In 2013, Business Insider's Josh Muggia ranked the album the tenth best of the 2000s. Muggia wrote that Get Rich or Die Tryin' "is supremely loopy and misguided", with "shitty production by some of the most prominent producers in the game." He continued, "50 Cent has nothing to say... other than what’s on his album cover: he’s some fat motherfucker with a bandana covering his face and some oversized gold chains, and he’s staring at a bunch of gold." Muggia believed that "the so-beefed up one-stop-shop approach that made G-Unit such a powerhouse was perfected here." However, Muggia wrote, "As dray as all of these songs are, they just don’t do it for me like his best works always did."
The Hornet has been packed with 12 specialized weapons, allowing you to take down your opponent before he takes you down. The Super Hornet's primary weapon is the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (HVAA). This is an infrared-guided guided missile that is used in 40mm (1.6in) KNK-S and ET-21 missiles. The HVAA is also compatible with all missiles and rockets during guided gunnery. The second version of the Hornet's weapon is the Maverick Weapon System, equipped with the infra-red seeker Raptor IR missiles, which has a maximum range of 4-6km (2.5-4mi), making it a close-in weapon for air-to-air combat and a long-range weapon for air-to-ground targeting.
The Hornet has been equipped with the Basic Electronic Attack (BE-A) and Basic Electronic Warfare (BE-EW) special weapons. These are used primarily on IFF-deficient aircraft for electronic attacks. The weapons are equipped with low and medium-frequency HARM missiles, which is guided by the Cougar EW set. The BE-A is also compatible with the Snooper Missile System (SMS), which significantly increases its lethality. d2c66b5586