United States Aircraft, Missiles, and Spacecraft

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National Aviation Education Council, 1962
 

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Strona 129 - SIKORSKY AIRCRAFT DIVISION, United Aircraft Corp., Stratford. Connecticut REMARKS The twin-engine S-56 has been delivered to both Army and Marine units and carries 36 fully-equipped troops or equivalent payload in cargo. Loading and unloading may be achieved through clamshell doors in the nose, a cabin floor hatch or cargo door located on the right side of the fuselage. A traversing electric hoist with 2000-pound capacity permits easy cargo shifting in the cabin. Auto-pilot and semi-automatic blade...
Strona 69 - A3D-2T, the Navy's first jet bomber-trainer. These configurations utilize the former bomb bay area to accommodate special equipment and additional personnel in a new pressurized cockpit and cabin. On March 21, 1957, a transcontinental speed record was broken when an A3D-1 completed a round trip from Los Angeles to New York and return in 9 hours 31 minutes 35.4 seconds (1 hour 46 minutes under the old record). Simultaneously, the east-to-west record was bettered. This was 5 hours 12 minutes 39.24...
Strona 93 - H-34A, but the Huskie has twice the interior space and twice the payload capacity. The rotor system, as in preceding models, is a synchropter with two counter rotating, intermeshing main rotors which inherently overcome torque and require no tail rotor. Air Force orders to date call for 175 of these rugged, maneuverable aircraft.
Strona 109 - Ib. thrust; Fuel Capacity 381 gal. without tip tanks, 581 gal. with tip tanks; Wing Area 255 sq. ft.; Aileron Area 190 sq. ft.; Flap Area 50 sq. ft.; Fin Area 38 sq ft.; Total Rudder Area 10.71 sq. ft.; Stabilizer Area 68 sq. ft.; Elevator Area 17.66 sq. ft PERFORMANCE Maximum Speed 429 knots at 25,000 ft.; Cruise Speed 362 knots at 34,700 ft.; Landing Speed 67 knots; Rate of Climb 5000 fpm at Sea Level; Service Ceiling 42,500 ft.; Absolute Ceiling 45,000 ft.; Range with Maximum Payload 840 nautical...
Strona 32 - Air in just two years of production has been widely accepted by US corporations and both government and civilian customers of 14 nations in Europe, South America and Asia. The Queen Air offers optional factory-installed standby rocket power (JATO), Cagle brakes, oxygen system and weather-avoidance radar. SPECIFICATIONS Span 45 ft. 10.5 in.; Length 33 ft. 4 in.; Height 14 ft. 2 in.; Empty Weight 4660 lb.; Gross Weight 7700 lb.; Wing Loading 27.8 Ib. per sq. ft.; Power Loading 12.03 lb. per bhp; Engines...
Strona 64 - Ceiling 17,500 ft.; Absolute Ceiling 19,150 ft. PERFORMANCE Cruise Speed 125 mph; Rate of Climb 1145 fpm; Range at 75 percent power at 8000 ft. 510 mi. CHAMPION TRI-TRAVELER SPECIFICATIONS Span 33 ft. 5 in.; Length 21 ft. 8 in.; Height 8 ft. 8 in.; Empty Weight 968 Ib.; Gross Weight 1450 Ib.; Useful Load 482 Ib.; Baggage 50 Ib.; Wing Loading 8.8 psf; Power Loading 16.50 php. PERFORMANCE Maximum Speed 135 mph; Cruising Speed 108 mph; Landing Speed 42 mph; Rate of Climb 900 fpm; Cruising Range 500...
Strona 111 - Load 1380 mi. REMARKS Mission of the A3J is to provide the fleet with an all-weather, carrier-based attack weapon system which can deliver both conventional and nuclear weapons at either high or low altitudes on difficult targets at supersonic speeds. The A3J-1 features a high, thin swept wing and all-movable slab-type tail surfaces with spoiler/deflectors in lieu of conventional ailerons for lateral control. The wing is equipped with droopable leading edges and flaps with boundary layer control,...
Strona 71 - ... 1959. Production of the Bellanca 260 was begun March, 1959. First flight of the prototype was on November 16, 1958. FAA type certification was secured on February 20, 1959, and first production airplane was delivered March 6, 1959. Current production rate is three airplanes each week. The Bellanca 260 is the descendant of a long line of Bellanca airplanes dating back to 1918. SPECIFICATIONS Span 34 ft. 2 in.; Length 22 ft. II in.; Height 6 ft. 4 in.; Empty Weight 1690 lb.; Wing Loading 16.7 Ib....
Strona 74 - GAR-3 missiles and Douglas Genie MB-1 nuclear warhead. The F-106B is the two-seat version of the F-106A with all-weather capabilities and carrying the same armament. First flight of the F-106A was made December 26, 1956, at Edwards Air Force Base, California. First flight of the F-106B was on April 9, 1958, at the same base. First deliveries of the F-106A to operational Air Force North American Air Defense Command squadrons were made in 1959. SPECIFICATIONS Span 38 ft. 1.6 in.; Length 70 ft. 8.78...
Strona 29 - Lycoming 1GSO480-A1A6 supercharged, with fuel injection, 320 hp normal rated; Fuel Capacity 230 gal.; Propeller Hartzell three-blade, hydraulic controlled constant speed, full feathering; Wing Area 280 sq. ft.; Aileron Area 13.8 sq. ft.; Flap Area 29.3 sq. ft.; Fin Area 14.25 sq. ft.; Rudder Area 12.77 sq. ft.; Stabilizer Area 47.25 sq. ft.; Elevator Area 17.87 sq. ft. PERFORMANCE Maximum Speed 239 mph at 320 hp at 3200 rpm at 12,000 ft.; Cruise Speed 214 mph at 224 hp at 2750 rpm at 15,200 ft.;...

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