Mack NO 7.5 tons

Mack NO 7½-ton 6×6 truck

PaísEstados UNIDOS
Papel7 1⁄2-ton 6×6 Prime mover
Producido1943-1945
Construido2050

El Mack NO 7 1/2 ton 6×6 truck was a heavy 6×6 cargo truck designed in the 1940s by the American manufacturer Mack Trucks. It was used by the U.S. Army as an artillery tractor for heavy artillery during and after World War II. The official U.S. Army designation was: Truck, 7 1/2 ton, 6×6, Prime Mover. Its G-number was (G-532).

Fuente: Mack NO 7½-ton 6×6 truck on Wikipedia

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Dornier Do.27 J-1

Dornier Do-27

PaísAlemania
PapelSTOL la luz de la utilidad de los aviones
Primer vuelo27 June 1955
Construido628

El Dornier Do 27 was a German single-engine STOL utility aircraft, manufactured by Dornier GmbH (later DASA Dornier, Fairchild-Dornier). Configuration was a classic high-wing, “tail-dragger” aircraft with fixed landing gear.

Fuente: Dornier Do-27 en la Wikipedia

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Northrop YF-23

Northrop YF-23a

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelStealth fighter demostrador de tecnología
Primer vuelo27 August 1990
Construido2

El Northrop/McDonnell Douglas YF-23 was an American single-seat, twin-engine stealth fighter aircraft technology demonstrator designed for the United States Air Force (USAF). The design was a finalist in the USAF’s Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) competition, battling the Lockheed YF-22 for a production contract. Two YF-23 prototypes were built, nicknamed “Black Widow II” and “Gray Ghost”.

Fuente: Northrop YF-23 en la Wikipedia

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Sikorsky S-38 Flying boat

Sikorsky S-38

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelBarco volador
Primer vuelo25 May 1928
Construido101

El Sikorsky S-38 was an American twin-engined eight-seat sesquiplane amphibious aircraft. It was sometimes called “The Explorer’s Air Yacht” and was Sikorsky’s first widely produced amphibious flying boat which in addition to serving successfully for Pan American Airways and the U.S. Army, also had numerous private owners who received notoriety for their exploits.

Fuente: Sikorsky S-38 on Wikipedia

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Northrop YF-17 Cobra

Northrop YF-17 Cobra

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelPrototipo de avión de combate
Primer vuelo9 June 1974
Construido2

El Northrop YF-17 (nicknamed “Cobra”) was a prototype lightweight fighter aircraft designed for the United States Air Force’s Lightweight Fighter (LWF) technology evaluation program. The LWF was initiated because many in the fighter community believed that aircraft like the F-15 Eagle were too large and expensive for many combat roles. The YF-17 was the culmination of a long line of Northrop designs, beginning with the N-102 Fang in 1956, continuing through the F-5 family.

Fuente: Northrop YF-17 Cobra en la Wikipedia

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Northrop F-89J Scorpion

Northrop F-89 Scorpion

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelInterceptor
Primer vuelo116 August 1948
Construido1050

El Northrop F-89 Scorpion was an American all-weather interceptor built during the 1950s, the first jet-powered aircraft designed as such from the outset to enter service. Though its straight wings limited its performance, it was among the first United States Air Force (USAF) jet fighters equipped with guided missiles and notably the first combat aircraft armed with air-to-air nuclear weapons (the unguided Genie rocket).

Fuente: Northrop F-89 Scorpion de Wikipedia

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British 4.5'' QF Howitzer

QF 4.5-inch howitzer

PaísReino unido
PapelCampo de obús
En el servicio1908–1944
Construido3359

El Ordnance QF de 4.5 pulgadas obús was the standard British Empire field (or ‘light’) howitzer of the First World War era. It replaced the BL 5-inch howitzer and equipped some 25% of the field artillery. It entered service in 1910 and remained in service through the interwar period and was last used in the field by British forces in early 1942. It was generally horse drawn until mechanisation in the 1930s. The QF 4.5-inch howitzer was used by British and Commonwealth forces in most theatres, by Russia and by British troops in Russia in 1919. Its calibre (114 mm) and hence shell weight were greater than those of the equivalent German field howitzer (105 mm); France did not have an equivalent. In the Second World War it equipped some units of the BEF and British, Australian, New Zealand and South African batteries in East Africa and the Middle and Far East.

Fuente: QF de 4.5 pulgadas obús en la Wikipedia

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Gyrodyne QH-50C DASH

Gyrodyne QH-50 DASH

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelASW drone
Primer vuelo1959
Construido755

El Gyrodyne QH-50 DASH (Drone Anti-Submarine Helicopter) is a small, drone helicopter built by Gyrodyne Company of America for use as a long-range anti-submarine weapon on ships that would otherwise be too small to operate a full-sized helicopter. It remained in production until 1969. Several are still used today for various land-based roles.

Fuente: Gyrodyne QH-50 GUIÓN en la Wikipedia

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Sikorsky HOS3-1G Libélula

Sikorsky H-5

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelHelicóptero
Primer vuelo18 August 1943
Construido300+

El Sikorsky H-5, (initially designated R-5 and also known as S-48, S-51 and by company designation VS-327) was a helicopter built by Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. It was used by the United States Air Force, and its predecessor, the United States Army Air Forces, as well as the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard (with the designations HO2S and HO3S). It was also used by the United States Post Office Department. In December 1946, an agreement was signed between the British company Westland Aircraft and Sikorsky to produce a British version of the H-5, to be manufactured under license in Britain as the Westland-Sikorsky WS-51 Dragonfly. By the time production ceased in 1951, more than 300 examples of all types of the H-5 had been built.

Fuente: Sikorsky H-5 on Wikipedia

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Culver PQ-14 Cadete

Culver PQ-14 Cadet

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelTarget drone
Primer vuelo1942
Construido2043

El Culver PQ-14 Cadete is a modified version of the Culver LFA Cadet used as a target drone. In 1940, the U.S. Army Air Corps drew up a requirement for a radio-controlled target drone for training anti-aircraft artillery gunners. The first aircraft in a series of target drones was a modification of the Culver LFA Cadet which eventually led to the PQ-14 series used throughout World War II and beyond.

Fuente: Culver PQ-14 Cadete en la Wikipedia

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