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CL' ]SIFICATION Approved For RtEffiL 1"EQ JE & 82-0045 ?.1881 COUNTRY USSR SUBJECT Soviet Airplane Types 25X1A6a O. OF ENCLS. PLACE ACQUIRE TURA TO CIA LIBRARY (LISTED 13ELOWI DATE Uo SUPPLEMENT TO 25X1 X6 REPORT NO. Yakovlev design; a training plane; a~fme4a! + onstruction; crew of three; capable of transporting ten pa.ssenge .s3 grape aida.1 wingspan, about 17 m; taro bladed propellers; retractable i feel.,; - .xirium speed. 320 km per hova; cruising speed 270 km per hour. Yakovlev design; also a training plane; .?riz gspan 10.7 m; wing surface 17 square ;asters; two cockpi$rs one behind the other, the front one having the widest field of vision; independent controls and flying instruments in each seat; a radial engine M RS (sic) with a rnaximu. power of 3.60 k ; pneumatic starter; double-bladed. metal propeller 2.30 m in diameter(eio); landing gear partially retractable; design of Y 1?3 derived, directly from that of a fighter of the setae design; width of plane 8.1 m; flight load 1070 kilos; wing loading 63 kilograms per square '.'later; maxtnnin speed 256 km per hour; cruising speed 213 km per hour; range 900 km; landing speed 84 inn per hour. 3. L4 9.==AX Designed by i4ikhai.l Curevtch; two jet engines, coaxial, located in the rear pr. rt of the fuselage; two independent air intakes located in the nose; good forward visibility in the cockpit; trapezoidal lifting surface with a lateral ratio of 1,16.5; retractable landing gear; two heavy :aacaine s and one cannon of large caliber placed between the two air intakes; wingspan 12.8 m; length U 6 in; wing loading 25 kilograms per square :aster; :aa.xitun combat speed 960 km per hour. jet propelled; air intake in the nose; length of fuselage nin YAK Design based on the YAK 3 and the TAX 9, which were used. in the past erg CLASSIFIC NAVY ~tSRB ARMY CJMN@E D CLAS3^IFJED N . A NGE in Class. -Document No. Da 1 0 MAY 1978 By: Aul_:F' o~ase 1999/09/08: CIA-R1 00457R002 1N FOR "r1O wr 25X1 A2g TS S DATE DISTR. 30 November 19" NO. OF PAGES Approved For R spread ten asters; lads gear pertiallg retractable (into the wings); poor landing visibility; ant in the nose - two heavy machine g+nns and one automatic cennoa; this model evidently designed for civilian apd mill- try ass. Designed r art$m Is Miksnyaa; One jet engine; the most recently constructed type in the US MI the part in front of the cockpit has as oval cross-section; engine is in the middle eectton a little in front of the wing Attach nt; jet engine probably of the centrifugal compressor type in view of fact that dimensions of the nose are relatively large; engine probably derived from tinglieh proto/ype; air Intake in lower part of nose; cockpit extremely far forward; should have good visibility; rear section of fuselage extremely light; its cross section also oral; rudder is triangular in slaps; elevators are placed high; wing surface greatly reduced. with the addition of landing surface to be used at low speedy (sic); the Most recent and fastest type; no more details known. 6. Z 'Sig, speed experimental plans; designed end built by the Germans in Germany between 1944 and 1945. but never used ray them; engine, when constructed in the USSd, was designed in two wsays, a) with two air intakes in the flanks of the fuselage, b) with one, air intake in the nose; engine pl&oedin the body of the plans behind the cockpit; cockpit in line with the wing attachment; cockpit covered with plastic canoes, very low, and probably equipped. with a compressor; this type being used in efforts to achieve supersonic speeds; no other details available. i A light bomber; two jet engines located in the central body below the wing surface; axial engines derived from the Jumo 004/1+ (Junkers); dimensions of body such as to indicate possibility of addition of supplementary jets; bombardier's position in nose of fuselage; defense poets towards the rear; crew of four or five; wings form a pronounced V; instruments of a conventional type. 8. Heavy bomber; four axial jet engines placed below the wing surface; engines placed at a good distance from the central body. with the advantage of stability, but sanrifieing equilibrium if one of the engines ceases to function; cockpit in nose of plans, supplied with compressed air; side landing gear retractable into the wings; central landing gear is placed sideways in the central body; this model in general a perfect cow of one of-the most recent American types, which one is not known. ., 3 9. IMMIX Derived from the 7-84 (Thunderjet) of the US Air force; speed reported to be 1050 km; one report indicates single axial engine based on I'-84 engine; second report indicates use of Seas. turbo-jet system. R Approved For Re19 9i OMM457R002100190001-1 Approv T-bi r Release 1?M` /b'V/b`8 : CIA-RD lbo45?TROO2100'?666'1'F1~ E D CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY INTELLIGENCE INFORMATION REPORT GRADING SHEET 25X1A2g1 OFFICE OF ORIGIN REPORT N0. DATE OF REPORT 30 ITOT 1948 Check in the appropriate boxes below an. estimate of the quality of this report VALUE EVALUATION OF CONTENT A OF CONSIDERABLE VALUE I CONFIRMED BY OTHER SOURCES B OF VALUE 2 PROBABLY TRUE C OF SLIGHT VALUE ONLY X 3 POSSIBLY TRUE D OF NO VALUE 4 DOUBTFUL E ALREADY SUFFICIENTLY KNOWN 5 PROBABLY FALSE F NO DATA PERMITTING ASSESSMENT 6 CANNOT BE JUDGED COMMENTS This terial would. be of great valae except for the fact that .t bas been reported, from other sources, 25X1A9a December 2l$ 1948 -Xww~ DATE scienigific BRANCH Apprgy EFor ReIeasgoj99?VR,9fQP : CIA-RDA Q ROO21001 Q FORM NO. 70-10 NOV 1947