The F7U is an American tier X carrier-based fighter warplane.

Carrier-based U.S. Navy fighter of the postwar period. Notable design features include no horizontal stabilizer, two engines, and twin rudders.

Predecessor: Vought F6U Pirate

Sucessor: N/A



Hitpoints: 450

Airspeed: 1,029

Firepower: 818

Manuverability: 191

Historical InfoEdit

F7U-3M Cutlass Launches from Intrepid CV11 1954

The Vought F7U Cutlass was a United States Navy carrier-based jet fighter and fighter-bomber of the early Cold War era. It was a highly unusual, semi-tailless design, allegedly based on aerodynamic data and plans captured from the German Arado company at the end of World War II, though Vought designers denied any link to the German research at the time.[1] The F7U was the last aircraft designed by Rex Beisel, who was responsible for the first fighter ever designed specifically for the U.S. Navy, the Curtiss TS-1 of 1922.

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