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      The de Havilland Mosquito  
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    The de Havilland Mosquito was a British WW2 combat aircraft known affectionately as the "Mossie". Powered by a pair of Rolls-Royce Merlins with the pilot and navigator sitting side by side, it used a plywood and balsa structure in a time when wooden construction was considered outmoded. Both feared and admired it was one of the true greats of British aviation.
    Version: Filesize: 23.97 MB
    Added on: 08-Sep-2009 Downloads: 4389 Rating: 7.0 (5 Votes)
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      Concorde 
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    The Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde was a turbojet-powered supersonic passenger airliner (SST). A product of an Anglo-French government treaty, combining the manufacturing efforts of Aérospatiale and the BAC. First flown in 1969, Concorde entered service in 1976 and continued for 27 years. As a result of the type's only crash (on 25 July 2000), operations ceased on 24 October 2003.
    Version: Filesize: 10.56 MB
    Added on: 11-Jul-2009 Downloads: 4209 Rating: 7.0 (3 Votes)
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      SR-71 Blackbird  Popular
    Description: The SR-71 remains the world's fastest and highest-flying production aircraft, capable of Mach 3+ at altitudes of over 85,000 feet. In flight the titanium skin is heated to 500°C and expands by 15cm. The fuselage has longtitudinal creases to absorb this heat expansion but unsealed tanks leak fuel while on the ground. The Pratt & Whitney J-58 enigines start flight as turbojets, then become ramjets above Mach 1.6, requiring a steep dive due to anaemic low speed peformance. The SR-71's JP-7 fuel is used as a coolant and lubricant during flight, and contains caesium to mask the radar signature of the exhaust plume. Music: Trentemoller - Take Me Into Your Skin
    Version: Filesize: 31.15 MB
    Added on: 20-May-2009 Downloads: 19101 Rating: 9.0 (42 Votes)
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      Do-335 Pfeil 
    Description: The Dornier Do-335 Pfeil ("Arrow") was a World War II heavy fighter. The Pfeil's performance was much better than that of other twin-engine designs due to its unique "push-pull" layout. The Luftwaffe was desperate to get the design into use, but delays in engine deliveries meant only a handful were delivered before the war ended.
    Version: Filesize: 3.45 MB
    Added on: 08-May-2009 Downloads: 4799 Rating: 7.0 (5 Votes)
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      P-47 Thunderbolt 
    Description: Republic P-47 Thunderbolt, also known as the "Jug" was the largest single-engined fighter of its day. It was one of the main USAAF fighters of WWII, and also served with other Allied air forces. The P-47 was effective in air combat but proved especially adept at ground attack. It had eight .50-caliber machine guns, four per wing. When fully loaded the P-47 could weigh up to eight tons.
    Version: Filesize: 52.73 MB
    Added on: 02-May-2009 Downloads: 2812 Rating: 10.0 (1 Vote)
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      The Supermarine Spitfire 
    Description:
    The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter used by the RAF during WW2, where it achieved legendary status. From it's Schneider Trophy origins, the aircraft went through 24 marks and many sub-variants. The Spitfire was named after daughter of the director of Vickers-Armstrong, who referred to her as his "little spitfire". The operational history of the Spitfire started when MkIs entered service with 19 Squadron at RAF Duxford on 04/08/1938. There was, and still is, a common perception that it was solely responsible for winning the Battle of Britain, however the more numerous Hawker Hurricane actually shouldered a greater proportion of the burden against the Luftwaffe. Music: Pretty Lights - 'Stay'.
    Version: Filesize: 48.20 MB
    Added on: 11-Apr-2009 Downloads: 4758 Rating: 9.0 (4 Votes)
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      Avro Arrow  Popular
    Description:
    The Avro Canada CF-105 Arrow was a delta-winged interceptor aircraft, designed and built by Avro Aircraft Limited in Canada. The highly advanced design held the promise of Mach 2 speeds at altitudes exceeding 50,000 ft, and was intended to serve as the Royal Canadian Air Force's primary interceptor in the 1960s and beyond. Not long after the 1958 start of its flight test program, the development of the Arrow (including its Orenda Iroquois jet engines) was abruptly and controversially halted, sparking a long and bitter political debate. Music: Steve Fisk & Benjamin Gibbard Overture - 'Kurt Cobain: About a Son' Soundtrack.
    Version: Filesize: 18.92 MB
    Added on: 27-Mar-2009 Downloads: 6602 Rating: 8.0 (9 Votes)
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      XFY Pogo 
    Description:
    The Convair XFY Pogo tailsitter was an experimental VTOL aircraft developed during the 1950's. It had delta wings and three-bladed contra-rotating propellers powered by a 5,500 hp Allison YT40-A-16 turboprop engine. It was intended to be a high-performance fighter aircraft capable of operating from small warships. Landing the XFY-1 was difficult as the pilot had to look over his shoulder while carefully working the throttle to land.
    Version: Filesize: 10.28 MB
    Added on: 21-Mar-2009 Downloads: 4884 Rating: 9.0 (3 Votes)
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      SU-25 Frogfoot  Popular
    Description:
    The Sukhoi Su-25 is a Soviet single-seat, twin-engine close air support jet. The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975. NATO assigned the aircraft the name "Frogfoot". Russian pilots nicknamed it "Grach" ("Rook"). The pilot sits low in the cockpit, protected by an armoured bathtub assembly which makes for a cramped cockpit. Visibility is also limited, a trade-off for improved pilot protection. Rearwards visibility is very limited, compensated by a periscope. Music: Death in Vegas - 'Rematerialised'.
    Version: Filesize: 39.05 MB
    Added on: 11-Mar-2009 Downloads: 5243 Rating: 8.0 (7 Votes)
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      Sukhoi T-4 Sotka  Popular
    Description:
    The T-4 "Sotka" was an experimental supersonic aircraft which first flew in 1972 eight years after the United States' XB-70 Valkyrie. The T-4 was made largely from titanium and stainless steel, and featured possibly the first fly-by-wire control system. It had a lowerable nose section, similar to Concorde, to provide better visibility from the flight deck during takeoff and landing. With the nose raised, a periscope was used for forward vision. It was designed to fly at Mach 3, but is believed to have reached Mach 1.4.
    Version: Filesize: 2.95 MB
    Added on: 06-Mar-2009 Downloads: 5226 Rating: 10.0 (1 Vote)
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