290-prace-nad-drzewkiem-mi%C4%99dzynarodowym-polska-ga%C5%82%C4%85%C5%BC/

 

CAC ( Australia )

 

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Attackers/Bombers:

CAC Woomera (1941)

 

Fighters:
CAC Kangaroo (1946)

 

 

( Dutch ) Netherlands:

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Fighters:

 

Fokker D.XVII (1932 / ? )

Fokker C.X (1934 / ?)

C.X (Finnish) -> 850 hp Bristol Pegasus XII [Radial]

C.X (Dutch) -> 650 hp Rolls Royce Kestrel [Liquid Cooled V12]

Koolhoven Fk.51 (1935 / 1936)

1. Fk.51 (Republican Spain, Batch 1) -> 400 hp Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar IVa

2. Fk.51Bis (Republican Spain, Batch 2) -> 450 hp Wright Whirlwind R-975

3. Fk.51 (LVA, Batch 1) -> 270 hp Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah V

4. Fk.51 (LVA, Batch 2) -> 350 hp Armstrong Siddeley Cheetah IX

5. Fk.51 (MLD) -> 450 hp Pratt & Whittney

Fokker D.XXI (1936 / 1938 )

1. D.XXI-1 (1936) -> 645 hp Bristol Mercury VI-S

2. D.XXI-2 (1937) -> 760 hp Bristol Mercury VIII

3. D.XXI-3 (1939) -> 760 hp Bristol Mercury VIII

4. D.XXI-4 (1941) -> 1.050 hp Pratt & Whittney R-1535 Twin Wasp Jr

5. D.XXI-5 (1944) -> 920 hp Bristol Pegasus 

Koolhoven Fk.52 (1937 / 1939) 

Fokker D.XXIII (1939 /)

Fokker G.I (1937 / 1939) <Heavy Fighter>

1. G.IA -> 2 x 830 hp Bristol Mercury VIII

2. G.IB -> 2 x 750 hp Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp Jr SB4-G

Koolhoven Fk.58 (1938 / 1940)

1. Fk58 -> 1.080 hp Hispano-Suiza 14AA

2. Fk58A -> 1.164 hp Gnome-Rhone 14N-16

 

Attacker/Bombers:

 

Fokker F.VII (1924 / 1925 (?) )

1.F.VIIa/3m -> 3 x 200 hp Wright J-4 Whirlwind

2.F.VIIb/3m -> 3 x 400 hp Pratt & Whitney ”Wasp Junior TB"

Fokker T.V (1937 / 1938)

1. T.V

2. T.Va 

Fokker T.IX (1939 /)

 

Floatplanes:

 

Fokker C.XI-w (1935 / ?) <Naval Reconnaise Fighter>

Fokker C.XIV-w (1937 / ?) <Naval Reconnaisse Fighter>

Fokker T.VIII (1938 / ?) <Naval Bomber>

1. T.VIII W/G (1939) 

2. T.VIII W/C (1939)

 

Experimental:

 

Koolhoven Fk.55 (1938)

Fokker XA-7 (1931)

 

Designs:

 

Fokker 115 design

 

 

Sweden:

 

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Fighters:

Saab 21 (1943)

Saab S-21/r (1947)

FFVS J22 (1942)

Saab S-29 Tunnan (1948)

Svenska Aero Jaktfalken (1929)

 

Attackers/Bombers:

Saab 17 (1940)

Saab 18 (1942)

 

Czechoslovakia:

 

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Fighters:

BH–3 (1921)

B.534 (1933)

E-45 (1934)

Letov Š-31 (1929)

A.102 (1934)
B.35 (1938)

 

 

Argentina:
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Attacker/Bombers:

Ae.M.B.2 Bombi (1935)

Fighters:
I.Ae. 22 DL (1944)
I.Ae. 27 Pulqui (1947)
Curtiss-Wright Hawk 75 (1939)
I.Ae. 33 Pulqui II (1950)

 

 

Canada:

 

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Fighters:

CF-100 Canuck  (1950)

 

Attackers/Bombers:

Bristol Bolingbroke (1939)

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Finland:


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Fighters:

VL Myrsky (1941)

Valmet Vihuri (1951)

VL Pyörremyrsky (1945)

 

Bulgaria:

 

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Fighters:

 

Attackers / Bombers:

KB-11A Fazan (1941)

DAR-3 Garvan III

DAR-10A Bekas

DAR-10F Bekas 2

Laz-7

Laz-7M

 

Licenced Planes (reserves in case we need them)

 

KB-6 Papagal

 

 

Slovakian:

 

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Fighters:

Letov Š-31 (1929)

 

Attackers/Bombers:

Aero A.100 (1933)

Aero A.101 (?)

Aero A.304 (1937)

Praga E-51 (1938)

 

 

Vichy French Air Force ( Just Provisional ):

 

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Fighters:

Bloch MB.150

Morane-Saulnier M.S.406

 

Attackers/Bombers:

Bloch MB.170

Breguet 693

Lioré et Olivier LeO 45

Potez 630

 

Romania:

 

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Fighters:

IAR 14 (1933)

IAR 15 (1933)

IAR 80 (1939)

 

Attackers/Bombers:

IAR 37 (1937)

IAR 38

S-79B

JIS/JRS 79B

JRS 79B1

 

Prototypes:

IAR 47

 

Licenced Planes (reserves in case we need them)

IAR Potez 25
IAR Bf109 G6a
IAR P11F
IAR P24E

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one question, how is MM going to deal with this, since some countries were Allied other Axis. and it would be kinda silly to see Romanian IAR's fighting over the Netherlands along against the Germans.

 

As I said this is unofficial project, at the moment we will not think about MM. If we after 6 months have too many planes, maybe we split them in axis/allies or if we  not have enough we do something completely different. Now, only concern is to build tree, once that is done, we will see how to proceed.

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I have already made a thread about this before, but here are some suggestions:

 

Saab S-29 Tunnan 

 

S29_f11_flyger.jpg

 

Saab S-21/r it has 2 versions, jet and prop.

 

SAAB-J21A.jpg[spoiler]173A21RF7rJSaatenas.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Avia S-199

 

[spoiler]s199.jpg[/spoiler]

 

And Saab 32 Lansen, although it is outside the cut-off date, i put it here neverthless.

[spoiler]G-1-10.jpg[/spoiler]

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http://imgur.com/a/7Zys5

 

Some stat cards I did for fun a few days ago. These are all (armed) military planes produced in Bulgaria that fit in the timeline. The Avia is there mainly because all 12 or so built were used here, but seeing this is an international tree project, it should go to a Czechoslovakian section of that tree or something.

 

Oh, somethign I forgot to mention, those 'stats' are based off what I could find in books, magazines and the Internet. Data on some of these planes is hard to come by, as many documents and some planes (Both DAR-10 were prototypes) were lost/destroyed in the years after '45, after a  commuinst coup d'etat. Still, I plan on doing a trip to the largest air force museum here to gather more info on those planes and in a few days I'll have a book with more accurate data.

 

Anyways, here are the planes:

 

DAR-10A Bekas

 

[spoiler]Dar10.jpg[/spoiler]

 

DAR-10F Bekas 2

 

[spoiler]dar10-4.jpg[/spoiler]

 

KB-11A Fazan

 

[spoiler]Bolgar_SFKB_KB11_1_Fazan.jpg[/spoiler]

 

KB-6 Papagal

 

[spoiler]kb6-2.jpg[/spoiler]

 

KB-5 Chuchuliga III

 

[spoiler]Bolgar_SFKB_KB4_2.jpg[/spoiler]

 

DAR-3 Garvan III

 

[spoiler]dar3-5.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Laz-7 and Laz-7M

 

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Sweden

 

Svenska Aero Jaktfalken

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Saab 17

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Saab 18

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Saab 21

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FFVS J22 

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EDIT: insert spoiler ;)

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If you get me the SAAB S-29 Tunnan i will sooo come and give you guys a VÄLFÄRD cookie.

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Finland  - only really finnish planes, no imported :)

 

VL Myrsky 

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VL Humu - based on F2A but finnish

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VL Kotka

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Valmet Vihuri  - armed trainer from 1951

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VL Pyörremyrsky - thx to NachtjägerX

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btw: hoping rautaa loves this :D

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Finland  - only really finnish planes, no imported :)

 

VL Myrsky 

[spoiler]

myrsky-5.jpg

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VL Humu - based on F2A but finnish

[spoiler]

1176964.jpg

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VL Kotka

[spoiler]

kotka-2.jpg

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Valmet Vihuri  - armed trainer from 1951

[spoiler]

Valmet_Vihuri_II1.jpg

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I would add the VL Pyörremyrsky to the list too:

 

[spoiler]1280px-VL_Py%C3%B6rremyrsky_(PM-1)_Keski[/spoiler]

 

Also, the Estonian Aviotehas PN-3

 

[spoiler]eefb0a4b.jpg[/spoiler]

 

And the Latvian VEF Irbitis I-16 (here in German markings)

 

[spoiler]AP%20VEF16%2008.jpg[/spoiler]

 

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I would add the VL Pyörremyrsky to the list too:

 

[spoiler]1280px-VL_Py%C3%B6rremyrsky_(PM-1)_Keski[/spoiler]

 

Also, the Estonian Aviotehas PN-3

 

[spoiler]eefb0a4b.jpg[/spoiler]

 

And the Latvian VEF Irbitis I-16 (here in German markings)

 

[spoiler]AP%20VEF16%2008.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Yes i would agree with you even if the VL Pyörremyrsky  was just a prototyp... it's also at the picture of my VL Humu *g* behind it

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Yes i would agree with you even if the VL Pyörremyrsky  was just a prototyp... it's also at the picture of my VL Humu *g* behind it

 

A flying and tested prototype nevertheless. Outclimbed the 109...

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what about bought ww2 planes

Brazilian P47

[spoiler]b47.png[/spoiler]

Mexican P47

[spoiler]148_2.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Mexican B24 Liberator

[spoiler]xakuntamsa.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Guatemalan P51

[spoiler]p51k.jpg[/spoiler]

 

Mexican Shooting Star

[spoiler]JE-001-Fuerza-Area-Mexicana-Mexican-Air-[/spoiler]

 

Brazilian B-18 Bolo

[spoiler]B-1812.jpg[/spoiler]

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