|Length||48.1 ft (14.7 m)|
|Wingspan||27.2 ft (8.29 m)|
|Height||14.9 ft (4.26 m)|
|Loaded weight||13,800 lb (6.260 kg)|
|Maximum speed||1.100 mph km/h (1.770 km/h)|
|Range||350 mi (560 km)|
|Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. |
H.A.W.X. 2 (Wii version)
The Grumman X-29 was an American experimental aircraft that tested a forward-swept wing, canard control surfaces, and other novel aircraft technologies. The X-29 was developed by Grumman, and the two built were flown by NASA and the United States Air Force. The aerodynamic instability of the X-29's airframe required the use of computerized fly-by-wire control. Composite materials were used to control the aeroelastic divergent twisting experienced by forward-swept wings, and to reduce weight. The X-29 first flew in 1984; two X-29s were flight tested over the next decade.
- In real life, only two were built for testing, not combat.
- It is not one of the required fighters in the first game's campaign.