Sikorsky CH-53E Super Stallion
The CH-53E Super Stallion is used by US Marine Corps for amphibious assault, carrying heavy equipment and armament, and recovering disabled aircraft; also used by US Navy for vertical onboard delivery and recovery of damaged aircraft from aircraft carriers.
The development of the CH-53E is based on the CH-53D.
Improvements include the addition of a third engine to give the aircraft the ability to lift the majority of the Fleet Marine Force's equipment, improved main rotor blades and composite tail rotor blades.
A dual digital automatic flight control system and engine anti-ice system give the aircraft an all-weather capability.
The helicopter seats 37 passengers in its normal configuration and has provisions to carry 55 passengers with centerline seats installed.
•Accurate and detailed interior and exterior visual models and textures.
•Custom exterior and interior animations such as foldable rotor and pylon, ramp door, EAPS, extendable refuel probe, gauges and switches.
•Fully clickable dynamic virtual cockpit. Perfectly flyable from the VC.
•Many implemented systems such as EAPS, de-ice system, firefighting
•Realistic flight dynamics
•Uses the newest FSX graphic featuires
•Two variants with different paint schemes
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