MX Brazilian Air Force Low-poly 3D model

In early 1977, the Italian Air Force issued a requirement for 187 new-build strike fighters, which were to replace its existing Aeritalia G.91 in the close air support and reconnaissance missions, as well as the F-104 Starfighter being used for the interdiction role and for tactical duties.[1] Rather than competing for the contract, Aeritalia (now Alenia Aeronautica) and Aermacchi agreed to make a joint proposal, as both firms had been considering the development of a similar class of aircraft for some years. Aermacchi had worked on a design study for a light ground attack aircraft, designated MB-340, during the early 1970s. Development work on the joint venture began in April 1978.[2] The detailed definition phase of the project was completed in March 1980.

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  • Autodesk FBX 2013 (.fbx)653 KB
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  • Publish date2014-09-25
  • Model ID#81469
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  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
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  • Polygons 15,345
  • Vertices 16,037
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