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    develop fifth generation fighter 6 Yugoslavia reorganises air force 7 MIG 29 upgrade planning focuses on commonality 8 Kh 29 Short Range Air to Surface Missile Family 9 STRELETS Control Equipment and Launch Module Set for Igla Type Guided Missiles 10 RVV AE Medium Range Air to Air Missile 11 R 27 Medium Range Air to Air Missile Family 12 R 33E Long Range Air to Air Missile 13 IGLA

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    Z LIFE 12th Air Force B 17 bombers Atlanta Airport Aviation Country Club AVRO Canada B 25 Story B 36 Story B 52 Bomber BOAC De Havilland Comet Charles Lindbergh Curtiss P 40 Warhawk Detroit Story F 102 Air Age F 104 Air Age Flying Tiger Line Flying Yacht Martin Navy Bomber McDonald RF 101 Voodoo Middle East Crisis Midway Airfield North American XB 70 Valkyrie Northrop F 89 Scorpion

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  • LOOP TV
    take off of Victor Bob Prothero explains what happened Media Dim lights AERO Friedrichshafen report Tecnam Cirrus Autogyro Cavalon and more Media Dim lights Aerobatic kit built SIlence Twister Media Dim lights Aerobatic YAK55 an owners view Media Dim lights AgustaWestland AW139 HM COASTGUARD Media Dim lights Airbus A380 arrival at EAA Airventure Oshkosh 2009 Media Dim lights Airbus A380 What it is like to fly at Oshkosh 2009 Media

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  • Aviation Links: Aircraft & Aero Engine Manufacturers
    Evektor Aerotechnik Express Aircraft Co Facetmobile Fairchild Dornier Farnborough Aircraft Farrington Aircraft Air Space America Inc FFA Flugzeugwerke Alterhein AG FH 1100 Manufacturing Corp Firebird FK 12 Comet FK Lightplanes FK Leichtflugzeuge Flight Design Flug Werk Flycopters Flying Platform VTOL One Man Lift System Fly Synthesis Fly Synthesis Australia Fokker The Fokker Aircraft Page Unofficial Found Aircraft Canada Inc Four Winds Aircraft Foxbat Aircraft Australia Freedom Motors International Frontier Aircraft General Avia South Ltd New Zealand F22 Pinguino Aircraft Sales General Electric General Electric GE Transportation Aircraft Engines Geobat Flying Saucer Aviation Inc Gevers Aircraft Gippsland Airvan Africa Gippsland Aeronautics Pty Ltd GKN Aerospace Glasair Aviation Gorbunov Kazan Aircraft Production Association Graal glider Grob Grob Grob Aerospace Groen Brothers Aviation Groen Brothers Aviation Groen Brothers Aviation Grupo Aeromot Gulfstream Gyrobee Gyrodyne Helicopter Historical Foundation Hart Aero Light Sport Aircraft Hawker Beechcraft Head Balloons Inc Hot Air Balloons Helibras Helicopteros do Brasil Helio Aircraft Company HESA Iran Aircraft Manufacturing Ind Co Hiller Aircraft Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Homebuilt Homepage Hornet tandem light aircraft trainer kit HPower Ltd Hughes Electronics Corporation The Hughes Group of Companies Home of the Australian LightWing Hugo Junkers Homepage Humming Bird Helicopters Inc Huntwing IAI Israel Aircraft Industries Ltd IAR ICON Aircraft Ikarus Leichtflugzeuge IndUS Aviation Infinity Aerospace Ing Nando Groppo s r l International Aero Engines Intracom General Machinery S A IPTN IvanovAero Izhevsk Electromechanical Work IEMZ Izard Pacific Aviation Jabiru Jabiru Aircraft Australia Jabiru Southern Africa Jabiru UK Jabiru USA Suncoast Jabiru Jefferson Jyrodynes Inc JetProp DLX JGAircraft Jim Kimball Enterprises Inc Jodel Jordan Aerospace Industries JSC Orlaivis Just Aircraft LLC dead link Anyone have a new URL Kaman Kaman Aerospace Corporation Kaman Corporation Kamov Kavanaugh Balloons Kawasaki Kazan Helicopters Ken Brock Manufacturing Kestrel Aerospace Kharkov State Aircraft Manufacturing Company KSAMC Khrunichev Center Aircraft Production KLS Composites Kolb Kolb Aircraft Australia The New Kolb Aircraft Company KR Home Page Rand Kubicek Balloons Kumertau Aircraft Production Enterprise Lake Aircraft Lake Aircraft Lake Aircraft Lambert Aircraft Lancair Laron Aviation Technologies Inc dead link Anyone have a new URL Lehrmeister LH Aviation Limair Industry The Light Aircraft Company Ltd The Lightship Group Lindstrand Balloons Lockheed Martin Code One Magazine Online Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company Palmdale CA Lockheed Martin LMTAS The Fighter Enterprise Splash Page Luscombe Silvaire Aircraft Company LZ Aeronautical Industries Inc Magni Gyro Mag Power Inc Mainair Sports Manque Aircraft Masquito Aircraft Maule Air Incorporated Maule Flight Inc MD Helicopters Media Zepp Medway Microlights Merlin Aircraft Meyers Aircraft Company MICCO Aircraft Company Microlight Aviation Indian Microlight Light Sport Aircraft and Autogyro Manufacturer Microturbo Ltd The MiG Corporation Mil Euromil Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant Mineseeker Mini 500 Helicopter Mid American Helicopter Minor General Aviation Ltd ModiFly Modifying Flight Moller International Molniya Research Industrial Corporation Mooney Aircraft Corporation Moravan Moravan a s Moravan Aeroplanes Inc Morava Zlin Aero Service SRO MSL Aero MSW Aviation MTU Murphy Aircraft Mustang Aeronautics Inc MXR Technologies Inc Mylius Flugzeugwerk GmbH Co KG Nando Groppo Navion Navion Aircraft LLC The New

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  • All the World's Aircraft
    and J400 KLS SUA 7 Louit Cougar Myasishchev M 101T Gzel Sokol Myasishchev M 55 NLA AC 500 AIRCAR Pilatus PC 12 Reims F406 Caravan II SAC Y 8 SAIC LE 500 Little Eagle SAIC Y 5 Sapphire LSA Mk II Storch SS Mk 4 Sukhoi Su 26 Sukhoi Su 80GP Tupolev Tu 134 Tupolev Tu 214 Tupolev Tu 334 Tupolev Тu 204 Tupolev Тu 204 300 Tupolev Тu 414 XAC MA60 Yakovlev Yak 42D Yakovlev Yak SKh Military aircraft Aeritalia G91 Aermacchi MB 326 Aermacchi MB 326K Aermacchi MB 339 Aero L 29 Delfin AERO L 39 and L 139 ALBATROS Aerospatiale CM 170 Magister Aerospatiale TB 30 Epsilon Aerospatiale TB 31 Omega AIDC AT 3 Tzu Chung AIDC Ching Kuo Airbus A310 Airbus A321 AGS Airbus MPA Airtech CN 235 Alenia C 27J Spartan Alenia G222 AMX International Atlas Cheetah Avioane IAR 99 Soim BAe Hawk BAE Systems Advanced Aircraft Studies BAE Systems Nimrod MRA Mk 4 Beriev A 40 Beriev A 50 CAC FC 1 XIAOLONG CAC J 10 CAC J 7 Canadair CL 41 Tutor CASA C 101 Aviojet Cessna 170 Cessna A 37 Dragonfly Dassault Mirage Dassault Rafale de Havilland Canada DHC 4 Caribou de Havilland Canada DHC 5 Buffalo Eurofighter Typhoon Fairchild Republic A 10A Thunderbolt GAIC FTC 2000 SHANYING and CY 1 GAIC JJ 7 General Dynamics F 111 General Dynamics F 16 Fighting Falcon Grumman F 14A Tomcat HAIG L 15 I 3 I 7 I 75 Ilyushin IL 114MP Ilyushin IL 114P Ilyushin IL 22 M11RT Ilyushin IL 38 Ilyushin IL 76 Ilyushin IL 76MD IL 76MF Ilyushin IL 78MK KAI F 16C D Fighting Falcon Let 410 Turbolet LMAASA AT 63 Pampa Lockheed F 117 Night Hawk Lockheed Martin F 22 Raptor McDonnell Douglas C 17 Globemaster McDonnell Douglas F 15 Eagle McDonnell Douglas F A 18 Hornet MIG 19 MiG 21 MiG 21 93 MiG 23 MiG 27 MiG 25 MiG 29 MiG 29K KUB MiG 29M M2 MiG 29SE MiG 29SMT MiG 29UB MiG 31 MiG 31E MiG AT NAMC JL 8 Northrop Grumman B 2 Spirit Saab 105 Saab J35 Draken SAC F 8 IIM SAC J 11 SAC J 8 II SAC J X Sukhoi Su 24M Sukhoi Su 27 Sukhoi Su 27SKM Sukhoi Su 30MK Sukhoi Su 30MK2 Sukhoi Su 32 Sukhoi Su 33 Sukhoi Su 35 Sukhoi Su 39 T 45 Goshawk Tupolev Tu 22M3E XAC JH 7 Yakovlev Yak 130 Ye 150 Ye 152 Ye 152A Ye 152M Ye 166 Helicopters Aerospatiale Alouette II Aerospatiale Alouette III Aerospatiale SA 321 Agusta A129 Mangusta Agusta Westland AW101 AH 64 Apache Aktay Ansat Bell UH 1 Iroquois Bell V 22 Osprey Boeing Sikorsky RAH 66 Comanche CHAIG Z 11 CHAIG Z 8 CHRDI Z 10 Eurocopter X3 Groen Gyrolifter Groen Gyroliner Groen Hawk 4 Groen Revcon 6G HAI Z 9 HAITUN HAL Dhruv HAL LCH Kamov Ka 115 Kamov Ka 226 Kamov Ka 27PS Kamov Ka 28 Kamov Ka 29 Kamov Ka 31 Kamov Ka

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  • Fairchild Republic A-10A Thunderbolt
    external ordnance load of 7257kg 16 000lb options including AGM 65 Maverick anti armour missiles cluster bombs laser guided bombs conventional bombs and AIM 9 Sidewinders OPERATORS USA HISTORY Nicknamed the Warthog the A 10 Thunderbolt II was conceived during the Vietnam War as a close support aircraft for low intensity conflicts but grew into a dedicated anti armour platform optimised for war in western Europe The unsuitability of its supersonic tactical fighters in close air support roles in the Vietnam War saw the US Air Force formulate its AX specification This called for an aircraft that could haul a heavy load of ordnance had good endurance to loiter for long periods and could survive damage from ground fire Originally it was envisaged that a twin turboprop design would fill the role although the concept grew to a larger more powerful aircraft powered by twin turbofans In the early 1970s designs from Northrop and Fairchild Republic were selected for a competitive fly off which occurred in late 1972 The A 10 first flight April 5 1972 was selected over Northrop s YA 9 with the result that 707 production A 10A Thunderbolts were built More than any other aircraft the A 10 s design layout was dictated by survivability The large low set straight wing provides good agility and a degree of shielding for the two high mounted engines The engines themselves are separated by the fuselage so a hit to one will not necessarily damage the other while the aircraft can fly with substantial damage to one of its twin vertical tails The pilot is also protected in a titanium armour bathtub The heart of the A 10 s weapon system is the massive GE GAU 8 seven barrel 30mm cannon the most powerful gun to be fitted to

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  • Cessna A-37 Dragonfly
    by side ARMAMENT One 7 62mm GAU 2 minigun in forward fuselage Eight underwing hardpoints can carry a total ordnance load of 1860kg 4100lb including bombs rockets and gun pods OPERATORS Chile Columbia Ecuador El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Peru South Korea Thailand Uruguay HISTORY The US Air Force s decision to evaluate the suitability of an armed version of the T 37 Tweet jet trainer for light attack counter insurgency work was a fruitful one as the resulting A 37 saw widespread active service in Vietnam where it was well suited to the type of conflict fought there In 1962 the USAF s Special Air Warfare centre began evaluating two T 37Bs to test the type s suitability for the counter insurgency COIN role After initial testing the two T 37Bs were modified to YAT 37D standard first flight October 22 1963 and fitted with two 10 7kN 2400lb General Electric J85 GE 5 turbojets Testing proved positive but initially nothing came of the concept until the Vietnam War intensified In 1966 the USAF contracted Cessna to convert 39 T 37Bs to light attack A 37A Dragonfly standard Apart from the GE turbojets the A 37As introduced eight underwing hardpoints extra fuel capacity in wingtip tanks armour protection attack avionics larger wheels and tyres and an internal 7 62mm minigun Twenty five A 37As were successfully evaluated in operational conditions in Vietnam from mid 1967 these aircraft were later transferred to full operational service and were passed to the South Vietnamese AF in 1970 The success of the A 37A led to the definitive A 37B with uprated engines an inflight refuelling probe and increased internal fuel capacity while the airframe was stressed for 6g rather than 5g In all 577 A 37Bs were delivered to the USAF and export

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  • Beriev A-40
    worldlargest aircraft of this type Its maiden flight was performed on 8 December 1986 Two prototypes were built The Be 42 SAR amphibian powered by two D 27A propfans was derived from the A 40 and is currently under construction Basic specifications Length m 43 84 Wing span m 41 6 Wing area sq m 200 0 Max take off weight kg 86000 Max speed km h 820 Cruising speed

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