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Submitted by:
perspectx
6 years ago

Formats & Files

0.1 MB
3D Studio (.3ds)
px0093__3ds.zip
0.14 MB
Maya (.ma)
px0093__ma.zip
0.11 MB
Lightwave (.lwo)
px0093__lwo.zip
0.13 MB
3DS Max (.max)
px0093__max.zip
0.11 MB
OBJ (.obj)
px0093__obj.zip
0.13 MB
Softimage (.xsi)
px0093__xsi.zip
0.11 MB
Cinema 4D (.c4d)
px0093__c4d.zip

Specifications

GeometryPolygon mesh
Polygons1,812
Vertices1,867
Textures
Yes
Materials
Yes
Rigged
No
Animated
No
3D Printable Ready
No
Game Ready (low poly)
No
UV Mapped
Yes
3D ModelsAircraft→ GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb

GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb 3d model

GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 1 GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 2 GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 3 GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 4 GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 5 GBU/16 Laser Guided Bomb royalty-free 3d model - Preview no. 6
Description This is a detailed model of the GBU/16 Paveway II Laser Guided bomb. Medium detail texture is included. History The Laser Guided Bombs (LGB) were introduced in 1968 to meet the requirements for precision guided bombs of the US military. The semi-active LGBs home on reflected laser beam energy directed on the target. The target illumination can be done by the launching aircraft, by a third aircraft or by ground-based troops operating a laser designator. The LGBs are in fact a laser guidance kit applicable to current conventional unguided bombs. United Kingdom's Royal Air Force (RAF) was the first operator to drop bombs in combat during the conflict of the Falklands in 1982
Price: $9.00
Date added: Aug 06, 2015
Last update: Nov 06, 2015
Product id: 55c3592fccff75b0688b4651
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