This category contains pages related to vehicles in the Hornet series.
The F7 Hornet Series are a series of ships by Anvil Aerospace. They are mostly dedicated towards combat and dogfighting. They are (and have been) some of the most powerful dogfighting ships in Star Citizen.
|The original Hornet that all other variants are based off. It has been the primary military fighter of the UEE Navy for hundreds of years. It's not available to the general public for purchase.|
|The F7A Hornet Mk II is the latest Military version of the Hornet. It is used by the elite pilots of UEE Navy.|
|The F7A-R Hornet Tracker is the military version of the Hornet tracker.|
|The F7C Hornet is the base model and the civilian version of the Hornet.|
|The F7C-M Super Hornet has the closest possible loadout to F7A Hornet. It features an extra passenger seat and an advanced weapon loadout.|
|A scouting variant that can also be use for command and control. It features a radar instead of a turret.|
|The F7C-S Hornet Ghost is the stealth version of the Hornet. It has reduced emissions and Void armor to evade scanners.|
F7C Hornet "Wildfire"
|Part of the Masters of Flight series, with a custom livery, the Wildfire pays tribute to famed pilot Aria Reilly for her distinguished service with the legendary Squadron 42.|
The F7C Hornet is the first civilian ship produced by Anvil Aerospace. Due to the UEE military secrecy laws, that 60% of the military hardware in a given spacecraft cannot be offered to the civilians, Anvil has to replacing existing systems without being given access to their military equivalents. In some cases, designers must reconstruct subsystems based solely on publicly available holographs. Civilianizing top-of-the-line military spacecraft is a frustrating process, but one that has proved ultimately valuable for Anvil: company profits rose 34% after the first civilian model F7C Hornet was made available.
The original F7A Hornet was created by CGBot and it was used in the first pitch video of Star Citizen in the Kickstarter campaign in 2012. Because F7A will be featured in Squadron 42 as a hero ship, in 2016, CIG decided to update the F7A Hornet to current standard since its mesh is still the old CGBot model.
The F7A Hornet Mk II is designed by Chris Smith (Lead Vehicle Artist) in CIG Austin. The idea was to keep the original Hornet F7 MK1 series in the game and then add the F7A MK2 model, modelled completely new from the ground up with the latest techniques and pipeline procedures in 2016, as Chris Roberts thought it would be cool to have the classic Hornet and the new version run side by side, and players would have the opportunity to keep the old MK1 as a classic collectors item.
- The F7A Hornet was originally featured in the Star Citizen Kickstarter trailer.
- At first the Hornet was to be a light fighter, but then after designs came back with it being heavily armed and beefy.
- The original F7A Hornet paid homage to the Hornet from  which was a light fighter the player started out in.
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- Introducing the Anvil Hornet Lineup. Transmission - Comm-Link
- Around the Verse 3.3. Transmission - Comm-Link
- Galactic guide: WillsOp Systems. Transmission - Comm-Link
- The F7C-M Super Hornet - Ship page. Pledge Store
- The F7C-R Hornet Tracker - Ship page. Pledge Store
- The F7C-S Hornet Ghost - Ship page. Pledge Store
- The Hornet F7C Wildfire - Ship page. Pledge Store
- Anvil Aerospace. Spectrum Dispatch - Comm-Link
-  - SQ42 Extended Trailer
Pages in category "F7 Hornet series"
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