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  • FOUND
    the FBA 2 Bush Hawk beginning deliveries in mid 2000 An XP version was introduced in 2001 and at least eight have now been built Contact Details Address RR 2 Site 12 Box 10 Georgian Bay Airport Parry Sound Ontario P2A 2W8 Canada Tel 1 705 378 05 30 Fax 1 705 378 05 94 URL www foundair com A B C D E F G H I J K

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  • MiG-25
    requirements and space for tip mounted sensors A single main fence is provided ea upper surface at approx mid span w a secondary fence a little further outboard Single segment hydraulically actuated Fowler type flaps are mounted inboard of each hydraulically actuated aileron All control linkages are mechanical The horizontal tail surfaces w 50 leading edge sweep angle are slab type stabilators and provide both pitch and roll control Twin vertical tails w 60 leading edge sweep angle and slight outward cant provide necessary vertical surface area tor high directional stability in high speed flight Each vertical tail is equipped w a single piece hydraulically actuated rudder Each engine nacelle empennage area mounts a single large ventral fin w retractable sprung tail skids tor improved directional stability at high Mach and high a o a Landing Gear The tricycle landing gear is conventional in both appearance and design Retraction of all three units is in forward direction Retraction and extension are hydraulically actuated Nose gear tires have a dimension of 25 6 in 65 cm dia main gear tires of 47 25 in 1 2 m dia Main gear track is 23 ft 1 in 7 20 m There is a compartment for a dual canopy drag chute located on the aft end of the empennage between the vertical tail surfaces It is pneumatically deployed Miscellaneous Equipment Initial interceptor versions of the MiG 25 are equipped w the RP 25 Smerch NATO Foxfire radar w 52 mi 85 km range and w pulse search and track capability later interceptor versions are equipped w the NATO High Lark IV radar w pulse search and track and a multiple target indicating capability Reconnaissance configurations are equipped w broad spectrum sensors including optical and electronic At least two different side looking airborne radar systems are included in reconnaissance configurations w MiG 25RB second generation aircraft apparently totally dedicated to electronic intelligence of this kind as it has no visible optical sensor capability of any kind Other equipment includes SRZO 2 NATO Odd Rods IFF SOD 57M ATC SIF w antenna in right vertical fin tip Syrena 3 radar warning system ECCM and associated decoy and jamming equipment SP 50 NATO Swift Rod ILS equipment a PKI gunsight a retractable IRST and an MRP 56P marker beacon receiver Powerplant Fuel Currently two 30 864 lb 14 000 kg th Tumansky R 31 300 turbojet engines Earlier aircraft were powered by two 24 728 lb 11 217 kg th Tumansky R 15B 300 R 15BFZ 300 in record setting aircraft turbojet engines Fed by ramp type intakes w electronically controlled variable geometry ramps in throat to regulate mass flow and shock wave formation Intake lower lip is hinged to increase mass flow during taxi and at low airspeeds R 31 length is approx 19 ft 3 in 6 m dia of 4 ft 9 in 1 5 m Engines use water methanol injection for pre compressor section cooling to increase mass flow Fuel quantity is

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/military-aircraft/1074-mig-25.html (2016-02-13)
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  • MiG-31
    gear retract slightly forward and up and nose gear retract aft Main landing gear is novel design optimized for improved rough field handling though there also is some indication that the design also is optimized primarily to fit w in the wheel well constraints of the lower fuselage Main gear each have two wheels and tires though separate staggered axles and strut assemblies Main gear ea equipped w disc brakes Nose gear is steerable and equipped w mud guard A dual canopy drag chute is housed in a compartment in the ventral area of the empennage and is integral with the ventral fairing which runs down the aircraft centerline Miscellaneous Equipment Retractable infrared sensor unit above nose and in front of windscreen offset to right side of aircraft and retractable laser range finder under nose NATO Flash Dance radar has a search range of 186 mi 300 km and a track range of 168 mi 270 km Powerplant Fuel Two medium bypass P Solovyov Type D engines w 31 980 lb 14 506 kg th ea Large aux bypass doors mounted on the top side of each intake to accommodate mass flow requirements at high Mach Intake design essentially rectangular Superficially resembles intake seen on MiG 25 but somewhat larger Like MiG 25 intake however lower lip is hinged to increase mass flow during taxi and at low speeds MiG 31 almost certainly has done away w water methanol injection system Internal fuel capacity of 5 385 gal 20 382 lit Optional aux tanks capable of providing an additional 820 gal 3 100 lit can be carried on two wing pylons and fuselage centerline pylon Armament Normal load is eight air to air missiles Options are R 23 NATO AA 7 Apex both R 23T w infrared homing and R

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  • FRATI
    manufactured by Aermacchi as the SF 260 SF 600A Canguro for SIAI Marchetti and now VulcanAir and F 20 Pegaso The F 8 Falco is marketed as a kit aircraft by Sequoia Aircraft Corporation Frati has designed a new four seat all composites tourer with a 194 kW 260 hp engine current projects are the F 1000 light jet and the F 2500 twin turboprop Contact Details Address Via Noe

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  • GIFAS
    and launch vehicles plus major systems equipment subassemblies and associated software GIFAS represents the industry on French European and international bodies both public and private co ordinates industrial and business activities and harmonises technical trade and business procedures GIFAS examines economic social financial and technical regulations likely to affect its members interests be it public contracts multinational programmes standardisation or other important issues Through the Institut Aeronautique Spatial Aerospace Institute

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/g/730-gifas.html (2016-02-13)
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  • FUJI
    14 December 2000 has been selected to manufacture new T 7 trainer and will be prime contractor for JGSDF AH 64D also manufactures wings tailplanes and canopies for Kawasaki T 4 tail units and canopies for Kawasaki OH 1 wings and tail units for Mitsubishi F 2 outer wings nacelles and tail unit for ShinMaywa US 1A Commercial aircraft components produced are spoilers inboard and outboard ailerons for Boeing 747 outboard flaps for Boeing 757 wing body fairings and main landing gear doors for Boeing 767 and 777 plus front centre wing box for 777 and complete wing sets for the Hawker Horizon business jet Company was selected in May 2000 as risk sharing subcontractor to produce composites fuselages for Bell Agusta BA609 tiltrotor with deliveres to start in FY03 named in June 2002 as components source for Airbus A380 Other products include BQM 34AJKai modified Firebee and J AQM 1 target drones and RPH 2 and FFOS unmanned helicopters Fuji has participated in such projects as design of the HOPE X space shuttle and development of an NAL aero spaceplane Research continues towards an SST HST supersonic hypersonic transport including a thermal protection system heat resistant structures and composites

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  • MiG-29UB
    ground especially on poorly organized airfields and aprons EQUIPMENT The weapons control system consists of a radar targeting system with the N 019 radar and an electro optical targeting navigation system with an air target acquisition lock on and tracking optical locating system including an IR search and track system and a laser rangefinder as well as a helmet mounted target designation system A unique avionic system has been created thanks to the radar optical locator and helmetmounted sight data fusion and algorithms integration Data exchange between the optical locator and radar has helped to notably enhance noise immunity of the aircraft targeting system as a whole The MiG 29 helmetmounted target designation system is used for quick locking on to air targets visually detected by the pilot through the cockpit glass allowing him to designate a target within one second to the radar optical locating station or directly to the missile seeker with an accuracy adequate enough for effective weapons employment ARMAMENT The aircraft weapons include the GSh 301 built in gun as well as the R 27R1 and R 73E air to air guided missiles rockets and bombs suspended under six external stores hardpoints VARIANTS The MiG 29UB is designed for instructing and training pilots to fly the aircraft intercept air targets and engage air and ground targets within the MiG 29 s altitude airspeed combat envelope It can also perform separate combat missions autonomously and within a MiG 29s group The MiG 29UB differs from the combat fighter mainly by its two seat cockpit absence of the targeting radar and R 27R1 guided missiles The aircraft and its engines flight navigation system armaments communication aids and in cockpit warning systems can be managed from both cockpits The instructor s cockpit accommodates a failures simulation console and a

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/reviews/military-aircraft/1075-mig-29ub.html (2016-02-13)
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  • MiG-29SMT
    s service life reaches 4 000 hours or 40 years with on condition maintenance EQUIPMENT The aircraft features an open architecture avionics suite up to date information control cockpit environment with two multifunctional button fitted liquid crystal colour indicators and HOTAS arrangement System integration effected in compliance with the МIL STD 1553В standard enables mounting of any equipment on the aircraft at customer requests The MiG 29SMT is fitted with modern weapons control system including a modified radar targeting system with the new Zhuk ME multifunctional radar featuring increased range multi channel fire capability and advanced air to surface operational modes The optical locating station and helmet mounted target designation system make the avionics suite functionally complete Integration of the targeting and navigational equipment on the basis of the modern computing system has resulted in much greater target acquisition range and sighting angles while the number of targets simultaneously engaged is increased to four The aircraft is fitted with new navigation and communication facilities electronic countermeasures equipment monitoring and recording systems as well as optronic pods An interactive training system simulators and the MiG 29UBT combat trainer aircraft are used for on ground formation of the flying and technical personnel ARMAMENT The aircraft guided weapons include the RVV АЕ R 27ER1 R 27EТ1 R 27R1 R 27Т1 R 73E air to air guided missiles GSh 301 built in gun Kh 31А Kh 31P Kh 29T ТЕ Kh 35E airto surface guided missiles and KAB 500Kr corrected bombs If fitted with an optronic laser pod the fighter can employ the Kh 29L guided missiles and KAB 500L guided bombs It can also deliver unguided weapons rockets and bombs Basic specifications Take off weight kg normal 15 800 max 20 300 Powerplant RD 33 series 3 afterburning thrust kgf 2 х 8

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