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Northrop Grumman F5

The Northrop Grumman F5 is a light supersonic fighter. Although less complex than some contemporary aircraft, it was significantly cheaper to produce and operate. The F5 had its first unit delivered in 1964, and the last one in 1989. Approximately two-thirds of the original production of over 2600 units are still operating across 26 countries. The F5 […]

Lockheed C130

Lockheed’s long-lived C130 Hercules has enjoyed an incredible career and continues to serve over 60 nations in a variety of roles. It is sometimes forgotten that the C130 was the very first U.S. airplane, other than fighters and bombers, to use turbine engines. The C130 was introduced in 1954 and continues to be produced.  It […]

Lockheed P3

The Lockheed P3 Orion land-based maritime patrol and anti-submarine warfare aircraft is operational in the air forces of seventeen countries. Uniquely suited as the world’s premier multi-mission maritime long-endurance aircraft, the P3 performs air, surface, and subsurface patrol and reconnaissance tasks over extended periods and far from support facilities. More than 700 P3 aircraft were […]

Embraer T27

Designed in 1978 the T27 Tucano is a single-engine turboprop, low wing, equipped with a turbine Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-25C, driving a three-bladed propeller, with student and instructor sitting in tandem under a single hood, opening sidelong. The Tucano was a success in the international market of turboprop training aircraft, with the cockpit instruments […]

Bell AH1

The Bell AH1 Cobra is a single-engine attack helicopter introduced in 1967. It was the world’s first dedicated armed attack helicopter. Heavily armed, highly maneuverable, and quick, the AH1 proved to be a powerful combatant. The engine, transmission, and rotor system of the AH1 Cobra were derived from the UH1 Iroquois utility military helicopter. Its precedent-setting […]

Sikorsky UH60

The UH60 Black Hawk, developed by Sikorsky, has been operational in the US Army since 1978. More than 2,000 variants are in service with the US Military and more than 600 exported to over 28 countries around the globe. The primary mission of the Black Hawk helicopter is as a troop carrier and logistical support […]

GE J85 Engine

The J85 engine is a powerplant for high-performance trainers and tactical aircraft. With more than 75 million flight hours experience on military and commercial models, the J85 offers the highest thrust-to-weight ratio of any production engine in its class in the free world. J85 engines first entered service in 1960. It is used on the […]

Rolls Royce AE3007 Engine

Manufactured by Rolls Royce the AE3007 turbofan entered into service in 1995 as a leader in its class, meeting the meticulous requirements of regional, corporate and military customers. The AE3007 has been a fuel efficiency leader since its introduction, making it the greenest engine in its class and enjoys the reputation of being the quietest […]

Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A Engine

The Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A is a family of twin-shaft turboprop engines and the world’s most popular engine in its class. Its design was started in 1958, entered service in 1964, there have been over 50,000 engines produced and they are still under production today. As many as 69 different versions of the PT6A […]

Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 Engine

The Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100 aircraft engine is more descriptive as a family than one particular engine. Engines in the family range from the PW118 through PW127, with shaft horsepower ranging from 1,800 to 2,800 turboprops. The engine first entered service in 1984. Pratt & Whitney Canada has certified 38 PW100 engine models since […]