North American F-82E Twin Mustang
The U.S. Army Air Force's escort fighter developed to cover the Air Force's requests prior to the jet model's mass production. A further development of the P-82B.
- Special aircraft
| Gun Armament
|12.7 mm M3 (W)
|Bombs and Rockets
|5'' HVAR Mk. 25
|Top Speed at Best Altitude,
|Maximum Dive Speed,
|Average Time to Turn 360 deg,
|Rate of Roll,
|Rate of Climb,
The specifications are shown for a crew with 100% proficiency.
Indicates the capacity to withstand enemy fire. Factors in aircraft durability and the coefficients of resistance to critical damage and fire.
Indicates the capacity to damage aerial targets with forward-firing autocannon and machine guns as well as defensive turrets. Factors in damage, range, and accuracy.
Indicates the capacity to damage ground targets with bombs and rockets. Factors in damage and resupply time.
Indicates the capacity to engage in maneuvering combat. Factors in time to turn 360 degrees and rate of roll.
Indicates the capacity to engage in combat at a high speed. Factors in airspeed, acceleration, and boost efficiency.
Indicates the capacity to engage in combat at a high altitude. Factors in the optimum altitude range and maximum flight altitude.