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A thousand army airplane in color КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Airlife Publishing Ltd.Автор(ы): Gerry ManningЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2001Количество страниц: 146ISBN: 1-84037-1994Формат: pdf OCRРазмер: 86,4 mbThis ebook positive aspects 1,000 color images of army aire all kinds from around the globe, with a mixture of outdated and new. the entire pictures are absolutely defined with dates and airplane kinds. The booklet will entice a variety of plane lovers the world over and likewise to aeroplane modellers. It incorporates a great variety of airplane varieties that represents all nations over the years due to the fact that color photos were on hand. RAPIDили IFOLDER zero

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Below: The Avro Vulcan was designed as a nuclear-equipped bomber. It was distinctive for its delta shape and the staggering performance at airshows of its fighter-like handling. Vulcan B1A XH503 is at Waddington, September 1964. Operated by the Waddington wing, comprised of 44/50/101 Squadrons, the B1A was a B1 with an ECM suite fitted in the tail cone. (AG) Below: The first service colour of the Vulcans was an anti-flash white. Vulcan B2 XL387 of 230 OCU was seen at Gaydon in September 1963.

These colourful markings were removed within twelve months. The reason for this was the Falklands War with Argentina, a conflict in which the type excelled, not losing a single airframe to enemy aircraft. Right: Showing its post-Falklands markings is Sea Harrier FRSl ZD610 711 of 899 Squadron, the type's training unit. It is at Hatfield, July 1987. 35 1000 MILITARY AIRCRAFT IN COLOUR Right: The mid-life upgrade of the Sea Harrier resulted in the F/A2, the new style designation for its role as a fighter/attack aircraft.

EB57E 55-4263 is seen at Binbrook, August 1978. Operated by the 17th DSES (Defence Systems Evaluation Squadron) it was one of five to visit Europe for exercises: 56 Below: Despite being driven by propellers the Tupolev 1\1-95 (NATO code-name Bear) had a very high performance. Maximum speed was 548 mph (882 kph) coupled with a range of 8364 miles (13,460 km) whilst carrying a bomb load of 5 tonnes. 20(Black) is seen at Fairford, July 1993. Above: The Tupolev Tu-160 (NATO code-name Blackjack) is the largest bomber in the world today.

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