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Eccomi con  il nuovo bersaglio 

 

anche questo è di tipo aereo

 

a voi

 

 

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Impiegato anche da una nota pattuglia acrobatica ?

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Ad essere preciso non lo so 

 

potrebbe essere anche una successiva evoluzione

 

 

bhe intanto diciamo la nazionalità cosi da indirizzare anche gli altri

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Buongiorno a tutti,

 

per rispondere @danilo43 è Inglese

 

mentre per @Iscandar ci siamo quasi manca veramente poco

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Credo che si tratti di un velivolo impiegato principalmente per addestramento e precisamente il Folland Gnat, fratello minore del Hawker P 1067, progettato da un ingegnere della stessa casa costruttrice del precedente.  Utilizzato dalle pattuglie acrobatiche britanniche Red Arrows e Yellowjacks negli anni '60.  https://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Folland_Gnat

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Ricapitoliamo,

 

come già risposto il bersaglio è inglese 

 

Quello di voi che si è avvicinato di più è Iscandar 

ma ancora non ci siamo sul modello i numeri sono sbagliati

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E' un Hawker il bersaglio in oggetto è una evoluzione del P1067

 

rimase solo un progetto 

 

 

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In mezzo a tutte queste varianti di Hunter ci si perde!

Io provo con Hawker P-1099.

 

(c’era anche il P-1081 ma mi sembra abbia la cabina troppo in avanti)

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Da quanto ho capito non è un prototipo ma rimase allo stadio di progetto e quindi non avrebbe mai volato.

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@danilo43 si è proprio cosi un progetto

 

@Ocean's One ci siamo sempre più vicini ...

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Grazie @darth era un po' lunga questo è l'elenco dei modelli Hawker

P.1000: single seat fighter powered by Napier Sabre with contra-rotating propellers.
P.1001: close support bomber based on Henley to specification B.7.40.
P.1002: Hurricane with 20mm cannon. Became Mk IIC.
P.1003: Henley escort fighter conversion.
P.1004: two seat high altitude fighter to specification F.7/40.
P.1005: high speed bomber with two Rolls-Royce Sabres, leading to specification B.11/41.
P.1006: Henley close support bomber to specification B.20/40.
P.1007: single seat high altitude fighter.
P.1008: night fighter to specification F.18/40.
P.1009: Typhoon naval fighter to specification N.11/40.
P.1010: Typhoon with turbo-supercharger.
P.1011: P.1005 with Power Jet engines.
P.1012: Typhoon II with leading edge radiators. Became Tempest I.
P.1013: P.1005 with remotely operated guns.
P.1014: single seat fighter with Power Jet engine.
P.1015: P.1005 with Bristol Centaurus engine.
P.1016: Typhoon II with Rolls-Royce Griffon engine.
P.1017: single seat fighter based on Typhoon wings with Griffon engine.
P.1018: light fighter with Sabre IV, leading to Fury.
P.1019: light fighter with Griffon 61, leading to Fury.
P.1020: light fighter with Centaurus IV, leading to Fury.
P.1021: Tempest with Centaurus engine, leading to specification F.6/43.
P.1022: naval fighter to specification N.7/43. Became Sea Fury X.
P.1023: Tempest I with Sabre IV engine.
P.1024: Tempest development with Sabre engine.
P.1025: light fighter with Griffon engine.
P.1026: fighter to specification F.2/43. Became Fury.
P.1027: Tempest with Rolls-Royce RR46 engine.
P.1028: tail-less fighter.
P.1029: tail first fighter.
P.1030: fighter with 4000hp engine.
P.1031: fighter with Rolls-Royce B.40 jet engine.
P.1032: P.1026 with Rolls-Royce Eagle engine.
P.1033: P.1005 with two Eagle engines.
P.1034: P.1005 with two Rolls-Royce B.41 engines.
P.1035: P.1026 with Rolls-Royce B.41 jet engine amidships, air intakes in the wing and split jet exhaust pipe.
P.1036: P.1026 with Sabre V.
P.1037: twin-boom fighter with two Griffons.
P.1038: P.1034 with Rolls-Royce B.41 engine.
P.1039: P.1034 with two B.41s in fuselage.
P.1040: P.1035 with B.41 in fuselage. Became Sea Hawk.
P.1041: replacement for D.H.98 Mosquito.
P.1042: P.1040 development.
P.1043: P.1040 without undercarriage.
P.1044: naval fighter bomber.
P.1045: naval P.1040.
P.1046: naval P.1040 with rocket boost.
P.1047: P.1046 with extreme sweep-back to wings.
P.1048: fighter with two AS.65 engines.
P.1049: fighter with AS.65 and extreme sweep-back.
P.1050: long range, high altitude, tail-less transport.
P.1051: naval bomber to carry large missile.
P.1052: research aircraft based on Sea Hawk and P. 1047. Two built.
P.1053: various fighter designs powered by rockets.
P.1054: fighter to specification F.43/46 with two AS.65s close to fuselage.
P.1055: eight seat commercial aircraft.
P.1056: night fighter to specification F.44/46, with straight wing.
P.1057: night fighter to specification F.44/46, with swept wing.
P.1058: four/five seat private or air taxi low wing monoplane, with two Lycoming or Continental engines.
P.1059: naval P.1056 with wing nacelles.
P.1060: naval P.1056 with fuselage nacelles.
P.1061: P.1054 with straight wing.
P.1062: P.1052 with AS.65 engine.
P.1063:to specification H.9/47.
P.1064: research aircraft with two Avons over the wing.
P.1065: fighter with one jet and one 2,000lb rocket engine.
P.1066: not used.
P.1067: fighter to specification F.3/48. Became Hunter.
P.1068: P.1040 with Rolls-Royce RB.66 engine.
P.1069 to P.1071: transonic research aircraft.
P.1072: P.1040 with AS Snarler rocket. One conversion.
P.1073: fighter.
P.1074: P.1040 with modified wings.
P.1075: P.1062 with Nene engine.
P.1076: development of P.1067.
P.1077: general purpose fighter with two Avons.
P.1078: P.I052 with rocket assistance.
P.1079: not used.
P.1080: P.1052 to Australian specification.
P.1081: P.1052 with Rolls-Royce Nene or Tay.
P.1082: fighter to specification F.23/48.
P.1083: Hunter with 50 degrees swept wing.
P.1084 and P.1085: research aircraft with delta wing.
P.1086: not used.
P.1087: naval version of P.1081.
P.1088: light fighter with two 3,000lb st engines.
P.1089: rocket fighter with 5,000lb st engine.
P.1090: Hunter with D.H. Gyron engine.
P.1091: Hunter with delta wing in co-operation with Avro.
P.1092: two seat, all weather supersonic fighter with delta wing.
P.1093: single seat, all weather supersonic fighter with delta wing.
P.1094: P.1072 with new thin wing.
P.1095: P.1083 with larger fuselage and Sapphire 4 or Avon RA.14, and reheat.
P.1096: supersonic fighter with delta wing and Rolls-Royce R B.106.
P.1097: P.1083 with R.B.106.
P.1098: 16 passenger short haul airliner with high wing and swing tail for freight work Two Alvis Leonides engines and fixed tricycle undercarriage.
P.1099: Hunter with Avon RA.19 or RA.28.
P.1100: supersonic development of Hunter with R.A.24 and two rockets.
P.1101: two seat Hunter trainer. Became T.7.
P.1102: Hunter with new thin wing.
P.1103: two seat interceptor fighter with D.H. Gyron engine, to carry two Vickers Red Dean missiles; to specification F.155T.
P.1104: aircraft with two Rolls-Royce R.B.112s designed to reach Mach 2.
P.1105: Hunter F.6 with podded rocket boost engines.
P.1106: Hunter with thin, greater span wing.
P.1107: straight wing supersonic fighter with four engines.
P.1108: naval strike fighter to specification M.I48T.
P.1109: Hunter F.6 with Firestreak missiles.
P.1110 to P.1113: not used.
P.1114: all-weather Hunter with Rolls-Royce Avon engine.
P.1115: all-weather Hunter with Armstrong-Siddeley Sapphire engine.
P.1116: strike derivative of P.II03, retaining two crew.
P.1117: information not available.
P.1118: supersonic Hunter with thin, straight wing.
P.1119: information not available.
P.1120: Hunter advanced trainer.
P.1121: single seat air superiority strike aircraft developed from P.1103.
P.1122: P.I 121 with steel wing.
P.1123: two seat stretched version of P.I 121.
P.1124: supersonic rocket powered target aircraft.
P.1125: twin Rolls-Royce R.B.I33 Medway version of P.O.
P.1126: subsonic VTOL strike aircraft; multi lift with two Bristol-Siddeley Orpheus.
P.1127: V/STOL fighter. Became Kestrel. Page 63.
P.1128: six seat business jet aircraft with two Britol-Siddeley Orpheus, based on Hunter.
P.1129: strike aircraft in competition with TSR-2, with two R-R Medway or two B-S Olympus.
P.1130: Hunter two seat, all-weather fighter.
P.1131: long range freighter with four Rolls- Royce Tyne turboprops.
P.1132: strike aircraft with two Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus. P. 1133: Hunter with AI.23 radar and Firestreak missiles.
P.1134: Mach 3 research aircraft, with one engine and ramjets.
P.1135: information not available.
P.1136: canard design with lift engines and cruise engine.
P.1137: V/STOL strike aircraft with engines in tilting nacelles.
P.1138: information not available.
P.I 139: fighter with two lift engines and lift/cruise Rolls/Royce RB.163. similar in layout to Soviet's YAK 36 (Forger).
P.1140: supersonic version of P.1139.
P.1141: STOL fighter with Bristol-Siddeley Pegasus with reheat.
P.1142: information not available.
P.1143: V/STOL strike aircraft with tilting nacelle.
P.1144 to P.1148: information not available.
P.1149: two seat strike aircraft with six lift engines and two lift/cruise Rolls-Royce Speys.
P.1150: supersonic thin wing development of P.1127, with advanced Pegasus and plenum chamber burning in the forward nozzles.
P.1151: information not available.
P.1152: two seat strike aircraft with four lift engines lift cruise engine with reheat
P.1153: information not available.
P.1154: two seat naval supersonic development of P.1150 to NATO specification NBMR-3. PCB equipped BS.100 engine. Also single seat RAF version.
P.1155: P.1154 with lift engines fore and aft.

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bhe diciamo che su questo modello si sono dati parecchio da fare !!! 

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Come credo di aver detto già in passato  

 

mi sa che abbiamo gli stessi libri con @Iscandar 😀😁😂🤣

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Ad essere brutto è brutto

 

e  questo mi aveva portato a pensare che fosse Franzoso ed invece è Albionico !!!

 

Hunting 126

 

 

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Buonasera ecco la preda che ho selezionato per voi

Nazionalità e modello

 

buona caccia

 

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Buongiorno

 

@Iscandar anche questa volta il colpo è andato a segno 

 

a te il timone

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Ha più controventature della Torre Eiffel, ma puzza d'oltremanica da un chilometro, pardon un miglio, di distanza ,,,,,

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Magistrale questo soggetto!

 

__________

 

EDIT: e invece no!

Non è un Fouga CM-170 Magister, a cui alludevo con la battuta di cui sopra.

Penso invece che sia un altro modello.

Giusto, Massimiliano?

 

Solo che ormai mi sono giocato il mio lancio.

Lascio ad altri il secondo tentativo, poi eventualmente subentrerò di nuovo io.

 

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Appartiene infatti alla stirpe Magister.

Si tratta dell' Aerospatiale Fouga 90.

 

Una profonda rivisitazione che però non era un progetto completamente nuovo.

Non essendo abbastanza innovativo per succedere al Magister, rimase allo stadio di prototipo.

In seguito ebbero invece successo "i falchi e i maschi alfa", come ho scritto sopra (pardon, Hawk e Alpha Jet!).


 

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