Perfect for use in games and simulation projects. Originally a Beechcraft aircraft, subsequently marketed as Beech and then Hawker Beechcraft under Raytheon ownership, and now regarded as a Beechcraft product under Textron Aviation, the King Air has most recently been developed into the King Air 350. More capable than earlier versions, the King Air 350 was selected as a special missions platform from the outset against an urgent need to improve intelligence gathering in Afghanistan. This requirement led the MOD to commission an initial four Shadow R Mark 1 aircraft, based on the King Air 350CER, under an Urgent Operational Requirement. Delivered to the RAF to be operated by 5 (AC) Squadron in 2009, the Shadow features an under fuselage electro-optical sensor turret, a variety of integrated sensors and an extensive communications capability, managed from operator consoles in the cabin. Number 5 (AC) Squadron’s Shadow Flight became 14 Squadron in 2011, after the former Tornado unit disbanded at RAF Lossiemouth under the 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review. The Shadow capability was moved from Urgent Operational Requirement status into the core MOD Equipment Programme through the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review and the fleet expanded to six Shadow R1. The existing Shadow fleet is being upgraded, and further expanded to eight aircraft, under the Shadow Mk2 Upgrade Programme. Formats include: 3DS MAX, DXF, OBJ, FBX.