The trainer was used by more than 20 different countries. A total of 6,557 T-33s were built and some are still flying. Retrieved: 30 January 2015. ^ «P-80 Shooting Star/47-1392.» aerialvisuals.ca. After the war, the USAAF compared the P-80 and Me 262 concluding, «Despite a difference in gross weight of nearly 2,000 lb (900 kg), the Me 262 was superior to the P-80 in acceleration, speed and approximately the same in climb performance. Lockheed’s team, consisting of 28 engineers, was led by the legendary Clarence L. «Kelly» Johnson. Наши специалисты не только установят систему сигнализации, но и расскажут как наиболее эффективно ей пользоваться, вместе с Вами мы реализуем на базе системы индивидуальные средства защиты.
Additional Phantoms arrived during the 1970s under «Peace Echo II» through «Peace Echo V» and «Nickel Grass» programs. The Great Book of Fighters. St. Paul, Minnesota: MBI Publishing, 2001. ISBN 0-7603-1194-3. Grossnick, Roy and William J. Armstrong. The RF-4C was the only aircraft equipped with the ultra-long-range KS-127 LOROP (long-range oblique photography) camera, and was used for a variety of reconnaissance missions. In spite of flying almost daily missions, only one RF-4C was lost in a fatal accident before the start of hostilities.
Kelly Johnson submitted a design proposal in mid-June and promised that the prototype would be ready for testing in 180 days. The Skunk Works team, beginning 26 June 1943, produced the airframe in 143 days, delivering it to Muroc Army Airfield on 16 November. Нетрудно догадаться, какой автомобиль предпочтет «взять в работу» злоумышленник. Retrieved: 11 January 2008. ^ «Wings and Rotors Air Museum proudly presents the McDonnell F4H-1 Phantom II BuNo 145310.» Wings and Rotors Air Museum. Although by 1965 USAF F-4Cs began carrying SUU-16 external gunpods containing a 20 mm (.79 in) M61A1 Vulcan Gatling cannon, USAF cockpits were not equipped with lead-computing gunsights until the introduction of the SUU-23, virtually assuring a miss in a maneuvering fight. Leicester, UK: Midland Counties Publications, 1991. ISBN 978-0-904597-80-6. Dean, Jack. «Sleek Snooper.» Airpower, Volume 31, No. 2, March 2001. Donald, David and Jon Lake, eds. Retrieved: 19 November 2007. ^ Kirk, R., & Lihani, R. (Producers). (8 February 29). Dogfights «Supersonic» [Transcript, Television series episode]. In Dogfights.