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Azúcar Atómico 922
A modern Azúcar Atómico 922 (sketch)


Stealth Multirole Fighter


Sector XI Central American Zone

First Flight

5x6+10-9 November 2110




Active service

Primary users

Central American Aerial Contingent

Number built

50 (10 in service)



The Azúcar Atómico 922 is a line of twin-engined multi-role fighter aircraft designed and produced by Sector XI. Early attempts were made to make it VTOL capable, however it failed as it broke apart and the engines, taken from Dachshund Interceptors detonated spectacularly. Later aircraft for various unrelated reasons did not contain Dachshund engines.


Development started in 2091 with the desire to produce an indigenous fighter aircraft to reduce reliance on foreign products also inspired by the World Justice Uprising. Development started shortly afterwards, however, due to hideous delays the first flight began in 31 November, 2110 (ended in an emergency landing). This caused several issues, notably in how the aircraft was not flown until nearly two years after introduction in 2109, caused mostly by Chief Executive Officer Ömer İşnan electing to abandon refining the project further due to pressures from the Central American Government persuading him to introduce and initiate production of them as quickly as possible.

Operational Specifications

The Azúcar Atómico 922 is a flying wing with two ducted fan engines on either side of the rudimentary cockpit. The wing on either side of the cockpit may be folded up for use on carriers. It contains a fast breeder reactor and enough supplies (including water the Central Americans froze for storage before realising they had not thought it through) to keep the aircraft in the air for an entire week, which is regularly done to keep the few aircraft flying. The amount of shielding on the fast breeder reactor, however, required the aircraft's armour to be as thin as possible to ensure it could fly at high speeds. This has other consequences, such as how the aircraft can only tolerate relatively small amounts of stress before breaking apart and notably can be broken apart by sustained fire of the main gun. High-speed turns, due to the pressure on the airframe, are similarly not recommended. To compensate, the aircraft is capable of gliding after both engines have been destroyed and the wing has been ripped off the folding joints, however landing is markedly more difficult, though possible to perform even if the landing gear is removed forcibly, assuming the ground is flat enough. This ensures the survival of the fast breeder reactor which can be installed into a new aircraft. Central America has teams trained to recover the fast breeder reactor and the pilot's remains.

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