By Simon Dunstan
Publication through Dunstan, Simon
Read or Download British battle tanks. 1945 to the present. PDF
Similar military technology books
Booklet via Shaw, Robbie
;OKB Tupolev A historical past of the layout Bureau and its airplane КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: Yefim Gordon & Vladimir Rigmant Название: OKB Tupolev A heritage of the layout Bureau and its plane Издательство: Midland Год: 2005 Формат: pdfРазмер: 149 мб Для сайта: www. mirknig. comA background of the layout Bureau and its airplane Yefim Gordon & Vladimir Rigmant The origins of the layout bureau that was once to endure his identify may be traced again to the appointment of Andrey Nikolayevich Tupolev as head of the TsAGIs Aviation division in 1918.
Presents ancient details, together with pictures and illustrations, of the U.S. Marine Corps' efforts in evening strive against flying in the course of global struggle II and the Korean warfare.
In brief discusses guns utilized in the USA from the innovative battle to the current.
- Warfare and Society: Archaeological and Social Anthropological Perspectives
- Explosives, Propellants and Pyrotechnics (Brassey's World Military Technology)
- Essex Class Carriers in Action - Warships No. 10
- Fighters 1914-19. Attack and Training Aircraft
- Panzerwrecks 7: Ostfront
- F-104 Starfighter in Detail & Scale - D & S Vol. 38
Extra info for British battle tanks. 1945 to the present.
In accordance with this demand, the aircraft industry proposed commissioning a heavy armoured ground- attack aircraft (TSh-B - tyazholyy shtoormovik-bombardirovshchlk) for the destruction of well-protected ground targets, including tanks, on the battlefield. TsAGI received the commission for the TSh-B, designated ANT-17 in the Tupolev OKB, in 1929 and work was undertaken in 1930 on designing an unconventional aircraft with a heavy offensive cannon and machine-gun armament, bombs, and an early comprehensive form of armour protection.
The ANT-14 was completed on 30th July 1931, and on 14th August M. M. Gromov made the first flight. He reported that the aircraft behaved well, was easy to handle and was not susceptible to turbulence. The test flights passed without a hitch; encouraged by this, the designers decided to increase the seating capacity to 36. The aircraft proved successful and on a par with foreign A four-view of the ANT-14, illustrating the two alternative main landing gear designs used. machines of the same class, but it was not placed in production.
The SPB (skorosnoy pikeeruyushchiy bombardirovshchik - fast dive bomber) version consisting of a TB-3 Top left: The ANT-6 prototype. Note the original shape of the engine nacelles with forwardmounted radiators. Above left: Paratroopers take the jump from a TB-3 4M-17 with the tail number '8 Red'. Left: Two TB-3s powered by the later M-17F engines with aft-mounted radiators. Note the identification stripes on the wings. Right: An l-Z fighter equipped with a special hook engages the trapeze of the TB-3 serving as the mother ship' of the Zveno-4 system.