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Electrode, the evolved form of Voltorb. Highly concentrated electric energy causes this Pokémon to explode unpredictably. Also known as the Bomb-ball.
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Scyther, the Mantis Pokémon. Its claws are sharp as swords, and it is a powerful flyer. This Pokémon is rarely seen by humans and almost never captured.
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Sandslash, the Mouse Pokémon. The evolved form of Sandshrew. It attacks opponents with the quills on its back.
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COLOUR IN YOUR OWN BOBA FETT MANDALORIAN ARMOR!

My Custom Cubeecraft / Papercraft Cutout template of Boba Fett from Star Wars. This Blank Colour-less Version lets you print it off and colour in yourself to any way you like and them cut, fold and build it! Make your own Mandalorian Armor Cubees!

(All My Custom Fan Art Cubeecraft Templates are made on MSPaint and The 3D illustrations on the free Gimp program.)

And if you don't want to colour it in yourself, My other coloured In Star Wars Custom Cubees can be found here [link]

And More of my D.I.Y. Colour In Cubee templates can be found here [link]

Star Wars (c) Lucasfilm
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My custom Cubeecraft cutout template of the Rebel 'Ecliptic Evader' TIE Fighter from Star Wars.

More of my Star Wars fan art Cubee Templates to print out and make can be found here [link]
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My custom Cubeecraft cutout template of the Gonk Droid from Star Wars.

More of my Star Wars fan art Cubee Templates to print out and make can be found here [link]
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You already saw previews of jolteon and flareon, but now all three are finished.

All four designed and built by :iconsabi996: AKA Me :P

Let's see: the most difficult parts were: flareon's tail, jolteon's mane, Eevee's fur, and vaporeon is as simple as they come.

They are probably in scale.

Plz check out my first made from scratch video : [link]

These will be available on [link]
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A mini charizard papercraft scratch-modeled by me. It's about 4cm tall.

I think i won't be releasing this one, or maybe i will, who knows.

I also made a 4cm mini samurott.
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Is it good? I thought that the orange background might suit it well. What do you think about my build? Except the glue. Took quite a long time too, i worked on it around 30 hours. i finished it today 1:05 AM. I stayed up all night to figure out how to make it stand, so i glued a battery in each foot. The build is half a meter tall, and the hand is surprisingly easy.
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Rikku was the first papercraft Final Fantasy model I made! ;o)

I experimented a bit with this model, I really like the way her hair turned out, it really makes Rikku Rikku. ;o)

Parts and instructions to build your own papercraft FFX Rikku (+lots more! ;o) are available on my papercraft webpage: [link]

Have fun building!
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A small collage of the completed papercraft LEGO Forestman, this time *with* his quiver and bow and arrow! ;o)

Once I've finished the instructions, the parts and instructions will be available again from my papercraft webpage of course.
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The test build is finished! I didn't encounter any big problems, but as always, there are always some small thing I like to change on the final version, so that's what I'll be doing next.

Of course I'll also change the colour of Link's tunic from this "Paladin White" to his regular "Hero Green".

Stay tuned for more updates: [link]
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:v darle pose fue dificil 
y sip del smash bros wii u :B
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^^
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my best pokemon :D
downloading here [link]
you have fun!
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This is my Spheal papercraft from Paperpokes.
I built it in the end of July 2011.
You can download this papercraft here: [link]
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My Meganium papercraft from Paperpokes.
I built this in June 2011.
This is the second Meganium I built. I also made Version 1 of Meganium [link]
You can download this Meganium papercraft here: [link]
The first version of Meganium can be download here: [link]

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Vegetable papercraft from Super Mario Bros. 2.
The leafs have some white lines, because this is a very old papercraft and it is my first lineless papercraft.
I built it in 2009.
You can download it here [link]
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Zubat Pokemon Papercraft
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Hardest part of the model is finished, Now just easy going.....
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Golbat Pokemon Papercraft
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Comment Before You Favourite by BoffinbraiN

“I just want to be whole again."

SPOILERS AHEAD

A gifted scientist at Raymond Tech, Melati Kusuma suffered from the tyrannic rule of the head of the research labs, Dr. Curt Connors. Whatever she created, Connors stole and when Melati tried to stand up to him, the crooked scientist rigged an accident that left the poor woman without her left arm.

Some time later, Melati got her hands on the mysterious chemical cocktail which could turn people into human/animal hybrids. Nicknaming it "the Harris Cocktail" after its creator, the woman devised combining the elements of a lizard with the cocktail and an experimental regenerative serum. During this time, Melati found herself the subject of affections from Raymond Tech CEO, Theodore "T-Ray" Raymond.

Hoping to prove herself, Melati had T-Ray reopen the labs after hours and began to calibrate the "Regeno-Serum". Unbeknownst to her, Connors, who had stayed behind in his office, secretly sabotaged the serum and when injected with it, Melati was heartbroken when nothing happened. Hours later though, Meltai suffered a horrific pain and passed out. The next day, she surprised both T-Ray and a mortified Connors with a newly regrown arm. With her confidence restored, Melati went on a date T-Ray but there in the bathroom, the woman was horrified to discover that she had begun growing scales.

Racing back to the Raymond Tech labs, Melati was loosing her normal appearance with every second and when T-Ray found her, she no longer resembled human. Their reunion was cut short as Connors made his presence known and after badmouthing him, the crook fatally wounded the woman. The now unstable Regeno-Serum then healed Melati's wound but instead mutated her into a 8 foot+ tall reptilian nightmare that went after Connors. After a lengthy battle against the crook, T-Ray with the help of Venom, reversed the mutation and to Meltai's tearful relief, she had kept her new arm. With Connors gone, the woman then went back to her old job, free to let her ideas fly.

Fun Fact: Not once is the mutated Melati referred to as Komodo. :XD: I'm only calling her that since she's based on that character.

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For more Venom Evolution (Like pics of the cast & such) go here: aragen.deviantart.com/gallery/…

Hand-drawn & Edited in Adobe Photoshop CS5
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Komodo © Marvel
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A sequel to "Clowns" [link] .

Based on a comment made on the original.

Left to Right:

Needles Kane AKA Sweet Tooth from the video game series "Twisted Metal"

Violator from Spawn

The one and only Joker

Pennywise the clown from IT

Rudy from Killer Klowns from Outer Space.

Check out my Gallery for more.
Pennywise © Stephen King
Joker © DC Comics
Needles Kane © Sony Computer Entertainment
Violator © Image
Killer Klown © Trans World Entertainment
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Carla Vs. Ada for :iconrobotnik14:

Based on a what if for Resident Evil 6 he planned. In the game, Carla Radames (one of the main baddies of the game and doppelganger of "Ate A Wang"- I mean Ada Wong ^^; ) becomes this blob of white slime that tries to kill her "imposter". Of course Ada kills her and escapes.

HOWEVER, in Robotnik14's version, when Carla tries to suffocate Ada with her mass, the C-Virus becomes confused at the similar DNA structures and both women are accidentally fused into one being. Here we have the two consciousnesses duking it out (the crazy looking one is Carla and the stern looking one is Ada) with a confused Leon watching.

Hand-drawn & Edited in Adobe Photoshop CS5
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Resident Evil © Capcom
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Arado E 555-1

Arado Ar. E. 555/1 Overview

The Ar.E.555/1 long range bomber concept was part of a design study conducted by Dr. Ing. W. Laute and an Arado design group at the Arado Werks at Landeshut/Schesien. The E.555 study was looking at the advantages of a jet powered planar flying wing. It would combine the wing and body of the airframe together with laminar flow characteristics to provide high cruise speed and long range. As many as 10 (some sources say 11) different variations were studied. These were limited to study only. The RLM decreed on December 28, 1944, all heavy bomber activities be ended. The strain on the aircraft industry to supply enough defensive fighters to stop the around-the-clock bombing of German war assets was given the highest priority. Thus the E.555 series of designs remained as studies only.
Arado Ar. E. 555/1 Historical Details

As early as 1897, German military thinkers were looking at the United States as a possible adversary. Naval Lt. Eberhard von Mantry looked into the possibilities of a seaborne invasion of New York. In 1903 a study was conducted by the Kreigsmarine’s Chief of Staff to capture the Panama Canal and disrupt US Navy activities. By 1904 the US Navy was beginning a build-up to counter problems arising in Central and South America. This put an end to the Kreigsmarine’s plans. Again in 1917, as US forces became involved in the fight in France, German High Command began to look into aerial attacks on the US using airships and long range aircraft. Airships of the day could fly the required distances, but the weather conditions that would be encountered would have made the missions very dangerous. There were no bomber aircraft capable of the range required.

When the First World War ended, German military aviation was outlawed. Almost immediately, however, plans were put into place to keep military aviation activities continuing out of general view. The 1920’s saw German aviation restricted to some small civil airlines and sport glider activities.

The 1930’s saw the rise of the Nazi party and a complete change of national attitude and the planning of rearming the German military.

The newly reconstituted Luftwaffe began building new aircraft of all types. The leaders of this new air force, for the most part veterans of World War I, saw the Luftwaffe as the air artillery to help the Wehrmacht to apply it’s newly developed ‘Blitzkrieg” tactics. Tactical attack aircraft did not require long range and large bomb load capabilities.

However, there were some in this new organization who saw the coming need for a strategic capability. This new Luftwaffe’s Chief of Staff, Generalleutnant Walter Weaver was one who saw the importance of a strategic capability of the Luftwaffe. The “Ural Bomber” program was developing when GenLt. Weaver was killed in a crash in 1936.

His successor, GenLt. Albert Kesselring believed that the primary need of the Luftwaffe was dive bombers and medium twin-engine tactical bombers. The feeling amongst the German military was that the coming war would be a series of short intense engagements and it would not last very long. Germany’s enemies would be defeated before a need to carry the battle long distances would be necessary.

Nevertheless, a Bomber "A" program was instituted, which resulted in the development of the Me 264, He 177 and the Ta 400 long range bomber studies. The Me 264 “Amerika Bomber” and the He 177 Grief were both constructed. The Ta 400 remained a design study. These aircraft suffered from engine and system problems and were never effective bombers.

The German aircraft industry was not capable of building many highly sophisticated bomber aircraft requiring advanced assembly techniques. Demands for primarily single seat day fighters dominated the production capacities of the aircraft industry. Pressurized crew cabins, engines with turbo and super charging, reliable jet engines, remote optical and radar controlled defensive gun positions were some of the challenges facing them. The capacity to build these complex aircraft quickly to meet the changing war situation did not exist.

The Bomber “B” program was instituted to develop successors to the Ju88, Do17/215, and the He111. Many design studies were submitted. The most promising were the Do317, an improved Do217, the Ar.E.340, the Fw191 and the Ju288. The Ar.E.340 remained a design study because of its unusual twin boom layout. The Do317 did not offer enough improvement over the Do217 to merit production. Both the Fw191 and the Ju288 were not able to reach their full potential because of the failure and cancellation of the Jumo222 engine program. Failure of the German conventional and jet engine industries to deliver the next generation of engines to “B” bomber airframes meant they were doomed to failure.

For example, the Ju288 flew with BMW801G, C, TJ and the Jumo222A/B and the DB606A/B and also the DB610 A/B. Much time and materials were spent mating the different engine configurations to the airframe. The engines themselves suffered production problems and most never produced the power they were designed to.

Starting in 1942, the Luftwaffe, the RLM and even Goring and Hitler seemed to vacillate between the need to develop strategic “Wonder” weapons and the need to produce vast amounts of defensive conventional weaponry. In a Sept.17th meeting with Goring, a plan which became known as “3 x 1000 “was put forth. It called for a design capable of carrying 1000kg of bombs at 1000km/h with a useful range of 1000 km. In the end, the pressure brought to bear on all aspects of the German armament industries by Allied strategic forces prevented most of the “Wonder” designs from becoming reality.

Late in 1943, the development think tank of Arado’s Landeshut/Silesia works under the leadership of Dr. Ing. W. Laute began to study the feasibility of a flying wing bomber. Using a laminar flow planar wing shape and jet engine power, they hoped to develop a bomber design capable of high altitude, high speed and long range. They studied 10 (some sources say 11, 14 or15.) variations of the basic design. In mid 1944 the RLM issued a specification to Arado to develop one of those design studies into a bomber capable of crossing the ocean. They picked the E.555/1 to develop. The E.555/1 explored the concept of a planar wing planform with the fuselage blending into the wing to increase its efficiency. The goal of the study was to design a bomber for transatlantic operations. Due to problems with all the various first generation jet and turbojet engines with reliability and production quality, the engines were mounted on a plinth between the twin tails and at the trailing edge of the fuselage. This configuration eliminated intake and exhaust ducting problems. The exhaust was also clear of the airframe structure. If engine changes or the configurations of engines changed, there is no need to modify the airframe itself.

The crew for this version consisted of a pilot and bombardier/navigator in a pressurized glass cockpit with an engineer/gunner position in the fuselage proper. The gunner had control of both the forward and tail remotely controlled gun turrets His position was to be equipped with both radar and optical controls. He would also monitor and adjust critical aircraft systems and help the pilot maintain optimum balance for changing conditions during very long, high altitude missions to be flown in the very cold stratosphere. The pilot has control of two fuselage mounted forward firing cannons and the bombardier/navigator could also control the forward turret to defend against frontal attack. The design called for the bomb load to be carried completely internally. The range penalty of external bomb and fuel tank racks excluded their use. Because the engines were totally external to the airframe, the E.555 could have a substantial bomb bay. It could be more flexible with bomb loads and the possibilities of extra fuel tanks for super long-range missions. The possibilities of mounting cameras for photo/recon missions would also be considerable. It would have also been capable of carrying an atomic weapon, had one been available.

On December 28, 1944, the RLM bowed to the pressure on the aircraft industries for delivering defensive fighters and announced that all bomber and reconnaissance aircraft production cease to concentrate on fighter aircraft. The Ar.E.555 design studies remained studies and the war ended. The Luftwaffe failed to see the importance of strategic air power and was defeated in part by the Allied use of it. The quality of replacement pilots suffered in part by lack of fuel for training sorties. End of war inspections of factories revealed concealed parks filled with new aircraft with empty fuel tanks. The ability of the Allied forces to use the entire United Kingdom as a gigantic aircraft carrier and put pressure on German industrial infrastructure both night and day helped to shorten the war in Europe.
Luft/Maybe

Picture this in your mind for a moment: If the war had gone a different way, you might have seen E.555s going in one direction and B-36s in the other, over the Atlantic. The B-36 was the ultimate model of the propeller-driven intercontinental strategic bomber. The USAAC leaders saw the importance of strategic airpower and began investing early in the 1930’s. With the XB-15 and XB-19 they studied the harsh realities of the problems involved. The B-17 and B-24 programs were in place as the war began. The B-29 and B-32 programs were moving into position later in the war. The B-35 and the B-36 were to be the next and last prop programs. They would have been truly intercontinental bombers.

By Bruce Van Auken

Type: Long-range bomber Arado acre E.555-1
Drive: 6 jet engines BMW 003
Wingspan: 21.2 m
Length: 18.4 m
Height: 6.4 m
Wing area: 125 m ˛
Maximum speed: 915 km/h
Maximum air route: 4,800 km
Takeoff weight: 24,000 kilograms
Bomb load: 4000 kilograms
Crew 3: Pilot, radar observer and navigator on catapult seats in a pressurized cabin.
Armament: two cannons M 103 - 30mm in the wing roots
two machine guns magnesium 151 - 20mm behind the cockpit
two machine guns magnesium 151 20mm in the tail dome
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AGM-86 Air-Launched Cruise Missile [ALCM]

The AGM-86B air-launched cruise missiles was developed to increase the effectiveness of B-52 bombers. The small, winged AGM-86B is powered by a turbofan jet engine that propels it at sustained subsonic speeds. After launch, the missile's folded wings, tail surfaces and engine inlet deploy. It then is able to fly complicated routes to a target through use of a terrain contour-matching guidance system. During flight, this system compares surface characteristics with maps of the planned flight route stored in on-board computers to determine the missile's location. As the missile nears its target, comparisons become more specific, guiding the missile to target with pinpoint accuracy.

The B-52 and the AGM-86B increase flexibility to attack targets. AGM-86B missiles can be air-launched in large numbers by the bomber force. The B-52H bombers carry six AGM-86B missiles on each of two externally mounted pylons and have been modified with a bomb bay rotary launcher for eight additional air-launched cruise missiles.

An enemy force would have to counterattack each of the missiles, making defense against them costly and complicated. The enemy's defenses are further hampered by the missiles' small size and low-altitude flight capability, which makes them difficult to detect on radar.The bomber's exposure to enemy defenses is reduced due to its extended range of effectiveness. Therefore, the missile may be launched with a large uncertainty in position, will independently navigate to the target, and initiate warhead detonation with a small Circular Error Probability (CEP).

Background

The weapon's concept was over a half-century old, but inadequate technology had prevented development of an effective missile. Two technical breakthroughs in the early 1970s transformed the concept into a practical weapon system. The first breakthrough came in computer technology, specifically a dramatic reduction in the physical size of computers coupled with equally dramatic increases in computer capabilities. These achievements fostered the development of a sophisticated guidance system that enabled the missile to fly at very low altitudes, making detection difficult. The second breakthrough, advances in propulsion, allowed engineers to decrease the missile's size while increasing its capabilities. The promise of a reliable and relatively inexpensive penetrating weapon system led to President Carter's 30 June 1977 announcement that the production of a B-1 bomber would be discontinued in favor of ALCM development.

The Air Force entered into a contract with Boeing Aerospace Company in February 1974 to develop and flight test a prototype ALCM (designated AGM-86A). The first ALCM powered flight took place on 5 March 1976 over the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico when a B-52G crew ejected an ALCM from a SHAM rotary launcher. On 9 September 1976, the Air Force conducted the first fully-guided ALCM flight test. During the 30-minute flight, the ALCM successfully negotiated four terrain correlation mapped areas and completed a terrain correlation update in each area. The missile used in the flight tests was an AGM-86 "A" model which was slightly smaller than the the final production version, the AGM-86B. A production order was not placed for the Boeing model and by the time President Carter made his decision to proceed with the ALCM both Boeing and General Dynamics had developed cruise missiles. Boeing won a competitive flyoff between the two missiles and on 25 March 1980 received a contract to produce the AGM-86B.

Boeing delivered the first two ALCMs to the 416th Bombardment Wing, Griffiss AFB, New York, on 11 January 1981. These missiles were used initially by the wing for environmental testing and maintenance training. The first operational missile was assigned to the wing on 23 April 1981. On 15 August 1981, the 416th BMW received the first B-52G modified to carry the ALCM. The bomber could carry six missiles under each wing and had been outfitted with the Offensive Avionics System (OAS) to improve navigation and weapon delivery. The OAS replaced older analog computers and navigation components with a solid-state, digital system, which helped align, target, and launch the missiles. The first ALCM training flight was conducted on 15 September 1981 by the 416th BMW. On 21 September 1982, the 416th became the first operational wing to conduct an ALCM operational test launch, and on 16 December, the 416th was declared the first combat-ready ALCM-equipped wing. In July 1985, the 7th Bombardment Wing at Carswell AFB, Texas, became the first unit to receive ALCM-modified B-52H model bombers. A modified B-52H bomber could carry twenty ALCM missiles, six under each wing and eight mounted internally on a rotary launcher. By 23 August 1986, 98 B-52G aircraft had completed the cruise missile modification program. Boeing completed production of the 1,715th and last ALCM on 7 October 1986.

Specifications
Primary Function: Air-to-surface strategic missile
Contractor: Boeing Aerospace Co.
Guidance Contractors: Litton Guidance and Control
Power Plant: Williams Research Corp. F-107-WR-10 turbofan engine
Thrust: 600 pounds (270 kilograms)
Length: 20 feet, 9 inches (6.29 meters)
Weight: 3,150 pounds (1,417.5 kilograms)
Diameter: 24.5 inches (62.23 centimeter)
Wingspan: 12 feet (3.64 meters)
Range: AGM-86B: 1,500-plus miles (1,305 nautical miles)
Speed: About 550 mph (Mach 0.73)
Guidance System: Litton inertial navigation element with terrain contour-matching updates
Warheads: Nuclear capable
Sensors: A terrain contour-matching guidance system that allows the missile to fly complicated routes to a target through use of maps of the planned flight route stored in on-board computers
Unit Cost: $1 million
Date Deployed: December 1982
Inventory: Active force, 1,628; ANG, 0; Reserve, 0
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The AGM-129A advanced cruise missile

The AGM-129A advanced cruise missile is a stealth, nuclear-capable cruise missile used exclusively by B-52H bombers. The B-52, currently the United States�s only cruise missile carrier aircraft, is useful as a point of comparison in determining host aircraft requirements for ALCMs from transport aircraft. It can carry up to 20 AGM-86B/C or AGM-129A/B missiles Eight carried internally on the common strategic rotary launcher, and six on each wing pylon


The AGM-129A is a subsonic, turbofan-powered, air-launched cruise missile. It is harder to detect, and has greater range and accuracy than the AGM-86 air-launched cruise missile. The ACM achieves maximum range through its highly efficient engine, aerodynamics and fuel loading. B-52H bombers can carry up to six AGM-129A missiles on each of two external pylons for a total of 12 per aircraft.

When the threat is deep and heavily defended, the AGM-129 delivers the proven effectiveness of a cruise missile enhanced by stealth technology. Launched in quantities against enemy targets, the ACM's difficulty to detect, flight characteristics and range result in high probability that enemy targets will be eliminated.

The AGM-129A's external shape is optimized for low observables characteristics and includes forward swept wings and control surfaces, a flush air intake and a flat exhaust. These, combined with radar-absorbing material and several other features, result in a missile that is virtually impossible to detect on radar.

The AGM-129A offers improved flexibility in target selection over other cruise missiles. Missiles are guided using a combination of inertial navigation and terrain contour matching enhanced with highly accurate speed updates provided by a laser Doppler velocimeter. These, combined with small size, low-altitude flight capability and a highly efficient fuel control system, give the United States a lethal deterrent capability well into the 21st century.
Background

In 1982 the Air Force began studies for a new cruise missile with stealth characteristics after it became clear that the AGM-86B would soon be too easy to detect by future air defense systems. In 1983 General Dynamics was awarded a contract to develop the new AGM-129A ACM. The first test missile flew in 1985; the first missiles were delivered to the Air Force in mid-1990.

Plans called for an initial production of approximately 1,500 missiles. The end of the Cold War and subsequent budget cuts led the Air Force to cease production after 460 missiles, with the final delivery in 1993. Several corporate changes during production resulted in Raytheon Missile Systems as the final production firm. The ACM is anticipated to remain in service until 2030.

The AGM-129A ACM carries the W80-1 warhead. Launched from the B-52H at extended distances from enemy borders the missile can fly at either high altitude or low altitude and can follow a preprogrammed multiple-altitude profile.
AGM-129A General Characteristics
AGM-129A Cruise Missile
Country United States United States Flag
Type Air-to-ground strategic cruise missile
Wing Span 3.10 meters 10.17 feet
Length 6.35 meters 20.83 feet
Diameter 0.74 meters 2.41 feet
Weight 1,590 kilograms 3,500 pounds
Range 3,220 kilometers 2,000 miles
Propulsion Williams International Corp. F-112-WR-100 turbofan engine
Guidance Inertial navigation with terrain contour matching and laser Doppler velocimeter updates
Warhead Nuclear capable
Used by Used exclusively by USAF B-52H bombers.

on a side note my birth father worked on this missile an tomahawk AGM-86
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a little wip shot of Tails
quite the half is rough unfolded and sorted
*shui* this model will be tough :faint:
there is a lot of stuff here

both hands with all five fingers
two tails with some little fur pieces
3d fur in the face and the chest
fur everywhere :D

but this will be a really cool one :meow:
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you know me
i just had to do this :D
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