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Model aircraft - McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle model

Model aircraft - McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle model

Category : Jet Era Models    Tag : model Jet paper model

Discover our F15 model aircraft.   History of the F15 fighter   In service for over 20 years, the F-15 Eagle is surely one of the best fighters in the world. The Eagle is both quick, agile and extraordinarily manoeuvrable in dogfight, able to climb like a rocket and best-equipped combat operational radar that allows it to locate, intercept and destroy beyond the horizon . Difficult to surpass the F-15 interception mission, he takes off in 300 meters and has a speed climb of 17,500 m / min, and is at an altitude 20,000 m only 2 minutes after its departure. 35,000 m and reaching distances of ... Read more

Convair F-102 Delta Dagger

Convair F-102 Delta Dagger

Category : Jet Era Models

1956 - Convair F-102 Delta Dagger   In the early 50s, the USAF wanted an interceptor effective to defend the U.S. against Soviet bombers. It should have capacity any time and fast, with a delta wing. The F-102 supersonic interceptor any time delta wings, resulting prototype designated YF-102, himself from the experimental device XF-92A. The latter was the first American plane delta wing and was designed to explore the concept that the Germans had begun to implement during the Second World War. This wing was considered the best because it reduces aerodynamic drag and therefore allows the aircr... Read more

Bell-X-1 model

Bell-X-1 model

Category : Jet Era Models    Tag : Jet

Bell-X1 model (1946) Legendary aircraft, the aircraft supersonic jet experimental Bell X-1 was designed following a tender in February 1945 from the U.S. Army Air Force and Nationaladvisory Committee for Aeronautics (NASA future). It was at the time of a program to study prototype engine-propelled rocket engine or to study the problems of heating materials in supersonic flight, a vital concern at the time for Air Force. The engineers at Bell Aircraft Company missing information for this unprecedented performance, had taken as a model for a ball made the fuselage of the aircraft. Factory releas... Read more

Sukhoi Su-27 model

Sukhoi Su-27 model

Category : Jet Era Models    Tag : Jet

1974 - Sukhoi Su-27 The Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker made his first appearance in western Paris Air Show in 1989. His first prototype, the T-10 a truly missed, was conceived in 1977 and was changed to the T-10S, much more promising. Proof of its great potential, it would give rise to an impressive family of fighter planes. The large number of versions developed thereafter demonstrates that the basic structure and aerodynamic configuration chosen initially were very sound, although many changes took place. Designed as a fighter interceptor and long-range, its autonomy, its performance and powerful rada... Read more

Jet Era Models

Jet Era Models

Category : Jet Era Models

The Jet Era The end of World War II found the victorious Allies with thousands of fighter planes, all but a few of which were obsolete because the Jet Age had arrived. Although peacetime budgets were cut to a minimum, military and civil leaders poured as much money as possible into research and development. The result was a series of ever more powerful and reliable jet engines, as well as new and increasingly radical airframes. The growth in jet power was paralleled by a revolution in electronics. This, plus the combination of new engines, new airframes, and advanced avionics resulted in aircr... Read more

Lockheed-SR-71-Blackbird

Lockheed-SR-71-Blackbird

Category : Jet Era Models

1966 - Lockheed-SR-71-Blackbird The reconnaissance overflights of the USSR were officially abandoned by President Eisenhower in the case of U-2 in 1960. At that time Lockheed proceeded to the development of three aircraft capable of exceeding Mach 3: A-12, F-12 and SR-71. The A-12 reconnaissance aircraft, was used by the CIA until the SR-71. The F-12, intercepting apparatus was never produced in series. Entered into service in 1966, the Lockheed SR-71A was in line with the Lockheed A-12, a spy plane developed in great secrecy by the American manufacturer. Capable of operating at close to Mach ... Read more

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