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  • Sukhoi Su-32
    of operating conditions It incorporates a phasedarray radar that detects air targets with cross section of 3 sq meters at a range of at least 120 km Thus providing up to 10 targets tracked simultaneously and up to 4 engaged at a time Whereas the ground surface target acquisition range is from 30 to 100 km The avionics system also includes a laser TV station and a powerful automated ECM system The two seat sideby side arrangement provides a direct contact between crew s members and avoids duplication of controls and instruments Modern instrumentation and comfortable cockpit conditions significantly facilitate crew s operation in duration flights The air conditioning system allows crew members to operate in cockpit without oxygen masks up to an altitude of 10 km There is a rest area inside deep fuselage section aft of cockpit where crew s members can stand up to their full height take food etc ARMAMENT The Su 32 combat payload is carried on 12 hardpoints and includes guided weapons R 27R1 ER1 R 27Т1 EТ1 R 73E RVV АЕ AAMs Kh 59МE Kh 31А P KH 29ТЕ L ASMs КАB 500L Кr КАB 1500L Кr laser guided bombs as well as

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  • Sukhoi Su-33
    and enemy water areas The Su 33 is also capable of providing support for naval aviation operations conducting air reconnaissance and carrying out buddy refuelling The Su 33 has canards modified high lift wing devices in flight refuelling equipment and special airborne communications and navigation equipment that ensures above water flights and arrested landings The aircraft takes off from aircraft carrier s ramp and lands using the arresting hook Its outer wing and horizontal stabiliser panels are folding The K 36 ejection seat with increased inclination ensures automatic low altitude ejection in emergency situations EQUIPMENT The aircraft s weapons control system features a pulse Doppler radar operating in trackwhile scan and search and track modes against the earth sea surface background The Su 33 carries an optronic target acquisition system with a helmet mounted target designator a quadruple redundant fly by wire system and an automatic angle of attack g load limiting system ARMAMENT The Su 33 weaponry is carried on 12 external hardpoints and includes R 27R1 ER1 R 27T1 ET1 and R 73E air to air missiles rockets and guided bombs of up to 500kg calibre Fitted with a ventral UPAZ flight refuelling system the aircraft will be

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  • Sukhoi Su-39
    Su 39 automatically flies to the target area and its pre directed TV system is activated 10 12 km away from the target The pilot monitors automatic target selection lock on and switching to the autotracking mode After the first target run the aircraft can either automatically complete a second run or return to home base if the pilot so decides manual control can be resumed only before landing Another novelty in the aircraft s avionics is the pod mounted Kopyo 25 radar The navigation system is supplemented with the A 737 satellite navigation unit which enables automatic target acquisition with up to 15m position accuracy regardless of the distance to the target The upgraded EW system comprises both built in equipment and externally mounted pods The airplane s protection has also been increased the total weight of onboard survivability assets amounts to 1 115 kg A pressurised cockpit offers an increase in the maximum combat altitude to 12 000 m from the baseline aircraft s 7 000 m ARMAMENT The Su 39 weaponry fixed on ten external wing hard points includes 16 Vikhr Vikhr M supersonic antitank missiles Kh 29T air to surface TV homing missiles or Kh 25ML Kh 29L and S 25L laser homing missiles as well as 500kg KAB 500Kr bombs The ordnance includes Kh 58E or Kh 31P anti radiation missiles The aircraft can also carry R 73E R 27R1 and R 27ER1 air to air missiles up to eight B 8M1 or B 13L rocket pods with 20 S 8 rockets and five S 13 rockets each respectively and up to eight S 24 or S 25 rockets The free fall ordnance includes bombs of 100 500kg calibre Eight KMGU cluster bomb pods can be additionally fitted for use against area targets The aircraft

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  • Sukhoi Su-80GP
    The integrated avionics suite provides flight control and navigation monitoring of aircraft systems and equipment and presentation of data on colour LCDs The Su 80GP can be operated autonomously for 50 flight hours or for 15 days from nonequipped airfields and soil runways in the nearground air temperatures ranging from 50 o C to 45 o C Basic specifications Length m 18 26 Wing span m 23 17 Parked height

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  • KLS SUA-7
    each mainplane Sweptback fin with fillet FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual STRUCTURE Generally of composites LANDING GEAR Tricycle type fixed Spring steel cantilever mainwheel legs and steerable nosewheel POWER PLANT One 298 kW 400 hp Chevrolet 502 motorcar engine ACCOMMODATION Seven persons including pilot s All data are provisional DIMENSIONS EXTERNAL Wing span 13 00 m 41 ft 4 in Length overall 10 52 m 34 ft 6 in Height overall 4 06 m 13 ft 4 in AREAS Wings gross 18 02 m 2 194 0 sq ft WEIGHTS AND LOADINGS Weight empty 1 361 kg 3 000 lb Max T O weight 2 358 kg 5 200 lb Max wing loading 129 3 kg m 2 26 80 lb sq ft Max power loading 7 91 kg kW 13 00 lb hp PERFORMANCE Max level speed at S L 171 kt 317 km h 197 mph Cruising speed at 75 power 155 kt 286 km h 178 mph Stalling speed power off flaps down 49 kt 91 km h 56 mph Max rate of climb at S L 366 m 1 200 ft min Service ceiling 3 050 m 10 000 ft T O to 15 m 50

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  • SHANGHAI VANTAGE AIRSHIP MANUFACTURING COMPANY
    its first airship single place CA 50 in September 1999 second is medium sized twin engined CA 80 for advertising aerial photography and surveillance combined flying hours more than 220 by late 2002 Long term plans include 60 tonne payload CA 800 Contact Details Address Shanghai Tel 86 21 39 51 01 81 Fax 86 21 62 46 30 43 E mail This e mail address is being protected from

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  • SAAB AB
    a support organisation Saab Aerosystems Operating areas include defence market including Gripen advanced air combat systems such as UAVs and subsystems for other aircraft Main activity of Aerosystems is development and production of Gripen multirole fighter Aerostructures Work includes floor assemblies pylons and landing gear doors for the Airbus A340 500 600 series and components for A320 Saab also partner in A380 and A400M programmes Builds A380 wing panels first mid and outer leading edge delivered 24 April 2003 crew doors and wingtip panels for Boeing 737 and wing components for Boeing 777 Developing new tactical system for NH90 helicopter under contract placed in early 2002 Saab group sales include 40 per cent exports and are 70 per cent defence related Responsible for fuselage and structural components manufacture for Gripen Airbus Boeing helicopters and other aircraft Saab Support Group services for business units at Linköping co ordinated with other sites Original Industrigruppen JAS AB JAS Industry Group formed 1981 to represent then Saab Scania 65 per cent share Ericsson 16 per cent Volvo Flygmotor 15 per cent and FFV Aerotech 4 per cent in JAS 39 Gripen programme continues to act as contractor for Försvarets Materielverk Defence Materiel Administration FMV and co ordinated JAS 39 Griprn programme within Sweden Volvo Flygmotor became Volvo Aero in 1994 and FFV Aerotech share passed to Celsius in 1990 through merger with Bofors Employees of Saab Aerospace totalled 4 120 in 2001 International marketing of JAS 39 Gripen is now responsibility of Saab and BAE Systems acting jointly since November 1995 current members of JAS Industry Group are subcontractors Workshare on export orders would be Saab 55 per cent BAE 45 per cent under agreement sigued 12 June 1995 BAE involvement also includes manufacture of main landing gear the first of which was delivered

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  • SAFT
    rotary civil and defense Whether providing power for engine starting or energy for emergency back up Saft batteries are unmatched for reliability and safety under all conditions Saft was the first Western company to receive official certification from the relevant aviation authorities of the Community of Independent States former Soviet Union Retrofit and new OEM contracts have been signed with all major Russian aerospace manufacturers like Ilyushin MIL Tupolev Yakivlev

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