|Titan IVA 401 release||347.04 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||10||Download|
|Titan IVA 402 release||363.72 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||2||Download|
|Titan IVA 403 release||268.02 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||1||Download|
|Titan IVB 401 release||314.26 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||2||Download|
|Titan IVB 402 release||330.84 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||3||Download|
|Titan IVB 403 release||235.07 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||3||Download|
|Flags for Titan IV release||213.12 KB||Jul 22, 2020||1.10||1||Download|
Titan IV is a retired expendable launch system in the Titan rocket family. It was manufactured by Lockheed Martin and operated by United States Air Force. Titan IV was launched in 2 different variants: Titan IVA and Titan IVB. Each A and B variants had subvariants denoting mainly the third stage. The Titan 401 had as a third stage Centaur-T with dual RL-10 engines. The Titan 402 had Inertial Upper Stage. The Titan 403, 404 and 405 did not have third stage. The vehicle operated out of Space Launch Complex 40 and 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and Space Launch Complex 4-E at Vandenberg Air Force Base.
I recommend turning on "Advanced tweakables" in KSP settings.
To download each variant of Titan IV, go to the "Files" section.
Also Don’t forget to download the flags for Titan IV in the "Files" section.
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Titan IVA 401, 402, 403
Titan IVB 401, 402, 403
Titan IV First Stage
Titan IV Second Stage
Optional Third Stage (Centaur-T, Inertial Upper Stage)