F-111F Aardvark

Country of Origin: United States
Image courtesy of the U.S. Department of Defense; click on image to display larger version

Type: Two-seat attack aircraft Manufacturer: General Dynamics
Armor Material: Steel and aluminum alloys Armor Thickness: n/a
Length: 23.03 m Wingspan (maximum): 19.2 m
Weight: 45,360 kg (max takeoff weight) Maximum Speed: 2660 kph
Powerplant: 2 x Pratt & Whitney TF30-P-100 afterburning turbofans Thrust: 11,385 kg each with afterburner

Threat Value: 4582 OTV: 1256.2 DTV: 4518.39 MTV: 7971.88
Size: 12 Default Size: 17 Crew: 2 Total Actions: 2
Cost: $12,982,777 Production Type: Limited Production Lemon Dice: 3

Primary Movement Mode: Flight Top/Combat/Stall Speeds: 88/28/9 (2640/840/270 kph)
Secondary Movement Mode: Ground Combat/Top Speed: 23/45 (138/270 kph)
Maneuver: -2 Deployment Range: 3600 km

Electronics Rating & Range Armor
Sensors +1 / 5 km ground, 50 km air Light Damage 14
Communications +1 / 20 km ground, 200 km air Heavy Damage 28
Fire Control 0 Overkill 42

Pilot, Weapons Systems Officer

Name Rating Aux?
Autopilot Y
Backup Communications
Backup Fire Control
Backup Sensors
Chaff/Flare Dispensers (90 shots) 2 Y
Ejection System Y
ECM (onboard passive jammer) 2 Y
NOE Flyer
Refueling Intake
Stratospheric Flight
Target Designator (base range: 5 hexes) Y

Name Rating Aux?
Difficult to Modify
Fuel Inefficient 1
Problem-Prone 1
Requires Airstrip

Name Rating Aux?

Name Code Arc S M L EX Acc Dam Qty ROF Special Ammo
AIM-9 Sidewinder AAM FF 8 16 32 64 +1 x10 1 0 Guided, Min Range 10 2
Total of 2 internal and 8 external hardpoints available (use per rules in Technical Manual Second Edition, p. 149 and Banzaidyne New Perks and Flaws)


While a total of 8 external hardpoints are available, in practice only 4 were used to carry ordnance. Some example loadouts include:
• 24 Mk 82 500-lb bombs on external ejector racks (treat as LB with 24 rounds, arc FF; TV: +27.4)
• 4 GBU-10 Paveway laser-guided 2000-lb bombs on external pylons (treat as HB with 4 rounds, arc FF; TV: +168.47)

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