Bell-Boeing MV-22B "Osprey" circa 2006 for Stormworks: Build and Rescue
Here you can download Bell-Boeing MV-22B "Osprey" circa 2006 mod for Stormworks: Build and Rescue. Its full description is below. Visit our blog to find out how to install the mod.
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Size (unpacked): 1.836 MB
Updated: 12 Nov @ 11:11pm
THIS AIRCRAFT IS A LEARNING EXPERIENCE.
The MV-22B, as you see it, is a culmination of upwards of 800 man-hours of effort, research, and development. A large majority of that time was spent on the development of the aircraft's glass cockpit system, which is proprietary, and one of the most advanced currently on the workshop. To construct the Osprey, I used the NATOPS manual (circa 2006), podcasts, as well as an ongoing interview with a real MV-22B Pilot of VMM-. They provided various bits of information on MFD systems, aircraft systems, and autopilot. Because of this, I'm proud to say, my rendition of the Osprey is the most accurate ever to be built in Stormworks.
This Osprey is equipped with 18 foldable passenger seats, as well as a rescue hoist. It has a range of well over 200km, but in case you need fuel, it's capable of HIFR and AAR.
The V-22 Osprey is one of a kind, with wingtip nacelles housing Rolls Royce turboprop engines that deliver upwards of 6000 shaft horsepower each. Each nacelle is capable of 96° of vertical traverse, allowing for vertical landings and transitional flight. A unique interconnected drive system (ICDS) allows the aircraft to fly nominally on a single engine, and the aircraft's triple-redundant hydraulic flight control system is designed to take a beating. Having the capability to change between conventional and helicopter flight modes made the Osprey an incredibly versatile tool for the Marine Corps. First seeing combat in Afghanistan in 2009, the aircraft then went on to establish itself as a powerful logistical and tactical tool for military and humanitarian operations. Ospreys were pivotal in the relief efforts after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, as well as the extraction of Osama Bin Laden's body from Pakistan.
Make no mistake, learning to fly this aircraft in Stormworks is teaching the very basics of the real MV-22B's systems. My checklist can apply to the real aircraft, and vice versa.
Littlerol - he is responsible for a majority of the interior and exterior detailing, as well as helping with much of the project's early research. He's also responsible for accidentally building several nuclear submarines during the course of it.
GERUNIMO - for his constant support in the creation of this project. He also provided what would eventually become the aircraft's PFD, it's most critical instrument.
Woodspeople and WALL-E - for their incredible help (and labor) put into the GPS-calculation system for the V-22's FLIR.
Sheepdog - for his awesome support over the course of the project, and his help with the cockpit diagrams in the manual.
Sir_Murtak - For his occasional testing of the aircraft, and advice on the implementation of various features.
There are probably a dozen more people who helped me with this project, and If I named all of them, I'd run out of space. Massive thanks to the community, and I hope you enjoy it!
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us on steam, or on discord at https://discord.gg/hN3unXC.
Fair Skies, and Good Hunting!