By Bert Kinzey, Ray Leader
A-6 Intruder: US army Bomber and Tanker types КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ A-6 Intruder: US military Bomber and Tanker types (Colours & Markings 6)ByBert KinzeyPublisher:TAB Bks, US198768 PagesISBN: 0830685294PDF32 MBDetail & Scale, Inc. is please to have bought the colours & Markings sequence, and this quantity is the 1st one to be published in view that this acquisition used to be made. it truly is being published as a significant other quantity to The A-6 Intruder intimately & Scale, which covers the numerous information of the Intruder within the universal element & Scale format.The A-6 Intruder is understood for its excessive measure of sophistication that permits it to assault objectives in any climate, day or evening. it's been round for 1 / 4 of a century, and turns out to recuperate with time. it isn't recognized for its attractive and modern strains. in its place, it truly is thought of whatever under eye-appealing by means of many, yet a number of the extra colourful paint schemes ever obvious on army airplane were utilized to it. a lot of those are proven within the pictures that seem at the pages of this book.SharingmatrixDepositfiles zero
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The first proposals for a fast aircraft from two single-seat fighters were based on the Bf 109 and Me 309. Such a combination had the advantage of taking less time to develop and put into production than a completely new aircraft for the same role. The cost for redesign and the designing of jigs and tools was only 30% of that of a new design. Another advantage of using an existing type was of course the accelerated testing, since prototypes could be produced quickly and, if necessary, in large numbers.
Alt. 5 8 3 0 0 kg 4700 100 1140 125 170 2000 8 3 0 0 kg 5170 100 1140 125 170 2000 Loss of speed by 1 x 1000 kg bomb ca. 50 kph at 0 m , 7 5 kph at opt. alt. These performance figures were calculated in haste and must therefore be treated as approximate values. Mach numbers were not taken into consideration. P. P. At 0 m Max. P. At opt. 1 Equipped weight 6 380 kg 100 Crew 1 350 Fuel 85 Oil Ammunition 410 (500) Bombs Takeoff weight 8 3 2 5 kg Max. speeds At 0 m takeoff power 595 kph 580 climb and combat power at opt.
Zieher, losing his life. (Böttner) a technical directive was issued in November 1944 (TAGL II Bf 109 A2 Nr. 3, 427/44) which contained detailed instructions to the front-line maintenance shops for the replacement of the antenna mast and, if required, conversion of the antenna installation to the current production standard. In the modification process the aerial was simply hooked into a hole in the fuselage spine, led through the DF loop and attached to the fin with a metal lashing. 5 meters, consisted of impregnated hemp rope (85 cm), an eye, flexible wire (40 cm), the actual antenna between the insulators (167 cm), flexible wire (41 cm) and the safety spring, which was hooked onto the fin.
A-6 Intruder: US Navy Bomber and Tanker Versions by Bert Kinzey, Ray Leader