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|Vehicle in Just Cause 3|
|Type||Jet fighter/Attack aircraft/Bomber|
|Weapons||Bombs and unguided rockets|
|List of owners||Medici Military|
|Top speed (km/h)||323 (level) 328 (diving)|
|Top speed (mph)||~201.9|
It's a two engine attack aircraft.
It's based on a fourth-generation jet fighter, but is actually an attack aircraft and not a fighter. It resembles several real aircraft:
- Sukhoi 27 - general shape.
- Boeing F/A-18E/F - front of the fuselage, tailplane and engines.
- MiG-29 - rest of the fuselage.
- F-16 - wings, nose and canopy.
- Eurofighter Typhoon - engine air intakes.
- Sukhoi 50/57 - "leading edge root extensions".
Slightly slower than the CS7 Thunderhawk.
It is equipped for an attacking role, as its armament is unguided rockets and bombs.
Given that the airplane is equipped with bombs, it makes an excellent ground attack aircraft. Smaller military settlements can be wiped out in a couple of good strafing runs.
The Dravec isn't a fighter, but air to air combat is still possible, but with difficulty due to the lack of guided missiles or a cannon. A CS7 Thunderhawk is recommended for this role.
Described in the rebel drop info as: "Rain fire from the sky with the U-7 Dravec, equipped with both rockets and bombs for carpeting your enemies in chaos."
- Vulture military airport.
- Griphon military airport.
- Guardia Litore Torto II.
- Falco Maxime: Centcom.
- Porto Cavo.
- At a small unmarked airfield in north-west Maestrale, south of Porto Tridente. See below picture. It will always be there, even if you conquer Maestrale. It's hidden in one of the hangars at approximately N 40 48.830 E 5 33.305.
- Shows up as air support at Porto Tridente.
- Unlocked for Rebel drop after liberating Vulture.
- The same above bases will spawn the Rebellion variant after liberating them.
- Provided for Son of Medici. Although a CS7 Thunderhawk could also be provided.
- Refugio Umbra.
- The name might be referencing the U2 spy plane, an American plane used to spy on the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
- Dravec is Czech for predator.
- It is the first aircraft in the Just Cause Game Series equipped with bombs, and was a largely suggested feature.
- Attempting to drop bombs when you are flying upside down will cause the bombs to hit your plane, killing Rico.
- The jet is equipped with an air brake. See below picture.
- When one of these takes off from Vulture and Rico is not driving, it will fly in the direction of Boom Island with a few turns on the way. The plane will not stop.
- The game incorrectly describes the Dravec as a fighter, as realistically its armament of rocket pods and bombs would classify it as a bomber, although the lack of a cannon is strange. This could be due to game limits however, as all vehicles seem to be limited to two weapons.
- This is the fastest plane in JC3 with a maximum speed of 328 km/h.