Jak-15 fjäder


TypTurbojet fighter
FotografDmitrij Sribnyi

Album av 79 photos walk-around of a «Yak-15»

Fotogalleri av en Yak-15, The Yakovlev Yak-15 (Russian: Яковлев Як-15; NATO reporting name: Feather, USAF/DOD designation Type 2) was a first-generation Soviet turbojet fighter developed by the Yakovlev design bureau (OKB) immediately after World War II. It used a reverse-engineered German Junkers Jumo 004 engine. Along with the Swedish Saab 21R, it was one of only two jets to be successfully converted from a piston-powered aircraft and enter production. 280 aircraft were built in 1947. Although nominally a fighter, it was mainly used to qualify piston-engine-experienced pilots to fly jets.

Källkod: Yak-15 on Wiki

Wait, Searching Yak-15 books for you…

Köp mig en kaffeKöp mig en kaffe

Relaterade satser:

Hitta kit på eBay:

Sök på eBay
Sök efter vad du behöver, Vi föreslår detta men det är du som bestämmer
Läs mer:

The Yak-15 was a jet fighter developed by the Soviet Union in the aftermath of World War II. It was based on the Yakovlev Yak-3, a successful piston-engined fighter, but with a German Jumo 004 engine mounted under the nose. The Yak-15 was the first Soviet jet fighter to enter service and production, and it helped to train many pilots for the new era of jet aviation. However, it was also a transitional design that had many limitations and drawbacks. It had a short range, low speed, poor maneuverability and weak armament. It also suffered from overheating problems and structural failures due to the heat of the jet exhaust. The Yak-15 was soon replaced by more advanced jet fighters, such as the Yak-17 and the MiG-15, but it remains a significant milestone in the history of Soviet aviation.

Stöd webbplatsen
Stöd webbplatsen

Views : 3987

Kommentarerna är stängda.