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  • F4D-1 Skayrey

  • German research delta wing generated enormous interest among U.S. Navy. Group of senior officers of the fleet offered "Douglas" project, based on these studies. In December 1948, with the company "Douglas" was awarded a contract to build two prototypes of machines deltavidnoy wing configuration.


  • F-16A

  • Undoubtedly, F-16 is one of the most famous fighter aircraft of this century. It all started rather unexpectedly - with a pilot program "Light Fighter» (LWF), who oversaw the U.S. Air Force.


  • F-16B

  • F-16B - double training modification perfectly proven aircraft "Fighting Falcon" - has a similar structure to the base model. Second cabin installed in place of one of the fuel tanks. The double execution were ordered two prototypes of the eight F-16, the first twin model started operations in August 1977.


  • F-111

  • combat aircraft F-111 with variable geometry wing developed long and hard, and this has earned probably nickname "Anteater". Development started in 1961 under the technical project of the Ministry of Defense on a new type of promising fighter for the Air Force and Navy.


  • Fi-103 Rayhenburg-IV

  • This plane is interesting to compare with its more well-known modification - doodlebug V-1 ("FAA" 1). Long before the decisive Allied offensive the German High Command decided to use a manned rocket to pinpoint strikes on the most important enemy targets.


  • IA-27 Pulque

  • Airplane "Pellets" ("Arrow") was designed by Emile Devuatenom whose aircraft company exists in France since 1920. It was the first single-seat fighter, designed in Argentina, and more - the first jet aircraft released Argentine aircraft industry.


  • IA-63 Pampa

  • Resemblance machines "Pampa" and "Desso / Dornier" - the result of close cooperation between the Argentine manufacturer FMA and firm "Dornier". Work on the project training jet aircraft capable of replacing in the Argentine Air Force plane MS-760 "Paris" ("Morane-Saulnier"), started in 1979.


  • Meteor F. Mk-8

  • Airplane "Meteor" was designed by George Carter for the Ministry of Aviation and the UK in accordance with the specification F-9/40. It was the only Allied jet used by them in combat.


  • Meteor NF. Mk-11

  • Airplane «Meteor» NF is a two-night fighter. Development of the project began in 1949 and was carried out by "Armstrong-Whitworth." Prototype machine "borrowed" from the two-seat cockpit of a training model T. Mk-7, which was originally designed "Gloucester" as a special project, but was subsequently sold to the Royal Air Force and Navy.


  • Meteor NF. Mk-13

  • Opopulyarnosti English first jet fighter, the following figures. In the period from 1942 to 1954. 3545 "Meteor" in 11 major modifications entered service with at least 12 countries.


  • Meteor NF. Mk-14

  • Egot plane - the last in a series of night fighters "Meteor". Cars new canopy with all-round visibility, elongated nose portion, in addition, modified avionics and aerodynamics body.


  • Meteor PR. Mk-10

  • Model PR. Mk-10 - Modification "Meteor" for aerial photographic reconnaissance, based on a modification of the Mk-9, which appeared in 1950, the Mk-10 is a hybrid of the earlier types of "Meteor": he had elongated wings model Mk 3, Mk-tail 4 and elongated fuselage Mk-9 with a camera in the nose.


  • Meteor U. Mk-16

  • Planes series "Meteor" were gradually replaced by more modern aircraft types, but older machines are not written off - they upgraded to meet the new challenges.


  • Sea Vixen FAW Mk-2

  • Fighter "Sea Vixen", like many other aircraft was in service with the Royal Navy, was designed as an all-weather ground-based interceptor. The prototype, made in 1946, lost in competition with the machine "Dzheyvelin" ("Gloucester"), and the Air Force refused to buy it. Fortunately for the company, "De Havilland", the Royal Navy as a carrier-based aircraft took time, after successful tests aboard the aircraft carrier "Albion" in yanvare1955 year the firm received the order.


  • T-1A

  • Once Japan in 1953 were allowed to resume production of the aircraft, the government immediately issued a firm "Fuji" order for the development of national aircraft with a jet engine to replace supplies from America piston engine T-6 "Texans.


  • Light portable rocket system Grad-P

  • Basing : Portable management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Russia Range: 11 km. year development: 1966 -> Portable 9P132 installation (see photo) - is a tubular rail with T-slot to give the starting rotation shell and easy tripod machine guidance mechanisms and iron sights.


  • 122 mm multiple rocket launcher ship A-215 Grad-M

  • Basing : surface ships management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Thermobaric Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Russia Range: 40km.


  • 122 mm multiple rocket launcher T-122 Sakarya

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, cassette, high-explosive Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Turkey Range: 40km.


  • 122 mm multiple rocket launcher type 89

  • Basing : chassis, Armoured management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette, Incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: China Range: 20km.


  • 127-mm multiple rocket launcher Valkiri Mk 1.22

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: South Africa Range: 22 km. year development: 1982 South African republic began to develop its own 127-mm multiple rocket installation "Valkiri" ("Valkyrie") in 1977.


  • 127-mm multiple rocket launcher Valkiri Mk. II (Bataleur)

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: South Africa Range: 36 km. year development: 1989 In 1985, South Africa began work on creating 127-mm MLRS new generation - "Valkiri" Mk. II, designed to change the system "Valkiri" Mk 1.22. When you create a "Valkiri" Mk. II were the latest achievements in the field of rocket launchers and fire control systems.


  • 128-mm multiple rocket launcher M63 Plamen / M94 Plamen-S

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Yugoslavia Range: 13 km. year development: 1963 128-mm multiple rocket launcher" Plamen "- system of direct fire support to troop formations front edge.


  • 128-mm multiple rocket launcher M-77 Oganj

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Yugoslavia Range: 21 km. year development: 1980 128-mm multiple rocket launcher M77" Oganj "designed to engage manpower, soft-skinned and armored materiel in concentration areas and march, destroying command posts, communications centers, ports and facilities military and industrial infrastructure, remote installation antitank minefields in the combat zone at a distance of 20km.


  • 130mm multiple rocket launcher-type 75

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Japan Range: 14 km. year development: 1975 Development MLRS "Type-75" was developed by specialists of the Technical Research Institute of the Japanese Self-Defense Forces ("Self-Defence Agency Technical Research Institute") in 1965.


  • 130-mm multiple rocket launcher type 82

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: China Range: 10 km. year development: 1982 30-tube 130-mm multiple rocket launcher (MRL) "Type 82" developed by a Chinese corporation NORINCO in the early 80s.


  • 160-mm multiple rocket launcher LAR-160

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Israel Range: 45 km. year development: 1983 The development of multiple launch rocket systems in Israel leads the firm" Israel Military Industries LTD "(TAAS). In the late 70's that was developed by multiple rocket launcher LAR-160.


  • 214-mm multiple rocket launcher Pinaka

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, cassette, high-explosive, incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: India Range: 40km.


  • 262-mm multiple rocket launcher M87 Orkan

  • Basing : chassis management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary, Cassette Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Yugoslavia Range: 50 km. year development: 1985 262-mm multiple rocket launcher M87" Orkan "is designed to engage manpower, soft-skinned and armored materiel in concentration areas, and on the march, the destruction of command points, communications centers and military-industrial infrastructure, remote installation antitank minefields in the combat zone at a distance of up to 50km .. The system was developed Yugoslav Military-Technical Institute in a joint Yugoslav-Iraqi project.


  • 273-mm multiple rocket launcher type 83

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: China Range: 40km.


  • 290-mm multiple rocket launcher MAR-290

  • Basing : Armoured management system: Uncontrolled Warhead: high-explosive/fragmentation/incendiary Application: Multiple rocket launchers Country: Israel Range: 25 km. year development: 1980 To engage targets at firing ranges from 10 to 25 km by" Izrael Military Industries "(IMI) has developed and adopted an Israel Defense Forces ( IDF) 290 mm MLRS MAR-290.




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