The F-117 Nighthawk is a single seat, twin engine attack aircraft developed by the secretive Skunk Works division of Lockheed and operated chiefly by the USAF. The aircraft is based on the earlier Have Blue technology demonstrator and was the first operational aircraft to be designed around stealth technology.
The Nighthawk first flew on the 18th of June in 1981, with the aircraft entering service in October 1983, retiring on April 22, 2008. The aircraft was shrouded in secrecy until it was revealed to the public in 1988. It is commonly referred to as the "Stealth Fighter", although it is strictly meant for attack purposes only, lacking any air to air weaponry.
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Tier: Varies from 9-A to 8-C with conventional bombs, 8-A to High 7-C with B61 Nuclear bomb
Name: F-117 Nighthawk
Origin: The Real World
Classification: Stealth Attack Aircraft
Height: 3.78 meters
Length: 20.09 meters
Weight: Empty weight is 13800 kg, loaded is 23800 kg
Needed Prerequisite for Use: 1 pilot, training
In use by: U.S Air Force
Powered by: 2 General Electric F404-F1D2 turbofans
Operational Timeframe: Several hours, higher with mid-air refueling
Attack Potency: Varies from Small Building level to Building level with conventional bombs (It can be equipped with guided bombs ranging from 500 lb to 2000 lb, with yields in similar/comparable ranges to the bombs they are based off of), Multi-City Block level to Large Town level with B61 Nuclear Bomb (The B61 Nuclear Bomb has variable yields of 0.3-340 kilotons)
Range: 1720 km
Speed: Transonic flight speed (Maximum speed is Mach 0.92)
Durability: Wall level (Is this large)
Weaknesses: Barring stealth, it has no defense against enemy fighters.