Exhibit: F/A-18 Korea
Comments: Hornet: Korea was one of the most realistic flight sims around 1n 1997 and it ran very well on a modest (Pentium) system. Royal Australian Air Force pilots regard this sim as a very accurate portrayal of the Hornet flight model.
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The flight model is one of the most fluid around and energy management in a dogfight becomes a desperate necessity!
This sim is worth buying just for the in-game training information.
The Hornet was conceived from the word go as a dual-role aircraft, hence the designation F/A-18, which means Fighter-Attack. It was meant to supplement the role of the F-14 Tomcat, providing shorter range Air defense and to totally replace the A-7 Corsair and A-6 Intruder.
Taking off in the Hornet.
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