|This page is about the aircraft VB.10-02. For other uses, see VB.10 (Disambiguation)|
The VB.10-02 is a Rank IV British twin-engine strike fighter with a battle rating of 4.3 (AB/RB/SB). This aircraft was introduced in Update 1.73 "Vive la France".
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Survivability and armour
- 50 mm Bulletproof glass in front and rear of the cockpit.
The VB.10-02 is armed with:
- 4 x 20 mm Hispano 404 cannon (150 rpg = 600 total)
- 6 x 12.7 mm M2 Browning machine gun (400 rpg = 2,400 total)
The six machine guns and four cannons are arranged in bundles of two mounted in each wing. Each of the cannons contains the same number of rounds and each of the machine guns respectively contains the same number of rounds, however, if fired continuously, the cannons will run out of ammunition before the machine guns will.
Usage in the battles
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Manual Engine Control
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Pros and cons
- Excellent firepower.
- Has an air spawn.
- Very good ammunition capacity.
- Quite fast for heavy fighter.
- Below average climb rate.
- Large target for a single engine aircraft.
- Stock guns jam very quickly.
- Below average turn rate.
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|Dewoitine||D.371 · D.371 H.S.9 · D.373 · D.500 · D.501 · Pallier's D.510 · D.520|
|Morane-Saulnier||M.S.405C1 · M.S.406C1 · M.S.410|
|Arsenal||V.G.33C-1 · VB.10C-1 · VB.10-02|
|Twin-engine||Potez 630 · Potez 631 · S.O.8000 Narval|
|American||H-75A-1 · H-75A-4 · ▄F6F-5 Hellcat · ▄F6F-5N · ▄P-63C-5 Kingcobra · F4U-7 Corsair · ▄F8F-1B Bearcat|
|Other countries||▄Yak-3 · Challe's ▄Yak-9T · NC.900|