Fighter I-16. Rogue "ass" Stalin's Falcons

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Fighter I-16. Rogue "ass" Stalin's Falcons

I-16 Polikarpov design - one of the most famous and massive Soviet fighters. Short and large forehead fuselage blending with wide wings, a massive tail, retractable landing gear gave him a completely unique and memorable appearance. One of the main advantages of I-16 - high maneuverability - has been achieved largely due to the back alignment, but also made the aircraft extremely unstable in flight. This situation will bring a lot of trouble in the preparation of the pilots, but it also played a positive role. The pilots are well mastered and 16, had refined the technique of piloting and easily transplanted to other more complex machines. Fighter affectionately called "ishachkom" and this nickname is perfectly suited to the restive while unpretentious in service and repair aircraft. Single copies of the pre-war buildings rose into the sky in the 1950s. At the beginning of the twenty-first century is stored in Russian museums, two of the original I-16, a few cars, aviation enthusiasts restored, flying in the sky, New Zealand, Spain and the United States.

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Original title: Fighter-16. Rogue "ass" Stalin's Falcons
Author: M. Maslov
Publisher: Yauza, Collection, Penguin Books
Year: 2007
Russian Language
Series: Arsenal Collection
Genre: Non-fiction
Format: PDF
Number of pages: 176
Quality: Scanned pages
Size: 104.00 MB (109,047,509 bytes)


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