Northrop Tácito Azul

Northrop Tacit Blue

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelSigilo demostrador
Primer vueloFebruary 5, 1982

El Northrop Tácito Azul was a technology demonstrator aircraft created to demonstrate that a low-observable stealth surveillance aircraft with a low probability of intercept radar and other sensors could operate close to the forward line of battle with a high degree of survivability.

Fuente: Northrop Tácito Azul en la Wikipedia

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Sukhoi T-4

Sukhoi T-4

PaísUnión Soviética
PapelBombardero De Reconocimiento
Primer vuelo22 de agosto de 1972

El Sukhoi T-4o "Aviones de 100", o "Proyecto 100", o "Sotka" era Soviética de alta velocidad de reconocimiento, anti-buque y estratégico de avión bombardero que no continúe más allá de la fase de prototipo. A veces es llamado el Su-100.

Fuente: Sukhoi T-4 en la Wikipedia

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Waco CG-4

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelMilitar planeador
Primer vuelo1942

El Waco CG-4A was the most widely used American troop/cargo military glider of World War II. It was designated the CG-4A by the United States Army Air Forces, and named Hadrian (after the Roman emperor) in British military service. Designed by the Waco Aircraft Company, flight testing began in May 1942, and eventually more than 13,900 CG-4As were delivered.

Fuente: Waco CG-4 on Wikipedia

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Lockheed F-117A Nighthawk

Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelEl sigilo de los aviones de ataque
Primer vuelo18 de junio de 1981

El Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk is an American single-seat, twin-engine stealth attack aircraft that was developed by Lockheed’s secretive Skunk Works division and operated by the United States Air Force (USAF). The F-117 was based on the Have Blue technology demonstrator. The Nighthawk was the first operational aircraft to be designed around stealth technology. Its maiden flight took place in 1981, and the aircraft achieved initial operating capability status in 1983. The Nighthawk was shrouded in secrecy until it was revealed to the public in 1988. Of the 64 F-117s built, 59 were production versions, with the other five being prototypes.

Fuente: Lockheed F-117 Nighthawk de Wikipedia

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GAF Atormentasen

GAF Pika

PapelTarget drone
Primer vuelo28 August 1952

El GAF Jindivik is a radio-controlled target drone produced by the Australian Government Aircraft Factories (GAF). The name is from an Aboriginal Australian word meaning “the hunted one”. Two manually-controlled prototypes, were built as the GAF Pika (Project as a proof of concept to test the aerodynamics, engine and radio control systems, serialled A92-1/2, ‘B-1/2’. The radio-controlled Jindivik was initially designated the Project B and received serials in the A93 series. Pika is an Aboriginal Australian word meaning flier

Fuente: GAF Atormentasen on Wikipedia

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M1070 Equipo Pesado De Transporte

Heavy Equipment Transport System

PaísEstados UNIDOS

Equipo Pesado Sistema De Transporte (abbreviated as HETS) is a term applied (primarily) to a U.S. Army logistics vehicle transport system, the primary purpose of which is to transport the M1 Abrams tank. It is also used to transport, deploy, and evacuate armored personnel carriers, self-propelled artillery, armored bulldozers and other heavy vehicles and equipment of all types. The current U.S. Army vehicle used in this role is an Oshkosh-built M1070 tractor en A0 y A1 configuraciones que está acoplado a un DRS Technologies M1000 semi-remolque. Esta combinación sustituyó al anterior Oshkosh-construido M911 de la unidad tractora y M747 semi-remolque.

Fuente: Equipo pesado Sistema de Transporte en la Wikipedia

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Corto Solent 3

Short Solent

PaísReino unido
PapelPasajero de barco volador
Primer vuelo11 de noviembre de 1946

El Corto Solent is a passenger flying boat that was produced by Short Brothers in the late 1940s. It was developed from the Short Seaford, itself a development of the Short Sunderland military flying boat design, which was too late to serve in World War II. The first Solent flew in 1946. New Solents were used by BOAC and TEAL, production ending in 1949. Second-hand aircraft were operated until 1958 by a number of small airlines such as Aquila Airways.

Fuente: Corto Solent en la Wikipedia

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MiG-19 PM

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19

PaísUnión Soviética
PapelAviones de combate
Primer vuelo27 May 1952

El El Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 (Russian: Микоян и Гуревич МиГ-19; NATO reporting name: Farmer) is a Soviet second generation, single-seat, twin jet-engined fighter aircraft. It was the first Soviet production aircraft capable of supersonic speeds in level flight. A comparable U.S. “Century Series” fighter was the North American F-100 Super Sabre, although the MiG-19 would primarily oppose the more modern McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II and Republic F-105 Thunderchief over North Vietnam.

Fuente: El Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 en la Wikipedia

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Lockheed P-80 F-80 Shooting Star

Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star

PaísEstados UNIDOS
PapelJet fighter
Primer vuelo8 January 1944

El Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star was the first jet fighter used operationally by the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF). Designed and built by Lockheed in 1943 and delivered just 143 days from the start of the design process, production models were flying, and two pre-production models did see very limited service in Italy just before the end of World War II. Designed with straight wings, the type saw extensive combat in Korea with the United States Air Force (USAF) as the F-80.

Fuente: Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star en la Wikipedia

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IAR-93A Vultur

IAR-93 Vultur

PapelGround attack aircraft – Low level interceptor
Primer vueloOctober 31, 1974

El Avioane Craiova IAR-93 Vultur (Vulture) is a twinjet, subsonic, close support, ground attack and tactical reconnaissance aircraft with secondary capability as low level interceptor. Built as single-seat main attack version or combat capable two-seat version for advanced flying and weapon training, it was developed as a joint Yugoslav-Romanian project in the 1970s for the air forces of both nations. The Romanian aircraft were built by I.R.Av. Craiova as IAR-93, and its Yugoslav counterpart by Soko as the Soko J-22 Orao. For Romania, the IAR-93 was intended to replace MiG-15s and MiG-17s in the fighter-bomber role.

Fuente: IAR-93 Vultur en la Wikipedia

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