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Spitfire VII

Mark VII

Spitfire XXII

Mark 24

Summary

The Spitfire is a single seat, single engine fighter aircraft designed and manufactured by Supersubmarine before World War II, making its first flight in 1936 and entering service a year before the start of the second world war. The fighter was built in many different variants, and more Spitfires have been produced than any other British aircraft, with over 20000 built by the end of the war.

Powers and Stats

Tier: 9-C to 9-B with guns, 9-A with bombs and rockets

Name: Spitfire

Origin: The Real World

Classification: Fighter  

Weight: Varies, empty weight is usually 1900-3000kg, maximum weight is much higher, can reach 4000s 

Pilot(s): 1

Needed Prerequisites for Use: Single pilot, ammunition, fuel, training, and a runway with an optimal distance to take off

Used By: Royal Air Force and Navy, many others

Powered By: Either Merlin Engine or Griffon Engine

Operational Timeframe: Several hours

Attack Potency: Street level (The 7.7mm Brownings possess a firepower in this range) to Wall level with guns/cannons (Both the M2 machine guns and the Hispano cannons carried in most versions possess firepower in this range, capable of downing aircraft of similar durability in a single volley), Small Building level with bombs (Spitfires could be fitted with racks on the wings to carry 250 lb bombs, which have a charge-weight ratio of 27-29%, which was filled with either TNT, Amatol, or both, which would put the yield of the bombs in this range) and rockets (RP-3 rockets possess an HE warhead of either TNT or TN/RDX, with the warhead being 5.4 kg to 27 kg)

Range: Hundreds of meters with guns/cannons, up to 1.6km with rockets, any obtainable ground target with bombs 

Speed: Subsonic to Subsonic+ depending on version

Terrain: Air

Material: Aluminum

Durability: Wall level (Is roughly this large)

Weaknesses: None notable

Weaponry:

  • 4 or 8 7.7mm Machine Guns or 2 12.7mm M2 Machine Guns
  • 2 or 4 Hispano Mk. I/II/V cannons
  • 250 lb bombs
  • RP-3 rockets