By Steve Ginter, Nick Williams
;Convair T-29 Flying school room, R4Y/C-131 Samaritan, CC-109 Cosmopolitan (Naval opponents sequence No 14) ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ,ТЕХНИКА Название: Convair T-29 Flying school room, R4Y/C-131 Samaritan, CC-109 Cosmopolitan (Naval warring parties sequence No 14)Автор: Steve Ginter, Nick WilliamsИздательство: Ginter BooksISBN: 0942612140Год: 1987Страниц: 114Формат: PDF в RARРазмер: 100.3МБЯзык: английскийAnother during this hugely revered sequence which varieties a finished consultant to fighter plane (and many different forms) operated by means of the united states army and US Marine Corps within the years given that global struggle II. The T-29/C-131/R4Y sequence of airplane was once one of many military's many cost-saving examples of buying current civil and advertisement designs for his or her software and delivery needs.Скачать: DepositfilesUploading Hotfile zero
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Samuel C. ,rfllf- _ ABOVE - YC-131C 53-7887 at Edwards AFB, California, for safety flight tests. LOW - YC-131C 53·7886 in MATS markings in 1955. T. Larkins) Note wingtip pitot tube. p. with four blade Aeroproducts propellers. Note da-glo prop and engine flash. R. Baker via Nick Williams) BELOW • at McCarren Field, Las Vegas, Nevada, in 1958. R. ,-U. S. ,.. ::::--- " 1 \ 37ee7 ..... - _---~__=:i~ U. S. ~A'R fORe! ,,, aircraft. Scheduled to arrive later in the year were two Boeing YC-97Js and two Lockheed YC-121Fs powered by Pratt & Whitney T-34 engines.
Colors were silver and white with da-glo nose and lower tail stripe. Upper tail stripe is blue. ~. ;;JI JC-131 B 53-7795 in grey and white scheme at NAS Moffott Field on 7-31-77. The purpose and function of the objects installed in the cargo door is unknown. (Swisher) JC-131B 53-7814 employed to test the F-106 weapon systems in 1960, note the F-106 radome and the missile pylon mounted aft of the nose gear. This extremely colorful aircraft is grey and white with black F-106 nose and cheat line. The C-131 nose, outer wing panels and wide rear fuselage band are da-glo and the en.
LaM. : C·131A 52·5782 in Sept. 1957 with yellow CONTINENTAL painted on the blue tail stripe, the tail cross is red. (P. Bowers via Clay Jansson) C-131A 52-5799 of the 1st. AEROMEDICAL TRANSPORT GROUP (Light) at McGuire AFB in May 1964. (R. Esposito via Clay Jansson) C·131 A 52-5801 of the 1405th. AMTW on 122-66. Note MAC has replaced MATS on the tail. (B. Donato via Clay Jansson) Pug nose radar equipped C-131A 52-5797 with 375th. AMAW on the main gear door and the MAC shield on the rear fuselage, on 2-266.
Convair T-29 Flying Classroom, R4Y/C-131 Samaritan, CC-109 Cosmopolitan (Naval Fighters Series No 14) by Steve Ginter, Nick Williams