The EF-111A Raven is an advanced electronic warfare aircraft with a powerful jamming capability.


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EF-111 Raven

The Raven was an electronic warfare aircraft built to replace the Douglas EB-66. It was developed from the FB-111A Aardvark and is often called by it’s nickname “Spark-Vark”. The EF-111 has the same jamming systems as the EA-6B Prowler including the distinctive 'football' tail pod for the ALQ-99 jamming device but whereas the EA-6B is subsonic the EF-111 is capable of matching the speeds of most modern supersonic strike aircraft thus increasing its usefulness in combat. On the other hand the EF-111 only has one station for an Electronic Warfare Operator whereas the EA-6B has three which means the Prowler can deal with a greater number of threats.

Unlocked at Level 4


Class: Multi-Role

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Speed: About 90% (Mach 2.2)

Length: 76.0 ft.

Wingspan: 63-32 ft.

Height: 20.0 ft.

Range: 2,000 mi

Service Ceiling: 45,000 ft.

Lift to Drag Ratio: 15.8 (F-111)

Release Date: March 10th, 1977.

Retired: 1998

Manufacturer: General Dynamics


Low Payload - This plane carries a reducaed amount of ammunition.

Electronic Warfare - Has the T.O.P unit in Team Deathmatch.


  • Joint Strike Missile
  • Multi Target AA Missile
  • All Aspect Missile
  • Cluster Bomb unit
  • Free-fall bomb
  • Flares

Weapon PacksEdit

  • Air Domination I - 120 Joint Strike Missile, 32 Multi Target AA Missile, 5 Flares
  • Close Air Support II - 120 Joint Strike Missile, 40 All Aspect Missile, 36 Cluster Bomb unit, 5 Flares
  • Ground Suppression - 120 Joint Strike Missile, 60 Free-fall bomb,5 Flares

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