We'd like to see you visit us at the Estrella Warbirds Museum! Hours of operation are Thursday through Sunday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.Estrella Warbirds Museum
No missile nor guns available
Unlimited rounds* for the guns. 20 mm to 50 mm guns depending upon plane. Note* Don't expect this on the real deal. This is simulation mode for your enjoyment.
The MK-82 is a free-fall, nonguided general purpose [GP] 500-pound bomb. The bomb is usually equipped with the mechanical M904 (nose) and M905 (tail) fuzes or the radar-proximity FMU-113 air-burst fuze. The MK 80 series Low Drag General Purpose (LDGP) bombs are used in the majority of bombing operations where maximum blast and explosive effects are desired. LDGP bombs are designed to be aerodynamically streamlined. Their cases are relatively light and approximately 45 percent of their complete weight is explosive. General purpose bombs may use both nose and tail fuzes and conical or retarded tail fins.
Full load of flares/5" rockets/or AA series
The Mark 82 Snake eye bomb is a development of the Mark 80 series of weapons designed by Ed Heinemann, designer of the A-4 Skyhawk. The Mark 80 series of bombs were designed as low drag weapons to be carried on pylons of aircraft. Unlike the older Mark 50 series of weapons that had been designed to fit in internal bomb bays of World War II bombers. The Mark 80 series of weapons has been adopted by most of the airforces of the free world and are still in production today.
The MK-83 is a free-fall, nonguided general purpose [GP] 1,000 pound bomb. The bomb can be fitted either with mechanial nose and tail fuzes or with a proximity fuze.
The MK-84 is a free-fall, nonguided GP 2,000-pound bomb. The MK 80 series Low Drag General Purpose (LDGP) bombs are used in the majority of bombing operations where maximum blast and explosive effects are desired. LDGP bombs are designed to be aerodynamically streamlined.
Combination of MK 82 plus Zuni's