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内容提示: ANTONOV AN-14 'PCHELKA' (Clod)ANTONOV AN-22 'ANTHEUS' (Cock)TypeLight transport and liaison aircraftWeightsempty 5,730 lb (2,600 kg)maximum 7,935 lb (3,600 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 3,280 ft (1,000 m) 137 mph(220 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 6,560 ft (2,000 m) 109 mph(175 km/hr)range/w.m.p. 292 miles (470 km)range with 1.290 lb (630 kg) payload 422 miles (680 km)initial rate of climb 16.7 fps (5.1 m/sec)time to 6.560 ft (2,000 m) 8 minservice ceiling 16,400 ft (5,000 m)Dimensionswing span 72 ft 2\ ...

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ANTONOV AN-14 'PCHELKA' (Clod)ANTONOV AN-22 'ANTHEUS' (Cock)TypeLight transport and liaison aircraftWeightsempty 5,730 lb (2,600 kg)maximum 7,935 lb (3,600 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 3,280 ft (1,000 m) 137 mph(220 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 6,560 ft (2,000 m) 109 mph(175 km/hr)range/w.m.p. 292 miles (470 km)range with 1.290 lb (630 kg) payload 422 miles (680 km)initial rate of climb 16.7 fps (5.1 m/sec)time to 6.560 ft (2,000 m) 8 minservice ceiling 16,400 ft (5,000 m)Dimensionswing span 72 ft 2\ in (22.00 m)leneth overall 37 ft H in (11.32 m)height overall 15 ft 2± in (4.63 m)wing area 441 sq ft (41.00 sq m)Power PlantTwo 300 hp Ivchenko AI-14RF piston enginesPayload1 man crew and 7-9 troops or 8 paratroops or 6 stretchercases and 2 medics or max 1,590 lb (720 kg) freightVariantsAlsocivilversions; An-14A11-15 passengersCapital No. 1 Shat-Tuof An-14 licence-built from 1958-1959First flightsPrototype:15 March 1958ProductionSeries production from 1965In serviceChina, Germany (East), Guinea, Soviet Unionsec:furtherdevelopmentfor: Scaled-down Chinese versionTypeStrategic transportWeightsempty 251,300 lb (114,000 kg)maximum 551,200 lb (250,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 26,250 ft (8,000 m)-32,800 ft(10,000 m) 460 mph (740 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 26,250 ft (8,000 m>-32,800 ft(10,000 m) 423 mph (679 km/hr)range with 99,200 lb (45,000 kg) payload 6,835 miles(11,000 km)service ceiling 26,250-32,800 ft (8;000-l 0,000 m)Dimensionswing span 211length overall 189 ft 7 in (57.80 m)height overall 41 ft Hin (12.53 m)wing area 3,713 sq ft (345.00 sq m)Power PlantFour 15,000 hp Kusnetsov NK-12MA turbopropsPayload5-6 man crew and 28-29 troops plus max 176,350 lb(80,000 kg) freightVariantsCivil version for 300-350 passengersFirst flightsPrototype: 27 February 1965;production model: 1967ProductionSeries production from 1967In serviceSoviet Unionft 4 in (64.40 m)AN-14MSOVIET UNION119 ANTONOV AN-26 (Curl)BERIEV BE-6 (Madge)TypeMedium transportWeightsempty 37.300 lb (16,914 kg)maximum 52,910 lb (24.000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 19,700 ft (6,000 m) 335 mph(540 km hr)maximum cruising speed at 19.700 ft (6,000 m) 280 mph(450 km hr)range with 3,300 lb (1.500 kg) payload 1,550 miles(2.500 km)range w.m.p. 800 miles (1.300 km)service ceiling 24,935 ft (7,600 m)Dimensionswing span 95 ft 9| in (29.20 m)length overall 77 ft 2\ in (23.53 m)height overall 27 ft 3* in (8.32 m)wing area 780 sq ft (72.46 sq m)Power PlantTwo2,820 hp Ivchenko AI-24T turbopropsTumansky RU-19-300auxiliary1,985lb (900 kg)Payload5 man crew and38 troops or maxfreightVariantsAn-24 (Coke): Civil airlinerFirstflightsPrototype An-24: 1959An-24:series production since 1961, over 320 (?) built;An-26:series production since 1969In serviceAn-24, An-26:Congo(Brazzaville)slovakia,Egypt(UAR).Republic,Somali,Soviet(North)plus oneratedturbojetatst in starboard nacelle11,000 lb (5,000 kg)(?), Cuba, Czecho-MongolianUnion,Sudan,Iraq,People'sVietnamTypeMaritime reconnaissance and ASW flying boatWeightsempty 41,505 lb (18,827 kg)normal 51,590 lb (23,400 kg)maximum 55,120 lb (25,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 234 mph (377 km/hr)maximum speed at 8,200 ft (2,500 m) 258 mph(415 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 211 mph (340 km/hr)ferry range 3,040 miles (4,900 km)Dimensionswing span 108 ft 3i in (33.00 m)length overall 77 ft 31 in (23.56 m)height overall 225 ft 0J in (7.64 m)wing area 1,291.7 sq ft (120.00 sq m)Power plantTwo 2.400 hp Shvetsov ASh-73TK piston enginesArmamentThree—four 23 mm cannon, mines, bombs and torpedoesin fuselage bay, rockets and bombs underwingVariants4variants:Maritimereconnaissancearmament: ASWalydetection)search equipmentaircraft with ECM direction finding equipment; rescueand transport aircraftFirst flightsPrototype:1947ProductionSeries production from 1949In serviceChina, Soviet Unionaircraftwithtailaircraft with MAD (magnetic anom-intail'sting'; ASW120SOVIET UNION BERIEV BE-10 (Mallow)BERIEV BE-12 TCHAIKA' (Mail)TypeMaritime reconnaissance and ASW flying boatWeightsempty 53,131 lb (24,100 kg)normal 90,390 lb (41,000 kg)maximum 105,515 lb (46,500 kg)Peinuancemaximum speed at 5,000 ft (1,500 m) (Mach 0.75)565 mph (910 km'hr)maximum speed at 36,000 ft (11,000 m) 500 mph(815 km hr)maximum cruising speed 348-398 mph (560-640 km/hr)radius of action w.m.p. 1,305 miles (2,100 km)ferry range 2,982 miles (4,800 km)service ceiling 45,930 ft (14,000 m)Dimensionswing span 73 ft U in (22.30 m)length overall 102 ft 0i in (31.10 m)height overall 32 ft 11J in (10.08 m)wing area 1,203.4 sq ft (111.80 sq m)Power plantTwo Lyulka AL-7PBturbojets each(6,500 kg) stArmamentTwoin mannedtailposition and max 4.410weapon load,FirstflightsPrototype: 1959ProductionSeries production from 1960In serviceSoviet Union (M-10)ratedat14,330lbfixed 23 mm cannoninnose, two 23 mm cannonlb(2,000kg)e.g. rockets, bombs and minesTypeMaritime reconnaissance amphibian 6-10 man crewWeightsmaximum 59,525-65,035 lb (27,000-29,500 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 10,000 ft (3,050 m) 379 mph(610 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 15,000 ft (4,570 m) 340 mph(547 km/hr)patrol speed at 5,000 ft (1,500 m): 199-249 mph(320-400 km/hr)ferry range 2,500 miles (4.025 km)initial rate of climb 49.9 fps (15.2 m/sec)service ceiling 37,075 ft (11,300 m)Dimensionswing span 107 ftlength overall 96 ft H in (29.30 m)height overall 22 ftwing area 1027.9 sq ft (95.70 sq m)Power plantTwo 4,190 hp Ivchenko A1-20D turbopropsArmamentHoming torpedoes, depth charges, mines, rockets, bombsFirst flightsPrototype:1960ProductionSeries production from 1964In serviceSoviet Union (M-12)1 1± in (32.90 m)1H in (7.00 m)SOVIET UNION121 ILYUSHEV IL-14M (CRATE)ILYUSHTN IL-12 (COACH)TypeMedium transportWeightsempty 27,998 lb (12,700 kg)maximum 38,580 lb (17,500 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 7,875 ft (2,400 m) 268 mph(431 km/hr)maximumcruising speed199 mph (320 km/hr)range with 3,527 lb (1,600 kg) payload 1,087 miles(1.750 km)initial rate of climb 20.0 fps (6.1 m/sec)service ceiling 24,280 ft (7,400 m)Dimensionswing span 104 ft 0| in (31.70 m)length overall 73 ft 21 in (22.31 m)height overall 25 ft 1\ in (7.80 m)wing area 1.076 sq ft (100 sq m)Power plantTwo 1.900 h^ Shvetsov ASh-82T-7 piston enginesPayload3 man crew and 30-32 troops or 24 paratroops or max7,275 lb (3,300 kg) freightFirst flights11-14:1953I1-14M: 1956Production11-14:Approx3.500builtEast Germany as I1-14P from 1956-1959; Czech licence-built as Avia-14In serviceAfghanistan,Albania,Bulgaria,CongoBrazzaville(?),Cuba.Ethiopia,Germany(East).Indonesia.Iraq,Korea(North).Republic,Poland.Rumania,Vietnam (North), Yemen, Yugoslavia8,200-9,850ft(2,500-3,000 m)from1954:licence-builtinCambodiaCzechoslovakia,Guinea.Mongolia,Soviet(?),China,Egypt,India.People'sSyria,Hungary.Union,TypeMedium transportDetails as for I1-14M with the following exceptionsWeightsempty 808 lb (12.000 kg)maximum 38.030 lb (17,250 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 8.200 ft (2,500 m) 253 mph(407 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 8,200-9.850 ft (2,500-3,000 m)205 mph (330 km/hr)range with 3,527 lb (1,600 kg) payload 777 miles(1,250 km)ferryinitial rate of climb 15.1 fps (4.6 m/sec)service ceiling 21,980 ft (6,700 m)Dimensionslength overall 69 ft 11 in (21.30 m)height overall 26 ft (8.07 m)Power plantTwo 1.775 hp Shvetsov ASh-82FNV piston enginesPayload4 man crew and 26 troops or 20 paratroops or max6.614 lb (3,000 kg) freightVariantsFirst flights11-12:1945Production11-12: Approx 3,000 built from 1947In serviceBulgaria.China,Korea(North),Republic,Poland,Rumania,(North)7range1 .243 miles (2,000 km)MongolianSovietPeople'sVietnamUnion,122SOVIET UNION ILYUSHTN IL-18 (COOT)ILYUSHEV H^-38 (MAY)TypeMedium transportWeightsempty 77,162 lb (35.000 kg)maximum 141,100 lb (64,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed 400 mph (675 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 26,250 ft (8,000 m)388 mph (625 km/hr)range with 29,760 lb (13,500 kg) payload 2,300 miles(3,700 km)ferry range 4,038 miles (6,500 km)service ceiling 35,470 ft (10,750 m)Dimensionswing span 122 ft 9 in (37.40 m)length overall 117height overall 33 ft 3i in (10.16 m)wing area 1.507 sq ft (140.00 sq m)Power plantFour 4.250 hp Ivchenko AI-20M turbopropsPavload5 man crew and max 29,760 lb (13,500 kg) freightVariants11-38 (May): Conversion of 11-18 to maritimereconnaissance and ASW aircraft with 12 man crewFirst flightsPrototype 11-18: 4 July 1957Production11-18: 541 (?) built from 1957-1967In serviceAfghanistan, Algeria, BulgariaGermany(East),Guinea,Union, Syria (?), Yugoslaviaft 9* in (35.90 m)('?), China, Czechoslovakia,Poland,Rumania,SovietTypeMaritime reconnaissance and ASW aircraftDetailsasfor 11-18 with the following exceptionsWeightsempty 80,000 lb (36,287 kg)maximum 140,000 lb (63,500 kg)Performancemaximum speed 400 mph (645 km/hr)patrol speed at 2,000 ft (610 m) 250 mph (400 km/hr)ferry range 4,500 miles (7,240 km)Dimensionslength overall 131ftin (39.92 m)Payload12 man crewFirst flightsPrototype 11-38: 1968ProductionFrom 1969In serviceSoviet Union11-18ESfe Jl11-38SOVIET UNION123 ILYLSHIN IL-28 (BEAGLE)KAMOV Ka-15 (HEN)TypeThree-seat light bomberWeightsempty 28.417 lb (12.890 kg)normal 40.565 lb (18.400 kg)maximum 51.148 lb (23.200 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 497 mph (800 km hr)maximum speed at 14.765(900 km.hr)maximum cruising speed at 32,800 ft (10,000 m)478 mph (770 km hr)radius of action 590 miles (950 km)ferry range 2.144 miles (3.450 km)initial rate of climb 49.2 fps (15.0 m sec)time to 41.300 ft (12.600 m) 45 minservice ceiling 40,355 ft (12,300 m)Dimensionswing span 70 ft 4} in (21.45 m)length overall 57 ft 10| in (17.65 m)height overal' 20 ft 4i in (6.20 m)wing area 654.44 sq ft (60.80 sq m)Power plantTwo Klimov VK-1 turbojets each rated at5,952 lb (2,700 kg) stArmamentTwocannonnose andtwoine.g.. bombs, torpedoes, minesVariantsH-28Taircraft with 3-5 cameras1I-28U (Mascot): Bomber trainer11-20:Civil transport versionFirst flightsPrototype: 8 August 1948ProductionSeveralthousandbuilt fromCzechoslovakia, version also built in China. Conversionfrom ECM aircraft from 1965 1966In serviceAfghanistan.Algeria.Bulgaria.Egypt(UAR).Finland,Indonsesia.Iraq.KoreaPoland. Rumania, Somali(North), Yemenft (4.500 m) 559 mph23 mm NR-23with85rpginfuselage22523 mm NR-23cannonwithrpgtail position; max 6.614 lb (3,000 kg) weapon load,: Torpedo bomber: 11-28R: Reconnaissance1949-1961;licence-builtinChina.Czechoslovakia.(East).Hungary,Morocco.Soviet Union. VietnamGermany(North).(?)Nigeria,TypeLight AOP helicopterWeightsempty 1.764 lb (800 kg)normal 2.588 1b (1.174 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 93 mph (150 km hr)maximum cruising speed 75 mph (120 km/hr)range 180 miles (290 km)ferry range 292 miles (470 km)service ceiling 9.845Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 32 ft 8 in (9.96 m)length of fuselage 19 ft 6} in (5.95 m)height 10 ft 10 in (3.30 m)Power plantOne 255 hp Ivchenko AI-14V piston enginePayload1 man crew andVariantsKa-15MKa-18 (Hog)First flightsPrototype:1952ProductionSeries production from 1953-1965In serviceSoviet Unionft (3.000 m)1 observer or max 661 lb (300 kg) freight: Civil variant: Further development11-28124SOVIET UNION KAMOV Ka-25 (HORMONE-A)MIKOYAN-GUREVICH M.G-15UTI (MIDGET)TypeShipboard ASW helicopter3-4 man crewWeightsempty 9,700 lb (4,400 kg)maximum 16,100 lb (7,300 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 135 mph (220 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 120 mph (195 km/hr)range 250 miles (400 km)ferry range 405 miles (650 km)service ceiling 11,500 ft (3,500 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 51length of fuselage 32 ft 11 in (9.83 m)height 17Power plantTwo 900 hp Glushenkov GTD-3 turboshaftsArmamentTwo homing torpedoes or bombs and minesVariantsKa-20 (HARP): Earlier versionKa-25K (HORMONE-A):First flightsPrototype 1961; Ka-25K: 1965ProductionSeries production from 1962In serviceSoviet Unionft 8 in (15.73 m)ft 8 in (5.73 m)Civil versionTypeTwo-seat trainerWeightsempty 8.818 lb (4,000 kg)normal 10,692 bl (4,850 kg)maximum 11,905 lb (5,400 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 628 mph (1,010 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 16,400 ft (5,000 m)423 mph (680 km/hr)ferry range with two 55 gall (2501) auxiliary tanks833 miles (1,340 km)initial rate of climb 126.3 fps (38.5 m/sec)service ceiling 48,637 ft (14,825 m)Dimensionswing span 36 ftlength overall 33 ft 1| in (10.10 m)height overall 12 ft 2 in (3.70 m)wing area 222.8 sq ft (20.70 sq m)Power plantOne RD-45F turbojet rated at 5,005 lb (2,270 kg) stArmamentOne23 mm NR-23 cannon with 80 rpg; two 220 lb (100 kg)bombsVariantsCS-102:Czechoslovakianlicence-built;MiG-15andSingle-seatstrikefighters;licence-built MiG-15First flightsPrototype MiG-15: 30 December 1947MiG-15 UTI: 1949/50 (?)ProductionSeries production from 1950-1958 (1960?)In serviceAfghanistan,Albania,Algeria,Lanka),China,Cuba,Czechoslovakia,Finland,Germany(East),Korea(North),Mali,MongolianMorocco,Nigeria(?),Somali,SovietUnion,Syria,(North)1 in (1 1.00 m)12.7 mm UBK-E machine-gunwith150rpg; onelicence-built;MiG-15ShenyangBulgaria,CeylonEgypt (UAR),Indonesia,People'sPoland,Uganda(?),(SriHungary,Iraq,Republic,Rumania,VietnamPakistan,L1M-3bisF-2:Polish(FAGOT):Chinese:SOVIET UNION125 MIKOYAN-GUREVICH MiG-17(TRESCO-A, B and OTypeSingle-seat fighter and strike fighterWeightsnormal 12,566 lb (5,700 kg)maximum 14,330 lb (6,500 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level (Mach 0.92) 699 mph(1,125 kmfar)maximum speed at 34.400 ft (10,500 m) (Mach 0.98)655 mph (1,055 km hr)maximum cruising speed at 32.830 ft (10,000 m)485 mph (780 km/hr)radius of action 360 miles (580 km)ferry- range 1,398 miles (2.250 km)initial rate of climb 164.0 fps (50.0 m/sec)time to 39,375 ft (12.000 m) 7 min 54 secservice ceiling 54,100 ft (16,500 m)Dimensionswing span 31length overa'l 36 ft 4| in (1 1.09 m)height overall 12 ft 5J in (3.80 m)wing area 243.3 sq ft (22.60 sq m)Power plantOne Klimov VK-1A turbojet rated at 5,953 lb(2,700 kg)/7,055 lb (3,200 kg) stArmamentFRESCO-Aand B: Two80 rpg, one 37 mm NS-37 cannon with 40 rpgFRESCO-C:(250 kg) bombs or 4 rocket launchers each containingeight 55 mm rockets or four unguided rocketsVariantsLIM-5, S-104:Polish and CzechoslovakianFRESCO-C;ShenyangMiG-17LIM-6Polish single-seat ground-attack aircraftFirst nightsPrototype:January 1950ProductionSeriesproduction from1952/53;Czechoslovakia, PolandIn serviceMiG-17: Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Ceylon(SriLanka),China,Cuba,(UAR),Guinea,Hungary,(North),Mali,Morocco,Somali,South Yemen,SovietVietnam (North), YemenF-4ft 7 in (9.63 m)23 mm NR-23 cannon withThree 23 mm NR-23 cannon, two 550lblicence-builtlicence-builtF~4,Chinese:licence-builtin China,Czechoslovakia,Indonesia,Nigeria,Poland,Union,EgyptKoreaIraq,Rumania,Syria, Uganda,: Albania, China, Korea (North), Sudan, TanzaniaMIKOYAN-GUREVICH MiG-17('Fresco-D, E and F')TypeSingle-seat all-weather fighter(Detailsexceptions)Weightsnormal 12,897 lb (5,850 kg)maximum 14,705 lb (6,670 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 34,450 ft (10,500 m) (Mach 0.93)634 mph (1,020 km/hr)time to 39,370 ft (12,000 m) 8 min 12 secDimensionslength overall 38 ft 4Jin (11.70 m)Power plantOne Klimov VK-1FA turbojet rated at 5,953 lb(2,700 kg)/7,456 lb (3,380 kg) stArmamentFRESCO-D, EandF: Details as for FRESCO-CFRESCO-D, Eas for 'Fresco-A, B and C with the following: Alternative): 4 ALKALI AAMsFRESCO-C126SOVIET UNION MIKOYAN MiG-19 (FARMER-C)MIKOYAN MiG-19 (FARMER-D)TypeSingle-seat fighter and strike fighterWeightsempty 12,125 lb (5,500 kg)normal 18,628 lb (8,450 kg)maximum 20,503 lb (9,300 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level (Mach 0.95) 684 mph(1,100 km/hr)maximum speed at 32,800 ft (10,000 m) (Mach 1.33)900 mph (1,450 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 590 mph (950 km/hr)radius of action 280-425 miles (450-685 km)ferry range 1,367 miles (2,200 km)initial rate of climb 377 fps (115.0 m/sec)time to 32,800 ft (10,000 m)service ceiling 55,770 ft (17,000 m)Dimensionswing span 29 ft 6\ in (9.00 m)length overall 41height overall 12 ft 5i in (3.80 m)wing area 269 sq ft (25.00 sq m)Power plantTwo Klimov VK-9 turbojets each rated at 6,172 lb(2,800 kg)/7,848 lb (3,560 kg) stArmamentThreefourrocketlaunchersrockets or two 550 lb (250 kg) bombsVariantsFarmer-A37 mm cannonFarmer-B:Firstproductionweather capability, two 23 mm and one 37 mm cannon;Shenyang F-6: Chinese licence-built MiG-19First flightsPrototype:1953ProductionSeries production from 1955-1960, licence-builtand Czechoslovakia (?)In serviceMiG-19:Afghanistan,Bulgaria, Cuba,Egypt(UAR), GermanyKorea (North), Poland, Rumania, Soviet Union; F-6:Albania, China, Pakistan, Tanzania (?), Vietnam (North)1 min 6 secft 41 in (12.61 m)30 mm NR-30 cannon and two Atoll AAMs oreachcontainingeight55 mm:Pre—production model, two 23 mm and onemodelwithlimitedall-in ChinaCzechoslovakia,Hungary,(East),Indonesia,TypeLimited all-weather fighterDetails as for Farmer-C with the following exceptionsWeightsmaximum 21,936 lb (9,950 kg)Dimensionslength overall 43 ft 3J in (13.20 m)Power plantTwo Klimov RD-9B turbojetsArmamentFour Alkali AAMsSOVIET UNION127 MIKOYAN MiG-21F (FISHBED-C)MIKOYAN MIG-21PF (FISHBED-D)TypeSingle-seat fighter and strike fighterWeightsempty 12,015 lb (5,450 kg)normal 15,543 lb (7,050 kg)maximum 17,086 lb (7,750 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 36,000 ft (11,000 m) (Mach 2.0)1,317 mph (2,120 km/hr)radius of action 375 miles (600 km)ferry range 1.150 miles (1,850 km)initial rate of climb 492.1 fps (150.0 m/sec)time to 39,375 ft (12,000 m) 4 min 30 secservice ceiling 59,420 ft (17,500 m)Dimensionswing span 23 ft 5| in (7.15 m)length overall 44 ft 2 in (13.46 m)height overall 14 ft 9 in (4.50 m)wing area 347.57 sq ft (23.00 sq m)Power plantOne Tumar.oky R-37F turbojet rated at 9,920 lb(4,500 kg)/ 13,228 lb (6,000 kg) stArmamentOne (o- two) 30 mm cannon NR-30 and two Atoll AAMsor two rocket launchers each containing nineteen 55 mmrockets or two 550 lb (250 kg) bombsVariantsMiG-21FL: Export version; MiG-21 (Fishbed-A and B):Earlierversions;MiG-21VTOL strike fighter, experimental model only, twojet engines in fuselage; MiG-21UTl (Mongol-A): Two-seatstriketrainer;ShenyangMiG-21First flightsPrototype:1955ProductionSeriesproductionCzechoslovakia1966/67-1973)In serviceMiG-21F, PF and UT1:Afghanistan,Desh,Cuba,Czechoslovakia,Germany(East), Hungary,Type66),Indonesia,Iraq,(North). Yugoslavia;F-8(Fishbed-G):Single-seatlift-F-8:ChinesebuiltAlgeria.(UAR),74, Type(North),BanglaFinland,EgyptIndia, (TypeKorea77,Vietnam: Albania, ChinaTypeSingle-seat fighter and strike fighterDetails as for MiG-21F with the following exceptionsWeightsnormal 17,637 lb (8,000 kg)maximum 19,511 lb (8,850 kg)Dimensionslength overall 45 ft 11 in (14.00 m)ArmamentDetails as for MiG-21F excluding the cannonfromand1959.licence-built(200builtinChina,fromIndiaby HALMIG-21 PF128SOVIET UNION MIKOYAN MiG-21MF (FISHBED-J)MIKOYAN MiG-25 (FOXBAT)TypeSingle-seat fighter and strike fighterWeightsnormal 19,731 lb (8,950 kg)maximum 20,723 lb (9,400 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level (Mach 1.06) 808 mph(1,300 km hr)maximum speed at 39,3751,386 mph (2,230 km/hr)radius of action 31 1 miles (500 km)ferry range 1.118 miles (1,800 km)service ceiling 59,055Dimensionswing span 23 ft 5} in (7.15 m)length overall 45 ft 11 in (14.00 m)height overall 14 ft 9 in (4.50 m)wing area 247.3 sq ft (23.00 sq m)Power plantOne Tumansky R-ll turbojet rated at 11,244 lb(5.100 kg)14.550 lb (6,600 kg) stArmamentTwofour Atoll AAMsor(?) (1.000 kg (?) ) weapon load, e.g. four 550 lb (250 kg)bombs or four rocket launchers each containing sixteen55 mm rockets or four 220 mm or 325 mm rocketsVariantsMiG-21 (Fishbed-F): Single-seat fighter and strike fighterMiG-21 (Fishbed-H): Single-seat reconnaissance aircraftFirst flightsMiG-21MF:1968ProductionSeriesproduction from1968;HAL (60 from 1973?)In serviceMiG-21 (Fishbed-F): Czechoslovakia (MiG-21SPS), Ger-many (East), India, (Type 88), Poland, Rumania, SovietUnion;MiG-21MF:Soviet Unionft (12,000 m) (Mach 2.1)ft (18.000 m)23 mm cannon with100 rpg and(asstrike(asfighter) two-2,200fighter) maxlbLicence-builtinIndiabyFISHBED-JTypeSingle-seat all-weather strike fighter and reconnaissanceaircraftWeightsempty 34.000 lb (15,420 kg)normal 50,000-55.000 lb (22,680-24,950 kg)maximum 64,200 lb (29,120 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 39.3752,100 mph (3,380 km/hr)maximum speed at 5,000 ft (1,500 m) (Mach 1.3) 975 mph(1,570 km hr)radius of action 698 miles (1,125 km) range: 1,865 miles(3,000 km)time to 36.000 ft (1 1.000 m) 2 min 30 secservice ceiling 73.820Dimensionswing span 41length overall 69 ft 11} in (21.33 m)height overall 19 ft 8} in (6.00 m)wing area 645.1 sq ft (60.00 sq m)Power plantTwo Tumansky RD-31turbojets each rated(8.000 kg)/24,250 lb (11,000 kg) stArmamentAll-weather fighter: One 30 mm cannon, four ASH orATOLL AAMsStrike fighterrocketsVariantsE-266:Record-breaking aircraftMiG-25R (Foxbat — B)aircraftFirstflightsPrototype:1964ProductionSeries production from 1968 (?), monthly output threeaircraftIn serviceSoviet Unionft (12,000 m) (Mach 3.2)ft (22.500m)ft 0} in (12.50 m)at17,637 lb: Underwing weapon load, e.g. bombs and: Fighter and reconnaissance~'i=fe}=~FISHBED-FSOVIET UNION129 MIL MM (HOUND)TypeMedium transport and ASW helicopterWeightsempty 10,803 lb (4,900 kg)normal 15,763 lb (7,150 kg)maximum 16,645 lb (7,550 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 115 mph (185 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 1,640 ft (500 m) 3,280 ft(1,000 m) 99 mph (160 km/hr)range w.m.p. 124 miles (200 km)ferry range 255 miles (410 km)initial rate of climb 16.4 fps (5.0 m/sec)service ceiling 16,400 ft (5,000 m)hovering ceiling in ground effect 5,578 ft (1,700 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 68 ft 11 in (21.00 m)length of fuselage 55 ftheight 17 ft (5.18 m)Power plantOneArmamentOptional: One 12.7 mm TKB machine gun inunder-fuselage gondolaPayload2-3 man crew and 8—14 troops or 8 stretcher cases andmedic or max 2,650 lb (1,200 kg) freightVariantsMi-4A, Mi-4P, Mi-4S: Civil versionsFirst flightsPrototype: August 1952ProductionOver 3,000 built from 1953-1964, licence-built in ChinaIn serviceAfghanistan,Albania,Algeria,Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Egypt (UAR), Finland, Germany(East), Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Korea (North),Mali, Mongolian People's Republic, Poland, Rumania,Soviet Union, Sudan,Syria, Vietnam (North), Yemen,Yugoslavia1 in (16.79 m)1 ,700 hp ?hvetsov ASh-82V piston engine1Bulgaria. Burma, China,MDL MI-1 and MI-3 (HARE)TypeLight AOP and transport helicopterWeightsempty 4.107 lb (1,863 kg)normal 5,200 lb (2,358 kg)maximum 5,622 lb (2,550 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 105 mph (170 km/hr)maximum speed at 6,560 ft (2,000 m) 96 mph (155 km/hr)maximum cruising speed up to 3,280 ft (1,000 m) 84 mph(135 km/hr)range 217 miles (350 km)ferry range 360 miles (580 km)initial rate of climb 21.3 fps (6.5 m/sec)service ceiling 14,765 ft (4,500 m)hovering ceiling in ground effect 10,830 ft (3,300 m)hovering ceiling out of ground effect 6,560 ft (2,000 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 46 ft 01 in (14.34 m)length of fuselage 39 ft 9 in (12.11 m)height 10 ft 9\ in (3.30 m)Power plantOne 575 hp Ivchenko AI-26V piston enginePayload1 man crew and 3 troops or 2 stretcher cases andor max 397 lb (180 kg) freightVariantsMi-lUMi-IT, Mi-INCH and Mi-1 A*Mi-3: Further development of Mi-1;SM-1SM-2Polish further developmentFirst flightsPrototype: September 1948ProductionMi-1: Series production from 1950-1963;SM-1: Series production from 1957-1963;SM-2In serviceAfghanistan, Albania, Bulgaria, China, Cuba, Czechoslo-vakia, Egypt (UAR), GermanyKorea(North), Mongolian People's(alsoSM-1,SM-2),Rumania,Vietnam (North), Yemen1 medic: Training helicopter;skvich: Civil variants;: Polish licence-built Mi-1;:: Series production from1964-(East), Hungary,Republic, PolandSovietUnion,Iraq,Syria,130SOVIET UNION MIL MI-2 (HOPLITE)MEL MI-6 (HOOK)TypeLight transport helicopterWeightsempty 5,180 lb (2,350 kg)normal 7,826 lb (3,550 kg)maximum 8,157 lb (3,700 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 1,640 ft (500 m) 130 mph (210 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 124 mph (200 km/hr)range w.m.p. 105 miles (170 km)ferry range 360 miles (580 km)initial rate of climb 14.8 fps (4.5 m/sec)service ceiling 13,120 ft (4,000 m)hovering ceiling in ground effect 6,560 ft (2,000 m)hovering ceiling out of ground effect 3,280 ft (1,000 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 47 ft 6} in (14.50 m)length of fuselage 37 ft 4* in (11.40 m)height 11Power plantTwo 437 hp Isotov GTD-350 turboshaftsPayload1 man crew and 6-8 troops or 4 stretcher cases andmedic or maxVariantsCivil versionsFirstflightsPrototype:1961ProductionSeries production from 1963; licence-built in Poland(WSK/Mil Mi-2)In serviceBulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Rumania, Soviet Unionft 4 in (3.45 m)11 ,543 lb (700 kg) freightTypeHeavy transport helicopterWeightsempty 60,055 lb (27,240 kg)normal 85,675 lb (40,500 kg)maximum 93,500 lb (42,500 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 3,280 ft (1,000 m) 186 mph (300 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 155 mph (250 km/hr)range with 17,640 lb (8,000 kg) payload 385 miles (620 km)range with 9,920 lb (4,500 kg) payloadferry range 900 miles (1,450 km)service ceiling 14,750 ft (4,500 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 114 ft 10 in (35.00 m)length of fuselage 108 ft 9\ in (33.16 m)height 32 ft 4 in (9.86 m)Power plantTwo 5,500 hp Soloview D-25V turboshaftsPayload5 man crew and 65-70 troops or 41 stretcher cases and2 medics or max 26,450 lb (12,000 kg) freightVariantsMi-6P : Civil versionFirst flightsPrototype:1957Production5 prototypes and 30 pre-production models, over 500(?)production models built from 1959/1960In serviceEgypt (UAR), Indonesia, Soviet Union, Vietnam (North): 620 miles 1,000 kmSOVIET UNION131 MIL MI-8 (HIP)MIL MI-10 (HARKE)TypeMedium transport helicopterWeightsempty 15,829 lb (7,180 kg)normal 24,470 lb (11,100 kg)maximum 26, 455 lb (12,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea levelmaximum cruising speed 140 mph (225 km/hr)range with 6,615 lb (3,000 kg) payload 264 miles (425 km)ferry range 590 miles (950 km)service ceiling 14,760 ft (4,500 m)hovering ceiling in ground effect 5,900 ft (1,800 m)hovering ceiling out of ground effect 2,625 ft (800 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 69 ft 10i in (21.29 m)length of fuselage 60 ft 0J in (18.31 m)height 18 ft 4\ in (5.60 m)Power plantTwo 1,500 hp Isotov TB-2-117A turboshaftsPayload2-3 man crew and 28 troops or 12 stretcher cases and1 medic or max 8,820 lb (4,000 kg) freightVariantsCivil versionsFirst flightsPrototype: 1961 (only one power plant!)ProductionSeries production from 1964In serviceCzechoslovakia,Bulgaria(?),Germany(East),Hungary,Poland,Rumania,SovietYugoslavia1 55 mph (250 km/hr)TypeHeavy flying-crane helicopterWeightsempty 60,186 lb (27,300 kg)maximum 95,790 lb (43,450 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 124 mph (200 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 112 mph (180 km/hr)range with 26,455 lb (12,000 kg) payload 155 miles(250 km)ferry range 391 miles (630 km)service ceiling 9,850 ft (3,000 m)Dimensionsmain rotor diameter 114 ft 10 in (35.00 m)length of fuselage 10 ft9J in (32.86 m)height 32 ft 6 in (9.90 m)Power plantTwo 5,500 hp Soloview D-25V turboshaftsPayload2-3 man crew and 28 troops or max 33,070 lb (15,000 kg)external freightVariantsMi-WKFurther developmentFirst flightsPrototype: 1960ProductionMi-10:Series production from 1960/1961In serviceSoviet Union:EgyptIraq,Union,(UAR),Pakistan,Sudan,Finland,Peru(?),Syria,5tc—gnp132SOVIET UNION MIL MI-10K (HARKE)MYASISHCHEV MYA-^4 'MOLOT' (BISON)TypeHeavy flying-crane helicopterDetails as for Mi-10 (Harke) with the followingexceptionsWeightsempty 54,410 lb (24,680 kg)maximum 83,776 lb (38,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at sea level 155 mph (250 km/hr)maximum cruising speed 124 mph (200 km/hr)ferry range 494 miles (795 [?] km)Dimensionsheight overall 25 ft 7 in (7.80 m)Payload2-3 man crew and 28 troops or max 24,250 lb (11,000 kg)external freightFirst flightsMi-IOK:1965ProductionSeries production from 1969TypeStrategic heavy bomber and reconnaissance aircraft6-8 man crewWeightsempty 176,370 lb (80,000 kg)normal 363,762 lb (165,000 kg)maximum 407,855 lb (185,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 10.000 ft (3,050 m) (Mach 0.85)621 mph (1,000 km/hr)maximum speed at 39,375 ft (12,000 m) 559 mph(900 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 36,000 ft (1 1,000 m) 478 mph(770 km/hr)range 6,990 miles (11,250 km)service ceiling 51,800 ft (15,800 m)Dimensionswing span 167 ft 3* in (51.00 m)length overall 159 ft U in (48.50 m)height overall 42 ftin (12.80 m)wing area 3,229.2 sq ft (300.00 sq m)Power plantFour Mikulin AM-3D turbojets each rated at 19,180 lb(8,700 kg)stArmamentSix 23 mm NR-23 cannon set in pairs, max 26,455 lb(12,000 kg) weapon load, e.g. bombs, rockets or ASMsVariants201-M Molotengines (each of 28,660 lb [13,000 kg] st)First flightsPrototype:1953ProductionMya-4: Approx 150 built from 1954-1956;201-M: Only a limited number built?In serviceMya-4, 201-M: Soviet Union: Further development with more powerfulSOVIET UNION133 SUKHOI SU-7MF (FITTER)SUKHOI SU-9 (FISHPOT)TypeSingle-seat strike fighterWeightsempty 19,004 lb (8,620 kg)normal 26,450 lb (12,000 kg)maximum 29,797 lb (13,425 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 39,375 ft (12,000 m) (Mach 1.7)(1,700 km/hr)maximum speed at 980 ft (300 m) (Mach 0.95) 720 mph(1,160 km/hr)radius of action 120-285 miles (32(M60 km)ferry range 900 miles (1,450 km)initial rate of climb 492.1 fps (150.0 m/sec)service ceiling 49,210 ft (15,000 m)Dimensionswing span 31length overall 56 ftin (17.00 m)height overallPower plantOne Lyulka AL-7F-1 turbojet rated at 14,198 lb(6,440 kg)/22,046 lb (10,000 kg) stArmamentTwo 30 mm NR-30 cannon with 70 rpg and max 2,200 lb(1,000kg) weapon load on four hard1,100 lb (500 kg) or 550 lb (250 kg) bombs and 2 rocketlauncherseachcontainingrocketsVariantsSU-7UTT (Moujik)FirstflightsPrototype:1955ProductionSeries production from 1958In serviceAfghanistan,Cuba,Czechoslovakia,Germany(East), Hungary,Poland, Rumania, Soviet Union, Syriaft 2 in (9.50 m)1 5 ft 5 in (4.70 m)pointse.g. twosixteen55 mmunguided: Two-seat strike fighterEgypt(UAR),India, Iraq, Korea (North),TypeSingle-seat all-weather fighterWeightsnormal 25,353 lb (11,500 kg)maximum 28,660-29,983 lb (13,000-13,600 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 39,375 ft (12,000 m) (Mach 1.8)1,190 mph (1,915 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 36,000 ft (11,000 m) 571 mph(920 km/hr)radius of action 310 miles (500 km)initial rate of climb 449.4 fps (137.0 m/sec)time to 39,375 ft (12,000 m) 4 min 30 secservice ceiling 55,770 ft (17,000 m)Dimensionswing span 27 ft 8J in (9.45 m)length overall 54 ft 11J in (16.76 m)height overall 16 ft 0i in (4.88 m)wing area 425.1 sq ft (39.50 sq m)Power plantOne Tumansky TRD-31 turbojet rated at 15,432 lb(7,000 kg)/22,046 lb (10,000 kg) stArmamentFour ALKALI AAMs or two ANAB AAMsVariantsSU-9UTI (Maiden): Two-seat strike trainerFirstflightsPrototype:1955ProductionSeries production from 1959, several seriesIn serviceSoviet UnionSu-7MFSu-7UT1<rri'I134SOVIET UNION SUKHOI SU-11 (FLAGON-A)TUPOLEV TU-16 (BADGER-A)TypeSingle-seat all-weather fighterWeightsnormal 35.000 lb (15,875 kg)maximum 40,000 lb (18,145 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 39,375 ft (12,000 m) (Mach 2.5)(1,650 mph) (2,655 km/hr)maximum speedat 980(1,465 km/hr)ferry range 1,490 miles (2,400 km)Dimensionswing span 31length overall 70 ft 6* in (21.50 m)height overall 16 ft 5 in (5.00 m)Power plantTwo Lyulka AL-9 turbojets each rated at 25,000 lb(11,340 kg)ArmamentTwo Anab AAMsVariantsFlagon-Bengines in fuselage (experimental model?)FirstflightsPrototype:1964-1965ProductionSeries production from 1969, over 400(?) delivered todate, monthly production of 15(?) aircraftIn serviceSoviet Unionft (300 m) (Mach1.2) 910 mphft 2 in (9.50 m): STOL fighter with three additional lift-jetTypeMedium bomber and reconnaissance aircraft7 man crewWeightsempty 88,185 lb (40,000 kg)normal 115,713 lb (52,500 kg)maximum 169,757 lb (77,000 kg)Performancemaximum speed at 35,000 ft (10,700 m) (Mach 0.87),587 mph (945 km/hr)maximum cruising speed at 32,800 ft (10,000 m) 490 mph(790 km/hr)range with 6,600 lb (3,000 kg) payload 4,000 miles(6,400 km)range w.m.p. 3,000 miles (4,800 km)service ceiling 42,650 ft (13,000 m)Dimensionswing span 110 ftin (33.50 m)length overall 120 ftheight overall 35 ft 6in (10.80 in)wing area 1,814.8 sq ft (168.60 sq m)Power plantTwo Mikulin AM-3M turbojets each rated at 20,950 lb(9,500 kg) stArmamentBADGER-A(9,000 kg) weapon load; e.g. bombsBADGER-B: Two Kennel or Kelt ASMs underwing;BADGER-C: One Kipper ASM stand-off bomb mountedbeneath the fuselageVariantsBADGER-B and BADGER-C: with ASMs;BADGER-D, E, F: with additional electronic equipment,mounted partly in underwing podsFirst nightsPrototype: 1954ProductionOver 2,000 built from 1955; manufactured in China(?)In serviceChina, Egypt (UAR), Indonesia, Iraq, Soviet Union1 1± in (36.87 m): Seven 23 mm cannon and max 19,800 lb<32Sl!SOVIET UNION135 TUPOLEV TU-20 (BEAR-A)TUPOLEV T...

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