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11 January 1933 first flight #flighttest of the Vickers 207

11 January 1933 first flight #flighttest of the Vickers 207

Behlman to integrate BL3X100 convertors into US Army Chinook avionics test system

Behlman to integrate BL3X100 convertors into US Army Chinook avionics test system

12 September 1936 First flight #flighttest of the Nakajima AT-2 Thora

12 September 1936 First flight #flighttest of the Nakajima AT-2 Thora

6 October 1933 First flight #flighttest of the Pander S-4

6 October 1933 First flight #flighttest of the Pander S-4

23 February 1951 first flight #flighttest of the Dassault Mystere MD.452

23 February 1951 first flight #flighttest of the Dassault Mystere MD.452

Zveno (Russian: Звено, Chain link or a military unit "Flight") was a parasite aircraftconcept developed in the Soviet Union during the 1930s. It consisted of a Tupolev TB-1 or aTupolev TB-3 heavy bomber acting as a mothership for between two and five fighters. Depending on the Zveno variant, the fighters either launched with the mothership or docked in flight, and they could refuel from the bomber. The definitive Zveno-SPB using a TB-3 and two Polikarpov I-16s, each armed with two 250 kg…

Zveno (Russian: Звено, Chain link or a military unit "Flight") was a parasite aircraftconcept developed in the Soviet Union during the 1930s. It consisted of a Tupolev TB-1 or aTupolev TB-3 heavy bomber acting as a mothership for between two and five fighters. Depending on the Zveno variant, the fighters either launched with the mothership or docked in flight, and they could refuel from the bomber. The definitive Zveno-SPB using a TB-3 and two Polikarpov I-16s, each armed with two 250 kg…

First flight of the Martin-Baker MB 5 prototype fighter 23/4 1944.

First flight of the Martin-Baker MB 5 prototype fighter 23/4 1944.

24 January 1950 first flight #flighttest of the Nord 1601 research aircraft

24 January 1950 first flight #flighttest of the Nord 1601 research aircraft

The Curtiss F7C Seahawk was a carrier-capable biplane fighter aircraft of the United States Navy Marine Corps in the late 1920s and early 1930s.

The Curtiss F7C Seahawk was a carrier-capable biplane fighter aircraft of the United States Navy Marine Corps in the late 1920s and early 1930s.

#flighttest 17 August 1909 First flight of the Grade monoplane

#flighttest 17 August 1909 First flight of the Grade monoplane

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