“Circle a target, performing 2 powerful strafing runs and suppressing buildings (causing them to operate slower). To deploy our aircraft, tap any building, or unit in enemy's base. When they've finished their attack, they may be redeployed.”

Historical Description[edit | edit source]

Strike fighters are a class of aircraft that combines a ground attack role with air-to-air capabilities. One of the earliest examples was the Italian Fiat G.91, nicknamed 'Gina.' In 1953, NATO declared a competition for a new strike fighter design for its members. The G.91 won, though only Italy, West Germany, and Portugal ended up using it; the British, French, and Americans pursued their own designs. The G.91 notably served in the Portuguese Colonial War from 1961-1974. The last G.91s were retired in the 1990s.

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