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Richard, e-mail, 20.11.2020 22:01

Olá,

Gostava de saber o que é o cabo que vai da canopy a deriva. Também gostava de saber se o T3 tinha 2 pylons ou 4 como os R3/4 ?

Obrigado.

Richard


Richard, e-mail, 20.11.2020 22:00

Olá,

Gostava de saber o que é o cabo que vai da canopy a deriva. Também gostava de saber se o T3 tinha 2 pylons ou 4 como os R3/4 ?

Obrigado.

Richard


bombardier, e-mail, 24.05.2011 11:21

Although created as a fighter it was a little too slow for the role


Barry, 01.12.2010 14:36

The G91Y was powered by two General Electric J85-13A single shaft augmented turbojets each rated at 4080lb thrust with full afterburner, as opposed to the 5000ib thrust of the Orpheus.


Capt. J. Gonalves ling_corsai, e-mail, 12.11.2010 00:43

Hey Ampo, you forgot Portugal. This fighter equipped the PAF for more than 20years. I flew it for four years before the A7.
The Fiat was a very nice aircraft but limited in range and ordnance. Nice cameras on the nose. The R3 had 2X30mm guns, very powerful.


paul scott, e-mail, 16.09.2009 21:00

Apologies, it IS here under the 'trainers' mantra - but of a roundabout way of finding it though.


paul scott, e-mail, 20.08.2009 16:05

Strange that this website has no listing for 'Aermacchi' who as many of you know produced the excellent MB 326/339 light trainers/aircraft.


Ampo, e-mail, 18.07.2009 17:21

This aircraft beat the F-5A freedom fighter in the nato's program for a light fighter.
It was the most important fighter in germay (and in italy) for almost 20 years.

The only problem: no radar. Hawker Hunter and Dassault etendard have no radar, too.




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