The McDonnell XF-85 Goblin was an American prototype fighter aircraft conceived during World War II by McDonnell Aircraft. It was intended to be deployed from the bomb bay of the giant Convair B-36 bomber as a parasite fighter. The XF-85’s intended role was to defend bombers from hostile interceptor aircraft, a need demonstrated during World War II. Two prototypes were constructed before the program was terminated.
XF-85 will be introduced as a Tier IX in the near future, all stats are from Supertest and subject to change.
|Top speed at sea level||900|
|Top speed at best altitude||900|
|Optimum altitude||2 500|
|Time to turn 360 deg||10.3|
|Top speed at best altitude||139|
|Rounds per minute||1 200|
|Bullet fly distance||167|