|Air control center|
- Main article: Air control tower
The air control center is a production structure that allows the deployment of air strikes for the United States Army. Each center can only call in a maximum of three aircraft.
Produces[edit | edit source]
Units[edit | edit source]
|F-35B Lightning II|
Costs 1600. Ground attack aircraft.
Costs 2000 and 1000. Air superiority fighter.
Costs 1000, 2500, and 500. Light bomber.
Upgrades[edit | edit source]
|Early warning radar|
Costs 1500 and 500. Increases the air control center's detection against enemy aircraft, including stealth.
|Rotating bomb bay|
Costs 4000 and 400. Affects B-2 Spirit by doubling its bomb load.
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