By Yefim Gordon
Книга Soviet/Russian airplane guns considering that global conflict Soviet/Russian plane guns seeing that global struggle Книги Вооружение Автор: Y.Gordon Год издания: 2004 Формат: pdf Издат.:Midland Страниц: 208 Размер: 54.27 ISBN: 1857801881 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Weapons layout is as the most important a facet of a wrestle aircraft's improvement because the paintings of the airframers or propulsion experts. Soviet and Russian strive against plane as a rule have a well-earned attractiveness as able battling machines -- a name due in no small half to the punch they pack.This new booklet examines the improvement of alternative sessions of guns carried via Soviet/Russian plane. One bankruptcy is dedicated to cannons, whereas others conceal missiles built by means of a variety of layout bureaus, together with the now-famous Vympel, Raduga and Zvezda businesses -- air-to-air missiles, from the Mikoyan KS-1 anti-shipping missile of the mid-1950s to 'smart guns' of this day, resembling the laser-guided Raduga Kh-29L and TV-guided Kh-29T. Due realization is usually paid to unguided rockets, bombs (including guided bombs) and various gun pods, submunitions dispensers and podded aim designator/guidance structures linked to a number of the air-to-ground munitions.
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